BCom from bangalore university

BCom from bangalore university

Find everything to know about the BCom from Bangalore university here.

The Directorate of Correspondence Courses & Distance Education of Bangalore University was established in the year 1976.

Correspondence Scheme requires students to possess prescribed minimum educational qualifications for admission to each course, mentioned below. The printed study materials to assist the students will be provided. The various courses offered are: – B.A, B.Com, B.B.A, M.A (all Subjects except Sanskrit and French), M.Com, M.Sc (Mathematics), Diploma, P.G Diploma and Certificate Courses

Eligibility conditions for admission to B.Com. Course - Correspondence Scheme

Pass in the Two years Pre-University examination in Arts/ Commerce/Science (including Supplementary) examination conducted by the PreUniversity Education Board of Karnataka State (10+2 Pattern) or equivalent examination thereto With Commerce and Accountancy as optional subjects.

OR

A pass in any ofthe following examinations considered equivalent like:

Job oriented Pre-University Diploma Courses Conducted by the State Council for Vocational Education in Karnataka or other states which are considered as equivalent to two years of P.U.Cof Karnataka (10+2).

Diploma in Business administration conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Karnataka (10 + 3).

Graduates in Arts or Science shall also be eligible for admission to 1 st Year B.Com degree course.

Documents for admission

For all Categories of students

  • Two passport Size recent photograph for affixing on Application form.
  • Original Marks Cards of qualifying examination: for verification and return.
  • Original Caste Certificate -if applicable: for verification and Return
  • Proof of Age for seeking admission under Open university Scheme
  • Original Transfer Certificate-if available
  • Original Migration Certificate if applicable
  • No objection Certificate issued from the previous Institution if required.
  • One set of photocopies of all the marks cards & Cast Certificate for retention
Syllabus

1st YEAR

  • English (Compulsory Language)
  • Additional English
  • Financial Accounting
  • Organisational and Human Resources Management
  • Market Behaviour and cost Analysis
  • Corporate Administration
  • Quantitative Methods and Techniques for Business

2nd YEAR

  • English & Corporate Etiquette and Communication.
  • Additional English
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Marketing Management
  • Indian Financial System
  • Financial Management
  • Computer Fundamentals

3rd YEAR (All Compulsory papers)

  • Legal Aspects of Business
  • Cost Accounting
  • Income Tax
  • Entrepreneurship Development
  • Principles and Practice of Auditing
  • Accounting Group: 1. Advance Financial Accounting, / 2. Accounting for Business Decisions
  • Finance Group: 1. Corporate Financial Policy, / 2. International Finance

Total Marks for 1st and 2nd Year:700,

Min/Max for each paper:35/100**

COURSE FEES
HeadFees
Application FeeRs. 950/-
B.COM 1st YR

RS. 4960/-
B.COM 2nd YRRS. 4480/-
B.COM 3rd YRRS. 4660/-
  • Students who have passed the qualifying examination from Other Universities outside Karnataka State are required to payRs.1760/- in addition to other fee.
  • (REGISTRATION, STUDY MATERIALS, EXAMINATION/MARKS CARDS & POSTAL/ INTIMATION CHARGES)

FAQs

Answering some of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to ACCA in India.

ACCA Course or Qualification is offered globally by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants of UK, a global body for professional accountants. ACCA aims to offer business-relevant, first choice qualifications to people of application, ability and ambition globally who seek a rewarding career in accountancy, finance and management.

Both are professional accountancy courses. While CA is from India, ACCA is from the UK. 

Unfortunately, you cannot practice as an auditor in India. However, please note that only 5-10% of qualified CA’s practice in India. Most qualified CA’s enter corporates directly. ACCA’s are similarly eligible to work in all other fields.

No, 12th standard is the minimum qualification required to pursue ACCA. You will need an aggregate of 65% in Maths/Accounts and English and 50% in all other subjects.

We have provided the details of ACCA Exam fees, ACCA qualification and ACCA exemption fees above. Please give us a call at +919880224433 to know more about GFTI tuition fees.

If you are joining ACCA after 12th, you will have to write all 13 papers. However if you are joining ACCA after a degree or a professional course, you are exempted from writing all papers. 

Yes, you can pursue ACCA as long as you meet the eligibility criteria mentioned above.

Yes, you can. However, you will have to complete Foundation in Accountancy first which is an additional 3 exams.

There are two types of exams. The first 4 papers are On-demand exams and you can write them anytime at one of the valid CBE centres. Please note that GFTI has 4 CBE centres in India; Bangalore, Cochin, Chennai and Coimbatore.

The next 5 papers are online based and conducted once a quarter (In March, June, September and December). You will have to register at least 6 weeks before the exam date to write the exam at a valid testing centre. 

The last 4 papers are paper based and are conducted at a designated centre, once in a quarter. Please note that these exams will be moving online in 2021.

You can rewrite the exam in the next semester after paying the exam fees again.

We are the industry leaders when it comes to ACCA classes in India. We have an extensive team of qualified faculty including ACCA’s, CA’s, CMA’s and MBA’s. Over the past many years, we have produced more than 400+ affiliates/members. We also get 4-8 ranks every year.

It usually takes between 2 to 3 years to complete ACCA.

Both CA and ACCA have similar syllabus structure. However, ACCA has a global pass rate of 40-50% (GFTI has a pass rate of 60-70%) while CA has a pass percentage of 3-5%. The advantage in ACCA is that you can write and pass each paper at a time compared to the group system in CA.

Yes, it is a globally recognised professional course and many global MNC’s have been recruiting ACCA’s in India.

We have already answered this above.

Yes, you can practice ACCA in around 60 countries around the world and you can work in around 180 countries.

ACCA can work in a large variety of roles. Some of the common roles we have seen are Accountant, Internal Auditor, Business Analyst, Financial Analyst, Treasurer, Compliance Manager and even Chief Financial officer.

If you already have an eligible degree like Bcom or  have passed some papers of a professional course like CA etc, you are eligible for exemptions and don’t have to write all 13 papers. It may vary from University/ Course. However, you get 4 papers exempted if you have a Bcom, 5 papers exempted if you have cleared IPCC and 9 papers exempted if you have completed your CA. You will have to pay the corresponding exemption fees as indicated in the table above.

No, you are not eligible and will have to write all 13 papers.

The ACCA foundation levels papers are 2 hours each and MCQ based. ACCA applied knowledge papers are 2 hours each and can include MCQ and objective questions. ACCA applied skill papers are 3 hours each and can include MCQ, constructed response questions and objective type questions. The first 9 papers are online. Total marks is 100 and passing marks is 50%

You are eligible to write maximum 4 papers every quarter and not more than 8 papers in an year.

Please check the table above. Details are given there.

As soon as you pass all 13 papers, you are a certified ACCA affiliate. Once you complete 3 years of relevant job experience, you become an ACCA member.

Admissions are now Open for 2020 intake.