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Name of Degree Awarded Duration Eligibility Criteria Total Seats
Bachelor of Commerce 3 Years Programme 10+2 in any stream from a Recognized Board 60

About the Programme

After completing 12th, students usually opt B.Com. for improvement in knowledge & Skill in the area of accounting and finance. It is an undergraduate degree in commerce and related subjects. This course is designed to provide students with a wide range of managerial skills and understanding in streams like finance, accounting, taxation and management. The academic framework of this course includes various industry projects, industry internship, industry certifications, and practical experience in the world of commerce.

Our Offerings

Institute organizes seminars and workshops related to Capital Markets, Banking and Insurance Industry by the experts of industry so that the students get practical knowledge. As the requirement of the Industry and Higher Studies we provide language skill, aptitude and personality development classes so that it can help the students in cracking the interviews. We provide various skill development courses and certification in MS-Office, Tally, SPSS and Accounting Software’s etc to give the students an edge over the others.



PO1: Develop progressive affective domain, development of values, the role of accounting in society and business.

PO2: Understand the conceptual knowledge of accounting and acquire skills of maintaining accounts acquire entrepreneurial, legal and managerial skills.

PO3: Program will develop the ability to think critically and independently translating into a well-developed personal value system.

PO4: Skilled in the use of computer systems and software used in commerce and business through practical assignments, exercises and demonstrations.

PO5: Enables learners to get theoretical and practical exposure in the commerce sector which includes Accounts, Commerce, Marketing, Management, Economics, Environment etc.

PO6: Develop ability to communicate effectively both in terms of business as well as social interaction.

PO7: Apply basic mathematical and statistical skills necessary for analysis of a range of problems in economics, actuarial studies, accounting, marketing, management and finance.

PO8: Acquire the skills of effective communication, decision making, and problem solving in day-to-day business affairs.

PO9: Acquire practical skills to work as tax consultant, cost accountant, audit assistant and other financial supporting services.

PO10: Strengthens their capacities in varied areas of commerce and industry aiming towards holistic development of learners.

PO11: Encourage the students to advance a range of generic skills helpful in employment, internships, and social activities.

PO12: Appreciate importance of working independently and in a team.

  1. Com (Hons.) I Year

Course: Financial Accounting

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Explain the purpose of double entry system to understanding the accounting system properly. Record journal entries accordingly and Prepare ledger accounts using double entry bookkeeping. Preparation of trial balance, Types of Cash Books and to understand the aspects of Accounting Standards in modern scenario.

CO2: Preparation final accounts & Bank reconciliation statement from incomplete statement. To understand the aspects of depreciation accounting as per AS-6 & its needs. Prepare final accounts from incomplete records.

CO3: To understand the law & accounting regarding Insolvency. To understand the scope of departmental accounting.

CO4: To familiarize the concept of Branch account and its system. Enable the students to understand partnership account from admission to dissolution including Insolvency & Conversion of firm into company.

Course: Business Mathematics

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Have basic knowledge in the areas of business calculus and financial mathematics.

CO2: Apply the knowledge in mathematics (Set theory, percentage, ratio- proportion, averages) in solving business problems.

CO3: Be able to work with simple and compound interest, annuities, trade discounts, true discount, and banker’s discount problems in various situations and use correct mathematical terminology.

CO4: Be able to understand and use Simultaneous equations and Quadratic equations in a variety of contexts.


Course: Principles of Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Identify and evaluate social responsibility and ethical issues involved in business situations.

CO2: Evaluate leadership styles to anticipate the consequences of each leadership style.

CO3: Practice the process of management’s functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling etc.

CO4: Explain the basic control process and monitoring points and describe the different levels and types of control.

Course: Business Organization and Communication

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To understand the concepts of the business, organization and the various forms of organization.

CO2: To understand the promotion of business and its stages.

CO3: To make them understand the merits and demerits of multinational corporation

CO4: To explain them modern forms of communication like fax, Emails, video conferencing etc.

Course: Managerial Economics

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Learn how to techniques and theories of managerial economics can be used to explain how firms and consumers behave.

CO2: To integrate the basic concept of economics with tools of mathematics and statistics in order to analyze and make optimal business decision.

CO3: Understand the internal and external decision to be made by managers.

CO4: Understand different cost of production and how they affect short and long run decision.

Course: Macro Economics

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Learning how to use economic models, mathematics in common economic application.

CO2: Understanding the society’s trade – off by using production possibilities.

CO3: Learn to calculate other elasticity   using common economic variables.

CO4: Learn critique of the unemployment rate measure of the problem and differentiate between different types of unemployment.

Course: Hindi Language and Moral Values

Course Outcomes (COs):

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Course: English Language

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1. The course of English allows student to develop new ideas and ethical view point. Studying English course enriches their LSWR skills and it’s an eye opening for students and society.

CO2. Vocabulary building is the foundation of language, collection of words makes right impact on spoken and written language. Vocabulary is a key for successful communication.

CO3. This will help students to understand the rules of English language. Grammar lays the basics and correctness of English language.

CO4. This course enhances the writing skills and develops students to comprehend their writing and reading skills.


Course: Entrepreneurship

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understanding basic concepts in the area of entrepreneurship, the role and   importance of entrepreneurship for economic development, developing personal creativity.

CO2: Understanding the stages of the entrepreneurial process and the resources needed for the successful development of entrepreneurial ventures.

CO3: Understanding the basics of Entrepreneurship and real life issues therein

CO4: Understanding Application of Theoretical concepts into practice while facing business problems. Contributes in Developing Reasoning and Analytical ability to foster Decision Making.

  1. Com (Hons.) II Year

Course: Corporate Accounting

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Able to understand the procedure of Issue of Shares & Debentures and its redemption.

CO2: Helps to give an exposure to the Final Accounts of Companies and distribution of Profit & Loss of Pre-Incorporation and Post Incorporation.

CO3: Gain knowledge about Valuation of Shares and Goodwill & got an idea of Liquidation of Companies.

CO4: Able to understand the knowledge of Holding & Subsidiary Company and learned accounting procedure for Amalgamation and Reconstruction.

Course: Advanced Accounting and Practices

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Explain the objectives of not-for-profit organizations, banking and insurance company and account for these organizations.

CO2: Describe the financial reporting objectives for government and discuss the reporting issues relevant to government.

CO3: Demonstrate the ability to assess a situation, identify issues and alternatives, and provide a recommendation using advanced accounting knowledge and ethical professional judgment.

CO4: Develop competency in advanced accounting procedures in preparation for a professional career in accounting.

Course: Marketing Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To develop an idea about marketing and its functions. To understand the marketing concept in modern business environment. To enhance the students on consumer behavior.

CO2: To deputize the concept of market segmentation & its importance. To familiarize students about product and its classifications.

CO3: To make them understand pricing policies. Getting acquainted with the distribution channels & its types.

CO4: To understand the aspects of Sales Promotion & its need. To introduce the concept of personal selling & functions of salesman. To enhance the students on Public relation & its signification.

Course: Financial Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: This course is designed to enhance the understanding of the fundamental concepts of finance including time value, capital budgeting and the cost of capital, working capital management.

CO2: To enable the students to understand the importance of the subject through analysis and interpretation of financial statements & Application of Various Calculative Tools.

CO3: Apply financial management concepts and tools to the decisions faced by a manager in investment decisions.

CO4: Apply financial management concepts and tools to the financing decisions and dividend decisions faced by the firm.

Course: Public Finance 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Be able to understand the concept of public and private finance.

CO2: Identify the types of public needs, classify public revenues and expenditures through the budget and to analyze the instruments and objectives of budgetary policy.

CO3: Argue the theoretical basis of public expenditures and to analyze their types and economic effects.

CO4: Discuss current public policy, Centre State relationship, key issues and challenges in fiscal policy in a particular country context.


Course: Advanced Statistics

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Be statistically and numerically literate.

CO2: Have statistical concepts such as statistical collection, species characteristics, statistical series, tabular and graphical representation of data.

CO3: Be able independently to calculate basic statistical parameters (mean, measures of dispersion, correlation coefficient, indexes etc.

CO4: Be able to understand statistical concepts to include measurements of location and dispersion, probability, probability distributions, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression, and correlation analysis, regression coefficients and their properties.

Course: Hindi Language and Moral Values

Course Outcomes (COs):

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Course: English Language

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: The course of English allows student to develop new ideas and ethical view point. Studying English course enriches their LSWR skills and it will help students to update and increase their vocabulary and sentence formation pertaining to all walks of life.

CO2: Students will be able to form the sentence grammatically correct by following the rules and concepts of grammar pertaining to tenses, articles, nouns, pronoun, determiners and verbs.

CO3: Students will be able to comprehend and write an essay in a proper structure –Introduction, main body and the conclusion. They will be able to compose different types of formal and informal letters. While writing letter students adopt different strategies so that the letter serves the intended purpose and is not misunderstood.

CO4: Students will be able to achieve the goal of perfect translation by getting proficiency at both the source language and the target language.  They differentiate between sense translation and literal translation.

Course: Environmental Science

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand the natural environment as a system and how human enterprise affects that system.

CO2: An environmental studies course advances a student’s knowledge in a variety of current issues such as energy, pollution and environmental awareness.

CO3: Course covers how to evaluate and address environmental problems and environmental studies Include Forest ecology, energy efficiency in buildings. Sustainable practices, harnessing eco- friendly power sources and political ecology.

CO4: Object of course is to address the role of regulation on environment, how social & economic conditions affect ecological issues & major environmental challenges.

  1. Com (Hons.) III Year

Course: Banking Law and Practice

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Critically understand the concept, principals of banking tools.

CO2: Understand the various features and functions of Indian banking system.

CO3: Understand the banking industry in India and its importance towards the sustainable economic development and recent developments in banking industry.

CO4: Analyze the various types of risk faced by banks and implication of Basel framework to manage the same.

Course: Management and Cost Accounting

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Apply managerial accounting and its objectives in a way that demonstrates a clear understanding of ethical responsibilities

CO2: Apply and analyze different types of activity-based management tools through the preparation of estimates.

CO3: Analyze cost-volume-profit techniques to determine optimal managerial decisions.

CO4: Prepare a master budget and demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the components and prepare analyses of various special decisions, using relevant costing and benefits.

Course: Income Tax Law and Practice

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To provide students with a working knowledge of the fundamental tax principles and rules that applies to commonly encountered transactions undertaken by individuals.

CO2: To know the process of determined residential status.

CO3: Understanding of Heads and types of income.

CO4: Analyze the assessment procedure and representation before appropriate authorities under the law.


Course: Human Resource Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To make the students aware of the various concepts, process and practices of HRD in the present corporate world.

CO2: To enable the students to work as a catalyst who can enhance cordial work relations in an organization.

CO3:  To understand the concept of work-life balance along with their career advancement.

CO4:  To develop a holistic approach towards culturally diverse employees.

Course: Research Methodology

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand research terminology.

CO2: Be aware of the ethical principles of research, ethical challenges and approval processes.

CO3: Describe quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods approaches to research.

CO4: Identify the components of a literature review process, critically analyze published research.

Course: Goods & Service Tax and Custom Duty

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: The students will understand the meaning, necessity & advantages of the Goods & Service Tax.

CO2: The students will get familiar with the registration procedure and requirements and levy of taxation in GST.

CO3: The students will get the knowledge about the classification of goods & calculation of taxable value of the goods.

CO4: The students will get familiar with the composition provisions & the eligibility rules to opt this.

CO5: The students will understand the advantage of Input Tax Credit & Provisions for availing it.


Course: Hindi Language and Moral Values

Course Outcomes (COs):

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CO2: orZeku nkSj vuqla/kku dk gS] vr% Hkk”kk ds Nk= uSfrd ewY; vkSj Hkk”kk ds ek/;e ls vusd y{;ksa dh izkfIr dj ik;saxsA

CO3: fo?kkFkhZ  dks Kku lEiUu cukus ds vfrfjdrk ;qDr ] mRrjnkf;Ro iw.kZ cukus ds lkFk & lkFk thfodksiktZu esa l{ke o laizs”k.k dkS’ky ;qDr cukuk gS A

CO4:   fo’o ds izeq[k /keZ tSls & fgUnw tSu ckS/k flD[k bZlkbZ bZLyke ls ifjfpr gksdj Hkkoh jk”V esa ,drk dh Hkkouk LFkkfir dj ldsaxsA

Course: English Language

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1:  To understand the use of English language.

CO2: To learn the basic grammar and enhance writing skills.

CO3: Students would be able to understand answer all the questions related to prose and poetry.

CO4: Helps to understand resume drafting of individual students.

Course: Basics of Computer and Information Technology

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understanding the basic concept and features of computer system, development of Information Technologies in Business Organizations.

CO2: To gain knowledge about various software tools and their applications.

CO3: Understand the role of computer levels languages, operating system.

CO4: Understand to deal with peripheral devices between Hardware and Software, also to gain   knowledge about data base management system in organized manner.


*As Per New Education Policy (NEP-2020)

Course: C1-COMA1T- Financial Accounting 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Acquire conceptual knowledge of basics of accounting.

CO2: Identify events that need to be recorded in the accounting records.

CO3: Develop the skill of recording financial transactions and preparation of reports in accordance with GAAP.

CO4: Describe the role of accounting information and its limitations.

CO5: Equip with the knowledge of accounting process and preparation off in a accounts

          of sole trade.

CO6: Identify and analyze the reasons for the difference between cashbook and pass book balances.

CO7: Recognize circumstances providing for increased exposure to errors and frauds.

Course: C1-COMA2T- Business Regulatory Framework

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To provide the students with practical legal knowledge of general business laws issues.

CO2: To understand the essentials of a valid contract, the laws of the act, consideration and the various modes of discharge of a contract.

CO3: To explain the various laws with regard to the Sale of Goods and Performance of a Sale Contract and remedial measures.

CO4: To familiarize the students with the various law with regard to Consumer protection in India and the functions of various Consumer forums.

CO5: To understand the meaning and various legislations with regard to the Cyber Laws.

Course: C1-COMA2T- Business Organization and Communication

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand the basics of the business and student will be able to imbibe how

           any business can be organized successfully.

CO2: Students shall be able to elucidate how communication plays an important role in

          the modern business scenario.

Course: C1-COMB1T- Business Mathematics

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To apply basic terms of integration in solving practical problems field of as of business. To explain basic methods of business calculus, types and methods of interest account and their basic applications in practice.

CO2: To solve problems in the areas of business calculus and simple and compound interest account, use of compound interest account, loan and consumer credit.

CO3: To discuss effects of various types and methods of interest account.

CO4: Connect acquired knowledge and skills with practical problems in economic practice.

Course: V1-COM-FINT – Financial Services and Insurance

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand the functions of Banking and Insurance Services.

CO2: Know about and able to perform various financial services such as Banking, Investment Advisory, Wealth Management, Mutual Funds, Insurance Consultancy, Stock market, capital Restructuring, Portfolio management etc.

CO3: Enhances knowledge about the legal and regulatory aspects of banking and Insurance. .

CO4: Aware about the financial derivatives.

CO5: Develop skills to work in financial and insurance services.

Course: X1-FCHB1T- English Language and Indian Culture  

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Prepare for various competitive exams by developing their English language competence.

CO2: Promote their comprehension skills by being exposed to a variety of texts and their interpretations.

CO3: Build and enhance their vocabulary.

CO4: Develop their communication skills by strengthening grammar and usages.

CO5: Inculcate values which make them aware of national heritage and environmental issues, making them responsible citizens.

Course: X1-FCAC1T- Environmental Education  

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To understand various aspects of life forms, ecological processes, and the impacts on them by human during Anthropocene era.

CO2: To build capabilities to identify relevant environmental issues, analyze various  underlying causes, evaluate the practices and policies, and develop framework to make informed decision.

CO3: To develop empathy for life forms, awareness and responsibility towards environmental protection and nature preservation.

CO4: To develop critical thinking for shaping strategies such as: scientific, social, economic, administrative and legal environmental protection, conservation of biodiversity, environmental equity and sustainable development.

CO5: To prepare for the competitive exams.

Course: X1-FCEA1T- Language and Culture

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: उत्कृष्ट साहित्यिक पाठों के अध्ययन से रूचि का विकास करना।

CO2: सांस्कृतिक चेतना और राष्ट्रीय भावना का विकास करना।

CO3: भाषा ज्ञान।

CO4: सामान्य शब्दावली और विशेष शबदावली के अध्ययन द्वारा भाषा एवं संस्कृति बोध का विकास


CO5: विशिष्ट शब्दावली (बीज शब्द/की वर्ड) से परिचित करवाते हुए बोध क स्टार को विकसित


CO6: प्रतियोगी परिक्षाओं हेतु तैयार करना।

Course: A1-YOSC1F- Yoga and Meditation  

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: After studying this course, students will be able to take care of their own physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual health.


*As Per New Education Policy (NEP-2020)

Course: C2-COMA1T- Corporate Accounting

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: An understanding of the regulatory environment in which companies are formed and operate.

CO2: A solid foundation in accounting and reporting requirements of Corporations Act and Accounting Standards.

CO3: Describe the rationale, merits, and demerits of issuing bonus share for a company.

CO4: Prepare financial statements (Profit & Loss Account, Balance Sheet etc. using online software.

CO5: Prepare balance sheet after internal reconstruction of companies.

CO6: Analyze the case study of major amalgamations of companies in India.

CO7: Describe the process of e-filing of annual reports of companies.

Course: C2-COMA2T- Cost Accounting

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Know the principles, concepts, benefits, utility of cost accounting.

CO2: In the vent of setting up of your own company, being self-sufficient in cost accounting, student will be able to acquire knowledge of the methods of material issue, control and labour payment.

CO3: Will be expert in finding out unit cost, finding tender price, finding contract cost and finding profit.

CO4: Develop decision making ability through marginal cost analysis, standard cost analysis.

CO5: Will be able to get employment as a cost analyst in small, big business houses.


Course: C2-COMB2T- Business Statistics

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Apply a basic knowledge of statistics to business disciplines.

CO2: Develop the ability to analyze and interpret data to provide meaningful information to assist in management decision making activities.

CO3: Apply appropriate graphical and numerical descriptive statistics for different types of data.

CO4: Apply probability rules and concepts relating to discrete and continuous random variables to answer questions within a business context.

CO5: Explain and interpret a variety of hypothesis tests to aid decision making in a business context.

CO6: Use simple/multiple regression models to analyze the underlying relationships between the variables.

Course: C2-COME2T – Financial Market Operations

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand the role and importance of the Indian financial market. Strengthen their grammar and vocabulary.

CO2: Apply and analyze the concepts relevant to the Indian Financial Markets and financial institutions.

CO3: Understand and analyze the mechanics and regulation of financial instruments and determine how the value of stocks, bonds, and securities are calculated.

CO4: Evaluate empirical evidence of the market performance and according the role of regulatory authorities to develop the financial market.

CO5: Research and analyze specific problems or issues related to financial markets  and institutions.

CO6: To gain comprehensive knowledge of investors’ protection.

CO7: To evaluate the challenges faced by the regulators in financial service industry.


Course: X2-FCHB1T- English Language and Indian Culture  

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Strengthen their grammar and vocabulary.

CO2: Acquire and develop Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills.

CO3: Learn to think creatively and critically.

Course: X2-FCAC1T- Entrepreneurship Development   

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand basics of entrepreneurship and small business management.

CO2: Helps in building the skills, framework and knowledge of entrepreneurship and new venture creation.

CO3: Helps students in understanding the importance of the planning process and  learn how to develop, write and present an effective business plans for a new venture.

Course: X2-FCEA1T- Language and Culture

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: भारतीय ज्ञान परंपरा से विद्यार्थियों को अवगत एवं लाभान्वित करना।

CO2: उत्कृष्ट साहित्यिक पाठों के अध्ययन से रूचि का विकास करना।

CO3: सांस्कृतिक चेतना और राष्ट्रीय भावना का विकास करना।

CO4: भाषा ज्ञान।

CO5: सामान्य शब्दावली और विशेष शबदावली के अध्ययन द्वारा भाषा एवं संस्कृति बोध का विकास करना।

CO6: विशिष्ट शब्दावली (बीज शब्द/की वर्ड ) से परिचित करवाते हुए बोध क स्टार को विकसित करना।


Course: Women Empowerment

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand the history, concept and various dimensions of women empowerment in India.

CO2: Understand the constitutional provisions, laws and policies related to women   empowerment.

CO3: Get knowledge of various issues, challenges and agencies supporting women empowerment. With this, student will be able to get acquainted with the glory story of the powerful women leadership of India.

CO4: Present study related to women empowerment will provide employment opportunities to the students in government, private and non-government organizations.

Career Prospects

The Bachelor of Commerce degree is designed to provide students with a wide range of managerial skills, while at the same time building competence in a particular area of business. Students are exposed to general business principles, taking courses in accounting, finance, business management, human resources, statistics, marketing, and Economics, Accounting & Finance, Marketing, Taxation, Computer Applications & E- Business. Highly educated and experienced.