Sanskardham Kelavani Mandal's
Jashbhai Maganbhai Patel College of Commerce
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Courses Taught
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.
 
First Year BMS (from 2011-12 and onwards)
Semester - I Semester - II
1.1 Foundation of Human Skills 2.1 Business Environment
1.2 Introduction to Financial Accounts 2.2 Industrial Law
1.3 Business Law 2.3 Computer Applications in Business
1.4 Business Statistics 2.4 Business Mathematics
1.5 Business Communication 2.5 Managerial Economics - I
1.6 Principles of Management - I 2.6 Introduction to Cost Accounting
1.7 Introduction to Computers 2.7 Environmental Management
 
 
Second Year BMS (from 2012-13 and onwards)
Semester - III Semester - IV
3.1 Management Accounting 4.1 Productivity and Quality Management
3.2 Managerial Economics 4.2 Direct and Indirect Taxation
3.3 Marketing Management 4.3 Export-Import Procedures and
Documentation
3.4 Business Aspects in Banking and Insurance 4.4 Co operatives & Rural Markets
3.5 Production Management and Materials
     Management
4.5 Research Methods in Business
3.6 Strategic Management 4.6 Public Relations Management
 
 
Third Year BMS (upto 2012-13)
Semester - V Semester - VI
5.1 Human Resources Management 6.1 Entrepreneurship and Management of Small & Medium Enterprises
5.2 Service Sector Management 6.2 Operation Research
5.3 Financial Management 6.3 International Finance
5.4 Elements of Logistics and Supply Chain Management 6.4 Indian Management Thoughts and Practices
5.5 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility 6.5 International Marketing
5.6 Special Studies in Marketing(Elective Paper-I) 6.6 Retail Management (Elective Paper - II)
5.7 Project Work - I of 200 marks  
 
The project at Semester V of the B.M.S. Program will carry 3 credit points and will be evaluated for 200 marks. Further the evaluation of the project must be completed not later than 20 days after the conduct of the last examination of Semester V. The university will display the schedule for evaluation of the projects along with the external examiners.

The guidelines for evaluation of the project are as under:

i) Hard copy 100 marks, Presentation 50 marks and Viva - Voce examination 50 marks.

ii) As per the norms, the learner has to obtain minimum 40% of the marks in the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination i.e. 32 out of 80 and 48 out of 120 marks respectively to pass in the Project.

iii) The hard copy will be jointly evaluated by the internal and the external guide for 30 and 70 marks respectively.

iv) The presentation will be evaluated by the internal guide for 50 marks. The viva-voce examination of 50 marks will be conducted by the external guide in presence of the internal guide / coordinator / any senior staff appointed by the Principal of the College / Head of the Institution. However the marks for the viva voce will be allotted by the External Guide Only.

v) The marks obtained by the learner for the project will not be disclosed to the learner before the declaration of the result.

vi) The marks allotted by the internal guide will be treated as Internal Assessment and the evaluation by the external Guide will be treated as Semester End Assessmenti.e. External Assessment.

vii) The marks thus obtained by the learner in the project will be graded in the SEVEN point scale as given below:

Grade Marks Grade Points
O 70 & above 7
A 60 to 69.99 6
B 55 to 59.99 5
C 50 to 54.99 4
D 45 to 49.99 3
E 40 to 44.99 2
F (Fail) 39.99 & below 1


Guidelines for Doing Project
  1. Every learner shall submit individual project.
  2. The topic / problem / theme for the project shall be suggested/ approved by the Course teacher or by the supervising teacher or by the coordinator of the Program.
  3. Every project shall have an internal guide who preferably must be the faculty of the college and an external guide. The external guide shall be approved by the Principal of the College/Head of the Department.
  4. The project report, preferably, shall be neatly typed in Times Roman in 12 points double spaced on A4 size paper. The project report shall not be less than 50 pages.
  5. The project report, preferably, shall be hard bound and the title of the project, name of the learner, class, seat number, the name of the Internal Guide, the name of the college/department, date of submission and the name of the University shall be printed on the upper face of the hard bound copy / file.
  6. A learner shall submit two copies of the project at least one month before the commencement of the Viva Examination. Both the copies shall be certified by the internal guide / supervising teacher, the external guide and the Principal of the College / Head of the Department. One copy of the project shall be retained by the college/department and the other copy shall be returned to the learner after certification but before the commencement of the presentation and viva‚Äźvoce Examination. The learner shall bring his/her copy of the project during the Presentation and Viva-voce Examination.

Structure of The Report
  1. Title of the project on first page with the name, seat number / roll number of the learner, name of the College/Department and the University.
  2. A declaration from the learner that the project work is completed by him/her in person under the supervision of the internal guide and the external guide and that the contents of the project are not copied from any other source such as internet, earlier projects, text books etc.
  3. Certificate from the organization/enterprise/firm where project field work is conducted (for competing the project work).
  4. Certificate from the External Guide.
  5. Acknowledgements.
  6. Contents/Index.
  7. Project report.
  8. Bibliography.

At the beginning of the semester faculty will orient students on project work. The students will collect necessary data and analyse the same. Students must discuss the findings of the project before the report is finalised The students shall present their findings to the faculty wherein the faculty shall provide guidelines for finalizing the project.

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