Courses of Study and Examination

GENERAL PATTERN OF COURSE PAPERS FOR B.Com

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B.Com. I — Ist Semester

Languages Paper I Basic English
  Paper‐II Any one MIL Hindi/Kannada/Marathi
Core Papers
  1. Financial Accounting‐I
  2. Secretarial Practice
  3. Business Economics
  4. Business Environment
  5. Indian Constitution
Compulsory Paper For Non‐Com. Students
  1. Spl. Accountancy
  2. Spl. Commerce

B.Com. I — IIst Semester

Languages Paper I Basic English
  Paper‐II Any one MIL Hindi/Kannada/Marathi
Core Papers
  1. Financial Accounting‐II
  2. Business Economics‐II
  3. Marketing Management
  4. Accounting Theory
  5. Computer Application in Business I
Compulsory Paper For Non‐Com. Students
  1. Spl. Accountancy
  2. Spl. Commerce

B.Com. II — IIIrd Semester

Core Papers
  1. Corporate Accounting‐I
  2. Business Communication
  3. Marketing Management
  4. Monetary Economics & Banking
  5. Commercial Arithmetic/Business Statistics‐I
  6. Computer Application‐II
  7. Fundamentals & Entrepreneurial ship Development
  8. MIL

B.Com. II — IVth Semester

Core Papers
  1. Corporate Accounting‐II
  2. Human Resource Management
  3. Commercial Arithmetic/Business Statistics‐II
  4. Business Law
  5. International Trade & Business
  6. Fundamental of Financial Management
  7. Computer Application‐III
  8. MIL

B.Com. III — Vth Semester

Compulsory Paper
  1. Fundamentals of Management Accounting
  2. Income Tax
  3. Elements of costing
  4. Economic Development of India
  5. Computer Application‐IV
Optional Group ‐ I Finance & Taxation
  1. Finance
  2. Indirect Taxes

B.Com. III — VIth Semester

Compulsory Paper
  1. Auditing
  2. Income Tax‐II
  3. Cost Methods & Techniques‐II
  4. Industrial Economics
  5. Computer Application‐V
Optional Group ‐ I Finance & Taxation
  1. Indian Financial Service
  2. Direct Taxes

B.Sc. Degree Course — B.Sc. Semester I, II, III & IV

  1. English (Basic) Compulsory
  2. Any one of the following language (MIL) Hindi or Marathi or Kannada
  3. Optional subjects :
    Three optional subjects selecting any one group out of the following.

    • Home Science / Botany / Chemistry
    • Botany / Zoology / Chemistry
    • Zoology / Botany / Home Science
    • Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics

Note : Students should select the subjects very carefully as they will not be allowed to change the subjects afterwards

B.Sc. Degree Course — B.Sc. Semester V & VI

  1. Three optional subjects chosen at semester I will continue.

General Pattern of Course Papers for B. A. 

Academic Year 2020-21 onwards under 

Choice Based Credit System(CBCS)

B. A. - Ist Semster to IInd Semester

Part -I                   : AECC(Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course)

                                 Basic Subject: English

                                 MIL: Any one: Kannada or Marathi or Hindi

Part II                    : DSC (Discipline Specific Course)

                                  Any One Combination Should be selected 

                                   1. Kannada/Sociology/History

                                   2. Marathi/ Sociology/History

                                   3. Hindi/Marathi/History

                                   4. Political Science /History/Sociology

                                   5. Economics/Political Science/Hindi

                                   6. Marathi/ Economics/Sociology

                                   7. Home-Science/Mathematics/Statistics

Part III                    : AECC(Ability Enhancement Ability Course)

                                   a) Indian Constitution 1st semester Compulsory 

                                    b) Environmental Studies IInd Semester Compulsory 

Part IV                     : CC/EA

                                     Co-Curricular/ Extension Activities 

 

Note : Each subject theory paper for all semester will be of 3 hours duration carrying ‘80’ marks. Each paper will have Internal Assessment of ‘20’ marks. Total 100 marks. Practical of each subject in each semester. (I to IV) will be of 40 marks. Each practical will have Internal Assessment of ‘10’ marks. Total 50 marks. For semester V & VI each subject will have 2 theory & 2 practicals of 80 marks & 40 marks respectively & Internal assessment of 20 marks & 10 marks. Total 200 marks theory & 100 marks practical.