Mcom Admission

Special Round of online Admission 2018-2019 (Only for old IDOL students) . Sci, & M.Com students whose result declared in September 2018 · For Convenience of Admission seekers the procedure for admission to M.Com program is described as follows: I. Online Registration. II. Category (A & B). III.

M.Com Admission 2019 – Master of Commerce Admission Notification from Top Universities. A Guide to Master of Commerce admissions in India 2019


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Mcom Admission Mumbai University 2018-19

Below you will find MCom Admission 2018-19 Notification, Application Form and Eligibility Criteria. The M.Com. Admissions 2018 are soon to start for the year 2018 for the various institutes and universities of India. The master in commerce is offered by many universities in India. Commerce graduates can get admissions in the M. Com. courses if they satisfy the eligibility criteria as imposed by the college authorities. Candidates must fill the application form of the respective college and appear for the entrance examination to take admission into the M. Com. course. More details about the M. Com. Admissions from the content given below.

MCom Admissions 2018 Eligibility Criteria:-

The M. Com. Admissions require the candidates to satisfy all the norms mentioned under the eligibility criteria of the course by the various colleges and universities. The eligibility criteria are nothing but some necessary conditions set up by the admission authorities. These are required to be fulfilled by the candidates. Only then, they shall be seen as eligible for the course. The eligibility conditions for the M. Com. Admissions 2018 have been given a follows. Candidates must satisfy any one of these to be eligible.

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• The candidates must possess a graduation degree in B.Com. (Hons) from a recognised university with at least 50% marks.
• The candidates must possess a graduation degree in B.Com. (Pass) from a recognised university with at least 55% marks.
• Candidates must hold a graduation degree in Bachelor of Arts in economics from a recognised university with minimum 50% marks.
• Candidates must have passed BBS, BBA,BFIA and BBE degree courses from a recognised university with minimum 60% marks.

M. Com. Admissions 2018 Admission Procedure:-

Candidates those who wish to avail the M. Com. Admissions 2018 will have to fill the application form of the respective institute that offers this course. In some cases, admission will be conducted on the basis of an entrance test or it may be conducted directly through a counselling round for the private colleges. There are various universities that provide the correspondence courses in M. Com. Some of the top universities offering the Master of Commerce are as follows.

• Delhi University
• IGNOU
• University of Calcutta
• Panjab University
• Mangalore University
• Rayalaseema University
• GJU, Hisar
• JVWU, Jaipur
• Kakatiya University
• Alagappa University
• University of Calicut
• KUVEMPU University etc.


Mcom Admission Last Date

Description: The Department runs the prime course of Master of Commerce since its inception in 1967. The rigour in curriculum and pedagogy has brought laurels to the department and this is one of the prestigious courses in the country in its own domain. With the prime objective of creating world class academic in the field of commerce and business, this course has very well responded to the needs of industry and administration. This gets vouched as Alumni of the Department are well placed in business, academics and administration all across the globe.

Admission Procedure

The admission to students is offered through two modes, Direct admission (Category A) and through Entrance Test (Category B). For convenience of admission seekers the procedure for admission to M.Com program is described as follows:

I.        Online Registration

II.        Category (A & B)

III.        Eligibility Criteria

IV.        Required Documents at the time of admission

V.        Entrance Test

VI.        Admission Process

VII.        Fees

  1. Online Registration

All applicants irrespective of category are required to fill online registration form. There is no offline mode of filling the forms. For filling online application, please visit University of Delhi Admission seekers are required, on their own, to visit the websites and admission portal for updates and details of admission schedule and dates.

 II.          Category: There are two categories for admission namely A and B

Category A- Direct Admissions– Under this category the admission is offered to the candidates based on merit of marks in undergraduate course. The candidates seeking admission under this category are required to fulfill the eligibility criteria mentioned below (in III). Based on the merit in the under-graduate course, separate merit lists is prepared for the general as well as reserved categories of the students.

However, fulfilling the eligibility and securing the required percentage of marks (stated above) does not ensure automatic direct admission. This is because; the total number of candidates fulfilling the eligibility and securing the qualifying marks (above) exceeds the available seats under this category.

 Category B- Through Entrance Test- Under this category admission is granted to the applicant through a common entrance test conducted by the University of Delhi.  Based on the scores in the entrance test, separate merit lists is prepared for the general as well as reserved categories of the students.

Name of Department Courses Eligibility Criteria
Category A (Direct Admission) Category B (Entrance test) (The degrees referred herein shall be from University of Delhi or any other University recognized and  equivalent there to)   Interview, GD, if any
Department of Commerce M.Com.
  • B.Com (H) from University of Delhi
  • 65% for General Category
  • 58.5% for OBC Category
  • 60% for Sports, CW and PWD Category
  • Minimum passing marks for SC & ST category
  • B.Com (Pass) or B.Com (Degree) from University of Delhi
  • 70% for General Category
  • 63% for OBC Category
  • 65% for Sports, CW and PWD Category
  • Minimum passing marks for SC & ST category
  • B.Com (H) and B.A. (Hons.) Economics
  • 50% for General Category
  • 45% for OBC Category
  • 45% for Sports, CW and PWD Category
  • B.Com (Pass) or B.Com (Degree)
  • 55% for General Category
  • 49.5% for OBC Category
  • 50% for Sports, CW and PWD Category
  • B.B.S., B.B.A., B.I.F.A. and B.B.E.
  • 60%for General Category
  • 54% for OBC Category
  • 55% for Sports,  CW and PWD Category

Minimum passing marks of the qualifying examination concerned of University of Delhi for SC &ST category

Not Applicable

IV.        Required documents at the time of Admission-

Shortlisted candidates under both categories are required to bring following documents along with completed application form at the time of admission:

  1. Original and attested copy of the certificate showing the marks obtained in the last University examination.
  2. Original and attested copy of the character certificate from the Principal of the college last attended.
  3. Original and attested copy of Senior Secondary certificate.
  4. An attested copy of the matriculation or other certificate evidencing the date of birth.
  5. In case of students coming from other University, migration certificate from that University. Please not this document in original is required at the time of admission only.
  6. Three copies of a recent passport-size photograph, duly attested.
  7. Original and attested copy of the Category Certificate (in case of SC, ST, OBC, PWD, and CW category).

Note:

  1. Original documents are required to be submitted at the time of admission. The original documents are retained by the Department/College.
  2. Doing some other course of the University with the M.Com. Course is not permitted.
  3. Please ensure certificate under point ‘g’ is in order as per University of Delhi requirements.

 

   V.        Entrance Test (Duration and scope; marks of entrance test, and interview, if any)

Entrance Test is of 2 hours duration and shall carry 400 marks. The written test shall be based on the following syllabus and shall contain 100 objective type questions, 25 questions broadly from each of the four  units:

Unit 1. Economics (including Micro Economics, Macro Economics, and Problems of Indian Economy)

Unit 2. Accounting (including Financial Accounting, Corporate Accounting, Cost Accounting, and Management Accounting)

Unit 3. Business Statistics and Mathematics

Unit 4. Business Organization, Management, Business Law, Company Law and Income Tax Law

Each of the Four units carry equal weights. The above syllabus is drawn from the current B.Com (Hons.) course of University of Delhi (graduating this year).

Each question would carry four mark and a wrong answer would result in negative marking of 1 mark.

 Date of Entrance Test- The date of Entrance Test would be as per University of Delhi notification.

  VI.        Admission Process:

  1. The Admission process and the schedule would be as per the University of Delhi notification.
  2. For allocation and reallocation of seats to candidates, the policy of the University of Delhi shall be followed.
  3. To reiterate students must produce all original documents  at the time of  admission.
  4. The decision of the Admission Committee shall be final in  the admission to M.Com course l.
  5. In case of tie for admission in Direct and Entrance test category, the laid down procedure of the University shall be followed.

 VII.        Fees:

  1. * The students enrolled for M.Com in the Department of Commerce, shall pay a fees of Rs. 4001.
  2. * Students admitted to colleges other than Department of Commerce, shall pay the relevant fees according to the fee structure of their respective colleges.
  3. All the students are required to deposit a demand draft of Rs. 500 drawn in favor of ‘Head of Department, Journal and other publications’ account maintained by the Department of Commerce, DSE. This account will be used towards publications, convention, and holding special seminars during the year.

* Fee is to be paid online. The decision of the University shall be final in this regard.

No. of seats available in each category

CATEGORY Total Seats Seats in Category A(Direct) Seats in Category B(Entrance)
General 181 88 93
SC 54 26 28
ST 27 13 14
OBC 97 47 50
Total 359 174 185

 


Supernumerary seats

CATEGORY Total Seats Seats in Category A(Direct) Seats inCategory B (Entrance)
CW 18 09 09
PWD 18 09 09
Sports/ ECA Upto 18 (Upto 5%) 09 09
FS 18

 Note: The eligibility condition and number of seats under various Reserved Categories shall be as per the proportionate reservation as provided under University rules.

Total number of seats allocated for M. Com. (Regular) admission (including General, SC, ST and OBC) in the Academic Year 2017-18 at various colleges and department were as follows:

S.No. Name of the institution                                     Total Seats Seats in Category A(Direct) Seats in Category B(Entrance)
Department of Commerce, (DSE) 93 46 47
Shri Ram College of Commerce 40 20 20
Hans Raj College 31 15 16
Ramjas College 23 11 12
Hindu College 16 08 08
SGTB Khalsa (Day) College 08 04 04
Rajdhani College 16 07 09
Zakir Hussain (Day) College 16 07 09
Janki Devi Memorial College 16 08 08
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College 11 05 06
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce 09 04 05
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College 23 11 12
Motilal Nehru College 23 11 12
PGDAV (Day) College 09 05 04
ARSD College 16 08 08
Desh Bandhu College 09 04 05
Total 359 174 185

Last Date For Mcom Admission Mumbai University

Mumbai University Admission Dates 2019
Course Name Application Start Date Application End Date
Ph.D. April 19, 2019 April 30, 2019
M.Phil May 02, 2019 July 28, 2019
MCA/ B.Sc (IT) (IDOL) October 10, 2019
Other Courses (IDOL) October 31, 2019

Du Mcom Entrance Syllabus

Syllabus for Delhi University M.Com Entrance Test
Micro Economics

  • Demand & Supply
  • Consumer Theory
  • Production and Cost
  • Market Structures
  • Perfect Competition
  • Imperfect Competition
  • Income Distribution and Factor Pricing

Macro Economics

  • National Income Determination
  • Fiscal Policy
  • GDP and Price Level in Short and Long Run
  • Money in a Modern Economy
  • IS – LM Analysis

Indian Economy

  • Foreign Trade
  • Price
  • Industry Policy

Financial Accounting

  • Basic Concepts
  • Accounting Process
  • Final Accounts of Nonprofit Organization
  • Consignment and Joint Venture Accounts
  • Depreciation Accounting
  • Inland Branches
  • Dissolution of Partnership Firms

Corporate Accounting

  • Accounting for share capital
  • Redemption of preference shares
  • Issue and Redemption of Debentures
  • Final Accounts of Limited Liability Companies
  • Accounting for Amalgamation of Companies
  • Accounting for Internal Reconstruction
  • Cash Flow Statements
  • Financial Statements Analysis
  • Operating profit ratio

Cost Accounting

  • Cost concepts and classifications
  • Accounting and Control of Material Cost
  • Accounting and Control of Labour Cost
  • Methods of Costing
  • Reconciliation of Cost and Financial Accounts
  • Marginal Costing
  • Budgetary Control

Business Statistics

  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Positional Averages
  • Correlation
  • Regression
  • Index Numbers
  • Time Series Analysis

Business Mathematics

  • Matrices and Determinants
  • Calculus
  • Basic Mathematics of Finance

Business Organization

  • Business System and Contemporary Business Environment
  • The Process of Management
  • Leadership
  • Conceptual Framework of Marketing Management

Business and Industrial Laws

  • The Indian Contract Act, 1872
  • The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
  • The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
  • Payment of Wages Act, 1936
  • The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
  • Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

  • Important Personality
  • Sports
  • Business
  • Events of National Importance
  • Economy

Reference books for Micro Economics

  • Micro Economics, an Advanced Treatise by SPS Chauhan
  • Principal of Economics by R. G. Lipsey and K. A. Chrystal
  • Microeconomic Theory by Gould Johnl and Edward P. Lazeor

Reference books for Macro Economics

  • Principal of Economics by R. G. Lipsey and K. A. Chrystal
  • Macroeconomic by Dornbusch Rudiger and Stanley Fisher

Reference books for Indian Economy

  • Economics Development in the Third World by M. A. Todaro
  • Indian Economy, Performance and Policies by Deepashree

Reference books for Financial Accounting

  • Basic Financial Accounting by J.R Monga
  • Financial Accounting by S. N. Maheshwari
  • Fundamentals of Financial Accounting by Ashok Sehgal and Deepak Sehgal

Reference books for Corporate Accounting

  • Basic Corporate Accounting by J.R Monga
  • Corporate Accounting by M.C., Shukla, T.S. Grewal and S.C. Gupta
  • Corporate Accounting by S.N. Maheshwari, and S.K. Maheshwari

Reference books for Cost Accounting

  • Cost Accounting, Principles, Methods and Techniques by B.M. Lall Nigam and I.C. Jain
  • Fundamentals of Cost Accounting by H. V. Jhamb
  • Cost Accounting by M.C. Shukla, T.S. Grewal and M P. Gupta

Reference books for Business Statistics

  • Fundamentals of Statistics by S.C. Gupta
  • Statistics for Management by Richard Levin and David S. Rubin

Reference books for Business Mathematics

  • Business Mathematics by J. K. Sharma
  • Business Mathematics by J. K. Singh
  • Mathematics for Economics by E.T. Dowling

Reference books for Business Organization

  • Modern Business Organisation by Shankar, Gauri
  • Principles of Management by Tripathi, P.C
  • Concepts of Business: An Introduction to Business System by Bushkirk, R.H
  • Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning, Implementation &Control by 8. Kotler, Philip

Reference books for Business and Industrial Laws

  • Business and Industrial Laws by J. P. Sharma, Sunaina Kanojia
  • Business Laws by M.C. Kuchhal
  • Business Law by P.C. Tulsian
  • Students Guide to Mercantile and Commercial Laws by Rohini Aggarwal

Reference books for General Knowledge and Current Affairs

  • Ramesh General Knowledge & Current Affairs
  • Upkars General Knowledge Current Affairs Whos Who
  • Arihant Objective General Knowledge

Mcom Admission 2018

Master of Commerce or M.Com is a 2-year post- graduate Master’s degree which focuses on Commerce, Accounting, Management and Economics related subjects. The course mainly includes thesis based components and there may be some research-based elements included.

Master of Commerce (M.Com): Course Highlights

Mentioned below are some major highlights of the course.

Course Level Postgraduate
Duration 2 years
Examination type Semester system
Eligibility Bachelor’s degree in Commerce
Admission Process Merit based
Top Recruiting Companies YES Bank, Canara Bank, Export –Import Bank, India, Snapdeal, Hindustan Unilever Ltd., Nestle India, Cadbury India, Asian Paints India etc.
Job Profiles Accountant, Finance manager, Operations manager, Financial analyst, Assistant finance manager, Account executive and others such
Course Fee INR 3700 to 12,000
Average Starting Salary INR 15,000 to 25,000

Master of Commerce (M.Com): Syllabus and Course Description

Ideally M.Com. course consists of core courses and electives. While core courses relate to fundamental concepts of commerce, electives are generally associated with specific knowledge and skills. Mostly all colleges offering M.Com. follow same structure. Methods of education include lectures, seminars, classroom study and discussion, individual and group projects, case studies, and internship.

Paper     Topics Objectives
Organization Theory and Behavior
  • Organizational Theories and Behavior: Classical, Neo-classical and Contemporary
  • Authority, Power, status, formal and informal structure. Flat and Tall structures
  • Bureaucratization of organizations. Organizational Behavior-concepts, determinants
  • Models, challenges and opportunities of OB
The objective of the course is to develop a theoretical understanding about the structure and behavior of organization as it develops over time. The Course will also help students realize the competitiveness for firms.
Statistical Analysis
  • Probability and Expectation: Approaches to probability. Addition, multiplication and Bayes Theorem, Mathematical Expectation.
  • Probability Distribution: Binomial, Poisson, Exponential, Beta and Normal Distributions.
  • Statistical Decision Theory
The objective of this course is to acquaint students with some of the important statistical techniques for managerial decision making .The emphasis will be on their applications to business and economic situations.
Economic Analysis
  • Firm and its objectives: Theories of the firm, managerial theories, behavioral approaches, growth theories, satisfying theory etc. Relevance of profit maximization in the modern context.
  • Consumer Behavior: Determination of demand. The type of goods and the demand function. Indifference curve analysis, Indifference preference, and Slutsky’s analysis of demand, Revealed preference, theory of attributes, snob appeal, band wagon effect and the demand function. Inter – temporal demand function. Demand for durable goods.
This course helps students learn the concepts of micro-economic theory and their use in business decision making. The effort is to make them capable of using various concepts to deal with business problems in a globalized economic Environment.
Financial Management and Policy
  • Financial Management: Nature, objectives and scope; financial decision-making and types of financial decisions; role of a finance manager in a firm and Agency problem. Risk-Return framework for financial decision-making.
  • Capital Budgeting Decisions: Nature and Kinds of Capital Budgeting Decisions; techniques of evaluating capital budgeting decisions, capital budgeting decisions under constraints and with multiple objectives using Mathematical Programming Models.
The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the basic analytical

Techniques and methods of financial management of business firms. The course also provides students the exposure to certain sophisticated and analytical techniques that are used for taking financial policy decisions.

Managerial Accounting
  • Management Accounting – Nature and Functions; Financial vs. Management Accounting; Cost vs. Management Accounting; Role of Management Accountant.
  • Cost Concepts and Classifications.
  • Activity Based Product Costing – Concept and uses; Emerging Costing Approaches.
  • Variable and Absorption Costing – Concept, Comparison, Applications of Variable Costing, Preparation of Income Statement
The objective of this course is to enable students to acquire sound Knowledge of concepts, methods and techniques of management accounting and to make the students develop competence with their usage in managerial decision making and control.
Business Environment
  • Basic IS-LM frame-work, Asset markets, the demand for and the supply of real balances and their interest elasticity’s. Implications of modified IS and LM functions on relative efficacy of fiscal and monetary policies. Short and long run aggregate supply and shifts in aggregate supply. Aggregate demand, aggregate supply and the price level. Interaction of aggregate demand and aggregate supply and the determination of real income. Shifts in aggregate demand, demand management policies.
  • Exchange rate regimes, foreign exchange markets, Asset choices in an open economy and capital flows. Trade flows, External balances, IS-LM-BOP curve analysis and implications for policy choices.
  • Expectations and Economic Behavior.
This course introduces  the concepts of macro-economic and the macro environment in which a business organization operates.

 

Quantitative Techniques for Business  Decisions
  • Introduction: Quantitative approach to management decision making.
  • Linear Programming.
  • Transportation: Solving the problem, testing optimality MODI method.
  • Integer Programming: Problem Formulation and solution.
In this course students learn the use of quantitative models in decision making.
Marketing Management
  • Introduction : Traditional view of marketing; Evolution of marketing concept; Modern concept of marketing; Marketing functions and role; Marketing management process- a strategic perspective.
  • Marketing Environment.
  • Buyer behavior
This course familiarizes the students with the basic concepts and principles of marketing and to develop their conceptual and analytical skills to be able to manage marketing operations of a business firm.
Strategic Management
  • Introduction: Concept and Role of Corporate Strategy. Levels of Strategy. Basic Model of Strategic Management
  • Strategic Analysis: Analysis of Broad Environment- Environmental Profile; Constructing Scenarios
  • Strategic Choice
  • Strategic Implementation
This course helps students develop an understanding of the basic inputs in making and implementing corporate strategic decisions and also familiarize them with the issues and practices involved.
Accounting Theory and Practice
  • Accounting Theory: Nature and Scope. Accounting methodology. Different approaches to theory construction.
  • Conceptual framework of financial accounting and reporting.
  • Issues in accounting standard setting. Accounting standards in India. Income concepts for financial reporting
The course aims at acquainting the students with a coherent set of logical principles and a general frame of reference for evaluation and development of sound accounting practices.
International Business
  • International Business: Its Importance, nature and scope; Modes of entry into international business; Management of international business operations –complexities and issues; IT and international business, India’s involvement in International Business.
  • Theoretical Foundations of International Trade: Reasons for international trade; theories of international trade; Gains from trade; foreign trade multiplier; Terms of trade.
The purpose of this paper is to acquaint the students with nature, scope, structure and operations of international business and familiarize them with trends and developments

in India’s foreign trade and investments and policy framework.

Human Resource Management
  • Nature of Human Resource Management, concepts, functions, themes and controversies
  • HRM, Job Analysis and Job Design
  • Business Strategy and Human Resource Strategy
In this course students learn techniques and principles to manage human resource of an organization. This knowledge would make the students capable of employing these techniques to harness the best of each individual working in the organization.

After completion of Master of Commerce program, a student can also find employment in both Private and Public Sector. An M.Com. degree holder can look for a career opportunity in public sector in various nationalized banks like State Bank of India, Union Bank etc. Railway Recruitment Board recruits these postgraduates for the post of Assistant Accounts/Audit Officer.

In Private Sector too, they can find employment in many roles such as:

  • Accountant
  • Finance manager
  • Operation manager
  • Financial analyst
  • Assistant finance manager
  • Account executive

They can also join Heavy Engineering Corporation Limited (HEC Ltd) as Accounts assistant. With experience, they can move up to the position of Senior Accounts Executive, Senior Executive of Corporate Sales or even ERP Functional Executive. Some of the top recruiters in private sector for M.Com. are:

  • YES Bank
  • Canara Bank
  • Export –Import Bank, India
  • Snap deal
  • Hindustan Unilever Ltd.
  • Nestle India
  • Cadbury India
  • Asian Paints India

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