Curriculum

Senior

B.Com.
1.  F.Y.B.Com:
Compulsory Group Optional Group: Any one of the following
  • Functional English
  • Financial Accounting
  • Business Economics (Micro)
  • Banking & Finance
  • Marketing & Salesmanship
  • Additional English
  • Mathematics & Statistics
  • Computer Concepts & Programming


2.  S.Y.B.Com:
Compulsory Group Optional Group: Any one of the following:
  • Business Communication.
  • Corporate Accounting.
  • Business Economics (Macro)
  • Business Management
  • Elements of Company Law
  • Cost & Works Accounting. Paper I
  • Marketing Management. Paper I



3.  T.Y.B.Com:
Compulsory Group Optional Group: As mentioned in second year.
  • Business Regulatory  frame work (M. Law)
  • Advanced Accountancy
  • Indian & Global Economics
  • Auditing and taxation
  • Cost & Works Accounting. Paper II
  • Cost & Works Accounting. Paper III
  • Marketing Management. Paper II
  • Marketing Management. Paper III

Note: For more details please refer Pune University website: www.unipune.ac.in

Bachelor of Arts (B.A)

F.Y.B.A.

  • Group - A. Compulsory English
  • Group - C. Hindi
  • Group - D. Economics
  • Group - E. Politics
  • Group - F. History
  • Group - J. Optional English
  • Group - K. Sociology
Note:
  • Group 'A' is compulsory
  • Students may offer Optional English from Group 'J' alone or in combination with Group 'C'.
  • And any 4 subjects from remaining groups.

S.Y.B.A.

  • Compulsory English
  • Same 5 subjects offered in the First year.
    (Hindi, Optional English, Politics, Economics, History, Sociology)

T.Y.B.A.

  • Compulsory English
  • Same 5 subjects offered in the First and Second year.
    (Hindi, Optional English, Politics, Economics, History, Sociology)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Bachelor of Business Administration (Affiliated to University of Pune)

B.B.A. is a three year undergraduate programme which aims at developing a student’s intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate blending of general education with business. It helps the student in understanding business and corporate environment around him, in developing the unique leadership qualities for successfully managing business operations, an organizational unit or an enterprise. This programme caters to the needs of the young talented and bright persons who have completed 10+2.

Course Objective: This course is designed for those, who are seeking to prepare themselves for managerial responsibilities. This will help them to develop their ability to recognize and solve problems and understand the role of business in the ever changing scenario.

Eligibility for Admission: Candidates seeking admission to this programme must have passed 10+2 (or its equivalent) examination from a recognized Board with at least 45% from any stream with English as one of the subjects. Diploma holders in Pharmacy/any diploma of three years (after SSC) are also eligible.

***Available Specializations ***
A. Finance
B. Marketing
C. Human Resource Management

First Year (F.Y)
Semester-I Semester-II
  • Business Organisation & System.
  • Business Communication Skills.
  • Business Accounting.
  • Business Economics (Micro). 
  • Business Mathematics.
  • Business Demography & Environmental Studies.
  • Principles of Managements.
  • Principles of Marketing.
  • Principles of Finance.
  • Basics of Cost Accounting.
  • Business Statistics.
  • Business Informatics.

Second Year (S.Y)
Semester-III Semester-IV
  • Personality Development.
  • Business Laws.
  • Human Resource Management & Organisation Behaviors.
  • Management Accounting.
  • Business Economic (Macro).
  • I.T.in Management.
  • Production & Operations Management.
  • Industrial Relations & Labour laws.
  • Business Taxation.
  • International Business.
  • Management Information System.
  • Business Exposure (Field Visits).

Third Year (T.Y)
Semester-V Semester-VI
  • Supply & Chain logistics.
  • Entrepreneurship Development.
  • Business Ethics.
  • Research Methodology (Tools & Analysis)
  • Specialisation –I.
  • Specialisation –II.
  • Business Planning & Project Management.
  • Event Management.
  • Management Control System.
  • E- Commerce
  • Specialisation –III.
  • Specialisation – IV.

Note: For more details please refer Pune University website: www.unipune.ac.in

Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC)

Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC) (Affiliated to Savitribai Phule, Pune University)

The Master's course is designed for students who wish to take up careers in mass media. The course will provide a thorough grounding in communication and journalism theories and mass media research. The syllabus is designed to incorporate the latest developments in the ever-changing media sector in classroom teaching.

Course Objective: To hone the journalistic and research skills through practical work, assignments, project reports, seminars, workshops and to acquaint students with advanced journalism and media practices.

To fully acquaint students with the need to maintain an even balance between practical, theoretical and conceptual aspects of media professions and lend them a critical understanding of the communication package as a whole.

To offer appropriate grounding in the issues, ideas and challenges of 21st century thereby broadening the world view of the future media practitioners.

To develop multi-tasking skills required in the dynamic multi-media and convergent environment.

Eligibility for Admission: Candidates seeking admission to this programme must have passed any graduation from a recognized university.

Admission Process: Personal Interview

Syllabus:

First Year (F.Y)
Semester-I Semester-II
  • 101 Language Skills for Media
  • 102 News Reporting and Writing (1)
  • 103 News Editing (1)
  • 104 Feature Writing (1)
  • 105 World View: Issues, Ideas and Challenges (1)
  • 106 Practical Work
  • 201 News Reporting (2)
  • 202 News Editing (2)
  • 203 Feature Writing (2)
  • 204 World View: Issues, Ideas and Challenges (2)
  • 205 Trends in Journalism
  • Any two out of 206, 207, 208
  • 206 TV Journalism (1)
  • 207 Radio Journalism (1)
  • 208 New Media (1)
  • 209 Practical Work

Second Year (S.Y)
Semester-III Semester-IV
  • 301 Communication: Theory and Practice
  • 302 Media Research Methods
  • 303 World View: Issues, Ideas and Challenges (3)
  • Any two out of 304, 305, 306
  • 304 TV Journalism (2)
  • 305 Radio Journalism (2)
  • 306 New Media (2)
  • Any one out of 307, 308, 309, 310
  • 307 Agriculture Journalism
  • 308 Development Journalism
  • 309 Environment Journalism
  • 310 Science Journalism
  • 311 Practical work
  • 401 Media Management and Laws
  • 402 Principles and Ethics of Journalism
  • 403 World View: Issues, Idea and Challenges (4)
  • Any two out of 404, 405, 406, 407
  • 404 Advertising
  • 405 Public Relations
  • 406 Film Appreciation
  • 407 Magazine Journalism
  • Any one out of 408 to 411
  • 408 Business Journalism
  • 409 Culture Journalism
  • 410 Law, Order and Crime Journalism
  • 411 Sports Journalism
  • Any one out of 412 and 413
  • 412 Research Dissertation
  • 413 In-depth Reporting Project