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.
The course shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be 6 semesters spread over 3 years.
B.Com (Financial Markets)
First Year B.Com (Financial Market) FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER 1.1 Introduction to Financial System 2.1 Environmental Science 1.2 Economics - I 2.2 Economics - II 1.3 Business Mathematics 2.3 Business Statistics 1.4 Computer Skill – I 2.4 Business Communication - II 1.5 Financial Accounting – I 2.5 Financial Accounting – II 1.6 Business Environment 2.6 Principles of Management 1.7 Business Communication – I 2.7 Computer Skills - II
|Second Year B.Com (Financial Market)|
|THIRD SEMESTER||FOURTH SEMESTER|
|3.1 Debt Markets||4.1 Commodities Markets|
|3.2 Corporate Finance - I||4.2 Corporate Finance – II|
|3.3 Equity Markets – I||4.3 Equity Markets – II|
|3.4 Banking in Financial Systems||4.4 Financial Services|
|3.5 Computer Applications in Investments||4.5 Taxation for Investments|
|3.6 Business Ethics||4.6 Security Analysis|
|3.7 Organizational Behaviour||4.7 Business Law|
Third Year B.Com (Financial Market) FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER 5.1 Global Capital Markets 6.1 Risk Management 5.2 Regulation of Security Markets 6.2 Corporate Governance 5.3 Insurance – (Fund) Management 6.3 Computer Applications in Financial Services 5.4 Derivative Markets 6.4 Marketing of Financial Services 5.5 Foreign Exchange Markets 6.5 Mutual Fund Management 5.6 Portfolio Management 6.6 Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services 5.7 Project – I 6.7 Project – II
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 & IV evaluation will be conducted by the college, whereas semester V & VI examination will be conducted by the university.
Each subject in all semester will be evaluated for 100 marks which is bifurcated as 75 marks written examination 25 marks internal evaluation in which minimum of 30 marks in external & 10 marks in internal is required to pass a subject. The final year students are required to complete a project of 100 marks.
About the Course
The BFM department conducts inter collegiate seminars and guest lectures on a regular basis by inviting renowned personalities to give practical insights of capital market to the students. In collaboration with BSE we have short term program in order to give practical exposure to stock market.
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