M.Com. Finance and Taxation

M.Com. Finance and Taxation is a two-year postgraduate programme that envisages to impart in-depth knowledge in principles of finance, accountancy, financial planning, organizational behaviour, and taxation. The specialized topics like GST, financial derivatives, personal investment, and behavioural finance are also included in the programme. The job opportunities are numerous, like, financial analyst, personal finance consultant, GST practitioner, portfolio manager etc.

Intake - 40        Duration - 2 Years

Programme Outcomes

PO 1:
Enhance the horizon of knowledge to carry out qualitative research and pursue academic or professional careers.

PO 2:
Develop problem analysis skills and knowledge and to apply the same in real life situation.

PO 3:
Use research knowledge and aptitude acquired in the programme of study for solving socially relevant problems

PO 4:
Understand the role and applicability of knowledge acquired in the context of society, environment and sustainable development sticking on to the ethics and values.

PO 5:
Develop effective communication skills and ability to work in teams by strengthening group dynamics.

PO 6:
Pursue career in professional areas of commerce and management such as taxation, financial services, consultancy etc.

PO 7:
Foster ability to engage in lifelong learning, demonstrating empathetic social concern, contributing to the development of nation, by making sure of awareness gained on various issues.

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO 1:
Inculcate managerial skills and theoretical knowledge for managing business units with special focus on functional areas of business and management.

PSO 2:
Apply advanced accounting knowledge and skills and provide awareness regarding latest developments in the field of commerce and accounting

PSO 3:
Acquire advanced theoretical knowledge on research methods and techniques to develop capabilities in the application of research in business related problems.

PSO 4:
Acquire expertise in specialized fields like finance, taxation, marketing, management and information technology.