Master of Commerce (Specialisation)

Financial Analysis integrated with KPMG International Accounting Practices

Program code: 047B
Course code : 47B1
Course Commencement : Sept 2022
Eligibility

Undergraduate Degree in either of the areas of Commerce / Accounting / Management with minimum 50% marks from a recognised institute or University.

Study Campus

School of Commerce
#44/4, District Fund Road
Jayanagar 9th Block Campus
Bangalore - 5600 69
P +91 73376 20222

Admissions Office

JGI Knowledge Campus
#44/4, District Fund Road
Jayanagar 9th Block Campus
Bangalore - 5600 69
P +91 7337620222

The two years’ program imparts professional exposure and training to participants in diverse aspects of accounting and finance. The program has been designed to develop or enhance the accounting and finance management skills necessary to function effectively within private businesses, non-profit organization, 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.

The well-structured course exposes students to the managerial issues in the contemporary world of finance & endeavours to create in the students a sense of confidence & competence in managing these issues, through knowledge dissemination & skill-enhancement. This course offers a combination of accounting and finance studies in order to enhance career prospects and extend knowledge of both disciplines.

 

INDUSTRY PARTNER FOR KPMG INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING PRACTICES (KIAP)

The program offered at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) is designed to meet the above mentioned industry demand and develop students’ knowledge and understanding of international financial reporting standards. This course will deal with concepts and principles which underpin finance and their application in reality.

Course Highlights
  • Strengthen the theoretical, analytical and applied knowledge base of Commerce.
  • Understand and explain the structure of international accounting framework
  • Apply relevant financial reporting standards to key elements of financial report
  • Identify and apply disclosure requirements for companies in financial reports and notes
  • Learn to prepare group financial statements including subsidiaries, associates, and joint ventures
  • Get trained on the fundamentals

    Jain (Deemed-to-be University) places importance on quality and value when it comes to academics and is committed to providing students with knowledge and skills that are in demand, besides offering opportunities to learn a variety of new concepts and skills.

  • Delve into the Experiential Learning

    Well–equipped digital classrooms, e-library, and state-of the-art-infrastructure are offered to create a unique academic ambience. Jain (Deemed-to-be University) has a multi-disciplinary approach to provide cutting edge quality education to students and enhance discipline, integrity, and the ability to think innovatively. The University aims to create future leaders, who can be the driving force in society.

  • Get trained on career centric concepts

    At Jain (Deemed-to-be University), students can build academic networks through seminars, conferences, University-Industry interface, study-tours, student-exchange programs, and internships that bring endless opportunities to create great career paths.

  • Further Study Guidelines

    Postgraduate programs at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) offer a strong foundation for further studies. We also help you develop career-specific skills and traits that are desirable in the industry.

SEMESTER – I
  Title of the Paper
Core Recent trends in Finance and Economics
Personal Tax Planning and Management
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Banking and Micro Finance
International Accounting Standards - I
Project Project
Project Project Centric Learning (PCL) ( Project / Internship house / Research )
SEMESTER – II
  Title of the Paper
Core Quantitative Research Skills
International Accounting Standards - II
Discipline Specific Elective /
Multi-disciplinary / Transdisciplinary
Accounting and Taxation / Finance and Technology / Business Studies / Entrepreneurship
DSE -1
DSE -2
Minor Specialization – DSEM-1
Project & Publication Project & Publication
Project Project Centric Learning (PCL) ( Project / Internship house / Research )
SEMESTER – III
  Title of the Paper
Core International Accounting Standards - III
Discipline Specific Elective /
Multi-disciplinary / Transdisciplinary
Accounting and Taxation / Finance and Technology / Business Studies / Entrepreneurship
DSE -3
DSE -4
Minor Specialization – DSEM-2
Project Project
Project Project Centric Learning (PCL) ( Project / Internship house / Research )
SEMESTER – IV
  Title of the Paper
Core International Accounting Standards - IV
Discipline Specific Elective /
Multi-disciplinary / Transdisciplinary
Accounting and Taxation / Finance and Technology / Business Studies / Entrepreneurship
DSE-5
DSE-6
Minor Specialization – DSEM-3
Project Project
Publication Publication/Patent
Project Project Centric Learning (PCL) ( Project / Internship house / Research )
Discipline Specific Elective / Multi-disciplinary / Transdisciplinary Electives
Major Specialization II Semester III Semester IV Semester
Accounting and Taxation a. Customs Law & GST (DSE-1) a. Corporate tax planning (DSE-3) a. Advanced Corporate Accounting (DSE-5)
b. Corporate restructuring and valuation (DSE-2) b. Strategic cost Analysis (DSE-4) b. International Taxation (DSE-6)
Finance & Technology a. International Financial Market and services (DSE-1) a. Financial Derivatives (DSE-3) a. Liquidity and risk management (DSE-5)
b. Investment Management (DSE-2) b. Strategic financial Management (DSE-4) b. Applied fin tech (DSE-6)
Business Studies a. Strategic Human resource management (DSE-1) a. International Business (DSE-3) a. Managing Industry relations (DSE-5)
b. Marketing Research and Communication (DSE-2) b. Insurance Management (DSE-4) c. Innovations in Banking (DSE-6)
Entrepreneurship a. Entrepreneurship theory and practice (DSE -1) a. Understanding family Business  (DSE-3) a. Tech & Innovation (DSE-5)
b. New Enterprise  Creation (DSE-2) b. Start-up Management (DSE-4)  b. Project management (DSE-6)
Discipline Specific Elective / Multi-disciplinary / Transdisciplinary Electives
Minor Specialization II Semester III Semester IV Semester
Accounting and Taxation Customs Law & GST (DSEM-1) Strategic cost Analysis (DSEM-2) Advanced Corporate Accounting (DSEM-3)
Finance & Technology International Financial Market and services (DSEM-1) Financial Derivatives (DSEM-2) Liquidity and risk management (DSEM-3)
Business Studies Strategic Human resource management (DSEM-1) Insurance Management (DSEM-2) Innovations in Banking (DSEM-3)
Entrepreneurship  Entrepreneurship theory and practice (DSEM-1) Start-up Management (DSEM-2) Tech & Innovation (DSEM-3)

There are a wide range of interesting and rewarding career opportunities in finance and business on completion of this course. Students can opt for openings in the areas of banks, finance companies, share broking, commodity, PE funds, and regulators like RBI, Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Forward Market Commission (FMC) and stock exchanges like NSE, BSE, commodity, currency and derivative exchanges. A post-graduation can be pursued which can be further expanded with research in areas like marketing (institutional and retail), operations & risk management and dealing, portfolio management services, treasury & arbitrage, distribution of products, legal, secretarial accounts and compliance etc.