COURSE OUTCOMES:

CO1: Apply managerial accounting and its objectives in a way that demonstrates a clear understanding of ethical responsibilities;                                     

CO2: Analyze cost-volume-profit techniques to determine optimal managerial decisions;   

CO3: Perform cost variance analysis and demonstrate the use of standard costs in flexible

CO4: Identify the guidelines for selecting the most profitable set of products or services

CO5: Prepare a master budget and demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the components;

CO6: Identify relevant cost in decision making

Students’ Code of Conduct

Rule 1

Mobile phones must be kept away from visibility and on Complete Silent mode during lecture sessions, unless otherwise stated by the faculty. Student(s) found violating the rule will be suspended from the on-going session instantly and attendance will be denied.

Rule 2

Students are not allowed in the classroom without calculators for all accounts, income tax, and other numeric subjects (like Business Statistics). Non – adherence or sharing of calculators will lead to suspension from the on-going session and denial of attendance for the subject.

Rule 3

Students must carry the prescribed textbook/study material(for accounts, income tax, English and other numeric subjects like Business Statistics) in the class. Sharing of Textbooks/study material is not allowed and non adherence of the rule will lead to suspension from the on-going session and denial of attendance.

Rule 4

Classroom Discipline:

Noise in Classroom in the presence of teachers :

Such behavior will be strictly dealt with.

-Sleeping in lecture sessions :

Strictly not allowed. Will lead to suspension from the on-going session.

-Late entry in classrooms is not permitted.

Grace time:

First hour – up to 8:35 am

Subsequent lecturesup to 5 minutes of commencement of class

-Eating/chewing(gums) during class sessions is not allowed. Will lead to suspension from the on-going class.

-Offensive language and misconduct in classrooms will not be tolerated in any case. Students will be put through the Discipline Committee. Any such incidents against faculty especially will lead to immediate suspension from classes until meeting with parents.


Course Objective: To make students familiar with various business documents and acquire practical knowledge, which improve over all skill and talent.

 

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Students learn the procedure to obtain the Trade and Labour License Certificates by filling    required Registration and Renewal Forms

CO2: Identify the terms and conditions to be included while preparing the Partnership Deed while setting up new partnership firm

CO3: Students know difference between promissory note, bills of exchange under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 and types of cheques use in different situations

CO4: Students learn filling up of various Banking documents like Account opening form, Deposit form, Withdrawal Slip, DD Form, ATM card application form, Loan application form.

CO5: Students apprehend the essence of documents like MOA, AOA & Prospectus in registration of a company

CO6: Students know the procedure to file complaint under various consumer forums like District Forum, State Commission and National Commission depending upon the value of goods and services

CO7: Students gain the essence of PAN Card and TIN while filing of various Income Tax Returns to individuals and firms

CO8: Students comprehend the various steps involved for an incorporation of company

 


Department of Commerce

Students’ Code of Conduct

Rule 1

Mobile phones must be kept away from visibility and on Complete Silentmode during lecture sessions, unless otherwise stated by the faculty. Student(s) found violating the rule will be suspended from the on-going session instantly and attendance will be denied.

Rule 2

Students are not allowed in the classroom withoutcalculatorsfor all accounts, income tax, and other numeric subjects (like Business Statistics). Non – adherence or sharingof calculators will lead to suspension fromthe on-going session and denial of attendance for the subject.

Rule 3

Students must carry the prescribed textbook/study material(for accounts, income tax, other numeric subjects like Business Statistics) in the class. Sharing of Textbooks/study material is not allowed and non adherence of the rule will lead to suspension from the on-going session and denial of attendance.

Rule 4

Classroom Discipline:

Ø  Noise in Classroom in the presence of teachers :

Such behaviour will be strictly dealt with.

Ø  Sleeping in lecture sessions :

Strictly not allowed. Will lead to suspension from the on-going session.

Ø  Late entry in classrooms is not permitted.

Grace time:

First hour – up to 8:35 am

Subsequent lecturesup to 5 minutes of commencement of class

Ø  Eating during class sessions is not allowed. Will lead to suspension from the on-going class.

Ø  Offensive language and misconduct in classrooms will not be tolerated in any case. Students will be put through the Discipline Committee. Any such incidents against faculty especially will lead to immediate suspension from classes until meeting with parents.


 




CO1: Know about importance of Indirect taxes in India and the journey of GST in India since the year 2004.

CO2: Know about the application of GST in Tally.

CO3: List out the accounts to be maintained as per GST laws and various returns to be filed to get input tax credit.

CO4: Know about application of GST in case of businesses which are service oriented and rates for service businesses and its application mechanism.

CO5: Know about Application of GST in tally ERP 9, recording business transaction in relating to business transaction and other relevant areas which has to be filed by the business entity as per GST law.

CO6: Creating GST invoices etc in Tally ERP 9 (Basic Introduction)

CO7: understand the reasons behind implementation of GST in India and its effect on all the sectors of Economy.

CO8: Practical exposure to GST in businesses.


Course Objective:This course aims to impart the students, the knowledge of corporate management, the corporate governance, duties and liabilities of directors and company secretary and winding up of companies.

Course Outcome:

CO1   Understanding the development in evolution of corporate law in India , emerging regulatory aspects including Companies Act, 2013,
CO2  Understand the legal concept of director, their qualifications, appointment, vacation, removal and Corporate Governance.
CO3  Know about the legal and Procedural aspects as regards to appointment, conditions for appointment.
CO4 Understand how the members of  a company or the directors of a company can exercise their powers and can bind the company
CO5 Know the provisions of Companies Act 2013(Section 271- 365) 
CO6  Learn the Concepts and modes of winding up.        

Students’ Code of Conduct:

Rule 1

Mobile phones must be kept away from visibility and on Complete Silent mode during lecture sessions, unless otherwise stated by the faculty. Student(s) found violating the rule will be suspended from the on-going session instantly and attendance will be denied.

Rule 2

Students are not allowed in the classroom without calculators for all accounts, income tax, and other numeric subjects (like Business Statistics). Non – adherence or sharing of calculators will lead to suspension from the on-going session and denial of attendance for the subject.

Rule 3

Students must carry the prescribed textbook/study material (for accounts, income tax, other numeric subjects like Business Statistics) in the class. Sharing of Textbooks/study material is not allowed and non adherence of the rule will lead to suspension from the on-going session and denial of attendance.

Rule 4

Classroom Discipline:

  •   Noise in Classroom in the presence of teachers :-->Such behaviour will be strictly dealt with.

  • Sleeping in lecture sessions :--->Strictly not allowed. Will lead to suspension from the on-going session.

  • Late entry in classrooms is not permitted.

Grace time:

 First hour – up to 8:35 am

Subsequent lecturesup to 5 minutes of commencement of class

  •  Eating during class sessions is not allowed. Will lead to suspension from the on-going class.
  •  Offensive language and misconduct in classrooms will not be tolerated in any case. Students will be put through the Discipline Committee. Any such incidents against faculty especially will lead to immediate suspension from classes until meeting with parents.



 



CO1: Know about importance of Indirect taxes in India and the journey of GST in India since the year 2004.

CO2: Know about the application of GST in Tally.

CO3: List out the accounts to be maintained as per GST laws and various returns to be filed to get input tax credit.

CO4: Know about application of GST in case of businesses which are service oriented and rates for service businesses and its application mechanism.

CO5: Know about Application of GST in tally ERP 9, recording business transaction in relating to business transaction and other relevant areas which has to be filed by the business entity as per GST law.

CO6: Creating GST invoices etc in Tally ERP 9 (Basic Introduction)

CO7: understand the reasons behind implementation of GST in India and its effect on all the sectors of Economy.

CO8: Practical exposure to GST in businesses.


Course Objectives:


  1. Understand the concept of research and its importance across disciplines.

  2. Develop a temperament to identify research problems in and across Advertising, Sales Promotion & Sales Management. 

  3. Construct a research question and develop a project report on a topic of choice with specific interest to the
    areas of Advertising, Sales Promotion & Sales Management.

Course Outcomes

  By the end of this course, you should be able to :


               CO1  Understand basic statistics and research-related terminologies 

               CO2  Learn to think critically about data

               CO3  Apply standard statistical inference procedures

               CO4  Equipped to conduct primary data surveys with respect to         Advertising, Sales Promotion 

                & Sales Management 

                 CO5  Learn to draw conclusions from such analyses

                 CO6  Develop an intellect for further challenging studies in higher academic environment.



COURSE OUTCOMES:
CO1 Learn the importance of international marketing.
CO2Understanding the scope of the international marketing task to see how the concepts influence international marketers.
CO3Understanding the entry level strategies and different modes to enter the international market.
CO4Understand the major product decisions , product features and quality  and other services.
CO5Learn how  new product development  is done in international market.
CO6Learn about the factors that affects the international price determination  and understand policies and process.
CO7Know the international distribution channels and their roles.
CO8Study the communication across the countries and the issues involved and market ethics.


Department of Commerce

Students’ Code of Conduct

Rule 1

Mobile phones must be kept away from visibility and on Complete Silentmode during lecture sessions, unless otherwise stated by the faculty. Student(s) found violating the rule will be suspended from the on-going session instantly and attendance will be denied.

Rule 2

Students are not allowed in the classroom withoutcalculatorsfor all accounts, income tax, and other numeric subjects (like Business Statistics). Non – adherence or sharingof calculators will lead to suspension fromthe on-going session and denial of attendance for the subject.

Rule 3

Students must carry the prescribed textbook/study material(for accounts, income tax, English and other numeric subjects like Business Statistics) in the class. Sharing of Textbooks/study material is not allowed and non adherence of the rule will lead to suspension from the on-going session and denial of attendance.

Rule 4

Classroom Discipline:

Ø  Noise in Classroom in the presence of teachers :

Such behaviour will be strictly dealt with.

Ø  Sleeping in lecture sessions :

Strictly not allowed. Will lead to suspension from the on-going session.

Ø  Late entry in classrooms is not permitted.

Grace time:

First hour – up to 8:35 am

Subsequent lecturesup to 5 minutes of commencement of class

Ø  Eating/chewing(gums) during class sessions is not allowed. Will lead to suspension from the on-going class.

Ø  Offensive language and misconduct in classrooms will not be tolerated in any case. Students will be put through the Discipline Committee. Any such incidents against faculty especially will lead to immediate suspension from classes until meeting with parents.