Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance)

Eligibility:

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance) Degree Course shall have passed H.S.C. examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate at first attempt (45% in case of reserved category).

Duration of the Course:

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

Scheme of Examination:

The scheme of examination shall be divided in two years.
a) Internal Assessment -40%i.e40 marks.
b) Semester End Examination-60%i.e 60 marks.

Program Structure:

F.Y. A/F Program

 
Semester I Semester II
  • Financial Accounting – I
    (Element of Fin. Accounting)
  • Cost Accounting –
    (Introduction and Elements of Cost)
  • Economics – I
    (Micro Economics)
  • Commerce – I
    (Business Environments)
  • Information Technology
    (Introduction Elements)
  • Business Communication – I
  • Foundation Course – I
    (Foundation of Environment Mgmt.)
  • Financial Accounting – II
    (Special Accounting Areas).
  • Auditing- I
    (Introduction and Planning for Audit)
  • Financial Management –I
    (Introduction to Financial Mgmt.)
  • Taxation –I
    (Indirect Taxes)
  • Business Law –I
    (Business Regulatory Frame Work)
  • Quantitative Methods for Business – I
  • Business Communication – II

S.Y. A/F Program

 
Semester III Semester IV
  • Financial Accounting –III
    ( Special Accounting Areas )
  • Cost Accounting –II
    ( Methods of costing )
  • Auditing-II
    ( Technique of Auditing )
  • Economics – II
    ( Macro Economics )
  • Business Law –II
    ( Company Law )
  • Management –I
    ( Principles of Management )
  • Foundation Course –II
    ( Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship )
  • Financial Management-II
    ( Technique of Financial Management )
  • Management Accounting –I
    ( Introduction to Management Account )
  • Taxation-II
    ( Indirect Taxes )
  • Commerce-II
    ( Financial Market Operations )
  • Business Law-III
    ( Industrial Regulatory Frame Work )
  • Information technology-II
    ( Application in Accounting & Finance )
  • Quantitative Methods for Business-II

T.Y. A/F Program

 
Semester V Semester VI
  • Financial Accounting-IV
    (Corporate Accounting)
  • Cost Accounting IV
    (Methods and Accounting)
  • Auditing-III
    (Audit Procedure)
  • Mgmt. Accounting-II
    (Financial Statement Analysis)
  • Taxation-III
    (Direct Taxes-I)
  • Economics-III
    (Indian Economics)
  • Financial Accounting-V
    (Corporate Accounting)
  • Cost Accounting-IV
    (Technique of costing)
  • Auditing Paper-IV
    (Audit of companies)
  • Mgmt. Accounting-III
    (Security Analysis & Mgmt.)
  • Taxation-IV
    (Direct Taxes II)
  • Mgmt-II
    (Principal of Management and Application)