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B.Com.

Course Duration

6 Semesters
(3 Years)

Eligibility Criteria

Pass in PUC/10+2 with a minimum of 50% marks from any State / Central recognized Education Board or any other qualification recognized as equivalent there to.

Overview

The Bachelor of Commerce (Industry Integrated) programme enables students to acquire knowledge and skills required by the industry and business sector. It also equips students with knowledge of computers and various accounting, quantitative and analytical tools used in decision making. The curriculum followed is contemporary in nature and emphasises issues related to current relevance. Students are offered a wide range of electives like Accounting, Taxation, Finance, Banking and Insurance. The programme in addition to the degree offers various compulsory certification programmes to enhance the knowledge sphere programme of the students. The programme provides holistic education to empower and enable students to take up responsible positions in industries/business firms and other sectors. It provides knowledge about the principles of auditing and its applications. It also gives exposure and a strong foundation to accounting tools like Tally. Further, the programme also has internship training and practical exposure through live projects. Students also gain hands-on experience through their exposure to Business Lab and improve their communication skills through the language lab.

Course Curriculum

01Communicative English (Skill)

02Language – II: Kannada (Skill)

03Language – II: Hindi (Skill)

04Language – II: Additional English (Skill)

05Financial Accounting(Employability)

06Indian Economy(Employability)

07Management of Banks(Employability)

08Business Organisation and Management(Employability)

09Indian Constitution & Human Rights(Skill)

10Skill Development Course(Skill/ Employability)

01Language – II: Kannada -II (Skill)

02Language – II: Hindia –II (Skill)

03Language – II: Additional English -II (Skill)

04Business Communication (Skill)

05Advanced Financial Accounting (Employability)

06Business Statistics – I (Employability)

07Human Resources Management (Employability)

08Indian Financial System (Employability)

09Environmental Science (Employability)

10Skill Development Course (Skill/ Employability)

11Tree Plantation (Employability)

01Language: Kannada –III (Skill)

02Language: Hindi –III (Skill)

03Language: Additional English –III (Skill)

04Corporate Accounting (Employability)

05Cost Accounting (Employability)

06Financial Management (Employability)

07Business Statistics – II (Employability)

08Marketing Management (Employability)

09Open Elective –Principles of Insurance (Employability)

10Skill Development Course (Skill/ Employability)

01Language: Kannada –IV (Skill)

02Language: Hindi –IV (Skill)

03Language: Additional English –IV (Skill)

04Advanced Corporate Accounting (Employability)

05Costing Methods (Employability)

06Business Research Methodology (Employability)

07Stock & Commodity Markets (Employability)

08Skill Development Course (Skill/ Employability)

Specializations (Soft Core Courses(SC))

Choose any One of the following specialization

I. Specialization: Accounting

  • Advanced Accounting(Employability)
  • Goods and Services Tax(Skill/ Employability)

II. Specialization: Finance

  • Corporate Financial Policy(Employability)
  • International Finance(Employability)

III. Specialization: Banking

  • Banking Theory and Practices(Employability)
  • International Banking and Forex Management(Employability)

IV. Specialization: International Business

  • International Business Environment(Employability)
  • Forex Management(Employability)

01Taxation Law & practice-I(Employability)

02Management Accounting(Employability)

03Principles & Practices of Auditing(Employability)

04Skill Development Course(Skill/ Employability)

Specializations ( Soft Core Courses(SC))

Choose any ONE of the following specialization

I. Specialization: Accounting

  • Financial Reporting and Analysis(Skill/ Employability)
  • International Financial Reporting Standards(Skill/ Employability)

II. Specialization: Finance

  • Advanced Financial Management(Employability)
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management(Skill/ Employability)

III. Specialization: Banking

  • Laws Related to Banking(Employability)
  • Customer Relationship Management in Banking.(Employability)

IV. Specialization: International Business

  • Impex Procedure and Documentation(Employability)
  • International Financial Institutions and Markets.(Employability)

01Taxation Law & practice-II(Employability)

02Entrepreneurship Development( Entrepreneurship / Innovation)

03Major Project (Based on Specialisation)(Employability)

Or

04Taxation Law & practice-II(Employability)

05Entrepreneurship Development( Entrepreneurship / Innovation)

06Business Regulations(Employability)

07Service Management(Employability)

08Corporate Risk Management(Employability)

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO-1

Graduates after successful completion of the programme will be able to take up careers in public, private and corporate organizations.

PEO-2

Graduates after completion of the programme will be able to work with diverse teams and are expected to take better decisions in complex situations.

PEO-3

Graduates will be able to incorporate social, ethical and moral principles in their professional and personal careers.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

The School of Commerce was established in the year 2014 and since then the School has defined programme outcomes for the courses offered during the Board of Studies meeting. Based on the advice and suggestions of the BOS, eight programme outcomes have been formulated, keeping in view the vision, mission and programme educational objectives.

PO 1

Apply knowledge of theory and practices to solve business problems.

PO 2

Foster analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making.

PO 3

Ability to develop value-based leadership ability.

PO 4

Ability to understand, analyse and communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of the business.

PO 5

Gain knowledge through inter-disciplinary and multidisciplinary courses.

PO 6

Engage in research and apply statistical tools and techniques for problem-solving and decision making.

PO 7

Enhance skills required for a particular domain by integrating practical and theoretical knowledge.

PO 8

Communicate effectively with various stakeholders.

Programme Specific Outcomes

After successful completion of the programme, the graduates shall be able to

  • PSO1 - Demonstrate understanding of the basic concepts and theoretical knowledge used in the different commerce and business-related areas.
  • PSO2 - Apply different tools and techniques in solving problems related to Business
  • PSO3 - Develop ideas for start-ups through knowledge and skills developed during the course of the degrees

Career Opportunities

Commerce graduates can explore a variety of career opportunities both in the public and private sectors. They have a lot of job opportunities in the banking and financial sectors, hotel management, marketing, administration, and so on. In the recent past, many job positions have opened up for commerce graduates. Some of the major industries that have a large number of positions for commerce graduates include Automobile Industry, Banking & Insurance Industry, Consumer Durables Industry, FMCG Industry, Hospitality Industry, Media Industry, Retail Industry, Telecom Industry etc. Major IT companies like Accenture, IBM, TCS, WIPRO, DELL, HP, Convergys, and so on are constantly in need of commerce graduates for their accounting processes. Commerce graduates also find job opportunities in various Government Departments such as Railways, and Defence (Army, Navy and Air Force).

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