Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) – Accounting

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) – Accounting

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The objective of the Commerce program is to develop a pool of young talent with specialised knowledge in the fields of Accounting.

ACADEMIC SYSTEM

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The B.Com programs consist of six semesters spread over three academic years. Each Academic Year consists of two semesters and the duration of each semester is approximately five months.

There are 30 courses including one “project” in these programs spread over six semesters. Each course is of 5(five) credits and of 50 contact hours. Courses offered in the first year (Sem-I and Sem-II) are common to all the students pursuing different functional disciplines.

The honors courses will start from second year onwards.The students will be divided into groups depending on their choice of honors courses. Honours courses are offered in the areas: Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, and Marketing.

COURSE DESIGN

The school offers industry relevant course curriculum which have been designed by a team of experienced academicians and professionals from the industry.

B. Com-Accounting Three-year CBCS Program

COURSE STRUCTURE CATEGORY

SEMESTER - I

English Language and Business Communication
AECC-1
Financial Accounting-I
Core course-1
Principles of Management
Core course-2
Business Mathematics
GE-1
Principles of Marketing
SEC-1

SEMESTER-II

Environmental Science
AECC-2
Business Law
Core-3
Financial Management
Core-4
Business Statistics
GE-2
Introduction to OB & HR
SEC-2

SEMESTER-III

Financial Institutions and Markets
Core course-5
Financial Accounting-II
Core course-6
Cost & Management Accounting-I
Core course-7
Computer Application for Business
SEC-3
Managerial Economics-I
GE-3

SEMESTER - IV

Banking
Core course-8
Direct Tax Law
Core Course-9
E-commerce and Computerized Accounting
Core Course -10
Ethics, Governance and Sustainability
SEC-4
Managerial Economics-II
GE-4

SEMESTER-V

Entrepreneurship Development
Core Course -11
Corporate Accounting
Core course-12
Indirect Tax Laws
SEC-5
DSE-1(Any one from Gr.A)
DSE-1
DSE-2(Any one from Gr.A)
DSE-2

SEMESTER - VI

Corporate Laws
Core Course -13
Auditing and Assurance Services
Core Course -14
International Finance
SEC-6
DSE-3(Any one from Gr.B)
DSE-3
DSE-4(Any one from Gr.B)
DSE-4

Group-A

  • Insurance & Risk Management
  • Accounting Standards and Corporate Financial Reporting
  • Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
  • Marketing Research
  • Group Dynamics & Team Building

Group-B

  • Derivatives
  • Fundamentals of Labour Laws
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Rural Marketing

Note

  • CBCS: Choice based credit system
  • AECC: Ability enhancement compulsory course
  • SEC: Skill enhancement course
  • GE: Generic elective
  • DSE: Discipline specific elective
  • Each AECC and SEC course is of 4 credits. Each Core , GE, and DSE course is of 6 credits
  • Total credits: 164

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE - ACCOUNTING

Semester I

  • Principles of Management
  • Financial Accounting –I
  • Business Mathematics
  • English Language & Business Communications-I
  • Computer Application for Business

Semester II

  • Business Law & Statistics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Introduction to OB & HRM
  • Principles of Marketing
  • English Language & Business Communications-II

Semester III

  • Honours Papers
  • Financial Accounting-II
  • Cost and Management Accounting-I
  • Direct Tax Laws
  • Core Papers
  • Managerial Economics(Macro)
  • Corporate Laws

Semester IV

  • Honours Papers
  • Financial Management
  • Indirect Tax Laws
  • Cost and Management Accounting-II
  • Core Papers
  • E-Commerce & Computerized Accounting
  • Banking

SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROJECTS

Semester V

  • Honours Papers
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Core Papers
  • Insurance and Risk Management
  • Entrepreneurship Development

Semester VI

  • Honours Papers
  • International Finance
  • Accounting Standards and Corporate Financial Reporting
  • Core Papers
  • Auditing and Assurance Services
  • Business Ethics and corporate Governance

PROJECT REPORT AND VIVA

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

As a policy, the Institute encourages students to develop team skills and citizenship qualities in addition to academic accomplishments. Enough scope exists in the campus for extracurricular activities through participation in interest-specific, voluntary student associations and other pursuits such as sports, social service, book clubs, music, debates, quizzes, contests, etc.

HOSTEL FACILITIES

Limited hostel facilities are available. Preference will be given to students coming from outside Bhubaneswar.

Xavier School of Commerce has obtained the Accreditation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) to impart coaching in CA Foundation Level Course in the Xavier University City Campus. The aspiring students of the School can avail this facility for exams to be held in Nov., 2019. Interested students may contact CA (Dr.) VijayaBatth, Assistant Professor, XSOC, for more details email us at vijaya@xub.edu.in