B.Com (Finance and Taxation)

B.Com (Finance and Taxation)

The opportunities for graduates with commerce have a wide and open perspective both in the national and global perspective. The global community suffers a great shortage of commerce graduates and professionals. This is because of the basic qualification required for chartered accountants, cost accountants, financial analyst or CS, a graduate degree in commerce is essential. The subject information gained through a commerce degree enables the candidates to get through the challenges of present scenario by acquiring professional degrees such as CA, ICMA, CS etc. The graduate programme moulds the students, to sustain themselves before the challenges of the business world. The course also positively helps students to fill the gap between demand and supply. They find easy placements in banks, the insurance field, export and import houses, private and public sector units. Apart from the immense job opportunities, this course provides them with the stepping stone to various fields in higher education.


A Pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the State or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto provided candidates coming from Non-Commerce group should have at least 45% of the aggregate marks.


Semester I

  1. English –I
  2. Additional Language – I ( Malayalam / Hindi )
  3. Methodology and Perspectives of Business Education
  4. Environmental Studies
  5. Management Concepts and Thoughts
  6. Managerial Economics.

Semester II

  1. English – II
  2. Additional Language – II ( Malayalam / Hindi )
  3. Informatics and Cyber Laws
  4. Financial Accounting
  5. Business Regulatory Framework
  6. Business Mathematics

Semester III

  1. English – III
  2. Entrepreneurship Development
  3. Advanced Financial Accounting
  4. Company Administration
  5. Elective – I ( Finance Stream – Financial Management)
  6. E – Business.

Semester IV

  1. English – IV
  2. Indian financial Markets
  3. Banking and Insurance
  4. Corporate Accounting
  5. Elective – II ( Finance Stream – Project Finance )
  6. Business Statistics.

Semester – V

  1. Fundamentals of Income Tax
  2. Cost Accounting
  3. Marketing Management
  4. Open Course – Human Resource Management
  5. Elective – III ( Finance Stream – Financial Services IN India )
  6. Project.

Semester – VI

  1. Auditing
  2. Applied Costing
  3. Management Accounting
  4. Open Course – Strategic Management.
  5. Elective – IV ( Finance Stream – Taxation Laws and Accounts )
  6. Project