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BCOM Fifth Semester Syllabus – Complete Details

BCOM fifth semester syllabus – details : BCOM fifth semester is one of the third  year state board of commerce education. Fifth semester classes start for JUN TO MAY  So commerce lectures aims to BCOM  fifth semester all syllabuses before start b.com exams should be completing syllabus within six month.

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BCOM Fifth Semester Syllabus

BCOM Fifth Semester Syllabus

BCOM Fifth Semester Syllabus – Complete Details

BCOM fifth  semester syllabus have sis  subjects. In BCOM fifth  semester syllabuses have  four optional subject but student can be select only one subject and five common subjects are their.

BCOM Fifth Semester Syllabus – Complete Details

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Taxation Law

  • Introduction about Income Tax , Agriculture Income, Residential status and incidence of Tax Liability and Exempted incomes.
  • Introduction about Income from Salaries (including retirement benefits) and  Income from House property.

Cost Accounting

  • Introduction about Cost Accounting , Costing, cost accountancy and cost centres and profit centres.
  • Difference and similarities of cost accounting system with financial accounting system.

Accounting for Management

  • Management Accounting, The Controller, The Treasurer, Management Accounting Principles, Management Accounting vs Financial Accounting vs. Cost Accounting, Utility of management Accounting, Limitations of Management Accounting, Tools of Management Accounting.

Financial Market Operations

  • Money Market: Indian Money Markets Composition Composition and Structure,functions and role of stock exchange listing, procedure and legal requirements Public issue pricing and marketing and  Stock exchange .
  • National Stock Exchange and over the Counter exchanges.

Entrepreneurship and Small Scale Business

  • Entrepreneur,Entrepreneurship,Enterprise and Entrepreneurship as a interactive process between the individual and the environment.
  • Entrepreneurial competencies, Entrepreneurial motivation, performance and rewards.

a)  Taxation Law:

  • Introduction about Income Tax , Agriculture Income, Residential status and incidence of Tax Liability and Exempted incomes.
  • Introduction about Income from Salaries (including retirement benefits) and  Income from House property.
  • Profits and Gains from Business or Profession, Depreciation and  Capital Gains.
  • Income from other sources, clubbing of incomes & Aggregation of incomes.
  • Set off and carry forward of Losses and Deductions to be made in computing total income.

b)  Cost Accounting:

  • Introduction about Cost Accounting , Costing, cost accountancy and cost centres and profit centres.
  • Difference and similarities of cost accounting system with financial accounting system.
  • Cost, Material Control and fixation of inventory levels.
  • reorder level, Minimum level, Maximum level and  Danger level.
  • EOQ analysis, Methods of Valuing Material Issues and Wastage of material.
  • Labour Cost Control and  Individual plans and group plans.
  •  Overheads, Apportionment and Absorption of Overheads .
  •  Unit and output costing : meaning and objective.
  • Reconciliation of cost and financial accounts.

c)  Accounting for Management:

  • Management Accounting, The Controller, The Treasurer, Management Accounting Principles, Management Accounting vs Financial Accounting vs. Cost Accounting, Utility of management Accounting, Limitations of Management Accounting, Tools of Management Accounting.
  •  Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements: meaning and types of financial statements, analysis and interpretation of financial statements, Types of financial analysis, steps involved in financial analysis, techniques of financial analysis. Ratio Analysis , profitability ratios, balance sheet ratios and turnover rations, advantages and limitations of ratio analysis.
  • Cash Flow Statement and  Financial planning.
  • Capital Budgeting , appraisal methods and  capital rationing.

d) Financial Market Operations:

  • Money Market: Indian Money Markets Composition Composition and Structure,functions and role of stock exchange listing, procedure and legal requirements Public issue pricing and marketing and  Stock exchange .
  • National Stock Exchange and over the Counter exchanges.
  • Investors Protection, Grievances concerning stock exchange and dealings and their removal, grievance cell in stock exchange SEBI ,Company law Board and Press remedy through courts.
  • Functionaries on stock exchanges,Brokers, Sub brokers, Market makers, Jobbers, Portfolio Consultants, Institutional Investors, Depository.
  • Financial Services, Merchant Banking , Functions and Roles, SEBI guidelines and credit rating.
  •  Role, Policy measures relating to Development Financial Institution in India. Products & Services offered by IFCI, IDBI,IIBI, SIDBI, IDFCL, EXIM, NABARD & ICICI.

e) Entrepreneurship and Small Scale Business:

  • Entrepreneur,Entrepreneurship,Enterprise and Entrepreneurship as a interactive process between the individual and the environment.
  • Entrepreneurial competencies, Entrepreneurial motivation, performance and rewards.
  • Opportunity scouting and idea generation and Entrepreneurial opportunities in contemporary business environment
  • The process of setting up a small business and Preparation of Project Report and Report on Experiential Learning of successful/unsuccessful entrepreneurs.
  • Managerial roles and functions in a small business, Designing and redesigning business processes.
  • Basic awareness of the issues impinging on quality, productivity and environment.
  • Managing business growth. and The pros and cons of alternative growth options.
  •  Issues in small business marketing and The concept and application of product life cycle (ptc), advertising & publicity, sales & distribution management.
  • The idea of consortium marketing, competitive bidding/tender marketing, negotiation with principal customers.
  • The contemporary perspectives on Infrastructure Development, Product and Procurement Reservation, Marketing Assistance, Subsidies and other Fiscal &  seven  Monetary Incentives.
  • National, state level and grass-root level financial and non financial institutions in support of small business development.

f) Optional ( Student can be select any one out of followings these subject)

BCOM Fifth Semester Syllabus – Complete Details

  • Secretarial Practices: Secretary ( Meaning, definitions, functions, duties, responsibilities, powers, appointment, procedure) ,qualifications and disqualifications and  position and removal of secretary.  Promotion of Company and Secretary and  Duties of secretary regarding issue of share certificate, share warrant and share stock, calls–in-arrears, forfeiture and re-issue of shares, transfer and transmission of shares. Company Meeting & Secretary ( Duties of Secretary regarding meetings, requisites of a valid meeting, secretarial duties regarding meetings of shareholders, meetings of Board of directors). Company Secretary and motion and Resolution, voting and proxy.

BCOM Fifth Semester Syllabus – Complete Details

Data collection ( Meaning, Experiments and Surveys, Collection of Primary data, Questionnaires, schedules, collection of secondary data, selection of appropriate methods of data collection). Data preparation process, missing values and outlives. Descriptive statistics and steps involved in calculation of descriptive statistics in MS Excel. Mean, Median, mode, range, Standard deviation, skewness, kurtosis. Sampling and statistical inference ( parameter and statistic, sampling and non-sampling errors, sampling distribution of mean and proportion, degree of freedom, standard error, central limit theorem).  Testing of Hypothesis with the help of MS Excel; hypothesis testing  (meaning, types, type 1 and type 2 errors, level of significance, two tailed and one tailed tests). Procedure for hypothesis testing for mean, proportion and variance, limitations of the test of hypothesis. Chi-square test and analysis of variance.

BCOM Fifth Semester Syllabus – Complete Details

  • Investment Management:Investment,Investment avenues and alternations, concept and Measurement of Investment risk and return,  Speculation, Gambling and Investment activities.  Efficient Market theory or Hypothesis. Technical Analysis, Dow theory, Charting techniques, volume indicators. Fundamental Analysis,Secondary Market ,Stock Exchanges, Online Trading. Trading mechanism in Bombay Stock Exchange. Derivatives, Derivatives in Indian capital market and  Option Contracts.

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BCOM Fifth Semester Syllabus – Complete Details

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