BCFM

Guidelines for admission to BCFM

B.Com. in FINANCIAL MARKETING (BCFM)

COURSE STRUCTURE:

FIRST YEAR B.C.F.M.
Semester-I
1.1  Principles of Investment
1.2  Micro-Economics
1.3  Basic Statistics
1.4 Basic Computer Skills
1.5 Financial Accounting
1.6 Business Environment

Semester-II
2.1  Environment of Financial System
2.2 Macro-Economics
2.3 Statistical Applications
2.4 Communication Skills
2.5 Management Accounting
2.6 Principles of Business Management

SECOND YEAR B.C.F.M.
Semester-III
3.1  Debt. Markets
3.2 Corporate Finance
3.3 Equity Markets – I
3.4 Banking in Financial System
3.5 Computer Applications in Investments
3.6 Business Ethics
3.7 Organizational Behavior
Semester-IV
4.1  Commodities Markets
4.2 Corporate Finance – II
4.3 Equity Markets – II
4.4 Financial Services
4.5 Taxation for Investments
4.6 Security Analysis
4.7 Business Lawin Financial Services

THIRD YEAR B.C.F.M.
Semester-V
5.1  Global Capital Markets
5.2 Regulation of Securities Markets
5.3 Insurance (Fund) Management
5.4 Derivative Markets
5.5 Foreign Exchange Markets
5.6 Portfolio Management
5.7 Project – I
Semester-VI
6.1  Risk Management
6.2 Corporate Governance
6.3 Computer Applications in Financial
6.4 Marketing of Financial Services
6.5 Mutual Fund Management
6.6 Customer Relationship Management
6.7 Project – II

(O.5209) : A candidate for being eligible for admission to Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Marketing) Degree Course shall have passed XIIth Standard Examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent & secured not less than 45% marks in Aggregate (40% in case of Reserved Category) at one and the same sitting.

Duration of the course shall be six semesters spread over 3 years.

  1. i) Original Mark Sheet of H.S.C. & Leaving Certificate along with 2 photo copies for F.Y. admission.
  2. ii) Original Mark sheet of Semester I & II along with 2 photo copies for S.Y. admission.

iii)        Original Mark sheet of Semester I, II, III & IV along with 2 photo copies for T.Y. admission.

  1. iv) For new admission to S.Y./T.Y.- NOC with enrollment details to be produced from the previous college.
  2. v) Two recent passport size photographs for all classes.
  3. vi) Address Proof (Photo copy of Ration Card/ Electricity Bill/Telephone Bill/ Passport/ Driving License) any one.

vii)       Caste Certificates (if applicable)

viii)      Eligibility Certificate (issued by University) for students coming from other than Maharashtra Board and Maharashtra Technical Board)

  1. ix) Physically challenged candidates should produce the relevant certificate from competent authority.

Note:- In case the original mark sheet of H.S.C. has been submitted for admission to any college, certificate to that effect, signed by the Principal of that college must be produced.

R.4295  Total number of lectures per paper (subject) per Semester shall be maximum of 60 each of 50 minutes duration.

The Scheme of examination shall be divided in two parts.

  1. Internal Assessment :40% i.e. 40 marks.
  2. Semester End Examination : 60% i.e. 60 marks.

The examination shall be of 2 hours duration. Students must get 40% marks in aggregate i.e. 40% marks in Internal Assessment (i.e. 40% of 40 = 16) as well as 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 40% of 60 = 24) separately, in order to pass the examination.

  1. The performance grading of the student shall be of the Seven point ranking system as under :
Number Division Marks Grades
I I – I 65 or above O
I – II 60 – Less than 65 A
II II – I 55 – Less than 60 B
II – II 50 – Less than 55 C
II – III 45 – Less than 50 D
Pass Class III 40 – Less than 45 E
Fail Less than 40 F

The Performance grading shall be based on the aggregate performance of internal assessment and semester end examination.

  1. Carry forward of Internal marks : A candidate who fails in any particular paper shall be allowed to reappear for that theory paper/s. However his / her internal assessment marks shall be carried forward, but shall be entitled grade “E” on passing.
    1. i. A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester II, if he / she passes Semester I OR if he / she fails in not more than 200 marks of semester I (i.e. 2 subjects)
    2. A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for semester III, if he /  she passes in semester I and Semester II OR if he /  she fails in not more than 200 marks (i.e. 2 subjects) of Semester I and Semester II taken together.

    iii.    A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester IV, if he /  she passes in each of semester I, II, III OR if he / she passes semester I and fails in not more than 200 marks (i.e. 2 subjects) of Semester II and Semester III taken together.

    1. A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester V, if he /  she passes in each of semester I, II, III and IV OR if he / she passes Semester I and semester II and fails in not more than 200 marks (i.e. 2 subjects) of Semester III and Semester IV taken together.
    2. A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester VI, if he /  she passes in each of semester  I, II, III, IV and V OR if he / she passes Semester I and semester II and fails in not more than 200 marks (i.e. 2 subjects) of Semester IV and Semester V taken together.

    Existing Gracing rules are applicable to this course as like the Traditional Courses.