Hinduja College
of Commerce.

Smt. P. D. Hinduja Trust's

K. P. B. Hinduja College of Commerce

NAAC Re-accredited with 'A+' grade, CGPA:3.59

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B.Com (Accounting and Finance)


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.


First Semester
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
Second Semester
1• Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) -II
2• Auditing (Introduction and Planning)- I
3• Innovative Financial Services
4• Business Communication –II
5• Foundation Course – II
6• Business Law - I (Business Regulatory Framework)
7• Business Mathematics
Third Semester
1• Financial Accounting – III (Special Accounting Areas)
2• Cost Accounting – II (Methods of Costing)
3• Taxation Paper – II (Direct Taxes - I)
5• Foundation Course in commerce - III (FInancial Market Operation)
6• Business lAw - II (Business Regulatory Framework)
7• Business Economic – II
Fourth Semester
1• Financial Accounting Paper – IV (Special Accounting Areas)
2• Management Accounting – I (Introduction of Management Accounting)
3• Taxation – III (Indirect Taxes)
4• Information Technology in Accountancy– II
5• Foundation Course in Management (Introduction to Management - IV) (Company Law)
6• Information Technology Paper – II (Applications in Business)
7• Foundation Course Paper – II (Value Education and Soft Skills)
Fifth Semester
1• Cost Accounting – III
2• Financial Management–III
3• Taxation – IV
4• Management – II(Management Application)
5• Financial Accounting – V
6• Financial Accounting – VI
Sixth Semester
1• Cost Accounting – IV
2• Financial Management–III
3• Taxation – V (Indirect Taxes)
4• Economics – III (Indian Economy)
5• Financial Accounting – V
6• Project Work


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 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.

Programme Outcome

This Programme is dedicated to the study of Accountancy and Finance. It offers an in-depth study of Financial Accounting, Auditing, Cost Accounting and Taxation, while also touching business related communication, mathematics and law. It also provides instruction in research methodology and enhancing the general knowledge and social consciousness of students. The Programme is ideal for those aspiring to become CA, CFA, CMA and similarly qualified.

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


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




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

Contact Person

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