Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Secretaryship)

Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Secretaryship) B.Com (CS)

This program is designed so as to enable the students to assist expert organization in the area of Costing, accounting, company law and business finance. It also intends to qualify the students to pursue careers such as company secretary, chartered accountant, cost and work accountant, certified financial analyst, etc.

Business and industry needs relating to management, accountancy, costing, finance, and company secretaryship. These needs are today fulfilled by MBA, CA, ICWA, CFA, and CS respectively, which are professional courses. Today, it is necessary to meet the needs of business by improving the turnout of professionals as well as providing new set of professionals where they will assist on the business on a day today basis in the above areas.

Revised Syllabus for B.Com (CS) Degree Course with Effect from the Academic Year 2017-18 & Onwards

B.Com (CS) Course Structure

B.Com (CS) I Semester

1.1 Basic English

1.2 Basic – MIL

1.3 Financial Accounting – I

1.4 Principles of Management

1.5 Company Law – I

1.6 Managerial Economics

1.7 Indian Constitution


B.Com (CS) II Semester

2.1 Basic English

2.2 Basic – MIL

2.3 Financial Accounting – II

2.4 Business Environment

2.5 Company Law – II

2.6 Financial Markets and Institutions


B.Com (CS) III Semester

3.1 Corporate Accounting – I

3.2 General Law

3.3 Commercial Laws

3.4 Financial Management – I

3.5 Business Communication Skills

3.6 Secretarial Practice – I


B.Com (CS) IV Semester

4.1 Corporate Accounting – II

4.2 Industrial Laws

4.3 Business Statistics

4.4 Financial Management – II

4.5 Financial Services

4.6 Secretarial Practice – II


B.Com (CS) V Semester

5.1 Cost Accounting – I

5.2 Direct Tax Laws – I

5.3 Drafting, Appearances and Pleadings

5.4 Economic Laws

Computer Papers carry Two Hours Theory Classes and Two Hours Practical (Lab) per week

5.5 Securities Law

5.6 Fundamentals of Computer


B.Com (CS) VI Semester

6.1 Cost Accounting – II

6.2 Direct Tax Laws – II

6.3 Goods and Service Tax Law

6.4 Secretarial Audit and Secretarial Standards

6.5 Principles of Management Accounting

6.6 Information Technology and Systems Audit

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