B.Com Course

Today the field of commerce is going to places in the wake of technology. Rapid changes are been witnessed  in the areas of business commerce and IT education go hand in hand these day’s. Moreover Bangalore is the Silicon City of India, it is a major commercial destination for lakhs of people and industries. In order to cater to the requirements of the industry, GTET commenced courses in the field of commerce and computers. Bangalore University also gave us the permission to start B.Com and BCA courses in the year 2009, and the college have been successfully running the courses since then.

SILENT FEATURES OF THE DEPARTMENT

    • On a regular basis Group Discussions, guest lectures, Presentations, Seminars and Case Studies are held to make the students job-ready.
    • Value added courses and take active part in the Business Club Activities.
    •  ICT method of teaching.
  • Industrial and corporate exposure

CURRICULUM

Part 1

Language I: Kan/Hin/San

Language II: English

Part 2

Financial Accounting

Indian Financial System

Marketing and Service Management

Corporate Administration (or) Methods and Techniques for Business Decisions

Part 3

Foundation Course – Indian Constitution and Human Rights

Language I: Kan/Hin/San

Language II: English

Advance Financial Accounting

Retail Management

Banking Law and Operations

Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions – I

Foundation Course – Environmental Studies

Part 1

Language I: Kan/Hin/San

Language II: English

Part 2

Corporate Accounting

Financial Management

Business Ethics

Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions– IIPublic Relation and Corporate Communication

Part 3

Foundation Course – Science and Society

Language I: Kan/Hin/San

Language II: English

Advance Corporate Accounting

Cost Accounting

E-Business and Accounting

Stock and Commodity Markets

Principles of Event Management

Foundation Course – Personality Development

Part 2

Entrepreneurship Development

International Financial Reporting Standards

Income Tax – I

Costing Methods

Elective – I (Accounting and Taxation)

Elective – II (Finance)

Part 3

Foundation Course – Culture Diversity and Society

Business Regulation

Principles and Practice of Auditing

Income Tax – II

Management Accounting

Elective – I (Accounting and Taxation)

Elective – II (Finance)

Foundation Course – Creativity and Innovation