Syllabus for B.Com.
Syllabus for B.Com.
Course Details
Eligibility Criteria

12th passed in Commerce, Science or Vocational stream.

Intake

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Duration

The duration of the course shall be Full time three academic years (i.e. 6 semesters).

Evaluation Scheme
  • The credits allotted for each semester are as follows (w.e.f. AY 2017-18)::
    Semester 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total
    Credits 22 22 26 26 26 26 146
  • The academic performance evaluation of a student is according to a letter grading system based on Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) and Semester End Examinations (SEE).
  • Based on the performance in Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) and Semester End Examination (SEE) the grade in form of double alphabet (Letter Grade i.e. O,A+,A,B+,B,C and F)) is awarded to a student in a course. A student should secure minimum of 40% together in CIE and SEE (i.e. CIE + SEE) in each course of Theory and Practical, including Project viva, if any.
  • The distribution of weightage among different parameters of CIE is as follows:
    Parameter Frequency Weightage (in each course)
    Internal Test Two 37.5%
    Unit test/Quiz Two 25%
    Practical Assignment and Presentation Two-Three 25%
    Skill Development Activities / Subject Specific criteria One 12.5%
  • The student should have at least 80% attendance during the semester in order to become eligible to appear in the SEE.
  • SEE would be of 3 hours for theory and 2 hours for practical.
  • The question paper format for a course for SEE is as follows:
    For semester I to IV
    Section- I - 30 marks
    Question 1: a) answer the following (2 out of 3) [Each of 2 mark]
    b) Theory Questions (1 out of 2 )[6 marks]
    04 marks
    06 marks
    Question 2: a) answer the following (2 out of 3) [Each of 2 mark]
    b) Practical/Case study/Scenario based Problem (1) [10 marks]
    04 marks
    06 marks
    Question 3: a) answer the following (2 out of 3) [Each of 2 mark]
    b) Theory Questions (1 out of 2 )[6 marks]
    04 marks
    06 marks
    Section: II - 30 marks
    Question 4: a) answer the following (2 out of 3) [Each of 2 mark]
    b) Theory Questions (1 out of 2 )[6 marks]
    04 marks
    06 marks
    Question 5: a) answer the following (2 out of 3) [Each of 2 mark]
    b) Practical/Case study/Scenario based Problem (1) [10 marks]
    04 marks
    06 marks
    Question 6: a) answer the following (2 out of 3) [Each of 2 mark]
    b) Theory Questions (1 out of 2 )[6 marks]
    04 marks
    06 marks
    For semester V and VI
    Section- I - 30 marks
    Question 1: a) Theory Questions (1 out of 2 )[10 marks] 10 marks
    Question 2: b) Practical/Case study/Scenario based Problem (1) [10 marks] 10 marks
    Question 3: a) Theory Questions (1 out of 2 )[10 marks] 10 marks
    Section- II - 30 marks
    Question 4: a) Theory Questions (1 out of 2 )[10 marks] 10 marks
    Question 5: b) Practical/Case study/Scenario based Problem (1) [10 marks] 10 marks
    Question 6: a) Theory Questions (1 out of 2 )[10 marks] 10 marks
  • The letter grade awarded to a student in a course shall be based on CIE and SEE. The letter grades AA, AB, AC, BB, BC, CC, FF indicate level of academic achievement assessed on a 10 point scale. It is as follows:
    Percentage Letter Grade Grade Point
    85 - 100 O (Outstanding) 10
    75 - 84.99 A+ (Excellent) 9
    65 - 74.99 A (Very Good) 8
    55 - 64.99 B+ (Good) 7
    50 - 54.99 B (Above Average) 6
    45 - 49.99 C (Average) 5
    Below 40% F (DROPPED) 0
  • The overall performance of a student will be indicated by two indices:
    SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average) and CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average).
    SGPA is calculated on the basis of course credit and grade point of all courses in that semester. CGPA is cumulative in nature.
Curriculum   Syllabus
SEMESTER - 1
2018 - 19
Sr.No Subjects Teaching Scheme (Hours) Theory (Marks) Practical (Marks) Total (Marks)
Theory Practical/
Project
Credit CIE SEE CIE SEE
Theory Practical
1 030310101 C1: Principles of Accounting 6 - 6 - 40 60 - - 100
2 030310102 C2: Business Mathematics 6 - 6 - 40 60 - - 100
3 030310103 GE-1: Micro Economics 6 - 6 - 40 60 - - 100
4 030310104 GE-2: Business and Commercial Knowledge 4 - 4 - 40 60 - - 100
5 030310105 AECC1-Environment Studies 2 - 2 - 40 60 - - 100
Total 24 0 24 0 200 300 0 0 500
SEMESTER - 2
2018 - 19
Sr.No Subjects Teaching Scheme (Hours) Theory (Marks) Practical (Marks) Total (Marks)
Theory Practical/
Project
Credit CIE SEE CIE SEE
Theory Practical
1 030310201 Management Accounting 6 - 6 - 40 60 - - 100
2 030310202 Principles of Management 6 - 6 - 40 60 - - 100
3 030310203 Business Statistics 6 - 6 - 40 60 - - 100
4 030310204 Professional Communication 2 - 2 - 40 60 - - 100
5 030310205 Computer Application for Publication 2 4 2 2 40 60 - - 100
6 030310206 Soft Skills 2 - 2 - 40 60 - - 100
Total 24 4 24 2 200 300 0 0 500
Fee Structure
1. Tuition Fee

15,000 Per Semester

2. Other Fee

3,250 Per Semester

(It includes Cultural Activities, Sports Activities, Internal Examination, Laboratory support, Books support, Student Welfare, Campus Development)

3. One Time Fee

6,150 At time of admission

(It includes College Deposit, Registration, and I-Card)

Programme Outcome (PO) & Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)
Programme Outcome (PO)
  • PO - I: Knowledge: Acquainting students with strong theoretical background of commerce along with its computer applications in real business world. Students will be able to use various IT tools or models in industry to manage business transactions.
  • PO - II: Core Competence: Students will develop professional skills in commerce through the utilization of innovative educational processes, in a modern, global and technological business environment for immediate employment and for life-long learning in advanced areas of commerce with computer applications and related fields.
  • PO - III: Leadership: Students will be able to demonstrate their leading role in the community, enabling him or her to take responsibilities and contribute to solving problems through innovative thinking, collective work, reflection, and self-development.
  • PO - IV: Problem Solving: Development of problem solving skills by effective team work, effective communication, critical thinking and solving real problems through the use of management knowledge.
  • PO - IV: Professionalism: Students will be provided with an educational foundation that prepares them for excellence with computer skills in the field of commerce along diverse career paths with encouragement to professional ethics and active participation needed for a successful career.
  • PO - V: Entrepreneurial Skills: Students will develop entrepreneurial skillsthrough participating in various corporate and expert sessions on recent trends in the field of commerce, club activities, soft skill sessions and management fest as well as cultural fest. Students will be provided platform to explain various business opportunities and challenges in a global business environment and approach with people in different scenario to develop their entrepreneurial skills.
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)
  • Students will able to understand the concepts of commerce and computer application operations.
  • Students willable to apply current techniques, skills and tools necessary for computing practices
  • Students will able to operate office atomization with computers & computer software applications.
  • Ability to design, implement domain knowledge for computer programming.
  • Students will enhance understanding of usefulness of information technology tools for business operations.
  • It enable students to understand process information by effective use of IT tools
  • Students will develop an understanding of various commerce functions such as finance, accounting, financial analysis, project evaluation, and cost accounting
  • The students will get basic knowledge about nature of various costs in running the business.
  • Understanding professional and ethical responsibility.
  • Students will acquire knowledge of cost accounting for manufacturing business.
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