Course Overview B.Com (Banking & Insurance)
is an undergraduate course. The course offers theoretical and application-based knowledge in the banking and financial sector. The management and analytic skills to work with various financial tools like regulatory agencies and global markets. This course typically allows students to specialize in one of the multiple concentration areas for Accounting, Marketing, Insurance and Finance.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
Students graduating from the Bachelor of Banking and Insurance Services will be able to:
- PEO 1: Establish broad and coherent knowledge of the theoretical and professional disciplines of banking, finance, investment analysis, portfolio management, accountancy, economics, quantitative methods, law, and the Financial Services Industry.
- PEO 2: Exercise informed commercial judgment within a professional setting which emphasizes ethical and responsible decision making.
- PEO 3: Integrates technical and conceptual knowledge, interpersonal and intrapersonal skills to work effectively in the Financial Services Industry.
- PEO 4: Think creatively and work collaboratively to identify better solutions in the real world business constraints.
- PEO 5: Communicate and explain specialized techniques, knowledge and ideas, to professionals and non-experts involved in the Financial Services and Investment Industries.
B.Com (Banking & Insurance) offers the following Subjects such as:-
- Principles and practice of Banking
- Insurance law and Practice
- Legal Regulatory Aspects of Banking
- Financial Statistics
- Company Accounts
- Management Accounting
The Career Opportunities in various aspects are:
- Insurance manager
- Loan counselor
- Financial Advisor