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B.Com. Foreign Language

Why take this course?

B.Com. Foreign Language - This course would be ideal for those who are interested in learning English language with an expertise knowledge additionally with the main course. B.Com with Diploma Course in Foreign Language at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) explores the possibility of grooming the students to face the world of commerce by equipping the student to meet the challenges ahead with the additional program. In view of the existing demand of languages due to its multiple practical applications, the study of foreign language is gaining lots of importance in the academic studies, and the demand is growing continuously.

What will I experience?

  • Understanding the concept of stock exchange & other related fields.
  • Experience our teaching staff who are experts in the foreign language and help you improve your speaking, reading and writing skills with ease.
  • The wide range of career enhancement programs apart from the main syllabus.

What opportunities might it lead to?

After studying B.Com with a diploma in a foreign language for three years at Jain (Deemed-to-be University), you’ll be prepared to confidently move ahead in today's competitive global marketplace. This will make them get ready for a job and also to confidently work in the corporate sector in an international environment. They have the option to work as translators for government agencies, embassy, publishing companies, foreign language teaching, and newspaper reports writing etc. Students’ can also pursue post-graduation and expand it with further research.

Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Commerce

Course Commencement

June 2018


The minimum qualification required to apply is a pass in the 10+2 examination in Science or Commerce from PUC / ISC / CBSE or equivalent board. A course recognized as equivalent thereto by the University.

Study Campus

Admissions Office

Curriculum Structure & Teaching

I Semester
  • Language
  • English
  • Financial Accounting - I
  • Management Concepts & Practices
  • Quantitative Methods - I
  • Managerial Economics - I
  • Value Enhancing Course: Mind
  • Management & Human Values
II Semester
  • Language
  • English
  • Financial Accounting - II
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Quantitative Methods - II
  • Managerial Economics - II
  • Value Enhancing Course: Indian Constitution
III Semester
  • Language
  • English & Business Communication - I
  • Corporate Accounting - I
  • Human Resource Management Financial Management
  • Corporate Laws & Secretarial Practice
  • Value Enhancing Course: Computer Fundamentals
IV Semester
  • Language
  • English & Business Communication - II
  • Corporate Accounting - II
  • Marketing Management
  • Cost Accounting
  • Business Applications of Information
  • Systems
  • Value Enhancing Course: Environmental Science
V Semester
  • Banking Theory & Practice
  • Income Taxes - I
  • Management Accounting
  • Auditing
  • Elective Paper - I
  • Elective Paper – 2
VI Semester
  • Business Laws
  • Income Taxes - II
  • Entrepreneurship Management
  • International Business
  • Elective Paper - 3
  • Elective Paper - 4

Career Enhancement Programs

Apart from the main syllabus students can opt for various Career Enhancement Programs. These Career Enhancement Programs for capital market is designed as per current industry standards. Each program spreads over two semesters and the students are evaluated at the end of each semester. Evaluation is based on internal assessment, seminars and reports.

Course Curriculum for Certified Program in Foreign Language

I & II Semester
  • Basic Language Structure
  • The Writing System
  • Elementary Conversation
  • Asking Direction
  • Greeting and leave taking
  • Simple Conversation
  • The present tense
III & IV Semester
  • The past tense
  • Complex sentence structures
  • Advanced Vocabulary
  • Intermediate Level Language Skills
  • Advanced Vocabulary
  • Exposure to different areas of vocabulary: literary, technical, finance related
V & VI Semester
  • Upper Intermediate level vocabulary
  • Gaining proficiency and fluency in language skills
  • Study of short stories, newspaper articles
  • Advanced writing and speaking skills