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PROGRAMME OUTCOME

 

The Bachelor of Commerce requires three years of full-time study consisting of six semesters. Apart from the specific subjects, the skill enhancement courses (SEC). discipline specific course (DSC), modern Indian languages (MIL) and ability enhancement compulsory courses (AECC) are included in the curriculum of the Mysore University. The BCOM program aims to meet the needs of the youths aspiring to build a career in the most Indian vibrant corporate sector, Government Institutions and social organizations. The course also meets the needs of the young and enterprising Indian youths nurturing entrepreneurial dream as India is the land of start-ups. The course intends to groom the entrepreneurial skills of the youth as this offer wider and unlimited employment opportunities to them.

 

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: - To acquaint students with the management skills which enable them excel in their professional and personal life.

 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING: - To provide students the opportunity to learn the fundamental accounting concepts, techniques and skills. To use different accounting method in different business situations and use computer as an accounting tool.

 

MANAGEMENT OF BANKING AND INSURANCE SERVICES: - To make students understand the concepts of banking and gain insight into insurance as a risk management tool.

 

COST ACCOUNTING: - Students will gain an understanding of the cost accounting concepts and techniques and their varied application in industry and services.

 

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING: - To enable students learn the basics of marketing concepts and skills which shall help them apply nuances of marketing techniques since marketing opens up a lot of business opportunities.

 

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING: - To provide students an understanding of various accounting techniques applied in various vital financial events in corporate business. To understand the various higher accounting methods applied insurance undertakings. Accounting techniques applied in valuing Human Resources and effect of inflation on financial affairs.

 

INCOME TAX: - To make students gain knowledge of Income tax Act 1961 including relevant current finance act, Heads of income and applicable provisions to compute taxable incomes under different heads. To gain in depth understanding of IT provisions relating to assessment taxability of incomes of different assesses.

 

DISASTER MANAGEMENT: - To familiarize students with the disaster management skills to enable them deal with manmade and natural disasters striking mankind.

 

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES: - To make students acquire mathematical skills to be applied in analysis and interpretation of business data to facilitate decision making. Helps to solve competitive exams.

 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT: - To help students acquire entrepreneurship skills this shall give wings to the creative ideas of young minds. This will help harness their entrepreneurial potential to facilitate India achieve economic superpower.

 

PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF AUDITING: - To provide students with knowledge of auditing principles and practices being applied to render the financial records and reports more credible.

BUSINESS LAWS: - To enable students gain an understanding of legal and regulatory work which regulate the functioning of business establishments.

 

COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING SYSTEM: - To impart students with the knowledge of use of computers and related software’s in order to enhance their job skills in the backdrop of increased computerization of accounting.

 

COMPANY LAW AND SECRETARIAL PRACTICE: - To impart students with knowledge of companies Act 2013 and role of company secretary in corporate affairs.

 

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: - To enable students understand the basic concepts and tools of finance applied in the corporate financial affairs. To acquire working capital management skills, and advanced concepts and techniques in corporate financial affairs.

 

ADVANCED COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING: - To make students understand the various costing techniques applied in different industries to ascertain the cost of products and services.

 

BA

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOME

 

The Bachelor of Arts requires three years of full-time study consisting of six semesters. The college offers History, Sociology, Economics, Political Science, Kannada Optional. Apart from the specific subjects, the skill enhancement courses (SEC). discipline specific course (DSC), modern Indian languages (MIL) and ability enhancement compulsory courses (AECC) are included in the curriculum of the Mysore University. Arts degrees are focused on increasing a student’s knowledge and critical thinking in accordance to the syllabus and curriculum prescribed by Mysore University. These courses aim to prepare students with sound knowledge and skills to connect across geographical, social and cultural boundaries and life long learning habits.

       The Arts program will create interest in the subjects like literature, Economics, Social Studies etc. There are many subjects in the program. It builds creativity among the students. The program provides the scope to study various courses which increases the knowledge of the students. Public administration, consultancy, NGOs, law, training, and counseling are areas where students can build their career. Institute is taking the necessary steps to see that students will be moving these areas where they have their skills and also build confidence among them by preparing the students to appear in the competitive examinations. Institution helps them by conducting classes where they face the exams confidently and successfully. There are many courses in the Program. they are majorly History, Economics, literature, sociology, Political Science etc which gives vast knowledge on above said subjects. The program develops social awareness, general awareness, and self-confidence, Political awareness and Financial Independence   among the students. The program is useful in creating awareness about environment, gender issues, democracy etc.

 

KANNADA

 

History of Kannada Literature and Modern Kannada Poem, Drama.

Students of  Kannada Optional  will acquire knowledge about the Language, culture, religion and history of Kannada Literature. They learn about Two Major Modern Poets  and  Various Poems of that Poets.  And Knowledge about Drama  Them, techniques etc.

 

Medieval  Period Kannada Kavya and vyakarana 

Students learn about  Medieval Period Kannada Kavya Specialty. And Basic Knowledge about Kannada Grammar

 

 

Halegannada Gadya

Students learn how  to Read Old Kannada and how to Understand the meaning 

And that Period Culture, Politics, Society etc.

 

Bharathiya Kavya Mimamse

Students knowledge about the  Creativity and Skill of Indian Literature .

 

History of Kannada Language

Students of  Kannada Optional  will acquire knowledge about the History of Kannada  Language.

 

Champu Kavya

Students learn how  to Read Old Kannada Poems  and how to Understand the meaning  And that Period Social Challenges.

 

Sahitya vimarsheya Thatvaglu

Students Knowledge about  Skill of Criticism.

 

Chandassu

Students Learnt about Kannada  Poems Styles and Technics.

 

Detail and Non Detail text For First Year BA and B.Com

This Papers Encourage to Think Independently, Find Practical Solutions to Social Challenges and attend Competitive Exams Like IAS, IRS, IFS,KAS,PSI, FDA,SDA,etc

 

Detail and Non Detail text For First Second year  BA and B.Com

This  Papers Encourage to Think Independently, Find Practical Solutions to Social Challenges and attend Competitive Exams Like IAS, IRS, IFS,KAS,PSI, FDA,SDA,etc

HISTORY

 

History of India upto-1206AD

Students of history will acquire knowledge about the society, culture, religion and political history of ancient India. They will learn about the origin of the first Indian Empires, trade and urbanization of ancient Harappan Civilization and about Vedic Civilization.

 

 

History of India 1206 to 1761 AD

Students learn about the foundation, expansion and consolidation of the Sultanate of Delhi and Mughal Empire in India. Changing scenarios of the urban and rural societies, revenue systems, and market regulations, growth of urban centers, art and architectures.

 

 

History of Modern India 1757 to 1858

Students learn about how British East India company established their rule in India, their administrative and educational reforms. Land revenue system under company’s rule. The renaissance and socio-religious reform movement, and first war of Indian Independence.

 

 

 

Indian National Movement 1885 to 1947

Students acquire knowledge about the real historiography of Indian Nationalism, Birth of INC, the Moderates and the Extremists, Partition of Bengal. They learn about how Gandhi’s power rise in Indian politics and his activities towards freedom movement.

 

 

History and Culture of South India upto 1336 AD

Students will analyses the changes in the political system of different dynasties of South India. They learn about the social, economic and rich culture, art and architecture of South India.

 

 

State and Society of South India 1336 to 1800 AD

Students will recognize the socio, economic, religious and art and architecture under Vijayanagar and Bahamani Empire. They will analyses the changing scenario of society through the activities of Dasa and Sufi movement.

 

 

Colonialism and Nationalism in Asia

Students will aware about the emergence of the communist party of China, they will gather knowledge about Japan, Nationalism in Turkey, oil crisis in Iran, rise of Israel and Palestine problem.

 

 

History of Modern Karnataka 1800 to 1956

Students will get knowledge about the historiography of modern Karnataka, commissioners rule in Mysore, contributions of some of the Dewans  for making Mysore as a Model State in India., unification movement of Karnataka.

 

 

History of Modern Europe 1789 to 1945

Students will learn about the about the French Revolution and its impact on European Countries. Unification of Italy and Germany, they will understand the causes and results of First and Second world war, examine the Nazism and Fascism in Germany and Italy. Establishment of UNO.

 

 

India and the Contemporary World 1950 to 1995

Students will gain knowledge about the post-Independence developments in India, state re-organization, Five Year Plan, NEP, Foreign Policies of India. As well as they will learn origin of the Cold War and changing world political scenarios and India’s relation with different countries of the world.

 

 Economics

 

International Economics

Students will be able to comprehend theory of decision making under conditions of scarcity and uncertainty.

Analyse choice and demand, productions, cost the firm and market structure and market failure.

Develop analytic tools used to understand how the economy functions in aggregate.

International economics concentrators will learn the fundamental precepts of international economics to comprehend how it provides a work in understanding behaviours outcomes in the real behaviours and outcomes in the real world. Students will have firm gaps of economic theory to put into practice; use economic analysis the policy and professional arena. This will be obtained through assignments, case studies, papers and problem sets. Students have the opportunity to deepen these skills by specializing in quantity methods and theory, international finance, development economics and economic policy.  

 

Indian Economic Thought

Comprehend the development of the theory of economics in historical perspective

Comprehend emerging paradigms aberrations with its reasons

Debate similarities and differences among different economic Schools.

Sociology

Introduction to Sociology

Students Learn Importance of Sociology

 

Foundation Sociology

Students Understand the Concepts of Evaluation Progress and Development

 

Study of Indian Society

Study about Traditional Approaches and Tribal Communities in India.  

 

Rural Society and Reconstruction

Study about Significance of Rural Sociology

Understand Urbanization and Urban Influence

 

Population Studies in India

Study about Indian Population from before Independence to till now

 

Contemporary Social Problems

Study about Contemporary Social Problems.

 

Pioneers of Sociology

Study about Thinkers Contribution to Social Construction 

 

Sociology of Gender

Study about Policies and Programmes of women

 

Urban Sociology

Nature of Urban Sociology

Study about Urban Planning and Problems

 

CBCS SYLLANUS S:

https://uni-mysore.ac.in/ug-year-wise-syllabus-2018-19

https://uni-mysore.ac.in/ug-year-wise-syllabus-2019-20

 

 

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