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BACHELOR OF COMMERCE(ACCOUNTING & FINANCE)
MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) degree course shall have passed XII std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category).

  • Every candidate admitted to the degree course in the constituent/affiliated college/recognized institution, conducting the course, shall have to register himself/herself with the University.

SUBJECTS

  • FIRST YEAR

    • First Semester
      • Financial Accounting – I
      • Cost Accounting – I
      • Economics – I
      • Commerce Paper – I
      • Information Technology – I
      • Business Communication – I
      • Foundation Course – I

    • Second Semester
      • Financial Accounting – II
      • Auditing – I
      • Financial Management – I
      • Taxation – I
      • Business Law – I
      • Quantitative method for Business –I
      • Business Communication - II
  • SECOND YEAR

    • Third Semester
      • Financial Accounting – III
      • Cost Accounting – II
      • Auditing – II
      • Economics – II
      • Management – I
      • Business Law – II
      • Foundation Course – II

    • Fourth Semester
      • Financial Accounting – IV
      • Management Accounting – I
      • Taxation – II
      • Commerce Paper – II
      • Business Law – III
      • Information Technology – II
      • Quantitative Methods for Business – II

  • THIRD YEAR

    • Fifth Semester
      • Financial Accounting – V
      • Cost Accounting – III
      • Financial Management
      • Management Applications
      • Taxation – III
      • Auditing– III

    • Sixth Semester
      • Financial Accounting – VI
      • Cost Accounting – IV
      • Economics – III
      • Financial Accounting – VII
      • Taxation – IV
      • Financial Management – II