At the UG Level
During the three-year program, most of the B Com students are made to study the following subjects:
Semester 1: Environmental and Management of Financial Services, Effective Communication, Principle of Management, Economics (Micro), Introduction to Computer Systems, and Quantitative Methods.
Semester 2: Principles and Practices of Banking and Insurance, Effective Communication, Financial Accounting, Economics (Macro), Business Law, and Quantitative Methods.
Semester 3: Laws Governing Banking and Insurance, Management Accounting, Financial Management, Customer Relationship, Organizational Behaviour, Information Technology in Banking and Insurance, and Taxation of Financial Services,
Semester 4: Universal Banking, Innovations in Banking and Insurance, Financial Management, Entrepreneurship Management, Corporate Law and Laws Governing Capital Markets, Financial Markets, and Cost Accounting of Banking and Insurance,
Semester 5: Marketing in Banking and Insurance, International Banking and Finance, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Financial Services Management, Financial Reporting, and Analysis and Auditing,
Semester 6: Strategic Management, International Business, Business Ethics and Corporate Governance, Central Banking, Human Resource Management in Banking and Insurance, Turnaround Management, and Project (Banking and Insurance).
Also, students pursuing B Com (Banking and Finance) study the following subjects:
Semester 1: Financial Accounting, Business Organization and Management, Micro Economics, Business Mathematics, Communicative English, and Human Values and Professional Ethics.
Semester 2: Advanced Accounting, Mercantile Law, Macro Economics, Business Statistics, Business Communication, and Workshop on IT and E-Commerce.
Semester 3: Corporate Accounting, Company Law, Money, Banking and International Trade, Operation Research, Human Resource Management, and Indian Economic Problems.
Semester 4: Corporate Accounting, Indirect Tax Laws, Cost Accounting, Business Finance, Management of Financial Services, and Seminar on Current Business Affairs
Semester 5: Cost Accounting, Income Tax, Marketing Management, Management Accounting, Tally, and Summer Training Report,
Semester 6: Income Tax, Industrial relations and Labour Laws, Financial Management, Environmental Science, and Entrepreneurship Development.
At the PG Level
Syllabus: During the two-year program, most of the students pursuing M Com are made to study the following subjects:
Semester 1: Business Statistics, Managerial Economics, Managerial Accounting, Financial Planning, and Organizational Theory and Behaviour.
Semester 2: Quantitative Techniques for Business, Financial Management and Policy, Marketing Management, Legal Aspects of Business, and International Business.
Semester 3: Global Strategic Management, and Entrepreneurship
Semester 4: Corporate Governance, Ethics and Social Responsibility of Business, and Business Research
Also, students pursuing M Com (Accounting and Finance) study the following subjects:
First year: Investment and Portfolio Management, Managerial Finance, Costing Methods, Financial Accounting, and Management of Financial Services,
Second year: Accounting Theory and Standards, Project Management, Accounting for Business Decisions, Advanced Corporate Accounting, and Cost Control Techniques.