B.Com Honors - Finance and Accounting

The three-year programme is divided into six semesters and is designed to fit the model curriculum prescribed by UGC. It includes Core Courses, Elective Courses and Skill enhancement courses. Discipline specific electives are introduced in the fifth and the sixth semesters related to Banking and Accounting & Finance.

Some of the courses offered include:

Financial and Corporate Accounting

A Concern’s monetary transactions are recorded in financial statements for a given financial year as income and expenses and you will learn how to provide clear, concise reporting.  You will also learn how to determine Company’s operating health, and the differences between between Financial and Managerial accounting.  You will also prepare learn how to prepare balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement.

Business and Corporate Laws

Business law topics that are covered are Contracts, Debtor-Creditor Relationships, Government Regulations, Implications of GST. Students will learn the law affect businesses and their operations. From the given business situations, you will be learn to identify the legal principles that govern and apply for these situation, and possibly determine the outcome when the law is applied the situation.

Corporate law focuses on business organizations, business financing, and governmental regulation. You will learn about bank financing, debt financing, secured transactions, and bankruptcy.

You will learn about the Indian Contract, Sale of Goods Act and Limited Liability Partnership Act to name a few.


In Microeconomics, you will learn all of the major principles of microeconomics.  You will learn how these principles are applicable to a wide variety of real-world situations in corporate situation.

You will learn Consumer behavior and the Elasticity of Demand, Production and its link with cost, Understand the various Competition Scenarios (Perfect Competition, Monopoly etc.)

In Macroeconomics, you will understand the consequences of Inflation and Unemployment, Open economy, and Behavioral foundations.


The University employs various techniques for its in-classroom instruction including:

  • Lectures
  • Case Study discussions
  • Role Plays
  • Seminars and Presentations

These are supplemented with the University LMS which includes:

  • Instructional videos
  • Games to learn concepts

During the first two years, multiple industrial visits are conducted to understand how what is learnt in a classroom setting is applied.

The last two semesters are spent in apprenticeship or on the job training (OJT) during which time the student will be supervised at the University by a mentor.

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