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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Bachelors of Management Studies (B.M.S.)


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


First Semester
1.1 Introduction of Financial Accounts
1.2 Business Law
1.3 Business Statistics
1.4 Business Communication - I
1.5 Foundation of Human Skill
1.6 Foundation Course -I
1.7 Business Economics -I
Second Semester
2.1 Principles of Marketing
2.2 Industrial Law
2.3 Business Mathematics
2.4 Business Communication
2.5 Foundation Course -II
2.6 BUsiness Environment
2.7 Principles of Management
Third Semester
Group A : Finance electives
3.1 Introduction to Cost Accounting
3.2 Corporate Finance
Group B : Marketing Electives
3.1 Consumer Behaviour
3.2 Advertising
3.3 Information Technology in Business Management - I
3.4 Environment Management
3.5 Business PLanning & Entrepreneurial Management
3.6 Accounting for Managerial Decisions
3.7 Strategic Management
Fourth Semester
Group A Finance Electives 4.1 Corporate Restructuring
4.2 Auditing
Group B Marketing Electives
4.1 Integrated Market Communication
4.2 Tourism Marketing
4.3 Information Technology in Business Management-II
4.4 Business Economics - II
4.5 Business Research Method
4.6 Ethics & Governance
4.7 Production & Total Quality Management
Fifth Semester
Group A : Finance Electives
5.1 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
5.2 Financial Accounting
5.3 Risk Management
5.4 Direct Tax
Group B : Marketing Electives
5.1 Service Marketing
5.2 E-Commerce & Digital Marketing
5.3 Sales & Distribution Management
5.4 Consumer Relationship Management
5.5 Logistics & Supply Chain Management
5.6 Corporate Communication & Public Relations
Sixth Semester
Group A : Finance Electives
6.1 International Finance
6.2 Indirect Tax
6.3 Project Management
6.4 Strategic Financial Management
Group B : Marketing Electives
6.1 Brand Management
6.2 Retail Management
6.3 International Marketing
6.4 Media Planning and Management
6.5 Operation Research
6.6 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

If Management is the choice of vocation the ideal UG Programme is BMS as it provides wholesome knowledge of various managerial aspects in an organization, apart from incumbent awareness of communication, IT, law, advertising, consumer behaviour etc. The BMS Programme is suitable for students who look forward to becoming MMS or MBA qualified in the future.

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.


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.
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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)