M.Com.

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The institution is offering two year (Four semesters) M.Com. program since 2006 – 2007 in the Management group. The in-take capacity is of 80 students per semester.

M.Com. students at our institution enjoy personal one – to – one contact with all teachers and personal attention from them. They also have access to the teacher off – campus for academic purpose and guidance. We are reputed to have one of the most approachable and helpful teaching staff as per feedback of students.

The M.Com. program has an examination pattern consisting of 60 marks written examination and 40 marks of internal assessment (test) for each subject. There is also a 100 marks project in Semester III and IV Semester along with viva – voce. M. Com. students are free to utilize the free ‘E-Corner’ facility for preparing their assignments, in the library (consisting of four broadband internet enabled computers, exclusively for students).

For any suggestions, grievance or complaints, please do not hesitate to approach the teacher concerned, the Co-ordinator Prof. Rajesh Dharawat, or the Principal. You may also utilise the Suggestion Box installed in front of the Principal’s Office for the same.

M.COM. I
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
1.1 Economics for Business Decisions 2.1 Research Methodology for Business
1.2 Strategic Management 2.2 Macro Economics Concepts & Applications
1.3 Cost and Management Accounting 2.3 Corporate Finance
1.4 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility 2.4 E-commerce

M.COM. II
THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
3.1 Human Resources Management 4.1 Advertising and Sales Management
3.2 Entrepreneurial Management 4.2 Retail Management
3.3 Marketing Strategies and Practices 4.3 Management of Business Relations
3.4 Project Work (on any of the above subjects) 4.4 Project Work (on any of the above subjects)
Please Note: As per current rules, students who have not fully passed Semester – I and II are not eligible to appear for Semester IV. However, for the past two Academic Years, the University has made an exception to this rule.