About the B.Com. Program under CBCS

Three Year Choice Based Credit System Programme of B.Com: Excerpts from Ordinance OC-66
(Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Commerce (Honours))
Excerpts of the relevant ordinance, OC-66, relating to the Three Year Choice Based Credit System Programme of Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Commerce(Honours) degrees (under section 24(1) of Goa University Act 1984(effective from the A.Y.2017-18) is reproduced as under:

OC-66.1 General

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) provides choice for students to select from the prescribed courses. Under the CBCS, the requirement for awarding a Degree is prescribed in terms of number of Credits to be completed by the students.

1.3 Duration of the course The afore-mentioned Degree Courses shall each have duration of three academic years. Every academic year shall consist of two semesters.

OC-66.2 Eligibility for the admission Eligibility for admission leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) shall be as follows:

2.1 Eligibility for admission to Semester I & II (in the first year) B.Com./ B.Com (Hon.) Programme:

(A) To be eligible for admission to the Semester I of the Three Years Programme leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Commerce (Hon.) the candidate should have passed: (i) The Higher Secondary School Certificate (Std. XII) examination conducted by the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education in any stream, including Vocational stream in the subjects notified by the University from time to time. OR (ii) Std XII Arts/Science/Commerce or similar examination of another body, equivalent to Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Goa, and recognised as such by Goa University. (C) A Candidate not covered under any of the above categories but desirous of seeking admissionto the said course may apply to the College. However, the Registrar along with Dean of concerned Faculty and Chairperson(s) of Board(s) of Studies of concerned subjects shall decide the eligibility. (D) A candidate admitted for Semester-I shall be deemed eligible for admission to Semester-II. (E) A Candidate migrating from another recognised University and desirous of direct admission to Semester –II may be considered for admission provided he/she has cleared/passed First Term/Semester-I examination of that University with those subjects for which admission is sought and undertakes to successfully complete the other compulsory Courses of Semester-I.

OC-66.3 Programme structure: 1 The Programme shall be based on a system of time-integrated Units called Credits, under the CBCS. 2 The Programme shall comprise Courses such as Core, Elective and Ability Enhancement Courses. 3 A Credit shall consist of 15 clock hours of theory of 1 hour duration each or 15 practical classes of 2 hours duration each, per semester or its equivalent; field work and such other as recommended by the Board of Studies (BoS) shall be considered under practical category for calculating credits and workload. 4 One credit shall carry a maximum of 25 marks. 5 A student shall be eligible for the 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 Bachelor's Degree (Honours) on successful completion of minimum of 148 Credits, to be completed over a minimum of six Semesters.

OC-66.4 Course structure Each Course can carry different weightage in terms of number of Credits. Each Course should define learning objectives and outcome. A course may be designed so as to comprise any or combination of lectures/ tutorials/ laboratory work/ field work/ outreach activities/ project work/ vocational training/ viva/ seminars/ term papers/ assignments/ presentations/ self-study/ such other.

Core Course A Core Course (CC) shall be of 4 or 6 credits and may consist of only theory component, or theory and practical components, in which case the theory component shall be of 3 Credits and the practical component shall be 1 Credit for 4 credit courses and the theory component shall be of 4 Credits and the practical component shall be 2 Credits for 6 credit courses, or as prescribed by BoS and approved by the Academic Council.

Generic Elective Course A Generic Elective (GE) course shall be of 4 Credits, and may be chosen from an unrelated discipline/subject, with an intention to seek exposure. A Core Course offered in a discipline/subject may be treated as GE Course for another discipline/subject, and may consist of only Theory component, or Theory and Practical component, in which case the Theory component shall be of 3 credits and the Practical component shall be of 1 Credit or as prescribed by BoS and approved by the Academic Council.

Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC) The Ability Enhancement (AE) Courses may be of two kinds: Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) and Skill Enhancement (SE) Courses. AEC Courses are based upon the content that leads to Knowledge enhancement. Environmental Studies as AEC Course is mandatory for all disciplines. Each Course shall have only Theory component of four credits or two separate Courses of 2 credits each.

SE Courses are value-based and/or skill-based and are aimed at providing hands-on-training, competencies, skills. These courses may be chosen from a pool of courses designed to provide value-based and/or skill-based knowledge. Each course will be of four credits.


Eligibility

  • 1. Eligibility for admission to Semester-I leading to the degree of Bachelor of Commerce under the CBCS structure shall be as per the Goa University Ordinance OC-66.
  • 2. Eligibility for admission to Semester-III-VI leading to the degree of Bachelor of Commerce under the CBCS structure shall be as per the existing Goa University Ordinance.
  • 3. A candidate migrating from another University and desirous of direct admission to Semester-II may be considered for admission provided he/she has cleared/passed First Term/Semester-I examination of that University with those subjects for which admission is sought and undertakes to successfully complete the other compulsory papers of Semester – I.
  • 4. Admissions will be open for a specific period of time and will be granted on the basis on merit and personal interview. Admission cannot be granted after thirty days of commencement of the First Term.
  • 5. Students, who have passed any examination equivalent to the examination conducted by the Goa Board, will be granted 'Provisional admission. Confirmation of their admission is subject to the submission of an 'Eligibility Certificate' issued by the Registrar of Goa University before the end of the academic year falling which, their admission shall be rendered null and void.
  • 6. Students will be required to submit particulars regarding their employment status at the time of admission. The decision regarding the admission of employed students shall rest with the Admission committee and the Head of the Institution.
  • 7. Admission to foreign students will be granted if their passport contains a 'provisional student's visa' and on fulfilling the criteria as specified by Goa University.
  • 8. After the initial screening of Admission Forms, the student shall be required to meet the Principal accompanied by a parent (either mother or father).
  • 9. All admissions are valid for one academic year and will have to be renewed for every subsequent year. However a student involved in cases of indiscipline/ragging/bad conduct will not be admitted to the next academic year.
  • 10. Students will be required to submit their completed Application Forms along with the fees prescribed by the Goa University, within the time period specified by the College. 11. Reservation of Seats for SC/ST/OBC will be as per Govt. Rule I.OC-45.2.2: Eligibility for admission to Semester I & II (in the first year) B.Com. Course.

Mandatory Documents Necessary for Admission

Documents Necessary for F.Y. / S.Y. / T.Y. B.Com

  • 1. Application form.
  • 2. Original mark sheet of H.S.S.C./equivalent examination
  • 3. Original copy & one self-attested copy of the H.S.S. Leaving Certificate.
  • 4. Six copies of recent passport-sized photographs.
  • 5. Anti-Ragging Undertaking form.
  • 6. PTA form.
  • 7. I-card slip.
  • 8. Eligibility Certificate (in original) issued by Goa University and a Migration Certificate (for those students who have passed Std. XII or any other equivalent examination through any other recognized Board other than Goa Board, if applicable).
  • 9. Students belonging to SC/ST/OBC should furnish the caste and Income certificate from the competent authority while submitting admission forms.
  • Note : 1) The presence of Parent/Guardian is compulsory during the admission.
    2) The admission will be done purely on ‘FIRST COME FIRST SERVE’ plus merit basis.


Course Structure


First Year B.Com. (Under Choice Based Credit System)



Second Year B.Com. (Under Choice Based Credit System)



Third Year B.Com. (Under Existing Structure)

Semester - V

Sr.No. Subjects
1 Business Economics
2 Entrepreneurship Management
3 Industrial Management
4 Three papers under major category (any one)
a. Advance Accounting
b. Cost & Management Accounting
c. Business Management
5 Project Paper

Semester - VI

Sr.No. Subjects
1 Business Economics
2 Entrepreneurship Management
3 Industrial Management
4 Three papers under major category (any one)
a. Advance Accounting
b. Cost & Management Accounting
c. Business Management
5 Project Paper

Admission Fees


Admission fees are to be paid at the time of admission, only then the admission will be confirmed. Failing fee payment, admission will be kept on hold till full payment is received. A student once admitted will be considered duly enrolled for the Academic year, unless he/she informs the Principal in writing of his/her intention to leave the College at least a week before the commencement of the second term. If no such intimation is received, full fees for Second Term/Semester will have to be paid.

F.Y.B.Com. S.Y.B.Com. T.Y.B.Com.
a) Admission Fee 5210.00 3920.00 2760.00
b) Teaching Aid Fee 930.00 930.00 930.00
Total 6140.00 4850.00 3690.00

Payment of fees (strictly digitalised)


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Cancellation of Admission

If a student informs the Principal in writing of his/her intention to leave the College before the commencement of the term, fees taken once on admission and are refunded (after deduction if any as per University norms) on leaving the college.


Note :
  • The decision regarding refund of fees if any shall be as per the Goa University / Goa Government guidelines.
  • Fees are subject to alteration as per directives of the University and Govt. of Goa.
  • Term/Exam fees are to be paid as per University exam schedule.