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  • M.COM

ABOUT THE COURSES

The institution has facilities for following courses:

  • DEGREE COURSE:
    • Bachelor of Commerce (B. Com)
    • Bachelor of Management Studies
    • M.Com. (Accountancy)
    • M.COM. (Business Management)
  • PROPOSED DEGREE COURSES:
    Bachelor of Commerce
    • Proposal of the Day college B.COM & L.L.B courses has been already recommended by University of Mumbai.



SUBJECT OFFERED IN B.COM. COURSES


F.Y.B.COM


Semester I


  • - Accountancy & Financial Management - I
  • - Business Economic -I
  • - Business Communication
  • - Environmental Studies -I
  • - Mathematical & Statistical Techniques
  • - Foundation Course -I
  • - Mathematical & Statistical Techniques -I
  • - Commerce -I (Introdcution to Business)

Semester II


  • - Accountancy & Financial Management - II
  • - Commerce -II - Service
  • - Business Economics -II
  • - Business Communication -II
  • - Environmental Studies -II
  • - Foundation Course -II
  • - Mathematical & Statistical Techniques -II

S.Y.B.COM


Semester III


  • - Accountancy & Financial Management -III
  • - Financial Accounting & Auditing V -Introdcution to Management Accounting
  • - Commerce -III -Management : Function & Service
  • - Business Economics -III
  • - Computer Programming -I
  • - Foundation Course -III
  • - Business Law -I

Semester IV


  • - Accountancy & Financial Management - IV
  • - Financial Accountancy and Auditing VI -Auditing
  • - Commerce -IV -Management:Production and Finance
  • - Business Economics -IV
  • - Computer Programming -III
  • - Foundation Course -IV
  • - Business Law -II

T.Y.B.COM


Semester V


  • - Financial Accounting and Auditing VII-Financial Accounting
  • - Financial Accounting and Auditing VIII-Cost Accounting
  • - Commerce V - (MHRM) - Marketing
  • - Computer System & Applications Paper I
  • - Business Economics V
  • - Direct Tax

Semester VI


  • - Financial Accounting and Auditing IX-Financial Accounting
  • - Financial Accountancy and Auditing - X - Cost Accounting
  • - Commerce VI-(MHRM)- Human Resource Management
  • - Computer System & Application Paper - II
  • - Business Economics VI
  • - Indirect Tax

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO F.Y.B.COM:

A student who has passed the HSC Examination in commerce conducted by the Divisional Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education in the State of Maharashtra is eligible for admission to F.Y.B.COM class

A student who has passed the HSC Examination or its equivalent by the Divisional Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education / University Other From Maharashtra.


Documents required

Original of all documents with:

  • - Two xerox copies of the H.S.C. Mark Sheet
  • - Two xerox copies of the School Leaving Certificate
  • - Two xerox copies of the ration card.
  • - 2 Photographs

For admission the first preference will be given to in-house students followed by the Merit List.


ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO S.Y.B.COM & T.Y.B.COM

All the regular student of the college who have passed or secured ATKT at the F.Y. & S.Y.B. Com. in Annual Examination shall be eligible for admission to S.Y. & T.Y.B. Com classes

RESERVATION OF SEATS

Reservation of seats as per the Government Policy.

FEES STRUCTURE FOR THREE YEARS COMMERCE COURSE:

The College will collect the fees as per guidelines issued by the University of Mumbai from time to time. Fees will be accepted by the college office between 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm on all working days.

As per the University Circular No. CONCOL / FEE/292 OF 2008 7th July, 2008 the FEE STRUCTURE for the Academic Year 2011-2012 is given below:

Remarks: As per Circular N0-CONCOL/FEE/292of 2008

Sr.No Particular F.Y.B.Com F.Y.B.Com
(Un)
S.Y.B.Com S.Y.B.Com
(Un)
T.Y.B.Com T.Y.B.Com
(Un)
1 Tuition Fees 800 5000 800 5000 800 5000
2 Library Fees 200 200 200 200 200 200
3 Gymkhana Fees 400 400 400 400 400 400
4 Other Fees / Extra Curricular 250 250 250 250 250 250
5 Exam Fees 1800 1800 1800 1800 0 0
6 Marksheet 120 120 120 120 0 0
7 Enrolment Fees 220 220 0 0 0 0
8 Disaster Relief Fund 10 10 10 10 10 10
9 Admi.Processing Fees 200 200 200 200 200 200
10 Utility Fees 250 250 250 250 250 250
11 Magazine Fees 100 100 100 100 100 100
12 ID Card & Library Card 50 50 50 50 50 50
13 Group Insurance 20 20 20 20 20 20
14 Student Welfare fund 50 50 50 50 50 50
15 Development Fund 500 500 500 500 500 500
16 Vice Chancellor Fund 20 20 20 20 20 20
17 Uni.Sports & Cultural Activity 30 30 30 30 30 30
18 E-Suvidha 50 50 50 50 50 50
19 E-Charges 20 20 20 20 20 20
20 Alumi Association Fees 25 25 25 25 25 25
21 Unaided Sub.(Tax / Computer) 0 0 300 300 600 600
22 Computer Practical 0 0 600 600 600 600
23 Laboratory Fees 0 0 800 800 800 800
24 N.S.S Fees 10 10 10 10 10 10
25 Project Fees 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 Caution Money Despoit * 150 150 0 0 0 0
27 Library Deposite * 250 250 0 0 0 0
Total Fees 5525 9725 6705 10805 4985 9185

* Indicate that the fees is refundable

EXAMINATION

While the college conducts F.Y.B. Com. & S.Y.B. Com degree examination on behalf of the University of Mumbai, the T.Y.B. Com. examination are conducted by University of Mumbai. Rules of the conduct of F.Y.B.Com & S.Y.B. Com. examination is as under:

First/ Second Term and Tutorial Examination

There shall be two examinations, one at the end of each term and they shall be called First Term Examination and Second Term Examination respectively. Both Term Examination/ viva will be also conducted at the end of each term

Additional Examination

Eligibility to appear at the additional examination

A student who does not appear in some or all the papers, either at the First Term Examination or at the Second Term Examination on medical ground or for representing the college/university in sports, Cultural Activities, Activities of NCC, NSS conducted by recognized bodies / competent authorities or for any other reason which is considered valid under exceptional circumstance and to the satisfactory of the principal is eligible to appear for the additional examination.

Passing Standard

In Order to pass in a subject a standard must secure

  • - A minimum of 35% marks in subject, having only one paper.
  • - In a subject having more than one paper, a minimum of 20% marks in each paper and a minimum of 35% marks in aggregate.
  • - In case subject with practical's, a minimum of 35% marks in practical's separately.
  • - Candidates who have been declared fail at the examination or who have been allowed to keep terms for higher class shall appear as ATKT/ Ex-student respectively for the annual examination held by the college.
  • - For gracing, ordinance *229 or *5042, *5043 and *5045 shall be applied.
  • - The Student shall be allowed to keep term (A.T.K.T) for the next higher class, as per University rules.

Verification of Marks:

As per Ordinance 237, a student of F.Y.B.Com OR S.Y.B.Com class can seek verification of marks by making an application within 4 weeks of the declaration of the said examination result, accomplished by a fee of Rs. 50/- for each paper.

USE OF UNFAIR MEANS AT THE EXAM:

Student found using unfair means at the examination will be dealt with as per the provision laid down under section 87 of the Mumbai University Act, 1974.



F.Y.B.M.S.


Semester I


  • - Foundation of Human Skills
  • - Introduction to Financial Accounts
  • - Business Law
  • - Business Statistics
  • - Foundation Course-I
  • - Business Economics-I
  • - Business Communication-I

Semester II


  • - Principal of Marketing
  • - Industrial Law
  • - Business Mathematics
  • - Business Communication-II
  • - Foundation Course-Value Education and Skill-II
  • - Business Environment
  • - Principals of Management

S.Y.B.M.S.


Semester III


  • Management Accounting
  • - Advertising
  • - Social Marketing
  • Compulsory Subject
  • - Information Technology in Business Management-I
  • - Environmental Management
  • - Business Planning & Entrepreneurship Management
  • - Accounting for Managerial Decisions
  • - Strategic Management

Semester IV


  • Marketing (Elective)
  • - Event Marketing
  • - Tourism Marketing
  • Compulsory Subject
  • - Information Technology in Business Management-II
  • - Business Economics-II
  • - Business Research Methods
  • - Production & Total Quality Management

T.Y.B.M.S.


Semester V


  • - Service Marketing
  • - E-Commerce & Digital Marketing
  • - Sales & Distribution Management
  • - Customer Relationship Management
  • - Logistics & Suppy Chain Management
  • - Project Work-I
  • Marketing(Elective)
  • Service Marketing
  • E-Commerce & Digital Marketing
  • - Sales & Distribution Management
  • - Customer Relationship Management

Semester VI


  • - Brand Management
  • - Retail Management
  • - International Marketing
  • - Media Planning & Management
  • - Operation Research
  • - Project Work II
  • Marketing (Elective)
  • Brand Management
  • Retail Management
  • Intenrational Marketing
  • Media Planning & Management

Retail Management

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO F.Y.B.M.S


A Candidate for being eligible for admission to the B.M.S. Degree Course Shall have passed H.S.C. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination or Diploma in any Engineering branches with 2 years or 3 years duration after S.S.C conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra State or its equivalent examination by securing minimum 45% marks for general(in one attempt) at the respective Examination and minimum 40% marks for reserved category (in one attempt)

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO S.Y.B.M.S. & T.Y.B.M.S.


A student must get 50% of the marks in aggregate of Internal and Semester End Examination with minimum of 40% marks in the internal and semester End Examination separately to pass the subject (For a student, the student must secure minimum of 40% of the marks allotted (i.e. 40 out of 100) in the internal and semester Examination with minimum of 40% marks in internal & external Examination separately (16 out of 40 & 24 out of 60 marks separately.)



FEES STRUCTURE FOR B.M.S(Un-aided)


Remarks : As per Circular No-CONCOL/FEE/292 of 2008

Sr.No Particulars F.Y.B.M.S. S.Y.B.M.S. T.Y.B.M.S.
1 Tuition Fees 10000 10000 10000
2 Library Fees 300 300 300
3 Gymkhana 400 400 400
4 Other Fees / Extra Curricular 250 250 250
5 Exam Fees 2000 2000 0
6 From & Marksheet 120 120 0
7 Enrolment Fees 220 0 0
8 Disaster Relief Fund 10 10 10
9 Admi.Processing Fees 200 200 200
10 Utility Fees 250 250 250
11 Manazine Fees 100 100 100
12 ID Cardd & Library Card 50 50 50
13 Group Insurance 20 20 20
14 Student Welfare Fund 50 50 50
15 Development Fund 500 500 500
16 Vice Chancellor Fund 20 20 20
17 Uni.Sports & Cultural Activity 30 30 30
18 E-Suvidha 50 50 50
19 E-Charges 20 20 20
20 Alumi Association Fees 25 25 25
21 Industrial Visit Fees 0 0 0
22 Computer Practical 1500 1500 1500
23 Laboratory Fees 1000 1000 1000
24 N.S.S. Fees 10 10 10
25 Project Fees 0 0 1000
26 Caution Money Despoit * 150 0 0
27 Library Deposite * 250 0 0
28 Laboratory Despoit * 400 0 0
Total Fees 17925 16905 15785

*indicates that thee fees is refundable

INTRODUCTION

From the academic year 2010 - 2011 College will offer M.Com. With specialization in the subject of Accountancy / Management.

ELIGIBILITY

Admission will be given to graduates in Commerce on the basis of the Merit and availability of seats

SYLLABUS FOR M.COM:


(Subject to chnage as per guideline of University of Mumbai


M.Com.-I (Semester - I)

- Strategic Management
- Economic for Business Decisions
- Cost and Management Accounting
- Business Ethics and Corporate
Social Responsibility

M.Com. I (Semester II)

- Research Methodology for Commerce
- Micro Economics Concepts and Applications
- Corporate Finance
- E-Commerce

M.Com. II - (Accountancy) (Semester-III)
Semester-III

- (Select Any Three out of Five)
- Advanced Financial Accounting
- Direct Tax
- Advanced Cost Accounting
- Advanced Auditing
- Financial Service
- Project Work-I

Semester-IV

- (Select Any Three out of Five)
- Corporate Financial Accounting
- Indirect Tax-Introdcution of GST
- Financial Management
- International Financial Reporting Standards
- Personal Financial Planning
- Project Work-II

M.Com.II - (Management) (Semester III)
Semester-III

- (Select Any Three out of Five)
- Human Resource Management
- Rural Marketing
- Entrepreneurship Management
- Marketing Strategies and Practicals
- Organisational Behaviour - Project Work - I

Semester-IV

- Select Any Three out of Five
- Supply Chain Management and Logistics
- Advertising and sales Management
- Retail Management
- Tourism Management
- Management of Business Relations
- Project Work - II

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION :

There will be two semester in each year of M.Com.ie .(Part I and Part II)Each Semester will have Internal (40 Marks) and External(60 Marks) examination conducted by University of Mumbai.Student have to pass both the examinations separately by scoring minimum 40% marks in each examination.

There will be one university examination at the end of each year for M.COM (Part I) & M.COM (Part II). College will hold Preliminary examination as well as tests regularly.

FEES STRUCTURE FOR M.COM.(Un-aided)

Remarks : As per Circular no.UG/386 of 2009

Sr.No Particular M.Com.-I(New)
(A/C & Mgmt.)
M.Com.-II(New)
(A/C & Mgmt.)
1 Tution Fees 5000 5000
2 Library Fees 1000 1000
3 Gymkhana Fees 400 400
4 Other Fees / Extra Curricular 250 250
5 Exam Fees 0 0
6 Registration Fees 825 0
7 Disaster Relief Fund 10 10
8 Admi.Processing Fees 200 200
9 Utility Fees 250 250
10 ID Card & Library Card 50 50
11 Magazine Fees 100 100
12 Group Insurance 40 40
13 Student Welfare Fund 50 50
14 Development Fund 500 500
15 Vice Chancellor Fund 20 20
16 Uni.Sports & Cultural Activity 30 30
17 E-Suvidha 50 50
18 E-Charges 20 20
19 Ashwa Medha Fees 20 20
20 N.S.S. Fees 10 10
21 Caution Money Despoit * 150 0
22 Library Deposite * 250 0
Total 9225 8000

* indicates that the fees is refundable