B.A.F.

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About the Course:

The course of the B.Com. (Accounting & Finance) has an emphasis in the area of Accounts, Cost Accounting, Financial Management, Direct and Indirect Taxes. The education helps the students to have a deep and specialized knowledge. Which further helps in professional courses like C.A., CS and ICWA. Various seminars and guest lectures are conducted by the college to give practical experience to the students by expert professionals.

Eligibility:

XII or equivalent examination, securing a minimum of 45% aggregate (in case of an applicant from Open Category) and 40% in case of a candidate from Reserved Category from Commerce and Science Stream.

The candidate should have passed in one and the same sitting.

Course Structure :

The course shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be six semesters spread over 3 years.

FIRST YEAR B.COM. (ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE)
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
1.1 Financial Accounting – I 2.1 Financial Accounting – II
1.2 Cost Accounting – I 2.2 Auditing – I
1.3 Economics – I 2.3 Indirect Taxes – I
1.4 Commerce – I 2.4 Business Communication – II
1.5 Financial Management – I 2.5 Business Law – I
1.6 Business Communication – I 2.6 Foundation Course – II
1.7 Foundation Course – I 2.7 Business Mathematics

SECOND YEAR B.COM. (ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE)
THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
3.1 Financial Accounting – III 4.1 Financial Accounting – IV
3.2 Cost Accounting – II 4.2 Management Accounting
3.3 Taxation – II (Direct Tax Paper – I) 4.3 Taxation – III
3.4 Information Technology in Accountancy – I 4.4 Information Technology in Accountancy – II
3.5 Business Law – II 4.5 Business Law – II
3.6 Business Economics – II 3.6 Research Methodology in Accounting and Finance
3.7 Foundation Course in Commerce 3.7 Foundation Course in Management – IV

THIRD YEAR B.COM. (ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE)
FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER
5.1 Management Application 6.1 Economics
5.2 Project Work – I 6.2 Project Work- II
ELECTIVE SUBJECTS
5.3 Financial Accounting – V 6.3 Financial Accounting -VI
5.4 Cost Accounting – III 6.4 Cost Accounting – IV
5.5 Financial Management – II 6.5 Financial Management -III
5.6 Taxation Paper-IV (Indirect Tax) (CGST) 6.6 Taxation Paper-V (Indirect Tax) (IGST)
Scheme of Examination:

The course will have six semesters conducted on the revised pattern using Credit Based Semester System and Grading pattern. All examinations will be conducted by the University of Mumbai. Each subject in all semester will be evaluated for 100 marks which is bifurcated as 75 marks written examination & 25 marks internal evaluation in which minimum of 30 marks in external & 10 marks in internal is required to pass a subject.

Industrial Visit:

2010 – 11 Chandigarh – Kulu – Manali
2011 – 12 Goa & Hyderabad
2012 – 13 Kolad
2013 – 14 Udaipur – Mount Abu
2014 – 15 Delhi – Chandigarh – Manali
2015 – 16 Kerala
2016 – 17 Delhi – Haridwar – Rishikesh – Dehradun – Mussoorie