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Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)

Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)

The Bachelors of Commerce (Honours) prepares the students for the Accounting and BFSI profession. The programme structure is curated to develop the requisite knowledge, skills, and attributes in the students to meet the challenges of the accounting, auditing, taxation, legal and BFSI sector domains. The Institute focuses equally on theoretical and practical aspects of the above-mentioned domains. We promote an attitude of life-long learning among the students and prepare them to be good professionals. BCom. (Honours) programme comprises eight semesters (two semesters each year). On successful completion of the eight semesters, a degree of Bachelors in Commerce (Honours) is awarded. The medium of instruction is English.

  • Most updated curriculum
  • Experienced faculty members
  • Guest lecturers from industry and other Universities
  • Specializations offered: I) Accounting and II) Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI)
  • Two compulsory internships
  • Compulsory industrial visits
  • Excellent placement record
  • Continuous mentoring of students
  • Various sports and co-curricular activities for overall personality development of students

The following are the characteristics that a BCom Graduate is expected to possess upon successful completion of the programme.

  1. Domain Knowledge
    The student shall develop capacity to apply extensive knowledge and comprehension of one or more disciplines in order to address the needs of business world.
  2. Communication Skills
    The students will be able to express the knowledge acquired in a meaningful way to address the difficulties faced by business and industry.
  3. Critical Thinking & Problem solving
    • The students will be able to engage in reflective and independent thinking by understanding the concepts in every area of Commerce and Business.
    • The student shall develop capability to discern a business problem and apply classroom learning into practise for problem solving.
  4. Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
    The students will develop capability to explore, analyse, and use data for business decision through use of various ICT tools.
  5. Continuous Learning
    Self-paced and self-directed learning capability intended towards personal improvement, knowledge and skill development on a continuous basis.
  • Duration – 4 years (Eight semesters)
  • Medium of Instruction – English
  • Credits – Total 160 credits
  • Courses – 3 to 4 credits (one credit equals one contact hour per week)

The BFSI specialisation aims to develop requisite knowledge, skills, and attributes in students to meet the challenging needs of the banking, financial services, and insurance sector. The following are the BFSI specialisation subjects offered during the final year of BCom (Hons.) programme:

BFSI Specialisation Group
Indian Financial System
Fundamentals of Investments
Merchant Banking and other Financial Services
Study of International Financial Services Centre
FOREX and Treasury Management