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Radhey VyaS 10:57 AM July 28th, 2012
I am Manish from Surat; I have completed B.Com from Gujarat University. please tell me the syllabus of M.Com

Gunjan 01:29 PM July 28th, 2012
Gujarat University provide many degree, diploma, UG and PG courses.

As you looking for the syllabus of M.Com so we are providing you some information about syllabus.

FINANCIAL ECONOMICS : 1 Introduction , Basics of Financial Calculation, Interest Rates, Valuations of Financial Assets, Pricing of Derivatives



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minal patel 10:55 AM March 17th, 2013
let me know wether strategic management and financial management of I are the same??
Rinkal Lalwani 05:19 PM November 19th, 2013
What is the current syllabus for M.Com????
Unregistered 04:10 PM February 18th, 2014
Here I am looking for the M.Com Part I syllabus of Gujarat University, can you please provide me the same here????
Sashwat 04:19 PM February 18th, 2014
Gujarat University is an affiliating university and is accredited B++ by NAAC.

As you require the M.Com Part I syllabus of Gujarat University, so here I am sharing the same with you

M.Com. I

Economics of Developing Countries Group - A (Compulsory)

Concepts of growth, development and under development - Indicators and
measurement of development - Minimum needs - Physical quality of Life Index.

Inter-relationship between population and development - Demo-graphic
transition, Population Trap - Population Policy in developing countries.
Nature and problem of unemployment and underemployment in
developing countries - Employment Policies.

Concept of Poverty Line - Indicators and poverty - Dimenation of poverty
in third world - Poverty policies and programmes - Inter-relationship between
population, poverty, and unemployment.

Transformation of agriculture - Technological and institutional changes in
agriculture and their impact on production, productivity and equity.
Strategies of Industrialisation - Impact of alternative strategies of growth, self- reliance and employment - Govt. policies of industrialisation in under- developed
countries and their effects - Choice of techniques of production - Appropriate
technology for developing countries.

Role of Monetory and Fiscal policies in economic development - Tax structure
and policies in developing countries - Taxation, borrowing and deficit financing as a
methods of financing - Public expenditure and their effects.

Market economy - its limitations-role of planning in development-models of
planning (Aggregate, sectoral and input-output models - basic concepts only)-
Experience and process of planning in developing countries.

Foreign trade and development - Inward looking and outward looking trade
policy and development - Custom union in developing countries - Foreign capital,
foreign aid and burden of repayment of debt - Transfer of technology- Multinational

Working of International Monetary System-Exchange Rate policies-Problem of
International Monetary System - Reforms in the present monetary system with
reference to developing countries - New World economic order.

M.Com. - I

Business Finance Group - A (Compulsory)

Section - I

Cost of Capital :
Significance - Concept - Specific-Cost for various sources of finance,
viz. Cost of Debts (debentures and bonds, deposits and loans).
Cost of Preference capital, Cost of Equity Capital and Cost of retained
earnings - Weighted Average, Cost of Capital.

Capital Structure:
Planning the initial capital structures - features of a sound or appropriate
capital structure - Capital structure theories, viz. Net Income Approach, Net
Operating Income Approach, Traditional view, the Modigliani- Millier

Leverages :
Meaning and types of leverages.

Operating Leverage :
Measurement and degree of operating leverage (simple problems impact
of operating leverage on EBIT)

Financial Leverage :
Measurement and degree of financial leverage; Effects of financial
leverage on valuation of a firm (simple problems on calculation of financial
leverage and impact of financial leverage on EBT and on the price of the share

Combined Leverage

Section - II

3. Working Capital Management:

(a) Management of Cash: (Excluding problems on preparation of Cash
Budget) Importance, Functions, Problems - Factors determining Cash
flow, Cash Planning, i.e. Cash Forecasting Methods, i.e. receipts and
disbursement method and adjusted net income method - long term cash
forecasting - determining the optimum cash balance - advantages of cash
budget - difficulties in cash budget - advantages and limitations of cash

(b) Management of Receivables:
Objectives of maintaining receivable - cost of maintaining receivables- determinants of size of receivables - credit procedure for individual
accounts - forecasting of receivables,

(c) Management of Inventories: Need to hold inventories-objectives
inventory management techniques.

4. Dividend Policy :
Forms of dividend - practical consideration, constrains in paying dividend -
stability and significance and limitations of Stable Dividend Policy. Dividend policy
and share valuation - Traditional Position - Walter Model; Gordon Model, Miller and
Modigliani Position, Radical Position.

5. Lease Financing :
Nature and Importance -
Important issues -Impact - effects of the use of Lease Financing from the leasser's and
lasser's viewpoints.

3. Financial Management : I. M. Pandey
4. Management Finance : V. S. Murthy 5.
Financial Management : S. C. Kuchal 6.
Financial Management : Khan & Jain
7. Financial Management : Prasana Chandra
8. Financial Decision Making : R.M.Shreevatsava
(Note: Not more than 30% marks should be allotted for prescribed examples.)

Gujrat University Syllabus

M.Com. - I
Cost Accounting - I Group - B (Optional)
Section - I
1. Cost Classification, control and analysis
(a) Brief idea of cost classification:
(i) According to elements
(ii) According to function or operations
(iii) According to nature or behaviour
(iv) According to accountability
(v) According to normality

(b) Cost Control:
(i) Inventory Control (1) ABC Analysis
(2) VED Analysis (3)
FNSD Analysis
(4) Eco-Basic Model
(ii) Labour Cost Control : Labour Productivity efficiency
(iii) Overhead Cost Control: under and over absorption of overheads
(treatment only)
(iv) Learning Curve

2. Integrated Accounts

3. Variance Analysis :
Computation of material, labour, overheads and sales variance, variance analysis
excluding opportunity cost analysis; Interpretation, investigation and recording of

Section - II
4. Absorption and Variable Costing:
Variable Costing (Direct Costing) and absorption costing - Development of
variable costing - Income distinction - advantages of variable costing - damagers of
variable costing - evaluation of variable costing.
Stock valuation and measuring profits under variable costing and absorption costing.

5. Value Analysis :
Value Analysis, procedure, illustration, advantages, Value Analysis and
Engineering; impact of Value Engineering on profit, distinction between Value
Engineering and Value Analysis.
Techniques of Value Analysis and Engineering (Conceptional idea)
Total Quality Management
Just In Time
Product Mix Optimization
Cost Effectiveness Analysis
Measurement of Cost Effectiveness
Evaluation of Cost Effectiveness criteria
Steps for evaluation of Cost Effectiveness

6. Activity Based Costing:
Definition and need for Activity Based Costing.
Concept of ABC
Cost drives and cost tools
Main activities and its cost drives.
Allocation of O/H under ABC

7. Just In Time (JIT)
Introduction and philosophy of JIT
Sources of waste
Aims and objectives of JIT
Methodology implementation in JIT
Benefits in application
Characteristics of ABC
Development of ABC System
Implementation of ABC System
Application of ABC (when to use)
Obstacles to successful implementation
Impact of JIT on management
Accounting system
Material Requirement Planning (MRP- 1)
Manufacturing Resource Plan (MRP- 2)

Gujrat University Syllabus

M.Com. - I
Cost Accounting - II Group - B (Optional)
Section - I

Basis of Accounting:
(i) Concepts, Conventions, Principles(GAP) of Accounting
(ii) Accounting Standards - Need and Process
(iii) Indian Accounting Standards; AS 1 to 6 and AS 8 and 9
(iv) Harmonisation of Accounting Standards

Preparation of Financial Statements:
(i) Legal requirements under the Companies Act, 1956
(ii) Some important issues; inventory, depreciation and tax provisions
(iii) Managerial remuneration (including problems)
(iv) Recent Trends in presentation of Financial Statements
(v) Preparation of Value Added Statement (vi)
Advanced level problems.

(a) Hire Purchase Trading Account
(b) Packages & Containers Account
Section - II
Emerging Dimensions in Accounting:
(i) Inflation Accounting - CPP and CCA
(ii) Human Resource Accounting
(iii) Social Accounting
(iv) Environmental Accounting

(a) Holding Company Accounts:
(i) Sec.212 of the Companies Act, 1956.
(ii) Consolidated Balance Sheet.

(b) Accounting for Merger and Amalgamation
(including inter-company owings and holdings)

Accounts of General Insurance Companies:
(i) Brief idea, about the accounting system of General Insurance Company
(ii) Preparation of Final Accounts.

1. Advanced Management Accounting : Ravi M. Kishore
2. Cost Accounting : Jawaharlal 3.
Cost Accounting - A - Managerial Emphsis : Charles
4. Cost Accounting
Theory and Practice : Basu and Das
5. Accounting for Management Tax & Cases : S. K. Bhattacharya and John Dreaden 6.
Management Accounting : N.K. Kulshreshtha
Concepts and Cases
7. Theory and Problems of Management
and Cost Accounting
8. Advanced Accountancy Vol. - II
9. Management Accounting and
Financial Management
10. Cost and Management Accounting
Methods Technique and Applications
11. Cost Accountancy
12. Management Accounting
: M. Y. Khan and P.K. Jain
: S.N.Maheshwari
: S.N.Maheshwari
: V.K.Saxena and C.D.Vashist
: Deakin and Maher
: I. M. Pandey

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girish thakor 12:30 PM April 7th, 2014
Originally Posted by Rinkal Lalwani:
What is the current syllabus for M.Com????
good for choice other student help
suhelpathan 10:27 PM August 30th, 2014
I am working person with State Bank of India last 8 yrs. and I was completed MBA-finance on regular in 2006 from north gujarat university.
now I want fruther study in M.Com (external) from Gujarat University so pls give me guidance for the same. and syllabus too.
thank you
Unregistered 12:04 PM February 21st, 2015
please tell me the syllabus of M.Com sem 4
strategic financial management
neha G patel 10:06 AM August 3rd, 2015
i want ot know the sem 1 syllabus of gujrat university accordind to new syllabus 2015 if syllabus is changed
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