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MCom (Banking, Finance and Insurance)

Why take this course?

MCom - is a two years postgraduate program with electives Banking, Finance & Insurance. The main aim of the course is to impart professional exposure and training to participants in diverse aspects of banking, finance, and insurance. The course study offers adequate knowledge and practical skills to plan the financial strategy. The course has been designed to develop or enhance the accounting and financial management skills necessary to function effectively within private businesses, non-profit organizations, and public agencies. This program also has been designed for people who seek to develop and apply their skills in the areas of auditing, taxation, information systems, financial analysis, Corporate Governance and Ethics among other subjects.

What will I experience?

On this course you can:

What opportunities might it lead to?

The program prepares students for a professional qualification in the respective domains and helps to equip the requisite knowledge and skills envisaged by the corporate world. Highly specialized knowledge in the area of finance and accounting will help the candidate to earn a rewarding career in the financial job market. Some of the job opportunities are:


Degree Awarded

Master of Commerce

Course Commencement

June 2017

Eligibility

The minimum qualification required to apply is a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university. However the candidate should have studied Mathematics / Business Mathematics/ Statistics / Information Technology / Computer Science / Computer Application. The student must have qualified in a national level entrance test like PGCET / KMAT / or Jain Entrance Test.

Study Campus

Admissions Office



Curriculum Structure & Teaching

I Semester
  • Direct Tax - I
  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Advanced Cost Accounting
  • Economics for Business Decisions
  • Corporate Law
  • Specialization - I

 

II Semester
  • Direct Tax - II
  • Financial Markets and Instruments
  • Advanced Management Accounting
  • Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions
  • Advanced Corporate Accounting
  • Specialization - II

 

III Semester
  • Indirect Tax
  • Research Methodology
  • International Financial Reporting Standards
  • Specialization - III
  • Specialization - IV
  • Project Work *

 

IV Semester
  • Auditing and Reporting
  • Business Oriented Computer Application and Tally *
  • Specialization - V
  • Specialization - VI
  • Project Work **

 

Elective I
  • Banking Operations & Services
  • Risk Management
  • Life & General Insurance
  • International Banking & Global Financial Markets
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Industrial Labor Law