Master of Commerce (M.COM)

  • The main objective of offering M.Com programme under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) is to train manpower required for Teaching, Research, and Industry requirements. After completing M.Com programme, the candidate should be able to join in teaching profession as an assistant professor, join in research in any of the Universities/Institutions for PhD programme and join the corporate world, in sectors such as Banking, Insurance, Securities Market, IT enabled services and Manufacturing at managerial level positions in the areas of Accounting, Finance, Taxation, Marketing and Human Resources or start their own enterprises.

    No. of. Seats: 45
  • To seek admission to M.Com programme a candidate must have passed B.Com programme with at least 40%. The admission is granted to the candidates applied for based on percentage of marks obtained at  B.Com in the order of merit. The candidate admitted are expected to possess the basic knowledge in the area of all the commerce courses covered at B.Com level.

    Candidates are required to possess a Laptop during their Coursework of the M. Com. Programme.

  • FEE STRUCTURE (2017-18)

    M.Com(Part I)
    Particulars
    Tuition fees 39000
    Library Fees 1500
    Gymkhana Fees/Sports Aff. Fee 400
    Other Fees/Student Activities 400
    Library Deposit 60
    Caution Money Deposit 60
    Laboratory Practical/ Lab Fees 1000
    Registration Fees / I Card (for SY/TY) -
    University Administration Fees 1000
    Development Fees 1000
    Examination Fees -
    Statement of marks / I.T. Fees -
    Student Aid Fund 120
    PTA Fees 100
    Total 44640

    IMPORTANT: THE FEE STRUCTURE IS PURELY TENTATIVE AND IS LIKELY TO CHANGE BASED ON THE FEES ANNOUNCED BY GOA UNIVERSITY / GOVERNMENT OF GOA.

    ALL RULES RELATING TO REFUND OF FEES ARE AVAILABLE ON THE COLLEGE WEBSITE.

  • Course Code                   Course Name    Credits
    COC101 Advanced Financial Management 4
    COC102 Research Methodology and Statistical Analysis 4
    COC103 Managerial Accounting 4
    COC104 Capital Markets 4
    COC105 Business Policy and Strategic Management 4
    COC201 Corporate Accounting 4
    COC202 Organizational Behaviour 4
    COC203 Marketing Management 4
    COC204 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 4
    COC205 Business Statistics and Econometrics for Managers 4
    Specialization courses
    The students are required to opt for 5 papers during the third semester and 5 papers during the fourth semester from one of the two specializations.
    Accounting & Finance
    Course Code  Course Name Credits
    COO3A1 Corporate Tax Planning and Management 4
    COO3A2 Cost Management and Control 4
    COO3A3 Financial Services 4
    COO3A4 International Business 4
    COO3A5 Banking Operations and Management 4
    COO4A1 Indirect Taxes 4
    COO4A2 Derivatives Market 4
    COO4A3 International Financial Management 4
    COO4A4 Management of Financial Services 4
    COO4A5 Insurance Management 4
    Business Management
     Course Code  Course Name  Credits
    COO3B1 Retail Marketing 4
    COO3B2 Human Resource Development 4
    COO3B3 Advertising and Sales Management 4
    COO3B4 Materials Management 4
    COO3B5 Business Environment and Policy 4
    COO4B1 Entrepreneurship Development 4
    COO4B2 Tourism and Travel Management 4
    COO4B3 Services Marketing 4
    COO4B4 International Trade and Environment 4
    COO4B5 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 4
    Field-based Compulsory Courses
    Course Code Number Course Name Credits
    COO4D Dissertation 8
    Summer Training:
    At the end of 2nd semester, students will have to undergo four weeks(10th May to 10th June) summer training to gain on the job experience in commercial / industrial organisations / finance & investment companies / professional firms such as CA’s, Stock Brokers, Project management Consultants / small and medium  enterprises in Goa or outside. At the end of the summer training, students shall be required to produce a certificate of experience for duration of four weeks to become eligible for admission to the second year M.Com Course.
  • A. The student‟s performance at each paper will be evaluated as below:

    In-Semester Assessment (ISA)- 50 marks
    2 tests of 15 marks each- 30 marks
    Tutor Marked Assignment- 10 marks
    Seminar Presentation- 10 marks

    Semester-End Assessment (SEA)- 50 marks

    STANDARD OF PASSING & GRADING

    1. A student shall obtain a total of at least 40 out of 100 marks in the ISA & SEA components taken together in each paper to be declared as passed.
    2. A Student shall obtain a minimum of 20 out of 50 marks at the ISA for each paper to be declared as passed.
    3. A Student shall obtain a minimum of 20 out of 50 marks at the SEA for each paper to be declared as passed.
    4. Grace marks shall be awarded as per Goa University Ordinance as applicable to other post graduate programmes of the University

    Grading

    To be declared successful, a candidate has to secure at least 40 percent of the marks assigned to a particular course. The grade obtained by a student at the end of the M.Com programme shall be determined by the percentage of aggregate marks obtained by him in all the courses. The grades to be so awarded are as follows:

    70% and above – Grade O (Outstanding)

    65% to Less than 70% – Grade A+

    60% to Less than 65% – Grade A

    55% to Less than 60% – Grade B+

    50% to Less than 55% – Grade B

    40% to Less than 50% – Grade C

    Below 40% – Grade F (Fail)