Admission To B.COM. I (Semester System)
1. The duration of Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) programme shall by of three years (six semesters).
2. Admission to the first semester of B.Com. Degree course shall be open to a person who has passed one of the following examinations conducted by a recognized Board/ Council/ University:
a) +2 examination or B.Com Part-I (old scheme) of Panjab University with three of the following subjects securing at least 45 per cent marks in the aggregate:-
- Commerce (or theory of commerce or foundation course in commerce)
- Accountancy (or book keeping and accountancy)
- Business Organization (or Business Management or Theory and Practice of Management).
- Insurance (or General Insurance or Life Insurance)
- Banking and Trade
- Commercial Geography
- Office Management and Secretarial Practice (or Office Organization and Management)
- Mercantile Law (or any Company Law)
- Typewriting and Stenography/Computers (for typewriting)
b) +2 Examination or B.A. Part-1 (Old Scheme) of Panjab University with at least two of the subjects mentioned in (a) securing at least 50% marks in aggregate;
c) +2 Examination or B.A. Part-1/B.Sc.I/Pre-Engineering/Pre-Medical Examination of the Panjab University under the Old Scheme not covered in (b) securing at least 50% marks.
d) Any other examination recognized by the University as equivalent to (a) or (b) or (c) as given above with requisite percentage of marks given under each clause.
Provided that a candidate seeking admission to the first year of B.Com. should have passed in the subject of English at the +2 examination and in cases where passing in English is not necessary according to the regulations of certain Boards/ Bodies/ Councils/Universities in India, the admission of the candidate shall be provisional and will be confirmed only after he/she has cleared the subject of English as a deficient subject from the parent Board/Council /University in two consecutive chances subsequent to his/her admission. In case a candidate does not clear the relevant subject at any of the two consecutive chances allowed to him subsequent to the date of his admission, his provisional admission to the course shall stand cancelled.
Provided further that:
A candidate who has been placed under compartment in the +2 examination conducted by a Board/ Bodies/ Councils/ University in India shall be eligible to seek admission to the First Sem. of B.Com. Course, Provided he fulfills the following conditions:
- (I He/She should have been placed in compartment in one subject only;
- (ii) He/She should have obtained at least 20% marks in the subject in which he had been placed in compartment; and
- (iii) He/She should have obtained the requisite percentage of marks in the aggregate of the examination as laid down in the relevant regulations.
The admission of the candidate with a compartment as indicated above shall be provisional and will be confirmed only after he has cleared the compartment in two consecutive chances subsequent to his admission. In case the candidate does not clear the compartment at any of the two consecutive chances allowed to him subsequent to the date of his admission, his provisional admission to the course shall stand cancelled.
The candidate securing less than 20% marks in the subject of compartment at the +2 examination be made eligible to join B.Com. Part-I course, if they cleared or secure 20% or more mark in the subject in the Supplementary Examination held in July/August, on or before the last date for admssion with late fee with the permission of the Vice-Chancellor, provided the seat/s is / are available
3. The First Semester examination shall be open to a student who-
(i) has been on the rolls of the college during one semester preceding the first semester examination; and
(ii) has attended not less than 75% of the lectures, for
(iii) Has obtained at least 25% marks in the aggregate of all the papers to be calculated on the basis of the results of house examinations/Class tests.
(iv) The candidate who is admitted in 1st, 3rd and 5th semester will be allowed promoted to 2nd, 4th and 6th Sem. respectively, for this the candidate will have to clear 50% of the total papers till that semester.
Environment, Road Safety Education and Violence against Women and Children and Drug is a compulsory paper, which the students are required to pass with atleast 33% marks either in the First Year (Semester System) or in Second Year/ Third Year of the Course, failing which the Degree will not be issued.
4. The Second, Third, fourth, Fifth and Sixth Semester examinations shall be open to a regular student who-
(a) has been on the rolls of the college during one semester preceding the Second, Third, fourth, Fifth and Sixth semester examination, as the case may be;
(b) has attended not less than 75% of the lectures, for each paper; a deficiency up to 10% may be condoned by the Principal of the college.
(c) has obtained at least 25% marks in the aggregate of all papers to be calculated on the results of house examinations/Class tests.
(d) has passed the First, Second, Third, Fourth or Fifth Semester examination respectively or is covered under Re-appear Regulations of PU Chd.
(e) The candidate who is admitted in first/third/fifth semester will be allowed to be promoted to second/fourth/sixth semester respectively, for this the candidate will have to clear 50% of the total papers till that semester.
Subjects in B.Com
Semester - I
- Punjabi or History And Culture of Punjab
- English and Business Communication
- Interdisciplinary – Psychology for Managers
- Business Economics – I
- Principles of Financial Accounting
- Commercial Laws
- Principles and Practices of Management
Semester - II
- Punjabi or History And Culture of Punjab
- English And Business Communication
- Interdisciplinary – E-commerce
- Business Economics-II
- Corporate Accounting
- Business Laws
- Human Resource Management
- Environment, Road Safety Education and Violence against women & children
Semester - III
- Interdisciplinary – Issues In Indian Commerce
- Cost Accounting
- Company Law
- Business Mathematics And Statistics
- Banking and Insurance
- Indirect Tax Laws
Semester - IV
- Interdisciplinary Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
- Advanced Accounting
- Auditing and Secretarial Practice
- Cost Management
- Marketing Management
- Quantitative Techniques and Methods
Semester - V
- Income Tax Law
- Management Accounting
- Indian Economy
- Production and Operation Management
- Entrepreneurship and Small Business
- Financial Markets and Services
Semester - VI
- Direct Tax Laws
- Financial Management
- Issues in Financial Reporting
- Social and Business Ethics
- Operational Research
- Sectoral Aspects of Indian Economy