Admission Eligibility Rules

Commerce Courses

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)

Total Number of Seats          480

F. Y. B. Com

Eligibility: Students from other State (eligibility) are required to have ENGLISH as a compulsory paper at H.S.C. level
Students passing S. Y. J. C. (Std. XII) with Commerce or Science and S.Y.J.C. with vocational subjects are eligible for admission to F. Y. B. Com.

SEM I COURSE
1UBCOMFSI.1ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - I
2UBCOMFSI.2COMMERCE - I (BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT)
3UBCOMFSI.3BUSINESS ECONOMICS- I
4UBCOMFSI.4BUSINESS COMMUNICATION - I
5UBCOMFSI.5ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES - I
6UBCOMFSI.6MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES - I
7UBCOMFSI.7FOUNDATION COURSE - I
SEM II COURSE
1UBCOMFSII.1ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - II
2UBCOMFSII.2COMMERCE - II (BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT)
3UBCOMFSII.3BUSINESS ECONOMICS- II
4UBCOMFSII.4BUSINESS COMMUNICATION - II
5UBCOMFSII.5ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES - II
6UBCOMFSII.6MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES - II
7UBCOMFSII.7FOUNDATION COURSE - II
SEM III COURSE
1UBCOMSSIII.1ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT- III
2UBCOMSSIII.2COMMERCE - III (MANAGEMENT & FINANCE)
3UBCOMSSIII.3BUSINESS LAW - I
4UBCOMSSIII.4BUSINESS ECONOMICS - III
5UBCOMSSIII.5ADVERTISING - I
6UBCOMSSIII.6FOUNDATION COURSE - III
SEM IV COURSE
1UBCOMSSIV.1ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - III
2UBCOMSSIV.2COMMERCE - IV (MANAGEMENT & FINANCE)
3UBCOMSSIV.3BUSINESS LAW - II
4UBCOMSSIV.4BUSINESS ECONOMICS - IV
5UBCOMSSIV.5ADVERTISING - II
6UBCOMSSIV.6FOUNDATION COURSE - IV
SEM V COURSE
1UBCOMTSV.1.1FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & AUDITING - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
2UBCOMTSV.2.1FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & AUDITING - COST AUDITING
3UBCOMTSV.3.1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & AUDITING - MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
4UBCOMTSV.4MARKETING & HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
5UBCOMTSV.5BUSINESS ECONOMICS
6UBCOMTSV.6.2COMPUTER SYSTEM & APPLICATIONS
7UBCOMTSV.7.3EXPORT MARKETING
8UBCOMTSV.8DIRECT TAX
SEM VI COURSE
1UBCOMTSV.1.1FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & AUDITING - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
2UBCOMTSV.2.1FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & AUDITING - COST AUDITING
3UBCOMTSV.3.1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & AUDITING - COST ACCOUNTING
4UBCOMTSV.4MARKETING & HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
5UBCOMTSV.5BUSINESS ECONOMICS
6UBCOMTSV.6.2COMPUTER SYSTEM & APPLICATIONS
7UBCOMTSV.7.3EXPORT MARKETING
8UBCOMTSV.8INDIRECT TAX

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance (B.A.F)

The main aim to introduce this course was to improve self-employment and provide benefits to the organizations by providing them with suitable trained persons in the field of Accounting & Finance by way of interaction, projects, presentations, industrial visits, practical training, Job orientation and placements.

As per the University rule a candidate is eligible for BAF is he/she has passed Std.XII Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate at first attempt (45% in case of reserved category).

WHY BAF?

Well as we know that finance is one of the major aspect for every individual as well an organization, not only the sources of finance are important but also its optimum utilization and planning is required to increase the profitability. At the same time accounting helps to maintain clear records of all financial transactions which help's for smooth functioning of organization

Students are given all the basic training in accounting and finance. However, it neglects other areas of commerce and trade viz., hr, export-import etc.

A BAF student acquires specialized knowledge for the same and further the candidate can enhance their knowledge by pursuing M.COM in Finance or MBA in Finance and can also opt. for CA (Chartered Accountant).

Advantages Of BAF


EXPERIENCE

It would recommend a candidate to opt. for BAF as it is more over based on practical knowledge. If one opts. For regular B.COM the candidate gets very basic and part of knowledge in management as well as accounting. BAF being a professional course has more emphasize on accounting so the candidate gain a proper base and understanding in Accounting field, BAF has a good scope to make a career in accounting and finance in addition to it candidate can opt. for CA side by side or after completion of third year to acquire in-depth accounting knowledge

CAREER OPTIONS AFTER BAF:

Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Insurance (B.B.I)

Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Insurance popularly known as BBI is an undergraduate commerce programme. BBI provides a greater in-depth knowledge of various features of Banking, Insurance and other financial services. The University of Mumbai started the Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) course in 2003-04. The total time taken to complete this course is 3 years which comprises of six semesters, with each year being divided into 2 semesters. The syllabus of BBI covers 38 subjects and 2 projects on banking and insurance of 100 marks each, which are to be submitted in the third year. This course also provides the students an insight about Insurance & Banking which includes financial investments, economics, communications, legal parameters, etc. With the BBI qualifications, students can take up promising banking jobs or they can do a PG course in Banking and Insurance and climb Higher up the ladder in future.

Advantages Of BBI


Carrier in BBI

- Employment Areas
- Mortgage Company
- Savings and Loan Association
- Credit Companies
- Health Department
- Property Developer
- Automobile Industry
- Insurance Industry

BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES(B.M.S)

Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS is an undergraduate program for management studies offered by Mumbai University. The course allows you to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to assume management positions in a wide range of organizations.

Advantages or Benefits of Bachelor of Management Studies

The course exposes students with the behavioral aspects of an organization and on the hierarchical interaction of the same. The course study allows one to obtain adequate leadership qualities in order to manage and work in a team. The same improves the presentation and the problem solving skills of the individual that helps them to get in to the role of an effective manager. As effective management is essential to create innovative and productive environments, trained management professionals can find a lot of opportunities in the corporate world.

Job Opportunities after BMS Course

BMS course curriculum includes internship programmes, project works related in the areas of Management etc. This makes this course much in demand in job market. Candidates can seek employment in public sector organizations, in export-import departments, in commercial banks and other private sector organisations. Candidates after successful completion of the course can work in Human Resource Management, Sales and Marketing and research and development departments of various firms.

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