JUNIOR COLLEGE (Arts)
(ii) Marathi or Hindi or Sanskrit
(iii) Environmental Studies
(iv) Physical Education
(iv) Political Science
(vi) Sanskrit (if not offered under (ii) above)
(xi) Hindi (if not offered under (ii) above)
JUNIOR COLLEGE (Science)
(ii) Marathi or Hindi or Sanskrit
(iii) Environmental Studies
(iv) Physical Education
Subjects Under General Science Stream
(vi) Mathematics and Statistics
Electronics (200 Marks) (Aided Section)
Only 25 seats are available for this subject out of which 52% are reserved for Backward Classes, as per rules. Only those students of the General Science stream who are admitted on or before the date stipulated by the College and who have applied for the Vocational Subject would be considered for admission to the vocational subject as per rules laid down in the matter. Such selected students will not be required to offer a second language and Biology, while the rest of the students who are not selected would continue to offer the subjects under the General Science Stream.
Unaided Section : (200 marks) Introduced from the academic year 2007-08 on an unaided basis for students admitted under General Science Stream.
Computer Science: 50 seats
Electronics: 25 Seats
The above being non-granted, additional fees of Rs.10, 000/- per student will be charged.
JUNIOR COLLEGE (Commerce) Subjects
(ii) Marathi or Hindi or Sanskrit or (unaided) Information Technology (only 60 seats)
(iii) Environmental Studies
(iv) Physical Education
(vi) Book Keeping and Accountancy,
(vi) Organization of Commerce,
(viii) Mathematics and Statistics Or Secretarial Practice.
Students who are offering IT subject they will have to pay additional fees As per the rule.
The Students are advised to refer to the admission form for the combination of subjects available and select the group of optional subject of their choice.
Students offering Sanskrit will be eligible for a scholarship of Rs.300/- p.a.
THREE - YEARS B. A. DEGREE COURSE
The students seeking admission to the F.Y.B.A., S.Y.B.A., T.Y.B.A., under the Three-year degree course will have to offer the following subjects :
- Foundation Course Paper -1
- Communication Skills in English
- (a) Marathi or (b) Hindi
Select one Subject from each group. No subject can be selected in more than one group.
|Group I||Group II||Group III|
|Economics (XX)||Pol. Science (X)||Anc. English (X)|
|Sociology (X)||Psychology (X)||Sanskrit (X)|
|History (X)||Sociology (X)||Philosophy (X)|
|Psychology (X)||History (X)|
|Anc. Marathi (X)||Anc. Marathi (X)|
(X) Double Major at Third Year (3 papers in each)
(XX) Single Major at Third Year (6 papers)
Any of the above subjects would be taught provided a certain minimum number of students, as fixed by the University, would offer the particular subject.
Foundation Course: Paper II
Applied Component Group
Any one of the following
- Business Communication
- Book Keeping and Accountancy
- Mass Communication
Note : Instruction in any of the above subjects under the Applied Component Group is permitted by the University only if a certain minimum number of students, as fixed by the University, would offer the particular subject
The Same three optional subjects as offered at the F.Y.B.A. level and there will be two papers in each of the optional subjects.
Subject Combination Permitted for T.Y.B.A.
Student can offer any one of the following Groups:
Group I : Economics (6Units)
Group II : 3 Units of Economics and 3 Units of History or English or Philosophy
Group III : 3 Units of Sanskrit & 3 Units of History or Marathi
Group IV : 3 Units of Sociology & 3 Units of Marathi or
Psychology or History or Students of Economics and 3 Units of Philosophy
Note : Instruction in a subject will not be imparted unless a certain minimum number of students offer the subject.
THREE - YEARS B.SC. DEGREE COURSE
The students seeking admission to F.Y.B. Sc, S.Y.B. Sc, T.Y.B. Sc, under the Three - Year degree course will offer the following subjects :
Foundation Course : Paper -1
Any one of the following groups :
- Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics.
- Chemistry, Botany, Zoology.
Foundation Course : Paper - II
Any One of the following groups depending on the subjects offered at the F.Y.B.Sc.:
- Chemistry & Physics.
- Chemistry & Botany.
- Chemistry & Zoology.
- Physics & Mathematics.
Students of T. Y. B.Sc. can offer any one of the following groups (a) (b) (c) or (d) depending on their subjects at S. Y. B.Sc.
(a) Chemistry (4 Papers and 4 Practicals)
(b) Chemistry (2 Papers and 2 Practicals) with any one of the following:
(i) Botany (2 Papers and 2 Practicals)
(ii) Zoology (2 Papers and 2 Practicals)
(c) Physics (4 Papers and 2 Practicals)
(d) Physics (2 Papers and 2 Practicals) with Mathematics (2 Papers and 2 Practicals)
Applied Component Subject:
(a) Drugs and Dyes (2 Papers and 1 Practical) or
(b) Computer Programming (2 Papers and 2 Practicals)
THREE YEARS B. COM. DEGREE COURSE
The students seeking admission to F.Y.B.Com., S.Y.B.Com., T.Y.B.Com., under the Three -Year degree course will offer the following subjects :
(1) Foundation Course: Paper -I
(2) Business Communication
(3) Business Economics - Paper I
(4) Environmental Studies
(5) Mathematical and Statistical Techniques
(6) Accounting and Financial Management - Paper I
(7) Commerce - Paper I
S. Y. B. Com.
(1) Foundation Course: Paper-II
(2) Business Economics • Paper II
(3) Commerce - Paper II
(4) Business Law
(5) Accounting and Financial Management - Paper II
Applied Component Subject: Advertising or Mass Communication
T. Y. B. Com.
(1) Commerce - Paper III
(2) Business Economics - Paper III
(3) Special Group:
Financial Accounting and Auditing - Paper I
Financial Accounting and Auditing * Paper II
Management Accounting - Paper III
Related Applied Component
Students can offer any one of the following groups :
(i) Direct and Indirect Taxes & Export Marketing
(ii) Direct and Indirect Taxes & Computer Systems & applications
(iii) Direct & Indirect Taxes & Banking Law & Practice
The College offers the following post graduate courses.
M.Sc. : Inorganic Chemistry & Organic Chemistry & Physical Chemistry (Total 10 Seats)
M.Com. : Business Management Group
The College has recognised post graduate teachers in Chemistry, Philosophy, Zoology, Physics & Commerce.
SELF FINANCING COURSES BMS
The College introduced Bachelor of Management Studies in the academic year 1999-2000. The details about the course are as follows:
A Candidates for being eligible for admission to the BMS Degree Course should have passed XII Std. examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination or Diploma in any Engineering branches with two years or three years or four years duration after S.S.C., conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra State or equivalent examination and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in the case of reserved category). Every Candidate admitted to the Degree Course in the Constituent / affiliated College/recognized institution conducting the course, shall have to register himself / herself with the University.
The Course shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be six semesters spread over three years.
The course shall consist of 39 modules comprising 38 theory papers and project.
The Scheme of modules shall be as follows :
F. Y. B. M. S. Semester I
1.1 Foundations of Human Skills
1.2 Introduction to Financial Accounts
1.3 Business Law
1.4 Business Statistics
1.5 Business Communication
1.6 Principles of Management
1.7 Introduction to Computers
F. Y. B. M. S. Semester II
2.1 Business Environment
2.2 Industrial Law
2.3 Computer Application in Business
2.4 Managerial Economics -1
2.5 Business Mathematics
2.6 Introduction to Cost Accounting
2.7 Environmental Management
S. Y. B. M. S. Semester III
3.1 Management Accounting
3.2 Managerial Economics - II
3.3 Marketing Management
3.4 Business Aspects in Banking & Insurance
3.5 Production & Materials Management
3.6 Strategic Management
S. Y. B. M. S. Semester IV
4.1 Productivity and Quality Management
4.2 Direct & Indirect Taxes
4.3 Export Import Procedures and Documentation
4.4 Cooperative & Rural Markets
4.5 Research Methods in Business
4.6 Public Relations Management
T.Y.B. M.S. Semester V
5.1 Human Resources Management
5.2 Service Sector Management
5.3 Financial Management
5.4 Elements of Logistics & Supply Chain Management
5.5 Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
5.6 Elective I:
Special Studies in Marketing
Special Studies in Finance
5.7 Project work
6.1 Entrepreneurship & Management of Small and Medium Enterprise
6.2 Operations Research
6.3 Indian Management Thoughts and Practices
6.4 International Marketing
6.5 International Finance
6.6 Elective Paper - II: Retail Management
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Scheme of Examination
The examinations shall be conducted at the end of each Semester. A theory paper shall carry 100 marks. The evaluation of the performance of the students in theory papers shall be on the basis of both internal assessment (40%) and semester end examination (60%), Internal evaluation shall be on the basis of class assignments, group discussions, seminar, attendance etc. The Semester end examination shall be held at the end of each Semester and shall be of 2 hours duration.
The responsibility of evaluation during the first 4 Semesters shall rest with the College wherein the students are admitted for the course. The College shall carry out the internal evaluation for theory papers in Semester V & VI whHe the University shall conduct the Semester end examination for these two Semesters. The internal evaluation marks of students appearing for Semester V & VI shall be sent to the University by the respective College before the commencement of the respective Semester end examination.
The evaluation of Project shall be carried out by the examiners appointed by the University inclusive of Viva-Voce examination. The project reports shall be assessed for 60% of the total marks while Viva-Voce examination shall carry 40% of the marks.
- A candidate shall have to obtain a minimum of 50% marks in each theory paper and project to clear a particular semester.
- A candidate who fails in any particular theory papers shall be allowed to reappear for that theory paper/s. However, his/her internal evaluation marks shall be carried over.
- A candidate who fails in more than two papers at the Semester end examination shall not be allowed to keep terms for the next Semester.
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE COURSE
(B.COM. - A & F)
The College has started the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) course from the academic year 2004-2005. The details are as follows:
A Candidate for being eligible for admission to this Degree Course, should have passed the XII Std. examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate at first attempt. (45% in the case of Reserved category).
Every Candidate admitted to the Course in the constituent /affiliated College/recognized institution conducting the course, shall have to register himself / herself with the University.
Duration & other related information :
(a) The Course shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be six semesters spread over three years.
(b) The maximum number of students per batch shall be 60.
(c) The Course shall consist of 40 subjects.
(d) The total number of lectures per paper (subject) shall be a minimum of 50 and a maximum of 55.
(e) A lecture / period shall be of 50 minutes duration.
First Year: First Semester (Seven Papers)
1.1.1 Financial Accounting Paper -1
1.1.2 Cost Accounting Paper -1
1.1.3 Economics Paper -1
1.1.4 Commerce Paper -1
1.1.5 Information Technology Paper -1
1.1.6 Business Communication Paper -11
1.1.7 Foundation Course Paper -1
First Year: Second Semester (Seven Papers)
1.2.1 Financial Accounting Paper- II
1.2.2 Auditing Paper -1
1.2.3 Financial Management Paper -1
1.2.4 Taxation Paper -1
1.2.5 Business Law Paper -1
1.2.6 Quantitative Methods of Business Paper -1
1.2.7 Business Communication Paper - II
Second Year: Third Semester (Seven Papers)
2.3.1 Financial Accounting Paper - III
2.3.2 Cost Accounting Paper - II
2.3.3 Auditing Paper - II
2.3.4 Economics Paper-II
2.3.5 Business Law Paper - II
2.3.6 Management Paper -1
2.3.7 Foundation Course Paper - II
Second Year: Fourth Semester (Seven Papers)
2.4.1 Financial Accounting Paper - IV
2.4.2 Management Accounting Paper -1
2.4.3 Taxation Paper - II
2.4.4 Commerce Paper - II
2.4.5 Business Law Paper - III
2.4.6 Information Technology Paper - II
2.4.7 Quantitative Methods of Business Paper – II
Third Year : Fifth Semester (Six Papers)
3.5.1 Financial Accounting Paper - V
3.5.2 Cost Accounting Paper - III
3.5.3 Financial Accounting Paper - VI
3.5.4 Management Accounting Paper - II
3.5.5 Taxation Paper - III
3.5.6 Economics Paper-III
Third Year : Sixth Semester (Six Papers)
3.6.1 Financial Accounting Paper - VII
3.6.2 Cost Accounting Paper - IV
3.6.3 Auditing Paper-III
3.6.4 Financial Accounting Paper - VIII
3.6.5 Taxation Paper - IV
3.6.6 Management Paper - II
Scheme of Examination
The evaluation of the performance of the students shall be on the basis on both Internal assessment (40%) and Semester end examination (60%), Internal evaluation shall be on the basis of class test, assignments, Presentations, Class Participation & Conduct etc. The Semester end examination shall be held at the end of each Semester and shall be of 2 hours duration.
The responsibility of evaluation during the first 4 Semesters shall rest with the College wherein the students are admitted for the course. The College shall carry out the Internal assessment for the papers in Semester V & VI, while the University shall conduct the Semester end examination for these two Semesters. The Internal assessment marks of students appearing for Semester V & VI small be sent to the University by the respective College before the commencement of the respective Semester end examination.
Performance Grading - Passing Standards
(a) The performance grading of the students shall be based on the aggregate performance of Internal Assessment and Semester end examination and shall be on a seven-point ranking system as under:
|I||I-I||65 or above||0|
|IV||Fail||39 or below||F|
(b) A candidate who fails in any particular paper/s shall be allowed to reappear for that theory paper/s. However, his/her internal assessment marks shall be carried forward. On passing such a candidate shall quality for Grade "E" only.
(c) A.T.K.T. Rules:
(i) A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester II irrespective of number of heads of failures in Semester I.
(ii) A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester III if he/she passes Semester I & Semester II OR if he/she fails in not more than two theory papers of Semester I & Semester II taken together when the total does not exceed 200.
(iii) A student shall be allowed to keep term for Semester IV irrespective of number of heads of failure in Semester III. However the student has to pass each of Semester I & II to appear for Semester IV.
(iv) A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester V if he/she passes in each of Semester I, II, III and IV OR if he/she passes Semester I & Semester II and fails in not more than two theory papers of Semester III & Semester IV taken together.
(v) A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester VI irrespective of number of heads of failure in the Semester V.
(vi) The result of Semester VI shall be kept in abeyance until the student passes each of Semester I, II, Semester IV and Semester V.
M.Com. Business Management Group Self Financing Regular Course
0.2310 A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Master of Commerce course, shall have passed the examination for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce of this University or equivalent Bachelor ot Commerce (Accounting and Finance) or B.Com. (Banking and Insurance) or B.M.S. degree examination or B.M.M. degree examination or an examination of any other University recognised as equivalent thereto. At the time of admission, these students shall have to submit the following certificates.
a) T.Y.B.com. /B.M.S./ B.M.M. (Sem. VI) Examination Mark Sheet in original and a copy thereof.
b) Attested copy of College Leaving Certificate in support of Date of Birth.
c) The student should fill the P.G. Registration Form in due course (as per notice and get the admission confirmed, failing which the admission is liable to be cancelled.
Student passing examination equivalent of T.Y.B. Com. from outside Maharashtra State and migrating from other Universities and seeking admission to the M.Com. Class (Part land II) will be admitted only on the production of a provisional Eligibility Certificate from the Mumbai University. They should submit the Migration Certificate, Statement of Marks and passing Certificate in original along with a copy within two months from the date of admission, failing which their admission is liable for cancellation.
Student coming from the other constituent colleges of Mumbai University after T.Y.B.Com. will be admitted provisionally on production of No. objection Certificate. Their admission will be confirmed only on receipt of the Transference Certificate from their previous College. For this Purposes they shall submit the T.C. application form LTC fee to the College Office at the time of admission.