Arihant Education Foundation's
Arihant College of Arts, Commerce and Science Camp Pune-01

1st Cycle

National Assessment & Accreditation Council

B.COM. DEGREE COURSE

THREE - YEAR INTEGRATED B.COM. DEGREE COURSE

The B.Com. Degree Course (Revised Structure) will consist of three Years. The first year annual examination will be held at the end of the first year. The Second Year annual examination will be held at the end of the second year. The Third annual examination will be held at the end of the third year.

Eligibility

  1. No Candidates shall be admitted to enter the First Year of the B.Com. Degree Course (Revised Structure) unless he/she has passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education Board or equivalent or University with English as a passing subject.
  2. No candidate shall be admitted to the annual examination of the First year B.Com. (Revised Structure) unless he/ she has satisfactorily kept two terms for the course at the college at the college affiliated to this University.
  3. No candidate shall be admitted to the annual examination of the Second Year unless he/she has kept two terms satisfactorily for the course at the college affiliated to this University.
  4. iv. No candidate shall be admitted to the Third year of the B.Com. Degree Course (Revised Structure) unless he/she has passed in all the papers at the First Year B.Com. Examination and has satisfactorily kept terms for the second year and also two terms for the third year of B.Com. Satisfactorily in a college affiliated to this University.
A) A.T.K.T. Rules :

As far as A.T.K.T. is concerned, a student who fails in two theories and one practical head of passing at F.Y.B.Com may be admitted to S.Y.B.Com likewise a student who fails in the two theories and one practical head of passing at S.Y.B.Com may be admitted to T.Y.B.Com. But a student passing S.Y.B.Com but fails in any subject at F.Y.B.Com cannot be admitted to T.Y.B.Com.

B) Subjects Carrying Practical

There will be practical examinations

As far as A.T.K.T. is concerned, a student who fails in two theories and one practical head of passing at F.Y.B.Com may be admitted to S.Y.B.Com. likewise a student who fails in the two theory and one practical head of passing at S.Y.B.Com may be admitted to T.Y.B.Com. But a student passing S.Y.B.Com but fails in any subject at F.Y.B.Com cannot be admitted to T.Y.B.Com.

  1. For the F.Y.B.Com. Financial Accounting.
  2. For S.Y.B.Com. and T.Y.B.Com special subjects.
  3. For the S.Y.B.Com Compulsory subject Business Communication
  4. For T.Y.B.Com Compulsory subject Auditing & Taxation.

C) There will be oral examinations in Additional English, Marathi and Hindi subjects at F.Y.B.Com level.
D) A Student must offer the same Special Subject at T.Y.B.Com. which he has offered at S.Y.B.Com.

F.Y. B.COM

First Year B. Com. Semester – I

Course No.Course / Title of PaperCourseNo. of lectures (Per Week)No. of CreditsInternal AssessmentUniversity AssessmentTotal MarksDuration of Theory Examination
Univ. ExamPractical Exam
111Compulsory English- IAbility Enhancement Compulsory Course4330701003 Hours
112Financial Accounting – ICore Course443050201003 Hours
113Business Economics- ICore Course4330701003 Hours
114 (A) 114 (B)Business Mathematics and Statistics – I OR Computer Concepts and Application- ICore Course4330701003 Hours
115Optional Group. (A) (Any one of the Following) Banking and financeGeneric Elective Course4330701003 Hours
116Optional Group. (B) (Any one of the Following) Marketing & SalesmanshipGeneric  Elective Course4330701003 Hours
117Any one of the following Language Additional English/ Marathi/ HindiAbility Enhancement Course4330701003 Hours

First Year B. Com. Semester – II

Course No.Course / Title of PaperCourseNo. of lectures (Per Week)No. of CreditsInternal AssessmentUniversity AssessmentTotal MarksDuration of Theory Examination
Univ. ExamPractical Exam
121Compulsory English- IIAbility Enhancement Compulsory Course4330701003 Hours
122Financial Accounting – IICore Course443050201003 Hours
123Business Economics- IICore Course4330701003 Hours
124(A) 124(B)Business Mathematics and Statistics – II OR Computer Concepts and Application- IICore Course4330701003 Hours
125Optional Group. (A) (Any one of the Following) Banking and financeGeneric  Elective Course4330701003 Hours
126Optional Group. (B) (Any one of the Following) Marketing & SalesmanshipGeneric  Elective Course4330701003 Hours
127Any one of the following Language Additional English/ Marathi/ HindiAbility Enhancement Course4330701003 Hours

S.Y.B.COM

Second Year B. Com.  Semester – III

 

Course No.

 

 

Course / Title of Paper

 

 

Course

 

No. of lectures (Per Week)

 

Total No. of Credits

 

Internal Assessment

University Assessment

 

Total Marks

 

Duration of Theory Examination

Univ. ExamPractical Exam
231Business Communication- ICore Course443050201003 Hours
232Corporate Accounting- ICore Course4330701003 Hours
233Business Economics – I (Macro)Core Course4330701003 Hours
234Business Management – ICore Course4330701003 Hours
235Elements of Company Law- ICore Course4330701003 Hours

 

236

Special Course Paper- I

(Any One)

a)    Cost and Works Accounting

b)   Marketing Management

 

Discipline Special Elective443050201003
Second Year B. Com. Semester – IV
Course No.

 

 

Course / Title of Paper

 

 

Course

 

No. of lectures (Per Week)

 

Total No. of Credits

 

 

Internal Assessment

 

University Assessment

 

 

Total Marks

 

Duration of Theory Examination

Univ. ExamPractical Exam
241Business Communication- IICore Course443050201003 Hours
242Corporate Accounting- IICore Course4330701003 Hours
243

Business                  Economics       –                  II

(Macro)

Core Course4330701003 Hours
244Business Management – IICore Course4330701003 Hours
245Elements of Company Law- IICore Course4330701003 Hours

 

246

Special Course Paper- I

(Any One)

a)    Cost and Works Accounting

b)   Marketing Management

Discipline Special Elective443050201003 Hours
T.Y.B.COM
T.Y.B.Com.
Compulsory / Main Subjects
1. Business Regulatory Framework (Mercantile Law)
2. Advanced Accounting
3. Indian & Global Economic Development
4. Auditing & Taxation
5. Special Subject – Paper II
    a. Cost & Works Accounting
    b. Marketing Management
6. Special Subject – Paper III
   a. Cost & Works Accounting
   b. Marketing Management
T. Y. B. Com. (Semester- V)

Course code: 351: Business Regulatory Framework
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to –

  • CO1: To provide conceptual knowledge about the framework of business Law in India.
  • CO2: To orient the students about the legal aspect of business.
  • CO3:To create awareness among the students about legal environment relating to the Contract Law, Partnership Act, Sale of Goods Act in India.
  • CO4: To understand the emerging issues relating to e-commerce, e-transaction issues and E Contract.

Course code: 352: Advanced Accounting
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to –

  • CO1: To acquaint the student with knowledge about various concepts, objectives, and applicability of some important accounting standards.
  • CO2: To develop the knowledge among the students about reorganization of business regarding restructuring the capital.
  • CO3: To update the students with knowledge for preparation of final accounts of a Banking Companies with the provisions of Banking Regulation Act 1949.
  • CO4: To empower to students with skills to prepare the investment account in simple and summarized manner.

Course Code: 353 Indian & Global Economic Development
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to –

  • CO1: Students will be able to understand present Economic Scenario of Indian Economy as well as World Economy.
  • CO2: Students will be able to understand the various aspects of development in Agricultural, Industrial and service sector in India.
  • CO3: Student will be able to critically evaluate the role of India in international economy.
  • CO4: Students will be able to evaluate the working of international financial organization and institutions.

Course Code: 354: Auditing & Taxation
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to –

  • CO1:  To acquaint themselves about the Definition, Nature, Objectives and Advantages of Auditing, Types of Audit, Errors and Fraud, Audit Program, Notebook, Working Paper, Internal Control, Check.
  • CO: 2: To get knowledge about concept of Checking, Vouching, Verification and Valuation, Types of Audit Report and Auditing Assurance Standard.
  • CO: 3: To understand the provision related Qualification, Disqualification, Appointment, Removal, Rights ,Duties and Liability of Company Auditor and Provisions regarding Tax Audit as per Income Tax Act 1961 (Section 44 AA to 44AE).
  • CO: 4: To know the various new concepts in computerized system and Forensic Audit.

Course Code: 355 (a): Cost & Works Accounting (Special Paper II)
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to –

  1. CO1: To provide knowledge about the concepts and principles of overheads.
  2. CO2: To Introduce the cost accounting standards and the cost accounting standard board.
  3. CO3: To understand the stages involved in the accounting of overheads.
  4. CO4: To build an ability towards strategic overhead accounting under Activity Based Costing.

Course Code: 355(h): Marketing Management (Special Paper II)
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to –

  • CO1: The objective of this course is to facilitate understanding of the conceptual framework of marketing and its applications in decision making under various environmental constraints.
  • CO2: The course will make learners understand how to make effective marketing decisions, including assessing marketing opportunities and developing marketing strategies and implementation plans.

Course Code: 356(E): Cost &S Works Accounting (Special Paper III)
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to –

  • CO1: To prepare learners to understand the basic techniques in Cost Accounting.
  • CO2: To understand the learner, application of Cost Accounting techniques in cost control and decision making.
  • CO3: To enable the learners to prepare various types of Budgets.
  • CO4: To learn the basic concept of Uniform Costing and Inter-firm comparison.
  •  CO5: To enhance the knowledge of students about MIS and Supply Chain Management.

Course Code: 356(H): Marketing Management  (Special Paper III)
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to –

  • CO1: To introduce the concept of advertising and advertising media.
  • CO2: To provide the students the knowledge about appeals and approaches in advertisement.
  • CO3: To acquaint the students to the economic, social and regulatory aspects of advertising.
  • CO4. To make the student understand the role of Brand Management in marketing.
  • CO5: To enable the students to apply this knowledge in precise sby enhancing their skills in the field of advertising.

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