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Default Re: B.Com Honours Fees & Duration form Delhi University

Delhi University for B.Com honours course details are:

B.Com Honours

Duration:
4 Years

Eligibility:
The applicant should have pass candidates need to pass in 10+2 of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or equivalent examination with the subjects opted at 10+2 level.

There is no minimum age bar required for admissions to the undergraduate courses offered in the University.

Fees
Candidates belonging to General Category need pay an application fee of Rupees One Hundred only (Rs.100/-),
if applying Online and if they belong to SC/ST Category, they need to remit Rupees Fifty only (Rs.50/-).
Those who belong to General Category and are applying offline need to pay an application fee of Rupees One Hundred and Fifty only (Rs.150/-), while if they belong to SC/ST Category need to remitRupees Seventy only (Rs.70/-).

Important Dates
Delhi University Application-cum-Admission Form
June 2, 2014 (9am to 1 pm)

Last date for Applications
June 16, 2014 (9am to 1 pm)

First Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
June 24, 2014

Admissions for first cutoff list
June 24 – June 26, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Second Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
June 27, 2014

Admissions for second cutoff list
June 27 – June 30, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Third Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 1, 2014

Admissions for third cutoff list
July 1 – July 3, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Fourth Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 4, 2014

Admissions for fourth cutoff list
July 4 – July 7, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Fifth Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 8, 2014

Admissions for fifth cutoff list
July 8 – July 10, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Sixth Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 11, 2014

Admissions for sixth cutoff list
July 11 – July 12, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Seventh Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 14, 2014

Admissions for seventh cutoff list
July 14 – July 15, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Eighth Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 16, 2014

Admissions for eighth cutoff list
July 16 – July 17, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Ninth Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 18, 2014

Admissions for ninth cutoff list
July 18 – July 19, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Tenth Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 21, 2014

Admissions for tenth cutoff list
July 21 – July 22, 2014 (upto 1 pm)

Admissions for General Category to end
July 10, 2014

Open Days at North Campus
May 22 – May 30 (upto 1 pm)

Open Days at South Campus
May 24 – May 25

Syllabus:
Semester - I
Paper DC I - 1
Business Laws
100
Paper DC I - 2
Financial Accounting &
Auditing
100
Semester – II
Paper DC I - 3
Business Mathematics &
Statistics
100
Paper DC I - 4
Human Resource Management
100
Semester – III
Paper DC I - 5
Principles of Marketing
100
Paper DC I - 6
Financial Management
100
Semester – IV
Paper DC I - 7
Cost Accounting
100
Paper DC I - 8
Corporate Laws
100
Semester - V
Paper DC I - 9
Corporate Governance and
Social Responsibility
100
Paper DC I - 10
Business Economics
100
Paper DC I - 11
Income Tax Law and Practice
100
Semester – VI
Paper DC I - 12
Security Analysis and Portfolio
Management
100
Paper DC I - 13
Corporate Accounting
100
Paper DC I - 14
Industrial Laws
100
Semester - VII
Paper DC I - 15
Organizational Behaviour
100
Paper DC I - 16
Management Accounting
100
Paper DC I - 17
Business Research Tools
100
Semester – VIII
Paper DC I - 18
Foreign Exchange Management
100
Paper DC I - 19
Advertising and Brand
Management
100
Paper DC I - 20
Project Work
100

DISCIPLINE COURSE – II
Semester/ Paper No.
Paper’s Title
Maximum Marks
Semester – III
Paper DC II - 1
Setting up a Business
100
Semester – IV
Paper DC II - 2
Marketing for Beginners
100
Semester – V
Paper DC II - 3
Financial Reporting & Analysis
100
Semester – VI
Paper DC II - 4
Personal Tax Planning
100
Semester – VII
Paper DC II - 5
Investing in Stock Market
100
Semester – VIII
Paper DC II - 6
Insurance & Risk Management
100

APPLIED COURSES
FOUNDATION COURSES:
Language, Literature, and Creativity –I (Hindi/MIL)
Language, Literature, and Creativity –II (English)
Information Technology
Business, Entrepreneurship, and Management
Governance and Citizenship
Psychology, Communication and Life Skills
Geographic and Socio-Economic Diversity
Science and Life
History, Culture and Civilization
Building Mathematical Ability
Environment and Public Health
TEACHING HOURS:
Foundation Course: Language, Literature, and Creativity to be offered in semester 1st and
semester 2nd: 5 periods/week (4 lectures + 1 student’s presentation) Hindi
/Sanskrit/MIL/Persian/Arabic/English
Others foundation papers: 3 periods/week (2 lectures + 1 student’s presentation)
DC-I & DC-II : 5 periods/week (4 lectures + 1 student’s presentation)
Applied Course : 3 periods/week (2 lectures + 1 student’s presentation)
IMBH/CA: 2 periods/week (to be part of the workload)
Tutorial/Practical will continue wherever applicable
Semester/ Paper No.
Paper’s Title
Maximum Marks
Semester – III
Paper AC - 1
E- Business & Cyber Laws
75
Semester – IV
Paper AC - 2
E- Marketing
75
Semester - V
Paper AC – 3
E-Accounting
75
Semester – VI
Paper AC - 4
E-Filing of Returns
75

UNIT I – The Indian Contract Act, 1872
15 Lectures
Contract – meaning, characteristics and kinds; Essentials of valid contract - Offer and
acceptance, consideration, contractual capacity, free consent, legality of objects; Void
agreements; Discharge of contract – modes of discharge including breach and its remedies;
Contingent contracts; Quasi – contracts; Contract of indemnity and guarantee; Contract of
bailment; Contract of agency
UNIT II – The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
8 Lectures
Contract of sale, meaning and difference between sale and agreement to sell; Conditions and
warranties; Transfer of ownership in goods including sale by non-owners; Unpaid seller –
meaning and rights of an unpaid seller against the goods and the buyer.
UNIT III – The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
15 Lectures
Salient features of LLP; Difference between LLP and partnership, LLP and company; LLP
agreement; Nature of LLP; Partners and designated partners; Incorporation document;
Incorporation by registration; Registered office of LLP and change therein; Change of name;
Partners and their relations; Extent and limitation of liability of LLP and partners; Whistle
blowing; Contributions; Financial disclosures; Annual return; Taxation of LLP; Conversion
to LLP; Winding up and dissolution.
UNIT IV – The Information Technology Act, 2000
10 Lectures
Definitions under the Act; Digital signature; Electronic governance; Attribution,
acknowledgement and dispatch of electronic records; Regulation of certifying authorities;
Digital signatures certificates; Duties of subscribers; Penalties and adjudication; Appellate
Tribunal; and Offences.
READINGS:
Suggested Readings:
1. Lee Reach, Business Laws, Oxford University Press, UK
DISCIPLINE COURSE I
________________________________________


2. Singh, Avtar, The Principles of Mercantile Law, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow.
3. Tulsian P.C, Business Law, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
4. Sharma J. P., and Sunaina Kanojia, Business Laws, Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi.

SEMESTER I
PAPER: DISCIPLINE COURSE I - 2: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & AUDITING
Marks: 100 (Theory = 75, Internal Assessment = 25)
Objective: The objective of this paper is to help students to acquire conceptual knowledge of
financial accounting and auditing and to impart skills for recording various kinds of business
transactions.
Lectures: 48
UNIT I:
2 Lectures
Accounting Theory: Accounting Concepts, Accounting Conventions, Accounting Standards.
Brief Introduction of AS-1, AS-9 and IFRS.
UNIT II:
6 Lectures
Measurement of Income.Inventory Valuation (FIFO, LIFO and Weighted Average only;
AS-2). Depreciation (SLM, WDV and change of methods only; AS-6)
UNIT III:
5 Lectures
Accounting Cycle: From recording of transactions to preparation of financial statements of
proprietary enterprises.
UNIT IV:
5 Lectures
Partnership and Consignment Account.
UNIT V:
5 Lectures
Joint Venture excluding Memorandum Method.
UNIT VI:
7 Lectures
Preparation of Branch Accounts. Debtors System; Stock and Debtors system.
UNIT VII:
8 Lectures
Accounting for Hire Purchase System.
UNIT VIII:
10 Lectures
Auditing: (1) Meaning, Objective
(2) Audit Procedure: Vouching and Verification of Assets & Liabilities




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