Master of Commerce M.Com (CA) is a two years Postgraduate Master’s degree program focusing on Commerce, Accounting, Management, and Economics related subjects. The M.Com (CA) course mainly includes thesis-based components and there may be some research-based elements included also. Students who wish to make their career in banking financial services, accounting, and commerce sectors opt for M.Com with Computer Application.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO):

PEO1: Teach the recent developments in the various areas of Commerce and Industry.
PEO2: Orient the students in the applied aspects of different advanced business practices and technical skills in computer application in business.
PEO3: Avenues of studies in various professional courses and also to develop communication skills and ability to the quality of the organization.
PEO4: Equip the students to occupy important positions in business, industries, and related organizations.
PEO5: Inspire the students to apply the knowledge gained for the development of society in general particularly in commerce and computer applications.

Program Outcomes (PO):

PO1: Develop an attitude for working effectively and efficiently in a global business environment and economic development in the world.
PO2: Integrate knowledge, skill, and attitude that will sustain an environment of learning and creativity among the students.
PO3: Acquired knowledge on global financial strategy, International financing decisions, International Investment.
PO4: Apply the knowledge of accounting fundamentals, and computer specialization to the solution of complex accounting and management problems.
PO5: The ability of accounting data, financial data, and other information to solve complex and unstructured business problems.
PO6: Combine the practical knowledge of marketing, accounting, banking, insurance, taxation, stock exchanges, and international trades with relating to computer technology using digitalization.
PO7: Develop knowledge of sophisticated financial accounting topics such as business combinations, governmental accounting, partnership accounting, and other advanced financial accounting.
PO8: Develop the ability to evaluate financial results through an examination of statement analysis.

Program Specific Outcomes:

PSO1:  To apply the knowledge, concepts, tools necessary to understand the challenges and issues of growing international and global context.
PSO2: To acquire practical skills to work as a tax consultant, audit assistant, and other financial supporting services
PSO3:  To analysis for quantitative, qualitative, cognitive, and analytical skills to identify, analyze, design, and create business opportunities in a globally dynamic environment.
PSO4:   To Apply the different financial  tools and techniques in solving the problems related to the field of   their career
S.No Sem Part Type Subject & Paper Credit Hour Int Ext Total Exam Hours
1 1 III C1 Managerial Economics 4 6 40 60 100 3
2 1 III C2 Marketing Management 4 6 40 60 100 3
3 1 III C3 Database Management System 4 6 40 60 100 3
4 1 III CP1 Computer Applications:

MS Office & Oracle -Practical-I

4 6 40 60 100 3
5 1 III E1 Elective-I 4 6 40 60 100 3
6 2 III C4 Corporate Accounting 4 6 40 60 100 3
7 2 III C5 Human Resource Management 4 4 40 60 100 3
8 2 III C6 Business Research Methods 4 5 40 60 100 3
9 2 III C7 Object-Oriented    Programming

with C++

4 5 40 60 100 3
10 2 III CP2 Computer Applications: Tally &

C++ -Practical-II

4 4 40 60 100 3
11 2 III E2 Elective-II 4 6 40 60 100 3
12 3 III C8 Cost and Management Accounting 4 6 40 60 100 3
13 3 III C9 Visual Basic 4 6 40 60 100 3
14 3 III C10 Financial Management 4 6 40 60 100 3
15 3 III CP3 Computer    Applications:    Visual

Basic, VB Script – Practical-III

4 6 40 60 100 3
16 3 III CP4 Institutional Training [Report 40

marks and Vivo 10 Marks.]

2 50 50 3
17 3 III E3 Elective-III 4 6 40 60 100 3
18 4 III C11 Investment Management 4 6 40 60 100 3
19 4 III C12 Direct Taxes 4 6 40 60 100 3
20 4 III C13 Java Programming and HTML 4 6 40 60 100 3
 

21

 

4

 

III

 

CP5

Project Work & Viva-Voce [OR] In lieu of Project work, the following two papers may be

opted.

 

8

 

10

 

80

 

120

 

200

 

3

22 4 III C14 1 Principle and     Practice     of

Insurance

4 5 40 60 100 3
23 4 III C15 2 Industrial Law 4 5 40 60 100 3
24 4 III E4 Elective-IV 4 5 40 60 100 3
Total 90 120 930 1320 2250

List of Elective Papers.

Electives Sub Code

Subject

 

Elective-I

18MCC1EA Services Marketing 18MCM1EA
18MCC1EB Financial Markets and Institutions
18MCC1EC Principles of International Trade
 

Elective-II

18MCC2EA Marketing of Financial Services
18MCC2EB Indian Stock Exchanges
18MCC2EC Export and Import Procedure
 

Elective-III

18MCC3EA Futures and Options
18MCC3EB Fundamental and Technical Analysis
18MCC3EC Marketing of Health Services
 

Elective-IV

18MCC4EA Travel and Hospitality Services
18MCC4EB Institutions Facilitating International Trade
18MCC4EC India’s International Trade

@ – No End Semester Examination, only Internal Exam.

#  –  No Internal Examination, only End Semester Exam.

With the use of the latest technology businesses is expanding globally. The requirement of highly qualified & trained professionals is growing day by day. In today’s life, there are many companies and organizations that are looking for specialized and expert marketers to get higher profits in a smart way. There are lots of job opportunities in the Private and Public sectors. Students can also apply for government sector jobs and work in the corporate world.

After completion of B.Com CA, ample job opportunities are available both in public and private sector industries.

  • Accounting and Auditing
  • Tax Advisory Services
  • Financial Services
  • Commercial Banking
  • International Banking
  • Insurance Services
  • Telecommunication Services and BPO’s
  • Manufacturing Services
  • Government Services
  • Other Sectors includes Automobile, Hospitality, Media, Information Technology Services