DEPARTMENT OF UG-COMMERCE


AIDED COURSES


   F.Y.BCom.(SEM-I / II)
Foundation Course – I
Business Communication
Environmental Studies
Business Eco. – I
Accounting & Financial Management – I
Mathematical & Statistical Techniques (Lower Level)
Commerce (Introduction to Business & Service Sector)

  S.Y.BCom.(SEM- III / IV)
Foundation Course - II
Business Law
Business Economics – II
Accounting & Financial Management – II
Applied Component (Advertising)
Management Accounting
Commerce (Management, Production & Finance)

  T.Y.BCom.(SEM- V / VI)
Financial Accounting
Cost Accounting
Commerce (Marketing and Human Resource Management)
Business Economics
Computer System and Applications
Direct & Indirect Taxation (Further clarification awaited from University)

UNAIDED COURSES


Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance):

Eligibility:

Candidate should have passed XII standard examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% Marks in aggregate in case of open category students and not less than 40% in aggregate in case of reserved category students in first attempt.


   F.Y. B.Com. (A&F)
:
SEMESTER – I SEMESTER - II
1) Financial Accounting – Elements of Financial Accounting – Paper I 1)Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – II
2)Cost Accounting – Introduction and Element of Cost – Paper I 2)Auditing (Introduction and Planning) – I
3)Economics – Micro Economics – Paper I 3)Taxation – I (Indirect Taxes I)
4)Commerce – Business Environment – Paper I 4)Business Communication – II
5)Commerce – Business Environment – Paper I 5)Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) – I
6)Business Communication – I 6)Business Mathematics
7)Foundation Course – I 7)Foundation Course – II

   S.Y. B.Com. (A&F):
SEMESTER – III SEMESTER - IV
1) Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – III 1)Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – IV
2)Cost Accounting – (Methods of Costing) - II 2)Management Accounting (Introduction to Management Accounting) –I
3)Taxation – II (Direct Taxes Paper – II) 3)Taxation – III (Direct Taxes Paper – II)
4)Business Economics – II 4)Research Methodology in Accounting and Finance
5)Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) – II 5)Business Law (Company Law) – III
6)Foundation Course (Financial Market Operations) – II 6)Information Technology in accountancy-II
7)Information Technology in Accountancy – I 7)Foundation Course-II (FMO)

   T.Y. B.Com. (A&F):
SEMESTER-V SEMESTER-VI
1) Financial Accounting – V 1)Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – VII
2)Financial Accounting - VI 2)Project Work
3)Cost Accounting - III 3)Cost Accounting - IV
4)Financial Management - II 4)Financial Management - III
5)Taxation – IV (Indirect Taxes – II) 5)Taxation – V (Indirect Taxes – III)
6)Management – II (Management Applications) 6)Economics – III (Indian Economy)
7)Information Technology in Accountancy – I 7)Foundation Course-II (FMO)

2.Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

Eligibility:

Students from Arts, Science and Commerce streams and diploma in Engineering are eligible to enroll for this course.

SEMESTER – I SEMESTER - II
1) Introduction to Financial Accounts 1)Principles of Marketing
2)Business Law 2)Industrial Law
3)Business Statistics 3)Business Mathematics
4)Business Communication – I 4)Business Communication – II
5)Foundation Course – I 5)Foundation Course– Value Education and Soft Skill – II
6)Foundation of Human Skills 6)Business Environment
7)Business Economics – I 7)Principles of Management

   S.Y.B.M.S:
SEMESTER – III SEMESTER - IV
Compulsory subjects:
1) Information Technology in Business Management – I
Compulsory subjects:
1)Information Technology in Business Management – II
2)Foundation Course (Environmental Management ) - III 2)Foundation Course (Ethics & Governance) – IV
3)Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management 3)Business Research Methods
4)Accounting for Managerial Decisions 4)Business Economics – II
5)Strategic Management 5)Production & Total Quality Management
Any one Elective Group to be selected by the learner
Group – A: Finance Group – Electives
6) Equity And Debt Market 6)Auditing
7)Corporate Finance 7)Financial Institutions & Markets )
Group – B: Marketing Group – Electives
6)Consumer Behavior 6)Tourism Marketing
7)Advertising 7)Rural Marketing
Group C: Human Resource– Electives
6)Recruitment & Selection 6)Training & Development in HRM
7)Motivation and Leadership 7)Change Management

   T.Y.B.M.S:
SEMESTER - V SEMESTER – VI
Compulsory subjects:
1) Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Compulsory subjects:
1)Operation Research
2)Corporate Communication and Public Relations 2)Project Work
Any one Elective Group to be selected by the learner
Group – A: Finance Group – Electives
3) Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management 3) International Finance
4)Commodity and Derivatives Market 4)Innovative Financial Services )
5) Financial Accounting 5)Project Management )
6) Direct Tax 6) Indirect Tax )
Group – B: Marketing Group – Electives
3) Services Marketing 3) Brand Management
4)E-Commerce and Digital Marketing 4)Retail Management )
5) Sales and Distribution Management 5)International Marketing )
6)Customer Relationship Management 6)Media Planning and Management )
Group C: Human Resource– Electives
3) Finance for HR Professionals and Compensation Management 3) Organizational Development
4) Strategic Human Resource Management and HR Policies 4)HRM in Service Sector Management )
5)Performance Management and Career Planning 5)Workforce Diversity )
6) Industrial Relations 6) Indian Ethos in Management )
Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) :

Eligibility:

Candidate should have passed XII standard examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% Marks in aggregate in case of open category students and not less than 40% in aggregate in case of reserved category students at one and the same sitting.

    F.Y.B.Com. (B&I):
SEMESTER – I SEMESTER - II
1) Environment and Management of Financial Services 1)Principles and Practices of Banking and Insurance
2)Principle of Management 2)Business Law
3)Financial Accounting - I 3)Financial Accounting - II
4)Business Communication - I 4)Business Communication – II
5)Business Economics - I 5)Organisational Behaviour
6)Quantitative Methods – I 6)Quantitative Methods - II
7)Foundation Course – I 7)Foundation Course – II

    S.Y.B.Com. (B&I):
SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV
1) Foundation Course – III 1)Corporate & Securities Law
2)Financial Markets 2)Business Economics-II
3)Direct Taxation 3)Foundation Course – IV
4)Information Technology in Banking & Insurance- I 4)Information Technology in Banking & Insurance- II
5)Financial Management –I 5)Financial Management –II
6)Organizational Behaviour 6)Customer Relationship Management
7)Management Accounting 7)Cost Accounting

   T.Y.B.Com. (B&I)
SEMESTER V SEMESTER VI
1)Financial Reporting and Analysis (Corporate Banking and Insurance) 1)Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
2)Auditing - I 2)Auditing - II
3)Strategic Management 3)Human Resource Management
4)Financial Services Management 4)Marketing in Banking and Insurance
5)International Banking & Finance 5)Central Banking
6)Research Methodology 6)Project work in Banking & Insurance