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B.Com & B.Com (Honours)

Programme outcome:

PO1: To disseminate knowledge that facilitates students to meet the highest standards of capability and professionalism in the extant dynamic business milieu.  

PO2: To provide holistic, transformative and innovative education which will aid in inculcating leadership qualities.

PO3: To offer unparalleled student practices across a broad spectrum of academic environments which will equip them with the values, skills and intellectual discipline that will enable them to make a positive contribution to society. 

PO4: To contribute to society through the quest of enlightenment, erudition and research at the highest international levels of excellence. 

Programme Specific Outcome:

PSO1: To develop supremacy in the students to conceptualize, identify and communicate key issues in the speckled areas of Commerce and Management, develop a standpoint that is buoyed with pertinent information and integrative thinking, to draw and assess conclusions.

PSO2: To create opportunities for the students to augment their thoughtfulness with regard to micro and macro environment to broaden their horizon and become a catalyst for change. 

PSO3: To groom socially cognizant leaders, managers and entrepreneurs—who contribute not just to the society, but to the global business environment as well. 

Course Outcome:

The course outcome which is expected to be achieved by the students after the completion of a particular course is very well elucidated in the form of course objectives in the College Instruction Manual.

Course Curriculum of B.Com  Programme

B Com Ist Semester B Com IIIrd Semester B Com Vth Semester
Punjabi or History and Culture of Punjab Interdisciplinary
Issues in Indian Commerce
Income Tax Law
English and Business Communication Cost Accounting Management Accounting
Psychology for Managers Company Law Indian Economy
Business Economics – I Business Mathematics and Statistics Production and Operation Management
Principles of Financial Accounting Banking and Insurance Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Commercial Laws Goods and Service Tax Financial Market and Services
Principles and Practices of Management
Environment, Road
Safety Education,
Violence against Women/
Children and Drug Abuse
B Com IInd Semester B Com IVth Semester B Com VIth Semester
Punjabi or History and Culture of Punjab Interdisciplinary
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Direct Tax Laws
English and Business Communication Advanced Accounting Financial Management
E-Commerce Auditing and Secretarial Practice Issues in Financial Reporting
Business Economics – II Cost Management Social and Business Ethics
Corporate Accounting Marketing Management Operational Research
Business Laws Quantitative Techniques and Methods Sectoral Aspects of Indian Economy
Human Resource Management

Course Curriculum of B.Com (Hons.) Programme

Any of the following electives

Elective 1

Accounting and Finance Elective 2 Management Studies
IIIrd Semester Accounting Theory and Reporting Practices IIIrd Semester Advertisement and Brand Management
IVth Semester Contemporary Issues in Accounting IVth Semester Consumer Behaviour
Vth Semester Strategic Financial Management Vth Semester Compensation Management
VIth Semester

Investment Management

VIth Semester Training and Development


1. The following categories of the students shall be entitled to take the option of History and Culture of Punjab in lieu of Punjabi as a compulsory subject:-
   (a) Students who have not studied Punjabi upto class10th.*
   (b) Wards of Defence Personnel and Central Government employee/employees, who are transferable on all India basis.
   (c) Foreigners
2. ‘Environment, Road Safety Education, Violence against Women/ Children and Drug Abuse’  is a compulsory qualifying paper, which the students have to study in the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./BBA 1st year (2nd Semester). If the student/s failed to qualify the paper during the 2nd Semester, he/she/ they be allowed to appear/qualify the same in the 4th or 6th Semester/s.