Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) – B.Com. (Hon.)
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics is introducing a B.Com (Hon.) programme along with the other contemporary programmes from the academic year 2020-21. The progressive nature of the programme promises a Commerce aspirant a plateau to be fully equipped with the professional competency that the financial and economic world desires. The specialized skills sets once acquired will propel their careers as professional accountants.The curriculum is meticulously designed considering the ever changing demands of global Finance and Accounting.
The three year BCom (Hon.) programme is a blend of subjects specialized in the area of Accounting, Finance and Taxation thus developing competency in a learner to pursue higher level programmes such as CA,ICWA, CFA, CMA, ACS, MBA or other Master programmes in Accounts and Finance. Further, the learners will be entitled to 148 credits ( as compared to 132 in normal B.Com. syllabus under Autonomy and 120 credits in University run B.Com. syllabus ). An Honours graduate will be able to exhibit their skills in Accounting, Auditing, Finance, Investments, and Information systems. With all the resources N.M avails a learner, a BCom (Hon) graduate will undoubtedly be reformed into an individual acquiring not only theoretical and conceptual knowledge but also with an ability to apply them using problem solving and quantitative techniques.
It will also not be out of place to mention here, that, though this program is benchmarked to the C.A. syllabus of ICAI, it has been ensured that this course fully complies with the UGC guidelines on under-graduate programs. The learning ambience will challenge the mind through competitive education , emphasising on inculcating values and transforming them into socially responsible professionals.
- Batch size of 60 students only
- Includes inter CA syllabus
- Curriculum specially designed for students pursuing CA, CMA, CFA
- Learn from the best faculty
- Regular current affairs sessions
- Guest lectures by Industry experts, Academicians on pertinent topics
- Rigorous industry updated curriculum that bridges the gap between theory and practice.
- Help learners remain focused and committed to career goals.
The details of the course and credit structure for this program are as under:
|Semester I||Credit||Semester II||Credit|
|Cost & Management Accounting-I||4||Cost & Management Accounting-II||4|
|Income TaxLaw-I||4||Income Tax Law-II||4|
|Mathematical and Statistical Techniques-I||4||Mathematical and Statistical Techniques-II||4|
|Micro Economics||3||Macro Economics||3|
|Business Law-I||3||Environmental Studies||3|
|Business Communication||3||Busines Law -II||3|
|TOTAL CREDITS IN FIRST YEAR = 54|
|S.Y.Com. Course Structure|
|Semester III||Credit||Semester IV||Credit|
|Advanced Accounting-I||6||Advanced Accounting-II||6|
|Auditing & Assurance-I||3||Auditing & Assurance-II||3|
|Indirect Tax||4||Financial Management-II||4|
|Financial Management-I||3||Computer Applications||4|
|Advanced Macro Economics||3||Financial Services & Production Management||3|
|Strategic Management||3||Foundations of Public Finance||3|
|Corporate Law||4||Marketing Management||3|
|TOTAL CREDITS IN SECOND YEAR = 52|
|T.Y.Com. Course Structure|
|Corporate Financial Reporting -I||5||Corporate Financial Reporting -II||5|
|Investment Anaylsis and Portfolio Management||4||Derivative Analysis and Valuation||4|
|Indian Economy Issues & Prospects||3||International Trade and Foreign Exchange||3|
|Wealth Management||3||Project Work||3|
|Internship||3||Organisation Behaviour and Human Resource Management||3|
|Ethics and Governance||3||Entrepreuneurship Management||3|
|TOTAL CREDITS IN THIRD YEAR = 43|
|TOTAL CREDITS (FIRST + SECOND + THIRD YEAR) = 54+52+42 = 148|