Vivek Education Society’s Vivek College Of Commerce
Courses


B.Com. - Bachelor of Commerce

COURSE STRUCTURE


F.Y.B.Com.



  1. Foundation Course - Paper I
  2. Business Economics – Paper I
  3. Commerce – Paper I (Business Development)
  4. Accounting & Financial Management – Paper I
  5. Business Communication
  6. Environmental Studies
  7. Mathematical & Statistical Techniques

S.Y.B.Com.



  1. Foundation Course – Paper II
  2. Business Economics – Paper II
  3. Commerce – Paper II (Principles of Management & Finance)
  4. Accounting & Financial Management – Paper II
  5. Applied Component Group – Advertising / Economic Systems / Computer Programming
  6. Business Law
Optional Subjects will be allotted purely on merit (decided on the basis of marks obtained at F.Y.B.Com. Examinations) from amongst the applications received subject to the availability of seats.

T.Y.B.Com :



  1. Special Subject : 3 papers I & II & III
    Financial Accounting & Auditing – Paper I
    Financial Accounting & Auditing – Paper II
    Financial Accounting & Auditing – Paper III
  2. Commerce – Paper III ( Management & Production Planning )
  3. Business Economics – Paper III
  4. Applied Component – Paper II (Direct & Indirect Taxes)
  5. Applied Component – Paper III (Export Marketing / Computer Systems & Applications / Marketing Research / Elements of Operation Research)
Optional Subjects will be allotted purely on merit (decided on the basis of marks obtained at S.Y.B.Com. Examinations) from amongst the applications received subject to the availability of seats. Students should note that they will not be permitted to change subject/ s once offered, without the prior permission of the Principal.
B.Com. (A&F) - Bachelor of Commerce in Accountancy & Finance

COURSE STRUCTURE

F.Y.B.Com. (Accounting & Finance)

Semester I   Semester II
1.1.1 Elements of Financial Accounting (F.A. – I)
1.1.2. Introduction & Elements of Cost. (Cost Act. I)
1.1.3 Micro Economics (Eco. I)
1.1.4. Business Environment (Com. I)
1.1.5. Introduction & Elements of Information Technology – I (I.T. I)
1.1.6. Business Communication Paper I
1.1.7. Fundamentals of Environment Management. (F.C. – I)
  1.2.1 Special Accounting Area (F.A. Paper II)
1.2.2 Introduction to Planning & Auditing (Audit. – I)
1.2.3 Introduction to Financial Management (. Fin. Mgmt. –I)
1.2.4 Indirect Taxes (Taxation Paper I)
1.2.5 Business Regulatory Frame Work ( Bus. Law I)
1.2.6 Quantitative Methods for Business Paper I
1.2.7 Business Communication Paper II
 

S.Y.B.Com. (Accounting & Finance)

Semester III   Semester IV
2.3.1 Special Accounting Areas (F.A.- III)
2.3.2 Methods of Costing ( Cost. Act. II)
2.3.3 Techniques of Auditing (Audit. III)
2.3.4. Macro Economics (Eco. III)
2.3.5 Company Law (Bus. Law. III)
2.3.6. Principles of Management (Mgmt. I)
2.3.7 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship. (F.C. – II)
  2.4.1 Techniques of Financial Management ( F.M II)
2.4.2 Introduction to Management Accounting (M.A. I)
2.4.3 Indirect taxes II (Tax. II)
2.4.4 Financial of Market Operations (Com. II)
2.4.5 Industrial Regulatory Frame Work (Bus. Law. III)
2.4.6. Application in Accounting & Finance (Inf. Tech. II)
2.4.7 Quantitative methods for Business - II
 

T.Y.B.Com. (Accounting & Finance)

Semester V   Semester VI
3.5.1 Corporate Accounting (F.A.- IV)
3.5.2 Methods & Accounting ( Cost. Act. III)
3.5.3 Audit Procedure (Audit. IV)
3.5.4 Financial Statement Analysis (M.A. II)
3.5.5 Direct Taxes – I (Tax. III)
3.5.6. Indian Economy (Eco. III)
  3.6.1 Corporate Accounting (F.A. V)
3.6.2 Techniques of Costing (C.A. IV)
3.6.3 Audit of Companies (Audit. IV)
3.6.4 Security Analysis & Management (M.A. III)
3.6.5 Direct Taxes – II (Tax. IV)
3.6.6 Principles of Management & Application (Mgmt. II)
B.Com. (B&I) - Bachelor of Commerce in Banking & Insurance

COURSE STRUCTURE

F.Y.B.Com. (Banking & Insurance)

Semester I   Semester II
1.1 Environment and Management of Financial Services
1.2 Principles of Management
1.3 Effective Communication - I
1.4 Micro Economics (Eco. I)
1.5 Quantitative Methods - I
1.6 Introduction to Computer Systems.
  2.1 Principles and Practices of Banking & Insurance
2.2 Financial Accounting
2.3 Effective Communication - II
2.4 Macro Economics (Eco. II)
2.5 Quantitative Methods – II
2.6 Business Law
 

S.Y.B.Com. (Banking & Insurance)

Semester III   Semester IV
3.1 Laws Governing Banking & Insurance
3.2 Financial Management - I
3.3 Management Accounting (Tools & Techniques, Focus on Banking & Insurance)
3.4 Customer Relationship Management in Banking & Insurance
3.5 Information Technology in Banking & Insurance
3.6 Organizational Behavior.
3.7 Taxation of Financial Services.
  4.1 Universal Banking
4.2 Financial Management II
4.3 Innovations in Banking & Insurance
4.4 Corporate Law & Laws Governing Capital Markets
4.5 Entrepreneurship Management
4.6 Financial Market (Equity Debt, Forex and Derivatives)
4.7. Cost accounting of Banking & Insurance.
 

T.Y.B.Com. (Banking & Insurance)

Semester V   Semester VI
5.1 Marketing in Banking & Insurance
5.2 Financial Services Management
5.3 International Banking & Finance
5.4 Financial Reporting & Analysis (Corporate Banking & Insurance)
5.5 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
5.6. Auditing
5.7. Project Presentation (Banking) - I
  6.1 Strategic Management (Banking & Insurance)
6.2 Central Banking
6.3 International Business (Banking & Insurance)
6.4 Human Resources Management in Banking & Insurance
6.5 Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
6.6 Turnaround Management
6.7. Project Presentation (Insurance) - II.

B.Com. (FM) - Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Markets

Course Structure

F.Y.B.Com. (Financial Markets)

Semester I   Semester II
1.1 Principles of Investments
1.2 Micro-Economics
1.3 Basic Statistics
1.4 Basic Computer Skills
1.5 Financial Accounting
1.6 Business Environment
  2.1 Environment of Financial System
2.2 Macro-Economics
2.3 Statistical Applications
2.4 Communication Skills
2.5 Management Accounting
2.6 Principles of Business Management
 

S.Y.B.Com. (Financial Markets)

Semester III   Semester IV
3.1 Debt Markets
3.2 Corporate Finance I
3.3 Equity Markets I
3.4 Banking in Financial System
3.5 Computer applications in Investments
3.6 Business Ethics
3.7 Organizational Behavior
  4.1 International Marketing
4.2 Elements of Direct and Indirect Taxes
4.3 Export - Import Procedures and Documentation
4.4 Management of Small Scale Industries
4.5 Productivity and Quality Management
4.6 Public relations Management
 

T.Y.B.Com. (Financial Markets)

Semester V   Semester VI
5.1 Global Capital Markets
5.2 Regulation of Securities Markets
5.3 Insurance (Fund Management)
5.4 Derivatives Markets
5.5 Foreign Exchange Markets
5.6 Portfolio Management
5.7 Project I
  6.1 Risk Management
6.2 Corporate Governance
6.3 Computer Applications in Financial Services
6.4 Marketing of Financial Services
6.5 Mutual Fund Management
6.6 Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services
6.7 Project II
B.M.S. - Bachelor of Management Studies

COURSE STRUCTURE

F.Y.B.M.S

Semester I   Semester II
1.1 Foundations of Human Skill
1.2 Introduction to Financial Accounts
1.3 Business Law
1.4 Business Mathematics
1.5 Business Communication
1.6 Principles of Management – I
1.7 Introduction to Computers**
  2.1 Business Environment
2.2 Industrial Law
2.3 Computer Applications in Business
2.4 Managerial Economics – I
2.5 Business Statistics
2.6 Introduction to Cost Accounting
2.7 Environmental Management
 

S.Y.B.M.S

Semester III   Semester IV
3.1 Management Accounting
3.2 Managerial Economics - II
3.3 Marketing Management
3.4 Materials Management
3.5 Effective Communication - II
3.6 Principles of Management - II
  4.1 Financial Accounting (Paper IV)
4.2 Management Accounting (Paper I)
4.3 Taxation Paper II
4.4 Commerce Paper II
4.5 Business Law Paper III
4.6 Information Technology - Paper II
4.7 Quantitative Methods for Business Paper II
 

T.Y.B.M.S

Semester V   Semester VI
5.1 Human Resource Management
5.2 Service Sector Management
5.3 Financial Management
5.4 Elements of Logistics Management
5.5 Management of Co-operatives
5.6 Rural Management
5.7 Project Work - I
  6.1 Entrepreneurship
6.2 Quantitative Method for Business – II
6.3 Marketing Research
6.4 Indian Management Thought and Practices
6.5 Elective Paper – I Econometrics or International Finance
6.6 Elective Paper – II Special Study in Finance or Special Study in Marketing

Note : Electives, once selected, will not be changed.

B.Sc. (I.T.) - Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

COURSE STRUCTURE

F.Y.B.Sc. (IT)

Semester I   Semester II
1.1 Introduction to Information Theory and Applications
1.2 Mathematics - I
1.3 Introduction to Digital electronics
1.4 Digital Computer Fundamentals
1.5 Introduction to Programming
  2.1 Mathematics - II
2.2 Design and analysis of algorithms
2.3 Tele Communication systems
2.4 Professional Skill Development course
2.5 Computer Graphics
 

S.Y.B.Sc. (IT)

Semester III   Semester IV
3.1 Computational Mathematics
3.2 Systems Programming
3.3 Object Oriented Programming
3.4 Computer Networks
3.5 Logic, Discrete Mathematical Structures
  4.1 Data base concepts and Systems
4.2 Operating Systems
4.3 C++ and JAVA
4.4 E-Commerce
4.5 SW Engineering
 

T.Y.B.Sc. (IT)

Semester V   Semester VI
5.1 Internet Security
5.2 Visual Basic 6.0
5.3 S.Q.L. - 2
5.4 Elective I (Select ONE of the following)
a. Multi Media
b. Embedded Systems and Programming
c. Web Design and Internet Based Applications
d. Advanced Java
5.5 Elective II (Select ONE of the following)
a. ERP Systems
b. GIS
c. Management Information Systems
d. BPR
  6.1 C #
6.2 Internet Technology
6.3 CRM
6.4 Elective - III
a. Strategic I.T. Management
b. Total Supply Chain Management
c. Project Management
d. I.T. law and Patents
6.5 Project
Note : Electives, once selected, will not be changed.
B.M.M - Bachelor of Mass Media

COURSE STRUCTURE

F.Y.B.M.M

Semester I   Semester II
1.1 Effective Communication Skills I
1.2 Fundamentals of Mass Communication
1.3 Introduction to Computers
1.4 Introduction to the 20th Century World History
1.5 Introduction to Sociology
1.6 Economics
  2.1 Effective Communication Skills II
2.2 Political Concept and Indian Political Systems
2.3 Principles of Marketing
2.4 Introduction to Psychology
2.5 Principles of Management
2.6 Introduction to Literature in English
 

S.Y.B.M.M

Semester III   Semester IV
3.1 Introduction to Public Relations
3.2 Introduction to Media Studies
3.3 Introduction to Culture Studies
3.4 Introduction to Creative Writing
3.5 Understanding Cinema
3.6 Advance Computers
  4.1 Introduction to Advertising
4.2 Introduction to Journalism
4.3 Mass Media Research
4.4 Organizational Behavior
4.5 Radio and Television
4.6 Print Production and Photography
 

T.Y.B.M.M

Semester V   Semester VI
ADVERTISING
5.1 Advertising in Contemporary Society
5.2 Copywriting
5.3 Advertising Design
5.4 Consumer Behavior
5.5 Media Planning and Buying
5.6 Brand Building
JOURNALISM
5.1 Reporting
5.2 Editing
5.3 Feature and Opinion
5.4 Journalism and Public Opinion
5.5 Indian Regional Journalism
5.6 Niche and Magazine Journalism - I
  ADVERTISING
6.1 Advertising and Marketing Research
6.2 Legal Environment and Advertising Ethics
6.3 Financial Management for Marketing and Advertising
6.4 Agency Management
6.5 The Principal and Practice of Direct Marketing
6.6 Contemporary Issues
JOURNALISM
6.1 Press Laws and Ethics
6.2 Broadcast Journalism
6.3 Niche Journalism - II
6.4 Internet and Issue in the Global Media
6.5 News Media Management
6.6 Contemporary Issues
M.Com. - Master of Commerce
Note : Minimum cut off percentage required for admission in this college is as follows : M.Com. Part I – Accountancy - 50%, Business Management - 45%
M.Com. Part I

  • Compulsory
    1. Business Policy and Strategic Management
    2. Economics of Global Trade and Finance
  • Optional
  • Accountancy
    1. Advance Financial Accounting
    2. Advance Cost Accounting

    Business Management
    1. Human Resource Management
    2. Marketing Strategy and Plans
M.Com. Part II

  • Compulsory
    1. Research Methodology
  • Optional
    Accountancy
    1. Advanced Management Accounting
    2. Advance Auditing
    3. Direct / Indirect Taxation
    Business Management
    1. Organizational Behavior
    2. International Marketing
    3. Entrepreneur Management
M.Sc. (Information Technology)
 

M.Sc.-IT (First Year)

First Term Second Term
Computer Simulation and Modeling
Mobile Computing
Image Processing
Data Warehousing and Mining
Programming with Components
Advanced Computer Networks
Speech Recognition
Advanced Database System
 

M.Sc.-IT (Second Year)

First Term Second Term
Software Testing
Artificial Intelligence
Elective-I
Elective-II
Project
Information Security
Robotics
Elective-I
Elective-II
Project
 
















































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