Master of Commerce [M.Com.]

It is a Two Year Integrated Programme - Four Semesters Course. Under Choice Based Credit, Grading and Semester System

Eligibility : A learner for being eligible for admission to the Post Graduate Programme i.e. Master of Commerce, shall have passed the examination for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce (three years/Six Semester integrated course) or the degree B.Com. (Old Course) or the other Semester based Programmes i.e. Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) or Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance) or Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) or Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.) of this University, or an examination of any other University recognized as equivalent there.

No. of Seats : 60 Seats

M.Com I

(To be implemented from Academic Year- 2016-2017)

  No. of Courses   Semester I   Credits   No. of Courses   Semester II   Credits
1
  Core Courses (CC)
1
  Core Courses (CC)
1.  
  Strategic Management   06
1.  
  Research Methodology for Business   06
2.  
  Economics for Business Decisions   06
2.  
  Macro Economics concepts and Applications   06
3.  
  Cost and Management Accounting   06
3.  
  Corporate Finance   06
4.  
  Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility   06
4.  
  E-Commerce   06
 
Total Credits  
  24  
Total Credits  
  24

M.Com II

(To be implemented from Academic Year- 2017-2018)

  No. of Courses   Semester I   Credits   No. of Courses   Semester II   Credits
1
  Elective Courses (EC)
1
  Elective Courses (EC)
1,2 and 3  
  *Any one group of courses from the following list of the courses
  (Group – A/B/C/D/E)
  18
1,2 and 3  
  **Any one group of courses from the following list of the courses
  (Group – A/B/C/D/E)
  18
2  
 ✓ Project Work
2  
  ✓ Project Work
4.  
  Project Work - I   06
4.  
  Project Work - II   06
 
Total Credits  
  24  
Total Credits  
  24

✓ Note : Project work is considered as a special course involving application of knowledge in solving/ analyzing/ exploring a real life situation/ difficult problem. Project work would be of 06 credits. A project work may be undertaken in any area of Elective Courses

  1   *List of group of Elective Courses (EC)
  for Semester III (Any Three out of Five)
  1   ** List of group of Elective Courses (EC)
  for Semester IV (Any Three out of Five)
  Group A : Advanced Accounting, Corporate Accounting and Financial Management
1.
  Advanced Financial Accounting   06
1.
  Advanced Auditing   06
2.
  Corporate Financial Accounting   06
2.
  Indirect Tax   06
3.
  (Skill based) : Financial Management   06
3.
  International Financial Reporting Standards   06
4.
  Direct Tax   06
4.
  Personal Financial Planning   06  
5.
  Financial Services   06
5.
  Financial Journalism   06
  Group B : Business Studies (Management)
  1.   Human Resource Management   06   1.   Supply chain management and logistics   06
 2.   Rural Marketing   06   2.   Advertising and sales Management   06
  3.   Entrepreneurial Management   06   3.   Retail Management   06
  4.   Marketing Strategies and practices   06   4.   Tourism Management   06
  5.   Organizational Behaviour   06   5.   Management of Business Relations   06
  Group C : Banking & Finance
  1.   Banking Law and Practices   06   1.   Cooperative Banking System   06
  2.  (Skill based) Legal framework of banking   06   2.   Financial Institutions and Markets   06
  3.   Commercial Bank Management   06   3.   Accounting and Auditing of Banking  06
  4.   Investment Management Analysis   06   4.   International Finance   06
  5.   Financial Risk Management   06   5.   Financial Services   06
  Group D : E-Commerce
  1.   Database Management System   06   1.   E-Commerce Security and Law   06
  2.   Internet & Web-Designing (skill based)   06   2.   Advance technology for E-Commerce   06
  3.   Network Infrastructure and Payment System   06   3.   Management Information System   06
  4.   Logistic & supply chain Management in E-Commerce   06   4.   Digital Marketing   06
  5.   Business Models in E-Commerce & ICT Applications   06   5.   International Business, Law and Taxation   06
  Group E : Business Economics
  1.   Economics of Growth and Development   06   1.   Urban Economics   06
  2.   Applied Econometrics   06   2.   Entrepreneurship and family business   06
  3.   Agriculture Economics   06   3.   Indian Financial system   06
  4.   Monetary Economics   06   4.   International Economics   06
  5.   Industrial Economics   06   5.   Economics of Services   06
  Note: Group selected in Semester III will continue in Semester IV