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Ordinances

and

Outlines of Tests,

Syllabi and Courses of Reading

For

B.Com.(Honours) Part-I

(Semester I & II)

FOR 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21 SESSION

ORDINANCES FOR BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (Honours)

1. B.Com.(Hons.) is a specalised course comprising three parts spread over three years. Each part will consist of two semesters. The course of study of B.Com.(Hons.) shall be divided in six semesters and university examination will be held at the end of every semester in the months of December/January (for semester I,III &V) and April/May (for semester II, IV & VI) or as fixed by the Vice-Chancellor.

2. The admission to B.Com. (Hons.) Ist Semester shall be open to any person who has obtained 50% (45% in the case of SC/ST) marks in aggregate in plus two examination (Senior Secondary System) in any group from the Punjab School Education Board/C.B.S.E./I.S.C. or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the Punjabi University, Patiala .

Note: Candidate placed under reappear in one or more subjects in 10+2 examination of Punjab School Education Board or any other examination, recognized as equivalent thereto shall not be eligible for admission to B.Com.(Hons.) Part-I Course.

(ii) of having remained on the rolls of a college admitted to the privileges of the University for the academic year preceding the examinations.

(iii) Of having good character

3. A candidate must complete and pass the whole course of three years within a maximum of six years from the date of admission in B.Com (Hons.) First semester.

4. Semester examinations will be open to regular candidates who have been on the rolls of a college affiliated to this University and meet the attendance and other requirements as prescribed in the ordinances of the course.

5. Subject to fulfillment of requirement of House examinations, the attendance requirements and these ordinances, there will be no condition of passing papers for promotion from odd semester to even semester in an Academic Session.

To qualify for admission to 2nd year of the Course, the candidate must have passed 50% of total papers of the two semesters of the 1st year. Similarly, to qualify for admission to 3rd year of the course, the candidate should have passed 50% of total papers of four semesters of the earlier two years.

A candidate placed under reappear in any paper, will be allowed two chances to clear the reappear, which should be availed within consecutive two years/chances i.e. to pass in a paper the candidate will have a total of three chances, one as regular student and two as reappear candidate.

The examination of reappear papers of odd semester will be held with regular examination of the odd semester and reappear examination of even semester with the even semester. But if a candidate is placed under reappear in the last semester of the course, he will be provided chance to pass the reappear with the examination of the next semester, provided his reappear of lower semester does not go beyond next semester.

6. Attendance Requirements

Every candidate will be required to attend a minimum of 75% lectures delivered to that class in each paper as well as 75% of the laboratory work, seminars etc, separately. Provided that a deficiency in attendances may be condoned for special reasons, as per the relevant ordinances on the subject.

7. To be eligible to appear in the semester examination a candidate must have obtained in the house examination at least 25% marks in each paper; 33% marks in the aggregate of all subjects of the semester. The Principal at his discretion may allow a special test to a candidate who could not appear in the House examination owing to unavoidable reasons or fails to secure the minimum marks as prescribed above.

8. Late college students: A candidate who has completed the prescribed course of instructions for a semester but has not appeared in the examination or having appeared, has failed in the examination, may appear as a late college student within the prescribed period.

9. The pass and reappear students of B.Com.(Hons.) Part-II and III from any other recognized University shall be treated at par with the corresponding students of this University. But in case such a student is admitted in B.Com.(Hons.) Part-II semester III or V in this University, he/she will be required to clear deficient papers, if any.

10. Applications for admission to the examination shall be made on the prescribed form attested by the competent authority as per University rules.

11. Amount of examination fee to be paid by a candidate for each semester shall be as fixed by the University from time to time.

12. The last date by which examination forms and fees must reach the Registrar shall be as follows.



Semester

Without late fee

With late fee of Rs. 800/-

With late fee of Rs.1200/-

With late fee of Rs.5000/-

With late fee of Rs. 10,000

Nov./Dec. (Odd)

Sept. 30

Oct.15

Oct. 21

Oct. 31

Nov. 10*

April/May(Even)

Feb. 28

March 15

March 21

March 31

April 15*

* No Examination Form will be accepted after this date.

13. University medal will be awarded to a candidate who secures first position in the University on the basis of the marks of all the six semesters taken together. The general rules and conditions of the University for the Award of medal/prizes etc. will be applicable in the award of University medal to the topper of this examination.

14. Viva Voce/ Practical examination shall be conducted by a Committee consisting of the following:

One external examiner

One internal examiner

15. All the question papers except Punjabi and English will be set both in English and Punjabi and candidates can answer the questions either in English or Punjabi or Hindi. The paper in Punjabi language will be set in Punjabi only and candidate will be required to answer in Punjabi only.

16. The minimum number of marks required to pass each semester examination will be 35% in each paper and 40% in the aggregate of the semester examination. Provided that in papers with practicals, the percentage shall be required separately in written and practical/lab work. The candidate shall also be entitled to grace marks as admissible under the general ordinance relating to the 'Award of Grace Marks'.

16 A. The Assessment in each semester of B. Com.(Hons.) course will be 30% internal and 70% external for each written paper. The result of the Internal Assessment shall be conveyed to the students/examination branch by the Head of the Department according to prescribed schedule.



Internal Assessment Total Marks 30

Class Test (40%) 12 Marks

(Two tests in each semester out of which one

best will be taken for internal assessment)

Assignment (40%) 12 Marks

(Assignment shall be based upon Journals/ Magazines/

News Papers/Research work/Industrial visits)
Class Participation/Performance/Snap Test (20%) 6 Marks
Note: If a case comes to notice of Controller of Examinations where the marks awarded by the Teacher are on a very Higher/Lower side, the award will be got moderated by the following committee.


  1. Dean of Faculty concerned

  2. Controller of Examination

  3. Principal/Head of the Department concerned.

4. If considered necessary a member can be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of Dean of Faculty concerned
16 B. The students of B.Com.(Hons.) Course will have to pass a paper on Drug Abuse: Problems, Management and Prevention in Semester-II and a paper on Environmental and Road Saftey Awareness in Semester IV as prescribed by the university. This paper is a qualifying paper and marks obtained in this paper will not be added in the total marks obtained in the B.Com.(Hons.) degree.

17. The successful candidate shall be classified on the basis of aggregate marks secured in all the six semesters B.Com.(Hons.) taken together as under:

75% or more with distinction.

60% or more in the first division.

50% or more but less than 60% in the second division.

Below 50% in the third division.

18. "A candidate who has passed B.Com.(Hons.) examination from this University shall have one chance, within a period of two years, after passing the examination, to improve his Division in a maximum of 1/3 of total theory papers in all parts of Examinations and be awarded 1% of grace marks on the basis of given papers". Out of papers taken up, the candidate will be given benefit of increase in marks, where the marks have increased in Paper/Papers.

Syllabi and Courses of Reading

For

B.Com.( Honours) Part-I

(Semester I & II)

FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21 SESSION

SYLLABUS

B.COM.(HONOURS ) PART-I

FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

SCHEME OF Study


Semester-I

Semester Wise Papers

Marks

BCH -101 : Punjabi

BCH- 101-A : Punjabi Compulsory(Elementary Knowledge)

( Special Paper in lieu of Punjabi)



BCH -102: English

BCH -103: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting-I

BCH -104: Business Organisation

BCH -105: Micro Economics

BCH -106: Business Laws-I


50

50

100

100

100

100
100


Semester-II

Semester Wise Papers

Marks

BCH -201: Punjabi

BCH -201-A: Punjabi Compulsory(Elementary Knowledge)

(Special Paper in lieu of Punjabi)



BCH -202: Computer for Business

BCH -203: Fundamental of Financial Accounting-II

BCH -204: Functional Management

BCH -205: Macro Economics

BCH -206: Business Laws-II





50

50

100

100

100
100

100


Qualifying Paper: Drug Abuse: Problems, Management and Prevention

Note: There will be summer Training with Chartered Accountant for 4 to 6 weeks regarding bank dealings, vouching and verification of accounts, Income Tax Returns, GST returns. The Seminar in 3rd Semester will be based on Summer Training Report.

FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (Ist Semester)

BCH 101 - PUNJABI

Time allowed : 3 hrs Max. Marks :50

Period per week : 6 External Assessment :35

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 15



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4H gq/w gqek;a f;zx, f;XKse Gk;ak ftfrnkB, wdkB gpfb;aoia, gfNnkbk, 2002H

5H gq/w gqek;a f;zx, gzikph Gk;ak dk ;q's s/ pDso, gzikph :{Bhtof;Nh, gfNnkbk, 1996H

6H gq/w gqek;a f;zx, o{g ftfrnkB, wdkB gpfb;aoia, gfNnkbk, 2002H

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FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (Ist Semester)

BCH 101-A: Punjabi Compulsory (elementary Knowledge)

(Special paper in lieu of Punjabi Compulsory)

Time allowed : 3 hrs Max. Marks :50

Period per week : 6 External Assessment :35

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 15



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(2)H r[ow[yh nZyo s/ gzikph X[BhnK dk gqpzX

(T) ;to s/ ftnziBL torheoB d/ f;XKs s/ T[ukoB.

(n) ;to ;{ue nZyoK s/ X[BhnK dh gSkD s/ tos'A.

(J) ftnziB ;{ue nZyoK s/ X[BhnK dh gSkD s/ tos'A.

(;) brK^wksoK dh gSkD s/ tos'A.

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(j) wksok dh ftnziB ;{ueK Bkb tos'A. 5 nze



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3H ;ob s/ ;gPN gqPB g[ZS/ ikD.

4H toDkswe gqPB Bk g[ZS/ ikD.

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gzikph :{Bhtof;Nh, gfNnkbk 2011H

5H Hardev Bahri, Teach Yourself Punjabi, Publication Bureau, Punjabi University, Patiala, 2011.

6. Henry A. Gleason and Harjeet Singh Gill, A Start in Punjabi, Publication Bureau, Punjabi University,

Patiala, 1997.

7. Ujjal Singh Bahri and Paramjit Singh Walia, Introductory Punjabi, Publication Bureau, Punjabi

University, Patiala, 2003.

FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (Ist Semester)

BCH 102: English
Time Allowed: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

Period per week : 6 External Assessment: 70

Pass percentage : 35% Internal Assessment: 30
This paper shall be of 70 marks and three hours duration. The course content of the paper comprises the following sections:

PART-I

Part 1 of the paper shall deal with the writing skills and shall carry a weightage of 40 marks

1. Letter Writing with internal choice between personal & business letters (10Marks)

2. Dialogue Writing (Transcoding one given prose passage into dialogue form (10 Marks)

3. Developing one short story on the basis of the hints provided. (With internal alternative (10 Marks)

4. Writing a short passage on one of the four given topics (Current economic and political affairs (10 Marks)



PART-II

This part of the paper shall deal with Functional Grammar and shall carry a weightage of 30 marks. The candidates shall be required to attempt 15 sentences from each question out of a choice of 18 sentences. For this Part Units 1-43 and 76-103 of Oxford Practice Grammar by John Eastwood (Oxford University Press) are prescribed

5. One question with internal alternative shall be set from among units 1-43 of the prescribed book (15 Marks)

6. One question with internal alternative shall be set from among units 76-103 of the prescribed book (15 Marks)


Books Prescribed

1. Oxford Practice Grammar by John Eastwood (Oxford University Press)

2. The Written Word by Vandana R. Singh, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2003.

Internal Assessment of 30 marks shall be based as under:
1. Phonetic Symbols (Knowledge of IPA Symbols) (10 Marks)

2 Phonemic transcription of words. (The candidate shall transcribe all the ten words in IPA symbols). (10 marks)

3. Situations will be given and these will have to be role played. (5 marks)

4. A piece of article listened by the candidates will elicit response. (5marks)


Books Prescribed

1. Daniel Jones 'English Pronouncing Dictionary (15th Edition) Revised by Roach and Hartman (C.U.P).

2. A Course in Phonetic and Spoken English by J. Sethi & P.Y. Dhamija, Chapters 1,2,3,4,7,11,12,13 are to be studied.
FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (Ist Semester)
BCH 103: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting-I
Time allowed : 3 hours Max Marks: 100

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 30

Periods per week : 6 External Assessment:70

Note : Simple Calculator(not scientific) is allowed

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER/ EXAMINERS

The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections as follows.



SECTION-A

It will consist of essay type and numerical questions. Four questions, two theory and two numerical, shall be set by the examiner from Unit-I of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.



SECTION-B

It will consist of essay type and numerical questions. Four questions, two theory and two numerical, shall be set by the examiner from Unit-II of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.



SECTION-C

It will consist of 12 very short answer questions (Six theory and six numericals) from entire syllabus. Students are required to attempt 10 questions up to five lines in length. Each question shall carry 3 marks; total weight of the section shall be 30 marks


Course Objectives:

The objective of the course is to develop conceptual understanding of Financial Accounting and to impart skills in accounting for various Bussiness Transactions.


UNIT-I

Accounting: Meaning, Scope and Importance, Branches of Accounting, Accounting Concepts and Conventions, Double Entry System, Preparation of Journal, Subsidiary Books including Cash Book, Ledger, Trial Balance, Preparation of Final Accounts of Sole Traders and Partnership Firms.

Bank Reconciliation Statement, Distinction between Capital and Revenue items, Depreciation Methods and Accounting.
UNIT-II

Accounts relating to Partnership: Admission, Retirement and Death of a Partner, Dissolution of Partnership, Amalgamation of Firms, Sale of Firm to a Company, Gradual Realisation of Assets and Piece Meal Distribution.

Accounts of Non-Trading Concerns including Hospital and Educational Institutions.

Pedagogy:

The instructor is expected to use leading pedagogical approaches in the class room situation, lectures, case study analysis, group discussions, assignment writing and tests, research based methodology, innovative instructional methods, use of technology in the class room and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen the teaching efforts .


Note: Relevant Accounting Standards must be discussed in the class
Suggested Readings:


  1. M.C.Shukla & T.S. Grewal : Advanced Accounts

  2. R.L. Gupta : Advanced Accounts

  3. S.N. Maheswari : Advanced Accounting

  4. V.P. Sharma & Others : Advanced Accounting

  5. A.K. Dhir : Advanced Accounting

FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (Ist Semester)

BCH 104: BUSINESS ORGANISATION

Time allowed : 3 hours Max Marks: 100

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 30

Periods per week : 6 External Assessment:70



Instructions for Paper-Setters/Examiners

The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections as follows:



SECTION-A

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-I of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.


SECTION-B

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-II of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.


SECTION-C

It will consist of 12 very short answer questions from entire syllabus. Students are required to attempt 10 questions up to five lines in length. Each question shall carry 3 marks; total weight of the section shall be 30 marks


Course Objectives:

The Course aims to provide basics knowledge about the Business Organisational Concepts to the students.

UNIT-I

Business-Concept, Nature and Scope; business objectives, Business Environment Interface, distinction between business, commerce and trade. Foundation of Indian Business Spectrum of Business Activities, Manufacturing and Service Sectors.



Forms of Business Organisation-Sole proprietorship, partnership, joint stock company, types of companies, cooperative societies, multinational corporationsand Indian Transnationals; Operations : Business size and location decisions. Location: Mass production and mass customization, productivity, quality and logistic.

UNIT-II

Entrepreneurship - Concept and Nature, Entrepreneurial Opportunities in contemporary business environment: Networking Marketing, Franchising, Business process Outsourcing, e-business. Process of setting up a business enterprise, Choice of a suitable form of feasibility and preparation of Business Plan.

Functional Aspect of Business: Marketing : Marketing and Consumer behaviour, Product and Pricing decisions distribution and Promotional decisions. Human Resources: Sources of human Capital, Strategies for attracting and retaining.

Pedagogy:

The instructor is expected to use leading pedagogical approaches in the class room situation, lectures, case study analysis, group discussions, assignment writing and tests, research based methodology, innovative instructional methods, use of technology in the class room and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen the teaching efforts



Suggested Readings
1. Basu : Business Organisation and Management

2. Lele , Lallan and S.S. Gulsan : Business Organisation

3. Prasad,l Lallan and S.S. Gulshan : Management Principles and Practices

4. Tulsian P.C. : Business Orgnisation Management

5. Jim Barry, John Chander, Heather Clark : Organisation and Mangement

FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (Ist Semester)

BCH 105: MICRO ECONOMICS

Time allowed : 3 hours Max Marks: 100

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 30

Periods per week : 6 External Assessment:70



Instructions for Paper-Setters/Examiners

The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections as follows:



SECTION-A

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-I of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.

.

SECTION-B

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-II of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.

.

SECTION-C

It will consist of 12 very short answer questions from entire syllabus. Students are required to attempt 10 questions up to five lines in length. Each question shall carry 3 marks; total weight of the section shall be 30 marks


Course Objectives:

The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with economics as applicable in Business.



UNIT - i

Consumer behaviour: Utility approach , A brief outline of law of diminishing marginal utility and law of equi-marginal utility. Indifference curve approach: Consumer equilibrium, income, price and substitution effects. Law of demand, derivation of law of demand based on utility analysis and indifference curve analysis; Elasticity of Demand Concept, Price elasticity of demand and its measurement.



UNIT - ii

Concept of Production Function, Profit Forcasting in short run. Law of Variable Proportions, Returns to scale, Internal and external economics and diseconomies. Concept of Total, Average and Marginal Revenue and Elasticity of Demand. Isoquant technique and producer's equilibrium. Price determination under prefect competition, monopoly and monopolistic competition and oligopoly.



Pedagogy:

The instructor is expected to use leading pedagogical approaches in the class room situation, lectures, case study analysis, group discussions, assignment writing and tests, research based methodology, innovative instructional methods, use of technology in the class room and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen the teaching efforts


Suggested Readings

1. M.L. Seth : Principles of Economics

2. Stonier and Hague : A Text Book of Economics

3. ML Jhingan : Advanced economic theory: micro and macro economics



FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (Ist Semester)

BCH 106: Business LAWS-I

Time Allowed: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

Period per week : 6 External Assessment: 70

Pass percentage : 35% Internal Assessment: 30



Instructions for Paper-Setters/Examiners

The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections as follows:



SECTION-A

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-I of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.



SECTION-B

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-II of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.



SECTION-C

It will consist of 12 very short answer questions from entire syllabus. Students are required to attempt 10 questions up to five lines in length. Each question shall carry 3 marks; total weight of the section shall be 30 marks


Course Objectives:

The objective of this course is to impart basics knowledge of the important business legislation along with relevant case laws.



UNIT - i

LAW OF CONTRACT (1872): Nature of contract, Classification; Offer and acceptance; Capacity of parties to contract; Free consent; Consideration; legality of object; Agreements declared void; Performance of Contract; Discharge of contract, Remedies for breach of contract. Special Contracts: Indemnity; Guarantee; Bailment and Pledge; Agency


UNIT - iI

SALES OF GOODS ACT 1930: Formation of contracts of sale; Goods and their classification, price; conditions, and warranties; Transfer of Property in Goods; Performance of the Contract of Sales; Unpaid Seller and his Rights, Sale by Auction; Hire Purchase Agreement.


THE PATENTS ACT, 1970: Introduction, Definitions, Kinds of Patents, Exclusive Marketing rights, Filing and Examination of Application, Opposition to Grant of Patent, Term of Patent, Right of Patentee, Restoration of Lapse Patent, Surrender, Revocation and Infringement of Patent, Regulatory Authorities and Panelities.

Pedagogy:

The instructor is expected to use leading pedagogical approaches in the class room situation, lectures, case study analysis, group discussions, assignment writing and tests, research based methodology, innovative instructional methods, use of technology in the class room and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen the teaching efforts. Latest Amendments in the Act must be taught in the class.



Suggested Readings
1. Singh, Avtar : The Principles of Mercantile Law

2. Kuchhal M.C. : Business Law

3. Kapoor, N.D. : Business Laws

4. Chandra, P.R. : Business Law, Galgotia, New Delhi.

5. Sharma, V.K. : Business Law

FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (IInd Semester)

BCH 201: Punjabi

Time Allowed: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 50

Period per week : 6 External Assessment: 35

Pass percentage : 35% Internal Assessment: 15



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FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (IInd Semester)

BCH 201-A : Punjabi Compulsory (Elementary Knowledge)

Time Allowed: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 50

Period per week : 6 External Assessment: 35

Pass percentage : 35% Internal Assessment: 15


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6. Henry A. Gleason and Harjeet Singh Gill, A Start in Punjabi, Publication Bureau, Punjabi University, Patiala, 1997.

7. Ujjal Singh Bahri and Paramjit Singh Walia, Introductory Punjabi, Publication Bureau, Punjabi University, Patiala, 2003.

FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (IInd Semester)

BCH 202: Computers for Business
Time Allowed: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

Period per week : 6 External Assessment: 70

Pass percentage : 35% Internal Assessment: 30

Instructions for Paper-Setters/Examiners

The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections as follows:



SECTION-A

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-I of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.



SECTION-B

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-II of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.



SECTION-C

It will consist of 12 very short answer questions from entire syllabus. Students are required to attempt 10 questions up to five lines in length. Each question shall carry 3 marks; total weight of the section shall be 30 marks



Course Objectives:

The objective of this paper is to provide basics knowlege of computer for use in Business.


UNIT-I

Computer: Introduction, Functions and Classification of Computer, Overview of Software and Hardware, Input and Output devices, Computer Memory: RAM, ROM, Number system and its Inter Conversion, Introduction to Operating System- Windows XP and Vista, Working with files and folders, Understanding the control panel, Opening and exiting Windows application, Copying and moving information between windows and learning other basic functions of Windows XP and Vista.



UNIT-II

Introduction to MS-Word 2007: Basic Features, Starting and exiting word, Creating, Editing and Saving a Word document, Inserting Pictures and symbols, working with text, Creating a table, Formatting documents, Previewing and Printing Documents, Introduction to MS-Power Point 2007: Power Point Basics, Creating and Saving, Presentations, Inserting Pictures and Graphics, Inserting slides from other Presentations, Slide Show View. Introduction to MS Excel 2007: Creating spread sheets by entering text formulas and numbers, Introduction to financial functions in Excel 2007, Making Graphs in Excel, Sorting data in Excel, Conditional calculations using IF, IF…. AND if OR. Basic Introduction to Internet and its applications: Search Engines and e-mail.



Note: Internal Assessment will be Based on Lab Work and Lab Practical File

Pedagogy:

The instructor is expected to use leading pedagogical approaches in the class room situation, lectures, case study analysis, group discussions, assignment writing and tests, research based methodology, innovative instructional methods, use of technology in the class room and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen the teaching efforts



Suggested Readings:

1. Stephen L. Nelson : Office the Complete Reference by

2. Amy Ramanoff and Shery Bunnilli : Office 2000 Complete .

3. R. Hunt, J. Shelley : Computer and Common Sense

4. Software Manuals
FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (IInd Semester)

BCH 203: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting-II

Time allowed : 3 hours Max Marks: 100

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 30

Periods per week : 6 External Assessment:70

Theory: 4 + Practical 2
Instructions for Paper-Setters/Examiners

The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections as follows:



SECTION-A

It will consist of essay questions. Four questions, two theory shall be set by the examiner from Unit-I of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.


SECTION-B

It will consist of essay questions. Four questions, two theory shall be set by the examiner from Unit-II of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.


SECTION-C

It will consist of 12 very short answer questions from entire syllabus. Students are required to attempt 10 questions up to five lines in length. Each question shall carry 3 marks; total weight of the section shall be 30 marks.


Course Objective:

To Develop conceptual understanding of Financial Accounting System and to impart skills in accounting for various Bussiness Transactions.


UNIT - i

Accounting for Hire Purchase Transactions: Journal entries and ledger accounts in the books of Hire Vendors and Hire purchaser for large value items including default and repossession, stock and debtors system. Branch Accounting: Dependent and Independent Branches (including foreign branches); Departmental Accounting: Meaning Advantages, Apportinonment of Expenses, Inter Departmental Transfers and Provision for Unrealized Profit.



UNIT - iI

E-Accounting: its meaning, Features, Advantages and disadvantages of Manual Accounting versus Computerized Accounting, Financial Accounting Package - Tally. ERP 9.0: Introduction of Tally.ERP 9.0, Phases of Implementation, configuring Tally, Accounts Management (using TALLY.ERP 9.0 Software Package): Accounts Masters including creating and altering vouchers, Accounts Transactions and preparing and printing Trial Balance and Final Accounts and bank reconciliation statement and other accounts reports.



Note : Assignements must be based on case studies/actual practices related to various topics.

Relevant Accounting Standards must be discussed in the class.

Pedagogy:

The instructor is expected to use leading pedagogical approaches in the class room situation, lectures, case study analysis, group discussions, assignment writing and tests, research based methodology, innovative instructional methods, use of technology in the class room and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen the teaching efforts.


Suggested Readings:


  1. M.C.Shukla & T.S. Grewal : Advanced Accounts

  2. R.L. Gupta : Advanced Accounts

  3. S.N. Maheswari : Advanced Accounting

  4. V.P. Sharma & Others : Advanced Accounting

  5. A.K. Dhir : Advanced Accounting

  6. Vikas Bansal : Business Accounting with MS Excel & Tally, ERP 9.0


FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (IInd Semester)

bcH 204: FUNCTIONAL MANAGEMENT
Time allowed : 3 hours Max Marks: 100

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 30

Periods per week : 6 External Assessment:70

Instructions for Paper-Setters/Examiners

The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections as follows:



SECTION-A

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-I of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.

.

SECTION-B

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-II of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.

.

SECTION-C

It will consist of 12 very short answer questions from entire syllabus. Students are required to attempt 10 questions up to five lines in length. Each question shall carry 3 marks; total weight of the section shall be 30 marks.


Course Objective:

The course aims at providing knowledge about various functional aspects of Management.



Unit-1

Management: Concept, nature, process and Significance of Management.

Contribution to management thoughts with special reference to Taylor, Fayol and Elton Mayo.

Planning: Nature and Purpose; steps involved in planning, objectives: setting objectives, process of managing by objectives, strategies, forecasting.

Organising: Concept, nature and purpose of organizing, significance and Process of organizing. Organisational structure: Formal and Informal organization, organization chart.

Decision Making: Concept and process, Group decision making, Authority and responsibility relationship.


Unit-II

Directing: Scope, Human factors, creativity and innovations.

Staffing: Selection process & Techniques.

Motivation: Concept, characteristics, importance and theories of Motivation. Leadership: Concept & leadership Styles, leadership Theories. Communication: Nature and Process of Communication Chennels networks and barriers to communication-Effective Communication.

Controlling: System and Process of Controlling, requirements for effective control
Pedagogy:

The instructor is expected to use leading pedagogical approaches in the class room situation, lectures, case study analysis, group discussions, assignment writing and tests, research based methodology, innovative instructional methods, use of technology in the class room and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen the teaching efforts


Suggested Readings:


  1. Stoner and Freeman : Management

  2. C.B. Gupta : Business Management

  3. Harold Koontz : Essential of Management

  4. L.M. Parsad : Principles and Practice of Management


FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (IInd Semester)

BCH 205: MACRO ECONOMICS

Time allowed : 3 hours Max Marks: 100

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 30

Periods per week : 6 External Assessment: 70



Instructions for Paper-Setters/Examiners

The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections as follows:



SECTION-A

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-I of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.

.

SECTION-B

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-II of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.

.

SECTION-C
It will consist of 12 very short answer questions from entire syllabus. Students are required to attempt 10 questions up to five lines in length. Each question shall carry 3 marks; total weight of the section shall be 30 marks
Course Objective:

The course aims at providing knowledge about important concepts of Macro Economics



UNIT - i

Introduction to Macro Economics and its importance, National Income: Concepts, Methods and problems of measurement particularly in underdeveloped countries. Classical theory of Employment and Say's Law of Market, Keynesian Theory of Income, Output and Employment.


UNIT - ii

Consumption function: Average and marginal propensity to consume, Psychological law of consumption. Multiplier: Concept, Operation and Limitations; Investment Function: Concept, Operation and Limitations and Marginal Efficiency of Capital; Inflation: Meaning, Types, Causes & Effects. Trade cycles: Meaning & phases.



Pedagogy:

The instructor is expected to use leading pedagogical approaches in the class room situation, lectures, case study analysis, group discussions, assignment writing and tests, research based methodology, innovative instructional methods, use of technology in the class room and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen the teaching efforts



Suggested Readings
1. M.L. Seth : Principles of Economics

2. Stonier and Hague : A Text Book of Economics

3. ML Jhingan : Advanced economic theory: micro and macro economics
FOR 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-21

B.COM.(HONOURS) PART-I (IInd Semester)

BCH 206: BUSINESS Laws-II

Time allowed : 3 hours Max Marks: 100

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 30

Periods per week : 6 External Assessment: 70



Instructions for Paper-Setters/Examiners

The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections as follows:



SECTION-A

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-I of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.

.

SECTION-B

It will consist of essay type questions. Four questions shall be set by the examiner from Unit-II of the syllabus and the candidate shall be required to attempt two. Each question shall carry 10 marks; total weight of the section shall be 20 marks.

.

SECTION-C
It will consist of 12 very short answer questions from entire syllabus. Students are required to attempt 10 questions up to five lines in length. Each question shall carry 3 marks; total weight of the section shall be 30 marks.
Course Objective:
The objective of the course is to impart basics knowledge of important Business Legislation along with the relevant case laws.

UNIT - i

Negotiable Instrument Act 1881: Definition of negotiable instruments, Features; Promissory Note: Bill of Exchange and Cheque; Holder and Holder in the Due Course; Crossing of a cheque, Types of Crossing; Negotiation; Dishonour and discharge of negotiable instrument.

The Information Technology Act 2008, Objectives, Regulatory Authorities and Penalities, Cyber Crime-Technical Aspects, Fraud Prevention. The Consumer Protection Act 1986: Salient features, Grievance redressal machinery, Consumer Protection Bill 2018.

UNIT - iI

The Right to Information Act 2005 - Definitions, Right to Information and Obligations of Public Authorities, The Central and State Information Commission, Powers and Functions of the Information Commissions, Appeal and Penalties.The LLP Act 2008: Salient Features, LLP Agreement, incopration, Extent and Limitations, Financial Disclousre, Winding up and Dissolution of LLP.


Pedagogy:

The instructor is expected to use leading pedagogical approaches in the class room situation, lectures, case study analysis, group discussions, assignment writing and tests, research based methodology, innovative instructional methods, use of technology in the class room and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen the teaching efforts. Latest Amendment in the Act must be taught in the classes.



Suggested Readings
1. Singh, Avtar : The Principles of Mercantile Law

2. Kuchhal M.C. : Business Law

3. Kapoor, N.D. : Business Laws

4. Chandra, P.R. : Business Law, Galgotia, New Delhi.



5. Sharma, V.K. : Business Law


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