Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)

Senior College (Graduation Course)

OVERALL COURSE DETAILS

Semester I & II

DETAILS:
Bachelor of commerce is a three years integrated full time regular program, divided into six semesters with two semesters in each academic year. The Bachelor of Commerce degree is designed to provide a student with a wide range of managerial skills while at the same time, builds competence in a particular area of business studies.  In addition to their major, students are exposed to general business principles, taking courses in accounting, finance, business management, human resources, statistics, marketing, economics, information systems.

Eligibility For Semester I

The candidate seeking admission to first year class of three years degree program of bachelor in commerce must have passed:
The Higher Secondary School Certificate (Std-12th) examination conducted by any divisional board of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education

OR

The candidate seeking admission to first year class of three years degree program of bachelor in commerce must have passed:
The Higher Secondary School Certificate (Std- 12th) examination with vocational subjects / minimum competency based on vocational courses conducted by the different divisional board of secondary and higher secondary education.

OR

The candidate seeking admission to first year class of three years degree program of bachelor in commerce must have passed:
An examination of any other Board or University or a body recognized as equivalent to higher secondary school certificate (Std-12th) examination.

Eligibility For Semester II

A learner is eligible to be admitted to Semester II irrespective of number of heads of failure in the Semester I.

Semester-I Course Details

Core Courses (click to expand)

1.1.1 Accountancy and Financial Management – I
1.1.2 Commerce-I (Business Development)
1.1.3 Business Economic –I

Allied Courses (click to expand)

1.1.4 Business Economic –I
1.1.5 Environmental Studies – I
1.1.6 Mathematical and Statistical Techniques – I

Foundation Course ( Interdisciplinary)

1.1.7 Foundation Course – I

Semester-II Course Details

Core Courses (click to expand)

1.2.1 Accountancy and Financial Management – II
1.2.2 Commerce-II (Business Development)
1.2.3 Business Economic –II

Allied Courses (click to expand)

1.2.4 Business Communication – II
1.2.5 Environmental Studies – II
1.2.6 Mathematical and Statistical Techniques – II

Foundation Course ( Interdisciplinary)

1.2.7 Foundation Course – II

Semester III & IV

Eligibility For Semester III

A learner being eligible for the admission to the Semester III if – he / she passes each of courses of Semester I and Semester II Examinations.

OR

A learner being eligible for the admission to the Semester III if – he / she failed in not more than four courses of Semester I and Semester II Examinations taken together, with not more than two courses at each of Semester I and Semester II Examinations.

Eligibility For Semester IV

A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester IV irrespective of number of courses of failure in Semester III.

Semester-III Course Details

Core Courses (click to expand)

2.3.1 Accountancy and Financial Management-III
2.3.2 Commerce-III (Management and Finance)
2.3.3. Business Economics-III

Allied Courses (click to expand)

2.3.4 Business Law-I

Foundation Course ( Interdisciplinary)

2.3.5 Foundation Course – III

Semester-IV Course Details

Core Courses (click to expand)

2.4.1 Accountancy and Financial Management-I
2.4.2 Commerce-IV (Management and Finance)
2.4.3. Business Economics-IV

Allied Courses (click to expand)

2.4.4 Business Law-IV

Foundation Course ( Interdisciplinary)

2.4.6 Foundation Course – IV

Semester V & VI

Eligibility For Semester V

A learner being eligible for the admission to the Semester V must have – Passed in all the courses of Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV Examinations.

OR

A learner being eligible for the admission to the Semester V must have -Passed Semester I and Semester II Examinations but failed in not more than four courses at Semester III and Semester IV Examinations taken together, with not more than two courses at each of Semester III and Semester IV Examinations.

OR

A learner being eligible for the admission to the Semester V must have -Passed Semester III and Semester IV Examinations but failed in not more than four courses at Semester I and Semester II Examinations taken together, with not more than two courses at each of Semester I and Semester II Examinations.

Eligibility For Semester VI

A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester VI irrespective of number of courses of failure in Semester V.
Please Note: The result of Semester VI shall be kept in abeyance until the learner passes each of courses of Semester I, Semester II, Semester III, Semester IV and Semester V.

Semester-V Course Details

Compulsory Courses (click to expand)

3.5.1 Business Economics
3.5.2 Commerce (Marketing and Human Resource Management)

Special Courses (click to expand)

3.5.3 Financial Accounting and Auditing: Financial Accounting
3.5.4 Financial Accounting and Auditing: Cost Accounting -Introduction and Basic Concepts
3.5.5 Financial Accounting and Auditing: Related Applied Component – Introduction to Management Accounting

Applied Component Courses (Any One)

3.5.6 Computer Systems and Applications
3.5.7 Direct and Indirect Taxes (Direct Tax)

OR
3.5.6 Export Marketing
3.5.7 Direct and Indirect Taxes (Direct Tax)

OR
3.5.6 Marketing Research
3.5.7 Direct and Indirect Taxes (Direct Tax)

Semester-VI Course Details

Compulsory Courses (click to expand)

3.6.1 Business Economics
3.6.2 Commerce (Marketing and Human Resource Management)

Special Courses (click to expand)

3.5.3 Financial Accounting and Auditing: Financial Accounting
3.5.4 Financial Accounting and Auditing: Cost Accounting -Introduction and Basic Concepts
3.5.5 Financial Accounting and Auditing: Related Applied Component – Introduction to Management Accounting

Applied Component Courses (Any One)

3.5.6 Computer Systems and Applications
3.5.7 Direct and Indirect Taxes (Direct Tax)

OR
3.5.6 Export Marketing
3.5.7 Direct and Indirect Taxes (Direct Tax)

OR
3.5.6 Marketing Research
3.5.7 Direct and Indirect Taxes (Direct Tax)