The program provides a well-integrated knowledge of financial accounting, finance and investment, and management accounting, together with the ability to relate this to the wider issues of management and corporate strategy. It prepares graduates for a wide range of careers in corporate finance, investment management, financial analysis and personal financial planning.
To make students able to assess both the process of preparation and presentation of financial statements.
To develop the competencies to allocate and utilize the financial resources efficiently both in profit and non-profit organizations.
To make them able to recognize the importance and uses of financial statements.
To develop the understanding about basic and advanced level concepts related to finance and investment decisions in an organization setting.
Make them understand the role of financial information as the common language of business to all internal and external users.
To be able to effectively translate the theoretical and complex business situations into countable and measureable financial decisions through financial reporting and budgeting processes.
To grasp the concepts of business, project and stock market analysis for investment decisions.
To be able to effectively using the computer technologies for financial reporting, budgeting and analysis in business environment.
To be able to recognize the key ethical implications of purposeful financing decisions.
Program Admission Eligibility Criteria
Candidates having Bachelor’s degree (14-year education) in [B.Com, BBA (2-year) and other relevant equivalent qualification] with at least 45% marks or CGPA of at least 2.00 out of 4 are eligible to apply.
Course(s) exemption is not allowed.
It is two-year full time study program spread over four semesters. Each semester has at least 18 weeks duration for teaching and examinations etc.