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Course Profile Bachelor of Commerce

Affiliated to Karnataka University,Dharwad Approved by Government of Karnataka

As Nelson Mandela stated "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to chang the World",we,The Global College of commerce has all the ingredients of a top notch college,that is well suited for the fast phased challenges of the corporate business environment. We have stepped into yet another academic year with renewed hopes and aspirations.Our college provides wonderful opportunities to the students to explore the world of employement and new career avenues.We shaoe the career of the students through their interests,aptitudes and abilities so they can choose their career more effectively.
For B.Com

The student who have passed the II year P.U. Course conducted by the P.U.E. Board, Bangalore or any equivalent examination of other Board as recognized by the Karnataka University,Dharwar and also passed in the Job oriented course and Diploma Course of Karnataka Govt. are eligible to seek admission to B.Com Part-I.

As per Circular by the Karnataka University Dharwad. The students appeared for B.Com-II and B.Com-IV semester examination, need not wait for their results and they can seek admission to next semester.

RULES OF DISCIPLINE

Students should possess Identity Card issued by the College. They should carry the same with them always and produce the same whenever they are demanded by any members of the staff. Further every student has to wear the Badge issued by the college compulsorily.

Students are strictly forbidden from Loitering in the College premises and creating any disturbance to the class.
Students are not permitted to drive their vehicles or create noise in the college premises.
Students should attend all the classes. No student is allowed to wander around in the college premises.
Students should not disfigure the walls, Black boards, furniture etc.,
Students who indulge in such acts will be punished and debarred.
Students should be present in all their respective classes before the commencement at the lecture.
The students should not behave rudely with their college mates and teachers. They should not indulge in teasing the lady students.
Students should not engage in any kind of mischief or misbehaviors either in the college or outside.
Students may approach the Principal for any difficulty or problem.
Students who remain absent without valid reasons From the tutorials tests and examinations conducted by the college will not be allowed to appear for their Annual Examinations.

Student should not bring any outsider to the College. Students should strictly abide by the rules of discipline from time to time. The Existing rules of discipline and the ones to be framed from time to time are mandatory to students.

ATTENDANCE

Attendance is compulsory for all the students. Students should be punctual to all the classes. They have to attend a minimum of 75% of the total number of periods engaged in each subjects. Otherwise they will not be eligible to appear for the Annual Examination

Syllabus

B.Com I sem
1.1Basic English
1.2Basic MIL
1.3 Financial Accounting I
1.4 Principles of Management
1.5 Business Environment
1.6 Managerial Economics
1.7Indian Constitution
1.8 Fundamentals of Accounting
1.9 Fundamentals of Commerce I

B.Com II Sem
2.1 Basic English
2.2 Basic MIL
2.3 Financial Accounting II
2.4 Business Communication Skills
2.5 Entrepreneurship and Small Enterprise Management
2.6 Managerial Economics II
2.7 Fundamentals of Computers
2.8 Fundamentals of Accounting II
2.9 Fundamentals of Commerce II

B.Com III Sem
3.1 Corporate Accounting I
3.2 Principles of Marketing
3.3 Secretarial Practice
3.4 Human Resource Management
3.5 Monetary Economics/Vocational
3.6 Business Statistics I
3.6 Commercial Arithmetic I
3.7 Computer Applications I

B.Com IV Sem
4.1 Corporate Accounting II
4.2 Law and Practice of Banking
4.3 Fundamentals of Financial Management
4.4 Indian Financial System
4.5 International Economics
4.6 Business Statistics II
4.6 Commercial Arithmetic II
4.7 Computer Applications II

B.Com V Sem
5.1 Cost Accounting I
5.2 Income Tax Law and Practice
5.3 Principles and Practice of Auditing
5.4 Indian Economics/E.D.
5.5 Computer Applications (RDBMS and E Business Applications)
5.6 Elective Paper I
5.7 Elective Paper II

B.Com VI Sem
6.1 Cost Accounting II
6.2 Income Tax Law and Practice II
6.3 Business Laws
6.4 Industrial Economics/ED
6.5 Computer Applications in Business (Financial Accounting with Tally)
6.6 Elective Paper III
6.7 Elective Paper IV

B.Com Elective Groups

The Student shall choose one of elective groups only

Group A :Finance and Accounts
5.6 Paper I: Financial Services
5.7 Paper II: Accounting Theory
6.6 Paper III: Principles of Foreign Exchange
6.7 Paper IV: Management Accounting

Group B :Finance and Marketing
5.6 Paper I: Financial Services
5.7 Paper II: Retail Marketing
6.6 Paper III: Principles of Foreign Exchange
6.7 Paper IV: Services Marketing

Group C :Finance and Human Resource Management
5.6 Paper I: Financial Services
5.7 Paper II: Human Resource Planning and Development
6.6 Paper III: Principles of Foreign Exchange
6.7 Paper IV: Industrial Relations

Group D:Marketing and Human Resource Management
5.6 Paper I: Retail Marketing
5.7 Paper II: Human Resource Planning and Development
6.6 Paper III: Services Marketing
6.7 Paper IV: Industrial Relations

Group E:Banking and Insurance
5.6 Paper I: Bank Management
5.7 Paper II: Principles of Insurance
6.6 Paper III: Banking in India
6.7 Paper IV: Insurance in India

Group F:Advanced Statistics
5.6 Paper I: Advanced Statistics
5.7 Paper II: Advanced Statistics
6.6 Paper III: Advanced Statistics
6.7 Paper IV: Advanced Statistics

B.COM DEPT
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Hubli-580030
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