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Department of Commerce


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M.Com Syllabus

Ph.D Syllabus

 

PREAMBLE

 

The Central University of Rajasthan has been established by an Act of Parliament (Act No. 25 of 2009). The Gazette of India, No. 27, published on 20th March, 2009 as a new Central University, and is fully funded by the Government of India to provide flexible, innovative academic and research programmes and support structures that are responsive to a broad range of learners and regional needs. The world is witnessing a high-tech revolution with changes in science, technology, commerce and industry. The world now believes that knowledge is everything. With opening up of world economy by way of globalisation, liberalisation and privatisation processes, all the business sectors are witnessing a tremendous growth. The whole economy is undergoing a tremendous transformation with many new sunrise sectors like financial services, consultancies etc coming up. The service sector is outstripping the manufacturing sector in growth. A career in these sectors involves challenging work, high growth opportunities, lucrative pay packets and a professionally challenging work environment. The job market is undergoing a metamorphosis. This is creating a huge demand for careers in Commerce and Business. This has led to huge change in the way we teach and deliver business studies courses.
Commensurate with the times and taking into account the challenges the age of globalization and knowledge-societies pose, CUR is aware of the urgent need to move towards semester-wise Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) and Continuous Assessment and Grading Pattern (CAGP). Agencies like UGC and NAAC have been advocating CBCS and CAGP. A number of universities and institutes of higher learning in the country have already adopted CBCS and CAGP. Under the banner of School of Management and Commerce a two year (four semesters) full-time M.Com. Programme is going to start from the academic session 2012-13.
The corporate world is dynamic and the changes are so severe that a series of new concepts and techniques are fast coming into being and the earlier and traditional ones are becoming obsolete. This situation has given rise to the need for restructuring the curricula of Commerce education at all levels so as to make it meaningful and compatible with the changing business scenario and introduce the concepts and techniques among the commerce teachers to further channelize and streamline their contribution. By introducing more and more professional skills, we need output of graduates and researchers to be of the best quality in the world.

2. Objective of the Programme
The proposed M.Com. programme has a distinct objective to equip the students with knowledge, skills and attitude to become more suitable for the present and emerging job market. The courses are intended to impart intensive knowledge and training in the subject and help the students to acquire wider perspectives both for research and for professional application. The syllabus has been designed student-centred where there is flexibility for the students to have a greater choice of courses appropriate to their interests, needs, sustainability and long term goals. The courses are offered with Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) thus facilitating the students to have 24 Courses of 96 Credits spread over 4 semesters for mastering the subject for the award of Master degree in Commerce by acquiring the required depth and at the same time to select elective courses of his/her choice and based on his/her aptitude from four elective group of courses. The syllabus also includes two open courses (each carrying 4 Credits) of inter disciplinary nature out of which each shall be offered in 2nd and 3rd semester in order to suit the needs and interest of the students. To be precise, the objectives of M.Com. programme are as under:-
• To provide foundation for further advanced studies and research in the area of Commerce such as M.Phil. and Ph. D. programmes.
• To allow M.Com. graduates to choose for further advanced studies in different specialisation of Commerce such as Accounting, Taxation, Finance, Human Resource, Marketing etc.
• To enable M. Com. graduates for a wide range of career dealing with the flow of money, from accountant to investment banker, money manager to personal finance consultant.
• To enable master graduates in Commerce to qualify UGC-NET/SET and JRF examinations so that they can take-up the work of teaching or research of high quality. • To impart entrepreneurial skills for starting new business ventures.
3. Duration The study programme leading to M.Com. degree of the Central University of Rajasthan shall be conducted by the School of Commerce & Management for the duration of two years (4 semesters).
4. Eligibility
B.Com. (Hons.)/B.Com. under 10+2+3 pattern securing a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate including all subjects studied at B.Com. level except those subjects where only pass marks are required and which do not contribute to the total in the final (degree) mark sheet. No student shall be eligible for admission to any course of study of this University on migration from any other University or Board unless he has passed an examination equivalent to the examination of this University prescribed by the Ordinances for admission to the concerned course of this University: Provided that the application for admission shall be supported by:-
A migration certificate or a no objection certificate from the concerned University or Board; and Provided further that the application of a student who has not completed his course of study of any other University may be considered for admission to a course of this University, if the pattern and syllabi are similar, subject to fulfillment of conditions and provisions, if any, regarding transfer of credits etc., which may be prescribed by Regulations in this regard.
Every student admitted to a Department or a Centre or an Institution maintained by the University shall be enrolled by the University on receipt of an application for enrolment from him/her duly forwarded by the concerned Head of the Institution: Provided that the application for enrolment shall be supported by:-
(a) Mark sheet of qualifying examination, in original
(b) Migration certificate or no objection certificate, in original; and
(c) Fee, as prescribed by the University.

5. Admission Procedure
I. Admission of students shall be made strictly on the basis of merit adjudged through All-India Common Entrance Test or through Central universities Common Entrance Test(CUCET), wherever applicable, aimed at assessing knowledge, comprehension and aptitude of the student to pursue higher studies through written test/viva/group discussion /personal interview or a combination of these.
However, provided that in case of courses where the intake of students is small, admission may be made on the basis of the merit adjudged through the marks obtained in the qualifying examination. The decision to this effect will be taken by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the concerned School Board.
The Entrance Examination shall be held at headquarters and/or other such places as notified by the University from time to time.
Question Paper(s) for entrance examination(s) shall be set by expert(s) appointed by the Vice Chancellor or by the Coordinating University in case of CUCET. During an entrance examination the candidates shall be under the disciplinary control of the Chief Superintendent to be appointed by the Controller of Examinations, whose instructions on the conduct of examination shall be final and binding.
If a candidate disobeys instructions or misbehaves with any member of the supervisory staff or with any of the invigilators at the Centre, he/she may be expelled from the examination.
The Chief Superintendent shall immediately report the facts of such a case with full details of evidence to the Controller of Examinations who will refer the matter to the Examination Discipline Committee for such further action as the Committee may deem fit.
Relevant provisions of the relevant Ordinance aimed at maintenance of discipline during examinations shall be applicable to entrance examinations, wherever applicable. Admissions to the various programmes of studies shall be made by the Admission Committee of the concerned School comprising of the Dean as Chairman, Heads of the Departments as members, two nominees of the Vice Chancellor out of which one nominee shall represent the reserved categories. (if possible, one woman representative should be included in the Committee).
II. Foreign Students: Applications of foreign nationals nominated by the Government of India under scholarship schemes and self-financing Foreign Nationals shall be entertained for the aforesaid programme. They shall not be subject to the Entrance Test provided they have passed the equivalent qualifying examination and satisfy the minimum eligibility requirements with relaxation in maximum age for admission. However, the admission to post-graduate courses is rather restricted (10% of the total number of seats) and the applicant should have an excellent academic record to stand a fair chance for admission.
III. Reservation: 15% Seats shall be reserved for Scheduled Caste, 7.5% for Scheduled Tribe and 27% for Other Backward Class candidates in each subject. Admission against these seats shall be made provided the candidate has passed the qualifying examination and appeared in the Entrance Test. The vacant seats reserved for SC/ST/OBC candidates, if any, shall be filled as per Government of India Rules. Appearance in the Postgraduate Entrance Test is mandatory for admission.
3% seats, on horizontal reservation basis, shall be reserved for PC (Physically Challenged) candidates (visually impaired 1% + hearing impaired 1% + orthopedically handicapped 1%) provided they fulfill the minimum eligibility requirements and qualify in the UET. They shall have to submit a PC certificate issued by the district CMO at the time of submitting the application. Candidates who claim for PC category shall be considered under this category on an approval from the University Medical Board only at the time of admission.        

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