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B.Com Programme CBCS Department of Commerce, University of Delhi, Delhi 1 Syllabus and Scheme of Examination for B.Com Programme (Draft approved by Faculty of Commerce and Business on 26-6-15) of University Grants Commission New Delhi Under Choice Based Credit System Department of Commerce Delhi School of Economics University of Delhi 2015
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B.Com Programme CBCS Department of Commerce, University of Delhi, Delhi 2 B. Com Programme : Three-Year (6-Semester) CBCS Programme Basic Structure: Distribution of Courses 1 Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course 2 Papers of 2 Credit Hrs. each (Total Credit Hrs. 2X2) 4 2 Skill Enhancement Courses 4 Papers of 2 Credit Hrs. each (Total Credit Hrs. 4X2) 8 3 Core Course 12 Papers of 6 Credit Hrs. each (Total Credit Hrs. 12X6) (5 Lectures and 1 Tutorial) 72 4 Discipline Specific Elective 4 Papers of 6 Credit Hrs. each (Total Credit Hrs. 4X6) (5 Lectures and 1 Tutorial) 24 5 Generic Elective 2 Papers of 6 Credit Hrs. each (Total Credit Hrs. 2X6) (5 Lectures and 1 Tutorial) 12 Total Credit Hrs 120 Notes: 1 Ideal Lecture Class size: 50 to 60 students 2 Ideal Tutorial group Size: 12 to 15 students 3 Ideal Laboratory Practical Batch Size: 20 Students
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B.Com Programme CBCS Department of Commerce, University of Delhi, Delhi 3 B. Com Programme : Three-Year (6-Semester) CBCS Programme (Draft approved by Faculty of Commerce and Business on 26-6-15) Course Structure Semester I 1.1 Environmental Studies Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC-1) 1.2 Financial Accounting Core Course (DSC-1) 1.3 Business Organisation and Management Core Course (DSC-2) 1.4 Generic Elective (Any one of the following) Generic Elective (GE-1) (a) Principles of Micro Economics (b) New Venture Planning Semester II 2.1 Language: English/Hindi/Modern Indian Language Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC-2) 2.2 Business Laws Core Course (DSC-3) 2.3 Business Mathematics and Statistics Core Course (DSC-4) 2.4 Generic Elective (Any of the following) Generic Elective (GE-2) (a) Principles of Macro Economics (b) Economics of Regulation of Domestic and Foreign Exchange Markets Semester III 3.1 Company Law Core Course (DSC-5) 3.2 Income Tax Laws Core Course (DSC-6) 3.3 Discipline Specific Elective (Any one of the following) Discipline Specific Elective (DSE-1) (a) Indian Economy (b) Financial Markets and Institutions 3.4 Skill Based (Any one of the following) Skill Enhancement Course (SEC-1) (a) Banking and Insurance (b) Financial Analysis and Reporting Semester IV 4.1 Indirect Tax Laws Core Course (DSC-7)
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B.Com Programme CBCS Department of Commerce, University of Delhi, Delhi 4 4.2 Corporate Accounting Core Course (DSC-8) 4.3 Discipline Specific Elective (Any one of the following) Discipline Specific Elective (DSE-2) (a) Human Resource Management (b) Industrial Laws 4.4 Skill Based (Any one of the following) Skill Enhancement Course (SEC-2) (a) E-Commerce (b) Investing in Stock Markets Semester V 5.1 Auditing and Corporate Governance Core Course (DSC-9) 5.2 Cost Accounting Core Course (DSC-10) 5.3 Discipline Specific Elective (Any one of the following) Discipline Specific Elective (DSE-3) (a) Principles of Marketing (b)
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