Courses

B.com Part - I

B.com Part - II

B.com Part - III

 

Regulations of M. Com

 

M.Com. COURSE STRUCTURE

 

Semester-I


MC101

Management Concept and Organisational Behaviour

100 marks

MC102

Human Resource Management

100 marks

MC103

Managerial Economics

100 marks

MC104

Corporate Financial Accounting

100 marks

 

Semester-II

 

MC201

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

100 marks

MC202

Marketing Management

100 marks

MC203

Financial Management

100 marks

MC204

Statistical Discussion

100 marks

 

Semester-III

 

MC301

Corporate Legal Framework

100 marmks

MC302

Corporate Tax Planning and Management

100 marks

MC303

Strategic Management

100 marks

MC304

Research Methodology

100 marks

 

OPTIONAL GROUP-1 FINANCE AREA SEMESTER-IV

MCF401

Financial Institutions and Markets

100 marks

MCF402

Derivatives and Risk Management

100 marks

MCF403

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

100 marks

MCF404

Working Capital Management

100 marks

OPTIONAL GROUP-II MARKETING AREA

MCM401

Advertising and Sales Management

100 marks

MCM402

Marketing Research

100 marks

MCM403

International Marketing

100 marks

MCM404

Strategic Management

100 marks

OPTIONAL GROUP-III INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AREA

MCIB401

International Business Environment

100 marks

MCIB402

International Marketing

100 marks

MCIB403

Foreign Trade Policy, Procedures and Documentation

100 marks

MCIB404

International Accounting

100 marks

 

Evaluation of performance under Semester System:

 

The performance of a student in each paper will be assessed on the basis of a Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) of 30 marks and a written Examination of 70 marks at the end of each Semester.

 

The components of CIA shall be:

a) Tests and Assignments                         15 marks
b) Seminar/Quiz/Paper presentation        10 marks
c) Regularity and conduct                            05 marks

                                                             Total:   30 marks

 

The distribution of marks in the end of Written/Semester Examination shall be as follows:

a) Multiple Choice (10 questions)             10x2=20 marks
b) Short Answer Question for each of       05x04=20marks
the five units of 4 marks each
c) Long term 3 questions (out of five         03x10=30marks
questions) 10 marks
                                                                         Total:               70 marks