POs, PSOs, COs

M.Com. (Program Outcome) 

  • This program could provide Industries, Banking Sectors, Insurance Companies, Financing companies, Transport Agencies, Warehousing etc., well trained professionals to meet the requirements.
  • After completing graduation, students can get skills regarding various aspects like Marketing Manager, Selling Manager, over all Administration abilities of the Company.
  • Capability of the students to make decisions at personal & professional level will increase after completion of this course.
  • Students can independently start up their own Business. Students can get thorough knowledge of finance and commerce
  • The knowledge of different specializations in Accounting, costing, banking and finance with the practical exposure helps the students to stand in organization.

M.Com. (Program Specific Outcome)

  • The students can get the knowledge, skills and attitudes during the end of the B.Com. degree course.
  • By goodness of the preparation they can turn into a Manager, Accountant, Management Accountant, cost Accountant, Bank Manager, Auditor, Company Secretary, Teacher, Professor, Stock Agents, Government employments and so on,
  • Students will prove themselves in different professional exams like C.A. , C S, CMA, MPSC, UPSC. As well as other coerces.
  • The students will acquire the knowledge, skill in different areas of communication, decision making, innovations and problem solving in day to day business activities.
  • Students will gain thorough systematic and subject skills within various disciplines of finance, auditing and taxation, accounting, management, communication, computer. 
  • Students can also get the practical skills to work as accountant, audit assistant, tax consultant, and computer operator, as well as other financial supporting services.
  • Students will learn relevant Advanced accounting career skills, applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business.
  • Students will be able to do their higher education and can make research in the field of finance and commerce.

M.Com. : Program Outcome:-

Ø  It is a commerce degree that also teaches you the basics of all computer applications.

Ø  After doing this course the student can find a lot of career opportunities in the field of accounting, banking, marketing, e-commerce, teaching, insurance, and stock markets.

Ø  To make students familiar with computer environment & operating systems 

Ø  To introduce students with accounting packages like tally.

Ø    To develop skill and knowledge among students in applications of internet in education of commerce.

Year/Semester

Subject

Description

 M. Com I SEM

Management concepts

In this the student learn about the concept, scope and nature of management, planning, organising, directing, control

Business environment

In this the student learn about the theoretical framework of Business Environment, Political and Legal Environment of Business, Social, Cultural and International Environment, Technological Environment

Advance accounting

In this the student learn about the Investment Accounts, Accounting for Hire Purchase and Instalment Payment System, Rectification of Errors, Dissolution of Partnership Firm, Indian Accounting Standards

Cost analysis and control

In this the student learn about the various cost concepts, process accounting, Marginal Costing Budgetary Control, Standard Costing

M. Com IISEM

Corporate legal framework

In this the student learn about the various provisions of the Companies Act 2013, The Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881, The MRTP Act 1969, The Consumer Protection Act 1986, Regulatory Environment for International Business

Organizational behaviour

In this the student learn about the concept of organisational behaviour, models, theories and determinants of personality, theories of motivation, attitudes and values, Interpersonal behaviour, Organisational Conflicts

Advance statistical analysis

In this the student learn about the theory of probability, theory of sampling, test of significance, anova test

Functional management

In this the student learn about the financial management, production management, marketing management, personnel management

M. Com IIISEM

Managerial economics

In this the student learn about the nature , scope of managerial Economics, Demand Analysis, Production Function, Business Cycle, Profit Management

Tax planning and management

In this the student learn about the concept of tax planning, areas of tax planning, Setting up a new business and Tax Planning, Tax Planning and Financial Decisions

Entrepreneurship skill development

In this the student learn about the theories of entrepreneurship, promotion of a venture, Entrepreneurial Behaviour, Entrepreneurial Development Programme

Accounting for managerial decisions

In this the student learn about the Management Accounting, Financial Statements, Fund Flow and cash Flow Analysis, Capital Budgeting, Management Reporting System

M. Com IVSEM

(Specialization- Marketing)

Advertising and sales management

In this the student learn about the concept, scope, objective , function of advertising, Pre-Launch Advertising Decisions, Promotional management, Personal Selling, Sales Management

Consumer behaviour

In this the student learn about the meaning, significance and determinants of consumer behaviour, Organisational Buying Behaviour, Consumer Research, Consumer needs and motivation, Personality and Social Class affecting Consumer Behaviour

Rural and agricultural marketing

In this the student learn about the various aspects and dimensions of the Rural and Agricultural marketing, Channel Strategy

International marketing

In this the student learn about the meaning , scope, nature and significance of International Marketing, Export Organization, Direct and Indirect Trading, Export Credit, Export and Import procedure

M. Com IVSEM

(Specialization- Finance)

Security analysis and portfolio management

In this the student learn about the difference between Investment and Speculation, Concept of Return and Risk, Fundamental Analysis of the market, Stock Exchanges in India, Emerging Trends in Indian Capital Market

Strategic financial management

In this the student learn about Leverage Analysis, EBIT, Value of Equity Shares, Value of Debentures, Dividend Decision, Working capital Analysis

Project planning and management

In this the student learn about Project Life Cycle, Project Formulation, Project Finance, Project Implementation and Project Audit

Indian financial system

In this the student learn about the relationship between financial system and economic growth, money market, mutual funds, depositories and about credit rating agencies

B.Com. Course Outcome

B.Com.(Program Outcome) 

  • This program could provide Industries, Banking Sectors, Insurance Companies, Financing companies, Transport Agencies, Warehousing etc., well trained professionals to meet the requirements.
  • After completing graduation, students can get skills regarding various aspects like Marketing Manager, Selling Manager, over all Administration abilities of the Company.
  • Capability of the students to make decisions at personal & professional level will increase after completion of this course.
  • Students can independently start up their own Business. Students can get thorough knowledge of finance and commerce
  • The knowledge of different specializations in Accounting, costing, banking and finance with the practical exposure helps the students to stand in organization.

BCom (Program Specific Outcome)

  • The students can get the knowledge, skills and attitudes during the end of the B.Com. degree course.
  • By goodness of the preparation they can turn into a Manager, Accountant, Management Accountant, cost Accountant, Bank Manager, Auditor, Company Secretary, Teacher, Professor, Stock Agents, Government employments and so on,
  • Students will prove themselves in different professional exams like C.A. , C S, CMA, MPSC, UPSC. As well as other coerces.
  • The students will acquire the knowledge, skill in different areas of communication, decision making, innovations and problem solving in day to day business activities.
  • Students will gain thorough systematic and subject skills within various disciplines of finance, auditing and taxation, accounting, management, communication, computer. 
  • Students can also get the practical skills to work as accountant, audit assistant, tax consultant, and computer operator, as well as other financial supporting services.
  • Students will learn relevant Advanced accounting career skills, applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business.
  • Students will be able to do their higher education and can make research in the field of finance and commerce.

B.Com. Course Outcome

BCom (HONS) Program Outcome:-one of the most popular undergraduate degree programmes among Commerce stream students. … This programme is a general 3-year degree course which is not subject specific and the candidate can choose a combination of subjects apart from the few core subjects.

 

Year/Semester

Subject

Description

 

 B. Com (HONS)I Year

English Language

1. Students of the undergraduate level will be able to use    

     skills in English in their day to day life.

2. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension      

    skills successfully.

3. Students will learn human values, professional ethics,  

    gender equality through this course.

 4. This course will improve their vocabulary and

      communication skills

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Entrepreneurship Development

1 Aware student about entrepreneurship culture.

2. Know the theory of entrepreneurship

3. Know the practical know how about project of self-

    employment

 

Financial Accounting

1. Develop and understand the nature and purpose of

    financial statements in relationship to decision   

    making.

2. Develop the ability to use the fundamental accounting 

    equation to analyze the effect of business transactions

    on an organization’s accounting records and financial  

    statements.

3. Develop the ability to use a basic accounting system

    to create (record, classify, and summarize) the data

    needed to solve a variety of business problems.

4. Develop the ability to use accounting concepts,

    principles, and frameworks to analyze and effectively

   communicate information to a variety of audiences.

5. Develop the ability to use accounting information to

    solve a variety of business problems.

6. Develop the ability to interact well with team

    members.

 

Business Maths

1.Business mathematics are mathematics used by     

   commercial enterprises to record and    

  manage business operations.

2.Commercial organizations use mathematics in     

   accounting, inventory management, marketing, sales

  forecasting, and financial analysis.

3.It helps you know the financial formulas, fractions;

   measurements involved in interest calculation, hire rates, salary calculation, tax calculation etc. which help complete business tasks efficiently. 

4.Business mathematics also includes statistics and provides solution to business problems.

 

Principles of Management

1. Students will capable to know the basic concepts of management

2. Students will be capable of knowing more about the functions of management like planning, organising, staffing, directing  and controlling

 

Business Organisation & Communication

1.To make familiar the students with the emerging changes in the modern office environment and to develop organizational skills.

2.To build up the conceptual , analytical , technical and managerial skills of students efficient office organization and records management 

3.Technical skills among the students for designing and developing effective means to manage records , consistency and efficiency of work flow in the administrative section of an organization will be developed. 

4.To develop employability skills among the students.

Business Communication 

5.To make the students aware about the business communication.

6.  To understand the process and importance of communication.

7. To develop awareness regarding new trends in business communication, various media of communication and communication devices. 

8.To extend business communication skills through the application and exercises

 

Managerial Economics

In this the students learn about the various theories and models of Economics as demand theory, supply theory, production analysis, cost analysis, kinds of market which can help the manager in taking the appropriate decisions

 

Macro Economics

In this the students learn about the nature of various macro-economic variables like aggregate demand, aggregate supply, employment, investment, GDP, national Income

 

B. Com (HONS)II Year

English Language

1. Student’s vocabulary will be enriched and their communication skill

 2. Would be enhanced after completing the course.

 3. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension skills successfully.

4. Students will learn human values, professional ethics, gender equality through this course.

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Environmental Studies

1. Understanding environmental concerns by the students at the undergraduate level.

2. Understanding the relationship of man with the environment and help them to change attitude for more positive, proactive, eco friendly and sustainable lifestyles.

3. Getting information about climate change, Global warming, Acid rain, Green-house effect, Ozone, layer depletion.

4. Cultivating attitudes to safeguard the environment built particularly with field experience.

5. Realization of the impact of human actions on the immediate environment and the linkage with the larger issues.

6. Getting information about Environment Protection Acts.

 

Corporate Accounting

1.To know the corporate accounting policy

2. Aware students about methods of issue of shares/ debenture

 3. To know the financial analysis for comparison

4. This course aims to enlighten the students on the accounting procedures followed by the Companies.  5.Student’s skills about accounting standards will be developed.

6. To make aware the students about the valuation of shares.

7. To impart knowledge about holding company accounts, amalgamation, absorption and reconstruction of company.

 

Advance Accounting and Practices

In this they study about various advance accounting concepts as Accounting for Non Profit Organisation, Consignment Accounts, Accounting for Hire Purchase, Instalment Payment System, Accounting for Banking anf Insurance Companies

 

Advance Statistics

1. Make them able to decision maker by using statistical tools like probability, time series, central tendency

2. Aware modern techniques of decision making

3. Students various types of parametric and non-parametric tests that can help them in research and data collection

 

Public Finance

In this the student study about the sources of revenue for the govt. And its mode of public expenditure

 

Marketing Management

In this the student learn about the various basics and principles of Marketing Management

 

Financial Management

In this the student learn about the various basics and principles of Financial Management

 

B. Com (HONS)III Year

English Language

1.The objectives of the course are to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of english.

2.To offer relevant and practically helpful pieces of prose and poetry to students so that they not only get to know the beauty and communicative power of English but also its practical application.

3. To expose students to a variety of topics that dominates the contemporary  socio-economic and cultural life.

4. To develop oral and written communication skills of the students so that  their employability enhances.

5. To develop overall linguistic competence and communicative skills of students

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language.

 

Basics of Computer & Information Technology

1.The main objective is to introduce IT in a simple language to the commerce  students.

2.It will help them to pursue specialized programs leading to technical and professional careers and certifications in the IT industry.

3.The focus of the subject is on introducing skills relating to IT basics, computer applications, interactive medias, Internet basics etc.

 

Income Tax Laws & Practice

1.Students can understand Income Tax system properly, and can get the knowledge of different tax provisions.

2.To give knowledge about preparation of Tax Filing, Submission of Income Tax Return, Advance Tax, and Tax deducted at Source, Tax Collection Authorities under the Income Tax Act, 1961.

 

Indirect Tax

Students can understand the various Provisions of GST Act along with its calculations, assessment and returns filing

 

Banking Law and Practice

In this the students learn about the technical concepts and basics regarding the Banking industry, legal issues in Banking industry

 

Management and Cost Accounting

1.It enables the student to know that Management accounting and Cost Accounting helps the owners and other managerial personnel analyze the performance of the company.

2.This data helps them define the costs, budgets, policies that help optimize the earnings of the company.

3.The decisions related to the operations and processes are based on this data.

 

Human Resource Management

In this the student learn about the various basics and principles of Human Resource Management

 

Research Methodology

In this the student learn about the basic concepts of research like research design, research plan, hypothesis testing and research reports

 

BCom (CA): Program Outcome:-

Ø  It is a commerce degree that also teaches you the basics of all computer applications.

Ø  After doing this course the student  can find a lot of career opportunities in the field of accounting, banking, marketing, e-commerce, teaching, insurance, and stock markets.

Ø  To make students familiar with computer environment & operating systems 

Ø  To introduce students with accounting packages like tally.

Ø    To develop skill and knowledge among students in applications of internet in education of commerce.

 

Year/Semester

Subject

Description

 

 B. Com (CA)I Year

English Language

1. Students of the undergraduate level will be able to use

skills in English in their day to day life.

2. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension

skills successfully.

3. Students will learn human values, professional ethics,

gender equality through this course.

 4. This course will improve their vocabulary and

communication skills

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Entrepreneurship Development

1 Aware student about entrepreneurship culture.

2. Know the theory of entrepreneurship

3. Know the practical know how about project of self-

employment

 

Financial Accounting

1. Develop and understand the nature and purpose of

financial statements in relationship to decision

making.

2. Develop the ability to use the fundamental accounting

equation to analyze the effect of business transactions

on an organization’s accounting records and financial

statements.

3. Develop the ability to use a basic accounting system

to create (record, classify, and summarize) the data

needed to solve a variety of business problems.

4. Develop the ability to use accounting concepts,

principles, and frameworks to analyze and effectively

communicate information to a variety of audiences.

5. Develop the ability to use accounting information to

solve a variety of business problems.

6. Develop the ability to interact well with team

members.

 

Business Maths

1.Business mathematics are mathematics usedby

commercial enterprises to record and

  manage business operations.

2.Commercial organizations use mathematics in

accounting, inventory management, marketing, sales

forecasting, and financial analysis.

3.It helps you know the financial formulas, fractions;

measurements involved in interest calculation, hire rates, salary calculation, tax calculation etc. which help complete business tasks efficiently. 

4.Business mathematics also includes statistics and provides solution to business problems.

 

Business Law

1. Students will capable to know the technical grounds of mercantile law and its uses

2. Students will capable to know the practices of law

 

Business Organisation & Communication

1.To make familiar the students with the emerging changes in the modern office environment and to develop organizational skills.

2.To build up the conceptual , analytical , technical and managerial skills of students efficient office organization and records management 

3.Technical skills among the students for designing and developing effective means to manage records , consistency and efficiency of work flow in the administrative section of an organization will be developed. 

4.To develop employability skills among the students.

Business Communication 

5.To make the students aware about the business communication.

6.  To understand the process and importance of communication.

7. To develop awareness regarding new trends in business communication, various media of communication and communication devices. 

8.To extend business communication skills through the application and exercises

 

Fundamentals of Computer & PC Software

to acquire basic knowledge in Information Technology and its applications in the areas of business.

 

Desktop Publishing & Multimedia

1.Used properly, desktop publishing enhances visual communication and streamlines the process of disseminating information of all kinds.

2.It’s also the method of file preparation that ensures files print properly so that communications get out in a timely manner.

 

B. Com (CA)II Year

English Language

1. Student’s vocabulary will be enriched and their communication skill

 2. Would be enhanced after completing the course.

 3. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension skills successfully.

4. Students will learn human values, professional ethics, gender equality through this course.

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Environmental Studies

1. Understanding environmental concerns by the students at the undergraduate level.

2. Understanding the relationship of man with the environment and help them to change attitude for more positive, proactive, ecofriendly and sustainable lifestyles.

3. Getting information about climate change, Global warming, Acid rain, Green-house effect, Ozone, layer depletion.

4. Cultivating attitudes to safeguard the environment built particularly with field experience.

5. Realization of the impact of human actions on the immediate environment and the linkage with the larger issues.

6. Getting information about Environment Protection Acts.

 

Corporate Accounting

1.To know the corporate accounting policy

2. Aware students about methods of issue of shares/ debenture

 3. To know the financial analysis for comparison

4. This course aims to enlighten the students on the accounting procedures followed by the Companies.  5.Student’s skills about accounting standards will be developed.

6. To make aware the students about the valuation of shares.

7. To impart knowledge about holding company accounts, amalgamation, absorption and reconstruction of company.

 

Cost Accounting

1.To understand Basic Cost concepts, Elements of cost and cost sheet. 

2.Providing knowledge about difference between financial accounting and cost accounting.  3.Ascertainment of Material and Labor Cost.

4.Student’s Capability to apply theoretical knowledge in practical situation will be increased.

 

Principles of Statistics

1. Make them able to decision maker by using statistical tools like probability, time series, central tendency

2. Aware modern techniques of decision making

 

Principles of Management

1. Demonstrate professional communication and Behaviour

2. Observe and evaluate the influence of historical forces on the current practice of management.

 3. Identify and evaluate social responsibility and ethical issues involved in business situations and logically articulate own position on such issues.

 4. Explain how organizations adapt to an uncertain environment and identify techniques managers use to influence and control the internal environment.

5. Practice the process of management’s four functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.

6. Identify and properly use vocabularies within the field of management to articulate one’s own position on a specific management issue and communicate effectively with varied audiences.

7. Evaluate leadership styles to anticipate the consequences of each leadership style.

8. Gather and analyze both qualitative and quantitative information to isolate issues and formulate best control methods.

 

Internet & E-Commerce

To provide the students knowledge related to types of Internet topology, its working, elements and the features and characteristics of E-commerce

 

Relational Database management System

To provide students the knowledge of storing data in database, creating database, generating effective queries

 

B. Com (CA)III Year

English Language

1.The objectives of the course are to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of english.

2.To offer relevant and practically helpful pieces of prose and poetry to students so that they not only get to know the beauty and communicative power of English but also its practical application.

3. To expose students to a variety of topics that dominates the contemporary socio-economic and cultural life.

4. To develop oral and written communication skills of the students so that their employability enhances.

5. To develop overall linguistic competence and communicative skills of students

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language.

 

Basics of Computer & Information Technology

1.The main objective is to introduce IT in a simple language to the commerce  students.

2.It will help them to pursue specialized programs leading to technical and professional careers and certifications in the IT industry.

3.The focus of the subject is on introducing skills relating to IT basics, computer applications, interactive medias, Internet basics etc.

 

Income Tax Laws & Practice

1.Students can understand Income Tax system properly, and can get the knowledge of different tax provisions.

2.To give knowledge about preparation of Tax Filing, Submission of Income Tax Return, Advance Tax, and Tax deducted at Source, Tax Collection Authorities under the Income Tax Act, 1961.

 

Indirect Tax

Students can understand the various Provisions of GST Act along with its calculations, assessment and returns filing

 

Auditing

1.Auditing 1. Is able to discuss and describe auditor’s responsibility to detect material misstatements in the financial statements and is able to identify risk areas that pose a major threat to the financial statements.

2. Is able to discuss and describe GAAS and PCAOB Standards and appropriately apply the standards to audit situations.

3. Is able to discuss and describe the various audit reports (opinions) and also identify required audit report from various audit situations

 

Management Accounting

1.It enables the student to know that Management accounting helps the owners and other managerial personnel analyze the performance of the company.

2.This data helps them define the costs, budgets, policies that help optimize the earnings of the company.

3.The decisions related to the operations and processes are based on this data.

 

Web Designing

1.To provide students knowledge of  in the production and maintenance of websites.

2.The different areas of web design include web graphic design; user interface design; authoring, including standardised code and proprietary software; user experience design; and search engine optimization.

 

Digital Marketing

Its main aim for students is following:

1.Increase in the number of sales results in increases in revenue.

2.It helps you brand your company.

3.Easy to get familiar with the marketing channels.

4.Digital Marketing helps to build a better relationship with your customers/prospects.

5.Better ROI (Return of Investment).

6.Has wide and dynamic career opportunities.

 

Ø  BCom (Plain) Program Outcome:-It is a commerce degree that also teaches you the basics of accounting

Ø  After doing this course the student  can find a lot of career opportunities in the field of accounting, banking, marketing, e-commerce, teaching, insurance, and stock markets.

Ø  To make students familiar with accounting, taxation and audit and law.

Ø   To develop skill and knowledge among students in education of commerce.

 

Year/Semester

Subject

Description

 

 B. Com (Plain)I Year

English Language

1. Students of the undergraduate level will be able to use

skills in English in their day to day life.

2. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension

skills successfully.

3. Students will learn human values, professional ethics,

gender equality through this course.

 4. This course will improve their vocabulary and

communication skills

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Entrepreneurship Development

1 Aware student about entrepreneurship culture.

2. Know the theory of entrepreneurship

3. Know the practical know how about project of self-

employment

 

Financial Accounting

1. Develop and understand the nature and purpose of

financial statements in relationship to decision

making.

2. Develop the ability to use the fundamental accounting

equation to analyze the effect of business transactions

on an organization’s accounting records and financial

statements.

3. Develop the ability to use a basic accounting system

to create (record, classify, and summarize) the data

needed to solve a variety of business problems.

4. Develop the ability to use accounting concepts,

principles, and frameworks to analyze and effectively

communicate information to a variety of audiences.

5. Develop the ability to use accounting information to

solve a variety of business problems.

6. Develop the ability to interact well with team

members.

 

Business Maths

1.Business mathematics are mathematics usedby

commercial enterprises to record and

  manage business operations.

2.Commercial organizations use mathematics in

accounting, inventory management, marketing, sales

forecasting, and financial analysis.

3.It helps you know the financial formulas, fractions;

measurements involved in interest calculation, hire rates, salary calculation, tax calculation etc. which help complete business tasks efficiently. 

4.Business mathematics also includes statistics and provides solution to business problems.

 

Business Law

1. Students will capable to know the technical grounds of mercantile law and its uses

2. Students will capable to know the practices of law

 

Business Organisation & Communication

1.To make familiar the students with the emerging changes in the modern office environment and to develop organizational skills.

2.To build up the conceptual , analytical , technical and managerial skills of students efficient office organization and records management 

3.Technical skills among the students for designing and developing effective means to manage records , consistency and efficiency of work flow in the administrative section of an organization will be developed. 

4.To develop employability skills among the students.

Business Communication 

5.To make the students aware about the business communication.

6.  To understand the process and importance of communication.

7. To develop awareness regarding new trends in business communication, various media of communication and communication devices. 

8.To extend business communication skills through the application and exercises

 

Micro-Economics

In this the student learn about the nature of various micro-economic variables like demand, supply, production, cost ,revenue and markets

 

Macro-Economics

In this the student learn about the nature of various macro-economic variables like aggregate demand, aggregate supply, employment, investment, GDP, national Income

 

B. Com (Plain)II Year

English Language

1. Student’s vocabulary will be enriched and their communication skill

 2. Would be enhanced after completing the course.

 3. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension skills successfully.

4. Students will learn human values, professional ethics, gender equality through this course.

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Environmental Studies

1. Understanding environmental concerns by the students at the undergraduate level.

2. Understanding the relationship of man with the environment and help them to change attitude for more positive, proactive, ecofriendly and sustainable lifestyles.

3. Getting information about climate change, Global warming, Acid rain, Green-house effect, Ozone, layer depletion.

4. Cultivating attitudes to safeguard the environment built particularly with field experience.

5. Realization of the impact of human actions on the immediate environment and the linkage with the larger issues.

6. Getting information about Environment Protection Acts.

 

Corporate Accounting

1.To know the corporate accounting policy

2. Aware students about methods of issue of shares/ debenture

 3. To know the financial analysis for comparison

4. This course aims to enlighten the students on the accounting procedures followed by the Companies.  5.Student’s skills about accounting standards will be developed.

6. To make aware the students about the valuation of shares.

7. To impart knowledge about holding company accounts, amalgamation, absorption and reconstruction of company.

 

Cost Accounting

1.To understand Basic Cost concepts, Elements of cost and cost sheet. 

2.Providing knowledge about difference between financial accounting and cost accounting.  3.Ascertainment of Material and Labor Cost.

4.Student’s Capability to apply theoretical knowledge in practical situation will be increased.

 

Principles of Statistics

1. Make them able to decision maker by using statistical tools like probability, time series, central tendency

2. Aware modern techniques of decision making

 

Principles of Management

1. Demonstrate professional communication and Behaviour

2. Observe and evaluate the influence of historical forces on the current practice of management.

 3. Identify and evaluate social responsibility and ethical issues involved in business situations and logically articulate own position on such issues.

 4. Explain how organizations adapt to an uncertain environment and identify techniques managers use to influence and control the internal environment.

5. Practice the process of management’s four functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.

6. Identify and properly use vocabularies within the field of management to articulate one’s own position on a specific management issue and communicate effectively with varied audiences.

7. Evaluate leadership styles to anticipate the consequences of each leadership style.

8. Gather and analyze both qualitative and quantitative information to isolate issues and formulate best control methods.

 

Indian Company Act

In this the student learn about the various provisions of The Indian Company Law 2013

 

Banking and Insurance

In this the student learn the various concepts of banking like statutory reserve, and the various concepts of insurance like assurance, insurance, insurance ceded

 

B. Com (Plain)III Year

English Language

1.The objectives of the course are to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of english.

2.To offer relevant and practically helpful pieces of prose and poetry to students so that they not only get to know the beauty and communicative power of English but also its practical application.

3. To expose students to a variety of topics that dominates the contemporary socio-economic and cultural life.

4. To develop oral and written communication skills of the students so that their employability enhances.

5. To develop overall linguistic competence and communicative skills of students

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language.

 

Basics of Computer & Information Technology

1.The main objective is to introduce IT in a simple language to the commerce  students.

2.It will help them to pursue specialized programs leading to technical and professional careers and certifications in the IT industry.

3.The focus of the subject is on introducing skills relating to IT basics, computer applications, interactive medias, Internet basics etc.

 

Income Tax Laws & Practice

1.Students can understand Income Tax system properly, and can get the knowledge of different tax provisions.

2.To give knowledge about preparation of Tax Filing, Submission of Income Tax Return, Advance Tax, and Tax deducted at Source, Tax Collection Authorities under the Income Tax Act, 1961.

 

Indirect Tax

Students can understand the various Provisions of GST Act along with its calculations, assessment and returns filing

 

Auditing

1.Auditing 1. Is able to discuss and describe auditor’s responsibility to detect material misstatements in the financial statements and is able to identify risk areas that pose a major threat to the financial statements.

2. Is able to discuss and describe GAAS and PCAOB Standards and appropriately apply the standards to audit situations.

3. Is able to discuss and describe the various audit reports (opinions) and also identify required audit report from various audit situations

 

Management Accounting

1.It enables the student to know that Management accounting helps the owners and other managerial personnel analyze the performance of the company.

2.This data helps them define the costs, budgets, policies that help optimize the earnings of the company.

3.The decisions related to the operations and processes are based on this data.

 

Principles of Marketing

In this the student learn  about the various concepts of marketing like product positioning, brand positioning,  marketing mix,

 

International Marketing

In this the student learn about the various concepts of International Marketing

 

BCom (FT) Program Outcome:-The curriculum would also provide students with insight into the foreign trade policies of different nations, have a deeper understanding of the international market and even provide efficient methods to make products and services attractive in foreign soil.

 

Year/Semester

Subject

Description

 

 B. Com (FT)I Year

English Language

1. Students of the undergraduate level will be able to use

skills in English in their day to day life.

2. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension

skills successfully.

3. Students will learn human values, professional ethics,

gender equality through this course.

 4. This course will improve their vocabulary and

communication skills

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Entrepreneurship Development

1 Aware student about entrepreneurship culture.

2. Know the theory of entrepreneurship

3. Know the practical know how about project of self-

employment

 

Financial Accounting

1. Develop and understand the nature and purpose of

financial statements in relationship to decision

making.

2. Develop the ability to use the fundamental accounting

equation to analyze the effect of business transactions

on an organization’s accounting records and financial

statements.

3. Develop the ability to use a basic accounting system

to create (record, classify, and summarize) the data

needed to solve a variety of business problems.

4. Develop the ability to use accounting concepts,

principles, and frameworks to analyze and effectively

communicate information to a variety of audiences.

5. Develop the ability to use accounting information to

solve a variety of business problems.

6. Develop the ability to interact well with team

members.

 

Business Maths

1.Business mathematics are mathematics usedby

commercial enterprises to record and

  manage business operations.

2.Commercial organizations use mathematics in

accounting, inventory management, marketing, sales

forecasting, and financial analysis.

3.It helps you know the financial formulas, fractions;

measurements involved in interest calculation, hire rates, salary calculation, tax calculation etc. which help complete business tasks efficiently. 

4.Business mathematics also includes statistics and provides solution to business problems.

 

Business Law

1. Students will capable to know the technical grounds of mercantile law and its uses

2. Students will capable to know the practices of law

 

Business Organisation & Communication

1.To make familiar the students with the emerging changes in the modern office environment and to develop organizational skills.

2.To build up the conceptual , analytical , technical and managerial skills of students efficient office organization and records management 

3.Technical skills among the students for designing and developing effective means to manage records , consistency and efficiency of work flow in the administrative section of an organization will be developed. 

4.To develop employability skills among the students.

Business Communication 

5.To make the students aware about the business communication.

6.  To understand the process and importance of communication.

7. To develop awareness regarding new trends in business communication, various media of communication and communication devices. 

8.To extend business communication skills through the application and exercises

 

Basics of Foreign Trade

In this studentslearn a great deal about the movement of services, goods and capital across International territories and borders.

 

Indian Foreign Trade

In this studentslearn about the export and import of India, its share in the international trade

 

B. Com (FT)II Year

English Language

1. Student’s vocabulary will be enriched and their communication skill

 2. Would be enhanced after completing the course.

 3. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension skills successfully.

4. Students will learn human values, professional ethics, gender equality through this course.

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Environmental Studies

1. Understanding environmental concerns by the students at the undergraduate level.

2. Understanding the relationship of man with the environment and help them to change attitude for more positive, proactive, ecofriendly and sustainable lifestyles.

3. Getting information about climate change, Global warming, Acid rain, Green-house effect, Ozone, layer depletion.

4. Cultivating attitudes to safeguard the environment built particularly with field experience.

5. Realization of the impact of human actions on the immediate environment and the linkage with the larger issues.

6. Getting information about Environment Protection Acts.

 

Corporate Accounting

1.To know the corporate accounting policy

2. Aware students about methods of issue of shares/ debenture

 3. To know the financial analysis for comparison

4. This course aims to enlighten the students on the accounting procedures followed by the Companies.  5.Student’s skills about accounting standards will be developed.

6. To make aware the students about the valuation of shares.

7. To impart knowledge about holding company accounts, amalgamation, absorption and reconstruction of company.

 

Cost Accounting

1.To understand Basic Cost concepts, Elements of cost and cost sheet. 

2.Providing knowledge about difference between financial accounting and cost accounting.  3.Ascertainment of Material and Labor Cost.

4.Student’s Capability to apply theoretical knowledge in practical situation will be increased.

 

Principles of Statistics

1. Make them able to decision maker by using statistical tools like probability, time series, central tendency

2. Aware modern techniques of decision making

 

Principles of Management

1. Demonstrate professional communication and Behaviour

2. Observe and evaluate the influence of historical forces on the current practice of management.

 3. Identify and evaluate social responsibility and ethical issues involved in business situations and logically articulate own position on such issues.

 4. Explain how organizations adapt to an uncertain environment and identify techniques managers use to influence and control the internal environment.

5. Practice the process of management’s four functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.

6. Identify and properly use vocabularies within the field of management to articulate one’s own position on a specific management issue and communicate effectively with varied audiences.

7. Evaluate leadership styles to anticipate the consequences of each leadership style.

8. Gather and analyze both qualitative and quantitative information to isolate issues and formulate best control methods.

 

Elements of Export Marketing

In this the student learn about Research, Infrastructure, Product Localization, Marketing ,localization, Communications, Inbound marketing,Outbound marketing

 

Foreign Trade Financing and Procedures

In this the student learn about the financial instruments and products that are used by companies to facilitate international trade and commerce.

 

B. Com (FT)III Year

English Language

1.The objectives of the course are to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of english.

2.To offer relevant and practically helpful pieces of prose and poetry to students so that they not only get to know the beauty and communicative power of English but also its practical application.

3. To expose students to a variety of topics that dominates the contemporary socio-economic and cultural life.

4. To develop oral and written communication skills of the students so that their employability enhances.

5. To develop overall linguistic competence and communicative skills of students

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language.

 

Basics of Computer & Information Technology

1.The main objective is to introduce IT in a simple language to the commerce  students.

2.It will help them to pursue specialized programs leading to technical and professional careers and certifications in the IT industry.

3.The focus of the subject is on introducing skills relating to IT basics, computer applications, interactive medias, Internet basics etc.

 

Income Tax Laws & Practice

1.Students can understand Income Tax system properly, and can get the knowledge of different tax provisions.

2.To give knowledge about preparation of Tax Filing, Submission of Income Tax Return, Advance Tax, and Tax deducted at Source, Tax Collection Authorities under the Income Tax Act, 1961.

 

Indirect Tax

Students can understand the various Provisions of GST Act along with its calculations, assessment and returns filing

 

Auditing

1.Auditing 1. Is able to discuss and describe auditor’s responsibility to detect material misstatements in the financial statements and is able to identify risk areas that pose a major threat to the financial statements.

2. Is able to discuss and describe GAAS and PCAOB Standards and appropriately apply the standards to audit situations.

3. Is able to discuss and describe the various audit reports (opinions) and also identify required audit report from various audit situations

 

Management Accounting

1.It enables the student to know that Management accounting helps the owners and other managerial personnel analyze the performance of the company.

2.This data helps them define the costs, budgets, policies that help optimize the earnings of the company.

3.The decisions related to the operations and processes are based on this data.

 

Shipping, Insurance and Documentation

It enables the student to understand containerization, packing and marketing for export, Cargo insurance, Documentation: Need rationale and types of document, obtaining export and import license, processing of an export order

 

Entrepreneurship Development

It enables the student to understand the means of enhancing the knowledge and skill of entrepreneurs through several classroom coaching and programs, and training. This entrepreneur development process helps new firms or ventures get better in achieving their goals, improve business and the nation’s economy.

 

BCom (Tax Procedure) Program Outcome:-B.Com.in Taxation is a 3-year course. Students will learn about imposing tax and maintaining bookkeeping, overseeing monetary arrangement. The subjects taught in B.Com.(Tax Procedure) are basically from taxation, accounting, and finance fields. These subjects have a main role in the financial sector.

 

Year/Semester

Subject

Description

 

 B. Com (Tax)I Year

English Language

1. Students of the undergraduate level will be able to use

skills in English in their day to day life.

2. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension

skills successfully.

3. Students will learn human values, professional ethics,

gender equality through this course.

 4. This course will improve their vocabulary and

communication skills

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Entrepreneurship Development

1 Aware student about entrepreneurship culture.

2. Know the theory of entrepreneurship

3. Know the practical know how about project of self-

employment

 

Financial Accounting

1. Develop and understand the nature and purpose of

financial statements in relationship to decision

making.

2. Develop the ability to use the fundamental accounting

equation to analyze the effect of business transactions

on an organization’s accounting records and financial

statements.

3. Develop the ability to use a basic accounting system

to create (record, classify, and summarize) the data

needed to solve a variety of business problems.

4. Develop the ability to use accounting concepts,

principles, and frameworks to analyze and effectively

communicate information to a variety of audiences.

5. Develop the ability to use accounting information to

solve a variety of business problems.

6. Develop the ability to interact well with team

members.

 

Business Maths

1.Business mathematics are mathematics usedby

commercial enterprises to record and

  manage business operations.

2.Commercial organizations use mathematics in

accounting, inventory management, marketing, sales

forecasting, and financial analysis.

3.It helps you know the financial formulas, fractions;

measurements involved in interest calculation, hire rates, salary calculation, tax calculation etc. which help complete business tasks efficiently. 

4.Business mathematics also includes statistics and provides solution to business problems.

 

Business Law

1. Students will capable to know the technical grounds of mercantile law and its uses

2. Students will capable to know the practices of law

 

Business Organisation & Communication

1.To make familiar the students with the emerging changes in the modern office environment and to develop organizational skills.

2.To build up the conceptual , analytical , technical and managerial skills of students efficient office organization and records management 

3.Technical skills among the students for designing and developing effective means to manage records , consistency and efficiency of work flow in the administrative section of an organization will be developed. 

4.To develop employability skills among the students.

Business Communication 

5.To make the students aware about the business communication.

6.  To understand the process and importance of communication.

7. To develop awareness regarding new trends in business communication, various media of communication and communication devices. 

8.To extend business communication skills through the application and exercises

 

Direct Tax System – Income Tax

In this the students learn about the basics of Direct Tax System ie Income Tax

 

Indirect Tax System – GST

In this the students learn about the basics of Indirect Tax System ie GST

 

B. Com (Tax)II Year

English Language

1. Student’s vocabulary will be enriched and their communication skill

 2. Would be enhanced after completing the course.

 3. They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension skills successfully.

4. Students will learn human values, professional ethics, gender equality through this course.

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language

 

Environmental Studies

1. Understanding environmental concerns by the students at the undergraduate level.

2. Understanding the relationship of man with the environment and help them to change attitude for more positive, proactive, ecofriendly and sustainable lifestyles.

3. Getting information about climate change, Global warming, Acid rain, Green-house effect, Ozone, layer depletion.

4. Cultivating attitudes to safeguard the environment built particularly with field experience.

5. Realization of the impact of human actions on the immediate environment and the linkage with the larger issues.

6. Getting information about Environment Protection Acts.

 

Corporate Accounting

1.To know the corporate accounting policy

2. Aware students about methods of issue of shares/ debenture

 3. To know the financial analysis for comparison

4. This course aims to enlighten the students on the accounting procedures followed by the Companies.  5.Student’s skills about accounting standards will be developed.

6. To make aware the students about the valuation of shares.

7. To impart knowledge about holding company accounts, amalgamation, absorption and reconstruction of company.

 

Cost Accounting

1.To understand Basic Cost concepts, Elements of cost and cost sheet. 

2.Providing knowledge about difference between financial accounting and cost accounting.  3.Ascertainment of Material and Labor Cost.

4.Student’s Capability to apply theoretical knowledge in practical situation will be increased.

 

Principles of Statistics

1. Make them able to decision maker by using statistical tools like probability, time series, central tendency

2. Aware modern techniques of decision making

 

Principles of Management

1. Demonstrate professional communication and Behaviour

2. Observe and evaluate the influence of historical forces on the current practice of management.

 3. Identify and evaluate social responsibility and ethical issues involved in business situations and logically articulate own position on such issues.

 4. Explain how organizations adapt to an uncertain environment and identify techniques managers use to influence and control the internal environment.

5. Practice the process of management’s four functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.

6. Identify and properly use vocabularies within the field of management to articulate one’s own position on a specific management issue and communicate effectively with varied audiences.

7. Evaluate leadership styles to anticipate the consequences of each leadership style.

8. Gather and analyze both qualitative and quantitative information to isolate issues and formulate best control methods.

 

Income Tax Procedure and Practice

In this the students learn about required procedure of calculation, assessment, filing, appealing and obtaining refund of Income Tax

 

Advance Study of GST

In this the students learn about the features, levy and collection,registration, Input Tax Credit of GST

 

B. Com (Tax)III Year

English Language

1.The objectives of the course are to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of english.

2.To offer relevant and practically helpful pieces of prose and poetry to students so that they not only get to know the beauty and communicative power of English but also its practical application.

3. To expose students to a variety of topics that dominates the contemporary socio-economic and cultural life.

4. To develop oral and written communication skills of the students so that their employability enhances.

5. To develop overall linguistic competence and communicative skills of students

 

Hindi Language & Moral Values

The objective of the course is to enable students to learn and to have a good working practice of Hindi language.

 

Basics of Computer & Information Technology

1.The main objective is to introduce IT in a simple language to the commerce  students.

2.It will help them to pursue specialized programs leading to technical and professional careers and certifications in the IT industry.

3.The focus of the subject is on introducing skills relating to IT basics, computer applications, interactive medias, Internet basics etc.

 

Income Tax Laws & Practice

1.Students can understand Income Tax system properly, and can get the knowledge of different tax provisions.

2.To give knowledge about preparation of Tax Filing, Submission of Income Tax Return, Advance Tax, and Tax deducted at Source, Tax Collection Authorities under the Income Tax Act, 1961.

 

Indirect Tax

Students can understand the various Provisions of GST Act along with its calculations, assessment and returns filing

 

Auditing

1.Auditing 1. Is able to discuss and describe auditor’s responsibility to detect material misstatements in the financial statements and is able to identify risk areas that pose a major threat to the financial statements.

2. Is able to discuss and describe GAAS and PCAOB Standards and appropriately apply the standards to audit situations.

3. Is able to discuss and describe the various audit reports (opinions) and also identify required audit report from various audit situations

 

Management Accounting

1.It enables the student to know that Management accounting helps the owners and other managerial personnel analyze the performance of the company.

2.This data helps them define the costs, budgets, policies that help optimize the earnings of the company.

3.The decisions related to the operations and processes are based on this data.

 

Various Central and Provincial Taxes

In this the students learn about the various provisions of various provisional taxes like Wealth Tax, Customs Duty, MP Excise duty

 

Income Tax Planning and Management

In this the students learn about reducing Income Tax liability by taking advantage of the legitimate concessions and exemptions provided in the Income tax law. It involves the process of arranging business operations in such a way that reduces tax liability.

 

BA I, II &III :- This Syllabus is the life changing learning with various subjects.

 

PSO 1   After the completion of three years programme in Bachelor of Arts (B. A.)

                The students could be able to gain: 1. Community Engagement and Global Understanding

PSO 2:  The students could understand cultural, historical, geographical, political, linguistic,

                 economic   and environmental forces that shape the world and recognize the role of them 

                 for bringing effective change in between.

PSO 3:   The students could demonstrate the ability to extract and convey information accurately in a

                 variety of formats.

PSO 4:  The students could gain detailed knowledge in one or more disciplines and integrate

                 knowledge and perspectives across disciplinary boundaries.

.

 

Year/Semester

Subject

Description

 

BA – I -Year

English – I

Poetry

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

CO 1 To develop an understanding of poetic forms.

CO 2 The students would gain a brief understanding of 

        the socio-political issues of the times in which

        the poems were written.

CO 3. To introduce the students to the basic elements

        of   poetry- to enrich the students through various

         perspectives readings in Poetry

CO 4.The students gained motivation and inspiration

         through the study of poetry

CO 5. The students learned to solve comprehensions

         and exercises of the text in a better way.

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

 

English- II

Prose

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

 

CO1– The students gained life skills and ethics through the  

             study of  Prose.

CO 2. The students learned to solve comprehensions and 

            exercises of the text in a better way.

CO 3. The students studied the subject-verb concord and   

            basics of vocabulary through grammar section.

CO 4.  The students introduced with communication skills

            and soft skills

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a 

               Year

 

Political Science I

Basic Principles of Political Science

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

CO 1  Introducing the Indian Constitution with a focus on the

           role of the Constituent Assembly and examining the

           essence of the the Preamble.

CO 2– Examining the Fundamental Rights and Duties of

          Indian citizens with a study of the significance and   

           status of  Directive Principles.

CO 3– Assessing the nature of Indian Federalism with focus

on  Union-State Relations.

CO 4– Critically analysing the important institutions of the

          Indian Union: the Executive: President; Prime Minister,

          Council of Ministers; Governor, Chief Minister and

          Council of Ministers; The legislature: Rajya Sabha, LoK

Sabha,  Speaker, Committee System, State Legislature,  

The  Judiciary: Supreme Court and the High Courts:     

composition  and functions- Judicial Activism

CO 5- Looking at the Constitutional Amendment

           Procedure with

           focus on the main recommendations of the

           Constitutional Review Commission (Venkatachalliah

           Commission)

CO 6– Critically evaluating the Indian Party system – its   

           development and looking at the ideology of dominant

           national parties

CO 7- Evaluating the role of various forces on Indian politics:

           religion; language; caste; tribe; regionalism; business;

           working class and peasants

CO 8– Evaluating the Electoral Process in India with focus on

           the Election Commission: Composition, Functions and

           Role

CO 9– Investigating the New Social Movements since the 

            1970s:

           environmental movements, women’s movement and

           human rights movement

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester Practicals: 2 hours Per week

 

Political Science II

Indian Government & Politics

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

 

CO 1.To understand the philosophy of Indian

              constitutions.

CO 2.   To identify the causes, impact of British colonial rule.

CO 3    To appreciate the various phases of Indian national

              movement.

CO 4     To create value in young youth regarding the

              patriotism.

CO  5    To understand the various Government of Indian

              acts their provision and reforms.

CO 6.    To know the salient features in making of Indian

              constitution

CO7.     To appreciate the socio-economic political factors

which  lead to the freedom struggle. .

CO 8     To understand the constitutional orderings and

              institutional arrangement.

CO9      To appreciate the fundamental rights and duties and

              the directive principle of state policy CO 10. To

              evaluate the evolution, functioning and  

              consequences of political  parties in India.

CO 11.  To identify how electoral rules and procedure in  

India  effect election outcomes.

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year.

 

Psychology –I

. Basic Psychological Proceses

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

CO 1  To provide sufficient knowledge and information about the nature and history of psychology, different fields of psychology, approaches in psychology and methods of psychology.

CO 2  To provide understanding in biological basis of behaviour.

C0 3  To explain psychological processes of attention, perception and forgetting.

CO 4 To familiarize students with basic statistical techniques and fundamentals of research methodology. In addition students are trained for the application of the same by engaging them in simple quantitative research in small groups.

Credits:  2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year.Practicals.

 
 

Psychology -II

Psychopathology

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

This course explores relevant theory and research on the etiology and treatment of psychological disorders. Students are encouraged to critically evaluate the role of neurobiology, culture, and social context in the evaluation of mental disorders.

·         CO 1 Evaluate observational, clinical, and epidemiologic research approaches in psychopathology research.

·         CO2 Analyze current research on the biological bases of psychopathology.

·         CO3 Synthesize alternative explanations of psychopathology.

·         CO4 Critically evaluate the role of neurobiology, culture, and social context in the evaluation of mental disorders.

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year. Practicals: 2 hours Per week

 
 

English (Basic)

English Language (Foundation )

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

CO 1 On completion of the course, the students

Enhance language through a task-based & learner – centric syllabus .

CO 2 Channelize energy through soft skills and Value orientation .

CO 3 Learn good English to prosper in professional and personal lives .

CO 4 Become proficient in English for global competency,

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year.

 
 

Hindi (Basic)

हिंदीभाषाऔरनैतिकमूल्य

At the end of the course students would have acquired

a comprehensive understanding of the following:

CO1.साहित्यकास्वरुपतथाउसकीसार्थकताकोस्पष्ट

कियागया|

CO2. गद्यकीविधाओंकापरिचयकरवायागया|

CO3. कविताकीरसानुभूतिव्महत्त्वज्ञातहुआ|

CO4. पारिभाषिकशब्दावली, वाक्यशुध्हिकरणव्व्याकरण

काघ्यानदियागया|

CO5. लेखककीबहुमुखीविधासेपरिचितकरवायागया|

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year.

 
 

Entrepreneurship

Role of the entrepreneur in India and around the globe; forces that are driving the growth of entrepreneurship; benefits and drawbacks of entrepreneurship; mistakes of entrepreneurship and how to avoid them; entrepreneurial failure.

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

 

CO1. Have the ability to discern distinct entrepreneurial traits

CO2. Know the parameters to assess opportunities and

         constraints for new business ideas,

CO3. Understand the systematic process to select and screen 

          a   business idea

CO4. Design strategies for successful implementation of ideas  CO5.write a business plan

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year.

 

B.A. -II Year

English -I

Drama

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

 

CO 1: Students are formed into skilled, knowledgeable, and ethical interpreters of literary texts in English by nurturing their ability to understand drama.

CO 2. Students learn historical contexts, psycho-social aspects and discern the various cultural and moral values associated with the texts.

CO 3. They become well acquainted with the literary genre of Drama. The rhetorical aspect of drama help them understand how to represent their experience and ideas critically, creatively, and persuasively through the medium of language.

CO 4. They learn the structure of a full length play and one act play, the dramatic devices and analyze the effect it creates in the audience.

CO 5. They learn to raise significant questions, reach well-reasoned conclusions, weigh alternative systems of thought, and enhance their creative expression.

CO 6. Students learn to think and communicate effectively in the current information-intensive society.

CO 7. Students also obtain a value orientation by means of poetic justice in tragedy or comedy and comprehend human actions and their consequences in life.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year

 

English -II

Fiction

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

CO 1  Gain knowledge in the development of English Fiction from the 17th Century to the 21st century – from man’s physical adventures to social and psychological journeys.

CO 2 Learn the elements of fiction – Narrative Technique, Setting, Point of view, Style and Detective fiction.

CO 3  Become well acquainted with the literary genre of Novel and Short Story and literary devices of allegory and metaphor, satire, and stream of consciousness technique .

 CO 4 Enhance Reading skills and understand how to represent their experience and ideas critically, creatively, and persuasively through the medium of language.

CO 5 Understand the social, historical and political backgrounds of the world of the novelists and short story writers through the elaborate and allegorical descriptions in the prescribed novels.

CO 6 Get a wide exposure of eminent writers like George Orwell, Jane Austen and Daniel Defoe, Rudyard Kipling and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation –the famous Sherlock Holmes. Their unique styles of writing and imagination help to enhance their creative writing skills.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year

 

Political Science -I

POLITICAL THOUGHT WESTERN POLITICAL THOUGHT

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

 CO1  Develop an understanding about the western political philosophy

 CO2 Have a nuanced reflection on its impact on contemporary world

CO3 Critically engage with western political philosophies in terms of what it means to us

 CO4 Familiarize the with the various schools of political thought

CO5 impart with knowledge advocated by various political philosophers on state and politics

CO 6 It helps students discover the political philosophy that forms the basis of politics in the Western world, to interpret the political philosophies of the Greek, Roman, French, English and German philosophers in historical context as well as relate them to contemporary politics.

CO 7  Origin of the knowledge in Political Thought.

CO 8 Concretizing their base in political thought.

 Differences of thought in the different phases of the History of

CO 9 Political thought: 9Getting enlightened with fundamental features of political thought.

CO 10 Helping the students in the future preparation of their course of study in political thought.

 

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year.

 
 

Political Science -II

Constitution of Major  Countries

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

 

CO1 To understand the features of constitution of various

          countries.

CO 2 To examine the nature of politics of different countries. CO3  Discuss and evaluate the institutional structure and

          operations of the major countries political institutions.

CO 4 To gain knowledge about the working of different

          organs of the government.

CO 5 To compare the constitution of various countries

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a year

 
 

Psychology -I

Psychology of Human Development

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

CO 1 To understand the significance and importance of the field of human development.

CO 2 To understand childhood years, adolescence and adulthood.

CO 3.Understand the field of human development and its significance. ·

CO 4 Understand developmental changes occurring during the lifespan with respect to childhood, adolescence and adulthood. ·

CO 5 Understand various stages of lifespan development with respect to conflicts and ways to deal with it. ·

CO 6 Learn the basic skills of research and documentation and apply the knowledge of methods of data collection in real life situation.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year.

 
 

Psychology -II

Counselling Psychology –

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to demonstrate:

CO 1 Critical analysis of the theoretical, empirical and cultural bases underpinning evidence-based approaches to psychological intervention;

CO 2. Appropriate interpersonal communication and interview skills in situations relevant to psychological practice, such as active listening, clarifying and reflecting, effective questioning, summarising and paraphrasing, developing rapport, informed cultural responsiveness and empathic responding; and

CO 3. Reflective practice through reviewing their own practice of interviewing and counselling.

 

 

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year.

 
 

English (Basic)

English Language ( Foundation )

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

The course prepares the students to meet the challenges of the modern competitive society.

CO 1 It makes them more confident to face interviews, group discussions and increases their capability of acquiring jobs in different fields.

CO 2 The practical work improves their communication and writing skills, and at the same time equips them with the use of the modern forms of communication

CO 3 Know the process of beginning and growth of English language ii. Know about various innovative ways of using English language in verbal and non-verbal communications. CO 4 . Write clearly, effectively, and creatively, and adjust writing style appropriately to the content, the context, and nature of the subject.

CO 5 Think about the relation between language and literature

 
 

Hindi (Basic)

नैतिकमूल्यऔरहिंदीभाषा

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

CO 1वर्तमानमेंहिंदीभाषाकेमहत्त्वकोसमझा|

CO 2कथा –साहित्यकापरिचयहुआ|

CO 3व्याकरणकेमाध्यमसेहिंदीवतनीमेंसुधरहुआ|

CO 4छात्रकोजीविकोपार्जनकेलिएप्रतियोगीपरीक्षाएंदेनेमें

सहायता|

CO 5 छात्रमेंज्ञानकेसाथ–साथनैतिकताभीहो|

 
 

Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

 

CO1 Knowledge of the environment and the role of human

 beings in shaping the environment

CO2 Understand various components of the environment

and  interfaces

CO3 Critically appreciate the environmental concerns of 

today

 
 

English -I

Poetry

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

 

 

CO 1 Recognize poetry from a variety of cultures, languages and historic periods

CO 2  Understand and appreciate poetry as a literary art form CO 3  Analyze the various elements of poetry, such as diction, tone, form, genre, imagery, figures of speech, symbolism, theme, etc.

CO 4 It helps the student to improve their understanding of the world the poets lived in

CO 5 Recognize the rhythms, metrics and other musical aspects of poetry

CO 6  Apply the principles of literary criticism to the analysis of poetry

CO 7 Broaden their vocabularies and to develop an appreciation of language

CO 8 Develop their critical thinking skills

CO 9 Develop a deeper appreciation of cultural diversity by introducing them to poetry from a variety of cultures throughout the world

CO 10 Develop their own creativity

CO 11  Enhance their writing skills

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year.

 

English -Il

Fiction

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

CO 1 To develop critical thinking and imagination through long and short fiction and to familiarize students with cultural diversity through different representative samples of fiction.

CO 2  Delineate of different types of fiction

CO 3Analyze the theme and setting of a fictional work

CO 4. Recognize the different types of narrative techniques

CO 5 . Assess mastery in aspects of plot, setting, themes, characters etc.

CO 6 Identify the literary, cultural, historical, political influence of fictional works in the literary world.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year .

 

Political Science  I

Indian Forign Policy

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following:

CO 1 India’s world view, geopolitical vision, and key principles CO 2 New Frontiers of Indian Foreign Policy and Diplomacy  CO 3 India’s Nuclear Policy and Strategy d. India’s connectivity challenge both on land and at sea

CO 4 India’s Look East and Act East Policy .

CO 5 India’s engagement with the Indian Ocean and Indo-Pacific.

 

Political Science  II

Public Administration

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following

CO 1  The students will be able to make a difference between the public administration and private administration.

CO 2  They will be able to explain the journey of discourse in public administration in the sense that how the old public administration view was contested by the idea of new public administration and subsequently the discourse moved beyond that and started talking about New Public Management and New Public Service.

CO 3  They will be able to explain what is the decision-making approach of Herbert Simon? e. They will be able to explain the concepts and theories on motivation, leadership and conflict management in the organization.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year

 

Psychology I

. Social Psychology

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following

CO 1  Definition and scope of psychology, history and researches in social psychology.

CO 2 Social behavior as aggression, leadership, helping behavior, interpersonal behavior, social perception, social attitude. Theoretical perspective of above concepts.

CO 3 In this course, students study how social context affects the behavior, thoughts, and emotions of an individual.

Introduction to Social Psychology, Social Cognition, Perception and Attitudes, Aspects of Social Interaction and Influence, Group Dynamics and Intergroup Relations

CO 4 Application of social psychology in the area of health, environment etc.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year

 

Psychology II

Psychological Research  and Statistics

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following

CO 1 Introduction to Psychological Research, Frequency Distributions, Percentile and Percentile Ranks, Graphical Representation of Frequency Distribution, Central Tendency, Variability, and Standard Scores, Standard Scores and the Normal Curve, Correlation, Random Sampling, and Sampling Distribution, Hypothesis Testing, Chi-Square Test.

CO 2 This course deal with the various statistical methods employed in psychological research.

CO 3 Introduction to Psychological research, Methods of Data Collection, Non-experimental methods

CO 4 Research forms an integral part of Psychology education. This course focuses on the various methods used for psychological research.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year

 

Hindi (Basic )

नैतिकमूल्यऔरहिंदीभाषाØ

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following

CO1 हिंदीनैतिकमानवमूल्योंकोसुदृढ़करना।

CO2 रचनात्मकलेखनकोनिखारना।Ø

CO3समाजकेप्रतिविद्यार्थीकीसमझकोबढ़ाना।

CO4 पाखण्ड , आडम्बरतथाअंध – विश्वासका

खोखलापनदिखानाव्सजगकरना |

CO5 Øविभिन्नधर्मोंकेप्रतिववसिन्नधमोंतथा

सम्प्रदायोंकेप्रतिसम्मानकाभावजगानाव्सभी

सभ्यताव्संस्कृतिसेजोड़कररखना |पत्रकारिता,

अनुवादव्जन-संचारकेमाध्यमसेरोज़गारके

अवसरहेतुशिक्षाप्रदानकरना|

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year

 

English (Basic )

English Language (Foundation Course )

 

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following

 

CO 1Enhance language through a task-based & learner – centric syllabus

CO 2 Carry out all the LSRW skills

CO 3 Channelize energy through soft skills and Value orientation

CO 4 Learn good English to prosper in professional and personal

    lives

CO 5 Become proficient in English for global competency

 

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year

 

Basics of Computer & Information Tecqnology.

At the end of the course students would have acquired a comprehensive understanding of the following

CO1: To understand the basic knowledge about computer CO2: To update awareness about internet Vs intranet

CO3: To impart the Ms-Word, Ms-power point and Ms-Excel CO4: To create awareness about system software

CO5: To create awareness about system hardware

 

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Year

 

 

 
  
        

BBA: – PSO:PSO 1: To create a learning environment to transform the students with strong fundamentals in Management quality, accounting skills and good communication ability.

PSO 2: To provide exposure to students to latest tools & techniques in area of  Management.

PSO 3: There are brilliant job outlooks for Management  graduates in the recent Scenario.

PSO 4: Management  graduates are competent in academic, Research, Industry, Government,

Private and Business organizations with the acquired programming skills.

PSO 5: Big Management Organisation alongwith software and IT companies are the major employers of Management graduates.

Year/Semester

Subject

Description

 BBA SEM I

CO

Managerial Skills

CO1:understand what is meant by management and managerial effectiveness

CO2:identify the roles which are fulfilled while working as a manager

CO3: identify managerial activities that contribute to managerial effectiveness

CO4: identify a cause of stress in managerial life from a range covering mismatches between capabilites and role, player-manager tension and everyday stressors

CO5:understand time pressures and the need for time management.

Fundamental Of Management

CO1: Understand the concepts related to Business.

CO2: Demonstrate the roles, skills and functions of management.

CO3: Analyze effective application of PPM knowledge to diagnose and solve organizational problems and develop optimal managerial decisions.

 CO4: Understand the complexities associated with management of human resources in the organizations and integrate the learning in handling these complexities.

Economics-1

CO1: Analyze economic problems and can corelate scarcity with the requirements.

CO2: Evaluate demand and can analyse cost in order to optimise cost-production combination.

CO3: Recognize the existing market and can take appropriate decisions.

Basic Accounting

CO1: Demonstrate the role of accounting in business in economic world.

CO2: Explain the principles of accounting and book keeping

CO3: Apply accounting rules in determining financial results and preparation of financial statement

Hindi

CO1: Develop Hindi reading & linguistic comprehension of students

CO2: Develop interest in literature story and poetry

CO3: Inculcate moral and human values within themselves  CO4: Understand the types of Hindi Short Story Writing

CO5: To understand the basic concept and subject of Hindi & its origin

Information Technology

CO1:Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.

CO2:Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.

CO3:Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.

CO4:Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.

CO5:Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.

CO6:Identify and analyze user needs and to take them into account in the selection, creation, integration, evaluation, and administration of computing based systems.

BBA II Sem

Business Communication

CO1: Relate to the various concepts and processes of managerial communication.

CO2: Identify the gap between current level of communication skills and the expected industry

CO3: Develop essential communication skills required for managing a business.

CO4: To distinguish among various levels of organizational communication and communication barriers while developing an understanding of Communication as a process in an organization

English

CO1: Read excerpts of fiction, creative non-fiction, essays, and opinion while analyzing the structural and

sentence level arrangement of the writing.

CO2: Write in an effective manner that demonstrates an understanding of the basic concepts of grammar.

CO3: Effectively express and exchange ideas through various modes of communication.

MIS

CO1: To develop conceptual understanding about latest developments in the field of Information Technology and the impact of I.T. in managing a business

CO2: To learn to use Information Technology to gain competitive advantage in business

CO3: To learn from, with a view to emulate, entrepreneurial ventures in e-Commerce and m-Commerce

Economics-II

 CO1: Explain and analyze the workings of Indian Financial system, Market and its assets

CO2: Explain the role of money market in Indian Financial System and the importance of legal framework.

CO3: Describe the organizational structure of RBI as well as the Monetary Policy.

Financial Management

CO1: Able to explain accounting statements and can analyse the financial statement with the help of

ratio analysis.

CO2:  Learn to apply the concept of time value of money for any investment decision.

CO3:  Learn to assess the capital structure of a firm and state its impact on firm’s profitability.

CO4: Learn to study in detail, various tools and techniques in the area of finance.

HRM

CO1: To understand the role of HRM in an organization.

CO2: To learn to gain competitive advantage through people

CO3: To learn to study and design HRM system

BBA III Semester

Business Costing

CO1: Apply costing methods and costing techniques appropriately as per the nature of business and the

requirement of the firm

CO2: Treat direct and indirect costs as per the costing techniques and from control purposes

CO3: Prepare cost sheet for the firm and develop insights on the use of budgets for cost control.

Business Statistics

CO1. Describe and discuss the key terminology, concepts tools and techniques used in business statistical analysis

 CO2. Critically evaluate the underlying assumptions of analysis tools

CO3. Understand and critically discuss the issues surrounding sampling and significance

 CO4. Discuss critically the uses and limitations of statistical analysis

 CO5. Solve a range of problems using the techniques covered CO6. Conduct basic statistical analysis of data.

Operation Management

CO1. Identify the elements of operations management and various transformation processes to enhance productivity and competitiveness.

 CO2. Analyze and evaluate various facility alternatives and their capacity decisions, develop a balanced line of production & scheduling and sequencing techniques in operation environments

CO3. Develop aggregate capacity plans and MPS in operation environments.

CO4. Plan and implement suitable materials handling principles and practices in the operations.

 CO5. Plan and implement suitable quality control measures in Quality Circles to TQM.

Organisational  Behaviour

CO1: Analyze the organizational behaviour concepts, and correlate organizational behavior concepts with

individual and group behaviour

CO2: Evaluate personality types, perception and learning process on human behavior

CO3: Recognize the application of motivational theories in practical terms.

CO4: To reflect upon your own beliefs, assumptions, and behaviors with respect to how individuals, groups, and

organizations act in order to expand your options of approaches and increase your own effectiveness.

Marketing Management

CO1: To introduce the concept of Marketing Mix as a framework for Marketing Decision making.

CO2: To emphasize the need, importance and process of Marketing Planning and Control.

CO3: To sensitize the students to the dynamic nature of Marketing Function.

Business Environment

 CO1:Examine how different factors and trends in the external environment are likely to impact upon a proposed business venture.
CO2: Conduct a business analysis of the local and national environment.
CO3: Employ business models and tools to evaluate changes in an organization’s business environment.
CO4: Present a business environmental analysis and recommendations to reduce the risk of the identified issues.
CO5: Explain the concept of the various constituents of environment and their impact on businesses.

BBA IV Semester

International Business

CO1. Explain the concepts in international business with respect to foreign trade/international business

 CO2. Apply the current business phenomenon and to evaluate the global business environment in terms of economic, social and legal aspects

CO3. Analyse the principle of international business and strategies adopted by firms to expand globally

 CO4. Integrate concept in international business concepts with functioning of global trade

Management Accounting

CO1: Able to explain accounting statements and can analyze the financial statement with ratio and cash

flow analysis.

CO2: Apply various cost control techniques for profit Maximization.

CO3: Able to explain changes in financial position of corporate entity and solve complex managerial

problems.

Indian Legal System

CO1: To introduce the students to the basic principles governing contracts and lay a powerful foundation for their study of other transactional and related laws in higher semesters.

CO2: The students should be able to articulate their independent views over contemporary crucial constitutional issues like Constitutional Supremacy, Rule of law, and Concept of Liberty, organization, Powers and Functions of the various Organs of the Government.

CO3: To understand the principles of Tortious liability, the defences available in an action for torts. And to study specific torts against the individual and property. Keeping in the expensive character of judicial proceedings the students should reflect on the alternative forms, and also the remedies provided under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

CO4 : To gain knowledge of family laws and to endow the students with knowledge of both the codified and uncodified portions of Hindu law. It concerns with the sources, schools, institutions, succession, maintenance, menace of dowry, etc.

CO5 : To understand the crime and its components, methods of controlling them and the essential principles of criminal liability by a study of a range of offences.

Entrepreneurship

CO1: Examine the characteristics of an entrepreneur as well their role in the economic development of the

country.

CO2: Process & develop business plan , foreseeing the entry barriers to the industry.

CO3: Identify stages of growth in entrepreneurial ventures along with changing face of family business in

India.

Supply Chain Management

·         CO1:  Move  into mid or senior management roles in Logistics and related industries

·         CO2:Move from other industries to the ever-growing Logistics industry.

·         CO3:Explore opportunities in prominent FMCG, manufacturing, retail, e-commerce and other top firms for high paying jobs.

·         CO4:Work across multiple domain functions like Network Planning, Supply Chain Planning, Process Management and Vendor Development.

Operation Research

CO1:Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system.

CO2: Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimisation problems.

CO3:Use mathematical software to solve the proposed models.

CO4:Develop a report that describes the model and the solving technique, analyse the results and propose recommendations in language understandable to the decision-making processes in Management Engineering.

BBAV Sem

Customer Relationship Management

CO1. Understand the basic concepts of Customer relationship management.

CO2. To understand marketing aspects of Customer relationship management.

 CO3. Learn basics of analytical Customer relationship management.

 CO4. Understand basics of operational Customer relationship management.

Research Methodology

CO1. Develop understanding on various kinds of research, objectives of doing research, research process, research designs and sampling.

CO2. Have basic knowledge on qualitative research techniques

 CO3. Have adequate knowledge on measurement & scaling techniques as well as the quantitative data analysis

 CO4. Have basic awareness of data analysis-and hypothesis testing procedures

Indian Financial System

CO1:Outline the structure and functions of the Indian financial system.

CO2: Illustrate the functioning of financial market and government security market in the development of Indian financial system.

CO3:Evaluate the functioning of different financial institutions

Project Management

CO1: Understand project characteristics and various stages of a project.

CO2. Understand the conceptual clarity about project organization and feasibility analyses – Market, Technical, Financial and Economic.

 CO3. Analyze the learning and understand techniques for Project planning, scheduling and Execution Control.

 CO4. Apply the risk management plan and analyse the role of stakeholders.

 CO5. Understand the contract management, Project Procurement, Service level Agreements and productivity.

CO6. Understand the How Subcontract Administration and Control are practiced in the Industry.

Advertising and Brand Management

CO1:examine advertising and its functions in relation to brand success;

CO2. critically evaluate how creative concepts and executions will contribute to brand success;

CO3. analyse advertising and branding techniques and apply them to a variety of different issues;

CO4. work effectively in teams to analyse and prepare presentations on advertising and brand management issues.

Banking and Insurance

CO1: To prepare students to explore opportunities. being newly created. In the field of Banking and Insurance due to Globalization, Privatization and Liberalization.

CO2: To give an adequate exposure to operational environment in the field of Banking & Insurance.

CO3: To provide adequate basic understanding about the field of Banking and Insurance.

CO4: To inculcate training and practical approach among the students by using modern technologies in the field of Banking and Insurance.

Working capital Management

CO1. Demonstrate the applicability of the concept of Financial Management to understand the managerial Decisions and Corporate Capital Structure

CO2. Apply the Leverage and EBIT EPS Analysis associate with Financial Data in the corporate

CO3. Analyse the complexities associated with management of cost of funds in the capital Structure

 CO4. Demonstrate how the concepts of financial management and investment, financing and dividend policy decisions could integrate while identification and resolution of problems pertaining to LSCM Sector

CO5. Demonstrate how risk is assessed

Sales and Distribution Management

 CO1:Identify issues related to design and implementation of Sales Strategy

CO2. Apply concepts related to improving performance of Sales Team

CO3. Analyze roles and responsibilities of a Sales and Marketing Manager

CO4. Design and implement channel strategies

BBA VI Sem

Total Quality Management

CO1: To give various perspectives on Quality and various contributors to Quality.

CO2: To provide an in-depth understanding of the various QC tools.

CO3: To introduce the frameworks of Global Quality Awards.

Retail Management

CO1: Understand the functions of retail business and various retail formats and retail channels.

CO2: Understand the difference between Retail and Manufacturing Supply Chain

CO3: Understand, key drivers of retail supply chain and how to select a retail store location?

CO4: Analyze Retail Market and Financial Strategy including product pricing.

Strategic Management

CO1: To expose participants to various perspectives and concepts in the field of Strategic Management

CO2: To help participants develop skills for applying these concepts to the solution of business problems

CO3: To help students master the analytical tools of strategic management.

Indian Ethos in Management

CO1 – Explore the relationship between ethics and business and the subsequent theories of justice and economics across different cultural traditions.

CO2 – Explain the relationship between ethics, morals and values in the workplace.

 CO3 – Formulate ethical philosophy to explain how it contributes to current practice.

 CO4 – Appraise some of the competing demands on business when scrutinizing the ethics of business activity.

Marketing of services

CO1: Demonstrate an extended understanding of the similarities and differences in service-based and physical product based marketing activities;

CO2: Demonstrate a knowledge of the extended marketing mix for services;

CO3: Develop and justify marketing planning and control systems appropriate to service-based activities;

CO4:Specify, analyse and select markets for specific service products;

CO5: Prepare, communicate and justify marketing mixes and information systems for service-based organisations;

CO6: Demonstrate integrative knowledge of marketing issues associated with service productivity, perceived quality

Consumer Behaviours

CO1: Demonstrate how knowledge of consumer behaviour can be applied to marketing.

CO2: Identify and explain factors which influence consumer behaviour.

 CO3: Relate internal dynamics such as personality, perception, learning motivation and attitude to the choices consumers make.

CO4: Use appropriate research approaches including sampling, data collection and questionnaire design for specific marketing situations.

 CO5: In a team, work effectively to prepare a research report on consumer behaviour issues within a specific context.

 

Merchant Banking and financial Services

CO1: To familiarize the students with the concepts of Financial Management

CO2:An in-depth insight into the Various Financial Services

CO3.:Managing investment in primary market and secondary market

CO 4:To acquaint the students in respect to the investment decisions related to Derivative market.

 CO5: Establishing appropriate investment objectives, developing optimal portfolio strategies, estimating risk-return tradeoffs, evaluating investment performance and portfolio revision technique

 

International Finance

CO1: Apply appropriate formats and technologies to financial communication.

CO2: Analyse, apply and evaluate information within the global financial environment of foreign exchange to solve problems and make informed decisions.

CO3: Review the problems of dealing in foreign currency and the advantages and disadvantages of overseas funding

CO4: Recognise and calculate forward exchange rates given spot rates

CO5: Identify market conventions on exchange rate quotation and correctly calculate those quotations

CO6: Demonstrate an integrative understanding of the foreign exchange market and the relationships between interest rates, spot and forward rates and expected inflation rates

CO7:Comprehend the range of hedging strategies including forward rate hedging and contingent hedging

BCA: – PSO: PSO 1: To create a learning environment to transform the students with strong fundamentals in

computer science, analytics, programming and problem solving.

PSO 2: To provide exposure to students to latest tools & technologies in area of computer science

PSO 3: There are brilliant job outlooks for Computer Science graduates in the recent Scenario.

PSO 4: Computer Science graduates are competent in academic, Research, Industry, Government,

Private and Business organizations with the acquired programming skills.

PSO 5: The software and IT companies are the major employers of Computer Science graduates.

Year/Semester

Subject

Description

 BCA SEM I

CO

Mathematics-I

CO 1: Learn the concepts of Fourier Transforms, Solution of partial differential equations

by Fourier transforms

CO 2: Gains knowledge in Hankel transforms, relation between Fourier and Hankel

transforms.

CO 3: Study Fredholm and Volterra’s integral equation.

CO 4: Learnt about the applications of Integral equations to ordinary differential

equations

CO 5: Study about the Calculus of Variations and its applications.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Statistical Methods -I

The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with basics of Statistics. This will be essential for prospective researchers and professionals to know these basics.

CO 1: Students learn about random events, marginal distributions and moments.

CO 2: Studied deeply about characteristic functions, Binomial and Poisson distributions.

CO 3: Gains knowledge about various probability distributions and normal distributions.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Programming & Problem Solving Through C-I

The objective of this paper is to introduce various concepts of programming to the students

 using ‘C’.

CO1: Understands the basic structure, operators and statements of C language.

CO2 : Define decision making statements and solve problems based on it.

CO3 : Learns that it serves as a basic language of all advanced computer languages.

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a SemesterPracticals: 2 hours Per week

Digital Fundamentals and Computer Architecture

CO 1 Understand different Number systems, Codes, Logic Gates, Boolean laws & Theorems.

CO 2 Simplify the Boolean functions to the minimum number of literals using Karnaugh Map.

CO 3 Gain knowledge about combinational circuits and sequential circuits.

CO 4 Can design various synchronous and asynchronous circuits using flip flop.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

English

The objective of this course is to give knowledge about the basics of the English Language. The stories and essays mentioned in the syllabus are oriented to enhance cultural, moral and intellectual development of the students.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

 

Computer Fundamentals &

PC Software

On successful completion of the course the students should

CO 1: Have thorough knowledge about internet and its operations in business.

CO 2: Gain knowledge on the practical applications of MS Word.

CO 3: Be able to work efficiently in MS Power point.

CO 4: Through light on the importance of Ms Excel.

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a SemesterPracticals: 2 hours Per week

   

BCA II Sem

Maths-II

CO 1: Understand mathematical models and classification of second order Partial equations. Learns about Cauchy problem and homogeneous and non homogeneous wave

equations.

CO 3: Gains knowledge about methods of separation of variables.

CO 4: Learns about boundary value problems, Dirichlet problems and Neumann problem.

CO 5: Understand Green’s function and Dirichlet problem for the Laplace operator.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Statistics-II

Students gain the advanced concepts of Statistics

CO 1: Briefly study about Student’s t-distribution, χ2distribution and tests of significance.

CO 2: Gains knowledge in theory of estimation, methods of finding estimates, confidence

intervals and Theory of hypothesis.etc

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Programming with C-II

C The objective of this course is to provide a comprehensive study of the C programming language, stressing upon the strengths of C, which provide the students with the means of writing modular, efficient, maintainable, and portable code.

CO1 : Gains knowledge about arrays, functions and solve problems based on it.

CO2 : Use Functions to solve the given problem.

CO3 : Understand Pointers, Structures and Unions and Graphics in C

advanced Concepts of C programming.

Credits: 2 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Practicals: 2 hours Per week

 

Introduction to Information System

CO 1: Explain fundamental assumptions made in studying information and communications technologies in organizations as socio-technical systems in contrast to purely technical or managerial views

CO2 : Debate the relevance of the sociotechnical approach and demonstrate this through the study of a number of practical business and administrative information systems within real organisations

CO3 : Express a logical understanding of how the technical parts of computer-based information system work, their principal structures and components including contemporary technologies for information processing and communications

CO4 : Explain the various functions of systems and network software and various classes of business-oriented application packages

CO5 : Describe fundamental principals that can be applied to ensure that security and personal privacy is respected in information systems

CO6 : Explain the tasks required when undertaking the establishment of a new information system and be able to contrast alternative approaches to development

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

 

Fundamental of Operating Systems

CO 1 Able to understand the role played by system software’s such as assembler, interpreter,

linker, loader and compilers.

CO 2 Studies various machine architectures and explains various loading, linking Facilities.

CO 3 Able to understand machine independent and dependent Compiler features.

CO 4 Understands Operating System Process Concepts and Interrupt Processing.

CO 5 Learns various process management concepts including scheduling, synchronization,

deadlocks and multithreading

CO 6 Student will master issues related to file system interface, implementation and disk

Management.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester.

 

Hindi

Hindi syllabus is the life changing learning which is consist of basic Hindi with various Patriotic Poem of famous writers, value based story of day to day life & grammar to improve Hindi language & writing skills  as well.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

   

BCA II Year

III Semester

BCA IV Semester

Discrete Mathematics

The purpose of the course is to familiarize the prospective learners with mathematical structures that are familiarize the prospective learners with mathematical structures that are fundamentally discrete.

CO1Understands Sets and their algebra, duality, power sets and partitions. Principle of Strong

Mathematical Induction, Product sets

CO 2 Analyze various binary relations characteristic function and Equivalence relations

CO 3 Can able to verify the correctness of an argument using laws of logic, truth tables,

propositions and quantifiers.

CO 4 Learn the notions of languages, finite state automata, Regular Expressions and regular

languages – Grammar – Types of grammars

CO 5 Use graph algorithms for suitable applications.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

 Accounting

& Financial Management

CO 1 Conceptually define accounting and bookkeeping

CO 2 Identify the accounting rules required for business enterprises,

CO 3 Apply the accounting rules in determining financial results, prepare financial statements,

compare the specificity of different accounts within the accounting policies,

CO 4 Understands the basics of accounting principles and journalising.

CO 5 Can able to prepare trading, profit and loss account and balance sheet with simple

adjustments.

CO 6 Will prepare cost sheet with simple adjustments

CO 7 Knows Planning for Budgetary Control.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Data Structure and Algorithms

CO1 Able to choose an appropriate data structure to specific problem

CO 2 Choose among alternative data structures to solve specific data-representation and

algorithmic problems.

CO 3 Students will be able to define basic static and dynamic data structures and relevant

standard algorithms for them:stack, queue, dynamically linked lists, trees, graphs, heap,priority queue, hash tables, sorting algorithms

CO4 Student will be able to handle operations like searching, insertion, deletion, traversing

mechanism etc. on various data structures.

CO 5 Formulate new solutions for programing problems or improve existing code using

learned algorithms and data structures

CO 6 Evaluate algorithms and data structures in terms of time and memory complexity of basic

operations.

Object Oriented Programming using CPP

The objective of this course is to provide a comprehensive study of the CPP programming language, stressing upon the strengths of Object-Oriented Programming Concepts, which provide the students with the means of writing object oriented, efficient, maintainable, cost-effective and portable code.

CO1 :Apply and implement major object oriented concepts like message passing, function

overloading, operator overloading and inheritance to solve real-world problems.

CO 2 Learn Objects, Classes, Methods, Constructors and Destructors.

CO 3 To study the designing of complex classes: Friend Functions and Static member

functions, Inline functions.

CO 4 To be taught about Inheritance: Single Inheritance, Multiple Inheritance, Multi-level

Inheritance, Hierarchical Inheritance and Hybrid Inheritance

CO 5 For resolving run-time errors implementation of Try – Catch and finally block using

Exception Handling mechanism.

CO 6 Develop applications using Console I/O and File I/O to deal with large data set.

Unix Operating System

On completion of this course the student should be able to:
CO1 :Identify and use UNIX/Linux utilities to create and manage simple file processing operations, organize directory structures with appropriate security, and    develop shell scripts to perform more complex tasks.
CO2 : Effectively use the UNIX/Linux system to accomplish typical personal, office, technical, and software development tasks.
CO3 : Monitor system performance and network activities.
Effectively use software development tools including libraries, pre-processors’, compilers, linkers, and make files.
CO4 : Comprehend technical documentation, prepare simple readable user documentation and adhere to style guidelines.
CO5 : As a Super User Collaborate in teams on system tasks.

Communication Skills

On completion of this course, the students will be able to CO1. To be familiar with the complete course outline/Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes/ Evaluation Pattern & Assignments

CO2. To participate in an online learning environment successfully by developing the implication-based understanding of Paraphrasing, deciphering instructions, interpreting guidelines, discussion boards & Referencing Styles.

 CO3. To demonstrate his/her ability to write error free while making an optimum use of correct Business Vocabulary & Grammar.

 CO4. To distinguish among various levels of organizational communication and communication barriers while developing an understanding of Communication as a process in an organization.

 CO5. To draft effective business correspondence with brevity and clarity.

 CO6. To stimulate their Critical thinking by designing and developing clean and lucid writing skills.

 CO7.To demonstrate his verbal and non-verbal communication ability through presentations.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

BCA IV Semester

 

Database Management Systems

The objective of this course is to introduce the concept of the DBMS with respect to the relational model, to understand creation, manipulation and querying of data in databases and to explore the idea behind PL/SQL.

CO1 :Understand database concepts and structures and query language

CO2 :Understand the E R model and relational model

CO3 :To design and build a simple database system and demonstrate competence with the fundamental tasks involved with modelling, designing, and implementing a DBMS.

CO4 :Understand Functional Dependency and Functional Decomposition. Apply various Normalization techniques

CO5 :Perform PL/SQL programming using concept of Cursor Management, Error Handling, Package and Triggers

CO6 :Execute various advance SQL queries related to Transaction Processing & Locking using concept of Concurrency control.

CO7 :Understand query processing and techniques involved in query optimization.

CO8 :Understand the principles of storage structure and recovery management.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Core Java

The objective of this course is to teach the learner how to use Object Oriented concepts to develop code and the creation of User Interface using AWT.

CO 1 Implement Object Oriented Programming Concepts (class, constructor, overloading,

inheritance, overriding) in java.

CO 2 Explain the fundamental concepts and features of Java Programming language.

CO 3 Use and create Packages and Interfaces in a Java program

CO 4 Develop Graphical User Interface applications and Web based applications in Java by

importing applet, AWT

CO 5 Implements Multithreading and Exception Handling in Java.

CO 6 Use of Input/Output Streams in java.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Software Engineering

To understand the concept of designing a software, to understand the Software Development Life Cycle Phases and to have awareness about the software metrics and testing.

CO1 Understand various phases of software layers and Data Modeling.

CO 2 Recognize different techniques of software testing, reusability and maintenance.

CO 3 Understand how to manage projects and project planning and organization

CO 4 Justify the strategies for testing, reusability etc. to reduce cost of development and / or

maintenance.

CO 5 To demonstrate the role and responsibilities of software engineers in various phases of

software development.

CO 6 Describe Software Configuration Management and Risk Management.

CO 7 Studies Estimation, Design and development phases.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

 

Computer Oriented Numerical Methods

CO1 : Identify methods to solve numerical algebraic and transcendental equations.

CO2 : Computes solutions to simultaneous linear algebraic equations

CO3 : Understands the concepts of finite differences.

CO4 : Gains knowledge about to interpolation for equal intervals

CO5 : Study the concepts of interpolation for unequal intervals

CO6 :Apply Gauss- elimination, Gauss Jordon, Gauss Seidal , Range kutta methods, Taylors Theorem.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

 

Environment Awareness & Green Computing

Examples of Possible Learning Objectives for Environmental Awareness and Environmental Sustainability

CO1 :Explain fundamental environmental concepts using appropriate vocabulary.

CO2 : Articulate and apply the scientific method and its role in scientific inquiry concerning the environment.

CO3 : Explain the co-evolution of humans with their environment and the limitations of human interactions with it.

CO4:Analyze environmental problems in a structured way and develop strategies for solutions that indicate how scientific principles interact with ethical, political and/or economic principles.

CO5: Describe the state of the environment in relation to the social structure and human health. Work with specific communities to facilitate self-conscious, reflective engagement with  Linked socio-environmental processes.Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

 

Entrepreneurship

CO1:To acquire knowledge of entrepreneurship and project management

CO2 : Functions and types of entrepreneurship

CO3 : Role of entrepreneurship in economic development

CO4 : Factors affecting entrepreneur growth in economic & non – economic environment

CO5 : Entrepreneurship development programmes and institutional support to entrepreneurs.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

BCA V Semester

BCA VI Semester

Information Technology Trends

CO 1 Familiarise students with Internet structure and with basic protocols.

CO 2 Students will receive experience with the Internet, World Wide Web.

CO 3 Use Internet/Web services as a resource for learning and discovery.

CO 4 Explore career opportunities through Online Job Portal.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Computer Networks

CO 1 Understands the concepts of OSI and the TCP ‐IP reference models

CO 2 Learn the concepts of error detection & correction methods

CO 3 Working of Internetworking & devices, Routing techniques

CO 4 Describe protocols like DNS, SMTP, SNMP, FTP, HTTP etc.

CO 5 Students will get the concepts of Security

CO 6 Students will get the concepts of some Modern topics( like ISDN services & ATM)

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Introduction to Cloud Computing

CO1 :To provide students with the fundamentals and essentials of Cloud Computing.

CO2: To provide students a sound foundation of the Cloud Computing so that they are able to start using and adopting Cloud Computing services and tools in their real life scenarios.

CO3 :To enable students exploring some important cloud computing driven commercial systems and applications.

CO4: To expose the students to frontier areas of Cloud Computing and information systems, while providing sufficient foundations to enable further study and research.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Introduction to Data Science

CO1 Introduction to Data Science

CO 2 Implement k-means clustering technique.

CO 3 Implement any one Hierarchal Clustering.

CO 4 Implement Classification algorithm.

CO 5 Implement Decision Tree.

CO 6 Linear Regression.

CO 7 Data Visualization.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Linear Algebra & Geometry

CO1: Gains knowledge in group theory

CO2: Learn to use ring theory concepts in Euclidean rings and polynomial rings

CO3: Gains knowledge about Fields

CO4: Gains brief knowledge in Elements of Galois theory

CO5: Study about linear transformations.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Human Values & Professional Ethics

It helps students understand practically the importance of trust, mutually satisfying human behavior and enriching interaction with nature. Ability to develop appropriate technologies and management patterns to create harmony in professional and personal life.

CO1: Identify the core values that shape the ethical behavior of an engineer

CO2: To create an awareness on professional ethics and Human Values

CO3: To appreciate the rights of others.

 Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Operation Research

CO 1: Students gain knowledge about the concepts of linear programming.

CO 2: Learns about Duality and transportation models

CO 3: Understand Network models, CPM and PERT.

CO 4: Gains knowledge in advanced linear programming and simplex method.

CO 5: Study Simulation models and Generation of random numbers.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Computer Graphics

To understand the hardware structure and pictures representation in memory so that designing graphics objects become easy. To explore the ways of animation to add the same onto the created object.

Explain applications, principles ,commonly used and techniques of computer graphics

and algorithms for Line-Drawing, Circle- Generating and Ellipse-Generating.

CO 2 Students will get the concepts of 2D and 3D, Viewing, Curves and surfaces, Hidden

Line/surface elimination techniques

CO 3 Studies concepts of Multimedia Systems, Text, Audio and Video tools

CO 4 Learn MIDI Image and Video Image, synchronization accuracy specification factors

CO 5 Creates Animation with special effects using algorithms

CO 6 Compressing audio and video using MPEG-1 and MPEG-2

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

Web Technology Using PHP

The student will learn about the basics of computer networks and HTTP protocol. They will understand and know how to use descriptive languages like HTML and XML. They will also know how to use web programming languages (like PHP and JavaScript) and be capable of construction less demanding web application on their own.

CO1: Describe fundamentals of web

CO2 :Introduce the creation of static webpage using HTML

CO3: Describe the importance of CSS in web development

CO4: Describe the function of JavaScript as a dynamic webpage creating tool

CO5: Distinguish PHP as a server-side programming language

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

 

Principles and Practices of Management

CO1 : To acquire knowledge in the field of management

CO2 : To know about the principles of management

CO 3 : To gain insight into the evolutions of management & functions of management

CO4 : Planning & Decision Making in the organization

CO5 : Organization of management resources and selection process

CO6 : To acquire the skills needed for leadership and control.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester

 

Project Work Lab

CO 1 Formulate a real world problem and develop its requirements develop a design solution

for a set of requirements.

CO 2 Test and validate the conformance of the developed prototype against the original

requirements of the problem.

CO 3 Work as a responsible member and possibly a leader of a team in developing software

solutions.

CO 4 Express technical and behavioral ideas and thought in oral settings.

CO 5 Participate in and possibly moderate, discussions that lead to making decisions

CO 6 Express technical ideas, strategies and methodologies in written form

CO 7 Prepare and conduct oral presentations

CO 8 Self learn new tools, algorithms, and/or techniques that contribute to the software

solution of the project.

Credits: 4 Theory period of 50 Mins per week over a Semester