Delhi University B.Com (H) 2nd 4th 6th SEM Syllabus 2015 :-

The Delhi University is the biggest and most famous university of Delhi State which is known for his education. Every year a large numbers of students are take admission in Delhi University for their higher educations.  From so many courses B.Com (Hons) is also a degree programme.

B.Com- Bachelor of Commerce is a three course for Commerce stream students.

DU B.Com syllabus
DU B.Com syllabus

B.Com (Hons) Syllabus of 2nd/4th/6th semester

B.com 2nd Semester syllabus (Subjects)

  • Business Statistics
  • Fundamental of Computer:
  • Micro Economics
  • Corporate Laws
  • Hindi or MIL (Punjabi/Urdu/Telugu/Tamil/Oriya/Manipuri/
  • Sindhi/Gujarati/Kannada/Assamese/Bengali/Political
  • Science/Philosophy) Or Humanities in lieu of MIL.

B.Com 4th Semester Syllabus (Subjects)

  • Indirect Tax
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Cost Accounting
  • Human Resource Management
  • Indian Economy – Performance and Policies

B.Com 6th Semester Syllabus (Subjects)

International Business

Governance, Ethics & Social Responsibility of Business

(a) Business Communication

(b) Project Work

Option II (Any one of the following)

(a) Entrepreneurship and Small Business

(b) Fundamentals of Investment

(c) Consumer Relation & Customer Care

(d) Business Tax Procedure & Management

(e) Business Data Processing – II

Semester 2nd

Business Statistics

Statistical Data and Descriptive Statistics

Probability, Probability Distributions and Decision Theory

Simple Correlation and Regression Analysis

Index Numbers

Time Series Analysis

Fundamental of computer

Basic Concepts of computer

  • What is a computer?
  • Characteristics of a Computer
  • Advantages of Computers
  • Limitation of Computers

Essential components of Computers

  • Hardware, Firmware, Live-ware
  • Software

Information Systems

Database System

Net works: LAN, WAN, Wireless Network

Introduction to Internet

  • Meaning of Internet
  • Growth of internet
  • Owner of Internet
  • Anatomy of Internet
  • Basic Internet Terminology
  • Net Etiquette
  • World Wide Web
  • Internet Protocols

Micro Economics

Monopoly Market Structure:

  • Kinds of monopoly
  • Monopolist’s decision and equilibrium
  • Shifts in demand curve and the absence of the supply curve.
  • Price discrimination, Peak-load pricing 15

Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly

Market for Factor Inputs

Inter-temporal Analysis and Choice under Uncertainty

General Equilibrium and Market Failure

Corporate Laws

Characteristics of a company

Types of companies

Association not for profit

Formation of company

Documents

Memorandum of Association

Share Capital

Members and shareholder

Shareholders meetings

Dividend Provisions and issue of bonus shares

Management

Directors

Classification of directors

Winding up – concept and modes of winding up

Emerging issues in company law

Depositories Act 1996

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4th Semester Syllabus  

Indirect Tax

Service tax

VAT

Central Excise

Customs laws

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING

  • ACCOUNTING FOR SHARE CAPITAL & DEBENTURES
  • FINAL ACCOUNTS
  • VALUATION OF GOODWILL AND VALUATION OF SHARES
  • AMALGAMATION OF COMPANIES
  • ACCOUNTS OF HOLDING COMPANIES/PARENT COMPANIES
  • BANKING COMPANIES
  • CASH FLOW STATEMENT

COST ACCOUNTING

What is cost Accounting?

Material/inventory control

Accounting and control of purchases

Accounting and Control of labour cost

Overhead:

Classification

Allocation

Apportionment

Absorption of overhead

Methods of Costing

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Relevance and spectrum

HRD

Acquisition of Human Resource

Human Resource Planning

Placement induction

Management development systems

Performance appraisal system

Transfers and promotions

Compensation

Maintenance

Employee health and safety

Emerging Horizons in Human Resource Management

INDIAN ECONOMY – PERFORMANCE AND POLICIES

Basic Issues in Economic Development

Basic Features of the Indian Economy at Independence

Policy Regimes

Growth, Development and Structural Change

Sectoral Trends and Issues

6th Semester

Citing references, and using bibliographical and research tools

Writing a project report

Writing reports on field work/visits to industries, business concerns etc

Summarizing annual report of companies

E-correspondence

Project work

Work Experience Report

Literature Review

Fieldwork Report

Computer Proficiency

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