Gujarati Linguistic Minority Institution

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (B.Com.)

Nearly every business transaction is a form of commerce: purchasing food at a restaurant, buying stocks on the stock market, selling goods in a store, drilling for oil, etc. Commerce is the fundamental action that takes place in every transaction involving money and/or trade. It is the basic component of the business and financial world.

The three year program is designed to provide students with a wide range of managerial skill and understanding in streams like accounting and management. After completing B.Com, the student can avail exciting and diverse post graduate opportunities like M.Com, MBA, Law, CA, ICWA and many more.

Total Number of Seats

960

Eligibility:

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the three year degree course leading to the Bachelor of Commerce must have passed the H.S.C. (Std. XII) examination conducted by the different Divisional Boards of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.

OR

Must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (Std. XII) examination with vocational subjects / minimum competency based vocational course conducted by the different Divisional Boards of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.

OR

Must have passed and examination of another University or Body recognized as equivalent to Higher Secondary School Certificate (Std. XII) Examination.

Class

No.

Semester I

Semester II

F.Y.B.Com.

1

Business Economics I

Business Economics II

2

Accountancy and Financial Management I

Accountancy and Financial Management II

3

Commerce I

Commerce II

4

Environmental Studies I

Environmental Studies II

5

Mathematics and Statistical Techniques I

Mathematics and Statistical Techniques II

6

Foundation Course I

Foundation Course II

7

Business Communication I

Business Communication II

Class

No.

Semester III

Semester IV

S.Y.B.Com.

1

Accountancy and Financial Management III

Accountancy and Financial Management IV

2

2(a). Financial Accounting and Auditing V

– Introduction to Management Accounting

2(a). Financial Accounting and Auditing VI

– Auditing

3

Commerce –III

Commerce –IV

4

Business Economics –III

Business Economics –IV

5

Foundation Course – Contemporary Issues –

III

Foundation Course- Contemporary Issues –

IV

6

Business Law – I

Business Law – II

7

Optional Subjects: Advertising I

Optional Subjects: Advertising II

Class

No.

Semester V

Semester VI

T.Y.B.Com.

 

Special Group Subjects (Paper I and 2)

Special Group Subjects (Paper I and 2)

 

Choose any one group

Choose any one group

 

Group I: Financial Accountancy and

Management

Group I: Financial Accountancy and

Management

1

Financial Accountancy and Auditing-

Paper VII: Financial Accounting

Financial Accountancy and Auditing-

Paper IX: Financial Accounting

2

Financial Accountancy and Auditing-

Paper VIII: Cost Accounting

Financial Accountancy and Auditing-

Paper X: Cost Accounting

 

Group II Business Management.

Group II Business Management.

1

Business Management I- Management and

Organisational Development

Business Management III- Management

and Organisational Development

2

Business Management II- Financial

Management

Business Management IV- Financial

Management

[B]

Compulsory Subjects

Compulsory Subjects

3

Business Economics V

Business Economics VI

4

Commerce V

Commerce VI

[C]

Optional Subjects

Optional Subjects

5

6

Papers 5 & 6

(Choose any two of the following)

Papers 5 & 6

(Choose any two of the following)

1

Computer Systems and Applications

Computer Systems and Applications

2

Direct and Indirect Taxes I

Direct and Indirect Taxes II

3

Export Marketing I

Export Marketing II