Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets)

Admission Guidelines :

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the B.Com. (F.M.) course must have passed the H.S.C. (XII Std.) examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at (40% in case of reserve category) one and the same sitting.

Student from another University or Board of Secondary or Intermediate Education or any other Statutory examining body must read University O.111 as given in the admission guidelines of the college prospectus.

Such students should submit a migration certificate, statement of marks and passing certificate in original along with true photo copy of each of them within two months from the date of admission for final confirmation of their eligibility failing which their admission is liable to be cancelled.

Duration of the Course:

The course shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be six semesters spread over in 3 years.
The Course shall consist of 38 modules of 100 marks each and 2 projects of 100 marks each Total 4000 marks


Awarding Authority:

University Of Mumbai.

 First Year:

1.1 Principals of Investment 2.1 Environment of Financial System
1.2 Micro-Economics 2.2 Macro-Economics
1.3 Basic Statistics 2.3 Satistical Application
1.4 Basic Computer Skills 2.4 Communication Skills
1.5 Financial Accounting 2.5 Management Accounting
1.6 Business Environment 2.6 Principals of Business Management

Second Year

3.1 Debt Markets 4.1 Commodity Markets 
3.2 Corporate Finance-1 4.2 Corporate Finance-II
3.3 Equity Market-1 4.3 Equity Markets-II
3.4 Banking in Fianancial System 4.4 Financial Services
3.5 Computer Application in Investment 4.5 Taxation In Investment
3.6 Business Ethics 4.6 Security Analysis
3.7 Organizational Behaviour 4.7 Business Law

Third Year

5.1 Global Capital Markets 6.1 Risk Management
5.2 Regulation of Security Markets 6.2 Corporate Governance
5.3 Insurance - Fund Management 6.3 Computer Application in Financial Services
5.4 Derivative Markets 6.4 Marketing Of Financial Services
5.5 Foreign Exchange Markets 6.5 Mutual Funds Management
5.6 Portfolio Management 6.6 Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services
5.7 Project-I 6.7 Project-II