Our Vision : “Personality development for Nation building”

Our Mission :

To enable : Young minds to discover and develop their potential in an environment conducive to learning.

To create : Technically competent young individuals with practical skills.

To develop: Socially conscious and morally upright global citizens for a new india.

BBI - BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (BANKING & INSURANCE)

  • Description
  • Syllabus
  • Teachers
  • Activities
  • Minutes of Meeting and Action Taken Report
  • Teacher Achievements
  • Student Achievements
  • Result Analysis
  • Department Magazine

  • 2016-17
  • 2017-18
  • 2018-19

Introduction

B.COM (B & I) is a three year undergraduate degree course. The three years are spre ad over six semesters, i.e., each year has two semesters. The objective of the course is to create trained professionals who are capable of handling financial activities that are related to banking and insurance. The course helps to study the operational aspects of Banking, Insurance and other financial sectors.

Eligibility

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) degree must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (Std. XII) examination conducted by different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category students).

Our Syllabus

  • Syllabus F.Y.B.COM. (BBI) SEM.I & SEM. II
  • Syllabus S.Y.B.COM. (BBI) SEM.III & SEM. IV
  • Syllabus T.Y.B.COM. (BBI) SEM.V & SEM. VI

Our Teachers

  • Prof. Komal Tiwari Professor Qualification - CA-Inter,SET and M.COM
  • Prof. Avneet Kaur Professor Qualification - B.TECH
  • Prof. Niveditha Shetty Professor Qualification - M.COM

Our Events and activity

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