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Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.)

BMS COURSE OUTCOME

  • The University of Mumbai launched the Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS programme from the academic year of 1999-2000.
  • Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS is a full-time course of three year duration.
  • This full time three year degree programme has been introduced in several institutes of the country. This degree programme comprises six semesters.
  • The Bachelor of Management Studies was introduced with the aim of producing trained management professionals in today`s competitive market.
  • The course curriculum has been practically designed in order to meet the increasing demand for more number of professionally certified management executives in the global market.
  • This degree programme is handled by experienced full-time as well as visiting faculty pulled from various service and industrial sectors.
  • The course structure of Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS includes an exhaustive training with the help of latest technological devices, industrial visits, and practical experience and summer placements wherever possible.
  • Academic year 2015-16 Mumbai University have introduced specialization in Finance, Marketing and Human Resource from Second Year.

SUBJECT’S WISE COURSE OUTCOME

FYBMS SEM I

Business Communication- I

  • To understand various aspects of communication.
  • To introduce students to the process of communication, the network of channels, the barriers that obstruct communication and the methods of communication.
  • To highlight the importance of technology in business communication and correspondence
  • To hone the writing and speaking skills.

Introduction to Financial Accounts

  • Introduction to Financial Accounts subject is introduced in FYBMS to make BMS students understand and apply the theoretical aspects of accounting methods used for collecting, recording and reporting financial information.
  • The subject helps to analyse and interpret the financial environment in which accounting information is used in managing a business.
  • The subject aims to apply accounting and financial management decision-making techniques to practical situations that is likely to be encouraged by a manager.

Business Law

  • The paper will help the students to understand the rules and regulations framed for business.
  • The course will help the students to know the provisions framed for contract, sale of goods, negotiable instruments, consumer protection, company law and IPR.

Business Statistics

This course is designed to foster the development of foundational statistical skills that are necessary for day-to-day business analysis. The objective of this course is to provide an understanding for the graduate business student on statistical concepts to include measurement of location and dispersion, probability, probability distribution, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression, correlation analysis and multiple regression.

  • Provide a basic knowledge of the application of mathematics and statistics to business disciplines
  • Develop the ability to analyze and interpret data to provide meaningful information to assist in making management decisions
  • Develop an ability to apply discrete and continuous probability distributions to various business problems
  • How to calculate and apply measure of location and measures of dispersion – grouped and ungrouped data cases Produce appropriate graphical & numerical descriptive statistics for different types of data.

Foundation of Human Skills

  • To understand the growing significance of being aware about human skills at organisational level.
  • It helps students to develop personality, attitude and learning organisational power and politics.
  • Students understand the importance of motivation at work place.
  • Students understand the consequences of stress and methods of coping stress.

Business Economics

  • To understand the basic economics principles and their application
  • A strong foundation in economics helps a business decision maker track and forecast business trends and optimise use of resources.

Foundation Course

  • To make students socially aware of the societal problems and their personality
  • It covered the topics like Overview of Indian Society, Concepts Disparity, The Indian Constitution, Significant Aspects of Political Processes and Growing Social Problems in India.

FYBMS SEM II

Business Communication- II

  • It introduces students to the process of making effective presentations and moves on the various group communications, where individual and team work is equally important.
  • To hone the writing and speaking skills.

Business Environment

  • The learner should develop the knowledge and skills required in the field of Business.
  • The learner should understand Microenvironment and Macro environment of Business.
  • The learner should understand the contemporary issues faced by Business and its Social responsibilities.
  • The learner should understand the Relationship between National and International Environment.
  • The learner learns about functions of Business.
  • The learner should understand that how Entrepreneurship and economic development of Enterprises takes place.
  • The learner should understand the rights of consumers and the concept of consumerism.

Principles of Management

  • To enable students to obtain basic knowledge and skills required in the field of management.

Industrial Law

  • The paper will help the students to understand the different rules and regulations framed for industries.
  • This course will help the students to tackle the different legal issues arising in industries.

Principles of Marketing

  • The learner should develop the knowledge and skills required in the field of Marketing.
  • The learner should understand Microenvironment and Macro environment of Business.
  • The learner should practice the process of four 4Ps (product, price, place and promotions)
  • The learner should understand Marketing Terminology and Concepts
  • The learner learns about Business Functions of Marketing.

Foundation Course – II

  • To make students socially aware of the societal problems and their personality
  • It covers topics like Human Rights, Globalisation and Indian society, Ecology, understanding stress and conflicts, Managing stress and conflict in contemporary society.

Business Mathematics

The course involves concepts understanding, problem formulation and solution, graphing and computer application. At the end of the course, students will be able apply their mathematical skills to various problems for the optimal solutions. The course will begin with the review of basic notions of Elementary Financial mathematics (Simple and Compound Interest, Annuity, Present and Future value, Sinking fund, Depreciation of assets, Functions, Permutation and Combination). Topics on Matrix will consist of Matrices, Determinants of a matrix of two or three order, Cramer’s Rule, etc.

The objective of this course is to teach the mathematical concepts and principles of multivariate calculus, vector and matrix algebra, differential equations & their applications in business and economics.

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Analyse real world scenarios to recognize when simple and compound interest, annuities, payroll preparation, pricing and depreciation are appropriate
  • Understand and use equations, formulae and mathematical expressions and relationships in a variety of contexts.
  • Apply the knowledge in mathematics in solving business problems
  • Demonstrate mathematical skills required in mathematically intensive areas in commerce such as Finance and Economics
  • Achieving a generic and specific attribute of critical thinking, modelling and problem solving skills in a variety of contexts.

SYBMS SEM III

Introduction to Cost Accounting (Finance Electives)

  • This course exposes the students to the basic concepts and the tools used in Cost Accounting
  • To enable the students to understand the principles and procedure of cost accounting and to apply them to different practical situations

Equity and Debt Market

  • This paper will enable the students to understand the evolution of various aspects of financial markets which in turn will help them in framing the financial policies, development of financial instruments and processes and evolving the strategies during crisis.

Recruitment & Selection (Human Resource Electives)

  • The objective is to familiarize the students with concepts and principles, procedure of Recruitment and Selection in an organization.
  • To give an in depth insight into various aspects of Human Resource management and make them acquainted with practical aspect of the subject

Motivation & Leadership (Human Resource Electives)

  • To gain knowledge of the leadership strategies for motivating people and changing organizations
  • To study how leaders facilitate group development and problem solving and work through problems and issues as well as transcend differences
  • To acquaint the students about practical approaches to Motivation and Leadership & its application in the Indian context

Information Technology in Business Management-I

  • To learn basic concepts of Information Technology, its support and role in Management, for managers
  • Module II comprises of practical hands on training required for office automation. It is expected to have practical sessions of latest MS-Office software
  • To understand basic concepts of Email, Internet and websites, domains and security therein
  • To recognize security aspects of IT in business, highlighting electronic transactions, advanced security features

Foundation Course –III (Environmental Management)

  • An attempt to inculcate environmental ethics and values in the minds of the students and at the same time acquaint them with relevant methods, techniques and tools that are in use to assess and analyse the environmental issues.

Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management

  • Entrepreneurship is one of the major focus areas of the discipline of Management. This course introduces Entrepreneurship to budding managers.
  • To develop entrepreneurs &to prepare students to take the responsibility of full line of management function of a company with special reference to SME sector

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

  • To acquaint management learners with basic accounting fundamentals.
  • To develop financial analysis skills among learners.
  • The course aims at explaining the core concepts of business finance and its importance in managing a business

Strategic Management

  • The objective of this course is to learn the management policies and strategies at every Level to develop conceptual skills in this area as well as their application in the corporate world.
  • The focus is to critically examine the management of the entire enterprise from the Top Management view points.
  • This course deals with corporate level Policy & Strategy formulation areas. This course aims to developing conceptual skills in this area as well as their application in the corporate world.

SYBMS SEM IV

Auditing (Finance Electives)

  • To enable students get acquaint with the various concepts of auditing.
  • To ensure students understand and practice the various techniques of auditing while managing their finances
  • Strategic Cost Management (Finance Electives)
  • Learners should develop skills of analysis, evaluation and synthesis in cost and management accounting
  • The subject covers the complex modern industrial organizations within which the various facets of decision-making and controlling operations take place.

Human Resource Planning and Information System(Human Resource Electives)

  • To Understand the Concept and Process of HRP
  • To Understand Ways of matching Job Requirements and Human Resource Availability
  • To Explore the concept of Strategic HRP
  • To Understand the applications of HRIS

Training & Development in HRM(Human Resource Electives)

  • This paper is not pure academic oriented but practice based. It has been designed, keeping in view the needs of the organizations. Successful managerial performance depends on the individual’s ability to observe, interpret the issues and modify his approach and behaviour. All organizations need to pay adequate attention to equip their employees. Rapid progress in technology has changed not only in the physical facilities but also in the abstract qualities required of the men who are using them. This paper will attempt to orient the students to tailor themselves to meet the specific needs of the organizations in training and development activities.

Information Technology in Business Management-II

  • To understand managerial decision-making and to develop perceptive ofmajor functional area of MIS
  • To provide conceptual study of Enterprise Resource Planning, Supply Chain
  • Management, Customer Relationship Management, Key issues inimplementation. This module provides understanding about emerging MIStechnologies like ERP, CRM, SCM and trends in enterprise applications.
  • To learn and understand relationship between database management anddata warehouse approaches , the requirements and applications of datawarehouse
  • To learn outsourcing concepts. BPO/KPO industries, their structures , Cloudcomputing

Foundation Course –IV (Ethics & Governance)

  • To understand significance of ethics and ethical practices in businesses which are indispensible for progress of a country
  • To learn the applicability of ethics in functional areas like marketing, finance and human resource management
  • To understand the emerging need and growing importance of good governance and CSR by organisations
  • To study the ethical business practices, CSR and Corporate Governance practiced by various organisations

Business Economics- II

  • To assist students to master the basic concepts of macroeconomics so as to enable them to understand and analyse the economy as a whole
  • To help students to understand occurrences that are observed in the real world or reported by the media.
  • To help understand what the causes of inflation are or what is monetary policy or fiscal policy and how does it work; what is a trade cycle; what is inflation; why should we trade, what is balance of payments and so on.

Business Research Methods

  • The course is designed to inculcate the analytical abilities and research skills among the students.
  • The course intends to give hands on experience and learning in Business Research

Production & Total Quality Management

  • To acquaint learners with the basic management decisions with respect to production and quality management
  • To make the learners understand the designing aspect of production systems
  • To enable the learners apply what they have learnt theoretically.

Strategic Cost Management

  • Learners should develop skills of analysis, evaluation and synthesis in cost and management accounting
  • The subject covers the complex modern industrial organizations within which the various facets of decision-making and controlling operations take place

TYBMS SEM V

Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

  • To acquaint the learners with various concepts of finance
  • To understand the terms which are often confronted while reading newspaper, magazines etc for better correlation with the practical world
  • To understand various models and techniques of security and portfolio analysis

Wealth Management

  • To provide an overview of various aspects related to wealth management
  • To study the relevance and importance of Insurance in wealth management
  • To acquaint the learners with issues related to taxation in wealth management
  • To understand various components of retirement planning

Financial Accounting

  • To acquaint the learners in preparation of final accounts of companies
  • To study provisions relating to underwriting of shares and debentures
  • To study accounting of foreign currency and investment
  • To understand the need of ethical behaviour in accountancy

Risk Management

  • To familiarize the student with the fundamental aspects of risk management and control
  • To give a comprehensive overview of risk governance and assurance with special reference to insurance sector
  • To introduce the basic concepts, functions, process, techniques of risk management

Direct Taxes

  • To understand the provisions of determining residential status of individual
  • To study various heads of income
  • To study deductions from total income
  • To compute taxable income of Individuals

Finance for HR Professionals and Compensation Management

  • To orient HR professionals with financial concepts to enable them to make prudent HR decisions
  • To understand the various compensation plans
  • To study the issues related to compensation management and understand the legal framework of compensation management/li>

Strategic Human Resource Management and HR Policies

  • To understand human resource management from a strategic perspective
  • To link the HRM functions to corporate strategies in order to understand HR as a strategic resource
  • To understand the relationship between strategic human resource management and organizational performance
  • To apply the theories and concepts relevant to strategic human resource management in contemporary organizations
  • To understand the purpose and process of developing Human Resource Policies

Industrial Relations

  • To understand the concept of performance management in organizations
  • To review performance appraisal systems
  • To understand the significance of career planning and practices

Stress Management

  • To understand the nature and causes of stress in organizations
  • To familiarize the learners with the stress prevention mechanism
  • To understand the strategies that help cope with stress
  • To be able to apply stress management principles in order to achieve high levels of performance
  • To enable to learners to adopt effective strategies, plans and techniques to deal with stress

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • To provide students with basic understanding of concepts of logistics and supply chain management
  • To introduce students to the key activities performed by the logistics function
  • To provide an insight in to the nature of supply chain, its functions and supply chain systems
  • To understand global trends in logistics and supply chain management

Corporate Communication & Public Relations

  • To provide the students with basic understanding of the concepts of corporate communication and public relations
  • To introduce the various elements of corporate communication and consider their roles in managing organizations
  • To examine how various elements of corporate communication must be coordinated to communicate effectively
  • To develop critical understanding of the different practices associated with corporate communication

TYBMS SEM VI

Operations Research

  • To help students to understand operations research methodologies
  • To help students to solve various problems practically
  • To make students proficient in case analysis and interpretation
  • To enable the students to understand various techniques used in operation management decisions.
  • Study of operations research enables the students to solve complicated decision making situations in relation to job assignments , projects management ,inventory management ,transportation of goods etc.

International Finance

  • The objective of this course is to familiarize the student with the fundamental aspects of various issues associated with International Finance
  • The course aims to give a comprehensive overview of International Finance as a separate area in International Business
  • To introduce the basic concepts, functions, process, techniques and create an awareness of the role, functions and functioning of International Finance in this Globalised Market

HRM in Global Perspective

  • To introduce the students to the study and practice of IHRM
  • To understand the concepts, theoretical framework and issues of HRM in Global Perspective
  • To get insights of the concepts of Expatriates and Repatriates
  • To find out the impact of cross culture on Human Resource Management
  • To provide information about Global Workforce Management
  • To study International HRM Trends and Challenges

Indian Ethosin Management

  • To understand the concept of Indian Ethos in Management
  • To link the Traditional Management System to Modern Management System
  • To understand the Techniques of Stress Management
  • To understand the Evolution of Learning Systems in India

Project Management

  • The objective of this course is to familiarize the learners with the fundamental aspects of various issues associated with Project Management
  • To give a comprehensive overview of Project Management as a separate areaof Management
  • To introduce the basic concepts, functions, process, techniques and create an awareness of the role, functions and functioning of Project Management

Financing Rural Development

  • To acquaint the learners with the concept of rural banking
  • To give an overview of micro finance and MSME finance
  • To study the provisions of final accounts of the Banking Companies
  • To understand risk management in rural finance

Indirect Taxes

  • To understand the basics of GST
  • To study the registration and computation of GST
  • To acquaint the students with filing of returns in GST

Organisational Development

  • To understand the concept of Organisational Development and its Relevance in the organisation
  • To Study the Issues and Challenges of OD while undergoing Changes
  • To get an Understanding of Phases of OD Programme
  • To Study the OD Intervention to meet the Challenges faced in the Organisation
  • To get an Insight into Ethical Issues in OD

Workforce Diversity

  • To understand the nature of workforce diversity
  • To familiarize the learners with the strategies to deal with work force diversity
  • To understand the impact of technology in managing workforce diversity
  • To be able to interlink between workforce diversity and HRM function

Bachelor of Accounting & Finance (B.A.F.)

This is an integrated three year degree course divided into six semesters introduced & designed by Mumbai University keeping in view the following objectives: -

Objectives:

  1. To create for the students of Mumbai University an additional avenue of self employmentand also to benefit the industry by providing them with suitable trained persons in the field ofAccounting & Finance.
  2. To provide students with pragmatic knowledge in the field of Accounting & Finance.
  3. To provide adequate basic understanding about Accounting & Finance education.
  4. To prepare student to exploit opportunities ,being newly created in the Accounting & Finance profession./li>
  5. To give an adequate exposure to operational environment in the field of Accounting & Finance.
  6. To include training & practical approach by using modern technologies among the students in the field of Accounting & Finance.

Duration of Course:

  1. The course shall be full time course. The duration of the course shall be six semesters spread over three years.
  2. Intake capacity – 60 students.
  3. Semester I,II,III & IV shall consist of 7 papers each. Semester V& VI will have six papers each.
  4. Total number of lectures per paper per semester shall be maximum 55 of 50 minutes duration each.

FYBAF SEM I

Financial Accounting

  • Knowledge of Accounting Principles and its applicability.
  • Ability to evaluate financial results through examination of relevant data (i.e., income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement and budgets).
  • To strengthen the practical knowledge regarding financial accounting

Commerce – I

  • The learner should develop the knowledge and skills required in the field of Business.
  • The learner should understand Microenvironment and Macro environment of Business.
  • The learner should understand the contemporary issues faced by Business and its Social responsibilities.
  • The learner should understand the Relationship between National and International Environment.
  • The learner learns about functions of Business.
  • The learner should understand that how Entrepreneurship and economic development of Enterprises takes place.
  • The learner should understand the rights of consumers and the concept of consumerism.

Financial Management

  • To acquaint students with the advanced concept of financial management and to develop financial strategies for the organization.
  • To provide practical understanding in computation of cost of capital, time value of money and liquidity management.
  • To strengthen the practical knowledge regarding financing.

Foundation Course – I

  • To make students socially aware of the societal problems and their personality
  • It covers topics like Human Rights, Globalisation and Indian society, Ecology, understanding stress and conflicts, Managing stress and conflict in contemporary society.

Economics – I

  • To understand the basic economics principles and their application
  • A strong foundation in economics helps a business decision maker track and forecast business trends and optimise use of resources.

Business Communication- I

  • To understand various aspects of communication.
  • To introduce students to the process of communication, the network of channels, the barriers that obstruct communication and the methods of communication
  • To highlight the importance of technology in business communication and correspondence
  • To hone the writing and speaking skills.

Cost Accounting - I

  • Explains cost accounting systems
  • Explains the purposes of cost accounting
  • Defines the concepts of cost, expense, loss and revenue
  • Explains the relationships between cost and financial accounting
  • Prepare production cost statement and cost of goods sold statement
  • Explains main manufacturing cost elements
  • Calculates inventory costs according to the inventory valuation techniques and makes journal entries of them
  • Calculates labor costs and records them
  • Calculates factory over head costs and records them

FYBAF SEM II

Auditing

  • To familiarize the students with the principles and procedure of auditing.
  • To enable the students to understand the duties and responsibilities of auditors and to undertake the work of auditing.
  • To aware about a thorough understanding of different types of audit work

Business Law

  • To provide a brief idea about the framework of Indian Business Laws
  • To enable the students to apply the provisions of business laws in business activities.
  • To provide knowledge regarding Indian Contract Act-1872

Industrial Law

  • The paper will help the students to understand the different rules and regulations framed for industries.
  • This course will help the students to tackle the different legal issues arising in industries.

IFS

  • This course will enable the students learn in detail about different aspects of Financial services.
  • Students will be aware about various services which will be used
  • This course being a theory will create practical implications.

Business Mathematics

  • To familiarize the students with different aspects of calculations of Annuity, Interest, Present values.
  • Calculation of Simple and Compound Interest.
  • Understand and use equations, formulae and mathematical expressions and relationships in a variety of contexts.
  • Apply the knowledge in mathematics in solving business problems
  • Demonstrate mathematical skills required in mathematically intensive areas in commerce such as Finance and Economics

Business Communication- II

  • It introduces students to the process of making effective presentations and moves on the various group communications, where individual and team work is equally important.
  • To hone the writing and speaking skills.

Financial Accounting II

  • The paper will help the students to understand the various accounting methods inrespective industry.
  • The course will help the students to gain basic knowledge of respective topics.

SYBAF SEM III

Financial Accounting III

  • Knowledge of sophisticated financial accounting topics such as business combinations, governmental accounting, partnership accounting and other advanced financial accounting topics (e.g., accounting for: leases, deferred income taxes, pensions, investments, long-term liabilities and earnings per share).
  • Knowledge of International Accounting Principles and the impact of global issues.
  • Ability to evaluate financial results through examination of relevant data (i.e., income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement and budgets).
  • Ability to prepare a federal individual tax return.
  • Ability to use current technology (e.g., spreadsheet programs, general ledger software, enterprise resource planning and reporting languages).
  • Knowledge of auditing principles and techniques.
  • Knowledge of CPA exam education requirements, parts of the exam and topics included.
  • Knowledge of the role of the accounting profession in society, experience in community service and participation in the accounting society.
  • Ability to work as a team member recognizing benefits of collaborative behaviors in the accomplishment of group tasks.
  • Ability to understand ethical dilemmas that occur in accounting.
  • Effective communication skills including the ability to conceptualize complex issues into a coherent written statement and the ability to make effective formal and informal oral presentations.

Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) – II

  • To provide a brief idea about the framework of Indian Business Laws.
  • To enable the students to apply the provisions of business laws in business activities.
  • To provide knowledge regarding Indian Contract Act-1872

Cost Accounting

  • To acquaint the students with different methods and techniques of Costing.
  • To enable the students to identify the methods and techniques applicable for different types of industries

Taxation – II Direct Tax – I

  • To make the students familiar with the direct tax law of the country and to give advanced level of knowledge on direct tax laws and computation and assessment.
  • To provide indepth practical knowledge in computation of taxable income and net tax liability of individuals

Foundation Course in Commerce (Financial Market Operations) – III

This paper will enable the students to understand the evolution of various aspects of financial markets which in turn will help them in framing the financial policies, development of financial instruments and processes and evolving the strategies during crisis.

Macro Economics
  • Understand macroeconomic principles, concepts, and theories.
  • Able to integrate theoretical knowledge to evaluate policy measures.

Information Technology in Accountancy - I

The primary aim of this course is to prepare students for successful careers as I.T. professionals to make a positive contribution to society. This aim will enhance the lives of our graduates and serve the needs of our constituents.

Upon graduation, students will be able to:

  • Analyse a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.
  • Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.
  • Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
  • Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
  • Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.
  • Identify and analyse user needs and to take them into account in the selection, creation, integration, evaluation, and administration of computing based systems.
  • Be able to use and apply current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies.
  • Be able to effectively integrate IT based-solutions into the user environment
  • Understand best practices and standards and their application
  • Be able to assist in the creation of an effective project plan.

SYBAF SEM IV

Management Accounting

  • To enable students understand accounting methods and techniques used for decision making.
  • To provide students advanced knowledge in management accounting tools like ratio analysis ,fund flow analysis and cash flow analysis
  • To provide through understanding of price level accounting

Business Law

  • To provide a brief idea about the framework of Indian Business Laws.
  • To enable the students to apply the provisions of business laws in business activities
  • To provide knowledge regarding Sale of Goods Act, 1930 and Negotiable Instrument Act.

Financial Accounting - IV

  • To familiarize the students with the accounting principles and practices of various types of business other than company
  • To strengthen the practical knowledge regarding financial accounting

Research Methodology In Accounting And Finance

  • understand some basic concepts of research and its methodologies
  • identify appropriate research topics
  • select and define appropriate research problem and parameters
  • prepare a project proposal (to undertake a project)
  • organize and conduct research (advanced project) in a more appropriate manner
  • write a research report and thesis
  • write a research proposal (grants)

Taxation - II (Direct Taxes Paper- I)

  • To familiarise the students with Income Tax Act 1961 and to enable the students to know the provisions of Clubbing of Income and set-off.
  • To provide an insight regarding Computation of Income with Tax liability and also to make students aware about DTAA.
  • To provide the students with first hand information with calculations of TDS and interest and penalty.
  • To enable the students to plan and manage income tax.

Foundation Course in Management

  • To enable the students to obtain the basic knowledge and skills required in the field of management.

ITin Accountancy

The primary aim of this course is to prepare students for successful careers as I.T. professionals to make a positive contribution to society. This aim will enhance the lives of our graduates and serve the needs of our constituents.

Upon graduation, students will be able to:

Analyse a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.

  • Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.
  • Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
  • Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
  • Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.
  • Identify and analyse user needs and to take them into account in the selection, creation, integration, evaluation, and administration of computing based systems.
  • Be able to use and apply current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies.
  • Be able to effectively integrate IT based-solutions into the user environment
  • Understand best practices and standards and their application
  • Be able to assist in the creation of an effective project plan.

TYBAF SEM V

Cost Accounting III

  • Makes costs allocations (first and second)
  • Explains cost from the view point of the relationship with cost centers
  • makes cost allocations according to the direct stepdown and mathematical techniques and records them
  • Calculates production cost according to the job cost system
  • Calculates production cost according to the job cost system
  • Explains the principles of job order costing system
  • prepares the documents that are with job cost system
  • Makes the accounting records
  • calculates product costs according to the process costing
  • Explains the flow of costs in process system
  • Explains the steps that will be used in process costing

Financial Accounting – VI

  • To enable the student in Preparation & presentation of corporate final account and for banks in accordance with banking regulations and for insurance companies in accordance with insurance legislation.
  • To Study of accounting standards prescribed by the institute of chartered accountants of India relevant for compilation of above accounts.
  • Study of accounting policies from annual reports of listed companies, banks and insurance companies.

Financial Accounting – V

  • The course will help the students to understand the different Accountings for companies.
  • It will help them to understand the accounting provisions and procedures for Shares Underwriting, Buy Back of shares, AS-14, Internal Reconstruction and how a company is Liquidated.
  • And Also to Study the accounting standards prescribed by the ICAI relevant for compilation of above accounts

Financial Management -II

  • To acquaint students with the advanced concept of financial management and to develop financial strategies for the organization.
  • To provide practical understanding in computation of cost of capital, time value of money and liquidity management.
  • To strengthen the practical knowledge regarding financing, investment, dividend policies.

Taxation – IV (Indirect Taxes – II)

  • To give the students a general understanding of the GST law in the country.
  • To provide an insight into practical aspects of GST and equip them to become tax practitioner.

International Finance

  • To give a detailed idea about macro environment on which financial transactions are carried out.
  • To give a comprehensive knowledge about ways and means of raising of finance by MNCs’.

TYBAF SEM VI

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

  • To acquaint the learners with various concepts of finance
  • To understand the terms which are often confronted while reading newspaper, magazines etc for better correlation with the practical world
  • To understand various models and techniques of security and portfolio analysis

Financial Accounting – VII

  • The course will enable the student in Preparing & presenting final account of Electricity companies and Final account of Co-operative societyin accordance with the different provisions made by states for Co-operative society.
  • Also, the course will help them to understand the tactics of investment through Investment accounting and Accounting for Mutual Funds.
  • It will also help them to know the international finance reporting Standards.

Cost Accounting

  • To learn about the higher application of cost accounting techniques and methods.
  • To know the application of cost control techniques.

Taxation - Paper V (Indirect Taxes – III)

  • To make the students understand in depth knowledge of GST and provisions of payment of tax and refunds.
  • To make the students understand about customs act in detail with computation and calculations of assessable value and custom duty.
  • This course with not only help them elaborate their knowledge about taxation but also help them in applying it in real life.

Financial Management

  • At the end of this course students should be able to describe the dimensions of performance and risk relevant to financial firms. •
  • Calculate contemporary measures of financial measures of performance and risk
  • Describe contemporary managerial risk management oversight processes

This course was introduced by the University of Mumbai in the year 1999-2000 with an aim to create middle cadre management personnel.

It is a three-year degree course, with six semesters. The course involves classroom teachings, projects presentations, industrial visits etc. to prepare students to face real world situations.

The BMS department is managed by three fulltime faculties and visiting faculties drawn from the industry and service sectors. The college has fully equipped computer laboratory and seminar room with audio-video facilities for students.

The department takes keen interest in the overall development of students. Extra lectures are conducted for students who have difficulties in subject/s. The department also arranges lectures by experienced faculties drawn from other colleges.





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