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4 A Revised Structure of B Com Course,F Y B Com w e f 2013 14. Sr No Compulsory Main Subjects,101 Compulsory English. 102 Financial Accounting,103 Business Economics Micro. 104 A Business Mathematics and Statistics,104 B Computer Concepts and Applications. 105 Optional Group Any one of the following,a Organizational Skill Development.
b Banking Finance,c Commercial Geography,d Defense Organization and Management in India. e Co Operation,f Managerial Economics,106 Optional Group Any one of the following. a Essentials of E Commerce,b Insurance Transport,c Marketing Salesmanship. d Consumer Protection Business Ethics,e Business Environment Entrepreneurship. f Foundation Course in Commerce, 107 Any one of the language from the following groups.
Modern Indian Languages M I L Compulsory English Marathi Hindi. Gujarathi Sindhi Urdu Persian,Modern European Languages M E L French German. Ancient Indian Languages A I L Sanskrit,S Y B Com w e f 2014 15. Sr No Compulsory Main Subjects,201 Business Communication. 202 Corporate Accounting,203 Business Economics Macro. 204 Business Management,205 Elements of Company Law.
206 Special Subject Paper I,Any one of the following. a Business Administration,b Banking Finance,c Business Laws Practices. University of Pune S Y B Com,Page 2 of 46,d Co operation Rural Development. e Cost Works Accounting,f Business Statistics,g Business Entrepreneurship. h Marketing Management,i Agricultural Industrial Economics.
j Defense Budgeting Finance Management,k Insurance Transport Tourism. l Computer Programming and Applications,T Y B Com w e f 2015 16. Sr No Compulsory Main Subjects,301 Business Regulatory Framework Mercantile Law. 302 Advanced Accounting,303 A Indian Global Economic Development. 303 B International Economics,304 Auditing Taxation.
305 Special Subject Paper II,Same special subject offered at S Y B Com. a Business Administration,b Banking Finance,c Business Laws Practices. d Co operation Rural Development,e Cost Works Accounting. f Business Statistics,g Business Entrepreneurship,h Marketing Management. i Agricultural Industrial Economics,j Defense Budgeting Finance Management.
k Insurance Transport Tourism,l Computer Programming and Applications. 306 Special Subject Paper III,Same special subject offered at S Y B Com. a Business Administration,b Banking Finance,c Business Laws Practices. d Co operation Rural Development,e Cost Works Accounting. f Business Statistics,g Business Entrepreneurship,h Marketing Management.
i Agricultural Industrial Economics,j Defense Budgeting Finance Management. k Insurance Transport Tourism,l Computer Programming and Applications. University of Pune S Y B Com,Page 3 of 46,B Subjects Carrying Practical s. There will be practical examination for the F Y B Com for the subject. Financial Accounting There will be practical and practical examinations for the. special subjects at S Y B Com and T Y B Com levels There will be Practical. for the S Y B Com level Compulsory subject Business Communication for. T Y B Com Auditing Taxation, C A Student must offer the same Special Subject at T Y B Com which he. has offered at S Y B Com, D In an exceptional cases a student may change the subject chosen by him.
at second year during the first term of the third year provided he keeps the. additional terms of the new subject at S Y B Com,4 EXTERNAL CANDIDATES. 1 The student who has registered his name as the external student will appear at the. annual examination, 2 The result of external student will be declared on the basis of Annual Examination. of 80 marks for practical subjects by converting the same out of 100. 3 No foreign student shall be allowed to register as an External Student. 5 MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION, Medium of instruction for B Com degree course shall be either Marathi or English. except languages, The Medium of instructions for Business Communication S Y B Com shall be. English only,6 WORKLOAD, The present norms of workload of lectures tutorials and practicals per subject in.
respect of B Com Course shall continue,7 UNIVERSITY TERMS. The dates for the commencement and conclusion of the first and the second terms. shall be as determined by the University Authorities The terms can be kept only by duly. admitted students The present relevant ordinances pertaining to grant of terms will be. applicable,8 VERIFICATION AND REVALUATION, The candidate may apply for verification and revaluation or result through. Principal of the College which will be done by the University as per ordinance framed in. that behalf,9 EQUIVALENCE AND TRANSITORY PROVISION. The University will conduct examination of old course for next three academic. years from the date of implementation of new course. The candidate of old course will be given three chances to clear his subjects as per. the old course and thereafter he will have to appear for the subjects under new course as. per the equivalence given to old course,University of Pune S Y B Com. Page 4 of 46,10 RESTRUCTURING OF COURSES, This new revised structure shall be made applicable to the colleges implementing.
Restructured Programme at the undergraduate level from June 2004 The existing. pattern of C D and E Components shall be continued. The Colleges under the Restructured Programme which has revised their structure. in the light of the 2008 Pattern shall be introduced with effect from academic year. 11 SETTING OF QUESTION PAPERS, 1 A candidate shall have the option of answering the question in any of the subjects. either in Marathi or English except in languages, 2 The question papers shall be framed so as to ensure that no part of the syllabus is. left out of study by a student, 3 The question paper shall be balanced in respect of various topics outlined in the. 4 The question papers shall have combination of long and short answer type. question As far as possible short answer type questions should not exceed 15 to. 20 percent, 5 There shall be no overall option in the question paper instead there shall be. internal options such as either or and three short answers out of five etc. 6 In case of question paper under the Special Subject Paper No III one question. carrying 10 marks will be set on current knowledge in relating subject in the. academic year,University of Pune S Y B Com,Page 5 of 46.
Compulsory Paper,Subject Name Business Communication. Course Code 201,Objectives of the Course, 1 To understand the concept process and importance of communication. 2 To develop awareness regarding new trends in business communication. 3 To provide knowledge of various media of communication. 4 To develop business communication skills through the application and exercises. Medium of Instruction English,Unit TERM I Periods,1 Introduction of Business Communication 12. Introduction Meaning Definition Features Process of Communication. Principles Importance Barriers to Communication Remedies. 2 Methods and Channels of Communication 10, Methods of Communication Merits and Demerits Channels of Communication. in the Organisation and their Types Merits Demerits. 3 Soft Skills 16,Meaning Definition Importance of Soft Skills.
Elements of Soft Skills,1 Grooming Manners and Etiquettes. 2 Effective Speaking,3 Interview Skills,4 Listening. 5 Group Discussion,6 Oral Presentation,4 Business Letters 10. Meaning Importance Qualities or Essentials Physical Appearance and Layout. of Business Letter,Total Periods 48,5 Types and Drafting of Business Letters 16. 1 Enquiry Letters,2 Replies to Enquiry Letters,3 Order Letters.
4 Credit and Status Enquiries,5 Sales Letters,6 Complaint Letters. 7 Collection Letters,8 Circular Letters,6 Job Application Letters 08. Meaning Types Drafting of Job Application Letters Bio Data Resume. University of Pune S Y B Com,Page 6 of 46,Curriculum Vitae. 7 Internal and other Correspondence 12,1 Office Memo Memorandums. 2 Office Orders,3 Office Circulars,4 Form Memos or Letters.
5 Press Releases,8 New Technologies in Business Communication 12. Internet Email Websites Electronic Clearance System Writing a Blog. Social Media Network Twitter Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Cellular Phone. Voice Mail,Short Messaging Services,Video Conferencing. Total Periods 48,Recommended Books, 1 Asha Kaul 1999 Business Communication Prentice Hall of India New Delhi. 2 Chaturvedi P D Chaturvedi Mukesh 2012 Managerial Communication Pearson Delhi. 3 Madhukar R K 2005 Business Communication Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd New. 4 Mamoria C B Gankar S V 2008 Personnel Management Himalaya Publishing House. 5 Nawal Mallika 2012 Business Communication Cengage Learning Delhi. 6 Rajendra Pal Korlahalli 2007 Essentials of Business Communication Sultan Chand. Sons New Delhi, 7 Sharma R C Krishan Mohan Business Correspondence Report Writing Tata McGraw. Hill Publishing Co Ltd, 8 Sinha K K 2003 Business Communication Galgotia Publishing Company New Delhi.
9 Sinha K K 2008 Business Communication Galgotia Publishing Company New Delhi. 10 Vasishth Neeru Rajput Namita 2006 Business Communication Kitab Mahal Allahabad. Assessment Pattern,Internal Assessment Term End Examination 20 Marks. Practical Examination 20 Marks,Annual Examination 60 Marks. Total Marks 100 Marks,University of Pune S Y B Com. Page 7 of 46,Question Paper Pattern,Term End Examination. Q 1 Answers in 20 Words Attempt any Seven 14 Marks. Total 10 Questions,Q 2 Answer in 50 Words Attempt any Two 08 Marks.
Total 4 Questions, Q 3 Answer in 100 Words Attempt any Three 18 Marks. Total 5 Questions,Q 4 Answer in 500 Words Attempt any One 20 Marks. Total 2 Questions,Annual Examination,Q 1 Term I Syllabus 16 Marks. Q 1 Term I Syllabus,Q 2 Term I Syllabus 16 Marks,Q 2 Term I Syllabus. Q 3 A Term I Syllabus 08 Marks,Q 3 A Term I Syllabus.
Q 3 B Term II Syllabus 08 Marks,Q 3 B Term II Syllabus. Q 4 Term II Syllabus 16 Marks,Q 4 Term II Syllabus. Q 5 Short Notes Attempt any Four 16 Marks,Total 6 Short Notes on Term II Syllabus. Guidelines for completion of Practicals, 1 At least FourPracticals should be completed during the academic year by students in consultation. with subject teacher, 2 Practical should be based on visit as well as library assignments.
3 A subject teacher has special privileges to make the allotment of practical topics. 4 Students should discuss with the subject teacher at the time of selection of practical topics. 5 If a student fails to complete minimum number of practicals then the student shall not be eligible for. appearing at the practical examination,University of Pune S Y B Com. Page 8 of 46,List of suggested Topics for Practicals. Sr No Topics, 1 Analysis of Case Studies on Business Communication. 2 Analysis of Posters Pictures Non Verbal,3 Barriers to Communication through Case Studies. 4 Barriers to Listening through attending seminars conferences public meetings. 5 Drafting of Unsolicited Solicited Job Application Letter with Bio Data Resume CV. 6 Collection Drafting of various Business Letters,7 Group Discussions.
8 Class Room Presentations on various Topics,9 Interview Skills. 10 Use of Technology in Communication,11 Drafting of Memos. 12 Drafting of Press Releases Notes,13 Drafting of Office Orders. 14 Drafting of Office Circulars, 15 Any other topics to be suggested by the Subject Teachers. University of Pune S Y B Com,Page 9 of 46,Compulsory Paper.
Subject Name Corporate Accounting,Course Code 202,Objectives. To enable the students to develop awareness about Corporate Accounting in conformity. with the provisions of Companies Act and Accounting as per Indian Accounting Standards. 1 To make aware the students about the conceptual aspect of corporate accounting. 2 To enable the students to develop skills for Computerized Accounting. 3 To enable the students to develop skills about accounting standards. Unit Topic and Contents No of Lectures,1 Accounting Standards. Detailed Study of Accounting Standards 5 6 10 14 21 with Practical Examples. numerical case studies Application nature,2 Company Final Accounts. Preparation of Final Accounts Forms and contents as per Provisions of Companies. Act As Amendment upto the beginning of the relevant academic year As per 14. Revised Schedule VI,3 Company Liquidation Accounts. Meaning of Liquidation Modes of winding up, a Preparation of Liquidator final statement of Account 12.
b Preparation of Statement of Affairs and Deficiency Account. 4 Computerized Accounting Practices, Conceptual background a Inventory Accounting b Payroll Accounting c. MIS Reports including Demonstration and Hands Experience. Unit Topic and Contents No of Lectures, 5 Accounting for Amalgamation Absorption and External Reconstruction of. Meaning Vendor and Purchasing Companies Purchase Consideration. Accounting entries and Preparation of Balance Sheet after Amalgamation. Absorption and External Reconstruction,6 Accounting for Internal Reconstruction Meaning. Alteration of Share Capital Reduction of Share Capital Accounting Entries and. preparation of Balance Sheet After Internal Reconstruction 10. 7 Holding Company Account 14,University of Pune S Y B Com. Page 10 of 46, Preparation of consolidated Balance sheet of Holding Company with one.
subsidiary only Adjustment of inter company transactions unrealized profit of. 8 Valuations of Shares Concept of, Valuation Need for Valuation Special Factors affecting Valuation of Shares. Methods of Valuation a Net Assets Method b Yield Basis Method c Fair. Value Method, 1 Question Paper for Termend and Annual Examination should consist of. Theory Questions 30,Problems 70, 2 In the Question Paper of Annual Examination the weightage to the syllabus should be as. i 40 on the total syllabus of the First Term,ii 60 on the total syllabus of the Second Term. 3 Colleges are required to use only licensed copy of software. Recommended Books, 1 Advanced Accounts By M C Shukla S P Grewal S Chand Co Ltd.
2 Advanced Accountancy By S P Jain K N Narang Kalyani Publishers. 3 Advanced Accountancy By R L Gupta M Radhaswamy Sultan Chand Sons. 4 Company Accounts By S P Jain K L Narang,5 Advanced Accounts By Paul Sr. 6 Corporate Accounting By Dr S N Maheshwari S K Maheshwari. 7 Corporate Accounting By Mukharji Hanif, 8 Corporate Accounting By Dr K N Jagtap Dr S D Zagade Dr H M Jare. 9 Accounting Standard By D S Rawat, 10 Accounting Standards as issued by Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. 1 The Chartered Accountant Journal of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of. 2 The Accounting World ICFAI Hyderabad, 3 Journal of Accounting Finance Accounting Research Association of Jaipur. University of Pune S Y B Com,Page 11 of 46,Compulsory Paper.
Subject Name Business Economics Macro,Course Code 203. Objectives, 1 The objective of the course is to familiarize the students the basic concept of Macro Economics and. application,2 To Study the behavior of the economy as a whole. 3 To Study the relationship among broad aggregates. 4 To apply economic reasoning to problems of the economy. Sr No Topic No of,UNIT 1 Basic Concepts of macro Economics. 1 1 Meaning of Macro Economics 08,1 2 Nature and Scope of Macro Economics.
1 3 Significance and limitations of Macro Economics. 1 4 Difference between Micro and Macro Economics,UNIT 2 National Income. 2 1 Meaning Importance of National Income 14,2 2 Concept. a Gross National Product GNP,b Net National Product NNP. c Income at Factor cost or National Income at Factor Prices. d Per Capita Income,e Personal Income PI,f Disposable Income DI. 2 3 Measurement of National Income Circular Flow of Income Two. sector model, 2 4 Difficulties in Measurement of National Income.
UNIT 3 Money 12,3 1 Meaning and functions of Money. 3 2 Demand for Money Classical and Keynesian Approach. 3 3 Supply of Money, a Role of Central Bank Credit Control Quantitative and. Qualitative,b Reserve Bank of India s New Money Measures. 3 4 Role of Commercial Banks Process of Multiple Credit Creation and. its limitations,UNIT 4 Value of Money 14,4 1 Meaning Concept of Value of Money. 4 2 Quantity Theory of Money, 4 3 Cash Balance approach Cambridge Equation Pigou Marshall.
4 4 Milton Friedman s Approach, 4 5 Difference between Quantity Theory and Cash Balance Approach. University of Pune S Y B Com,Page 12 of 46,Inflation and Deflation 10. UNIT 5 5 1 Inflation and Deflation Meaning Causes and effects. 5 2 Demand Pull and cost Push inflation,5 3 Inflationary Gap. 5 4 Philips Curve Supply side Economics,5 5 Stagflation. UNIT 6 Trade Cycle 12, 6 1 Meaning Definition and features of Trade Cycle.
6 2 Phases of Trade Cycle, 6 3 Policy for control of Trade Cycle Monetary and Fiscal Measures. UNIT 7 Theories of Output and Employment 12, 7 1 Classical Theories of Employment Says Pigoue Fisher. 7 2 Keynesian Criticism on Classical Theories of Employment. 7 3 Keynesian Theory of Employment,UNIT 8 Public Finance 14. 8 1 Meaning Nature and Scope of Public Finance, 8 2 Principle of Maximum Social advantage Dr Dalton s Approach. 8 3 Public Revenue and Expenditure,8 4 Types of Taxation.
8 5 Principles of Taxation,8 6 Effects of Taxation. 8 7 Causes of increasing Public Expenditure,Basic Reading List. 1 Ackey G 1976 Macro Economics Theory and Policy Macmillan Publishing. Company New York, 2 Ahuja H L 2002 Macroeconomics Theory and Policy Chand and Co Ltd. 3 D souza Errol 2008 Macroeconomics Person Publication New Delhi. 4 Gupta S B 1994 Monetary Economics S Chand and Co Delhi. 5 Jingan M L 2002 Macro Economic Theory Vrinda Publication Delhi. 6 Vaish M C 2002 Macro Economic Theory Vikas Publishing House N Delhi. 7 Shapiro E 1996 Macro Economic Analysis Galgotia Publication New Delhi. ADDITIONAL READING LIST, 1 Dillard D 1960 The Economics of John Maynard Keynes Crossby Lockwood. and Sons London, 2 Day A C L 1960 Outline of Monetary Economics Oxford University Press.
3 Higgins B 1963 Economic Development Principles Problems and Policies. Central Book Depot Allahbad, 4 Keynes J M 1936 The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money. Macmillan London, 5 Kindleberger C P 1958 Economic Development McGraw Hill Book. Company New York, 6 Lucas R 1981 Studies in Business Cycle Theory MIT Press Cambridge. Massachusetts,University of Pune S Y B Com,Page 13 of 46. Compulsory Paper,Subject Name Business Management,Course Code 204.
1 To provide basic knowledge understanding about business management concept. 2 To provide an understanding about various functions of management. UNIT NO PERIODS,Unit I OVERVIEW OF MANAGEMENT, Meaning Definition Management Is it Science Art or profession. Characteristics of Professional Management The need of Management Study. Process of Management Level Of Management Managerial Skills Challenges 12. before management Brief Review of Management Thought with reference to. FW Taylor Henry Fayol,Unit II PLANNING DECISION MAKING. Planning Meaning Definition Nature Importance Forms Types Of Planning. Steps in Planning Limitations Of Planning Forecasting Meaning. Techniques Decision Making Meaning Types Of Decisions Steps In. Decision Making,Unit III ORGANIZATION STAFFING, Meaning Process Principles Departmentalization Organization Structure. Authority and Responsibility Delegation of authority Difficulties in. delegation of Authority Centralization verses Decentralization Team Work 12. Staffing Meaning Need Importance of Staffing Recruitment Sources and. Methods of Recruitment,Unit IV DIRECTION COMMUNICATION. Direction Meaning Elements Principles Techniques importance. Communication Meaning Types Process of Communication importance of 12. effective Communication Barriers to Communication,UNIT V MOTIVATION 12.
Meaning importance Theories of motivation Maslow s Need Hierarchy. Theory Herzberg s Two factors Theory Douglas Mc Gregor s Theory of X. Y Ouchi Theory Z McClelland s Theory,UNIT VI LEADERSHIP 12. Meaning Importance Qualities Functions of a Leader Leadership Styles for. Effective Management Contribution of Mahatma Gandhi Dr Babasaheb. Ambedkar Pandit Jawaharlal Neharu,University of Pune S Y B Com. Page 14 of 46,Unit VII CO ORDINATION AND CONTROL 12. Meaning and Need Techniques of establishing Co ordination difficulties in. establishing co ordination Control Need steps in the process of control. Techniques,Unit VIII RECENT TRENDS IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 12. Business Ethics Corporate Social Responsibilty Corporate Governance. Disaster Management Management of Change,Recommended Books.
1 Principles of Management Koontz O Donnel,2 The Management Process R S Davar. 3 Essentials of Management Koontz O Donnel Tralei McGrow Hill Publishing House. 4 Business Administration Mritunjoy Banerjee, 5 Principles Practice T N Chhabra Dhanapat Rai Co of Management. 6 Management LM Prasad,7 Super Highway Bill Gates Foundation. 8 Makers of Modern India NBT Publishers,9 Indian Business leaders.

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