Master of Commerce (M.Com.)

Master of Commerce (M.Com.)

Entry Year

2020

Qualification

M.Com

Duration

2 years

Objective

The broad objective of the Master of Commerce program is to impart to the students, professional education and training in various aspects of business and its environment. We further, strive to provide them with opportunities to develop conceptual, practical, research and analytical business skills in order to meet the challenges of the business, industry and/or academic sector regardless of the level - National and Global.

Year of Establishment

1991

Dean

Prof. V N Raghu

Coordinators

Dr. HG Govinda Gowda
MBA, M.Phil, DCA Ph.D, (M.Com)

Ms. Sivakami R
M.Com, M.Phil, (Ph.D)

Vision

  • The Department shares the Vision of the College in providing a life-oriented Education and to become a centre of global excellence for Commerce and Management studies & research.

Mission

  • Enabling the students to be competent and to face the challenges of the Corporate World by imparting quality and value based Business Education. The department strives to enhance Knowledge, Skills, Attitude, Competencies and Creativity. It inculcates a humane approach based on dedication and selfless commitment.

Eligibility for Admission

A candidate who has passed the B.Com./ BBM/BBA Degree examination of this university or of any other university recognized as an equivalent and has secured not less than 50% of the marks in the aggregate in Commerce/Management subjects in all the examinations of the B. Com./BBM course shall be eligible for admission to the program. In the case of SC/ST students and blind students, the minimum percentage of marks required is 45%.

Program Structure Under CBCS

First Semester

Second Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Accounting Theory & Analysis

Strategic Financial Management

Business Information & Data Management

Operations Research

Management of Non-Profit Organisations

Entrepreneurial Management

Global Business Strategy

E- Commerce

Corporate Law and Governance

Corporate Policies and Practices

Bank Operations & Technology 

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Business Research Methods & Quantitative Analysis

International Financial Systems & Institutions.

Community Project + Viva-Voce

Internship Report + Viva-Voce

Third Semester

Fourth Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Elective-1

Elective-1

Elective-2

Elective-2

Elective-3

Elective-3

Elective-4

Elective-4

Project Management

Total Quality Management

MDC - To be chosen from other departments

RESEARCH PROJECT + VIVA-VOCE

Internship Report+ Viva

Electives

TE

Taxation Elective

AE

Accounting Elective

TE -1

Direct Taxes – 1

AE-1

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

TE -2

Direct Taxes – 2

AE-2

Strategic Cost Management

TE-3

Goods and Services Tax

AE-3

Advanced Corporate Accounting

TE-4

Corporate Tax Planning

AE-4

Int. Accounting & Financial Reporting Standards

FE

Finance Elective

ME

Marketing Elective

FE 1

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

ME 1

Consumer Behaviour & Relationship Management

FE 2

Behavioural Finance

ME 2

Product & Brand Management

F E3

International Financial management

ME 3

Integrated Marketing Communication

F E4

Financial Derivatives and Risk Management

ME 4

  Retailing & Distribution Management

HRE

Human Resource Elective

IBE

Insurance & Banking Elective

HRE-1

Organization Culture, Change and Development

IBE-1

Principles and Practice of Life & General Insurance

HRE-2

International Human Resource Management

IBE-2

Actuarial Science

HRE-3

Employee Relations and Labour Welfare

IBE-3

Bank Management

HRE-4

Employee Compensation and Knowledge Management

IBE-4

Credit Risk Management

BA

Business Analytics Elective

IT

Information Technology Management Elective

BA 4.1

Foundation of Data Science

IT.1

E-Business and Web Designing

BA 4.2

Big Data Technology

IT.1

Cloud Computing

BA 4.3

Computing for Data Analytics

IT.1

Database Management System

BA 4.4

Programming for Data Analytics

IT.1

System Analysis and Design

IB

International Business Elective

CRM

Corporate Relations & Event Management Elective

IB.1

International H R M

CREM.1

Public and Corporate Relations

IB.2

International Marketing

CREM.1

Advertising and Media Management

IB.3

International Finance

CREM.1

Corporate Image Building

IB.4

International Law

CREM.1

Event management

E

Entrepreneurship Elective

E1

Small Enterprise Management

E.2

Govt. Business and NGO interface

E3

Project Formulation, Appraisal and Control

E4

Financing of Small Business &Venture Capital

The following multi-disciplinary courses will be offered to the students of other departments

  1. Business Management
  2. Basic Finance & Accounting
  3. Advertising and Event Management
Objective

Objective

The broad objective of the Master of Commerce program is to impart to the students, professional education and training in various aspects of business and its environment. We further, strive to provide them with opportunities to develop conceptual, practical, research and analytical business skills in order to meet the challenges of the business, industry and/or academic sector regardless of the level - National and Global.

Year of Establishment

1991

Dean

Prof. V N Raghu

Coordinators

Dr. HG Govinda Gowda
MBA, M.Phil, DCA Ph.D, (M.Com)

Ms. Sivakami R
M.Com, M.Phil, (Ph.D)

Vision

  • The Department shares the Vision of the College in providing a life-oriented Education and to become a centre of global excellence for Commerce and Management studies & research.

Mission

  • Enabling the students to be competent and to face the challenges of the Corporate World by imparting quality and value based Business Education. The department strives to enhance Knowledge, Skills, Attitude, Competencies and Creativity. It inculcates a humane approach based on dedication and selfless commitment.

Eligibility for Admission

Eligibility for Admission

A candidate who has passed the B.Com./ BBM/BBA Degree examination of this university or of any other university recognized as an equivalent and has secured not less than 50% of the marks in the aggregate in Commerce/Management subjects in all the examinations of the B. Com./BBM course shall be eligible for admission to the program. In the case of SC/ST students and blind students, the minimum percentage of marks required is 45%.

Program Structure Under CBCS

Program Structure Under CBCS

First Semester

Second Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Accounting Theory & Analysis

Strategic Financial Management

Business Information & Data Management

Operations Research

Management of Non-Profit Organisations

Entrepreneurial Management

Global Business Strategy

E- Commerce

Corporate Law and Governance

Corporate Policies and Practices

Bank Operations & Technology 

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Business Research Methods & Quantitative Analysis

International Financial Systems & Institutions.

Community Project + Viva-Voce

Internship Report + Viva-Voce

Third Semester

Fourth Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Elective-1

Elective-1

Elective-2

Elective-2

Elective-3

Elective-3

Elective-4

Elective-4

Project Management

Total Quality Management

MDC - To be chosen from other departments

RESEARCH PROJECT + VIVA-VOCE

Internship Report+ Viva

Electives

TE

Taxation Elective

AE

Accounting Elective

TE -1

Direct Taxes – 1

AE-1

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

TE -2

Direct Taxes – 2

AE-2

Strategic Cost Management

TE-3

Goods and Services Tax

AE-3

Advanced Corporate Accounting

TE-4

Corporate Tax Planning

AE-4

Int. Accounting & Financial Reporting Standards

FE

Finance Elective

ME

Marketing Elective

FE 1

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

ME 1

Consumer Behaviour & Relationship Management

FE 2

Behavioural Finance

ME 2

Product & Brand Management

F E3

International Financial management

ME 3

Integrated Marketing Communication

F E4

Financial Derivatives and Risk Management

ME 4

  Retailing & Distribution Management

HRE

Human Resource Elective

IBE

Insurance & Banking Elective

HRE-1

Organization Culture, Change and Development

IBE-1

Principles and Practice of Life & General Insurance

HRE-2

International Human Resource Management

IBE-2

Actuarial Science

HRE-3

Employee Relations and Labour Welfare

IBE-3

Bank Management

HRE-4

Employee Compensation and Knowledge Management

IBE-4

Credit Risk Management

BA

Business Analytics Elective

IT

Information Technology Management Elective

BA 4.1

Foundation of Data Science

IT.1

E-Business and Web Designing

BA 4.2

Big Data Technology

IT.1

Cloud Computing

BA 4.3

Computing for Data Analytics

IT.1

Database Management System

BA 4.4

Programming for Data Analytics

IT.1

System Analysis and Design

IB

International Business Elective

CRM

Corporate Relations & Event Management Elective

IB.1

International H R M

CREM.1

Public and Corporate Relations

IB.2

International Marketing

CREM.1

Advertising and Media Management

IB.3

International Finance

CREM.1

Corporate Image Building

IB.4

International Law

CREM.1

Event management

E

Entrepreneurship Elective

E1

Small Enterprise Management

E.2

Govt. Business and NGO interface

E3

Project Formulation, Appraisal and Control

E4

Financing of Small Business &Venture Capital

The following multi-disciplinary courses will be offered to the students of other departments

  1. Business Management
  2. Basic Finance & Accounting
  3. Advertising and Event Management