Eligibility: XII or equivalent examination, securing a minimum of 45% aggregate (in case of an applicant from open category) and 40% in case of a candidate from Reserved Category from Commerce or Science Stream.
The candidate should have passed in one and same sitting.
B.Com (Banking and Insurance) is a full time degree course spread over three years with each year being divided into 2 semesters.
First Year B.Com (Banking & Insurance) FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER 1.1 Environment & Management of Financial Services 2.1 Principles & Practice of Banking & Insurance 1.2 Principals of Management 2.2 Financial Accounting 1.3 Effective Communication - I 2.3 Effective Communication - II 1.4 Micro Economics - I 2.4 Macro Economics - II 1.5 Quantitative Methods - I 2.5 Quantitative Methods - II 1.6 Introduction to Computer System. 2.6 Business Law
Second Year B.Com (Banking & Insurance) THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER 3.1 Laws Relating to Banking & Insurance 4.1 Universal Banking 3.2 Financial Management - I 4.2 Financial Management -II 3.3 Management Accounting (Tools & Technique, Focus on Banking Insurance) 4.3 Innovations in Banking & Insurance 3.4 Customer Relationship Management in Banking & Insurance 4.4 Corporate Laws & Laws Governing Capital Markets 3.5 Information Technology in Banking & Insurance 4.5 Entrepreneurship Management 3.6 Organizational Behaviour 4.6 Financial Market (Equity Debt, Forex and Derivatives) 3.7 Taxation of Financial Service 4.7 Cost Accounting of Banking & Insurance
|Third Year B.Com (Banking & Insurance)|
|FIFTH SEMESTER||SIXTH SEMESTER|
|5.1 Marketing in Banking & Insurance||6.1 Strategic Management (Banking & Insurance)|
|5.2 Financial Services Management||6.2 Central Banking|
|5.3 International Banking & Finance||6.3 International Business (Banking & Insurance)|
|5.4 Financial Reporting & Analysis (Corporate of Banking & Insurance)||6.4 Human Resource Management in Banking & Insurance|
|5.5 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management||6.5 Business Ethics & Corporate Governance|
|5.6 Auditing||6.6 Turnaround Management|
|5.7 Special Studies in Banking (Projects)||6.7 Special Studies in Insurance (Projects)|
Scheme of Examination:
The course will have six semesters conducted on the revised pattern using credit based semester system and grading pattern. Semester I, II, III and IV evaluation will be conducted by the college. Whereas V and VI Semester examination will be conducted by the University.
Each subject in all semesters will be evaluated for 100 marks which are bifurcated as 75 marks theoretical exam and 25 marks internal assessment which include class presentations, projects, tests, class participation and attendance. 30 marks in theoretical exam and 10 marks in internal assessment are required to pass a subject.
The course cover 38 subjects and 2 projects on banking and insurance of 100 marks each, which are to be submitted in the final year.
About the course:
The department has conducted and will be having the following activities – orientation program, inter collegiate seminar relating to the course curriculum workshops for personality development, communication skills and stress management for overall development of students and to give insight knowledge of banking and insurance sector. Regular field trip is being conducted to LIC, RBI and other banks to give practical exposure to students.
2010 - 11 Kerala
2011 - 12 Goa and Hyderabad
2012 - 13 Kolad
2013 - 14 Mt. Abu - Udaipur
2014 - 15 Delhi – Chandigarh – Manali