B.Com. (Accounting & Finance) (BAF)

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Bachelors of Commerce(Accounting and Finance)

Bachelors of Commerce(Accounting and Finance) is also called BAF it is an undergraduate course offered by the University of Mumbai that concentrates on higher studies in the domain of Accounting and Finances the topics that are covered under the study of BAF are taxation, auditing, risk management, financial accounting, business, law business communications, etc. The aim of the study of Bachelor of Accounting finance is to make prospects productive and innovative simultaneously and so for achieving this goal the course includes projects, field visits, presentations, etc.

The scope of BAF is very high because the study is based on the ideology of teaching skills for self-employment and making the candidate efficient to start their own startups. But apart from startups, the scope of BAF in jobs is also very high like there are lots of jobs a graduate under BAF can accomplish, as there are lots of career options available.

IMPORTANTACE OF BAF:
KEY FEATURES OF COURSE:

Eligibility Criteria:

Admission Procedure:

Candidates can fill the Mumbai University application form either in online or offline mode for admission to the Degree course:

Online Mode:-

Offline Mode:-

An offline application form can also be completed by submitting the completely filled application form along with required documents to the college premises.

Documents Required For Admission: 

A list of documents which are needed to be submitted at the time of admission is mentioned below:

Academic course Structure:


SEM – I

SEM – II

SEM – III

SEM – IV

SEM – V

SEM – VI

Financial Accounting (Elements of Financial Accounting) - I

Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) - II

Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) - III

Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) - IV

Financial Accounting - V

Financial Accounting - VI

Cost Accounting (Introduction and Element of cost) - I

Auditing (Introduction and Planning) - I

Cost Accounting (Methods of Costing) - II

Wealth Management

Cost Accounting - IV

Cost Accounting - V

Financial Management (Introduction to Financial Management) - I

Taxation - I (Indirect Taxes I)

Auditing (Techniques of Auditing and Audit Procedures) - II

Auditing - III

Financial Management - II

Financial Management - III

Business Communication - I

Business Communication - II

Information Technology in Accountancy - I

Information Technology in Accountancy - II

International Finance - I

Financial Accounting - VII

Foundation Course - I

Foundation Course - II

Commerce (Financial Market Operations) - II

Management (Introduction to Management) - I

Management (Management Applications) - II

Economics (Indian Economy) - III

Commerce (Business Environment) - I

Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) - I

Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) - II

Business Law (Company Law) - III

Project Work – I

Project Work II

Business Economics - I

Business Mathematics

Business Economics - II

Research Methodology in Accounting and Finance



Skills Enhancement:

The management field demands students to have some particular skills to manage different types of work. These skills are inculcated among students throughout the three years degree course. Various Webinars, Seminars, Workshops, Guest lectures are provided for developing these skills. Check out the table below to know some of the skills inculcated after learning BAF below:

Skillsets Developed Throughout the Course:

Team Player

Professional Communication Skills and Behavioral Grooming

Writing Skills

Etiquette

Conversational Skills

Consulting and Problem Solving Skills

Selling

Negotiating

Persuading skills

Leadership Skills

Self-motivated

Critical and Analytical Thinking

Detail-oriented

Strong work ethic

Multi-tasking

Committed

Time management

Adaptability


VALUE ADDED COURSES
Certification Courses additional with the Course( No extra charges)
Training, Placement and Entrepreneurship Cell

Welcome to the Training and Placement Cell of Commerce and Management Department. The Placement Cell endeavors to become a link between the students and companies by building up their capacity and networking with Industries.

Objectives:

Department of Commerce and Management we always believe in providing our students with the right talent and personality to face the industry requirements. Our focus is on developing new approaches to attract the best from industry to our campus. The department makes continuous efforts to identify the needs of industries and students are trained accordingly to satisfy these needs to the maximum possible extent.

Management:

The Cell is headed by Dr. Rupali Jadhav. She has completed her UG in ACCOUNTS, MHRM, ECONOMICS, and PG in ACCOUNTS, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ETC, and Doctorate in ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A STUDY OF SELECTED COMPANIES IN WAGLE INDUSTRIAL AREA OF MIDC, THANE. She has 15 Years of Experience in the fraternity of Education

Highlights of the Training and Placement activities:

Placement cell regularly conducting following activities:

Career Prospect:

Nowadays it is easier to make a career in Bachelor of Accounting and Finance because companies are offering an internship that candidates can do for understanding the course better and get ready for the jobs, there is some internship mention below :

Just like an internship, there are many jobs offered by companies To a graduate under Accounting and Finance. With a good salary, good salaries.

OUR KEY RECRUITERS: