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Bachelor of Commerce ( General )

The Bachelor of Commerce (General) is an undergraduate degree designed to provide students with a wide range of managerial skills, while building competence in particular areas of business such as financial accounting, banking laws, corporate accounting and others. Students learn about basic theories, principles and processes involved in Commerce and Accounting. After completing this course, students can opt for M.Com. or MBA for their Master’s degree, pursue CA/CFA/ICWA or move into executive roles in the corporate sector.

Program Outcomes for B COM:
PO 1: The course provides a platform for experimental learning and grooms students towards industry specific curriculum with focused approach on specific areas which are crucial in the management of companies.
PO 2: After completing three years for Bachelors in Commerce (B.Com) program, students would gain a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of Commerce and Finance.
PO 3: The course is focused on the all-round development of the students’ personality through proper education and exposure to the vast treasure of knowledge.
PO 4: The course provides exposure to students in the latest trends in relevant branches of knowledge giving them the needed competence and creativity to face global challenges.
PO 5: Students have a plethora of choices to pursue professional courses such as CA, M.COM, MBA, CMA, ICWA, CS, CFA, etc.
PO 6: The students will be ready for employment in functional areas like accounting, taxation, banking, insurance and corporate law.
Program Specific Outcomes:

BCom (General):
PSO 1: Students will gain thorough subject skills within various disciplines of commerce, business, accounting, economics, banking, insurance finance, and auditing
PSO 2: Students will have a thorough learning and application of accounting standards in context of contemporary corporate system and legislation.
PSO 3: The course focuses on In-depth knowledge of laws relating to consumers, employees, tax and companies.
PSO 4: Students will acquire the skills for analyzing and interpreting financial statements which will help them in taking financial decisions for organizations.
PSO 5: Learners will be able to recognize features and roles of businessmen, entrepreneur, managers and consultants, which will help them to possess knowledge and other soft skills required for critical decision making.
PSO 6: Students will be able to pursue their career as Financial Analyst apart from different positions in the field of accounting, taxation, banking, insurance and corporate law.

First Year

Semester 1

Course Type and Title Credit
AECC 1 – Environmental Studies 2
CC 1A – English 5
CC 2A – Second Language – Hindi, Sanskrit, Arabic, French 5
DSC 1A – Financial Accounting – I 5
DSC 2A – Business Economics 5
DSC 3A – Business Organisation 4
DSC 4A – Information Technology 4
Total 30

Semester 2

Course Type and Title Credit
AECC 2 – Gender Sensitization 2
CC 1B – English 5
CC 2B – Second Language – Hindi, Sanskrit, Arabic, French 5
DSC 1B – Financial Accounting – II 5
DSC 2B – Managerial Economics 5
DSC 3B – Principles of Management 4
DSC 4B – Foreign Trade 4
Total 30

Second Year

Semester 3

Course Type and Title Credit
SEC 1 – Principles of Insurance 2
CC 1A – English 5
CC 2A – Second Language – Hindi, Sanskrit, Arabic, French 5
DSC 1C – Advanced Accounting 5
DSC 2C – Income Tax – I 5
DSC 3C – Business Statistics – I 4
DSC 4C – Entrepreneurial Development and Business Ethics 4
Total 30

Semester 4

Course Type and Title Credit
SEC 2 – Practice of Life Insurance 2
CC 1B – English 5
CC 2B – Second Language – Hindi, Sanskrit, Arabic, French 5
DSC 1D – Corporate Accounting 5
DSC 2D – Income Tax – II 5
DSC 3D – Business Statistics – II 4
DSC 4D – Financial Statement Analysis 4
Total 30

Third Year

Semester 5

Course Type and Title Credit
SEC 3 – Practice of General Insurance 2
General Elective – I 2
DSC 1E – Cost Accounting 4
DSC 2E – Business Law 4
DSC 3E – Banking Theory and Practice 4
DSE 4E – Auditing 4
DSE1A – Computerised Accounting 5
DSE2A – Accounting Standards 5
Total 30

Semester 6

Course Type and Title Credit
SEC 4 – Regulation of Insurance Business 2
General Elective – II 2
DSC 1F – Managerial Accounting 4
DSC 2F – Company Law 4
DSC 3F – Financial Institutions and Markets 4
DSC 4F – Commerce Lab 4
DSE1B – Advanced Managerial Accounting 5
DSE2B – Advanced Corporate Accounting 5
Total 30


  • AECC   : Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course
  • SEC      :Skill Enhancement Course
  • DSC      : Discipline Specific Course
  • DSE      : Discipline Specific Elective
  • GE        : Generic Elective