BA / BSc / BCom

DISCIPLINES IN THE FACULTIES OF ARTS, SCIENCE, COMMERCE, MANAGEMENT & COMMUNICATIONS

 

St. Xavier’s College - Autonomous, affiliated to the University of Mumbai, conducts the following Educational Programmes:

Senior College: Undergraduate Degree Courses:

The College offers the following subjects for a Post-graduate degree by Research/ Papers:

•    Classes of the Commerce faculty are conducted in the late evening, primarily to encourage working students of a disadvantaged background.

 

DISCIPLINES IN THE  

FACULTIES OF ARTS, SCIENCE, COMMERCE,

MANAGEMENT & COMMUNICATIONS

 

COMMERCE : Accountancy

MANAGEMENT STUDIES: Marketing & Finance

MASS COMMUNICATIONS: Advertising; Journalism

 

Course Content

 

The programmes of study leading to the B.A., B.Sc. and B.Com. Degrees, under the three-year integrated Bachelor’s program are as follows:

ARTS


A student for the B.A. degree examination will be required to offer 40 courses, and the break-up of these courses will be as under:


I.   Core Subjects


(Including FOUR courses of an Applied nature related to the Core Papers               …34 courses


II.        Special Courses Group                              …4 courses


III.       General Applied Component                          …2 courses


FIRST YEAR


(Total 600 marks – each paper of 100 marks)


§  Special Courses -  two courses
§  Communication Skills in English
§  Language (other than English): Literature in a Modern Indian Language or a Classical or a Modern Foreign Language


Students are expected to choose any three subjects (one from each Group), in order of preference, for the first two years.
Change of subjects in Senior College will be allowed for the first three weeks of class, subject to availability of seats. However, subjects, either compulsory or optional, which do not have the minimum enrolment required by Government / University will not be offered.


The choice of major/s will be decided only at the beginning of the Third Year B.A., when Heads of Departments will interview the students after reviewing the attendance and performance in their First and Second Year Terminal Examinations.  The College will not be responsible if students are not granted the choice of their major(s) in their Third Year B.A., nor if students have to leave the College because their performance does not satisfy the minimum requirements laid down by Heads of Departments to which they seek admission.

Subjects which do not have the minimum enrolment required by Govt./University will not be offered)


*          Single or Double Majors at Third Year (12 courses or 6 courses in each)
**        Only Double Majors at Third Year (6 courses in each)
***      No Majors at Third Year (Only 2 courses at FY & 4 courses at SY)


Economics (A) or (B) and Sociology (A) or (B) only represent divisions in that subject, in the First & Second Year, and can be selected only in one or other group.

 

COURSE CONTENT - SCIENCE

FIRST YEAR


A student shall offer any one of the course combinations available to the FYBSc, with three subjects and two courses of the Foundation Course.
Change of subjects will be allowed within the first three weeks of class, subject to availability of seats.
The choice of major/s will be decided at the beginning of SYBSc. & the T.Y.B.Sc., when Heads of Departments will interview the students after reviewing the attendance and performance in their First and Second Year terminal examinations. 

The College will not be responsible if students are not granted the choice of their major(s) in their Second and Third Year B.Sc., nor if students have to leave the College because their performance does not satisfy the minimum requirements laid down by Heads of Departments to which they seek admission.

 

N.B.


1.      Only students who have Biology as a subject at HSC may opt for combinations 1 to 6.


2.      Subject combinations at SYBSc & TYBSc are dependent on the students’ performance and
availability of seats.


The subjects currently offered at the TYBSc are:


a.   (single majors): Chemistry, Geology, Life Sc., Maths, Physics and Statistics.
b.    (double majors): Botany, Biochemistry, Life Sc., Microbiology and Zoology, provided the subject has been taken at the SYBSc level.

 COMMERCE

 

SEMESTER – I  F.Y.B.Com.

 

COURSES

LECTURES PER WEEK

CREDITS

THEORY I

Special Course

Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies

3

3

THEORY II

Fundamentals of Financial Accounting I

4

3

THEORY III

Business Economics I

3

3

THEORY IV

Business Mathematics & Statistics I

4+4

3

THEORY V

Business Management

4

3

THEORY VI

Communication Skills in English

3+3

3

THEORY VII

Business Environment

3

3

TOTAL

 

 

21

 

SEMESTER – II F.Y.B.Com.

 

COURSES

LECTURES PER WEEK

CREDITS

THEORY I

Special Course

Giving Voice to Values

3

3

THEORY II

Fundamentals of Financial Accounting II

4

3

THEORY III

Business Economics II

3

3

THEORY IV

Business Mathematics & Statistics II

4+4

3

THEORY V

Marketing Management

4

3

THEORY VI

Business Communication

3+3

3

THEORY VII

Entrepreneurship

3

3

TOTAL

 

 

21

 

SEMESTER – III        S.Y.B.Com.

 

COURSES

LECTURES PER WEEK

CREDITS

THEORY I

Special Course

Human Rights

3

3

THEORY II

Financial Accounting I

4

3

THEORY III

Business Finance & Capital Market

4

3

THEORY IV

Commercial Laws I

4

4

THEORY V

Business Economics III

4

4

THEORY VI

Mass Communication/Advertising (Theory & Practice)

4

3

 

Excel/Tally

2

2

TOTAL

 

 

22

 

SEMESTER – IV   S.Y.B.Com.

 

COURSES

LECTURES PER WEEK

CREDITS

THEORY I

Special Course

Science & Technology

3

3

THEORY II

Financial Accounting   II

4

3

THEORY III

Industrial Relations

4

3

THEORY IV

Commercial Laws II

4

4

THEORY V

Indian Economics

4

4

THEORY VI

Mass Communication/Retail Management

(Media Studies)

4

3

 

Excel/Tally

2

2

TOTAL

 

 

22

 

 

SEMESTER – V         T.Y.B.Com.

 

COURSES

LECTURES PER WEEK

CREDITS

THEORY I

Accountancy & Financial Management I (Accounts)

4

5

THEORY II

Accountancy & Financial Management II (Auditing & Costing)

4

5

THEORY III

Accountancy & Financial Management III (Management Accounting)

3

4

THEORY IV

Public Finance & International Economics

4

5

THEORY V

Foreign trade procedure and documentation

3

3

THEORY VI

Principles of Marketing Management

3

4

THEORY VII

Direct & Indirect Taxation

3

4

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

30

 

 

SEMESTER – VI           T.Y.B.Com.

 

COURSES

LECTURES PER WEEK

CREDITS

THEORY I

Accountancy & Financial Management I (Accounts)

4

5

THEORY II

Accountancy & Financial Management II (Auditing & Costing)

4

5

THEORY III

Accountancy & Financial Management III (Management Accounting)

3

4

THEORY IV

International Business/Econometrics

4

5

THEORY V

Company Secretarial Practice

3

3

THEORY VI

Principles of human resource management

3

4

THEORY VII

Direct & Indirect Taxation

3

4

TOTAL

   

30

 

 

APPLIED COMPONENTS  

Arts

 

Science

 

Commerce

 

Psychology of Sex Roles

Computer Programming

Mass Communication

Market Research Technique

Drugs & Dyes

Advertising

Mass Communication

Electronic Instrumentation

Export Management

Elementary Quantitative Techniques

Environmental Science

Direct & Indirect Taxation

Psychology of Adjustment

Gemmology

Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management

Introduction to Law

Entomology

 
 

Computer Science

 

 

Students passing the Class XII from Boards/Universities other than Maharashtra State Board are required to apply for a Provisional Eligibility Certificate through the College at the time of admission.  The duly filled in application form, available at the College Office should be submitted with an attested copy of the Std. XII marksheet and a passport size photograph along with the prescribed fees of Rs.320/- ( & Rs.400/- for verification  of documents) to the College Office.  Once admission is granted, for confirmation of the eligibility, students should submit to the College Office, before the close of the first term, the Statement of Marks, the Passing Certificate and the Migration Certificate all in originals.


At the time of admission the student shall submit the following documents in original along with duly attested photocopies.


1.    H.S.C. Marksheet
2.    Baptism Certificate (For the Minority community - Christians)
3.    Caste Certificate (if applicable)
4.    Documentary Evidence regarding special category status:


•    For wards of Transferred State/Central Govt. and Pvt. Sector employees, employees of Defence Dept./ex-servicemen, wards of Freedom Fighters, physically handicapped candidates, and students who have met with accidents.


•    Award Winners at the District/State/National Level in Sports or cultural activities.

 

Fees 

The total fees, including deposit and laboratory fees, as prescribed by the Mumbai University, are as follows:

•    F.Y.B.A.         :           Rs.4790/-  (approx)
•    F.Y.B.Sc.        :           Rs.5190/-         “
•    S.Y.B.A.         :           Rs.4230/-         “
•    S.Y.B.Sc.        :           Rs.4230/-         “
•    T.Y.B.A.         :           Rs.4490/-         “
•    T.Y.B.Sc.        :           Rs.5340/-         “
•    F.Y.B.Com.    :           Rs.4790/-         “
•    S.Y.B.Com.    :           Rs.3430/-         “
•    T.Y.B.Com.    :           Rs.3690/-         “


Note:   Students offering Statistics / Psychology in the Arts Faculty will be required to pay an
additional fee.


FEE CONCESSION FOR BC STUDENTS:
Under the Govt. of India Scholarship/Govt. of Maharashtra Freeship scheme for BC students  (students belonging to SC/ST/DT/NT/OBC), certain Scholarships/Freeships are provided if domiciled in Maharashtra.  However, students from the Nomadic Tribe (C) and (D) and OBC categories will have to submit Non-Creamy-Layer certificates.

Candidates with necessary documents who qualify for this Scholarship / Freeship are required to pay only a nominal fees Rs.120/- for admission. They are exempted from other fees.


Income Condition:
SC candidates with a family annual income of less than Rs.1,00,000/- are eligible for a Scholarship and those having more than Rs.1,00,000/- are entitled to Freeship from certain fees.  For students coming from VJ/SBC/OBC the income ceiling is upto Rs.65,290/- per annum for the above mentioned benefits.

 

 



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