For undergraduate banking courses, the syllabus usually comprises of the topics/subjects mentioned below:
- Banking Theory and Practice
- Corporate Law
- Counter Operations
- Savings Bank
- Current Account and Remittances
- Income Tax
- International Banking
- Merchant Banking and Financial Services
- Business Laws
- Business Communication Skills
- Research Methodology
- Quantitative Techniques
For postgraduate diploma and certificate banking courses, the common areas of study include:
- Financial Accounting
- Economics Quantitative Techniques
- Commercial and Banking Laws
- Marketing of Banking Services
- Bank Management
- International Banking
- Project Planning
- Investment Management
- Indian Financial System
Apart from the above-mentioned subjects in banking courses, there are certain colleges offering different course structure. The syllabus for M.Com in the University of Delhi comprises of Organization Theory and Behavior, Statistical Analysis, Economic Analysis, Financial Management and Policy, Managerial Accounting, Business Environment, Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions, Marketing Management, Strategic Management, Accounting Theory and Practice, International Business and Human Resource Management.
Furthermore, Symbiosis College of Arts & Commerce offers additional subjects such as Advanced Accounting and Taxation, Advanced Production and Operation Management, Financial Analysis & Control, New Research Methodology for Business, Advanced Studies in Business Tax Assessment and Planning, New Financial Policies & Practices, Industrial Economics, Capital Market and Financial Services, Global Economic Environment, Recent Advance in Accounting, and Taxation and Auditing.
Indian Institute of Banking & Finance offers an Advanced Diploma in Urban Co-Operative Banking for students who wish to enrol in banking courses, and build professional competence and enhance decision-making skills in urban co-operative banks. The syllabus for the course comprises of Principles & Law of Co-operative Banking, Co-operative Banking Operations, and Technology, Risk Management & Regulation of Co-operative Banks.
If you wish to do Master in Banking, Finance and Insurance Eligibility, the subjects you will get to study include Indian Financial System, Indian Banking System, Communication Skills for Managers, Principles of Insurance, Economics for Business Decisions, Management and Behavioral Process, Data Analysis and Reporting, Technology in Banking, Investment Management, Treasury and Risk Management, Actuarial Science, Risk Management and Reinsurance, Project Planning, Analysis and Finance, Management of Life and Non-life Insurance, Implant Training and Project Report, Services and Customer Relationship Marketing and Life Skills.
Apart from the above-mentioned contents of banking courses, there are certain colleges having different course structure. The syllabus for B. Com in the University of Delhi includes Business Organization and Management, Financial Accounting, Principles of Micro Economics, Business and Industrial Laws, Corporate Accounting, Macro Economics, Business Mathematics & Statistics, Company and Compensation Laws, Economics Development & Policy in India, Cost Accounting, Economic Regulations of Domestic and Foreign Exchange Markets, Business Communication or Vyapaar Sanchar, Financial Management, Computer Applications in Business, Corporate Governance, Business Ethics & CSR, Industrial Economics, Marketing Management, Business Environment, Human Resource Management and International Trade.
Furthermore, the Symbiosis College of Arts & Commerce offers additional subjects such as Entrepreneurship, Mercantile Law and Business Technology Association (BTA).
The syllabus for BBA in the University of Pune comprises of many of the above-mentioned subjects in addition to Business Demography & (106) Environmental Studies, I.T. in Management, Supply & Chain logistics, Business Ethics and Research Methodology. If you apply for the same course in Kanpur University, you’ll also get to study Indian Economy, Indian Banking System, Advertising Management, Consumer Behavior, Sales Management, Fundamentals of Computers, Small Business Management and Environmental Science.