Bachelor's Degree 2019

Brief Curriculum

The Program shall consist of 38 Courses & 2 Projects of 100 marks each.

Duration of the Program and Related Information:

  • It is a three years full time degree program consisting of six semesters.
  • The program shall consist of 38 courses (subjects) & 2 projects of 100 marks each.
  • In F.Y.B.Com. the Foundation Course is of 75 marks external examination and 25 marks internal project work.
  • A batch shall consist of not more than 120 learners in each division.
  • Total number of lectures per paper per semester for theory courses shall be maximum 60 of 48 minutes duration each.
  • A learner has to abide by all the rules laid down by the University of Mumbai regarding Attendance, Discipline, Examination etc.
  • For T.Y.B.Com. all subjetcs have 75 marks external examination and 25 marks internal examination.

FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
  1. Accountancy & Financial Management – I
  2. Commerce – I
  3. Business Economics – I
  4. Business Communication – I
  5. Environmental Studies – I
  6. Foundation Course – I
  7. Mathematical and Statistical Techniques – I
  1. Accountancy & Financial Management – II
  2. Commerce – II
  3. Business Economics – II
  4. Business Communication – II
  5. Environmental Studies – II
  6. Foundation Course – II
  7. Mathematical and Statistical Techniques – II

SECOND YEAR

THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
  1. Accountancy & Financial Management – III
  2. Financial Accounting & Auditing – V – Introduction to Management Accounting
  3. Commerce – III
  4. Business Economics – III
  5. Any One elective course offered by the College
  6. Foundation Course – III
  7. Business Law – I
  1. Accountancy & Financial Management – IV
  2. Financial Accounting & Auditing – VI – Auditing
  3. Commerce – IV
  4. Business Economics – IV
  5. Any One elective course offered by the College
  6. Foundation Course – IV
  7. Business Law – II

THIRD YEAR

FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER
  1. Financial Accounting & Auditing – VII(Financial Accounting)
  2. Financial Accounting & Auditing – VIII(Cost Accounting)
  3. Commerce – V
  4. Any One elective course offered by the College
  5. Business Economics – V
  6. Project Work – I
  1. Financial Accounting & Auditing – IX(Financial Accounting)
  2. Financial Accounting & Auditing – X(Cost Accounting)
  3. Commerce – VI
  4. Any One elective course offered by the College
  5. Business Economics – VI
  6. Project Work – II

Passing Standard & Promotions / Additional Examinations

Promotion to S.Y.B.Com. is based on following criteria:

F.Y.B.Com – SEMESTER-I

  • Passing in all subjects OR A learner is allowed to keep terms (ATKT) in a maximum of 2 subjects

F.Y.B.Com – SEMESTER-II

  • Passing in all subjects OR A learner is allowed to keep terms (ATKT) in a maximum of 2 subjects

 

Promotion to T.Y.B.Com is based on following criteria:

  • Learner must be fully passed in FIRST YEAR (Both SEM I & SEM II) and SECOND YEAR(Both SEM III & SEM IV)
  • Learner must be fully passed in FIRST YEAR (Both Semesters I & II) and Maximum of 2 ATKT in each of SECOND YEAR (SEM III and SEM IV)
  • Learner must have Maximum of 2 ATKT in each of FIRST YEAR (SEM I and SEM II) and fully passed in SECOND YEAR (Both Semesters III & IV)

Summary:

Student has to COMPULSORILY PASS EITHER FIRST YEAR (SEM I AND SEM II) fully OR SECOND YEAR (SEM III and SEM IV) fully.

Note: ATKT’s in Sem I and (Sem III or Sem IV) OR ATKT’s in Sem II and (Sem III or Sem IV)are referred as Cross KT’s. In such a case the learner shall not get admission in THIRD YEAR.

Brief Curriculum

The Program shall consist of 38 Courses & 2 Projects of 100 marks each.

Duration of the Program and Related Information:

  • It is a three years full time degree program consisting of six semesters.
  • The program shall consist of 38 courses (subjects) & 2 projects of 100 marks each.
  • Each course consists of 75 marks external examination and 25 marks iternal examination.
  • The Foundation Course and Information Technology (IT) is of 75 marks external examination and 25 marks internal project work.
  • A batch shall consist of not more than 60 learners in each division.
  • Total number of lectures per paper per semester for theory courses shall be maximum 60 of 48 minutes duration each.
  • A learner has to abide by all the rules laid down by the University of Mumbai regarding Attendance, Discipline, Examination etc.

FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
  1. Introduction to Financial Accounts
  2. Business Law
  3. Business Statistics
  4. Business Communication – I
  5. Foundation Course – I
  6. Foundation of Human Skills
  7. Business Economics – I
  1. Principals of Marketing
  2. Industrial Law
  3. Business Mathematics
  4. Business Communication – II
  5. Foundation Course – II (Value Education & Soft Skill)
  6. Business Environment
  7. Principals of Management

SECOND YEAR – Finance

THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
  1. Introduction to Cost Accounting
  2. Any One elective course offered by the College
  3. Information Technology in Business Management I
  4. Environmental Management
  5. Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management
  6. Accounting for Managerial Decisions
  7. Strategic Management
  1. Auditing
  2. Any One elective course offered by the College
  3. Information Technology in Business Management II
  4. Business Economics II
  5. Business Research Methods
  6. Ethics & Governance
  7. Production & Total Quality Management

SECOND YEAR – Marketing

THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
  1. Advertising
  2. Any One elective course offered by the College
  3. Information Technology in Business Management I
  4. Environmental Management
  5. Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management
  6. Accounting for Managerial Decisions
  7. Strategic Management
  1. Integrated Marketing Communication
  2. Any One elective course offered by the College
  3. Information Technology in Business Management II
  4. Business Economics II
  5. Business Research Methods
  6. Ethics & Governance
  7. Production & Total Quality Management

THIRD YEAR – Finance

FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER
  1. Any Four elective courses offered by the College
  2. Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  3. Project Work – I
  1. Any Four elective courses offered by the College
  2. Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  3. Project Work – I

THIRD YEAR – Marketing

FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER
  1. Any Four elective courses offered by the College
  2. Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  3. Project Work – I
  1. Any Four elective courses offered by the College
  2. Operation Research
  3. Project Work – I

Passing Standard & Promotions / Additional Examinations

Promotion to S.Y.BMS is based on following criteria:

F.Y.BMS – SEMESTER-I

  • Passing in all subjects OR A learner is allowed to keep terms (ATKT) in a maximum of 2 subjects

F.Y.BMS – SEMESTER-II

  • Passing in all subjects OR A learner is allowed to keep terms (ATKT) in a maximum of 2 subjects

Promotion to T.Y.BMS is based on following criteria:

  • Learner must be fully passed in FIRST YEAR (Both SEM I & SEM II) and SECOND YEAR(Both SEM III & SEM IV)
  • Learner must be fully passed in FIRST YEAR (Both Semesters I & II) and Maximum of 2 ATKT in each of SECOND YEAR (SEM III and SEM IV)
  • Learner must have Maximum of 2 ATKT in each of FIRST YEAR (SEM I and SEM II) and fully passed in SECOND YEAR (Both Semesters III & IV)

Summary:

Student has to COMPULSORILY PASS EITHER FIRST YEAR (SEM I AND SEM II) fully OR SECOND YEAR (SEM III and SEM IV) fully.

Note: ATKT’s in Sem I and (Sem III or Sem IV) OR ATKT’s in Sem II and (Sem III or Sem IV)are referred as Cross KT’s. In such a case the learner shall not get admission in THIRD YEAR.

Brief Curriculum

The Program shall consist of 38 Courses & 2 Projects of 100 marks each.

Duration of the Program and Related Information:

  • It is a three years full time degree program consisting of six semesters.
  • The program shall consist of 38 courses (subjects) & 2 projects of 100 marks each.
  • Each course consists of 75 marks external examination and 25 marks iternal examination.
  • The Foundation Course and Information Technology (IT) is of 75 marks external examination and 25 marks internal project work.
  • A batch shall consist of not more than 60 learners in each division.
  • Total number of lectures per paper per semester for theory courses shall be maximum 60 of 48 minutes duration each.
  • A learner has to abide by all the rules laid down by the University of Mumbai regarding Attendance, Discipline, Examination etc.

FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
  1. Financial Accounting – I (Elements of Financial Accounting)
  2. Cost Accounting – I (Introduction and Element of Cost)
  3. Financial Management – I (Introduction to Financial Management)
  4. Business Communication – I
  5. Foundation Course – I
  6. Commerce – I (Business Environment)
  7. Business Economics – I
  1. Financial Accounting – II(Special Accounting Areas)
  2. Auditing – I(Introduction and Planning)
  3. Taxation – I(Indirect Taxes I)
  4. Business Communication – II
  5. Foundation Course – II
  6. Business Law – I(Business Regulatory Framework)
  7. Business Mathematics

SECOND YEAR

THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
  1. Financial Accounting – III (Special Accounting Areas)
  2. Cost Accounting – II (Methods of Costing)
  3. Any One elective course offered by the College
  4. Information Technology in Accountancy – I
  5. Commerce – II (Financial Market Operations)
  6. Business Law – II (Business Regulatory Framework
  7. Business Economics – II
  1. Financial Accounting – IV (Special Accounting Areas)
  2. Management Accounting – I (Introduction to Management Accounting)
  3. Any One elective course offered by the College
  4. Information Technology in Accountancy – II
  5. Management – I (Introduction to Management)
  6. Business Law – III (Company law)
  7. Research Methodology in Accounting & Finance

THIRD YEAR

FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER
  1. Any Four elective courses offered by the College
  2. Management (Management Applications)-II
  3. Project Work – I
  1. Any Four elective courses offered by the College
  2. Economics (Indian Economy) – III
  3. Project – II

Passing Standard & Promotions / Additional Examinations

Promotion to S.Y.BAF is based on following criteria:

F.Y.BAF – SEMESTER-I

  • Passing in all subjects OR A learner is allowed to keep terms (ATKT) in a maximum of 2 subjects

F.Y.BAF – SEMESTER-II

  • Passing in all subjects OR A learner is allowed to keep terms (ATKT) in a maximum of 2 subjects

Promotion to T.Y.BAF is based on following criteria:

  • Learner must be fully passed in FIRST YEAR (Both SEM I & SEM II) and SECOND YEAR(Both SEM III & SEM IV)
  • Learner must be fully passed in FIRST YEAR (Both Semesters I & II) and Maximum of 2 ATKT in each of SECOND YEAR (SEM III and SEM IV)
  • Learner must have Maximum of 2 ATKT in each of FIRST YEAR (SEM I and SEM II) and fully passed in SECOND YEAR (Both Semesters III & IV)

Summary:

Student has to COMPULSORILY PASS EITHER FIRST YEAR (SEM I AND SEM II) fully OR SECOND YEAR (SEM III and SEM IV) fully.

Note: ATKT’s in Sem I and (Sem III or Sem IV) OR ATKT’s in Sem II and (Sem III or Sem IV)are referred as Cross KT’s. In such a case the learner shall not get admission in THIRD YEAR.