M.Com

M.Com. Grantable Course Credit System

The University of Pune has introduced a new syllabus for a Post Graduate (PG) Degree Course that us M.Com. , from June 2013. The University has introduced a semester pattern for M.Com. course, which involves four semesters. For each semester there will be four papers of 100 marks each. Thus the M.Com degree will be of 1600 marks. The class is awarded to the candidate on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by the student in all the sixteen papers at the semester I, II, III & IV together of M.Com. Part I & II.

The new syllabus is applicable for M.Com. Part – I from June 2013 and for M.Com. Part – II from June, 2014.

The intake capacity for M.Com. Part – I and Part – II is of 60 students in each division. The college follows the reservation rules as per the government of Maharashtra and the University norms.

A student after passing B.Com. or equivalent examination can apply for admission to M.Com. A student is admitted as per rules framed by the University of Pune and the Government of Maharashtra. For M.Com Part – I students will be enrolled according to the Table Admission Process & on the basis of merit. Students are expected to go through the rules applicable for the ‘Table Admission Process’, which are usually notified to the students along with merit application form.

The medium of Instruction for M.Com course will be English only, as per the University rules regarding the revised structure of M.Com

As per the new structure of the syllabus (June 2008 pattern) the College offers following papers for M.Com.

SEMESTER I

Papers
Compulsory Papers
  • 1. Management Accounting (101)
  • 2. Strategic Management (102)
Optional Group Papers
(Any One Group of the following)
(Group A) Advanced Accounting


3. Special Subject Paper – I
Advanced Accounting (103)

4. Special Subject Paper – II
Income Tax (104)
OR
(Group B) Cost Accounting


3. Special Subject Paper – I
Advanced Cost Accounting (103)

4. Special Subject Paper – II
Costing Techniques and Responsibility Accounting (108)

SEMESTER II

Papers
Compulsory Papers
  • 1. Financial Analysis and Control (201)
  • 2. Industrial Economics (202)
Optional Group Papers
(Any One Group of the following)
(Group A) Advanced Accounting


3. Special Subject Paper – III
Specialized Areas in Accounting (203)

4. Special Subject Paper – IV
Business Tax Assessment and Planning (204)
OR
(Group B) Cost Accounting


3. Special Subject Paper – I
Application of Cost Accounting (207)

4. Special Subject Paper – II
Cost Control and Cost System (208)

SEMESTER III

Papers
Compulsory Papers
  • 1. Business Finance (301)
  • 2. Research Methodology for Business (302)
Optional Group Papers
(Any One Group of the following)
(Group A) Advanced Accounting


3. Special Subject Paper – V
Advanced Accounting (303)

4. Special Subject Paper – VI
Income Tax (304)
OR
(Group B) Cost Accounting


3. Special Subject Paper – V
Advanced Cost Accounting (307)

4. Special Subject Paper – VI
Costing Techniques and Responsibility Accounting (308)

SEMESTER IV

Papers
Compulsory Papers
  • 1. Capital Market & Financial Services (401)
  • 2. Global Economics Environment (402)
Optional Group Papers
(Any One Group of the following)
(Group A) Advanced Accounting


3. Special Subject Paper – VII
Recent Advances in Accounting, Taxation and Auditing (403)

4. Special Subject Paper – VIII
Project Work / Case Studies (404)
OR
(Group B) Cost Accounting


3. Special Subject Paper – VII
Advances in Cost Accounting and Cost System (407)

4. Special Subject Paper – VIII
Project Work / Case Studies (408)

For each paper, there will be Mid Semester Examination of two hours duration of 60 Marks. (to be converted into out of 20). The Semester Examination will be of three hours duration of 100 marks, which will be converted into out of 80 marks for regular students. The Mid – Semester Examination will be conducted once in the academic year for each Semester. The candidate will be allowed to join Part – II of M.Com. course irrespective of the number of backlog at the First and Second Semester.

A candidate shall be declared to have passed in the paper provided he / she has secured an aggregate of 40 % marks in each paper at mid-semester and semester examination separately. Rules regarding Award of class are similar to those applicable to the undergraduate classes.

  • A project work is compulsory for every student of M.Com. Part – II.
  • Project Viva – Voce will be conducted at the end of Semester IV but before the Theory Examination. There will be an Internal and an External Examiner appointed by the University and the examination will be conducted as per the University programme.
  • Project work will be of 100 marks which shall be divided as :

Project Report Writing : 60 Marks

Project Viva – voce : 40 Marks

Project work should be done individually by the candidate in consultation with the Project Guide. Students should take guidance from Internal Guide and prepare Project Report in two copies, to be submitted to the Guide. The project report shall consist about 50 to 60 pages.

The College has introduced self-finance (no-grant) courses namely Master of Computer Applications (MCA – Commerce) and M.Com. – E – Commerce (affiliated to the University of Pune) from the academic year 2012-13.

This is to provide varied options of the post-graduation to students who are willing to work in the field of Computer Applications and E – Commerce.

MCA (Commerce) programme is a full time three years duration programme (6 Semesters) where each batch is of 60 students.