UG Program

Bachelor of Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce

B.Com Program Course Structure

The B.Com (Hons.) Program Subject Subject Subject Subject Subject
Year I Sem I Environmental Studies Financial Accounting Business Law Anyone from Group A of Generic Elective (GE-1) -
Sem II Business Communication (Language- English/Hindi/MIL) Management Accounting Corporate Laws Anyone from Group A of Generic Elective (GE-2) -
Year II Sem III Human Resource Management Fundamentals of Financial Management Management Principles and Applications Anyone from Group B of Generic Elective (GE-3) Anyone from Group A Skill-Enhancement Elective Course (SEC)-1
Sem IV Cost Accounting Business Mathematics Computer Applications in Business Anyone from Group B of Generic Electi ve (GE-4) Anyone from Group B Skill-Enhancement Elective Course (SEC)-2
Summer Internship Program
Year III Sem V Principles of Marketing Income-tax Law and Practice DSE-1 (Any one of Group A) DSE-2 (Any one of Group A) -
Sem VI Auditi ng and Corporate Governance Indirect Tax Law DSE-3 (Any one of Group B) DSE-4 (Any one of Group B) -

The program structure is tentative, subject to change (if required).

Discipline Electives (DSE) Group A
BCD501 Corporate Accounting
BCD502 Corporate Tax Planning
BCD503 Advertising
BCD504 Banking and Insurance
BCD505 Computerized Accounting System
Discipline Electi ves (DSE) Group B
BCD601 Consumer Affairs and Customer Care
BCD602 Business Tax Procedures and Management
BCD603 International Business
BCD604 Industrial Relations and Labor Laws
Generic Elective / Interdisciplinary Course - Group A
BCG101 Micro economics
BCG102 Macro economics
BCG103 Business Statistics
BCG104 Universal Human Values
Generic Elective / Interdisciplinary Course - Group B
BCG201 International Trade: Policies and Strategies
BCG202 Project Appraisal and Analysis
BCG203 Strategic Corporate Finance
Skill Enhancement Electives - Group A
BCS301 E-commerce
BCS302 IT Tools for Business Skill Enhancement Electives - Group
Skill Enhancement Electives - Group B
BCS401 Personality Development and Communicati on Skills
BCS402 Entrepreneurship

What makes us different?

Summer Internship Program (SIP)

SIP is a vehicle for introducing students to real-life situation, which cannot be simulated in the classroom and requires the students to undergo the rigor of professional environment both in form and substance. It exposes them to technical skills and helps them to acquire social skills by drawing them onto contact with real professionals.

Case-Methodology

Case teaching methodology occupies a prominent role at IBS teaching. The Case Method assists students in identifying typical problems in specific functional areas of management. Thus the Program offered at IBS is highly rigorous, completely transforming the student to be ready to meet the challenges of today’s corporate world

Industry Initiatives

IBS consciously encourages industry interaction with a wide cross section of professionals in the industry. Summer Projects, industry interaction programs, guest lectures, seminars etc., organized in association with the industry offer students an opportunity to exhibit their skills and abilities to leading recruiters.