Course Outcome


 Science Faculty

Department of Mathematics

B.Sc. (First Year)

Vector Analysis and Geometry:

  • Vector analysis, a branch of mathematics that deals with quantities that have both magnitude and direction.
  • Some physical and geometric quantities, called scalars, can be fully defined by specifying their magnitude in suitable units of measure.
  • A vector quantity can be represented graphically by a directed line segment, symbolized by an arrow pointing in the direction of the vectors.
  • Vector analysis is a mathematical tool used to explain and predict physical phenomena in the study of mechanics.


  • Calculus is the study of how things change.
  • Calculus provides framework for modelling system in which there is change.
  • The concept of speed of motion is a relation straight from Calculus.
  • Calculus provides a way for us to construct relatively simple quantitative models of change.

B.Sc (Second Year)


  • Dynamics studies motion and its effects on force on a structure.
  • Kinematics deals with observed motions and their effects.
  • Statistics deal with force and their relation in a fixed part or structure.
  • Mechanics is one of the fundamental areas of study in mechanical engineering.

Differential Equations:

  • In mathematics, a differential equation is an equation that relates one or more functions and their derivatives.
  • In applications, the functions generally represent physical quantities.
  • The derivatives represent their rates of change, and the differential equation defines a relationship between the two.
  • Differential equations play a prominent role in many disciplines including engineering, physics, economics, and biology.

 Advance Calculus:

  • Advance Calculus is usually developed by working with very small quantities.
  • These are objects which can be treated like real numbers but which are, in some sense, “infinitely small”.
  • Advance calculus is a collection of techniques for manipulating infinitesimals.
  • Advanced calculus is supposed to be calculus of several variables or calculus of variations.

B.Sc. (Third Year)

Discrete Mathematics:

  • The main objects of study in discrete mathematics are discrete objects, analytic methods from continuous mathematics are often employed as well.
  • Discrete mathematics has involved a number of challenging problems which have focused attention within areas of the field.
  • Theoretical computer science includes areas of discrete mathematics relevant to computing.
  • Discrete mathematics has been characterized as the branch of mathematics dealing with countable sets.



  • Real analysis stems from the concept of the real numbers. Where each numbers on the real number line is understood as partitions with infinite enumerations.
  • Its application can be clearly seen in the computer world, engineering.
  • Complex analysis is a branch of mathematics that studies analytical properties of functions of complex variables.
  • Techniques based on complex variables are very powerful, with a large number of applications to the solution of physical problems.

B.Sc. (First Year) & B.Sc (Third Year)

Algebra &Trigonometry & Abstract Algebra:

  • To provide a first approach to the subject of algebra this is one of the pillars of modern Mathematics.
  • To study of certain structures called groups, rings, fields and some related structures.
  • To use algebraic methods to solve a variety of problems involving exponential, logarithmic, polynomial and rational functions, systems of equation and inequalities, sequences.
  • To use mathematical vocabulary and symbols in order to understand, interpret and represent mathematical information


Discrete mathematics:

  • Able to argue the mathematical logics.
  • Derive the concept of Boolean algebra.
  • Explain the theory and concepts of Set.
  • Explain the theory and logicsof Graph.

Computer fundamental and concepts of software:

  • Able to describe the basics of computer.
  • Explain the concepts of Memory.
  • Understand the theory and concepts of Software.
  • Derive the concept of loaders and compilers.

PC software packages and programming in C:

  • Able to define the concepts of Operating System.
  • Explain the concepts of Excel and Access.
  • Understand the theory and concepts of C language.
  • Able to argue the concept of file maintenance in C.

Data structure:

  • Explain the use of Array.
  • Understand the concepts of Linked Lists.
  • Understand the concepts of Stacks and Queues.
  • Able to argue the complexity of algorithms.


Operating system:

  • Explain the concepts of Operating System.
  • Able to argue the Scheduling algorithms.
  • Explain the concept of Memory.
  • Explain the structure of File-System.

Digital electronics and microprocessor:

  • Derive the various logic gates.
  • Explain the concepts of logic families.
  • Understand the concepts of Boolean Algebra.
  • Able to derive the combination and sequential circuit.

Computer networks and cyber technology:

  • Derive and study the techniques of network.
  • Explain the concepts of data link layer.
  • Understand the concepts of network and transport layer.
  • Explain the concepts of cyber law in India.

Object oriented programming using C++:

  • Explain the features of OOP.
  • Understand the concepts and techniques of conditional statements.
  • Explain the concepts of objects.
  • Understand the concepts of inheritance.

Computer graphics and multimedia:

  • Explain the features of Graphic System.
  • Understand the concepts 2D & 3D Transformations.
  • Understand the Image processing using Photoshop.
  • Understand the Vector processing using CorelDRAW.


Computer organization and architecture:

  • Derive the various Registers and Memory.
  • Explain the concepts of Instructions.
  • Understand the concepts of Uni-processor architecture.
  • Able to derive the Multi-Processor Architecture.

Software engineering:

  • To Evaluate the software process models.
  • To interpret the requirements and design techniques.
  • To Identify the Software Testing Plan.
  • To Evaluate the software project management.

Database design and RDBMS (oracle):

  • To interpret the suitability of data models.
  • To identifying various ER Model and Programming Techniques.
  • To evaluate the Transaction Processing.
  • To evaluate the concepts of oracle.

Web technology:

  • Explain the concepts of websites.
  • Explain the tags of hyper-text language.
  • Understand the concepts of CSS and JavaScript.
  • Understand the concepts of PHP and MySQL.

Numerical analysis:

  • Explain the concepts of algebraic equations.
  • Explain the concepts of simultaneous equations.
  • Understand the concepts of Curve-Fitting.
  • Understand the concepts of Differential Equations.

B.Sc. (C.S.) Part 1

Computer Hardware (Paper 1)

  • Explain the organization of Computers.
  • Explain the concepts of CPU architecture.
  • Understand the concepts of memory and I/O devices.
  • Understand the concepts of programming techniques.

Computer Software (Paper 2)

  • Explain the concepts of languages.
  • Explain the concepts of control statements and functions.
  • Understand the concepts of homogeneous elements.
  • Understand the concepts of file handling.

B.Sc. (C.S.) Part 2

Computer Hardware (Paper 1)

  • Explain the classification and organization of computer.
  • Explain the concepts of central processing unit.
  • Understand the concepts of memory.
  • Understand the concepts of programming techniques.

Computer Software (Paper 2)

  • Explain the concepts of website.
  • Explain the concepts of hypertext language.
  • Understand the features of OOP.
  • Understand the concepts of virtual function and file stream.

B.Sc. (C.S.) Part 3

Computer Hardware (Paper 1)

  • Explain the organization of microprocessor& microcomputer.
  • Explain the concepts of VDU.
  • Understand the concepts of dos/windows.
  • Understand the concepts of disk and files.

Computer Software (Paper 2)

  • Explain the concepts of data models.
  • Explain the concepts of relational data design.
  • Understand the concepts of procedure and oracle.
  • Understand the concepts of GUI programming.

B.Sc. Computer Science (Third Year)

Computer Software and Hardware:

  • Able to Define E-R model.
  • Able to create and manage database.
  • Understand the various Microprocessor architecture.
  • Understand the various hardware interrupts.


B.Sc. (First Year) Ist Paper

Mechanics, Oscillations & Properties of matter

Students will get fundamental knowledge of Laws of motion.

  • On completion of these course student will have knowledge of mechanics & properties of matter for higher studies.
  • Through this course student will get practical knowledge of different type of pendulum will provide clear concept.
  • This course will also give basic understanding of Astrophysics.

B.Sc. (First Year) 2nd Paper

Electricity, Magnetism & Electromagnetic Theory

  • This paper will provide mathematical concepts of vector field.
  • This course provides knowledge of electricity & magnetism.
  • Basic concepts of Maxwell equations for electromagnetic theory.
  • This course will introduce application of electricity & magnetism.
  • Knowledge of gauss law & its application.

B.Sc. (Second Year) (First Paper)

Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory & Statistical Physics

  • This course will provide fundamental knowledge of statistical physics.
  • After completion of this course student will get fundamental knowledge of thermodynamics & statistical physics.
  • Understanding of kinetic theory of gases.
  • Knowledge of different laws of thermodynamics & thermodynamics relationships.

B.Sc. (Second Year) (Second Paper)

Waves, Acoustics & Optics

  • Knowledge of waves in media.
  • This paper will give clear difference between reflection, refraction &diffraction of waves.
  • Through this course student will learn mechanism & application of laser.
  • It gives practical approach of optical instruments and enhances student’s knowledge and interest about it.

B.Sc. (Third Year) (First paper)

Relativity quantum mechanics, atomic & molecular physics and nuclear physics

  • After completion of this course students will have fundamental knowledge for higher studies.
  • On completion of this paper students will able to solve numerical problems based on this paper for competitive exams.
  • Basic understanding of quantum mechanics.
  • Knowledge regarding relativistic concept of physics.
  • Understanding of modern physics through introduction of atomic & molecular theory.
  • Students will learn nuclear structure and its properties.

B.Sc. (Third Year) (Second paper)

Solid state physics solid state devices & electronics

  • This course will give strong base for future study of solid state physics.
  • Through this course students will study transistor and different diodes characteristics.
  • Application of semiconductor devices will enhance the student’s interest towards research.
  • Basic idea of number conversion and digital electronics.

Department of Microbiology

B.Sc (First Year)

Paper -1 General Microbiology & Basic Technique

  • To build up the concept of microorganism & fields of microbiology as well as their role in daily life.
  • Students are made to understand different methods of studying microorganisms like sterilization, isolation & staining techniques.
  • To inculcate the concept of structure, functional organization of viruses & bacteria and their economic importance.
  • To build up the general concept of fungi and disease caused by them in crops.
  • To inculcate the concept of phycology & protozoology.

Paper – 2 Biochemistry & Physiology

  • To inculcate the concept of biomolecules like carbohydrates, proteins and lipids and their structure, classification & properties.
  • To build up the general concept of nucleic acids (DNA& RNA) & their replication.
  • Students are made to understand the concept of enzymology.
  • To build up the concept of microbial metabolism, physiology & transport system.

B.Sc (Second Year)

Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering: (Paper I)

  • Building up their concept of the Fundamental of Molecular Biology.
  • To make students understanding the Protein Synthesis Concept.
  • Introducing them the concept of DNA Damage and DNA Repair.
  • Develop their Basic Concept of the Gene correlating with the Bioinformatics.
  • To lay down the Concept of Genetic Engineering.

Bioinstrumentation and Biostatistics: (Paper II)

  • Students are made to understand the Principle and working of Microscope and Centrifugation.
  • To build up their Concept of working of PH Meter, Chromatography its Principle and Applications.
  • Students are able to understand the law on which Spectrophotometer works and its Applications.
  • To introduce them the Principle of Electrophoresis and X-ray diffraction techniques and their uses in various fields.
  • The students are made to understand the Basic Concept of Biostatistics.

B.Sc. (Third Year)

Paper I-Medical Microbiology and Immunology

  • Students are made to understand various sources of diseases from the surroundings like Air and Water
  • To inculcate the idea of various clinical diseases, their diagnosis and treatment.
  • The concept of immunology laid to make them understand how human body and cells react with the exposure of various pathogens.
  • The idea given to use and analyse various immunological concepts for the diagnosis of various diseases

B.Sc. (Third Year)

Paper II- Environmental, Industrial and Agriculture Microbiology

 Microorganisms are omnipresent and influence human life variously. Students are made to understand the role and importance of microorganisms play in maintaining our environment and ecosystem in steady state, viz., air, water and soil.

  • Having understood the various aspects of microorganisms, students are made to understand about the commercial use of microbes on industrial level to generate products of microbial origin.
  • With the prior knowledge of soil microbiology, students now understand and focus on the soil microbes for the improvement of crop production both qualitatively and quantitatively

Department of BioChemistry

B.Sc. (First Year)

Biomolecules: (Paper I)

  • Students are made to understand the Basic Concept of Various Biomolecules like Carbohydrate, Lipids, Proteins and Aminoacids.
  • Building up their Complete Knowledge on Structure, Function & Classification of Carbohydrate, Lipids, Proteins& Porphyrins.
  • Introducing them the concept of Nucleic Acid i.e DNA & RNA their Structure, Nature and various Experiments performed for the Evidence that DNA is Genetic Material.

Biophysical & Biochemical Techniques: (Paper II)

  • To lay down the concept of Bioenergetics & various Laws of Thermodynamics.
  • To build up their Concept of Working and Principle of Centrifugation, pH Meter & Chromatography.
  • Students are made to understand the law on which Spectrophotometer works & its Applications.
  • Students are made to understand the Principle Working & Applications of Electrophoresis and various Immunological Techniques.

B.Sc (Second Year)

Enzymology:( Paper I)

  • Students are made to understand the complete knowledge of Enzyme its structure, Nature, Classification & Function.
  • To introduce them the various Methods of Isolation & Purification of Enzymes.
  • To develop their Concepts on Enzyme Kinetics.
  • To understand them the Industrial & Clinical Applications of Enzymes.

Intermediary Metabolism 🙁 Paper II)

  • Building up their Concept of Metabolism of various Biomolecules.
  • Students are made to understand the Biosynthesis & Degradation of Carbohydrates & Lipids.
  • To develop their concept on Biosynthesis & Degradation of Amino Acids, Nucleotides & Porphyrins.

B.Sc (Third Year)

Molecular Biology: (Paper I)

  • Building up their concept on Basics of Molecular Biology.
  • Introducing them the Concept of DNA Replication, Transcription & Translation.
  • Students are made to understand the Concept of DNA Damage & Repair.
  • To lay down the concept of Recombinant DNA Technology.

Nutritional, Clinical & Environmental Biochemistry 🙁 Paper II)

  • To develop their concept on Nutritional, Clinical & Environmental Biochemistry.
  • To develop their concept on Composition of Balanced Diet & Recommended Dietary Allowances(RDA).
  • Students are made to understand about the various diseases related to Metabolism & enzymes responsible for this.

Department of Chemistry

B.Sc. (First Year)

Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry:

  • To evaluate the Bohr’s theory and its limitations
  • To emphasise the chemical bonding ionic and covalent bonding.
  • Deviation from ideal gas behaviour
  • To understand dissymetric nature of organic molecules
  • To emphasise the Nucleophilic addition of carbonyl compounds

B.Sc (Second Year)

Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry:

  • To emphasize the characteristics properties of transition metals
  • To understand the lanthonoide contraction
  • Acidic nature of phenol and Name reaction of phenol
  • To evaluate the aromaticity of hetrocyclic compounds
  • To understand the extensive and intensive properties state and path function

B.Sc (Third Year)

Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry:

  • To emphasize crystal field splitting in octahedral , tetrahedral and square planar complexes.
  • To understand the configuration of carbohydrate
  • To emphasis colour and chemical constitution
  • To evaluate the physical interpretations of the wave functions
  • To understand jabloanaski diagram depicting various process occurring in the excited


B.Sc. (First Year)

Lower Plants

  • Paleobotanist
  • Mycologist
  • Phycologist
  • Industrist

B.Sc (Second Year)

Plant Ecology

  • Student Gain Skill And Knowledge Of Plant
  • Environmental Conservation And Genetic Modification Of Plants
  • Conservationist
  • Ecologist

B.Sc (Third Year)

Plant Pathology

  • Farming Consulting
  • Plant Pathologist
  • Nursery Manager
  • Plant Explorer

B.Sc (Second Year)

Plant Taxonomy

  • Taxonomy Help Us Categorize Plants
  • Study Of Taxonomy So We Can More Easily Communicate Biological Information
  • Its Primary Goal Is To Reconstruct The Evolutionary History Of Plant Life
  • It Divides Plants Into Taxonomic Groups

B.Sc (Third Year)


  • Proper Documentation Of Medicinal Plants
  • Preservation Of Herbal Plants
  • It Gives Information About Useful Plants
  • The Traditional Knowledge Of The Local Culture Of People

B.Sc (Third Year)


  • Karyotyping Analysis
  • Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (Fish)
  • Chromosones Microarray Analysis (Cma)
  • Next Generation Sequensing (Ngs)
  • Precision Medicine

B.Sc (Third Year)


  • Statistical Modeling
  • Epidemiological Studies
  • Designing Surveys
  • Clinical Trial Design
  • Statistical Finance

B.Sc (Second Year)

Plant Physiology

  • Plant Physiologist
  • Horticulturalist
  • Plant Scientist
  • Assistant Pathologist
  • Assistant Professor In College/University

B.Sc (Third Year)

Plant Biotechnology

  • Tissue Culcure Techniqe
  • Use Of Pharmaceutical
  • Important Technology For The Production Of Disease Free
  • Preserve Plant Genetics

B.Sc. (Second Year)

Plant Anatomy

  • It May Help Improve Food Security
  • Improve Crop Yields
  • Furniture, Building Material
  • Identify Archaeological Plant Remain

B.Sc. (Second Year)

Plant Embryology

  • Employed At Ivf Clinics And Hospitals
  • Student Work As Embryologists
  • Work In Andrology Laboratory
  • Develop Skills In Embryo Biopsy

Arts Faculty

Department of English

B.A. (First Year)

 Literature in English 1550-1750: Paper-1

  • Renaissance Poetry includes wit, beauty and truth.
  • An era of cultural revival and poetic evolution.
  • Poets used repetition to emphasize their themes.
  • Neo-classical Literature emphasized restraint, self control and common sense.

Literature in English from 1750-1900: Paper-2

  • Romanticism focuses on celebration of nature, the individual and spirituality.
  • Romanticism includes the celebration of isolation and melancholy, interest in the common man.
  • Era of peace, prosperity, political awakening, democratic reforms and educational advancement.
  • Conflict between science and religion.

B.A. (Second Year)

Modern English Literature: Paper 1 and 2

  • It opposes the principle fundamentals of Victorianism.
  • The main theme is the stream of consciousness which is a free flowing inner monologue.
  • A self conscious break with traditional ways of writing.
  • An era of individualism, experimentation, absurdity, symbolism and formalism.

B.A. (Third Year)

 Indian Literature: Paper – 1

  • Acquaintance with most ancient literature
  • Major themes are east-west conflict, multiculturalism, social realism, gender issues and morality and virtue.
  • Deals with religion deeds, love and human values.

  American Literature: Paper-2

  • Main characteristic is plot of decline, indifferent of nature, third person omniscient reaction to romanticism and surrealism.
  • It discusses American history and social issues.
  • It consists of themes of individualism loss of Innocence, survival of the fittest, American dream, and relationship with nature, science and society.

B.A. Economics 1st Year

Micro Economics (Paper 1)

  • Analyse traditional and classical theories of economics and understanding methodology.
  • Understanding allocation of limited resources among alternative uses.
  • Analyze the behaviour of consumers in terms of demand for products and attaining its equilibrium.
  • Understanding Market structure and how it works.
  • Observing various models against the real world.

B.A. Economics

Indian Economy (Paper 2)

  • To understand the situation of economy prior and post independence.
  • Comprehend the economic growth and development.
  • To analyze the demographic trends in India.
  • To analyze the contribution of different sectors in economy and different plans for its improvement.
  • To study various economic and social issues.

B.A. (Economics) 2nd Year

Macro Economics (Paper 1)

  • To understand National income and methods of calculating.
  • To understand different theories of employment.
  • Interpretate consumption, saving and production function.
  • Describe banking and monetary system.

B.A. Economics 2nd Year

Money, Banking and Public finance (Paper 2)

  • To understand Money and its role in economies.
  • Theoretical analysis of real world issues and phenomena.
  • To understand banking system in India.
  • To analyze monetary policy and financial system.

B.A. Economics 3rd Year

Development and Environmental Economics (Paper 1)

  • To understand economic growth and various models for achievement of economic growth.
  • To know the demographic trends and the problems of population in growth.
  • To realise the importance of environmental protection and causes of deterioration.
  • Analyze different hurdles in economic growth and removal.

Department of Sociology

B.A. (First Year)

Introduction of Sociology :

  • History of Sociology its origin and development and to make aware of its utility.
  • Fundamental concept of society.
  • To give information about the land and importance of society
  • To study about social change.

B.A. (First Year)

Contemporary Indian society:

  • To study about the principles of caste system, Ashram system.
  • To study about the structure of Indian society.
  • To study about Tribes, Dalits and the position of women in Indian society etc.
  • To study about the minority, caste system, Dowry and the practice of domestic violence, divorce, etc., and to make them aware of the solutions to the same.
  • To study about the provisions of Act related to unmarried conjugal relationship and information about government schemes in the country.

B.A. (Third Year)

Social Thinker:

  • To make aware about the father of sociology and their thoughts in the present scenario.
  • To study about the present industrial society, so in such a situation, knowing the division    of labour, struggle and its solution.
  • To study about the social change
  • To study about the situation of the so-called aristocracy.

Social Research and Statistics:

  • To understand about the importance of social research
  • To know about the truth.
  • To study about universe in research and selection of sample size
  • To study about the literacy rate, birth-death rate and production rate etc.

Department of Political Science

B.A.(Second Year)

Western Political Thoughts 🙁 Paper I)

  • To study about the meaning and importance of political principles.
  • To study about the relevance of present and development of western thoughts.
  • To express about the developed principles.
  • To study about the degradation of political principles.

Comparative Politics: (Paper II)

  • To study about the theoretical aspects and development of comparative politics.
  • To study about the practical aspect of comparative politics.
  • Comparative study of the governance system of Britain, America, Switzerland and China.
  • To study about the concept of political system.

Department of History

Indian History (1206 to 1716):

  • To study about the history of Mughal period.
  • To study about the establishment of Mughal dynasty .
  • To study about the socio-economic condition during the Mughal administration.
  • To study about the establishment and administration during Medieval period.
  • To study about the third battle of Panipat.

World History (1890 to 1964):

  • To study about the causes and result of war between Russia and Japan.
  • To study about the war between China and Africa.
  • To study about the Second World War.
  • To study about the Cold War.

Commerce Faculty

B.Com. (First Year)

Business Communication:

  • Exchange of information, Increase the Efficiency
  • Achievement of Organisational Goals
  • Motivating the Employees
  • Developing a better image, improves Job Satisfaction

 Business Regularly Framework:

  • To provide exposure to Students about the Business Regulatory frame work of India.
  • To create awareness about select laws concerning business activities
  • To provide basic legal knowledge
  • To provide knowledge about t intellectual property rights

 Business Economics:

  • To familiarize the students with the basic concept of microeconomics.
  • To make student understand the demand and supply analysis in business applications.
  • To familiarise students with the production and cost structure under different stages of production.
  • To understand the pricing and output decisions under various market structure.

Financial Accounting:

  • To Impart basic accounting knowledge as applicable to business.
  • Accounting is used for the maintenance of a systematic record of all financial transactions in books of accounts.
  • Calculation of Profit and Loss: The main objective of accounting is to ascertain the profit earned or loss sustained by a business during an accounting period.
  • Partnership accounting requires a recording of each partners’ share of the profit and capital of the business
  • Branch accounts are dependent on the nature of business and specific need of a particular branch. To know the profit or loss of each branch.

Business Mathematics:

  • To understand the basic concepts of Mathematics.
  • To have a proper understanding of mathematical applications in Economics, Finance, Commerce and Management.

Business Environment:

  • Examine how different factors and trends in the external environment are likely to impact upon a proposed business venture.
  • Conduct a business analysis of the local and national environment.
  • Employ business models and tools to evaluate changes in an organization’s business environment.
  • Present a business environmental analysis and recommendations to reduce the risk of the identified issues.

B.Com. (Second Year)

Cost Accounting:

  • Students will be able to understand the meaning cost, costing and Cost Accounting, Advantages and Disadvantages of Cost accounting.
  • Students will be able to understand attendance and payroll system, Methods of Labour Turnover, remuneration and bonus methods, also be able to calculate labour cost.
  • Students will be able to understand cost unit, cost centre and calculation of various costs. They shall also able to prepare a cost sheet to find out cost and net profit/net loss of a particular product.
  • Students will be able to acquaint with the procedure of store-keeping, documentation of material receipt and issue, how to use a technique for setting stock levels, calculation of Economic Order Quantity, Methods of valuation of inventory and importance of ABC analysis for classification of the various materials.

Business Statistics:

  • To develop the students ability to deal with numerical and quantitative issues in
  • business
  • To enable the use of statistical, graphical and algebraic techniques wherever relevant.
  • To have a proper understanding of Statistical applications in Economics and Management.

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship:

  • To identify the concept of entrepreneurship, its emergence and its need for society.
  • To generate a business idea and diagnose for a new business opportunity.
  • To prepare a business plan.
  • To identify different institutional support available to the entrepreneur.

Principles of Business Management:

  • This Course familiarizes the students with the basics of principles of management
  • The process or functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling
  • The act or process of creating goals and objectives as well as the strategies to meet them
  • The materials presented the students will be able to: Understand the decision making process and understand management information systems.

Company Law:

  • This objective of this course is to provide basic knowledge of the provisions Companies Act. 2013, along with relevant case law.
  • To provide the students with thorough knowledge of corporate laws
  • To explore in detail the major concepts and issues that are essential in today’s business world. To carry business in legal ways. To have a secured business
  • To make the students aware of the legal issues involving businesses and how to deal with them

Corporate accounting:

  • To expose students to accounting issues
  • To expose students to practices such as maintenance of company accounts and handling accounting adjustments
  • Develop a process for or Redemption of preference shares
  • Calibrate the procedure involved in Amalgamation of companies.

B.Com. (Third Year)


  • It includes the basic but important concepts related to Audit which help students to understand the scope of audit.
  • Students will know the process of auditing, pre-commencement consideration of audit.
  • To understand Audit Programme, Audit Evidence, procedure, techniques and Audit working papers.
  • To have practical knowledge regarding the points to be covered while checking the payment as well as receipts of vouchers and the related supporting documents.
  • To understand how an asset or a liability can be verified by applying certain audit techniques.

Indirect Tax:

  • To acquaint the students with certain basic terms of Goods and Services Tax Act.
  • To acquaint the students with various transactions for supply and identify levy of a particular tax.
  • To acquaint the students with provisions related to the term supply, place of supply, time of supply and value of supply.
  • To acquaint the students with application of above provisions to various practical situations.

Income Tax:

  • To acquaint the students with certain basic terms of Income Tax.
  • To acquaint them with residential status and scope of total income.
  • To acquaint them with computational provisions under the heads “Salary Income” ,
  • “Income from House Property” , “Profits and Gains of Business /Profession” , “Capital
  • Gains” , “Income from other Sources” and head wise computation for these heads.
  • To acquaint them with certain deductions from total income and basic computation of total income for individual assesses.

Management Accounting:

  • This course provides the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management.
  • Explain the need for management accounting information. Explain the differences between management accounting and financial accounting.
  • Communicates Up-to-date Information Evaluates policies effectiveness

 Principle of marketing:

  • Collection and Analysis of all information related to the marketing
  • Product planning, product pricing
  • Appropriate distribution management
  • To maximize consumer satisfaction

International Marketing:

  • To understand the nature of global Markets and international marketing
  • To analyse the environmental forces affecting international marketing efforts
  • To learn the benefits of international markets
  • To be globally aware