Introduction

Bachelor of Commerce is a 3-year full time degree program. The Bachelor degree is affiliated to University of Mumbai. A number of subjects can be studied under disciplines of Commerce in conjugation like; accountancy, economics, mathematics, business, finance etc. Commerce offers foundation for many professional careers like Finance, Planning, Accountancy, Tax Practitioners, Banking and Broking etc., besides academics, research, and many more. Commerce as a stream of study after Class 12 is best suited for individuals having flair for accounting, finance, commodities, marketing and trading.

Syllabus

First Year
1. Commerce Paper-I(Business Service Sector)
2. Business Communication
3. Foundation Course-I
4. Mathematical and Statistical Techniques
5. Business Economics-Part-I
6. Environmental Studies
7. Accountancy and Financial Management-Paper-I
Second Year
1. Commerce Paper-II Principal of Management and Finance
2. Applied Component-One Paper
a. Advertising
b. Co-operation
3. Foundation Course-Part-II
4. Business Economics-Part-II
5. Accountancy and Financial Management Paper-II
6. Business Law
Third Year
1. Financial Accounting and Auditing: Paper-III
2. Financial Accounting and Auditing: Paper-IV
3. Financial Accounting and Auditing: Paper-V
4. Direct and Indirect Taxes
5. Business Economics Paper-III
6. Commerce Paper-III (MHRM)
7. Export Marketing
8. Computer System and Application
9. Business Management-I Management & Organisation dev.
10. Business Management- II Financial Management
11. Business Management –III Marketi

Eligibility

Admission

  • Admission to the course offered by the rules framed by the University of Mumbai from time to time and will be given at the commencement of the first semester. Candidates seeking admission other than Maharashtra board and colleges affiliated other than University of Mumbai must produce a Transfer Certificate from the board/college last attended.

Scheme of Examination

The Scheme of the Examination shall be divided in two parts: 1. Internal Assessment – 25 Marks The allocation of 25 marks shall be on the following basis:
a) One class tests of 20 marks to be held in the given semester.
b) 5 marks for Class Participation and Attendance.
2. Semester End Examination – 75 Marks
a) Duration – This examination shall be of 2½ hours.

Highlights

Placement

  • 1. Tata Consultancy Services
  • 2. Wipro
  • 3. Google
  • 4. South Indian Bank

Faculty

Contact Person

  • 1. Dr. Minu Madlani (Principal)
  • 2. Ms. Jayshree Shetty (Vice-Principal)

Introduction

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) is a three-year full time degree programme. It is affiliated to University of Mumbai. The course is divided into six semesters. The course helps the students in getting a specialized knowledge in the area of Accounts, Cost Accounting, Financial Management and Taxation. The teaching methods includes lectures, presentations and case studies. There are various guest lectures and seminars conducted in order to give practical experience to the students by the professionals.
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) degree makes the openings for work in the field of Accounts & Finance Consultant, Accounts Assistant with a Chartered Accountant, Accounts Executive, Accounts Officer, Assistant Controller, Business Analyst, Equity Research Analyst, Finance Executive, Finance Officer, Internal Auditor, Personal Financial Adviser, Research Analyst, Tax Assistant, Treasurer.

Syllabus

Semester 1 Semester 2
1• Financial Accounting (Elements of Financial Accounting)-I
2• Cost Accounting (Introduction and Elements of Cost)-I
3• Financial Management (Introduction to Financial Management) - I
4• Business Communication -I
5• Foundation Course -I
6• Commerce (Business Environment) – I
7• Business Economics - I
1• Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) -II
2• Auditing (Introduction and Planning)- I
3• Taxation –I (Indirect Taxes -I)
4• Business Communication –II
5• Foundation Course – II
6• Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) – I
7• Business Mathematics
Semester 3 Semester 4
1• Financial Accounting Paper – III (Special Accounting Areas)
2• Cost Accounting Paper – II (Methods of Costing)
3• Auditing Paper – II (Techniques of Auditing and Audit Procedures)
4• Economics Paper – II (Macro Economics)
5• Business Law Paper - II (Business Regulatory Framework)
6• Management Paper – II (Introduction to Management)
7• Quantitative Method for Business Paper – II
1• Financial Accounting Paper – IV (Special Accounting Areas)
2• Management Accounting Paper – I (Introduction to Management Accounting)
3• Taxation Paper – II (Indirect Taxes)
4• Commerce Paper – II Financial Market Operations)
5• Business Law Paper – III (Company Law)
6• Information Technology Paper – II (Applications in Business)
7• Foundation Course Paper – II (Value Education and Soft Skills)
Semester 5 Semester 6
1• Financial Accounting Paper – V
2• Cost Accounting Paper –III
3• Financial Management Paper – II
4• Taxation Paper – III
5• Auditing Paper – III
6• Management Paper – II (Management Applications)
1• Financial Accounting Paper – VI
2• Cost Accounting Paper –IV
3• Financial Management Paper – III
4• Taxation Paper – IV
5• Financial Accounting paper – VII
6• Economics Paper – III (Indian Economy)

Eligibility

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) Degree course shall have passed XII std. examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category). Every candidate admitted to the degree Course shall have to register himself/herself with the University of Mumbai.

Admission

  • Admission to the course offered by the rules framed by the University of Mumbai from time to time and will be given at the commencement of the first semester.
  • Candidates seeking admission other than Maharashtra board and colleges affiliated other than University of Mumbai must produce a Transfer Certificate from the board/college last attended.

Scheme of Examination

The Examination is divided in two parts: 
1. Internal Assessment – 25 Marks whish is further divided into:
a) One class tests of 20 marks.
b) 5 marks for Class Participation and Attendance.

2. Semester End Examination – 75 Marks

Highlights

  • Guest Lectures in 2016-2017
  • • A guest lecture was arranged for the students of T.Y.B. Com (Accounting & Finance) by Teach for India. Ms. Ashbira Singh, Recruitment Manager, spoke on the theme “Tranformation through Education” and ‘Power of Technology for Mastering Education”. (August 22, 2016)
  • • Ms. Muzna Memon, Vice-President, Deutcshe Bank addressed the T.Y.B. Com (Accounting & Finance) students on ‘Are You Ready for the Next Leap’. She also gave them a comprehensive insight into Value to Live By to be a good employee in corporate and the power of effective communication. (September 03, 2016)
  • • Mr. Kashaf Jaffer, Manager, Treasury Alexion Business Services Pvt. Ltd delivered a guest lecture on ‘Essentials of Corporate Finance’. (October 18, 2016)
  • • CMA Career Guidance lecture was jointly organized by Bachelor of Commerce and B.Com (Accounting & Finance) Department. Mr. Mehendi Sultanali Chandani along with Mr. Vanjari an

Placement

  • ICCI
  • Infosys
  • BDO
  • VITTO

Faculty

  • Ms. Samira Sayed (Co-ordinator)
  • Mr. Hemant Bhatti
  • Ms. Shehnaaz Nazkani

Contact Person

  • Dr. Minu Madlani
  • Ms. Samira Sayed(Course Co-ordinator)

Introduction

Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Insurance) is a 3-year full time degree program. The Bachelor degree is affiliated to University of Mumbai. This degree is of three years partitioned into six semesters. The Banking and Insurance field has turn out to be most prevalent profession pathway for some youths these days. This course is aimed to create trained professionals who are able to handle various financial activities associated with banking and insurance sector. It helps the people to open themselves to operational environment in Banking, Insurance and other related firms in the monetary administration area. Understudies are taught to handle different advancements utilized in the field of Banking, and Insurance by experiencing application-level preparing. Some of the job options for graduates in Banking and Insurance are Budget Analysts, Business Consultants, Certified Public Accountant, Auditors, Actuaries, Budget Planning, Cost Estimators, Entrepreneurs, Business Consultancies, Inve

Syllabus

Semester 1 Semester 2
1. Environment and Management of Financial Services
2. Principles of Management
3. Effective Communication-I
4. Economics Methods-I
5. Introduction to Computer Systems
1. Principles and Practices of Banking & Insurance
2. Financial Accounting
3. Effective Communication-II
4. Economics –II (Macro)
5. Quantitative Methods-II
6. Business Law
Semester 3 Semester 4
1. Laws Governing to Banking & Insurance
2. Financial Management-I
3. Management Accounting
4. Customer Relationship Management in Banking and Insurance.
5. Information Technology in Banking & Insurance
6. Organizational Behaviour
7. Taxation of Financial Services
1. Universal Banking
2. Financial Management –II
3. Innovations in Banking & Insurance
4. Corporate Law & Laws Governing Capital Market
5. Cost Accounting of Banking & Insurance
Semester 5 Semester 6
1. Marketing in Banking & Insurance
2. Financial Services Management
3. International Banking & Finance
4. Financial Reporting & Analysis
5. Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 6. Auditing
7. Special Studies in Banking (Project)
1. Strategic Management (Banking & Insurance)
2. Central Banking
3. International Resources Management in Banking & Insurance
4. Human Resource Management in Banking & Insurance
5. Business Ethics & Corporate Government
6. Turnaround Management
7. Special Studies in Insurance ( Project)

Eligibility

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Insurance) Degree course shall have passed XII std. examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category). Every candidate admitted to the degree Course shall have to register himself/herself with the University of Mumbai.

Admission

  • Admission to the course offered by the rules framed by the University of Mumbai from time to time and will be given at the commencement of the first semester.
  • Candidates seeking admission other than Maharashtra board and colleges affiliated other than University of Mumbai must produce a Transfer Certificate from the board/college last attended.

Scheme of Examination

The Scheme of the Examination shall be divided in two parts: 
1. Internal Assessment – 25 Marks
    	The allocation of 25 marks shall be on the following basis:
              a) One class tests of 20 marks to be held in the given semester.
              b) 5 marks for Class Participation and Attendance.
2. Semester End Examination – 75 Marks
              a) Duration – This examination shall be of 2½ hours.

Highlights

  • Guest lecture on ‘Careers in Banking’ was organized on 10th January 2015.
  • Industrial Visit: Nainital from 16th December 2014 to 24th December 2014

Placement

  • Tata Consultancy Services
  • Wipro
  • Google
  • South Indian Bank

Faculty

  • 1. Ms. Pooja Talreja (Co-ordinator)
  • 2. Mr. Nitin Bharasker

Contact Person

  • Dr. Minu Madlani (Principal)
  • Ms. Pooja Talreja (Course Co-ordinator)

Introduction

Bachelor of Management Studies is one of the oldest and the first course under Un-aided program started by University of Mumbai. It is a 3-year full time degree program partitioned into six semesters. This degree engages the understudies with an extra street of independent work furthermore to advantage the business by furnishing them with suitable prepared personnel in the field of Management .The course has its own charm and is considered as mini MBA, with wide scope of specialisation course gains more importance and gives wider exposure to students by opting in any field of their interest may it be Human Resource Management, Marketing or Finance. The course further have compulsory internship program which make students more employable. Similarly in the third year student have project which gives them insight in research work. The course is designed in such a manner which provides great deal of impetus to their career.
This degree makes the openings for work in the field of M

Syllabus

Semester 1 Semester 2
1.1 Foundation of Human Skill
1.2 Introduction of Financial Accounts
1.3 Business Law
1.4 Business Statistics
1.5 Business Communication
1.6 Principles of Management
1.7 Introduction of Computers
2.1 Business Environment
2.2 Industrial Law
2.3 Computer Applications in Business
2.4 Managerial Economics-I
2.5 Business Mathematics
2.6 Introduction to Cost Accounting
2.7 Environment Management
Semester 3 Semester 4
3.1 Compulsory Courses
   1. Managerial Economics-II
   2. Principles of Marketing
   3. Accounting for Managerial Decisions
   4. Organization Behavior & HRM
Any One elective group to be selected by the learner
Finance Group –Electives
1.	Basics of financial Services 
2.	Corporate Finance
Marketing Group –Electives 
1.	Consumer Behavior
2.	Strategic Management 
Human Resource Group – Electives 
       1.   Recruitment  & Selection
  
4.1 Compulsory Courses
   1.	Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management
   2.	Business Research Methods
   3.	Direct Taxes
   4.	Production &Total Quality Management
Any One Elective Group to be selected by the learner 
Finance  Group – Electives 
1.	 Advance Costing & Auditing
2.	 Equity & Debt Market
Marketing Group – Electives 
1.	Integrated Marketing Communication & Advertising
2.	Rural Marketing
Human Resource Group –Electives 
Semester 5 Semester 6
5.1 Human Resource Management
5.2 Service Sector Management
5.3 Financial Management
5.4 Elements of Logistics and supply Chain Management
5.5. Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
5.6 Elective-I
(i) Special Studies in Marketing
OR
(ii) Special Studies in Finance
OR
(iii) E-Commerce
5.7 Project Work
6.1 Entrepreneurship and Management of Small and Medium Enterprises
6.2 Operations Research
6.3 International Finance
6.4 Indian Management Thought and Practices
6.5 International Marketing
6.6 Retail Management
6.7 Elective-II
(i) Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
OR
(ii) Economics
OR
(iii) Financial Market Operations

Eligibility

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) Degree course shall have passed XII std. examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category). Every candidate admitted to the degree Course shall have to register himself/herself with the University of Mumbai.

Admission

  • Admission to the course offered by the rules framed by the University of Mumbai from time to time and will be given at the commencement of the first semester.
  • Candidates seeking admission other than Maharashtra board and colleges affiliated other than University of Mumbai must produce a Transfer Certificate from the board/college last attended.

Scheme of Examination

The Scheme of the Examination shall be divided in two parts: 
1. Internal Assessment – 25 Marks
    	The allocation of 25 marks shall be on the following basis:
              a) One class tests of 20 marks to be held in the given semester.
              b) 5 marks for Class Participation and Attendance.
2. Semester End Examination – 75 Marks
              a) Duration – This examination shall be of 2½ hours.
                

Highlights

  • Ms. Latika Seth, Vice President, Marine Lines Junior Club, Delivered a lecture on “College to Corporate” on September 11, 2014.
  • Mr. Siddiqui, Sales Executive in Rustomjee, Delivered a lecture on “How to Solve Case Study”. A lecture specially designed for guiding TYBMS students for solving case study on November 19, 2014.
  • Professors from Bournemouth University, Oriented students for Overseas Education on November 10 , 2014
  • Dr. Balwinder Singh, Secretary, Indian Commerce Association , delivered a lecture on “Hypothesis Testing” for SYBMS students to help them in Subject: Research Methods in Business, on December 1, 2014
  • Guest Lecture organized for FYBMS on “Communication Skills” by Dr. P T Chaudhary, Vice President, Indian Commerce Association on December 1, 2014.
  • Mr Jarvis, Public Relation Executive , Hush Mattress, guided students on “ Presentation Skills” to FYBMS students on December 23, 1014.
  • Mr. Omum, M

Placement

  • Tata Consultancy Services
  • Wipro
  • Google
  • South Indian Bank
  • Kraft Education Society
  • Bms.co.in

Faculty

  • Ms. Shital Mody (Co-ordinator)
  • Ms. Shradha Jain (Asst. Co-ordinator)
  • Dr. Rashmi Maurya
  • Dr. Antara Sonawane

Contact Person

  • Dr. Minu Madlani (Principal)
  • Ms. Shital Mody (Co-ordinator)

Introduction

The three-year Bachelor of Mass Media programme is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. It is a full-time degree programme divided into six semesters. The course enables an in-depth understanding of the dynamic field of mass media in its various forms – print, radio, television, advertising, PR, new media and films. In the third year, students select any one of the specialisations from Advertising and Journalism.
The teaching methodology incorporates lectures, sessions with industry experts, and workshops, and lays special emphasis on field-based projects. Students are encouraged to work on independent projects and give presentations in class. The guest lectures with industry experts facilitate open and meaningful interaction between students and professionals from the industry.

Syllabus

Semester 1 Semester 2
1.	Effective Communication Skills - I
2.	Fundamentals of Mass Communication
3.	Introduction to Computers
4.	History 
5.	Introduction to Sociology
6.	Introduction to Economics
1.	Effective Communication Skills – II
2.	Political Concepts and the Indian Political System
3.	Principles of Marketing
4.	Introduction to Media Psychology
5.	Introduction to Literature
6.	Principles of Management 
Semester 3 Semester 4
1.	Introduction to Creative Writing
2.	Introduction to Media Studies
3.	Introduction to Cultural Studies
4.	Introduction to Public Relations
5.	Introduction to Understanding Cinema
6.	Introduction to Advanced Computers
1.	Mass Media Research
2.	Organizational Behaviour
3.	Radio and Television
4.	Print Production and Photography
5.	Introduction to Advertising
6.	Introduction to Journalism
Semester 5 Semester 6
Journalism
1.	Reporting
2. 	Editing
3.	Feature and Opinion
4.	Journalism and Public Opinion
5.	 Indian Regional Journalism
6.	Newspaper and Magazine Making
Journalism
1.	Press Laws and Ethics
2.	Broadcast Journalism
3.	Niche and Business Journalism
4.	Internet and Issues in the Global Media
5.	News Media Management
6.	Contemporary Issues
Semester 5 Semester 6
 Advertisement
1.	Advertising in Contemporary Society
2.	Copy Writing
3. 	Advertising Design
4.	Consumer Behavior
5.	Media Planning and Buying
6. 	Brand Building
 Advertisement
1.	Advertising and Marketing Research
2.	Legal Environment and Advertising Ethics
3.	Financial Management for Marketing and Advertising
4.	Agency Management
5.	Principles and Practice of Direct Marketing
6.	Contemporary Issues
7.    Digital Media

Eligibility

A Candidate for being eligible for admission to the degree course Bachelor of Mass Media shall have passed the Std. XII examination, of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent, with minimum 45%, from the Arts, Science or Commerce stream. Every Candidate admitted to the degree course will have to register himself/herself with the University.

Admission

  • Admission to the course offered by the rules framed by the University of Mumbai from time to time and will be given at the commencement of the first semester.
  • Candidates seeking admission other than Maharashtra board and colleges affiliated other than University of Mumbai must produce a Transfer Certificate from the board/college last attended.

Scheme of Examination

The Scheme of the Examination shall be divided in two parts: 
1. Internal Assessment – 25 Marks
    	The allocation of 25 marks shall be on the following basis:
              a) One class tests of 20 marks to be held in the given semester.
              b) 5 marks for Class Participation and Attendance.
2. Semester End Examination – 75 Marks
              a) Duration – This examination shall be of 2½ hours.

Highlights

  • Hinduja College Film Society
    The Dept. has set up the ‘Hinduja College Film Society’. It was inaugurated by the renowned director Mr. Shyam Benegal on January 19, 2017. The film society is registered with the Federation of Film Societies of India (FFSI). The objective is to provide students with a platform to watch parallel cinema and discuss with stalwarts the finer nuances of cinema.
    Guest lectures in 2016-17
    Mr. Jayant Mainkar, Chief of Bureau (Western Region) at the United News of India took a guest lecture on ‘Political News Reporting’.
    Ms. Darshini Khara, Senior Lead, Digital Marketing at Aegon Life delivered a guest on ‘Digital Marketing – Concepts and Approaches’.
    Unleashed 2017 – TYBMM (Journalism) Magazine
    Unleashed is an in-house publication brought forth by the students of third year (Journalism) specialisation. This year’s issue features stories around the theme Mumbai. The objective was t

Placement

  • The Asian Age
  • Hill Road Media Services (P) Ltd.
  • The Mirror Merchants
  • Red Reel Productions
  • Times Internet

Faculty

  • Dr. Rommani Sen Shitak – Ph.D., M.A., NET
  • Ms. Seema Narendran – MACJ, NET
  • Ms. Pinky Shah - M.Sc, MBA

Contact Person

  • Dr. Minu Madlani (Principal)
  • Ms. Rommani Shitak (Course Co-ordinator)

Introduction

The tremendous expansion in the field of Global Financial Markets over the last 2 decades has made the Financial Markets an emerging field in the World. In India, it all began in 1991 with the Liberalization strategy and we are on the limit of a money related transformation and on our approach to turning into a financial powerhouse. This 3 year undergraduate course is a comprehensive program which covers all the different aspects of capital markets. The course prepares the understudies in the field of Financial Market by method for connection, ventures, presentations, Industrial visits, practical training, employment introduction and arrangements. The students are moulded perfectly to fit in with the requirements of an ideal person in the field of Financial Market who knows how to make proper analysis, correct decisions, and most importantly to ensure the proper execution of the decision.

Syllabus

Semester 1 Semester 2
1. Principles of Investments
2. Micro Economics
3. Basic Statistics
4. Basic Computer Skills
5. Financial Accounting
6. Business Environment
1. Environment of Financial Systems
2. Macro-Economics
3. Statistical Applications
4. Communication Skills
5. Management Accounting
6. Principles of Business Management
Semester 3 Semester 4
1. Debts Markets
2. Corporate Finance
3. Equity Markets-I
4. Banking in Financial Systems
5. Computer Applications in Investments
6. Business Ethics
7. Organisation Behaviour
1. Commodities Markets
2. Corporate Finance-II
3. Equity Markets-II
4. Financial Services
5. Taxation for Investments
6. Security Analysis
7. Business Law
Semester 5 Semester 6
1. Global Capital Markets
2. Regulation of Securities Markets
3. Insurance-(Fund) Management
4. Derivative Markets
5. Foreign Exchange Markets
6. Portfolio Management
7. Project-I
1. Risk Management
2. Corporate Governance
3. Computer Application in Financial Services
4. Marketing of Financial Services
5. Mutual Fund Management
6. Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services
7. Projects-II

Eligibility

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) Degree course shall have passed XII std. examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category). Every candidate admitted to the degree Course shall have to register himself/herself with the University of Mumbai.

Admission

  • Admission to the course offered by the rules framed by the University of Mumbai from time to time and will be given at the commencement of the first semester.
  • Candidates seeking admission other than Maharashtra board and colleges affiliated other than University of Mumbai must produce a Transfer Certificate from the board/college last attended.

Scheme of Examination

The Scheme of the Examination shall be divided in two parts: 
1. Internal Assessment – 25 Marks
    	The allocation of 25 marks shall be on the following basis:
              a) One class tests of 20 marks to be held in the given semester.
              b) 5 marks for Class Participation and Attendance.
2. Semester End Examination – 75 Marks
              a) Duration – This examination shall be of 2½ hours.

Highlights

  • T.Y.B.F.M. students organised a workshop on NSDL-Investors Awareness by Professional from NSDL, Mr. Sameet Alagavi.
  • Mr. Ashish Ahuja, Vice President, Marketing, conducted an interactive session on Customer Relationship Manager, 13th September, 2014 .
  • T.Y.B.F.M. students attended Quest’14 Investors Awareness by Mr. Nikhil Vora, Founder & CEO 6th Sense Venture & Ex MD-IDFC Securities and Mr. Rajesh Mrijankar, CEO of Intrasoft Technologies on 14th August’2014.
  • Ms. Saloni Dhanuka secured highest marks in TYBFM University Exam (Sem VI) for the year 2013-14 (622 / 700)
  • Guest lecture was organized by Mr. Sakpal on Wild Life on 18th December, 2014.
  • Industrial Visit: New India Match Co. at Ram Nagar, Jim Corbett on 19th December, 2014.

Placement

  • Tata Consultancy Services
  • Wipro
  • Google
  • South Indian Bank

Faculty

  • Ms. Saira Banoo Shaikh (Co-ordinator)
  • Ms. Jagruti Darji
  • Ms. Seethalaxmi Iyer

Contact Person

  • Dr. Minu Madlani (Principal)
  • Ms. Saira Banoo Shaikh(Course Co-ordinator)

Introduction

A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology is a Bachelor's degree affiliated to University of Mumbai. This degree is of three years partitioned into six semesters. This degree is basically centered on subjects such as programming, databases, and systems administration. This degree is honoured for finishing a project of study in the field of programming advancement, programming testing, programming designing, web plan, databases, programming, and PC systems administration and PC frameworks.

Syllabus

Semester 1 Semester 2
1. Professional Communication Skills
2. Applied Mathematics – I
3. Fundamental of Digital Computing
4. Electronic & Communication Technology
5. Introduction to C++ Programming
1. Web Designing and Programming.
2. Applied Mathematics - II
3. Microprocessor & Microcontroller’s
4. Database Management System.
5. Digital Communication and Networking Standards.
Semester 3 Semester 4
1. Logic and Discrete Mathematics
2. Computer Graphics
3. Advanced SQL
4. Object Oriented Programming with C++
5. Modern Operating Systems
1. Software Engineering
2. Multimedia
3. Java and Data Structure
4. Quantitative Techniques
5. Embedded Systems
Semester 5 Semester 6
1. Network Security
2. Asp.net with C#
3. Software Testing
4. Linux Administration
5. Advanced Java
1. Internet Technology.
2. Project Management.
3. Data Warehousing.
4. Project
5. Elective (Select one of following)
a. IPR and Cyber Laws
b. Digital Signal and Systems.
c. Geographic Information Systems.

Eligibility

A candidate for being eligible for admission to B.Sc. (Information Technology) shall have passed the Std. XII Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Education or its equivalent and have secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at the first attempt (40% in case of reserved category) Every candidates admitted to the degree Course shall have to registrar himself/herself with the University of Mumbai.

Admission

  • Admission to the course offered by the rules framed by the University of Mumbai from time to time and will be given at the commencement of the first semester.
  • Candidates seeking admission other than Maharashtra board and colleges affiliated other than University of Mumbai must produce a Transfer Certificate from the board/college last attended.

Scheme of Examination

The Scheme of the Examination shall be divided in three parts:
1. Internal Assessment – 25 Marks
              The allocation of 25 marks shall be on the following basis:
              a) One class tests of 20 marks to be held in the given semester.
              b) 5 Marks for Class Participation and Attendance
2. Semester End Examination – 75 Marks
              a) Duration – This examination shall be of 2 1/2 hours duration.
 3. Practical - 50 Marks
                a) The marks are allotted based on practical and Case study
                

Highlights

  • A lecture was conducted by “Mr. Karan Shah-Director of Good Life Education” on “Digital Media Marketing”.
  • A lecture was conducted by “Mr. Abuzar A. – Asst. Prof. S.I.E.S. College” on “Data Warehousing”.
  • A Lecture was conducted by “Mr. Sudheer Mishra” on “Project Management”.
  • Students went to Chandigarh and Manali on an Industrial Visit. They visited “Telecommunication consultant India Limited”.
  • Two day workshop on “Android Development” in collaboration with “Asterix Solution”.

Placement

  • A Pool Campus Event was organised by S.N.D.T. College in the month of July for “Tech-Mahindra”.
  • A Pool campus interview was organized for “Infosys”. Four Students were selected for the job.
  • A pool campus interview was organized for iGATE. Two students were selected for the job.

Faculty

  • Mr. Ansari Md. Nasir (Co-ordinator)
  • Mr. Arun Maurya
  • Ms. Sheetal Mathew

Contact Person

  • Dr. Minu Madlani (Principal)
  • Mr. Ansari Md. Nasir (Course Co-ordinator)

Introduction

The Bachelor in Investment Management is an undergraduate academic programme affiliated to University of Mumbai that leverages on a unique learning opportunity in the combined disciplines of Investment, Finance and Management. This program prepares students for a career in financial asset management, either on the buy side working with active portfolio allocation or on the sell side, working for brokerage firms. The program gives students a rigorous training in accounting, statistics, and finance. Students pursuing the programme will be exposed to both, the rich tradition and rigour of the investment management as well as to the state-of-the-art technologies used in the fields of economics, management, marketing, finance and insurance. The program enables students to analyze financial statements, perform company valuations, construct efficient portfolios with appropriate risk profiles, and manage risk using dynamic trading strategies and derivative instruments.

Syllabus

Semester 1 Semester 2
1. Economics -I
2. Introduction to Accounting-I
3. Quantitative Techniques
4. Introduction to Financial System
5. Basics of Investment
6. Financial Markets Intermediaries
1. Quantitative Economics
2. Introduction to Accounting –II
3. Environment of Investment
4. Introduction to Financial Markets
5. Introduction to wealth Management
6. Business Correspondence
Semester 3 Semester 4
1. Cost and Management Accounting
2. Basics of Contract and corporate Laws
3. Study of Investment Strategists
4. Taxation in Investment Management
5. Investment banking
6. Fundamental Analysis
7. Information Technology in Investment
1. Financial Management
2. Investment Laws
3. Marketing of Investment Products
4. Financial Statement Analysis –II
5. Actuarial Analysis in Investment
6. Management of Investment Portfolio
7. Equity Research
Semester 5 Semester 6
1. Operation in Equity Market
2. Fixed Income Analysis-I
3. Credit Risk Management
4. Introduction to Derivatives
5. Alternative Investment
6. Technical Analysis of Investments
7. Internship Training Report
1. Operations in Currency and Commodity Markets
2. Fixed Income Analysis-II
3. Risk Management of market Risk and Operational Risk
4. Valuation of Derivatives
5. International Investment Management
6. Ethics in Investment Markets
7. Project

Eligibility

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Investment Management) Degree course shall have passed XII std. examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category). Every candidate admitted to the degree Course shall have to register himself/herself with the University of Mumbai.

Admission

  • Admission to the course offered by the rules framed by the University of Mumbai from time to time and will be given at the commencement of the first semester.
  • Candidates seeking admission other than Maharashtra board and colleges affiliated other than University of Mumbai must produce a Transfer Certificate from the board/college last attended.

Scheme of Examination

The Scheme of the Examination shall be divided in two parts: 
1. Internal Assessment – 25 Marks
    	The allocation of 25 marks shall be on the following basis:
              a) One class tests of 20 marks to be held in the given semester.
              b) 5 marks for Class Participation and Attendance.
2. Semester End Examination – 75 Marks
              a) Duration – This examination shall be of 2½ hours.

Highlights

  • Mr. Ashish Ahuja, Vice President, Marketing, conducted an interactive session on Customer Relationship Manager, 13th September, 2014.
  • Students attended Quest’14 Investors Awareness by Mr. Nikhil Vora, Founder & CEO 6th Sense Venture & Ex MD-IDFC Securities and Mr. Rajesh Mrijankar, CEO of Intrasoft Technologies on 14th August’2014.

Placement

  • Tata Consultancy Services
  • Wipro
  • Google
  • South Indian Bank

Faculty

  • Ms. Mrunalini Ravalekar (Co-ordinator)

Contact Person

  • Dr. Minu Madlani (Principal)
  • Ms. Mrunalini Ravalekar (Course Co-ordinator)

Introduction

Bachelor of Transport Management is a 3 year full-time degree program. The Bachelor degree is affiliated to University of Mumbai. This degree is of three years partitioned into six semesters. The course study empowers the students to understand diverse aspects related to various modes of transport and other related areas of transport industry. The same helps them to develop a testing profession in the field of transport management. BTM course confers sufficient aptitudes in the understudy to pass on their thoughts among masses in the more exact and straightforward way. The same likewise gives other important aptitudes, for example, correspondence, research bent, verbal and presentation abilities to applicant.

Syllabus

Semester 1 Semester 2
1. Transport Management
2. Transport Economics
3. Shipping and Water Transport
4. Air Transport
5. Railway Transport
6. Roads and Roads Transport
1. Logistic and Supply Chain Management
2. Transport Laws
3. Transport and Environment Management
4. Traffic Management
5. Communication and Presentation of Skills
6. Financial Accounting
Semester 3 Semester 4
1. Urban Transport Planning
2. E-Commerce and ICT Applications
3. Warehousing and Inventory Control
4. Managerial Skill Development
5. Facilities Management
6. Transport Policy
1. Transport System Network
2. Internaitonal Trade and Transport
3. Analytical Modeling in Transport and Logistic
4. Management Information System in Transport and Logistic
5. Health and Safety
6. Business Law
Semester 5 Semester 6
1. Community Development Project
2. Law and Insurance in Transport and logistic
3. Survey in Transport
4. Maritime Economic and Policy
5. Fleet Operation and Management
6. Port Operation and Management
7. Transport Costing and Pricing
1. Public Transport and Network Planning and Operation
2. Quantitative Methods in Transport
3. Taxation and Transport
4. Maritime Transport
5. Human Resources Management and Industrial Relations
6. Transport Project Management
7. Research Project

Eligibility

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Transport Management) Degree course shall have passed XII std. examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category) in any stream i.e Arts, Commerce and Science. Every candidate admitted to the degree course shall have to register himself/herself with the University of Mumbai.

Admission

  • Admission to the course offered by the rules framed by the University of Mumbai from time to time and will be given at the commencement of the first semester.
  • Candidates seeking admission other than Maharashtra board and colleges affiliated other than University of Mumbai must produce a Transfer Certificate from the board/college last attended.

Scheme of Examination

The Scheme of the Examination shall be divided in two parts: 
1. Internal Assessment – 25 Marks
    	The allocation of 25 marks shall be on the following basis:
              a) One class tests of 20 marks to be held in the given semester.
              b) 5 marks for Class Participation and Attendance.
2. Semester End Examination – 75 Marks
              a) Duration – This examination shall be of 2½ hours.

Highlights

  • T.Y.B.F.M. students organised a workshop on NSDL-Investors Awareness by Professional from NSDL, Mr. Sameet Alagavi.
  • Mr. Ashish Ahuja, Vice President, Marketing, conducted an interactive session on Customer Relationship Manager, 13th September, 2014 .
  • T.Y.B.F.M. students attended Quest’14 Investors Awareness by Mr. Nikhil Vora, Founder & CEO 6th Sense Venture & Ex MD-IDFC Securities and Mr. Rajesh Mrijankar, CEO of Intrasoft Technologies on 14th August’2014.
  • Ms. Saloni Dhanuka secured highest marks in TYBFM University Exam (Sem VI) for the year 2013-14 (622 / 700)
  • Guest lecture was organized by Mr. Sakpal on Wild Life on 18th December, 2014.
  • Industrial Visit: New India Match Co. at Ram Nagar, Jim Corbett on 19th December, 2014.

Placement

  • Tata Consultancy Services
  • Wipro
  • Google
  • South Indian Bank

Faculty

  • Ms. Shradha Jain (Co-ordinator)
  • Ms. Ishita Tanna

Contact Person

  • Dr. Minu Madlani (Principal)
  • Ms. Shradha Jain(Course Co-ordinator)


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