Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) : Three years integrated degree programme (Six semesters)
Bachelor of Arts (General) : Three years integrated degree programme (Six semesters)

Programme Outcome for Bachelor in Commerce (Honours):

PO1: In the field of professional education commerce graduates can pursue courses such as Charted Accountant (C.A.) Company Secretary (C.S.) Certified Public Accountant (C.P.A.) Certified Management Accountant (C.M.A) etc.

PO2: In the field of professional education commerce graduates can pursue courses such as Cost and Management Accountant (C.M.A.), Company Secretary (C.S.), Cost and Work Accountant (CWA), Certified Public Accountant (C.P.A.) Certified Management Accountant (C.M.A) etc.

PO3: In the areas of Jobs commerce graduates student can pick jobs: In Banking and Insurance companies, in private and public organization and as an accountant in private and public sector.

PO4: In the area of consultancy, commerce graduate can also opt careers as account consultant, Management consultant, Tax and GST consultant in current era of business, Financial Consultants, Stock Brokers, Merchant Bankers, Budget Consultant, Financial Portfolio Manager, Project Formulation Manager.

PO5: Commerce graduate can venture in to a business with the commerce base and can also create job opportunities for others.

Programme Outcome for Bachelor in Arts (General):

PO1: Communication Skills : A graduate student in arts/social sciences/humanities shall be confident to speak, write, read, listen and understand  the English language and one or more Indian languages. Relate the ideas, knowledge, books, and people. Think and decide rationally, and adopt technology and electronic/print media in disseminating thoughts, facts and realities.

PO2: Social responsibility: Develops an obligation to act for the benefit of society at large. Cultivates the responsibility to maintain a balance between the economy and the ecosystems. Nurtures a moral obligation to minimize the adverse effect on those immediately around them.

PO3: Critical, logical and rational thinking: Acquire the ability for objective, rational, skeptical, logical, and unbiased analysis of factual evidences to form a judgment or conclusion. Enhance the process of rational thinking, problem solving and analytical evaluation from different perspectives.

PO4: Enlightened and effective Citizenship: Cultivates progressive citizenship for a knowledge society for peace and prosperity of nations and the world. Develops clear, rational and progressive thinking. Participating in decision-making concerning the society and upholding national development, integrity, unity and fraternity.

PO5: Values and Ethics: Recognizes the importance, worth and usefulness of principles and standards of behaviour, moral dimensions of one’s own decisions ad judgment of what is important in life. Understand the rules of behaviour based on systematizing, defending and recommending the concepts of right and wrong.

PO6: Sustainable development: Understands, organizes and promotes the principle of human development goals by  sustaining the ability of natural systems, natural resources and ecosystem services upon which the economy and society depends.

PO7: Life-long process of Learning: Cultivates the proficiency to engage in independent, life-long and progressive learning abilities in the broadest context of changing socio-politico-economic-cultural and technological scenario.


The degree programme shall be based on the system of time integrated Units called credits, under CBCS.

  1. The Programme shall comprise courses such as Core, Elective and Ability Enhancement.
  2. A credit shall consist of 15 clock hours of theory of one hour duration each or 15 practical classes of two hours duration each, per semester or its equivalent. Field work and such other as recommended by the Board of Studies shall be considered under practical category for calculating credits and work load.
  3. One credit shall carry a maximum of 25 marks.
  4. A student shall be eligible for award of Bachelor’s degree on successful completion of minimum of 132 credits to be completed over a minimum of six semesters. A student shall be eligible for the award of the Bachelor’s Degree Honours on successful completion of 148 credits, to be completed over a minimum of six semesters.