Bachelor of Commerce

COMMERCE GROUP: B.Com Part-I (Three Units - 210 Seats)


1. The students who have passed 10+2 in commerce stream and have obtained 40% marks in aggregate.
2. Those who have passed 10+2 in any stream but have opted any one or more than one subject of the following:

  1. Commerce, Accounts, Economics, Mathematics, Business-Organisation & Mgt. Book-Keeping, Accountancy, Insurance, Banking and Trade, Commercial geography, Office Management and Secretarial Practice, Mercantile Law, Auditing Typewriting and Stenography/Computers.
  2. +2 Examination or B.A. Part I (old Scheme) of Panjab University with at least two of the subjects mentioned in(1) securing at least 45% marks in aggregate.
  3. +2 examination or B.A. Part-I / B.Sc Part-I / Pre-Engineering / Pre-Medical Examination of the Panjab University under the Old Scheme not covered in  securing at least 50% marks.
  4.  Any other examination recognized by the University as equivalent to (1) (2) or (3) as given above with requisitie percentag

Semester 1

  1. Punjabi/History and Culture of Punjab
  2. English & Business Communications skill-I
  3. Psychology of Managers
  4. Principles of Financial Accounting
  5. Principles of Economics-I
  6. Commercial Laws
  7. Principles and Practices of Management

Semester 2

  1. Punjabi/History and Culture of Punjab
  2. English & Business Communication
  3. Human Resource Management
  4. Corporate Accounting
  5. Business Economics-II
  6. Business Laws
  7. E-Commerce
  8. Environment, Road Safety Education and Violence against Women and Children

Semester 3

  1. Goods and Service Tax
  2. Issues in Indian Commerce
  3. Banking and Insurance
  4. Business Maths and Statistics
  5. Cost accounting
  6. Company Law

Semester 4

  1. Advance Accounting
  2. Marketing Management
  3. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  4. Quantitative Techniques and Methods
  5. Cost Management
  6. Auditing and Secretarial Practice

Semester 5

  1. Income Tax Laws
  2. Management Accounting
  3. Indian Economy
  4. Production and Operation Management
  5. Entrepreneurship & Small Business
  6. Financial Markets and Services

Semester 6

  1. Direct Tax Laws
  2. Financial Management
  3. Issues in Financial Reporting
  4. Social and Business Ethics
  5. Operational Research
  6. Sectoral Aspects of Indian Economy

B.Com Hons.

Eligibility : The student should have secured 50% marks in B.Com I in order to opt Honours in Commerce.
B.Com III Semester : Accounting Theory and Reporting Practices
B.Com IV Semester : Contemporary issues in Accounting
B.Com V Semester : Strategic Financial Management
B.Com VI Semester : Investment Management