Programme Outcome /Course Outcome

Programme outcome/programme specific outcome

Bachelor of Accounting and Finance or BAF is an undergraduate program for studies in the subject of Accounting and Finance. This course allows students to obtain knowledge and skills required to manage and handle various accounting and financial management activities across various forms of organization. This course covers the core areas of accounting and financial management. Apart from this the course also emphasizes on subjects like Business Law, Business Mathematics, Research in the area of accounting and Finance, Economics, human values, auditing, taxation etc. to make the course more holistic in approach. The main objective of this course is to provide deeper understanding of accounting and financial management with the help of updated and latest reference material and to be taught with practical orientation to make the students ready to make a mark in the industry. The Accounting and Finance program provides a solid foundation in the various fields of accounting such as financial accounting, cost accounting, management accounting and in the field of financial management. Further the course focusses on the preparation, presentation analysis, compliance, taxation and the accounting framework applicable to the entities, to make the students well versed in the field of financial accounting. Along with that the course also focusses on developing the analytical angle of the students which helps the students to dissect the financial statements, interpret and analyze them for the purpose of taking decisions. The new curriculum of Bachelor of Accounting and Finance offer students’ core papers that help build their foundation in the area of accounting and financial management. The choice of electives and skill enhancement courses enable students to pursue an area of their interest in the field of accounting and financial management. The contents of each course have been carefully designed to prepare students with knowledge and skill sets that will not only make them industry ready but also foster entrepreneurial and innovative thinking. To comply with the education policy of Government of India, the syllabus includes Online Courses (OLC), which is available on NPTEL or SWAYAM portals under MOOCS programme being developed by MHRD. The online courses would inculcate the habit of self-study at their own pace by the students and also acclimatize them to future technologies of learning processes

Course Outcomes

Financial Accounting I- UC-FAF-101

Students will revisit and strengthen fundamental accounting principles and processes, learn relevant accounting standards, accounting treatment for depreciation and other special transactions culminating in the preparation of financial statements of manufacturing concerns.

Cost Accounting I- UC-FAF-102

Understanding Costing Concepts and its usages. This helps ascertainment of cost, fixation of selling price, proper recording and presentation of cost data to management for measuring efficiency and for cost control and cost reduction, ascertaining the profit of each activity, assisting management in decision making

Macro Economics UC-FAF-103

Students will learn how the economy functions, how trade with the rest of the World affects the Country, different macro-economic models of different economists and how they apply to the real World and the role played by the Government and Central Banks in stabilizing the economy under different conditions

Information Technology - UC-FMS-104
  • The above objective will help student to be a professional when it comes to working with the backing sector and corporates.
  • There are well equipped with the hands-on skill for the Industry.
  • We are making them professional in a way that one can be qualified to be a Literate in the Field of Information technology
  • Student will gain basic knowledge of Software and hardware along with Microsoft office Skills
  • Today we want our students to be market oriented so we have e module to know more about cyber-crime and technology with regards to handle misuse of internet

  • Foundation Course - I (Indian Society and State)- UC-FAF-105
  • Enhanced understanding of current challenges and issues of Indian society.
  • A sensitized approach towards social problems plaguing Indian society ability to address the same.
  • Increased awareness towards environmental issues.

  • Business Law I- UC-FAF-106
  • Role of law in economic, political and social context
  • Understand the legal and fiscal structure of different forms of business organizations and their responsibilities as employer
  • Relevance of law to individuals, business and organization
  • Understand the laws related to consumer protection

  • Business Mathematics and Statistics -I UC-FAF-107

    It will enable students to apply basic mathematical techniques to daily walks of like It will enable students to understand how the finance industry carries out simple calculations It will empower students to understand the introduction to statistics and how averages are used to compute variables

    Financial Accounting II - UC-FAF-201

    The subject focuses on creating an in depth understanding of the concept of corporate accounting from a general perspective to a more specific one considering the application in all the organizations. It will also provide practical training in conceptual application of different scenarios that industry come across on a day to day basis.

    Cost Accounting II- UC-FAF-202

    This course is not just about controlling the costs but also uses the information for managerial decision making. The fundamental objective of strategic cost management and its methods is to gain a sustainable competitive advantage by way of product valuation at different stages and recognizing the profits made at each stage.

    Auditing I- UC-FAF-203
  • Student will understand the audit process from the engagement planning stagethrough completion of the audit, as well as the rendering of an audit opinion via the various report options.
  • Student will understand auditors‟ legal liabilities, and be able to apply case lawin making a judgment whether auditors might be liable to certain parties;
  • Student will understand to describe the various levels of persuasiveness of different types of audit evidence and explain the broad principles of audit sampling techniques;
  • Student will understand to discuss the need for an independent or external audit and describe briefly the development of the role of the assurance provider in modern business society;
  • Student will be able describe the quality control procedures necessary to ensure that acompetent assurance engagement is performed, and apply professional ethicsincluding Code of Conduct to specific scenarios
  • Student will explain the internal audit process including the professional standardsapplicable to the internal audit profession.

  • Business Communication UC – FAF-204

    By the end of this course students would be able to:

  • Enhance listening, speaking, reading and writing skills to meet the challenges in the business environment
  • Understand the importance of communication methods and channels in order to successfully use them in professional settings
  • Understand and demonstrate the use of basic and advanced writing techniques
  • Confidently participate in meetings, conferences, interviews and group discussions
  • Foundation Course - II (Human Personality and Society) - UC-FAF – 205
  • The subject will enable the students to appreciate the importance of understanding self and group behaviour.
  • Students will understand the importance of a team and contribution of team building to the success of the organization.
  • Understand leadership qualities and motivating factors relevant to human beings well.

  • Business Law II- UC-FAF-206
  • Role of law in economic, political and social context
  • Understand the legal and fiscal structure of different forms of business organizations and their responsibilities as employer
  • Relevance of law to individuals, business and organization
  • Awareness of laws related to employee’s compensation management

  • Business Statistics UC – FAF-207
  • The subject will enable students to apply quantitative techniques in various fields including research, corporate and the professional World.
  • It will enable the students to apply these theories and make correct future estimates
  • The students will learn how to analyse complex situations and apply statistical techniques to the same.

  • CORPORATE LAWS – III
  • Role of law in economic, political and social context
  • Understand the legal and fiscal structure of different forms of business organizations and their responsibilities as employer
  • Relevance of law to individuals, business and organization

  • Financial Accounting –III

    Learning Outcomes: This course provides comprehensive understanding of accounting treatments for amalgamation, conversion and sale of partnership firms.

    Information Technology
  • The above objective will help student to be a professional when it comes to working with the banking sector and corporates.
  • There are well equipped with the hands-on skill for the Industry.
  • We are making them professional in a way that one can be qualified to be a Literate in the Field of Information technology
  • Student will gain basic knowledge of Tally and POWER BI Software Skills which is of great demand in the market
  • Today’s we want our students to be market oriented so we have enable the module of MIS and Business process to make them give an exposure of Software related to MIS and Business process Foundation Course (Financial Markets and Services)
  • Students will be aware about the various investment avenues prevalent in the financial markets.
  • Understand the role and importance of commodities and derivatives markets
  • The students will learn about the fund and fee based financial services

  • Foundation Course (Contemporary Issues - 1)
  • An improved understanding of socio-economic and human rights issues in India after globalization.
  • Awareness of India’s environmental commitments
  • A developed scientific attitude.

  • COST ACCOUNTING – III

    Understanding Costing Concepts and its usages. This helps ascertainment of cost, fixation of selling price, proper recording and presentation of cost data to management for measuring efficiency and for cost control and cost reduction, ascertaining the profit of each activity, assisting management in decision making.

    Auditing II

    To develop understanding of Auditing standards and their application in the Industry to ensure procedure of company audit.

    Direct Taxes – I
  • Students will be able to identify the technical terms related to direct taxation.
  • Students should be able to determine the residential status of an assessee and thus should be able to compute the taxable income of assessee with different residential status.
  • Students will be able to understand the various benefits/ deductions under Chap VI-A of the Income tax act, 1961 that are to be reduced from the gross total income of the assessee.
  • Students will be able to compute the net total income and the total tax liability of an individual assessee considering the income from all heads of income and the deduction under Chap VI- A of the Income tax act,1961.
  • Students will be able to compute the taxable income and tax for a partnership firm.

  • Financial Management –I
  • To develop financial analysis skills
  • To understand the importance and use of ratio analysis.

  • CORPORATE LAWS – II
  • The students will be able to understand how law is important in day to day life.
  • The students will be able to identify and understand various laws applicable to individual and business concerns.
  • The students will get elementary knowledge about process of various legal transactions that occurs in the business world.
  • The students will get knowledge of how to exercise their legal rights in case of breach / violation in transactions in the business world.

  • Financial Accounting -IV

    This course provides comprehensive understanding of preparation of Final Accounts of Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships.

    Business Research Method
  • Learners are expected to demonstrate an understanding of research methodologies.
  • Identify the overall process of designing a research study from its inception to the report stage.
  • Imbibe data collection, analysis, and interpretation and presentation skills at par with globally accepted standards.
  • It provides a solid foundation for development of rational problem solving skills and analytical thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers

  • Foundation Course (Intro to Management)
  • It will make students a better future managers and leaders
  • It will help students to be more decisive and improve their decision-making skills.
  • It will create awareness amongst students about the complexities of the business and enable them to tackle the issues and challenges of the organization in a better way.
  • Students will be able to design better organizational structure, policies, processes and procedures in order to attain the organizational objectives.
  • Students will not only understand the in - depth essentials of management and functioning of the organization but will be also able to judge the needs, wants and motivation levels of their human resources, which will help them to align individual interest with the organizational requirement

  • Foundation Course (Contemporary Issues – 2)
  • A better understanding of India’s rise as an economic power.
  • Developed awareness of India’s strengths and capabilities on domestic and international front.
  • Relevance of the wisdom of culture, political values and foreign policy for improved relations

  • Auditing III
  • To develop understanding of Audit under CIS environment and other requirements of auditing

  • Direct Taxes – II
  • To make the students understand the basic concepts, definitions and terms related to direct taxation.
  • To make the students understand the concept of residential status thus making them understand the scope of total income for an assessee with different kinds of residential status.
  • To make students understand the various heads under which income can be earned in India. To make students understand the procedure for computation of income under various heads namely income from salaries, house property, business/ profession, capital gains and income from other sources. Students will be able to compute income from salaries, house property, business/profession, capital gains and income from other sources
  • To help the students to understand the various deductions under Chap VI-A of the Income tax act, 1961.
  • To make the students determine the net total taxable income of an assessee after reducing the deductions from the gross total income earned from all or either of the five heads of income and also to compute tax based on slab rates.
  • To help the students understand the computation of income and tax for a partnership firm.

  • Financial Management -II
  • To develop understanding of Leverages, Management of Working Capital.
  • To help students analyse the Cash flow statements.

  • PROGRAMME OUTCOME / PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

    The Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) course is designed to provide competencies in basic commerce discipline as also impart requisite skills in problem solving, leadership, communications, decision making in organizations with appropriate subjects covering areas of economics, accounting, business management, human resource, taxation, marketing management and Information Technology.

    The HSNC University follows the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) which is a proven, flexible mode of learning in higher education which facilitates a student to have guided freedom in selecting his/her own choices of courses in the curriculum for completing a degree program. This is coupled with a focus on Project Based Learning and Industrial Training to enable the students become eligible and fully equipped for employment in industries, higher studies or entrepreneurship.

    The course structure will definitely equip the students to accept the challenges of globalization and constant change and will enable them to be well placed in business, academics and administration in the country as well as abroad.

    Course Outcomes

    UC-FCO-101 Accountancy and Financial Management I:
  • Learners will be able to prepare financial statements in accordance with appropriate accounting standards
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend and analyse departmental accounts and consignment accounts
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of interpreting the business implications of financial statement information

  • UC-FCO-102 Commerce I:
  • The students will have insights into the fundamental concept of business and the importance of business environment in doing business.
  • Fundamental concepts of entrepreneurship and project planning and development will help the self-driven students in considering the enterprise development as one of the career option sooner or in later stages of life and how to go about it.
  • Students will be aware of some basic skills that are required for doing business.

  • UC-FCO-103 Business Economics I:
  • The knowledge gained in the course will make students better-informed citizens and allow them to follow the debates over various economic events and policies reported in the news media.
  • This course will prepare students to be successful in advanced level studies in economics
  • Students will be able to understand introductory microeconomic theory, solve basic microeconomic problems, and use these techniques to think about a number of policy questions relevant to the operation of the real economy.
  • It provides a solid foundation for economic analysis and thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers

  • UC-FCO-104 Business Communication I:
  • After successful completion of the course the students should be able to enhance their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in order to meet the challenges of the business world
  • A basic introduction to the theory of communication would enable the students to apply theoretical knowledge to practical aspects of communication
  • The students would successfully learn to identify and overcome barriers to communication
  • An adequate knowledge and practice of essential business letter writing skills would enable students to express themselves in an intelligible and comprehensive manner
  • The knowledge and skills to draft a comprehensive job application letter and an impressive resume would prepare students to be job ready

  • UC-FCO-105 Environmental Studies I:

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Emerge as global citizens with the ability to handle the global environmental crisis better.
  • Be informed and participate in the well-being of the planet
  • To create and be able to become environmental warriors of the future
  • Focus on problem solving skills through case study
  • Become role model in conservation, sustainability and preservation

  • UC-FCO-106 Foundation Course I:

    At the end of the course, students will have

  • Value based principles underpinning behaviour.
  • Awareness of diversity and contemporary issues of state and society.
  • A more sensitized gender attitude.

  • UC-FCO-107 Mathematical and Statistical Techniques I:

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Apply mathematical and statistical techniques in a diverse variety of disciplines
  • Solve problems on their own by analysing the topics
  • Calculate financial values required in business
  • Recognize the importance and value of mathematical and statistical thinking
  • Recognize and appreciate the connections between mathematical and statistical theory and applications
  • Independently read mathematical and statistical literature

  • UC-FCO-201 Accountancy and Financial Management II:
  • Learners will be able to prepare financial statements in accordance with appropriate accounting standards
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend and analyse branch accounts and hire purchase transactions.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of interpreting the business implications of financial statement information.
  • Learners shall be able to comment on inventory valuation methods followed by a concern and its implications.

  • UC-FCO-202 Commerce II:
  • Understand the concept of effective retailing
  • Possess the knowledge of various retail formats and will be able to understand retail customer
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend the various terminologies and concepts like BPO, KPO, etc. in the ITES sector.
  • To be able to comment on the recent trends like digital payments, FDI and other futuristic trends in the banking and insurance sector.
  • To be able to analyse the opportunities and challenges faced by Indian Corporates for smooth transition to e-commerce in B2B, B2C, C2C activities.

  • UC-FCO-203 Business Economics II:
  • The knowledge gained in the course will make students better-informed citizens and allow them to follow the debates over various economic events and policies reported in the news media.
  • This course will prepare students to be successful in advanced level studies in economics
  • Students will be able to understand introductory microeconomic theory, solve basic microeconomic problems, and use these techniques to think about a number of policy questions relevant to the operation of the real economy.
  • It provides a solid foundation for economic analysis and thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers

  • UC-FCO-204 Business Communication II:
  • Students will be job ready as they would be acquainted with the various interview skills
  • To acquire various language & writing skills like drafting a notice, agenda and resolutions, trade letters, reports, summarizing, business proposals etc. which are essential for the smooth functioning of a business organization
  • Students would be well aquatinted with the different forms of group communications; their advantages and disadvantages
  • To learn the coordination, tools and strategies of internal and external public relations activities

  • UC-FCO-205 Environmental Studies II:

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Emerge as global citizens with the ability to handle the global environmental crisis better.
  • Be informed and participate in the well-being of the planet
  • To create and be able to become environmental warriors of the future
  • Focus on problem solving skills through case study
  • Become role model in conservation, sustainability and preservation

  • UC-FCO-206 Foundation Course II:

    At the end of the course, students will have

  • Attained basic understanding of human rights.
  • Knowledge of Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties.
  • Awareness of sustainable communities and role of media in social development.

  • UC-FCO-207 Mathematical and Statistical Techniques II:

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Apply mathematical and statistical techniques in a diverse variety of disciplines
  • Solve problems on their own by analysing the topics
  • Calculate financial values required in business
  • Recognize the importance and value of mathematical and statistical thinking
  • Recognize and appreciate the connections between mathematical and statistical theory and applications
  • Independently read mathematical and statistical literature

  • UC-SCO-301 Accountancy and Financial Management III
  • Learners will be able to prepare financial statements in accordance with appropriate Indian Accounting Standards.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of theoretical as well as practical aspects of accounting of the Partnership Firms with respect to admission, retirement and death of Partner/s.
  • The learner shall be able to understand the process and accounting for Amalgamation of firms.
  • Learners shall be acquainted with the process of payment of liabilities of the Partnership Firm upon its dissolution.

  • UC-SCO-302 Financial Accounting and Auditing – Cost Accounting
  • Learners will be able to understand the difference between Financial Accounting and Cost Accounting.
  • Learners shall be acquainted with the basics of Costing Concepts and Principles.
  • Learners will be able to prepare Cost sheet in accordance with appropriate standards of Cost.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge to apply StandardCosting & Marginal Costing, whichare commonly used in industries.
  • Learners shall be able to understand the concept Process costing, Joint Products and By- Products.

  • UC-SCO-303 Business Management- Marketing Management I

    The learner will gain the broad understanding of marketing management concepts, competition and marketing strategies. The course highlights the role of environmental factors, SWOT analysis and Porter's five forces in designing marketing strategies. The course provides an overview of competitive strategies, product and pricing strategies that will form the base for the advance application based studies.

    UC-SCO-304 Commerce III – Functions of Management

    The course aims to create an understanding of the levels of management and list the contribution of thought leaders like F.W.Taylor, Elton Mayo and Peter Drucker, Dr. C.K. Prahlad, Prof SumantraGhoshal to management; it encourages the learner to recognize the changing role of the manager. The learner will further understand the fundamental functions of management. At the end of the course the learner will be able to appraise the significance of Indian ethos in management and importance of various management functions in Managerial role.

    UC-SCO-305 Business Economics III
  • The knowledge gained in the course will make students better-informed citizens and allow them to follow the debates over various economic events and policies reported in the news media.
  • This course will prepare students to be successful in advanced level studies in economics
  • Students will be able to understand introductory macroeconomic theory, solve basic macroeconomic problems, and use these techniques to think about a number of policy questions relevant to the operation of the real economy.
  • It provides a solid foundation for economic analysis and thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers.

  • UC-SCO-306 Advertising I
  • Students will understand the concept of advertising in depth with the knowledge of growing importance of advertising in today’s competitive world.
  • Develop advertising media buying and planning strategies
  • The course enables the students to pursue programs in Advertising, Media management atpostgraduate level.

  • UC-SCO-307 Travel and Tourism Management I

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Emerge as global citizens with the ability to handle the global service related issues better.
  • Be informed and acquainted with the modalities of the tourism sector.
  • To create and be able to become forward thinkers in the profession.
  • Focus on problem solving skills through case study as incorporated in the course

  • UC-SCO- 308 Computer Programming I
  • Learners will get the knowledge of Computer Software and its components.
  • They will get the knowledge of Data communication and Computer architecture that will be helpful in understanding the appropriate network design as per the requirements.
  • Learners will able to create professional-looking documents and presentations.
  • Learners will be familiar with some advanced Word and PowerPoint functions and they will understand the use of Word and PowerPoint in a variety of professional, educational, and personal situations.
  • Learners will be acquainted with the basic knowledge of Python programming, which will enhance their problem solving and programming capability.

  • UC-SCO- 309 Foundation Course III (India as an emerging Global Power -I)
  • An improved understanding of socio-economic and human rights issues in India after globalization.
  • Awareness of India’s environmental commitments
  • A developed scientific attitude.

  • UC-SCO- 310 Business Law I
  • Role of law in economic, political and social context
  • Understand the legal and fiscal structure of different forms of business organizations and their responsibilities as employer
  • Relevance of law to individuals, business and organization
  • Understand the laws related to consumer protection

  • UC-SCO-401 Accountancy and Financial Management IV
  • Learners will be able to prepare financial statements in accordance with appropriate Indian Accounting Standards.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of legal provisions regarding the Issue & Underwriting of shares & debentures along with its calculations and treatment in the books of accounts.
  • Learners shall be able to understand the concept of Profit Prior to Incorporation and its effect in the books of accounts.
  • The learner shall be conversant with the Investment Accounting for transactions of purchase and sale of investments of Shares and Debentures.

  • UC-SCO-402 Financial Accounting and Auditing – Auditing
  • Learners will be able to understand basics of Auditing Concepts and Techniques and their application in Audit
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend Standards on Quality Control (SQCs)and New/Revised Standards (Auditing, Review and Others) issued under the Clarity Project
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of interpreting the Audit Report of the Companies through cases and examples with reference to New/Revised Standards (Auditing, Review and Others)
  • Learners shall be able to read and comment on Annual Reports of the companies listed on BSE with reference SA 700-799, Audit Conclusions and Reporting

  • UC-SCO-403 Business Management- Marketing Management II

    The learner will gain the broad understanding of promotional and distribution strategies. The course provides an overview of services and rural marketing that will form the base for the advance application based studies. The course also introduces learners to the world of consumer behaviour and how the understanding of buyer behaviouris applied in designing strategies at marketplace.

    UC-SCO-404 Commerce IV– Management: Production and Finance

    The learner shall be able to comprehend the types of production system and list the inventory management systems. The learner will be able to describe the structure of Indian Securities Markets and its impact on economy. They course will enable the learner to reflect on the various investment avenues available in India and describe the recent trends in the world of finance.


    UC-SCO-405 Business Economics-IV
  • The knowledge gained in the course will make students better-informed citizens and allow them to follow the debates over various economic events and policies reported in the news media.
  • This course will prepare students to be successful in advanced level studies in economics
  • Students will be able to understand fiscal theory, solve basic fiscal problems, and use these techniques to think about a number of policy questions relevant to the operation of the real economy.
  • It provides a solid foundation for economic analysis and thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers

  • UC-SCO-406 Advertising II
  • To help students understand the creation of an advertising campaign
  • Design an advertising message that gets the attention of the prospective buyers in a segmented population
  • To understand the effectiveness of advertising by application of various techniques of evaluation.

  • UC-SCO-407 Travel and Tourism Management II

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Emerge as leaders of tomorrow, skilled and job ready
  • Be informed and acquainted with the modalities of the risks and newer concepts in the tourism sector.
  • To create and be able to become entrepreneurs
  • Learners of a newer disciplines

  • UC-SCO- 408 Computer Programming II
  • The course will help student to be a professional when it comes to working with the banking sector and corporates world or they can plan to take a full-time course in any of the topics mentioned in the syllabus.
  • We are making them professional in a way that one can be qualified to be a Literate in the Field of DBMS current industry and academia.
  • ERP and MIS will be helpful for students to be market oriented. It will also develop the management skills of the learners.
  • Technical skills will be developed in such a way that they will be Industry-ready at the end of final year.

  • UC-SCO- 409 Foundation Course IV
  • A better understanding of India’s rise as an economic power.
  • Developed awareness of India’s strengths and capabilities on domestic and international front.
  • Relevance of the wisdom of culture, political values and foreign policy for improved relations.

  • UC-SCO- 410 Business Law II
  • Role of law in economic, political and social context
  • Understand the legal and fiscal structure of different forms of business organizations and their responsibilities as employer
  • Relevance of law to individuals, business and organization
  • Understand laws related to Intellectual Property Rights

  • PROGRAMME OUTCOME/PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

    The B.Com (Banking and Insurance) program aim is to make the students employable and impart industry-oriented training in the field of banking and Insurance. Bachelors in Banking and Insurance is a program aiming at all-round development of students with market and career oriented subjects opted with innovative methodology. With the emphasis on the Industry based content, more relevant in today’s Banking and insurance sector, the program aims to impart students with strong foundational knowledge in the field of Banking, Finance, Insurance as well as other related fields like Business Communication, Insurance Law, Accounting.

    The students will not only learn the theoretical aspects of the subjects but will be equipped with various practical applications of new banking policies, various regulatory acts in insurance, market reforms, and much more. The major focus will be on the theoretical front that will be supported by interactive case studies, industrial visits, guest lecturers related to banking and insurance field. There will be good blend of classroom discussions and debates, role play, case studies and paper presentations, in addition to the conventional chalk-and-talk method. While the course is primarily theoretical, there is a good blend of projects, case studies, moot courts, court visits and industrial visits to enable a student to get hands-on experience in the functioning of the Industry. The program puts a strong emphasis on developing analytical skill and offers a solid grounding and professional competence in all aspects of commerce required for careers in the business and corporate sectors.

    Course outcomes

    a) UC-FBI-101 Environment and Management of Financial Services

    Students will be able to describe the general structure of Financial System – Financial Institution, Financial Instruments, Financial Markets, Financial Services and in particular understand the functioning of Banking & Insurance industry.

  • The knowledge gained will help students understand the development, management, & working of Banking & Insurance sector.
  • The subject will provide basic understanding relating to the role of Regulating Agencies like RBI, SEBI, IRDA
  • It will introduce students to the Risk Management practices being followed in the financial sector.

  • b) UC FBI 102, Micro Economics

  • The knowledge gained in the course will make students better-informed citizens and allow them to follow the debates over various economic events and policies reported in the news media.
  • This course will prepare students to be successful in advanced level studies in economics
  • It provides a solid foundation for economic analysis and thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers
  • To identify and explain economic concepts and theories related to the behaviour of economic agents, markets, industry and firm structures, legal institutions, social norms, and government policies.
  • To integrate theoretical knowledge with quantitative and qualitative evidence in order to explain past economic events and to formulate predictions on future ones.

  • c) UC-FBI-103 Financial Accounting I

  • Learners will be able to prepare financial statements in accordance with appropriate accounting standards
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend and analyse transactions related to issue of shares and debentures
  • Learners shall understand the concepts related to fire insurance and how to calculate fire insurance claims
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of interpreting the business implications of financial statement information.

  • d) UC-FBI-104 Principles of Business and Management

  • The students will have insights into the fundamental concept of business and the importance of business environment in doing business.
  • Learners will understand the Fundamental concepts of entrepreneurship and project planning and development will help the self-driven students in considering the enterprise development as one of the career option sooner or in later stages of life and how to go about it.
  • The students will shall comprehend the Nature of Management and its elements.

  • e) UC-FBI-105 Business Communication

  • After successful completion of the course, the students should be able to enhance their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in order to meet the challenges of the business world.
  • A basic introduction to the theory of communication would enable the students to apply theoretical knowledge to practical aspects of communication.
  • The students would successfully learn to identify and overcome barriers to communication
  • An adequate knowledge and practice of essential business letter writing skills would enable students to express themselves in an intelligible and comprehensive manner
  • The knowledge and skills to draft a comprehensive job application letter and an impressive resume would prepare students to be job ready.

  • f) UC-FBI-106 Business Mathematics

  • Students will be able to apply mathematical and statistical techniques in a diverse variety of disciplines.
  • Students will learn to solve problems on their own by analysing the topics,
  • Learners will be able to calculate financial values required in business.
  • Students will recognize the importance and value of mathematical and statistical thinking.
  • It will help students to recognize and appreciate the connections between mathematical and statistical theory and applications.
  • Students will independently read mathematical and statistical literature after doing this course.

  • g) UC-FBI-107 Foundation Course I

  • Students will get awareness of diversity and contemporary issues of state and society.
  • Students will get a more sensitized gender attitude.
  • It will sensitize students about social problems plaguing the Indian society and to emphasize the role of educated youth to address the same.
  • It helps the students to upgrade their knowledge on current challenges and issues of Indian society.

  • UC-FBI-201 Principles and practices of Banking and Insurance
  • Students will be able to understand the general structure & the functioning of Banking & Insurance industry
  • The course will give students an insight into the Development, Management, & working of Banking & Insurance sector
  • It will provide students a basic understanding relating to the role of Regulating Agencies like RBI, IRDA
  • Students will be able to understand the Principles of insurance and need and Scope of insurance in India.
  • Learners will identify the Banking Operations and Banking Services and get insight into the Current Scenario of the banking sector in India.

  • UC-FBI-202 Macro Economics
  • Students will be able to identify and explain macroeconomic variables and understand the economic forces that influence and determine them.
  • Students will be able to integrate theoretical knowledge with quantitative and qualitative evidence to explain past economic events and to formulate predictions on future ones.
  • Students will be able to evaluate the consequences of economic activities and institutions for individual and social welfare.
  • Students will be able to identify the basic features of alternative representations of human behaviour in economics.

  • UC-FBI-203 Business Statistics
  • Students will learn to apply mathematical and statistical techniques in a diverse variety of disciplines
  • Learners will calculate financial values required in business.
  • Students will recognize the importance and value of mathematical and statistical thinking
  • The course will help students recognize and appreciate the connections between mathematical and statistical theory and applications
  • Students will learn to independently read mathematical and statistical literature.

  • UC-FBI-204 Financial Accounting II
  • Learners will learn about the importance of and be able to compute the Valuation of goodwill
  • Students will learn Valuations of shares and the different methods of valuation.
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend Buyback of equity shares and the legal provisions involved.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of Redemption of preference shares and debentures and various regulations to be complied with

  • UC-FBI-205 Business Law
  • The students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the legal environment of business.
  • Students can apply basic legal knowledge to business transactions.
  • The students will be able to communicate effectively using standard legal and business terminology
  • Students will understand Indian Contract Act 1872 and understand its practical implementation.
  • The Students will understand their rights and duties under Consumer Protection Act,1986

  • UC-FBI-206 Information Technology
  • Students will gain knowledge about the Information Systems Security and the risk issues in online transactions.
  • Students will learn about Computer basics, and terminologies related to Networking and Internet.
  • The students will have both theoretical and practical exposure to Ms Office.
  • The students will become well versed with advanced excel which is very important for finance professionals.

  • UC-FBI-207, Foundation Course II
  • The subject will enable the students to appreciate the importance of understanding self and group behaviour.
  • Students will understand the importance of team and how team building contributes to the success of the organization.
  • Leadership qualities and motivating factors relevant to human beings will be understood well.

  • BusinessEthics and Corporate Governance, UC-SBI-301
  • Create and address relevance of social responsibility to the students
  • Making students understand the good corporate governance and its importance
  • Students understand the global challenges in business ethics.

  • Financial Markets, UC-SBI-302
  • Students will be able to describe the general structure of Financial Marketsand in particular understand the functioning of Banking & Insurance industry.
  • The subject will provide basic understanding relating to the role of Regulating Agencies like RBI, SEBI, IRDA.
  • It will introduce students to the Risk Management practices being followed in the financial sector.

  • Foundation Course- III (Retail Banking), UC-SBI-303
  • Explain how retail and corporate banks function to deliver financial intermediation, support asset transformation and create money supply.
  • Evaluate the sources of risk that a retail bank manages in delivering these functions for customers and the wider economy
  • Describe the core services of a retail bank and explain the value of these services to customers.

  • IT in Banking and Insurance, UC-SBI-304
  • Be professional when it comes to working with the industry and corporates
  • Making students well equipped with the hands-on skill for the Industry.
  • Making students professional in a way that one can be qualified to be skilled in the field of Information technology
  • Student will gain basic knowledge of Software, hardware and networking along with Microsoft office Skills
  • Students to be market oriented and to know more on network , cyber-crime and technology with regards to misuse of internet and network

  • Mutual Fund Management, UC-SBI-305
  • Learn about the mutual fund industry structure in India
  • Understand types of mutual funds
  • Undertake necessary research to understand risks and valuation of funds
  • Be able to understand accounting and taxation for mutual funds

  • Management Accounting, UC-SBI-306
  • To introduce students to various techniques used for analysing financial health of a company
  • To understand the use of general and industry specific ratios.
  • To develop financial analysis skills among students.

  • Entrepreneurship Management, UC-SBI-307
  • Sharpen creative, innovative and problem solving skills of students
  • Students will learn life skills and how to tackle failures and uncertainties
  • Identification of best entrepreneurial opportunities
  • Learn new business models and entrepreneurial ethics

  • Direct tax, UC-SBI-308
  • Students will be able to identify the technical terms related to direct taxation.
  • Students should be able to determine the residential status of an assessee and thus should be able to compute the taxable income of assessee with different residential status. • Students will be able to understand the various benefits/ deductions under Chap VI-A of the Income tax act, 1961 that are to be reduced from the gross total income of the assessee.
  • Students will be able to compute the net total income and the total tax liability of an individual assessee considering the income from all heads of income and the deduction under Chap VI- A of the Income tax act,1961.
  • Students will be able to compute the taxable income and tax for a partnership firm

  • Organisational Behaviour, UC-SBI-309
  • Demonstrate the applicability of analyzing the complexities associated with management of individual behavior in the organization
  • Analyze the complexities associated with management of the group behavior in the organization

  • Credit and Risk Management, UC-SBI-401
  • Learn how risk management evolves in this disruptive and innovative environment
  • Provide an overview and working knowledge of risk governance and long-term value creation in the light of digital disruptions and new regulations.

  • Corporate and Banking Laws, UC-SBI-402
  • Learn and understand the provisions of the Special Contract Act.
  • Understanding about the Companies and learning the various provisions of Companies Act 2013
  • The students will get acquainted with the Banking Regulation Act 1949, Insurance Act 1938, IRDA 1999, Prevention of Money Laundering Act,2002, SARFAESI Act,2002

  • Foundation Course-IV (Life & General Insurance), UC-SBI-403
  • Students will understand the characteristics of insurance operations
  • Students will understand different insurance products.
  • Students will able to understand need for health insurance and claim management
  • Students will know the concepts of liability insurance

  • Research Methodology, UC-SBI-404
  • Learners are expected to demonstrate an understanding of research methodologies
  • Identify the overall process of designing a research study from its inception to the report stage
  • Imbibe data collection, analysis, and interpretation and presentation skills at par with globally accepted standards.
  • It provides a solid foundation for development of rational problem solving skills and analytical thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers.

  • Financial Planning, UC-SBI-405
  • Understand Basic Concepts in Financial Planning
  • Learn about the Financial Products for Savers and Investors
  • Analyse the Psychographics and Life Cycle of the Investor
  • How to frame the Goals and Investment Objectives
  • Learn Tax Planning to save tax
  • Building a Model Portfolio

  • Financial Management, UC-SBI-406
  • Will enable students to make investment decisions considering time value money.
  • Learn to make Investment Decisions using Capital Budgeting techniques

  • Merchant Banking, UC-SBI-407
  • Know the basics of the Merchant Banking in India.
  • Understand the functioning of Merchant Bankers related to Issue Management Process, Substantial Acquisition of Equity Shares, Buyback of Equity Shares and Delisting of Shares.
  • Know the regulatory environment in which the Merchant Bankers operates in India.

  • Cost accounting, UC-SBI-408
  • To get familiar with the Cost accounting techniques.
  • Learners will be able to prepare Cost Sheet in accordance with appropriate standards of cost.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge to apply standard costing and marginal costing which are commonly used in industries

  • Customer Relationship Management, UC-SBI-409
  • The students will be able to understand the fundamental of customer relationship management such as customer behaviour, relationship marketing, customer satisfaction and loyalty
  • There will be improvement in the analytical skills of the learners as they understand the key components of customer relationship management and explore ways to integrate it within an organization.
  • The students will be able to study the impact of customer relationship management on sales & marketing strategy.
  • The students will be updated with basic technological infrastructure and organisations involved in current and emerging customer relationship management practices.
  • There will be an awareness regarding consumer privacy concerns and the students will also learn methods to deal with privacy and ethical compliance

  • Programme Outcome / Programme Specific Outcome

    The B.Com Financial Markets - BFM program is started with an aim to make the students employable and impart industry-oriented training. The tremendous expansion in the field of global financial markets over the last two decades has made Financial Markets an emerging field in the world and hence, an interesting, upcoming and lucrative career path. The course is a comprehensive three year under graduate program that is fabricated to cater to a niche requirement of professionals in financial markets who can analyze debt, equity, capital and commodities markets with a focus on stock trading, equity research and financial analysis. It is a perfectly designed course for all those aspiring to make a career in the growing and ever evolving field of Financial Markets.

    Whether one works as an executive or at entry level, the work environment now demands broadened mindsets and qualifications for diverse positions. The changing workforce, recent economic downturn and changing demographics are all contributors to this paradigm shift. Technical and specialized skills, honed to an art today, may indeed become obsolete in the near future. Furthermore, traditional degrees become outdated and even irrelevant in the modern workforce. The new curriculum of Bachelor of Financial Markets offer students’ core papers that help build their foundation in the area of financial markets. The choice of electives and skill enhancement courses enable students to pursue an area of their interest in the field of financial markets.

    The contents of each course have been carefully designed to prepare students with knowledge and skill sets that will not only make them industry ready but also foster entrepreneurial and innovative thinking. A specialized degree does just that, in addition to preparing the student for continued growth and life-long learning. It is with this objective in mind that this course is introduced which encompasses a shift from general education to professional education.

    Course Outcomes

    Introduction to Financial System, UC-FFM-101
  • Learners will be aware about the financial system prevalent in the world.
  • Learners will be able to understand the various financial instruments across capital, money, forex, commodity & derivative markets
  • Learners will understand the financial regulators & their roles.

  • Micro Economics, UC-FFM-102
  • The knowledge gained in the course will make students better-informed citizens and allow them to follow the debates over various economic events and policies reported in the news media.
  • This course will prepare students to be successful in advanced level studies in economics
  • Students will be able to understand introductory microeconomic theory, solve basic microeconomic problems, and use these techniques to think about a number of policy questions relevant to the operation of the real economy.
  • It provides a solid foundation for economic analysis and thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers

  • Financial Accounting I, UC-FFM-103
  • Students will revisit and strengthen fundamental accounting principles and processes.
  • Learners will be able to prepare financial statements in accordance with appropriate accounting standards
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend and analyse issue of shares and debentures.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of interpreting the investment accounting transactions.

  • Business Mathematics, UC-FFM-104
  • Learners will develop arithmetical and numerical abilities.
  • Learners will develop the abilities to apply the mathematical concepts to real life problems in commerce, economics and management.
  • Learners will be able to solve problems on their own by analysing the topics
  • Learners will be able to solve problems where unbiased and non- judgmental outputs are desired in the form of concise numbers.

  • Business Communication, UC-FFM-105
  • Students will be job ready as they would be acquainted with the various interview skills
  • To acquire various language & writing skills like drafting a notice, agenda and resolutions, trade letters, reports, summarizing, business proposals etc. which are essential for the smooth functioning of a business organization
  • Students would be well aquatinted with the different forms of group communications; their advantages and disadvantages.

  • Principles of Management, UC-FFM-106
  • Learners will understand the basics of management
  • Learners will understand the essential elements of management i.e. POSDCORB: their features, need and importance.
  • Learners will get clarity about organization vision, mission, objectives and goals.
  • Learners understand the integration of individual goals with the organizational goals.

  • Foundation Course- I , UC-FFM-107

    At the end of the course, students will have

  • Upgraded their knowledge on current challenges and issues of Indian society.
  • Attained basic understanding of human rights.
  • Knowledge of Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties
  • Awareness of sustainable communities and role of media in social development.
  • Been sensitized about social problems plaguing Indian society and the role of educated youth to address the same.

  • Principles of Investment, UC-FFM-201
  • Learners will be aware about the various investment avenues prevalent in the market.
  • Learners would have gained knowledge about the various types of investments & its features.
  • Learners will be able to understand the working of various financial investments concepts & their planning, risks, allocation & taxation.

  • Macro Economics, UC-FFM-202
  • Learners will be able to identify and explain macroeconomic variables and understand the economic forces that influence and determine them
  • Learners will be able to integrate theoretical knowledge with quantitative and qualitative evidence in order to explain past economic events and to formulate predictions on future ones.
  • Learners will be able to evaluate the consequences of economic activities and institutions for individual and social welfare.

  • Financial Accounting II, UC-FFM-203
  • Learners will be aware about Corporate Accounting.
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend and analyse valuation of goodwill and shares
  • Learners shall be able to comment on Buyback of Equity Shares.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of interpreting redemption of preference shares and debentures

  • Business Statistics, UC-FFM-204
  • Learners will develop desired mental faculties that enable the students to present solutions to problems/queries where quantitative solutions are desired.
  • Learners will be able to solve problems on their own by analysing the topics.
  • Learners will be able to calculate financial values required in business.

  • Business Environment, UC-FFM-205
  • Learners will gain insights in various concepts of business.
  • Learners will be aware of various forces that drives and shape business.
  • Learners will have knowledge about the various factors affecting business
  • Learners will get an overview on Entrepreneurship, Globalisation and at the same time Contemporary issues

  • Information Technology, UC-FFM-206
  • Learners will get acquainted with the art of Professionalism which include professional style of making presentation using keyboard shortcuts and presenting the same to a large number of audiences
  • Learners will be equipped with the hands-on skill for the Industry.
  • Learners will gain basic knowledge of Software and hardware along with Microsoft office
  • Learners will get hands on working with spreadsheet (DATABASE) basic skills in terms of Practical

  • Foundation Course II, UC-FFM-207
  • Learners will understand the basic behaviour pattern of human personality
  • Learners will be able to comprehend group behaviour.
  • Learners will understand the issues of stress and stress management
  • Learners will be able to develop an understanding of aspects of organizational behaviour and motivation.

  • Input from stakeholders

    There are modifications suggested by the Industry personnel to make changes in the subjects like Foundation course, Business Communication and IT to make it more relevant to practical usage as compared to only study. New subject in Principles of Investment and Macro Economics is added to give introduction of students to latest trends in the market and know how currently required as per the industry


    PROGRAMME OUTCOME/PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

    Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS is an undergraduate program for management studies. The course allows students to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to assume management positions in a wide range of organizations. The course of Bachelor of Management Studies at the undergraduate level embraces principles and activities in the core functional areas of business management. It also covers legal environment of business, information technology, globalization, economic integration and entrepreneurship. The aim of the course is to provide learners with an opportunity, encouragement and the right literature/reference material to enable them to receive formal academic orientation with a tilt to look at the professional environment. The goal is to ensure that learners would not only be more effective but also be creative. Management Studies program provides students with a solid foundation in the field of management and strategy designing. The electives allow students to develop deeper knowledge in specific areas of interest – finance, marketing, human resource management and management of global business. In addition to business management course, it will also equip students to understand how organizations work, how they are managed, and sensitize students towards national and international environments. Students cantered learning focuses on skills and practices that enable lifelong learning and independent problem solving. The new curriculum of Bachelor of Management Studies offer students’ core papers that help build their foundation in the area of management. The choice of generic electives and skill enhancement courses enable students to pursue an area of their interest in the field of management. The contents of each course have been carefully designed to prepare students with knowledge and skill sets that will not only make them industry ready but also foster entrepreneurial and innovative thinking. To comply with the education policy of Government of India, the syllabus includes Online Courses (OLC) which is available on NPTEL or SWAYAM portals under MOOCS programme being developed by MHRD. The online courses would inculcate the habit of self-study at their own pace by the students and also acclimatize them to future technologies of learning processes.

    Course Outcomes

    Financial Accounting- UC-FMS-101

    Students will revisit and strengthen fundamental accounting principles and processes, learn relevant accounting standards, accounting treatment for depreciation and other special transactions culminating in the preparation of financial statements of sole proprietorship in manufacturing concerns.

    Business Law- I UC-FMS-102
  • Role of law in economic, political and social context
  • Understand the legal and fiscal structure of different forms of business organizations and their responsibilities as employer
  • Relevance of law to individuals, business and organization

  • Business Mathematics and Statistics- I UC-FMS-103
  • It will enable students to apply basic mathematical techniques to daily walks of life
  • It will enable students to understand how the finance industry carries out simple calculations
  • It will empower students to understand the introduction to statistics and how averages are used to compute variables

  • Information Technology – UC-FMS-104
  • The above objective will help student to be a professional when it comes to working with the backing sector and corporates
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  • There are well equipped with the hands-on skill for the Industry.
  • We are making them professional in a way that one can be qualified to be a Literate in the Field of Information technology
  • Student will gain basic knowledge of Software and hardware along with Microsoft office Skills
  • Today we want our students to be market oriented so we have e module to know more about cyber-crime and technology with regards to handle misuse of internet

  • Foundation Course – I (Indian Society and State: Contemporary Issues ) UC-FMS-105
  • Enhanced understanding of current challenges and issues of Indian society.
  • A sensitized approach towards social problems plaguing Indian society ability to address the same
  • Increased awareness towards environmental issues.

  • Management Foundation - UC-FMS-106
  • It will make students better future managers and leaders.
  • It will help students to improve their decision-making skills.
  • It will create awareness amongst students about the complexities of the business and enable them to better tackle the issues and challenges of the organization.
  • Students will be able to design better organizational structure, policies, processes and procedures in order to achieve the organizational objectives.
  • Students will not only understand the essentials of management and functioning of the organization but will be also able to judge the needs, wants and motivation levels of their human resources, which will help them to align individual interest with the organizational requirement.

  • Micro Economics- UC-FMS-107
  • It will enable students to study how demand and supply works at the micro level
  • It will enable them to understand what are the various costs of production and revenues
  • Students will be able to understand markets and their equilibrium
  • It will enable students to understand how prices are determined

  • Fundamentals of Business - UC-FMS-201
  • Students will get an overview on the managerial and entrepreneurial concepts which will be helpful for them in the future
  • The program seeks to develop in students the competencies and attitude in playing the various roles in the business world
  • Students will get a clarity to take the specialization subject in the next semester as per their area of interest

  • Business Law II - UC-FMS-202
  • Role of law in economic, political and social context
  • Understand the legal and fiscal structure of different forms of business organizations and their responsibilities as employer
  • Relevance of law to individuals, business and organization

  • Business Statistics- II UC – FMS-203
  • It will enable students to apply quantitative techniques to research, finance and several other fields
  • Students will be able to predict future variables using the past
  • Students will be able to make assumptions about relationship between variables and prove them

  • Business Communication UC – FMS-204
  • Enhance listening, speaking, reading and writing skills to meet the challenges in the business environment
  • Understand the importance of communication methods and channels in order to successfully use them in professional settings
  • Understand and demonstrate the use of basic and advanced writing techniques
  • Confidently participate in meetings, conferences, interviews and group discussions

  • Foundation Course - II (Human Personality and Society) - UC-FMS – 205
  • The subject will enable the students to appreciate the importance of understanding self and group behaviour.
  • Students will understand the importance of team and how team building contributes to the success of the organization.
  • Leadership qualities and motivating factors relevant to human beings will be understood well.

  • Business Environment - UC – FMS- 206
  • Students will know the concept of business environment and factors influencing the environment
  • Students will have a fair understanding of the Business
  • Students will get to learn the latest trends in the Business

  • Macroeconomics – UC – FMS – 207

    Students will learn how the economy functions, how trade with the rest of the World affects the Country, different macro-economic models of different economists and how they apply to the real World and the role-played by the Government and Central Banks in stabilizing the economy under different condition

    UC-SMS(F)-301 Equity and Debt Markets
  • Students will be able to understand the difference between Equity market and Debt markets
  • Students will be able to understand Primary and Secondary Market Operations
  • Students will be able to understand valuation of Equity and Bonds

  • UC-SMS(F)-302 – Corporate Finance
  • Develop understanding of capital structure and leverage theories
  • Enable students to make investment decisions considering time value of money.
  • Understanding concept of shareholder wealth maximization

  • UC-SMS(F)-303 – Basics of Financial System
  • Learners will be aware about the financial system prevalent in the world.
  • Learners will be able to understand the various financial instruments
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  • Learners will understand the financial regulators & their roles.
  • Learners will be aware of the causes and Impact of Financial Crisis

  • UC-SMS(F)-304 – Cost Accounting

    Understanding Costing Concepts and its usages. This helps ascertainment of cost, fixation of selling price, proper recording and presentation of cost data to management for measuring efficiency and for cost control and cost reduction, ascertaining the profit of each activity, assisting management in decision making.

    UC-SMS(M)-305– Marketing Management
  • It will make students better future marketers and keen analysts of the marketing environment.
  • It will create awareness amongst students about the complexities of the marketing especially in the digital age of technology and social media.
  • The syllabus is designed is to provide a practical understanding of marketing through understanding of real business case studies.

  • UC-SMS(M)-306 – Consumer Behaviour
  • Discussing and understanding the principal factors that influence consumers as individuals and decision makers with an application to the buying decision process.
  • Apply relevant consumer behaviour theories in understanding the impact of marketing strategies.
  • Develop critical and reflexive understandings of the nature of consumption, markets and culture. Apply appropriate research techniques. Appreciate the complexity of consumer behaviour.

  • UC-SMS(M)-307– Product Innovations Management
  • To give students an insight into the main innovation management terminology and concepts
  • To help students recognize and describe different types of idea generation systems
  • To make students understand the diffusion of innovation cycle and concepts of innovation strategy.
  • Students will define creativity and understand how creativity can be stimulated and internalize how innovation projects should be selected and managed.

  • UC-SMS(M)-308 Sports Marketing
  • Explain how marketing concepts related to the marketing mix (product, price, place and promotion) apply to sports-related settings
  • Identify characteristics related to sports marketing promotion mix and
  • Understand the sports marketing environment and trends influencing marketers.
  • Evaluate sports sponsorship decisions
  • Understand the process and structure in sporting events

  • UC-SMS(H)-309 – Training & Development
  • It will make students learn how to improve the performance of employees at work place through training and development.
  • It will enhance the decision-making skills of students.
  • Students will learn how good training programme can help the organization in retaining their talent and in coping with this ever-changing environment.
  • Relevance of management development programmes in the Organizations to develop best managers.

  • UC-SMS(H)-310 –Motivation & Leadership
  • Students will learn the importance of strong leadership and how they can inculcate good habits of great leaders in their professional life.
  • It will help students in learning how organisation can help their employees managing work life balance.
  • The course will help in understanding essential skills leaders need, identify several specific leadership styles, and the appropriate use of each leadership style.
  • Students will learn Identifying the expectations and needs of the employees and motivating them for improved performance.

  • UC-SMS(H)-311 –Performance Management and Career Planning
  • To acquaint students on performance management tools used in the Organization.
  • Students will understand purpose, importance and evaluation techniques of performance appraisal
  • Awareness of ethical practices followed in performance management and the impact of the same.
  • To highlight the importance of career planning models and changing career patterns in the modern Organization.

  • UC-SMS(M)-312 Employees Welfare and Relations
  • Be acquainted with the concepts, principles and issues connected with trade unions, collective bargaining, workers participation, grievance redressal, and employee discipline and dispute resolution.
  • Understand the various processes and procedures of handling Employee Relations
  • Overview on Labour Welfare practices in India

  • UC-SMS-313 – Information Technology in Business Management
  • It will help student to be a professional when it comes to working with the banking sector and corporates world or even they can plan to take a full time course from the given topic mention in the syllabus.
  • Since the basic of the course is design in such a way that they will be able to understand the topic and will not be wasting time in learning Basic of the topic again.
  • There are well equipped with the hands-on skill for the industry.
  • We are making them professional in a way that one can be qualified to be a Literate in the Field of Information technology what is needed for the current industry and academia
  • Student skills are developed in such a way that industry must absorb them after they finish their final year
  • Today we want our students to be market oriented so we have e module to know more about ERP. Digital Marketing and Power BI.

  • UC-SMS-314 – Foundation Course III (Environmental Management)
  • To understand and apply core concepts and methods from ecological and physical sciences to solve problems
  • To appreciate key concepts from economic, political, and social analysis as the learners pertain to the design and evaluation of environmental institutions and policies.
  • To reflect critically about one’s identity and role as citizen, consumer and environmental actor in an interconnected and complex world
  • To gain knowledge and skills required to pursue professional career and advanced study related to the multi-faceted nature of environmental studies
  • To be more sensitive towards complex environmental issues and develop interdisciplinary approach to face today’s challenges

  • UC-SMS-315 -Business Planning and Entrepreneurship Management
  • Sharpen creative, innovative and problem solving skills of students, which will enable them to ideate towards new entrepreneurial ventures.
  • Students will learn life skills and how to tackle failures and uncertainties, especially in the domain of entrepreneurship.
  • Identification and selection of best entrepreneurial opportunities through application of design thinking and other methodologies.
  • Learn new modern business models, entrepreneurial culture and ethics.

  • UC-SMS-316 – Accounting For Managerial Decisions
  • To develop financial analysis skills
  • To understand the importance and use of ratio analysis.

  • UC-SMS-317 - Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management
  • Demonstrate the applicability of analysing the complexities associated with management of individual behaviour in the organization.
  • Analyse the complexities associated with management of the group behaviour in the organization.
  • Students will get a clear understanding of managing the human resources from getting employees on board to developing and retaining them
  • Evaluate the developing role of human resources in the global era

  • UC-SMS(F)-401 Commodities and Derivatives Market
  • Students will be able to understand the Commodity and Derivative Markets in detail with its practical implication with its participants.
  • Students will understand the regulatory aspect of the Commodity and Derivative markets and the process of investing in the same.
  • Students will be able to understand futures and options and the risks associated with them

  • UC-SMS(F)-402 Corporate Restructuring
  • To develop understanding of causes, methods and types of restructuring.
  • To help students analyse the effect post restructuring.

  • UC-SMS(F)-403 Financial Management
  • To develop understanding of Leverages, Management of Working Capital.
  • To help students analyse the Cash flow statements.

  • UC-SMS(F)-404 Auditing
  • Student will understand auditors legal liabilities, and be able to apply case law in
  • Making a judgment whether auditors might be liable to certain parties;
  • Student will understand to describe the various levels of persuasiveness of different
  • Types of audit evidence and explain the broad principles of audit sampling techniques;
  • Student will understand to discuss the need for an independent or external audit and
  • Describe briefly the development of the role of the assurance provider in modern business society
  • Student will be able describe the quality control procedures necessary to ensure that a
  • Competent assurance engagement is performed, and apply professional ethics including Code of Conduct to specific scenarios
  • Student will explain the internal audit process including the professional standards
  • Applicable to the internal audit profession.

  • UC-SMS-405(M) – Customer Relationship Management and Rural Marketing
  • Students will understand the relevance of building long-term relationship with customers and other internal and external stakeholders in business.
  • A thorough understanding of the upcoming rural sector for marketing and distribution
  • Knowledge about the extremely viable Bottom of the pyramid.

  • UC-SMS-406(M) – Integrated Marketing Communication
  • To examine how integrated marketing communications help to build brand identity and brand relationship, and create brand equity through brand synergy.
  • To enable students to choose a marketing communications mix to achieve the communications and behavioural objectives of the IMC campaign plan.
  • To develop an integrated cross-media strategy and creative message and concept to reach the target audience and deliver the brand promise through an IMC campaign.
  • Structure an integrated marketing communications campaign plan based on the application of marketing concepts, principles, and practices within an organization.
  • Measure and critically evaluate the communications effects and results of an IMC campaign to determine its success.

  • UC-SMS-407(M) – Event and Social Marketing
  • Knowledge about categories of Events and their roles in promotion.
  • Understanding of the concept of social marketing, compare and contrast marketing in a profit-oriented corporate and a non-profit social environment.

  • UC-SMS(M)-408 Tourism Marketing
  • Define and understand the usage of marketing mix with respect to Tourism Industry
  • Understand the importance and use of public relations
  • Define competition analysis and positioning strategies of Tourism Marketing
  • Better understanding of Global Tourism and its challenges

  • Human Resource Management Electives UC-SMS (H)-409 Human Resource Planning and Information System
  • It will make students learn Importance of Human resource Planning.
  • It will help students learn methods of demand and supply forecasting of Human Resource in the organisation.
  • Students will learn how good HRP strategy in place can improve the productivity and profitability of any organisation.
  • Students will learn how to implement changes in the organisation through job design, redesign and restructuring.
  • Students will learn concept of Human Resource Information system and its application in the other functions of HRM.

  • UC-SMS (H)-410 - Talent Management
  • Students learn skills and knowledge required to successfully implement an effective talent management system
  • Better understanding of acquiring, engaging and retaining talent.
  • Relationship of Talent Management contributing to the sustainable competitive advantage of an Organization

  • UC-SMS (H)-411 Change and Stress Management
  • Student would learn effective strategies, plans and techniques to deal with stress
  • Better Stress management in daily lives and organization leading high levels of performance.
  • Better understanding of change resistance and ways to handle it.

  • UC-SMS (H)-412 – Conflict and Negotiation
  • Identifying the types of conflict management styles and its outcome
  • Define, analyse and understand the key practical and theoretical concepts of managing and resolving conflict
  • Apply theoretical and practical components of negotiation and mediation
  • Relevance of culture and ethics in the negotiation

  • UC-SMS (H)-413-Business Research Methods

    Learners are expected to demonstrate an understanding of research methodology.

  • Identify the overall process of designing a research study from its inception to the report stage.
  • Imbibe data collection, analysis, and interpretation and presentation skills at par with globally accepted standards.
  • It provides a solid foundation for development of rational problem solving skills and analytical thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers.

  • UC-SMS 414- Foundation Course - IV (Ethics and Governance
  • Create and address relevance of social responsibility to the students
  • Making students understand the good corporate governance and its importance
  • Students understand the global challenges in business ethics.

  • UC-SMS-415– Strategic Management
  • Understand the relationship between strategic analysis and strategic implementation
  • Comprehend the distinction between firms and markets
  • Apply strategy principles to understand the benefits and costs of diversification
  • Understand the international dimensions of strategic management
  • Study the major contemporary trends in strategic management

  • UC-SMS-416 – Production and Quality Management
  • Learners will become aware of the importance of Production and Quality Management in the sustainable working of an organization.
  • Learners will be able to enhance knowledge of Inventory Management and Purchase techniques.
  • Learners will be equipped with knowledge of Six Sigma, Lean Thinking and TQM.

  • UC-SMS-417 – Indian Economic System
  • Develop ideas of the basic characteristics of Indian economy and its potential.
  • Understand Indian agriculture and analyse the progress and changing nature of agricultural sector and its contribution to the Economy as a whole.
  • Understand the basic features of Service Led Growth In India and the Sustainability aspects
  • Evaluating trends In Indian Monetary Policy and Financial Markets.

  • About the Programme

    The Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia and Mass communication– BAMMC program is started with an aim to make the students employable and impart industry-oriented training.

    Course Objective

    The main objectives of the course are:

  • To think analytically, creatively and critically in developing robust, extensible and highly maintainable technological solutions to simple and complex problems related to human, technology and environmental factors.
  • To work effectively as a part of a team to achieve a common stated goal.
  • To adhere to the highest standards of ethics, including relevant industry and organizational codes of conduct.
  • To develop an aptitude to engage in continuing educational and professional development. The syllabus spanning three years covers the industry endorsed relevant courses. The students will be ready for the jobs available in different fields of media.

  • Process adopted for curriculum designing: The process involved both Academia & Industry professionals & the methods adopted were:

  • Brainstorming
  • Deliberations
  • Personal Interactions
  • Studied syllabi of other Universities & colleges in India and custom-made the same to our programs.

  • Salient features, how it has been made more relevant: The Mass Media course of Universityof Mumbai started in the year 2000. It is now two decades since the course came into force and the media course today needs to be made more relevant to suit the current times. The Media landscape has changed a lot in the last two decades. The programs are relevant in today’s academic sphere as:

  • Traditional media has changed - in presentation & content
  • Internet has become more accessible and has penetrated everywhere making academia accessible.
  • Media convergence has grown paving way for collaborations across geographical boundaries
  • Increased viewership of Films & TV content across platforms
  • Boom of radio and digital audio platforms
  • Growth of Transmedia

  • Learning Objectives

    The syllabi for the two undergraduate programs is for three years:

    FYBAMMC and FYBAFTNMP the learning outcomes involve both understanding the theoretical perspectives and practical applications. The programs enable students to learn:

  • Global awareness of political, social, environmental, and corporate issues.
  • To deal with issues- sensitively, cognitively & compassionately.
  • The foundation, process, and practices of writing & be proficient in the same indifferent media.
  • The foundation, process and nuances of filmmaking across platforms & be proficient in the same.
  • To conceptualize, design, and produce content aesthetically.
  • To acquire the knowledge, skills, and values that prepare them for future careers.

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Be future ready for a variety of careers in the media industry including - Print, Broadcast, Films, New Media, Media Research.
  • Appreciate the interdisciplinary nature of the programs & on graduation, apply it in their jobs effectively.
  • Ensure that they have a global awareness of political, social, and environmental issues to incorporate the same in their field of work.
  • To understand the nuances of the economics of the media industry, regulatory constraints, Ethical concern, and the role of Intellectual property Rights in India & around the world.
  • To be groomed through various practices to be responsible media professionals.

  • Programme outcome/programme Specific outcome

    Bachelors of Vocation (BVoc) in Retail Management

    Education has been changing to accommodate the needs of the industry. With this larger parlance in mind, it has been a constant endeavour of institutions in the country to create curriculum to train, create and skill the learners and nurture them towards employability. The Government of India, in pursuance of the decision of Cabinet Committee on Skill Development in its meeting held on 19th December, 2013 issued a notification for National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF) formation. Under the National Skills Development Corporation, many Sector Skill Councils representing respective industries have been established. One of the mandates of Sector Skill Councils is to develop Qualification Packs (QPs) / National Occupational Standards(NOSs) for various job roles in their respective sectors. This course is mandated for the students of Retail Management Vocational Program. The need has been to rework on the industry specific needs, the skill based needs and the educational needs of the current times. Furthermore, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has launched a scheme on 27 February, 2014 for skills development based higher education as part of college/university education, leading to Bachelor of Vocation (B. Voc.) degree with multiple entry and exit points which has been further revised in the year 2015. The chief objective of the course is to provide undergraduate studies which would also incorporate specific job roles and their NOSs along with broad based general education. The course would enable the learners to be informed and trained graduates with a profound sense of responsibility towards the society

    Course Outcome

    UV-FRM-101 Principles of Management:
  • It will make students better future managers and leaders.
  • It will help students to improve their decision-making skills.
  • It will create awareness amongst students about the complexities of the business and enable them to better tackle the issues and challenges of the organization.
  • Students will be able to design better organizational structure, policies, processes and procedures in order to achieve the organizational objectives.
  • Students will not only understand the essentials of management and functioning of the organization but will be also able to judge the needs, wants and motivation levels of their human resources, which will help them to align individual interest with the organizational requirement

  • UV-FRM-102 Managerial Economics:

    Students will learn how markets and other governance structures organize core economic activities, such as production, distribution, and consumption, and the growth of productive resources at the individual or firm level.

    UV-FRM-103 Business Communication and Language Lab:
  • Understand the importance of effective communication to achieve the desired goals
  • Overcome barriers that arise during the communication process
  • Understand that genuine listening can build relationships, solve problems, ensure understanding, resolve conflicts, and improve accuracy
  • Understand and demonstrate the use of basic and advanced writing techniques

  • UV-FRM-104 Introduction to Retailing

    Students will be able to understand what retailing is and the role played by retailers in society, differentiate between different formats of retail industry in India, understand the impact of changing trends in Retail Industry in India. they will not only understand the in depth as to how a retail business work but will also be able to understand the core issues and challenges involved, the key term and terminologies associated and an appreciation of Indian retail sector.

    UV-FRM-105 Store Operations:
  • It will make students better future managers and leaders.
  • It will help students to improve their decision-making skills. Store management skills
  • It will create awareness amongst students about the complexities of the business and enable them to better tackle the issues and challenges of the organization and how effective store operations will lead to increase in efficiency and lead to profitable business model
  • Students will be able to design better organizational structure, policies, processes and procedures in order to achieve the organizational objectives.

  • UV-FRM-201 Financial Management Accounting:
  • The students will be able to understand the basic of book keeping and accounting.
  • The students will gain knowledge of day-to-day accounting transaction and maintaining of records pertaining to accounts and business.
  • The students will be able to understand the qualitative characteristics of accounting such as financial accounting cost accounting and management accounting
  • The students will learn the methods of stock valuation. and Estimation of Working Capital requirements
  • The students will learn how to do prepare and present Bank Reconciliation statement
  • The students will learn the purpose, specimen of trial balance how to prepare trial balance
  • The students will learn to prepare the financial statements.

  • UV-FRM-202 Principles of Marketing:
  • Be familiar with the basic elements of the marketing mix and to provide a framework to evaluate marketing decisions and initiatives.
  • Analyse marketing factors that contribute to a product’s success or failure.
  • Analyse principles of ethics and social responsibility in marketing

  • UV-FRM-203 Computer Application in Business:
  • The above objective will help student to be a professional when it comes to working with the corporate.
  • There are well equipped with the hands-on skill for the Industry.
  • We are making them professional in a way that one can be qualified to be a Literate in the Field of Information technology
  • Student will gain basic knowledge of Software and hardware along with Microsoft office Skills
  • Today we want our students to be market oriented so we have a module to know more about internet which is self-learning
  • After B.VOC they will gain more knowledge to learn other software with self-learning ability as we also emphasis on one self-learning module.
  • In today’s world one can get job but then to remain in same filed for a long period is difficult so we tell the student’s do best to your potential and implement the learn in real life to get more focus, which will help to retain for long period
  • With the knowledge of DATA analysis students can do more for the industry, as DATA is available in abundance, implantation is nil. These students will able to tap potential customer with the help of DATA available.

  • UV-FRM-204 Consumer & Shopping Buying Behavior:
  • Train to be skilled in the sector of retail with knowledge of consumer shopping behaviour
  • Focus on problem solving skills through case study, practical discussions, etc.
  • Become retail managers with keen understanding of consumer motivation, perception, attitude and behaviour.

  • UV-FRM-205 Category Management:
  • It will make students directional thinker with a right approach and lessen down failures
  • It will help students to improve their decision-making skills & make them creative in their approach •It will create awareness amongst students about the complexities of the business and enable them to better tackle the issues and challenges of the organization.
  • Students will be able to design better organizational structure, policies, processes and procedures in order to achieve the organizational objectives

  • UV-SRM-301 Service Marketing
  • To provide an in-depth appreciation and understanding of the unique challenges inherent in managing and delivering quality services.
  • Participants will be introduced to and work with tools and strategies that address these challenges.
  • To develop an understanding of the ‘state of the art’ of service management thinking.

  • UV-SRM-302 Business Statistics

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Apply statistical techniques in a diverse variety of disciplines
  • solve problems on their own by analysing the topics
  • recognize the importance and value of mathematical and statistical thinking which can be measured through a structured feedback
  • do research independently

  • UV-SRM-303 Corporate Grooming and Communication Skills
  • The learners will be familiarized with global business etiquette and effective communication strategies, techniques and skills.
  • The learners will have greater understanding and appreciation for the nuances of dining with professional acquaintances including invitations, arrival, ordering, and tipping.
  • The students will be trained to maintain a presentable, well-groomed, and professional image at all times in business situations and professional settings.
  • The learners will be able to use techniques to enhance their confidence and impact while speaking with professional acquaintances, customers and colleagues.
  • The learners will have increased comprehension of the techniques effective writing as they learn and practice to write reports, emails, blogs, etc. The learners will also be trained to perfect the art of making a professional presentation to ensure the entire conversation goes painlessly and turns out rewarding.

  • UV-SRM-304 Visual Merchandising
  • To attract customers and increase customer traffic to the retail stores
  • The students will gain knowledge about consumer behaviour pattern, a key element to create a unique shopping experience and transform the customer into a loyal customer
  • There will be better understanding of the concept of visual merchandising and evaluation of its influence on behaviour of shoppers
  • The students can critically analyse distribution channels and learn to implement effective buying and visual merchandising strategies
  • The students will be able to create visual merchandising and visual display techniques with the objective of endowing them with the necessary tools to maximise the profitability at the point of sale

  • UV-SRM-305 Team Leader
  • To perform as effective and efficient personnel in the domain of retail team leading.
  • Understanding the nature of the product and how managerial decisions can be based on this understanding.
  • Understanding the role of displays in marketing, promotional and sales campaigns and activities.

  • UV-SRM-401 Customer Relationship Management
  • The students will be able to understand the fundamental of customer relationship management such as customer behaviour, relationship marketing, customer satisfaction and loyalty
  • There will be improvement in the analytical skills of the learners as they understand the key components of customer relationship management and explore ways to integrate it within an organization.
  • The students will be able to study the impact of customer relationship management on sales & marketing strategy.
  • The students will be updated with basic technological infrastructure and organisations involved in current and emerging customer relationship management practices.
  • There will be an awareness regarding consumer privacy concerns and the students will also learn methods to deal with privacy and ethical compliance.

  • UV-SRM -402 Research Methodology
  • Learners are expected to demonstrate an understanding of research methodologies.
  • Identify the overall process of designing a research study from its inception to the report stage.
  • Imbibe data collection, analysis, and interpretation and presentation skills at par with globally accepted standards.
  • It provides a solid foundation for development of rational problem solving skills and analytical thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers.

  • UV-SRM-403 Brand Management
  • It will be able to describe and identify all the components of Brand Management and how they affect and improve marketing decision-making.
  • To determine how new products should be introduced and how they should be named.
  • To be able to design and implement branding strategies.
  • The ability to describe and identify all the components of “Brand equity” and how it can be built and developed.
  • To understand how “strong” brands are created, managed and measured.

  • UV-SRM-404 Departmental Manager
  • It will make students better future managers and leaders.
  • It will help students to improve their decision-making skills.
  • It will create awareness amongst students about the complexities of a departmental store and the qualities and skills needed to perform effective operations.
  • Students will be able to build better leadership traits and also understand the critical role of Manager as a link between the company and employees.
  • Students will understand how to identify the customers and categorise them for effective strategies and approaches.
  • Essential qualities of a sales manager will prepare students to face the corporate world with more confidence.
  • It will equip students to gather and learn the Retail concept in a wholistic manner with different function involved and the Role of manager.

  • UV-SRM-405 E-tailing
  • This course will equip students for the future of retail
  • This will help them to understand the world of electronic sales and business better
  • It will enable them to identify the right platforms and take better decisions on the 4Ps
  • It will enable them to understand the difference and relevance of physical and online commerce
  • It will educate them on the critical role and importance of Website and its functioning
  • It will empower them to understand the various types of connections with the customers like B2C, B2B, C2C, G2C etc
  • It will enable them to evaluate the diverse payment options and platforms available and choose correctly most befitting their business.

  • Programme Outcome/Programme Specific Outcomes

    Bachelors of Vocation (BVoc) in Tourism and Hospitality Management

    Education has been changing to accommodate the needs of the industry. With this larger parlance in mind, it has been a constant endeavour of institutions in the country to create curriculum to train, create and skill the learners and nurture them towards employability. The Government of India, in pursuance of the decision of Cabinet Committee on Skill Development in its meeting held on 19th December, 2013 issued a notification for National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF) formation. Under the National Skills Development Corporation, many Sector Skill Councils representing respective industries have been established. One of the mandates of Sector Skill Councils is to develop Qualification Packs (QPs) / National Occupational Standards(NOSs) for various job roles in their respective sectors. This course is mandated for the students of Tourism and Hospitality Vocational Program. The need has been to rework on the industry specific needs, the skill based needs and the educational needs of the current times. Furthermore, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has launched a scheme on 27 February, 2014 for skills development based higher education as part of college/university education, leading to Bachelor of Vocation (B. Voc.) degree with multiple entry and exit points which has been further revised in the year 2015. The chief objective of the course is to provide undergraduate studies which would also incorporate specific job roles and their NOSs along with broad based general education. The course would enable the learners to be informed and trained graduates with a profound sense of responsibility towards the society.

    Course Outcomes

    UV-FTH-101 Principles of Management:
  • It will make students better future managers and leaders.
  • It will help students to improve their decision-making skills.
  • It will create awareness amongst students about the complexities of the business and enable them to better tackle the issues and challenges of the organization.
  • Students will be able to design better organizational structure, policies, processes and procedures in order to achieve the organizational objectives.
  • Students will not only understand the essentials of management and functioning of the organization but will be also able to judge the needs, wants and motivation levels of their human resources, which will help them to align individual interest with the organizational requirement

  • UV-FTH-102 Managerial Economics:

    Students will learn how markets and other governance structures organize core economic activities, such as production, distribution, and consumption, and the growth of productive resources at the individual or firm level.

    UV-FTH-103 Business Communication and Language Lab:
  • Understand the importance of effective communication to achieve the desired goals
  • Overcome barriers that arise during the communication process
  • Understand that genuine listening can build relationships, solve problems, ensure understanding, resolve conflicts, and improve accuracy
  • Understand and demonstrate the use of basic and advanced writing techniques

  • UV-FTH-104 Foundation Course in Tourism Business
  • Emerge as skilled learners with an ability to understand the business aspects of the tourism sector.
  • Be informed and participate in the real picture of the tourism sector and business implications
  • To create and be able to become trained towards being employable
  • Focus on problem solving skills through case study, practical discussions, etc
  • Become leaders with a sense of responsibility towards the profession.

  • UV-FTH-105 Introduction to Hospitality Management:
  • Train to harness soft skills for careers in hospitality.
  • Students to be informed learners, with an adaptation of technology in their careers.
  • To create and be able to become trained towards being employable
  • Focus on problem solving skills through case study, practical discussions, etc.
  • Learn the details of the hospitality industry.

  • UV-FTH-201 Financial Management Accounting:
  • The students will be able to understand the basic of book keeping and accounting.
  • The students will gain knowledge of day-to-day accounting transaction and maintaining of records pertaining to accounts and business.
  • The students will be able to understand the qualitative characteristics of accounting such as financial accounting cost accounting and management accounting
  • The students will learn the methods of stock valuation. and Estimation of Working Capital requirements
  • The students will learn how to do prepare and present Bank Reconciliation statement
  • The students will learn the purpose, specimen of trial balance how to prepare trial balance
  • The students will learn to prepare the financial statements.

  • UV-FTH-202 Principles of Marketing:
  • Be familiar with the basic elements of the marketing mix and to provide a framework to evaluate marketing decisions and initiatives.
  • Analyse marketing factors that contribute to a product’s success or failure.
  • Analyse principles of ethics and social responsibility in marketing

  • UV-FTH-203 Computer Application in Business:
  • The above objective will help student to be a professional when it comes to working with the corporates.
  • There are well equipped with the hands-on skill for the Industry.
  • We are making them professional in a way that one can be qualified to be a Literate in the Field of Information technology
  • Student will gain basic knowledge of Software and hardware along with Microsoft office Skills
  • Today we want our students to be market oriented so we have a module to know more about internet which is self-learning
  • After do BVOC they will gain more knowledge to learn other software with self-learning ability as we also emphasis on one self-learning module
  • In today’s world one can get job but then to remain in same filed for a long period is difficult so we tell the student’s do best to your potential and implement the learn in real life to get more focus, which will help to retain for long period
  • With the knowledge of DATA analysis students can do more for the industry, as DATA is available in abundance, implantation is nil. These students will able to tap potential customer with the help of DATA available.

  • UV-FTH-204 Tourism Products and Resources:
  • Train to be skilled in the sector of tourism with knowledge of resources
  • Be informed and participate in the real picture of the tourism sector and business implications
  • Look at career options with the available knowledge
  • Focus on problem solving skills through case study, practical discussions, etc.
  • Become leaders with a sense of responsibility towards the profession.

  • UV-FTH-205 Foundation Course in Front Office Operations:
  • Become skilled learners with an ability to understand the business aspects of the hospitality sector.
  • Be informed and participate in the real picture of the hospitality sector and business implications
  • To create and be able to become trained towards being employable
  • Understand the career necessities of hospitality sector
  • Become leaders with a sense of responsibility towards the service of mankind

  • UV-STH-301 Service Marketing
  • To provide an in-depth appreciation and understanding of the unique challenges inherent in managing and delivering quality services.
  • Participants will be introduced to and work with tools and strategies that address these challenges. • To develop an understanding of the ‘state of the art’ of service management thinking.

  • UV-STH-302 Business Statistics

    At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Apply statistical techniques in a diverse variety of disciplines
  • Solve problems on their own by analysing the topics
  • Recognize the importance and value of mathematical and statistical thinking which can be measured through a structured feedback
  • Do research independently

  • UV-STH-303 Corporate Grooming and Communication skills
  • The learners will be familiarized with global business etiquette and effective communication strategies, techniques and skills.
  • The learners will have greater understanding and appreciation for the nuances of dining with professional acquaintances including invitations, arrival, ordering, and tipping.
  • The students will be trained to maintain a presentable, well-groomed, and professional image at all times in business situations and professional settings.
  • The learners will be able to use techniques to enhance their confidence and impact while speaking with professional acquaintances, customers and colleagues.
  • The learners will have increased comprehension of the techniques effective writing as they learn and practice to write reports, emails, blogs, etc. The learners will also be trained to perfect the art of making a professional presentation to ensure the entire conversation goes painlessly and turns out rewarding.

  • UV-STH- 304 Travel Agency& Tour Business Operation
  • It will make students define Travel and Tourism concepts
  • It will help students to explain historical development of travel and tourism concepts.
  • It will define the structure of travel industry, list the enterprise and functions of the Travel Industry.
  • Students will be able to design Tour Packages and it identifies the effects of travel and tourism on destination countries
  • Students will be able to explain the relationship among transportation, tour operators and travel industry. Also a detailed analysis on the different requirements for a Travel Agency.

  • UV-STH-305 MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions) Management
  • To understand the basics of MICE industry
  • To be able to make discussions regarding the project phases, and strategies used for each of the phases
  • To analyse and manage the risks of MICE
  • To identify the project stakeholders and build a “politically correct” action plan to satisfy the stakeholders
  • To become future managers, organisers and leaders.
  • To create awareness about the complexities of the business and enable them to better tackle the issues and challenges of the events.
  • To examine the key characteristics of the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, Events sector (MICE) • To illustrate the range of existing leisure events, analyse their characteristics and their role in the development of tourism
  • To develop leadership skills and to provide necessary Managerial, Communicative, IT, product and Resource skills to effectively handle Tourism activities.
  • Gain confidence in financial application in the industry.

  • UV-STH-401 Customer Relationship Management
  • The students will be able to understand the fundamental of customer relationship management such as customer behaviour, relationship marketing, customer satisfaction and loyalty
  • There will be improvement in the analytical skills of the learners as they understand the key components of customer relationship management and explore ways to integrate it within an organization.
  • The students will be able to study the impact of customer relationship management on sales & marketing strategy.
  • The students will be updated with basic technological infrastructure and organisations involved in current and emerging customer relationship management practices.
  • There will be an awareness regarding consumer privacy concerns and the students will also learn methods to deal with privacy and ethical compliance.

  • UV-STH -402 Research Methodology
  • Learners are expected to demonstrate an understanding of research methodologies
  • Identify the overall process of designing a research study from its inception to the report stage.
  • Imbibe data collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation skills at par with globally accepted standards.
  • It provides a solid foundation for development of rational problem solving skills and analytical thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers.

  • UV-STH-403 Brand Management
  • It will be able to describe and identify all the components of Brand Management and how they affect and improve marketing decision-making.
  • To determine how new products should be introduced and how they should be named.
  • To be able to design and implement branding strategies.
  • The ability to describe and identify all the components of “Brand equity” and how it can be built and developed.
  • To understand how “strong” brands are created, managed and measured.

  • UV-STH-404 Team Leader in Tourism
  • It will make students better future managers and leaders.
  • It will help students to improve their decision-making skills.
  • It will create awareness amongst students about the complexities of the leadership and enable them to better tackle the issues and challenges of the organization.
  • Students will be able to design better organizational structure, policies, processes and procedures in order to achieve the organizational objectives.
  • Students will not only understand the essentials of leadership and functioning of the organization but will be also able to handle situations with the customers.
  • Students will be enabled to delegation of work.

  • UV-STH-405 Facility Management
  • It will help students to gain knowledge, skills and abilities in building systems, operations and maintenance, leadership, real estate and space planning.
  • It will create awareness amongst students about the current strategies, techniques, methods and issues in the industry today, including sustainability, productivity as well as human and environmental factors.
  • Students will be able to design better organizational structure, policies, processes and procedures in order to achieve the organizational objectives.
  • Students will be able to understand about the facilities operation, maintenance, staff management, budget, schedules, design and construction management, energy management and effective relationships with contractors and vendors.

  • PROGRAMME OUTCOME/PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

    The three year Bachelors of Vocation in Wealth Management is an outcome of the Government of India, taking note of the requirement for skill development among students as per the National Vocational Education Qualification Framework (NVEQF), whichwas later on assimilated into National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF). The University Grants Commission (UGC) had launched a scheme on skills development based higher education as part of college/university education, leading to Bachelor of Vocation (B.Voc.) Degree with multiple exits such as Diploma/Advanced Diploma under the NSQF. The B.Voc. programme is focused on universities and colleges providing undergraduate studies which would also incorporate specific job roles and their National Occupation Standards’ along with broad based general education. This would enable the graduates completing B.Voc. to make a meaningful participation in accelerating India’s economy by gaining appropriate employment, becoming entrepreneurs and creating appropriate knowledge.

    Course Outcomes

    UV-FWM-101 Micro – Economics
  • To give knowledge to the learners regarding demand and changes in response to changes in price. To introduce the concept of consumer is supply and forecasting their purchases.
  • To avail of different market structure and pricing of different goods including stock market.
  • To impart proficiency in revenue and cost conditions of the firm and breakeven point.
  • To introduce the concept of profit and run the business in a sound footing
  • To apply economic concepts to investment decisions

  • UV-FWM-102 Business and Management
  • Learn about the various schools of thought that exist in management.
  • Understand functions of management and utilising them for better productivity
  • Learn to assess business environment and adapt to dynamic situations
  • To understand the importance of finance in business management

  • UV-FWM-103 Business Communication
  • To learn the essential basics of English grammar and communication skills.
  • To study the roles and functions of customer service management.
  • To know the importance of personal hygiene and basic etiquettes.

  • UV-FWM-104 Mutual Fund Management -I
  • Be skill-ready to be a mutual fund distributor
  • Understand the back-office processes
  • To be able to undertake necessary research
  • To understand how to make basic product recommendations

  • UV-FWM-105-Introduction to Financial Systems
  • To understand the need, functions and structure of a financialsystem
  • To understand the various classification criteria for financial markets
  • To understand the role of financial regulators
  • To understand the financial instruments available

  • UV-FWM-201 Computer Application in Business
  • To understand how computer systems work
  • To understand applications that help to expedite and perform business tasks better
  • Practice data management, word processing and presentation skills.
  • Understand

  • UV-FWM-202 Foundation Course
  • Understanding the social fabric of India
  • Understanding the constitution
  • Understanding Human behaviour, interpersonal relationships and impacts

  • UV-FWM-203-Financial Accounting
  • State the uses and users of accounting information
  • Explain and apply accounting concepts, principles and conventions
  • Record basic accounting transactions and prepare annual financial statements
  • Analyse, interpret and communicate the information contained in basic financial statements and explain the limitations of such statements.

  • UV-FWM-204 Mutual Fund Management -II
  • Be skill-ready to be a mutual fund distributor/work for one
  • Understand the back-office processes
  • To be able to undertake necessary research
  • To understand how to make basic product recommendations

  • UV-FWM-205 Securities markets
  • To be able to identify various securities markets’ instruments and their features
  • To be able to understand types of issues
  • To understand asset allocation to make investing decisions
  • To understand regulations
  • To understand derivatives’ markets’ basics

  • UV-SWM-301 Business Statistics

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Apply statistical techniques in a diverse variety of disciplines
  • Solve problems on their own by analysing the topics
  • Recognize the importance and value of mathematical and statistical thinking which can be measured through a structured feedback
  • Do research independently

  • UV-SWM-302 Macro Economics
  • Learners will be able to identify and explain macroeconomic variables and understand the economic forces that influence and determine them.
  • Learners will be able to integrate theoretical knowledge with quantitative and qualitative evidence in order to explain past economic events and to formulate predictions on future ones.
  • Learners will be able to evaluate the consequences of economic activities and institutions for individual and social welfare.

  • UV-SWM-303 Entrepreneurship Management
  • Sharpen creative, innovative and problem solving skills of students
  • Students will learn life skills and how to tackle failures and uncertainties
  • Identification of best entrepreneurial opportunities
  • Learn new business models and entrepreneurial ethics

  • UV-SWM-304 Principles and Practices of Insurance
  • To understand the meaning and concept of insurance and its principles.
  • To understand insurance operations
  • To understand different kind of insurance products particularly with regard to life and general insurance.
  • Students can understand the marketing activities and the distribution channels of the insurance companies.
  • Students can understand the functions performed by insurance producers.

  • UV-SWM-305 Equity Markets
  • To understand the meaning, features and types of equity
  • To understand primary markets and its instruments
  • To understand secondary markets, its operations and functioning.

  • UV-SWM-401 Management Accounting
  • To develop financial analysis skills among students.
  • To study the components of financial statements and measures and ratios used to assess companies’ financial health
  • To understand accounting standards and tools
  • Students will learn to interpret cash flow and financial statements

  • UV-SWM-402 Business law
  • Understanding the Legal principles governing contracts.
  • Know about authentication of documents, proceedings, and contracts, execution of bills of exchange
  • Understand the legal and fiscal structure of different forms of business organizations and their responsibilities as employer

  • UV-SWM-403-Customer Relationship Management
  • The students will be able to understand the fundamental of customer relationship management such as customer behaviour, relationship marketing, customer satisfaction and loyalty
  • There will be improvement in the analytical skills of the learners as they understand the key components of customer relationship management and explore ways to integrate it within an organization.
  • The students will be able to study the impact of customer relationship management on sales & marketing strategy.
  • The students will be updated with basic technological infrastructure and organisations involved in current and emerging customer relationship management practices.
  • There will be an awareness regarding consumer privacy concerns and the students will also learn methods to deal with privacy and ethical compliance.

  • UV-SWM-404 Principles and Practices of Banking
  • Learners will identify the Banking Operations and Banking Services and get insight into the Current Scenario of the banking sector in India
  • Students will be able to understand the general structure & the functioning of Banking Sector
  • The course will give students an insight into the Development, Management, & working of Banks 4. It will provide students a basic understanding relating to the role of Regulating Agencies like RBI

  • UV-SWM-405 Money and Debt markets
  • To study the components of the fixed income markets
  • To study the various fixed income instruments and their features
  • To understand the regulatory environment for fixed income securities in India

  • Programme Outcome/Programme Specific Outcome

    M.Com in Advanced Accountancy is the two years postgraduate program that provides broad education that focusses on the fundamentals of Advanced Accounting skills. The students in the program come from a wide variety of backgrounds, including commerce, Business management and Social sciences. The course content is designed to create strong fundamental framework with an orientation towards a carrier in finance. The programme provides conceptual and analytical skills and gives students an insight into dynamics of Accounting and managerial skills. The programme is designed to nurture students and help them in

  • Building a strong foundation of knowledge in different areas of accountancy.
  • Employability as per the requirements of industry
  • Creative thinking and analytical skills to solve problems
  • Understanding of the current topics in Modern Accounting and Finance
  • Developing the skill of applying accounting concepts and techniques used in business and an attitude for working effectively and efficiently in an enterprise
  • Making decisions at personal and professional level
  • Evaluating different problems using analytical, creative and integrative abilities

  • Courses Outcomes

    PG-FAA-101 Cost and Management Accounting
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend the concept of Cost and management accounting and its significance in the business
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of developing, preparing and presenting the financial report and Cost Report in the business corporates.
  • The learner shall be able to apply the techniques of costing in the decision making in the business corporates

  • PG-FAA-102 International Economics
  • The students will be acquainted with economic concepts and models of International trade
  • Students will become aware about international trade bloc and their importance.
  • To provide an insight into a broad range of economic aspects of the European Union.
  • To allow students to have better understanding of the regional trade regimes
  • Critically comment on and participate in current debates on international economic policy.

  • PG-FAA-103 Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Identify and address common ethical issues that arise for individuals, managers, and organizations.
  • Engage in logically sound discussion about moral dilemmas using the language of business ethics.
  • Explain how organizational and cultural variables can influence ethical conduct.
  • Identify key organizational tools, policies, systems, and laws that apply to managing ethical conduct specifically in the business environment.
  • Demonstrate a multi-stakeholder perspective in viewing CSR issues
  • Compare and contrast the multiple viewpoints and trade-offs that exist in the area of CSR.

  • PG-FAA-104 Organizational Behaviour
  • To understand the applicability of the concept of organizational behaviour to understand the behaviour of people in the organization.
  • Demonstrate the applicability of analysing the complexities associated with management of individual behaviour in the organization.
  • Analyse the complexities associated with management of the group behaviour in the organization.
  • Demonstrate how the organizational behaviour can integrate in understanding the motivation (why) behind behaviour of people in the organization

  • PG-FAA-201 Corporate Finance
  • The learner shall be able to develop the objectives of Financial Management and comprehend the various sources of Finance.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge to understand, develop and apply the techniques of investment in the financial decision making in the business corporates.
  • The learner shall be able to analyse and interpret the financial statements.

  • PG-FAA-202 Research Methodology
  • Learners are expected to demonstrate an understanding of research methodologies.
  • Identify the overall process of designing a research study from its inception to the report stage.
  • Imbibe data collection, analysis, and interpretation and presentation skills at par with globally accepted standards.
  • It provides a solid foundation for development of rational problem solving skills and analytical thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers.

  • UC-FAA -203 Strategic Management
  • To expose students to various perspectives and concepts in the field of Strategic Management
  • The course would enable the students to understand the principles of strategy formulation, implementation and control in organizations.
  • To help students develop skills for applying these concepts to the solution of business problems
  • To help students master the analytical tools of strategic management
  • PG-FAA-204 Financial Markets
  • Students will understand the Meaning of Financial Services and Types of Financial Services including their Significance in India
  • The students will know about the various Categories of Financial Products and understand the Marketing Mix for Financial Services.
  • The students will understand the Mutual fund Industry in India, its Different Schemes and valuation method.
  • The students will learn to evaluate the different Strategies for portfolio management

  • 301 Financial Advanced Accounting
  • Understand & Interpret banking company accounts
  • Understand & interpret Insurance company accounts
  • Provide accounting treatment of Non-Banking Finance Companies & Foreign Currency Conversion transactions.

  • 302 Direct Tax
  • Compute total income and tax payable by Assessee.
  • Preparation of Income Tax Return
  • Calculation of Advance Tax, and Tax deducted at Source
  • Procedure of Assessments & Appeals & Tax Collection Authorities under the Income Tax Act, 1961.
  • Understand Income Tax system properly, and interpret different tax provisions including international taxation

  • 303 Advanced Cost Accounting
  • Understand the various methods and techniques in costing
  • Knowledge about different types of methods of costing to control cost in effective way
  • Take Meaningful decisions using process of costing.
  • Prepare Managerial Reports using Segmented Costs and Controllable costs approach.

  • 304 Advanced Auditing
  • Understand Company audit, audit process with computerized auditing and various concerns of audit
  • Understand audits of various concerns: - educational institutions, audit of hospital and audit of bank
  • Perform the compliance and audit functions.
  • Understand the audit control with respect to internal control especially procedure controls and facility controls; techniques of audit of EDP output

  • Project Work – I (Research or Internship based Project)
  • Understand the areas of Business Research Activities with reference to the electives.
  • Conduct the research in the field of electives offered.
  • Develop the most appropriate methodology for their research studies.
  • Use different research methods and techniques to conduct data analysis
  • Drive a valid conclusion after detailed analysis

  • Learning Outcomes

    UC-FCO-101 Accountancy and Financial Management I:
  • Learners will be able to prepare financial statements in accordance with appropriate accounting standards
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend and analyse departmental accounts and consignment accounts
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of interpreting the business implications of financial statement information

  • UC-FCO-102 Commerce I

    The students will have insights into the fundamental concept of business and the importance of business environment in doing business. Fundamental concepts of entrepreneurship and project planning and development will help the self-driven students in considering the enterprise development as one of the career option sooner or in later stages of life and how to go about it. Students will be aware of some basic skills that are required for doing business.


    UC-FCO-103 Business Economics I
  • The knowledge gained in the course will make students better informed citizens and allow them to follow the debates over various economic events and policies reported in the news media.
  • This course will prepare students to be successful in advanced level studies in economics
  • Students will be able to understand introductory microeconomic theory, solve basic microeconomic problems, and use these techniques to think about a number of policy questions relevant to the operation of the real economy.
  • It provides a solid foundation for economic analysis and thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers

  • UC-FCO-104 Business Communication I
  • After successful completion of the course the students should be able to enhance their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in order to meet the challenges of the business world
  • A basic introduction to the theory of communication would enable the students to apply theoretical knowledge to practical aspects of communication
  • The students would successfully learn to identify and overcome barriers to communication
  • An adequate knowledge and practice of essential business letter writing skills would enable students to express themselves in an intelligible and comprehensive manner
  • The knowledge and skills to draft a comprehensive job application letter and an impressive resume would prepare students to be job ready

  • UC-FCO-105 Environmental Studies I

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Emerge as global citizens with the ability to handle the global environmental crisis better.
  • Be informed and participate in the well-being of the planet
  • To create and be able to become environmental warriors of the future
  • Focus on problem solving skills through case study
  • Become role model in conservation, sustainability and preservation

  • UC-FCO-106 Foundation Course I

    At the end of the course, students will have

  • Value based principles underpinning behaviour.
  • Awareness of diversity and contemporary issues of state and society.
  • A more sensitized gender attitude.

  • UC-FCO-107 Mathematical and Statistical Techniques I

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Apply mathematical and statistical techniques in a diverse variety of disciplines
  • Solve problems on their own by analysing the topics
  • Calculate financial values required in business
  • Recognize the importance and value of mathematical and statistical thinking
  • Recognize and appreciate the connections between mathematical and statistical theory and applications
  • Independently read mathematical and statistical literature

  • UC-FCO-201 Accountancy and Financial Management II
  • Learners will be able to prepare financial statements in accordance with appropriate accounting standards
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend and analyse branch accounts and hire purchase transactions.
  • Learners shall possess the knowledge of interpreting the business implications of financial statement information.
  • Learners shall be able to comment on inventory valuation methods followed by a concern and its implications.

  • UC-FCO-202 Commerce II
  • Understand the concept of effective retailing
  • Possess the knowledge of various retail formats and will be able to understand retail customer
  • The learner shall be able to comprehend the various terminologies and concepts like BPO, KPO, etc. in the ITES sector.
  • To be able to comment on the recent trends like digital payments, FDI and other futuristic trends in the banking and insurance sector.
  • To be able to analyse the opportunities and challenges faced by Indian Corporates for smooth transition to e-commerce in B2B, B2C, C2C activities.

  • UC-FCO-203 Business Economics II
  • The knowledge gained in the course will make students better informed citizens and allow them to follow the debates over various economic events and policies reported in the news media.
  • This course will prepare students to be successful in advanced level studies in economics
  • Students will be able to understand introductory microeconomic theory, solve basic microeconomic problems, and use these techniques to think about a number of policy questions relevant to the operation of the real economy.
  • It provides a solid foundation for economic analysis and thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers

  • UC-FCO-204 Business Communication II
  • Students will be job ready as they would be acquainted with the various interview skills
  • To acquire various language & writing skills like drafting a notice, agenda and resolutions, trade letters, reports, summarizing, business proposals etc. which are essential for the smooth functioning of a business organization
  • Students would be well aquatinted with the different forms of group communications; their advantages and disadvantages
  • To learn the coordination, tools and strategies of internal and external public relations activities

  • UC-FCO-205 Environmental Studies II

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Emerge as global citizens with the ability to handle the global environmental crisis better.
  • Be informed and participate in the well-being of the planet
  • To create and be able to become environmental warriors of the future
  • Focus on problem solving skills through case study
  • Become role model in conservation, sustainability and preservation

  • UC-FCO-206 Foundation Course II

    At the end of the course, students will have

  • Attained basic understanding of human rights.
  • Knowledge of Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties.
  • Awareness of sustainable communities and role of media in social development.

  • UC-FCO-207 Mathematical and Statistical Techniques II

    At the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Apply mathematical and statistical techniques in a diverse variety of disciplines
  • Solve problems on their own by analysing the topics
  • Calculate financial values required in business
  • Recognize the importance and value of mathematical and statistical thinking
  • Recognize and appreciate the connections between mathematical and statistical theory and applications
  • Independently read mathematical and statistical literature.

  • 401 Corporate Finance Accounting
  • Understand Recent trends in financial reporting
  • Apply International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) & Ind – AS
  • Understand process of valuation for Merger and acquisitions
  • Prepare of standalone & consolidated financial statements

  • 402 Indirect Tax: Goods and Service Tax (GST)
  • Understand Input Tax Credit and exemptions
  • Compute GST Liability and Know about TDS, TCS & E-way bill under GST
  • Prepare and file GST returns
  • Understand different types of assessment and Audit Procedure.

  • 403 Financial Management
  • Understand risks involved in the Financial Management function
  • Interpret Business Finance and the background of Accounting and Management
  • Awareness about challenges and opportunities of Financial Management

  • 404 Financial Planning and Wealth Management
  • Understand Basic Concepts in Financial Planning
  • Learn about the Financial Products for Savers and Investors
  • Analyse the Psychographics and Life Cycle of the Investor
  • How to frame the Goals and Investment Objectives
  • Learn Tax Planning to save tax
  • Building a Model Portfolio

  • Project Work - II (Research or Internship based Project)
  • Understand the areas of Business Research Activities with reference to the electives.
  • Conduct the research in the field of electives offered.
  • Develop the most appropriate methodology for their research studies.
  • Use different research methods and techniques to conduct data analysis
  • Drive a valid conclusion after detailed analysis.

  • Programme Outcome/Programme Specific Outcome

    The M.Com in Banking and Finance- program is started with an aim to make the students employable and impart industry-oriented training. The tremendous expansion in the field of banking and financial sector over the last two decades has made the BFSI an emerging field in the world and hence, an interesting, upcoming and lucrative career path. The course is a comprehensive three year graduate program that is fabricated to cater to a vast and growing requirement of professionals in banking and finance. It is a perfectly designed course for all those young bankers and aspiring finance professionals. India is fast emerging as an International Financial Centre and this is creating an opportunity for a large number of finance professionals. At the same time, the financial markets are changing swiftly. The rapid pace of financial innovation has changed the landscape of the financial sector. Increasing industrialisation, changes in global economy, increase in entry of multinational companies into the country and expansion of service sector in the national economy have resulted in an increased demand for Commerce trained professionals. Due to continued policies of liberalisation, national and multinational corporate enterprises are coming out with a specific demand for Finance and Banking with allied functions for which they are looking for Masters in Commerce. Increasing job prospects in finance and banking related sectors, has made this course the front-runner among all other. The emerging global scenario necessitates organisations to look for capable professionals in Finance and Banking, competent in responding to the market with the capacity to analyse the complex problems and make effective business decisions. Whether one works as an executive or at entry level, the work environment now demands broadened mindsets and qualifications for diverse positions. The changing workforce, recent economic downturn and changing demographics are all contributors to this paradigm shift. Technical and specialized skills, honed to an art today, may indeed become obsolete in the near future. Furthermore, traditional degrees become outdated and even irrelevant in the modern workforce. The new curriculum of Masters of commerce in Banking and Finance offer students’ core papers that help build their foundation in the area of finance. The choice of electives and skill enhancement courses enable students to pursue an area of their interest in the field of banking and finance. To comply with the education policy of Government of India, the syllabus includes Online Courses (OLC) which is available on NPTEL or SWAYAM portals under MOOCS programme being developed by MHRD. The online courses would inculcate the habit of self-study at their own pace by the students and also acclimatize them to future technologies of learning processes. The contents of each course have been carefully designed to prepare students with knowledge and skill sets that will not only make them industry ready but also foster entrepreneurial and innovative thinking. A specialized degree does just that, in addition to preparing the student for continued growth and life-long learning. It is with this objective in mind that this course is introduced which encompasses a shift from general education to professional education.

    Course Outcomes

    Commercial Bank Management PC-FBF-101
  • The students will understand the role and functions of commercial banks
  • The students will know the principles of sound bank lending and credit rating and credit monitoring policies followed by banks
  • The students will learn about the importance of human resource management in banks • The students will learn about the evolving trends in modern banking and concepts related to financial inclusion

  • Financial Services, PG-FBF-102
  • Students will be able to describe the general structure of Financial System and development of financial markets in India
  • The knowledge gained will help students understand the development and growth of capital markets in India
  • The learners will understand the structure of money markets and the various money market instruments
  • Students will understand the emerging trends and challenges in global financial markets.

  • International Economics, PG-FBF-103
  • The students will be acquainted with economic concepts and models of International trade
  • Students will become aware about international trade bloc and their importance.
  • To provide an insight into a broad range of economic aspects of the European Union.
  • To allow students to have better understanding of the regional trade regimes
  • Critically comment on and participate in current debates on international economic policy. Business Ethics & Corporate

  • Social Responsibility, PG-FBF-104
  • Identify and address common ethical issues that arise for individuals, managers, and organizations.
  • Engage in logically sound discussion about moral dilemmas using the language of business ethics.
  • Explain how organizational and cultural variables can influence ethical conduct.
  • Identify key organizational tools, policies, systems, and laws that apply to managing ethical conduct specifically in the business environment.
  • Demonstrate a multi-stakeholder perspective in viewing CSR issues
  • Compare and contrast the multiple viewpoints and trade-offs that exist in the area of CSR.

  • Financial Markets, PG FBF 201
  • Students will understand the Meaning of Financial Services and Types of Financial Services including their Significance in India
  • The students will know about the various Categories of Financial Products and understand the Marketing Mix for Financial Services.
  • The students will understand the Mutual fund Industry in India, its Different Schemes and valuation method.
  • The students will learn to evaluate the Strategies for portfolio management.
  • Learners will be aware about the financial system prevalent in the world.
  • Learners will be able to understand the various financial instruments across capital, money, forex, commodity & derivative markets.
  • Learners will understand the financial regulators & their roles in the financial sector

  • E-Commerce, PG-FBF-202
  • The students will have insights to the fundamental concept of e-commerce and theimportance of e-commerce in today's business environment.
  • The students can benefit from their own e-commerce website, where they can sell their own products or services.
  • Students can learn e-commerce as a flexible solution for both businesses and buyers.
  • Students will be made aware of existing problems and concerns in E-commerce.
  • Students will build the awareness towards different businesses models
  • Students will receive an overview on various issues of legal and regulatory framework and other environmental challenges related to E-commerce

  • Research Methodology, PG-FBF-203
  • Learners are expected to demonstrate an understanding of research methodologies.
  • Identify the overall process of designing a research study from its inception to the report stage.
  • Imbibe data collection, analysis, and interpretation and presentation skills at par with globally accepted standards.
  • It provides a solid foundation for development of rational problem solving skills and analytical thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers

  • Strategic Management, PG-FBF -204
  • To expose students to various perspectives and concepts in the field of Strategic Management
  • The course would enable the students to understand the principles of strategy formulation, implementation and control in organizations.
  • To help students develop skills for applying these concepts to the solution of business problems
  • To help students master the analytical tools of strategic management

  • PG-SBF-301 Debt Markets
  • Students will be able to understand the Debt and Money market in detail with its practical implication with its participants.
  • Students will understand the regulatory aspect of the Fixed Income Securities and the process of investing in the same.

  • PG-SBF-302 Credit Management and credit risk
  • Students will Understand various Customer Segments
  • Students will be able to Appraise Proposals and assess their suitability under various lending schemes
  • Perform Financial Statement Analysis and also Business Due Diligence Review (DDR)
  • Adhere to check-lists for sanctions, pre and post disbursement and monitoring
  • Appreciate the services and processes of credit information bureaus and rating agencies
  • Understand linkages between Credit Risk and Capital Adequacy under the Basel frameworks

  • PG-SBF-303 Investment and Portfolio Management
  • To have a basic understanding about fundamental and technical analysis and its impact on investment decisions
  • To learn the various valuation methodologies
  • To make students aware of trading strategies and risk management

  • PG-SBF-304 Accounting and Auditing in Banking
  • Understand the Significant Features of Accounting Systems of Banking Companies
  • Learn about the Disclosure Requirements of Banks
  • Know about the various types of Bank Audits
  • Learn the Audit Controls in the banks and their importance

  • PG-SBF-401 Investment Banking
  • Know the role of the Merchant Bankers in M & A
  • Understand the functioning of Merchant Bankers related to Issue Management Process,
  • Know the regulatory environment in which the Merchant Bankers operates in India.

  • PG-SBF-402 Financial Planning and Wealth Management
  • Understand Basic Concepts in Financial Planning
  • Learn about the Financial Products for Savers and Investors
  • Analyse the Psychographics and Life Cycle of the Investor
  • How to frame the Goals and Investment Objectives
  • Learn Tax Planning to save tax
  • Building a Model Portfolio

  • PG-SBF-403 Treasury management
  • Understand the meaning and scope of Treasury management in a Bank
  • Appreciate the linkages between the Bond, Currency and Derivatives (BCD) Markets
  • Gauge broad macro trends influencing the markets
  • Understand the mathematics behind the major types of transactions in a Bank Treasury
  • Appreciate the impact of transactions on the P&L and B/S of a Bank
  • Appreciate the array of risks in the Financial Markets

  • PG-SBF-404 Risk Management in Banking
  • Understand the 3 risks – Operational, Credit and Market, under the Basel Framework
  • Understand the practical implications of risk management in banking
  • Practical Impact of Basel framework on the Banking Sector

  • Programme Outcome/Programme Specific Outcomes

    M.Com in Business Management is the two years' postgraduate program that provides broad education that focuses on the fundamental of business management and critical leadership skills. The students in the program come from a wide variety of backgrounds, including commerce, Business management and social sciences .M.Com graduates can explore opportunities in business and service sector. The course content is designed to create strong fundamental framework with an orientation toward contemporary business environment. The programme provide conceptual and analytical skills and gives students an insight into dynamics of business. The programme is designed to nurture students and help them build and enhance their managerial competence to:

  • Develop capacity to learn and adopt to national and international environment
  • Imbibe value of integrity, fairness and ethical standards in management.
  • Develop creative thinking through entrepreneurial skills so that as future managers they can meet the challenges of the business.
  • Equip and train Post Graduate students to accept the challenges of Business World by providing opportunities for study and analysis of advanced Commercial and business methods and processes.
  • Develop independent logical thinking and facilitate personality development.
  • To study by students methods of Data collection and their interpretations.
  • To develop among students Communication, Study and Analytical skills.

  • Apart from the other post-graduate and research courses M.Com is the most exalted two year full time post-graduate programme in commerce. The M.Com in Business Management course provides an extreme and rigorous base for teaching, research and allied business administration. The programme has been well received in the industry and shall be serving the needs of managerial cadre in Indian Inc. The course serves the needs of academics and prepares students for research and teaching.

    Courses Outcomes

    PG-FBM-101 Organizational Behaviour
  • To understand the applicability of the concept of organizational behaviour to understand the behaviour of people in the organization.
  • Demonstrate the applicability of analysing the complexities associated with management of individual behaviour in the organization.
  • Analyse the complexities associated with management of the group behaviour in the organization.
  • Demonstrate how the organizational behaviour can integrate in understanding the motivation (why) behind behaviour of people in the organization

  • PG-FBM-102 International Economics
  • The students will be acquainted with economic concepts and models of International trade
  • Students will become aware about international trade bloc and their importance.
  • To provide an insight into a broad range of economic aspects of the European Union.
  • To allow students to have better understanding of the regional trade regimes
  • Critically comment on and participate in current debates on international economic policy.

  • PG-FBM-103 Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Identify and address common ethical issues that arise for individuals, managers, and organizations.
  • Engage in logically sound discussion about moral dilemmas using the language of business ethics.
  • Explain how organizational and cultural variables can influence ethical conduct.
  • Identify key organizational tools, policies, systems, and laws that apply to managing ethical conduct specifically in the business environment.
  • Demonstrate a multi-stakeholder perspective in viewing CSR issues
  • Compare and contrast the multiple viewpoints and trade-offs that exist in the area of CSR.

  • PG-FBM-104 Digital Marketing -Fundamentals
  • Understand the core foundation of Digital Marketing
  • Identify the role of Digital Marketing beyond brand awareness and hardcore advertising
  • Analyse key insights about customers using Google Analytics
  • Engage audience efficiently and effectively through various online tools
  • Identify skills for a better connection with the target market, boost online reputation and presence, and stay ahead of the competition.

  • PG-FBM-201 E-Commerce
  • The students will have insights to the fundamental concept of e-commerce and the importance of e-commerce in today's business environment.
  • The students can benefit from their own ecommerce website, where they can sell their own products or services.
  • Students can learn ecommerce as a flexible solution for both businesses and buyers.
  • Students will be made aware of existing problems and concerns in E-commerce.
  • Students will build the awareness towards different businesses models
  • Students will receive an overview on various issues of legal and regulatory framework and other environmental challenges related to E-commerce

  • PG-FBM-202 Research Methodology
  • Learners are expected to demonstrate an understanding of research methodologies.
  • Identify the overall process of designing a research study from its inception to the report stage.
  • Imbibe data collection, analysis, and interpretation and presentation skills at par with globally accepted standards.
  • It provides a solid foundation for development of rational problem solving skills and analytical thinking that can last throughout their education and subsequent professional careers.

  • UC-FBM -203 Strategic Management
  • To expose students to various perspectives and concepts in the field of Strategic Management
  • The course would enable the students to understand the principles of strategy formulation, implementation and control in organizations.
  • To help students develop skills for applying these concepts to the solution of business problems
  • To help students master the analytical tools of strategic management

  • PG-FBM-204 Service Marketing
  • The course will provide an overview of important components of service marketing mix.
  • The learner will have understanding of role of environment and its necessary analysis.
  • The course will develop the importance of CRM strategies in value proposition thereby facilitating customer retention and service innovation strategies.

  • PG-SBM-301 Human Resource Management
  • Learners understand the challenges and issues faced by Human Resource Manager while performing functional activities
  • Students learn skills and knowledge required to successfully implement an effective talent management system
  • Better Stress management in daily lives and organization leading high levels of performance.
  • Role of technology in recruitment, selection, career progression and other function of human resource management.
  • Learners to study the strategies induced to manage talent and engage them to the fullest

  • PG-SBM-302 Rural Marketing
  • A thorough understanding of the upcoming rural sector for marketing and distribution.
  • Knowledge about the extremely viable Bottom of the pyramid.
  • Emerging managerial initiatives and relevant frameworks in rural marketing.
  • Experiences of institutions engaged in rural marketing in the form of case studies.

  • PG-SBM-303 Entrepreneurial Management
  • Sharpen creative, innovative and problem solving skills of the learner
  • Equip the learners with life skills and prepare them to tackle failures and uncertainties
  • Overview on women and social entrepreneurship
  • Clear understanding on entrepreneurial environment and its relevance

  • PG-SBM-304 Marketing Strategies and Practices
  • The learner will gain the broad understanding of marketing practicing concepts, competition and marketing strategies.
  • The course provides an overview of competitive strategies, product, pricing, promotion strategies and emerging strategies in today’s era that will form the base for the advance application based studies.

  • PG-SBM--401 Supply Chain Management and Logistics
  • Learn logistics concepts and basic activities and recent logistics trends
  • Understand how to reduce the logistics cost to minimum by applying various techniques.
  • Gain knowledge about warehouse management
  • Design a logistics network formulate a mathematical Model
  • Explain the inventory control methods
  • Evaluate the logistics cost calculation methods

  • PG-SBM-402 Advertising and Sales Management
  • The course imparts the knowledge needed to understand the concept and relevance of Advertising and sales Management in the modern era
  • Enable learners to understand the scope and complexity of advertising creativity and sales management.
  • Gather an overview about advertising agencies, various Media, Regulatory framework of advertising, Sales force management, Structure and steps in Developing a Sales Organisation, Methods and Types of Sales Quota
  • Highlighting the role of IT in sales management.

  • PG-SBM-403 Retail Management
  • Define retail business and identify its working mechanisms
  • Explain the retail business model for brick and mortar formats in detail
  • This course provides an insight to the students regarding various issues associated with store operation, visual merchandising, merchandising, inventory management, retail sales etc

  • PG-SBM-404 Management of Business Relations
  • The course provides detailed knowledge in the field of business relationships and network management with special emphasis on relationship dynamics.
  • The learner will gain specific knowledge of managing customer relationships, supplier relationships, employee relationships and channel relationships.
  • The learner will have greater insights in customer relationship management and will understand how the use of technology in customer relationship management can bring greater value to customer and build in corporate image as course emphasizes more on E- CRM and its benefits to marketers and customers.
  • The course helps developing competencies of strategizing and developing important business relationships and managing its network.