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Will you please provide me syllabus for the M com course offered by the Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli ??

Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli is a well known university situated in Tamil Nadu ,..it was established in 1982… below I am giving you syllabus for the M com courses offered by Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli

Syllabus ::
B .com
1st semester ::

Core Course –I (CC) Managerial Economics
Core Course –II (CC) Services Marketing
Core Course –III (CC) Corporate Law
Core Course –IV (CC) Financial Management
Core Course –V (CC) Entrepreneurial Development

II semester:
Core Course –VI (CC) Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions
Core Course –VII (CC) Strategic Management
Core Course –VIII (CC) Computer Application in Business (Theory & Practical)
Core Course –IX (CC) Human Resources Management
Elective Course –I (EC) (A) Securities Analysis and Portfolio Management (or) (B) International Finance

(B) International Finance
III semester ::

Core Course –X (CC) Advanced Corporate Accounting
Core Course –XI (CC) Research Methodology
Core Course –XII (CC) Fundamentals of Information Technology(Theory & Practical)
Elective Course –II (EC) (A)Indirect Taxes (or)(B) Export Marketing
Elective Course –III (EC) (A) Income Tax and Law Practice(or) (B) Organisational Behaviour

IV semester ::
Core Course –XIII (CC) E – Commerce
Core Course –XIV (CC) Management Accounting
Core Course –XV (CC) Project Work Viva voce 20 marks Dissertation 80 marks
Elective Course -IV (EC) (A) Bank Management(or)(B) Insurance Management
Elective Course -V (EC) (A) Retail Management / (B) Industrial Relations

For the complete syllabus I am attaching a PDF file with it so you can get it easily..

contact details :
Bharathidasan University
Mathur, Mandaiyur, Thiruchupalli, Tamil Nadu 620024 ‎
0431 240 7071 ‎



Hi, as you want the syllabus of M.Com of Bharathidasan University so here I am providing you.

M.Com (BM) Syllabus

Capital Market Operations
Objectives: To make the student to understand the capital marketing
operations.
Unit I
Evolution of stock exchanges in India – Regulation of stock exchanges – Need
and importance – Dealing and Dealers in stock exchanges and their operations
Loopholes in the system (including speculation in different forms)
Unit II
The securities contracts (Regulations) Act, 1956 – objectives – Main provisions
– Recognition to stock exchanges – Economic significance of the enactment.
Unit III
The securities exchange board of India (SEBI) objects and organization –
Powers and duties – Role of SEBI in controlling and regulating stock
exchanges.
Unit IV
Multi-cornered regulation of stock exchanges, stock-invests and mutual funds
– Distinguishing features of authorized and unauthorized sectors of capital
market.
Unit V
Govt. control over stock exchanges – Role of Directorates of stock exchanges,
(OTCEI) and National Stock exchange – Need for combined effort –
Achievements.

Books for References:
1. Francis Cherunilam : Government and Business
2. Francis Cherunilam : Business Environment
3. D.Anarchand : Business and Government
4. Vasant Desai : Development Banking issues and options
5. Indian Financial System : P.K. Varsney & Mittal

Core Course XIII B – I.T. For Communication and Public Relations
Unit I
Information Technology (IT) : Nature, Scope, growth – recent trends in
Communication Technologies – MARR, VAST, CB Radio, Immansat – VASL & IT
services – Role of IT in different fields (Education, Health, Business,
Communication) – IT in India.
Unit II
Communication in IT Age – Computer Networks – IT in Business
Communication [Facsimile transmission, Tele fax, Photocopies, Microfilm,
Viewdata, CD’s DVD’s Floppy / zip discs] – Tele conferencing, Video
conferencing. Message Handling Services – Voice mail, E-Commerce – impacts
of IT:- Positive and Negative aspects of IT on Business / organizations.
Unit III
Computers – Generations – Types – Windows 98 – Networks – Applications –
Advantages and disadvantages of computers – Human – Machine
Communication process – Computer Communication language – EDM – MIS –
Data Communication – Channels – Models – Data Transmission.
Unit IV
Internet : Origins and Growth – Principles, tools, services – E-mail – E – news
papers – Information Super Highways – Security issues – Limitations – Indian
media on the internet platform.
Unit V
Managing with Information – Communication and Information Data Vs
Information – Types of Information – System concept and Information Systems.
References :
1. Communication in IT age, Dhiraj Sharma, Himalaya Publishing House
2. Introduction to Mass Communication, Stanley J.Baran.
3. Marketing Communication, Niraj Kumar.
4. Mass Media and Interpersonal Communication for Social Awakening, Balaji
Babu.
5. Reporting for the Media (7th Edn.)
6. Communication, C.S. Rayudu, Himalaya Publishing House.
7. Advertising Basics – a resource guide for beginners, J.V. Vilanilam and A.K.
Varghese.

ELECTIVE COURSE I - INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM
Objectives: To make the students to have the knowledge about Indian Financial
System.
Unit I
Introduction to Indian financial system – Financial System – Significance and
definition – Purpose and organization – Liberalization of financial system.
Unit II
Banking system: Commercial banks – Financial Services – Fiduciary services –
Analysing of assets and liabilities of scheduled commercial Banks – RBI – Instruments
of monetary control – RRBs – objectives – Evaluation of RRBs. - NABARD.
Unit III:
Non-Banking finance companies: Introduction – Definition – Financial Sector Reforms
– Liberalisation measures for NBFCS(1996) – Regulations for NBFCS Accepting public
deposits – size of Non banking companies – Deposits – Capital issues for NBFCS –
Investment norms for NBFCS.
Unit IV:
Investment Banking: Introduction – Investment banks and commercial banks –
merchant Banking: Introduction – Merchant Banking in India – Regulations of
Merchant Banking.
Unit V:
Mutual funds: Introduction – Mutual funds in India – Types of mutual funds – SEBI’s
Directives for mutual funds - Unit Trust of India – Evaluation of performance of
mutual funds -
RBI guidelines.
Books for Reference:
1. Gordon & Natarajan: - Financial Markets & Services, Himalayan Publication
House - 2001
2. Jeff Madura - Financial Markets sgnstus . 5th Ed. South western
college of Publishing 2001
3. Sontounero & Babbel - Financial Markets, Instruments and Institutions. MC
Graw Hill International 1998
4. Vasant Desai - The Indian Financial System.HPH
5. Varshuay.PN & DK Mital – Indian Financial system, Sultan Chand & Sons 2000.
6. Meirkhon - Financial Institutions & Marketings. Tata MC graw Hill
1996.
7. Blide L.M. - Financial Institutions & Marketings 3rd Edition TMH –
1999
8. Nirmala Prasad Chandradass - Banking & Financial system

PAPER – 8 – MANAGEMENT THEORY
Unit I
Management – Meaning, Definitions, Principles and functions of Management –
scope and importance – organization, administration and management – levels
of management – Theories of Management – Schools of Management thought,
MSO.
Unit II
Planning - Meaning, Nature and importance of planning – Advantages and
limitations – kinds – objectives – planning premises – planning, process –
problems of planning.
Unit III
Organisation – Meaning, Nature and significance – Theories or organization –
Types – Authority and responsibility – Delegation – Decentralization –
Departmentation – Groups in organization.
Unit IV
Communication – Essentials of effective communication – Management
Information system in Banks – Direction – Controlled devices – Techniques
employed in Banks – Leadership – Decision making.
Unit V
Human resources development – objectives – Need for HRD in banks – Man
power planning in banks – Role of Banking services Recruitment Board –
Recruitment and selection – Training and placement – Motivation – Morale –
Job analysis. Staff welfare measures adopted in Banks.
Books for Reference:
1. S.L. Goel – Modern Management Techniques
2. M.C. Shukla – Business Organization and Management
3. P.Subba Rao – Principles and Practice of Bank Management
4. L.M. Prasad – Principles and Practice of Management.

Contact details


Bharathidasan University
Ramanathapuram Rd, Tamil Nadu ‎
0431 240 7333

Map location

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