DEPARTMENT OF UG-COMMERCE


AIDED COURSES


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

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

  T.Y.BCom.(SEM- V / VI)
1 Financial Accounting
2 Cost Accounting
3 Commerce (Marketing and Human Resource Management)
4 Business Economics
5 Computer System and Applications
6 Direct & Indirect Taxation (Further clarification awaited from University)
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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) 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.M.S:
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)
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
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)
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