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1 F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme Programme Time Table (F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B.Com. Degree Programme : ) (1) Admission starts on 1 st July 2011 (2) Last date for the admission 30 th July 2011 at the Study Centre (3) Late Fees at the Study Centre Rs. 200/- 1 August to 16 August 2011 (4) Text-books available at the Upto Sepetember 2011 Study Centre (5) Period of counselling September 2011 to April 2012 sessions at the Study Centre (6) Internal Evaluation Evaluation department will send the book to Study Centres. (7) Final Examination at the First week of May 2012 Study Centre (8) Availability of Marksheet End of July 2012 at the Study Centre Instructions : (1) Changes, if any, in the given schedule, shall be informed to the study centres, well in advance. (2) Please contact your study centres for Exam, Contact Session and Study Material.. (3) Please collect your marksheet from the study centre and obtain the prescribed form for admission to the first year of the B.Com. programme at the Study Centre. (4) There is no provision for admission at Regional Centres and Headquarter. (5) The students will be responsible for mistakes in admission form. (There will be no admission after the last date i.e. 16 th August 2011 (6) Fees to be deposited through Bank Challan only in the Bank of Maharashtra. (7) The part of challan meant for study centre to be attached with the application and submit application form to the study Centre. Get receipt of the same. (8) Student will not be allowed to change study centre once admission is taken at the particular study centre. Website - F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 1

2 1. About School The School of Commerce & Management has been working successfully from the inception of the University in the year Currently, the School has 3 Graduate Programmes, 2 Postgraduate Programmes, 4 Diploma Programmes & 2 Research Programmes - M.Phil. & Ph.D. to a combined enrollment of more than 39,000 students. Mission of the School To help in icreasing knowledge in the field of co-operative, industry, commerce, management. To provide well educated manpower to the offices, companies, industries, institutes etc. To offer enriching learning experices to aspiring managers. To enable students to realize their full potential. To ensure that student serve as agents of continuous improvement and change. To encourage entrepreneurship and service orientation. To extend the frontiers of knowledge in management through cutting-edge research. To disseminate knowledge through a portfolio of educational programmes and publication. 2. About F. Y. B.Com. Programme This programme has a duration of three years and carries 108 credit points. In this programme the student has to study 6 Courses of 36 credit points at first year, 5 compulsory courses and one elective course carrying 36 credit points at the second year, and 4 compulsory and 2 specialization group courses of 36 credit points at third year. Nine contact sessions for every course of 6 credit points are arranged at the study centre where the student can have his difficulties resolved. List of the courses are as follows : First Year B. Com. (1) Elements of Statistics 6 cp (2) Foundation Course in 6 cp Marathi or English for Business (3) Foundation Course in English 6 cp and Hindi (4) General Knowledge and Social 6 cp Awareness (5) Commerce 6 cp (6) Office Management 6 cp Second Year B. Com. (A) Compulsory Courses (1) Accountancy : Part I 6 cp (2) Business Economics 6 cp (3) Business Law 6 cp (4) Management Science 6 cp (5) Business Organization and 6 cp Administration (B) Elective Courses (Any One) (4) Managerial Economics 6 cp (5) Business Communication 6 cp Third Year B. Com. (A) Compulsory Courses (1) Accountancy : Part II 6 cp (2) Economic Environment in India 6 cp (3) Costing, Auditing and Taxation 6 cp (4) Human Resource Management 6 cp (B) Specialization Courses (Any One) (1) Marketing Management 1 & 2 12 cp (2) Banking and Finance 1 & 2 12 cp Special Features of the Text Books The students are given the syllabus of the courses and also the text-books. The students get these text-books after paying total programme fees and are allowed to keep these with them. These texts are written in a format different from the usual published texts. One can understand the text through one reading because it is F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 2

3 divided into small units. Each unit is explained with the help of graphs, pictures and illustrations to cover a specific topic. There are in-text questions for each unit so as to revise and review the comprehension of the reading material. It helps the student to study a specific topic. If the student has any difficulty, he or she can make a note of it. He can discuss these noted difficulties with the counsellor during the contact session at the study centre. Nature of Contact Sessions The student can choose a study centre as per his/her convenience. Generally, the contact sessions are held either on weekly holidays or in the evening, after office hours. The contact session for counselling of one subject is of two hours. During these contact sessions, the counsellors are supposed to guide/discuss with the students, based on the course material. These contact sessions are also used to view audio/video cassettes at the study centres. The students can solve their difficulties by discussing with their colleagues as well as with the counsellor during contact sessions. Objectives of the B.Com. Programme (1) To provide opportunity for higher education to those people (for example farmers, businessmen, workers, housewives, those who are in service, etc) who had missed this chance earlier. (2) To develop study skills among the learners so as to help them cope with courses in Literature, History, Politics, Economics, Business, Management Science, etc. (3) To provide the necessary practical exposure to self-study methods so as to equip the learner with knowledgeacquiring skills. (4) To develop personality development skills. Syllabus for First Year B.Com. Programme 1. Elements of Statistics (COM 107) Book 1 : Intorduction to Statistics and Presentation of Data Book 2 : Measures of Central Tendencies & Measures of Variations Book 3 : Correlation and Regression 2. Foundation Course in Marathi (MAR 102) nwñvh$ 1 ^m{fh$ {d{z_` VÎd Am{U ì`dhma nwñvh$ 2 nwñvh$ 3 nwñvh$ 4 _amr>rmm ^m{fh$ dmna H$m` nwñvh$ ^m{fh$ go ZerbVm ñdê$n Am{U àh$ma _amr>r ^mfomm go Zerb dmna H$m` nwñvh$ OR Communication Skill in English (ENG 102) Book 1 : Leadership, Communication and Listening Book 2 : Group Communication Book 3 : Effective Business Writing 3. Foundation Course in English and Hindi (HEN 101) Book 1 : {hýxr ^mfm H$m n[am` Am a CgH$s g amzm Book 2 : Foundation Course in English Book 3 : {hýxr ^mfm H$m n[am` Am a CgH$s g amzm H$m` nwpñvh$m Book 4 : Foundation Course in English : Work Book 4. General Knowledge and Social Awareness (GKN 101) Book 1 : Science & Technology, Environment and Health Book 2 : Development : Concept and Procedure Book 3 : Communication Revolution and Biotechnology 5. Commerce (COM 106) Book 1 : Office, Public Relations and In-house Correspondence F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 3

4 Book 2 : Office Organisation and Personnel Management Book 3 : Office Services 6. Office Management (COM 211) Book 1 : Introduction to Economics and Evolution of Commerce Book 2 : Procedures of Commerce Book 3 : Book-keeping and Accountancy 2.1 Learning Method The students of the open university do not go to the college everyday. They do not have regular time for their studies. The open university has independently developed a learning method for such students. This method has the following components : Self-Instructional text books, Use of Audio and Video cassettes, Counselling during contact sessions at the study centre by the subject experts. 3. Admission Procedure 3.1 Eligibility Criteria The admission to this programme is based on fulfilling any of the following criteria - (1) Preparatory programme of YCMOU with minimum 40% marks. Certificate Programme for Self Help Group facilitators of YCMOU with minimum 40% marks. (2) H.S.C. or equivalent examination of Maharashtra or other state HSC Board. (3) 11 th standard passed (Before 1975). (4) Government recognised certificate / diploma of minimum two years after SSC. Special Instructions (A) It is necessary to attach following documents alongwith application form. (1) Attested zerox copy of school leaving certificate or birth certificate. (2) Attested copies of educational qualification. (B) Please do not attach any original document alongwith the application form. University will not responsible for the same. (C) In case of change in name, during the course period student have to submit Marriage Certificate or Government Gazette to University. 3.2 Programme Fees (F. Y.) University Fee Rs. 1050/- Study Centre Fee Rs. 450/- Total Programme Fee Rs. 1500/- 3.3 Duration The minimum duration of this programme is three years, although you may complete the programme gradually within a maximum period of eight years. If the programme is not completed successfully during these eight years, you will be required to take fresh admission. During the period of registration, students will be given at the most four chances for appearing for the examination of specific courses. 3.4 Medium The medium of instruction for the B.Com. programme is English. 4. Evaluation Procedure The pattern of evaluation used for the B.Com. programme will adopt three basic evaluation modes : (1) Self-Assessment (2) Continuous Assessment (3) End Assessment Self-Assessment Each unit (Chapter) in your books, gives you some exercises for assessing your own learning. Correct or model answers for F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 4

5 these exercises provided later, help you to assess the accuracy of your own answers. This mode of assessment gives you a quick or immediate feedback on your extent of learning with regard to a certain topic or sub-topic in your syllabus. 4.1 Internal Evaluation Internal Evaluation consists of Continuous Assessment (CA). It is a wellaccepted fact that rather than evaluate a student purely on the basis of one examination conducted at the end of the learning period, evaluating him at multiple points on a more frequent basis will yield a more dependable and objective measure of his learning. Besides, continuous assessment has tremendous educational value from your point of view. Periodic and timely feedback regarding your performance, given to you by experts may motivate you in various ways : it may lead you to put in additional efforts in your weaker areas; likewise, objective information that you have achieved a satisfactory level of learning, may help to build up your self-confidence in undertaking more difficult learning tasks subsequently. The Continuous Assessment component of of the Evaluation system consists of the Class Test 1 and Class Test 2. Both the Class Tests ar conducted at your study centre. 4.2 Final Evaluation Final Evaluation consists of End Examination (EE). Evaluation conducted at the end of the learning period through an examination is done here as in other universities. Each question paper carries 100 marks and has a duration of three hours. The marks of CA and EE for each course are combined in the ratio of 2:3 for the First year and 3:7 for the Second and Third year respectively to arrive at the average marks for a course which are reflected in the mark-sheet given to students. However, the marks obtained for CA and EE are combined only when the CA marks help in improving the average marks. In all other cases, the EE marks are treated as the average marks for a single course. For successful completion of a course, a minimum of 40 average marks are essential. For obtaining the degree, the student must have at least 40 marks in each course included in the programme. 4.3 Credit Points All courses offered by YCMOU carry a certain value in terms of credit-points. A credit point is a way of expressing the learning hours required to study a certain unit, in a book or a course. Generally, one credit point is considered equivalent to about learning hours. These learning hours could mean the time you spend in reading, notetaking, listening to lectures, participating in discussions on the topic, listening to audios, viewing especially prepared videos, etc. The B.Com. degree programme at YCMOU requires that you collect a credit of 108 credit points in order to be considered eligible for the degree Bachelor of Commerce. Note - Degree grade 1. Degree will be awarded on the basis of marks obtained in 2nd and 3rd year. Passing the 1st year is an essential criteria as well. 2. Student needs to select two papers of one subject from the Specialisation group for the third year. For the second year he/she has to select one paper from the elective group. F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 5

6 5. About S.Y./T.Y. B.Com. Programme S.Y. B. Com. (A) Compulsory Course No. of Contact Sessions 1. Accountancy Part I (COM 208) 12 Book 1 : Book Reconciliation Statement, Bill Transaction and Depreciation. Book 2 : Partnership Accounts Book 3 : Partnership and Accounts of Non-Profit making Association 2. Bussiness Economics (ECO 201) 09 Book 1 : Business Firms and Analysis of Demand Book 2 : Supply and Conditions in Market Book 3 : Labour-Market and Capital Investment 3. Business Law (COM 210) 09 Book 1 : Indian Contract and Negotiable Instruments Act Book 2 : Sale of Goods Act and Factories Act Book 3 : Industrial Disputes and Payment of wages Act 4. Management Science (MGM 105) 09 Book 1 : Management and its nature Book 2 : Management : Development and Functions Book 3 : Management Functions 5. Business Organisation and 09 Administration (COM 212) Book 1 : Commercial Organisations, Localisations and Small Scale Industries Book 2 : Business : Size, Combination and Capital Book 3 : Industrial Relations and Management (B) Elective Courses (Any One) 1. Managerial Economics (MGM 224) 09 Book 1 : Managerial Economics : Nature and Concepts Book 2 : Markets and Price Determination Book 3 : Principles of Firm and Investment analysis 2. Business Communication (MGM 225) 09 Book 1 : Principles and Media of Communication Book 2 : Verbal and Written Communication Book 3 : Effective Communication and Human Relations T.Y. B.Com. (A) Compulsory Course 1. Accountancy Part II (COM 209) 12 Book 1 : Investment & Farm Accounts Book 2 : Accounting for Companies & Insurance Companies Book 3 : Accounting for Banking Companies 2. Indian Economic Environment 09 (COM 220) Book 1 : Economical Environment Book 2 : Agriculture, Industry and Service Sector Book 3 :Economic Policy & Planning 3. Costing, Auditing & Taxation (COM 221) 09 Book 1 : Auditing Book 2 : Cost Accounting Book 3 : Income Tax 4. Human Resource Management 09 (COM 222) Book 1 : Human Resource Book 2 : Human Resource Planning Book 3 : Human Resource Development (B) Specialisation (Any One Group) 1. Banking & Finance-1 (COM 306) 09 Book 1 : Banking Book 2 : Banking Laws Book 3 : Types of Banks F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 6

7 2. Banking & Finance - 2 (COM 307) 09 Book 1 : Financial Markets Book 2 : Financial Institutions-1 Book 3 : Financial Institutions-2 3. Marketing Management-1 (MGM 308) 09 Book 1 : Advertising Book 2 : Salesmanship Book 3 : Consumer Satisfaction 4. Marketing Management-2 (MGM 309) 09 Book 1 : Marketing Book 2 : Marketing Mix Book 3 : Marketing Information System (B) Elective Courses (Any One) (1) Managerial Economics 6 cp (2) Business Communication 6 cp Third Year B. Com. (A) Compulsory Courses (1) Accountancy : Part II 6 cp (2) Economic Environment in India 6 cp (3) Costing, Auditing and Taxation 6 cp (4) Human Resource Management 6 cp (B) Specialization Courses (Any One) (1) Marketing Management 1 & 2 12 cp (2) Banking and Finance 1 & 2 12 cp 5.1 Programme Structure This programme has a duration of three years and carries 108 credit points. In this programme the student has to study 6 Courses of 36 credit points at first year; 5 compulsory courses and one elective course carrying 36 credit points at the second year; and 4 compulsory and 2 specialization group courses of 36 credit points at third year. Nine contact sessions for every course of 6 credit points are arranged at the study centre where the student can have his difficulties resolved. List of the courses are as follows : First Year B. Com. (1) Elements of Statistics 6 cp (2) Foundation Course in Marathi 6 cp or English for Business (3) Foundation Course in English and Hindi 6 cp (4) General Knowledge and Social Awareness 6 cp (5) Commerce 6 cp (6) Office Management 6 cp Second Year B. Com. (A) Compulsory Courses (1) Accountancy : Part I 6 cp (2) Business Economics 6 cp (3) Business Law 6 cp (4) Management Science 6 cp (5) Business Organisation and Administration 6 cp 5.2 Learning Methods The students of the open university do not go to the college everyday. They do not have regular time for their studies. The open university has independently developed a learning method for such students. This method has the following components : Self-Instructional text books, Counselling during contact sessions at the study centre by the subject experts. Continuing Evaluation system for the learning programme. 6. Admission Procedure 6.1 Eligibility Criteria & Credit Transfer Rule Eligibility S. Y. B. Com. (Regular) The admission to this programme is based on fulfilling any of the following criteria - (1) Student having admitted for the first year B.Com. of the YCMOU. F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 7 (2) Student having passed F.Y.B.Com. from other Universities. (under rule of credit transfer) (3) Student having passed F.Y.B.A. or F.Y.B.Sc. from other universities. It is compulsory for them to take COM 106 (Commerce) and COM 211 (Office Management) Courses of

8 the YCMOU s F.Y.B.Com. additionally. These students have to fill the form of credit transfer admission form and attach the attested copy of their F.Y.B.Com. marksheet. (4) This rule is also applicable to the YCMOU student who has passed his F.Y.B.A. programme. T. Y. B.Com. (Regular) The admission to this programme is based on fulfilling any of the following Criteria : (1) Students who have been admitted for the second year (B. Com.) of the YCMOU. (2) Students having passed S.Y. B.Com. from other Universities. (under rule of Credit transfer) S.Y. B.Com. (Credit Transfer) As per the Credit Transfer Rule of University, student who had passed F.Y.B.Com. from any government recognised University is allowed to take admission to S.Y.B.Com. Programme of Y.C.M. Open University and also exempted from all first year's subjects. Similarly, those who have completed B.A./B.Sc. or passed F.Y.B.A./ B.Sc. are allowed to take admission to S.Y.B.Com. Programme of Y.C.M. Open University. However, it is compulsory for student to complete COM 211 (Office Management) and COM 106 (Commerce) courses of F.Y.B.Com. along with the courses of S.Y.B.Com. T.Y. B.Com. (Credit Transfer) As per the Credit Transfer Rule of University, student who had passed F.Y. & S.Y.B.Com. from any government recognised University is allowed to take admission to T.Y.B.Com. Programme of YCMOU and get the exemption of 72 credit points but has to complete courses of 36 credit points for T.Y.B.Com. Documents to be attached with Admission Form are : F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 8 Age proof (Attested copy of School Leaving Certificate, School/College Bonafied Certificate - original copy) Don't attach original documents with the admission form. At the time of submission of application form keep xerox copies and also original copies of the documents with you so that study centre In-charge or coordinator will make the attestation and returns your original documents. Only attested copies are sufficient, study centre or university is not responsible for maintaining original documents. Application Form is attached herewith. Student should read thoroughly the application form and prospectus before filling up Application Form to avoid any mistakes and require to attach above mentioned documents, Demand Draft of programme fee and then submit it to the study centre. Duration for Credit Transfer Open University adopts flexible policy regarding the duration of the programme. Hence, student can complete the programme gradually within a maximum period of eight years. (only for student taking admission as per Credit Transfer Rule to S.Y. and T.Y. has to complete it within five years and three years respectively.) It is not compulsory to the students to give final examination if he is not prepared for that, as examination will be held twice in a year. For example, if student has not completed S.Y., is allowed to take admission to the T.Y. only he has to give second year courses in future and degree will be awarded only after successful completion of second and third year courses. Credit Transfer Credit Transfer Rule takes into consideration previous education for

9 completing the degree programme by giving exemption of some credit points and also has following rules. According to the Credit Transfer Rule following students are eligible to Second and Third Year B.Com. Programmes. (1) Students those have completed two years D.Ed. Programme after H.S.C. (1994) (Board of Management - A100/05/44, Date ) (2) Student those who have passed F.Y.B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./Law/ Medical/Engineering/Management/Agriculture etc. (School Council - B5/F173/2006/32 Date ) (3) Degree Programme consists of 108 credit points, out of which 36 credit points of First Year are exempted, but student has to complete courses of 72 credit points. In second year student has to complete courses of 36 credit points. Students who have passed Post Graduation degree but not completed basic degree (B.A./ B.Com./B.Sc. etc.) is not eligible for S.Y.B.Com. (4) Similarly, those who have completed B.A./B.Sc. or passed F.Y.B.A./B.Sc. are allowed to take admission to S.Y.B.Com. Programme of Y.C.M. Open University. However, it is compulsory for student to complete COM 211 (Office Management) and COM 106 (Commerce) Courses of F.Y.B.Com. along with the courses of S.Y.B.Com. (In total 8 courses for S.Y.B.Com.). But student can give examination for maximum 7 courses only; remaining one course will be completed at the time of Supplementary Examination or Third Year Final Examination. (5) Student who had passed S.Y.B.Com. from any government recognised University is allowed to take admission to T.Y.B.Com. Programme of YCMOU and get the exemption of 72 credit points but has to complete courses of 36 credit points for T.Y.B.Com. On the basis of above mentioned Rules, you can complete your education & become a degree holder. If you want to take admission on the basis of Credit Transfer Rules, you are required to fill Credit Transfer Application Form alongwith D.D. of required fees and submit it to your Study Centre. 7. Programme Fees (S.Y./T.Y.) (A) S. Y. B. Com. (Regular) F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 9 University Fee Rs. 1200/- Study Centre Fee Rs. 600/- Total Fees Rs. 1800/- (B) S. Y. B. Com. (Credit Transfer) University Fees (a) Second Year Fee Rs. 1200/- (b) Credit Transfer fee Rs. 1500/- Total University Fee Rs. 2700/- Study Centre Fee Rs. 600/- Total Fees Rs. 3300/- (A) T. Y. B. Com. (Regular) Study Centre Fee Rs. 750/- University Fee Rs. 1650/- Total Fees Rs. 2400/- (B) T. Y. B. Com. (Credit Transfer) University Fees (a) Third Year Fee Rs. 1800/- (b) Credit Transfer fee Rs. 3000/- Total University Fee Rs. 4800/- Study Centre Fee Rs. 600/- Total Fees Rs. 5400/- Please do not pay any additional fees to the study centre. The programme fees will be as given above. If your admission is cancelled due to some reason, the programme admission fees will not be returned. Please note that if the number of students at a particular study centre is less

10 than 20 students, then the registered students of such study centres will be transferred to the nearest study centre. Final Examination & Marksheet fees were taken with the admission form. So regular students do not fill any seperate Examination Form for final exam. The Programme fees includes Registration fee, Course fee, Evaluation Fee (Internal & End), Marksheet, Postage Charges, Student Welfare Fund, Samwad fee, University Development Fund, Certificate fee, I.D. Card fee, etc. (1) Please do not pay any additional fee to the Study Centre. University will not be responsible for the excess payment of fees other than mentioned above. It is non-refundable, if admission is cancelled due to certain reasons. (2) University fees to be deposited through challan in the Bank of Maharashtra. One part of the challan will be kept by the bank, second part to be attached with the application, third part to be submitted to the study centre and one part to be retained by the student. Students will have to pay Bank Service Charges to the bank if it is mentioned in the challan. (3) Study Centre fees to be deposited at Study Centre only and take receipt of the same. (4) A Study Centre having enrollment less than twenty may be discontinued. Enrolled students of that Study Centre will be shifted to nearby Study Centre. Refund of Fees (Applicable to FY/SY/TY): Following rules are applicable regarding the refund of fees in case of cancellation of admission. From the Date of Admission (As per the date on Challan) (1) 15% reduction if application of cancellation is received within 15 days. (2) 50% reduction if application of cancellation is received within 30 days. (3) 75% reduction if application of cancellation is received within 45 days. There will not be any refund of fees if application of cancellation is received after 45 days from the date of admission. Student must inform about his/her cancellation of admission through the concern study centre. Student must attach a copy of receipt of submission of books to the study centre with the the application of cancellation. Change in Name : Married female students are required to attach attested copy of Gazzattee of Maharashtra Govt. (In case change in Name) 7.1 Duration The minimum duration of this programme is three years, although you may complete the programme gradually within a maximum period of eight years. If the programme is not completed successfully during these eight years, you will be required to take fresh admission. During the period of registration, students will be given at the most four chances for appearing for the examination of specific courses. 7.2 Medium The medium of instruction for the B.Com. programme is English. 8. Evaluation Procedure The pattern of evaluation used for the B.Com. programme will adopt three basic evaluation modes : (1) Self-Assessment (2) Continuous Assessment (3) End Assessment Self-Assessment Each unit (Chapter) in your books, gives you some exercises for assessing your own learning. Correct or model answers for these exercises provided later, help you to assess the accuracy of your own answers. This mode of assessment gives you a quick or immediate feedback on your extent of learning with regard to a certain topic or sub-topic in your syllabus. F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 10

11 8.1 Internal Evaluation Home Assignment of 100 Marks will be given for each course under Internal Evaluation. The nature of questions & marks of these Home Assignments will be as follows : Nature of Number of Marks Total Questions Questions (each) Marks SAQ LAQ Total Marks 100 (1) Home assignment of each course will be for 100 Marks. However, in the HEN101 Course 50% Marks will be for Hindi & 50% marks for English. (2) The marks obtained for the home assignment converted into 20 marks. (3) It is mandatory to get minimum 40% marks in the home assignment. 8.2 Final Evaluation Final Evaluation consists of End Examination (EE). Evaluation conducted at the end of the learning period through an examination is done here as in other universities. Each question paper carries 100 marks and has a duration of three hours. The marks of CA and EE for each course are combined in the ratio of 2:3 for the First year and 3:7 for the Second and Third year respectively to arrive at the average marks for a course which are reflected in the mark-sheet given to students. However, the marks obtained for CA and EE are combined only when the CA marks help in improving the average marks. In all other cases, the EE marks are treated as the average marks for a single course. For successful completion of a course, a minimum of 40 average marks are essential. For obtaining the degree, the student must have at least 40 marks in each course included in the programme. Note : Degree is awarded on the marks of S.Y. and T.Y. B.Com. courses. It is mandatory to obtain at least 40% marks in both the end examination & the internal evaluation. The students that submit home assignments under internal evaluation can get benefit of it for the end examination. The students who do not submit the home assignments will be evaluated only by the marks obtained in the end examination. The marks obtained out ot 100 marks by such students will be converted into 80% & their result will be declared accordingly. 8.3 Credit Points All courses offered by YCMOU carry a certain value in terms of credit-points. A credit point is a way of expressing the learning hours required to study a certain unit, in a book or a course. Generally, one credit point is considered equivalent to about learning hours. These learning hours could mean the time you spend in reading, notetaking, listening to lectures, participating in discussions on the topic, listening to audios, viewing especially prepared videos, etc. The B.Com. degree programme at YCMOU requires that you collect a credit of 108 credit points in order to be considered eligible for the degree Bachelor of Commerce. 9. Registration Procedure 1. The Applicant is expected to procure the Admission Form and Bank Challan along with the prospectus from the recognised Study Centre. F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 11

12 2. The Applicant must study the prospectus, familiarise himself/herself about the programme rules and ensure that he/ she is eligible for the admission. 3. If eligible, the Applicant interested in admission to the programme should carefully fill in the form in BOLD legible (readable) letters, without overwriting, in ENGLISH language. Care should be taken to fill in the form perfectly and accurately because a computerised system will be used for data entry. The Applicant will be solely responsible for the correctness of information submitted. He/she should attach the attested photocopies of proofs of qualification, date of birth and any other important documents asked for. 4. The Applicant should obtain the signature and seal of the Study Centre after getting his/her eligibility checked from the study centre. 5. The Applicant shall submit the part of challan meant for the Study Centre to the Study Centre and retain one part with himself/herself. He/She should also retain a photocopy of the application form (Admission Form) for himself/ herself. He/she shall take acknowledgement of having given the Study Centre part of the challan to the Study Centre. 6. The Admission Forms must be filled in and the above process should be completed before the stipulated time limit. No admission form shall be accepted at the Study Centre after the stipulated time frame mentioned in the prospectus. All admission forms along with challan must be submitted only to a branch of the Bank of Maharashtra. No form should be submitted to any other Bank. Likewise, no admission form will be received /accepted at the university headquarters under any circumstances. Forms should also not be sent by post or courier in any case. 7. The admission fee receipt will not be issued by the Study Centre. The Bank challan will itself serve as the fee receipt. 8. Applicants should submit their admission form and challan to the Study Centre. 9. The Applicant must keep in touch with the Study Centre about the learning programme, Contact Session Time Table and the examination schedule. The confirmation of admission should be checked with the Study Centre by the last week of October. Applicants shall not be allowed to appear for any examination without confirmation of admission. 10.The university reserves the right to reject admission wrongly granted by the Study Centre to ineligible applicants if ineligibilty is discovered at any stage during the registration process. 11.Receipt of the Study Centre fees to be taken from the Study Centre only. F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 12

13 10. Regional Centres 01. Amravati V.M.V. to Walgaon Road, Post V.M.V., Amravati : (Off) : (Fax) Aurangabad Survey No. 41, East of the Militery boy's Hostel, Nandanvan Colony, Chhavani, Aurangabad : (Off) , : (Fax) Mumbai C/o Jagannath Shankarsheth Municipal School Building, Nana Chowk, Grant Road Mumbai : (Off) : (Fax) Nagpur Rao Bahadur D. Laxminarayan Bungalow Law College Campus Ravinagar Chowk, Nagpur : (Off) : (Fax) Nashik Old Municipal Corp. Bldg. New Pandit Colony Nashik : (Off) : (Fax) Pune C/o Shahir Annabhau Sathe Prashala Gruha, Sadashiv Peth, Kumthekar Marg Pune : (Off) : (Fax) Kolhapur Near Shivaji University Post Office, Vidyanagar, Kolhapur : (Off) : (Fax) Nanded Swami Ramanand Tirth Marathwada University Sports Building, Nanded : (Off) : (Fax) Mob. No. : Goa Flat No. 101, First Floor, Above State Bank of India Contorilim, Thivim, Barvez Goa Mob. No. : Your Study Centre (Seal) F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 13

14 11. Instructions/Contacts Sr. No. Type of Query Whom to Contact? 1. Academic Matters Director of School of Commerce & Mgt. YCMOU, Nashik Ph : (0253) Student Matters Director of Student Services Division, YCMOU, Nashik Ph : (0253) Examination Related Matters Controller of Examination or D. R. Examination Unit-1, YCMOU, Nashik Ph : (0253) Admission Related Matter Deputy Registrar Registration Section YCMOU, Nashik Ph : (0253) Difficulties in any course, at the Counsellor, at the study centre study centre 6 Other general difficulties & planning Programme Coordinator, at the study of academic activities, at the study centre centre 7 Serious Difficulties, at the study Study Centre Head, at the study centre centre Student has requested to contact only concerned person to whom the query is Your Study Centre will not necessarily be your exam centre. # Do not bring mobile phones in the examination hall. F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 14

15 12. Appendices Appendix - 1 : Student Welfare Student aid YCMOU offers financial aid for students from low-income strata on merit basis. YCMOU has made a pooled annual provision of Rs. 15 lakh for this purpose. YCMOU offers a 50% fee waiver in various programmes for students in low-income sections of the society. Students need to apply in specified format with suitable documents for eligibility. Sports events Annual events are organised to offer sports-opportunities for students at regional and university levels. This will enable them to qualify for sports events at intervarsity Ashwamedha (intervarsity event started by Hon Chancellor), state and national levels including AIU events. Youth festival Annual youth festivals are held for performing arts at regional and university level. The events include elocution, ekankika (one-act-play), music and dance. This qualifies them for participation in Indradhanushya - intervarsity event started by Hon Chancellor and also national level events including the AIU-event. Avishkar To promote research activity in the student community, Avishkar an intervarsity event started by Hon Chancellor is organised annually. A biannual research journal is published by YCMOU for students to carry the research papers. Samvad house journal Samvad Patrika is a monthly house journal for communication with thousands of students of YCMOU spread in the entire state. This carries educational articles and useful information. This is expected to promote self-learning and awareness about Open & Distance Learning. Samvad Patrika will be available at Study Centre as well as on the official website of the University. Virtual learning The Ahemadabad based ISRO has helped YCMOU to start a satellite based virtual learning centres network to assist learning. This networks 40 VLCs in the state where students can gather to interact with the counselors. NSS The National Services Scheme (NSS) has been launched at select YCMOU study centres for 800 students. F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 15

16 Appendix - 2 : Recognised Universities approved by U.G.C for Credit Transfer List of Universities approved by the University Grants Commission 1. Agra University 2. Alagappa University Agra Karaikudi Aligarh Muslim University, 4. Allahabad University, Aligarh Allahabad (Telex AMU IN) 5. Amravati University, 6. Andhra Pradesh Amravati Agricultural University, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad (Telex APAU-IN) 7. Assam University, 8. Andhra Pradesh University Silchar of Health Sciences, Vijaywada (Telex UHS IN) 9. Andhra University, 10.Annamalai University, Waltair, Annamalainagar Visakhapatnam (Telex (Telex AU IN) 11.Anna University, 12.Arunachal University, Sardar Patel Road, Itanagar Madras (Telex ANNU/IN) 13.Assam Agricultual 14.Avadh University University, Faizabad Jorhat Awadesh Pratap Singh 16.Banaras Hindu University University, Varanasi Rewa (Telex BHU-IN) 17.Bangalore University, 18.BarkatullahVishwavidyalaya Bangalore Bhopal Berhampur University, 20.B.N. Mandal University, Berhampur M Bharathiar University 22.Bharathidasan University, Coimbatore Triruchirapalli (Telex UNIB-IN) (Telex ) 23.Bhavnagar University, Bhavnagar Bidhanchandra Krishi Vishwavidyalaya Mohanpur, Dist. Nadia (W.B.) Bihar University 26.Birsa Agricultural Muzafarpur University, Kanke, Ranchi Bombay University 28.Bundelkhand University, Mumbai Jhansi Burdwan University 30.Calicut University, Burdwan Calicut (Telex UNIC-IN) 31.Calcutta University, 32.Chandrashekar Azad Calcutta University of Agriculture and technology, Kanpur Cochin University of 34.Delhi University, Science & Technology, Delhi Cohin (Telex DU IN) (Telex CU IN) 35.Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya 36.Dibrugarh University, Indore Dibrugarh Dr. Hari Singh Gour 38.Dr.M.G.R.Medical University Vishwavidyalaya, Chennai Sagar Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar 40.G.B.pant University of University of Agriculture & Technology Horticulture & Forestry, Pantnagar Solan (Telex PANT IN) 41.Gauhati University, 42.Goa University, Gauhati Bambolim P.O., Santacruz Goa Gorakhpur University 44.Gujarat Agricultural University, Gorakhpur Sardar, Krushinagar Gujarat Ayurveda University 46.Gujarat University, Jamnagar Ahmedabad Gulbarga University, 48.Guru Ghasidas University, Gulbarga Bilaspur (Telex ) 49.Guru Nanak Dev University 50.Choudhary Charan Singh Amritsar Haryana Agricultural (Telex GNDU IN) University, Hissar (Telex HAU-IN) 51.Hemavati Nandan Bahuguna 52.Himachal Pradesh Vishwavidyalaya, University Srinagar (Garhwal) Shimla Himachal Pradesh 54.Hyderabad University, Krishi Vishwavidyalaya Hyderabad Palampur (Telex UHYD IN) 55.Indira Gandhi Krishi 56.Indira Gandhi National Open Vishwavidyalaya, University, maidan Garhi, Raipur New Delhi (Telex IGNOU-IN) 57.Indira Kala Sangeet 58.Jadavpur University, Vishwavidyalaya, Calcutta Khairagarh (Telex VC-JU-IN) 59.Jamia Millia Islamia 60.Jammu University, New Delhi Jammu Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi 62.Jawaharlal Nehru Vishwavidyalaya, Technological University, Jabalpur Hyderabad (Telex ) 63.Jawaharlal Nehru University, 64.Vinoba Bhave University New Mehrauli Road, Hazaribagh (Bihar) New Delhi (Telex JNU IN) 65.Jiwaji University, 66.Kakatiya University, Gwalior Warangal Kalyani University, 68.Kameshwar Singh Darbhanga Kalyani Sanskrit University, Darbhanga Kanpur University, 70.Karnataka University, Kanpur Dharwad Kashmir University, 72.Kashi Vidyapith, Srinagar Varanasi Kerala Agricultural 74.Kerala University, University, Trivendrum Trichur (Telex KNU-IN) 75.Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth, 76.Kota Open University, Dist. Ratnagiri Kota Dapoli F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 16

17 77.Kumanun University, 78.Kuvempu University, Nainital B.R.Project Shimoga District Karnataka. 79.Kurukshetra University, 80.L.N.Mithila University, Kuruksheta Darbanga Lucknow University, 82.M.S. University of Baroda, Lucknow Vadodara (Telex MSU-IN) 83.Madras University, 84.Madurai Kamaraj University Madras Madurai (Telex UNOM-IN) (Telex PKU IN) 85.Magadh University, 86.Mahatma Phule Agricultural Bodhgaya University Dist. Ahmednagar Rahuri Maharshi Dayanand 88.Mahatma Gandhi University University, Kottayam Rohtak Mangalore University, 90.Manipur University, Mangalaganothri Imphal Mangalore Marathwada Agricultural 92.Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar University, Marathwada University, Parbhani Aurangabad Ch.Charan Singh University 94.Mohanlal Sukhadia University Meerut Udaipur Mother Teresa Women's 96.Mysore University, University, Mysore , Race Course Road, Guindy, Madras Nagarjuna University, 98.Nagpur University Nagarjuna Nagar, Ravindra Nath Tagore Marg Guntur (AP) Nagpur (Telex NAG IN) 99.Narendra Deva University 100.North stern Hill of Agriculture & Technology University Narendra Nagar Shilong P. O. Kumarganj Faizabad North Bengal University, 102. North Gujarat University, PO North Bengal University Patan (N.G.) Raja Ram Mohanpur, Darjeeling Orissa University of 104. Osmania University, Agriculture & Technology, Hyderabad Bhubaneshwar (Telex OSMU-IN) 105.Punjab University, 106. Punjab Agriculture Chandigarh University, Ludhiana (Telex ) 107.Punjabrao Krishi Vidyapeeth, 108. Patna University Akola Patna (Telex PKV-IN) 109.Poona University, 110. Pondichery University Pune Pondichery (Telex ) 111.Panjabi University, 112. Purvanchal University, Patiala Jaunpur (UP) (Telex PUP-IN) 113.Rabindra Bharati University, 114. Rajasthan University, Calcutta Jaipur Rajasthan Agriculture 116. Rajendra Agriculture University, University, Bikanner (Rajasthan) Pusa Ranchi University, 118. Rani Durgavati Ranchi Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla 120. Rohilkhand University, University, Bareilly Raipur Roorkee University, 122. Sambalpur University Roorkee Sambalpur (Telex UOR IN) 123.Sardar Patel University, 124 Sampurnand Sanskrit Vallabhvidyanagar Vishwavidyalaya, Varanasi Saurashtra University, 126. Sher-e-Kashmir University Rajkot of Agricultural Science & Technology, P. B.No.262, Srinagar (J & K) 127.Shivaji University, 128. S.N.D.T. Women's University Kolhapur Bombay Sh. Jagannath Sanskrit 130. South Gujarat University, Vishwavidyalaya, Surat Puri Sir Krishnadevaraya 132.Sri. Padmavati Mahila University, Vishwavidyalaya, Anatpur Trrupati Sri. Venkateshwara 134. Tamilnadu Agricultural University, University, Tirupati Coimbatore (Telex TNAU IN) 135.Tamil University, 136. T.N. Veterinary and Animal Thanjavur Sciences University, Madras Telugu University, 138. Tripura University, Lalithakalakshetram Agartala Hyderabad Veer Kunwar Singh 140. University of Agricultural University, Sciences, Bangalore Arrah , Bihar (Telex UASK IN) 141.Utkal University, 142. University of Agricultural Vani Vihar Sciences, Krishinagar, Bhubaneshwar Dharwad (Telex AGCD IN) 143.Vidya Sagar University 144. Vikram University, Midnapore Ujjain Visva Bharati 146. Yashwantrao Chavan Shantiniketan Maharashtra Open University (Telex RABI-IN) Dnyangangotri, Near Gangapur Dam, Gangapur Nashik Institutes Established Under State Legislative Act 1. Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate 2. Sher-e-Kashmir Institute Institute of Medical Sciences of Medical Sciences Lucknow Post Bag No. 27 (Telex SGPG IN) Srinagar 3. Nizam's Institute 4. Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad Sheikhpura, Patana F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 17

18 Institution Deemed to be Universities 1. Banasthali Vidyapith 2. Birla Institute of Technology P.B. Banasthali Mesra (Ranchi) 3. Birla Institute of 4. Central Institute of English Technology & Sciences, & Foreign languages, Pilani Hyderabad (Telex CEPL) 5. Central Institute of Higher 6. Dayalbagh Educational Tibetan Studies, Institute, Dayalbagh, Sarnath, Varanasi Agra (Telex JHTS IN) 7. Gandhigram Rural Institute, 8. Gujarat Vidyapeeth Gandhigram Ahmedabad (Telex GUVI IN) 9. Gurukula Kangri, 10.Deccan College vishwavidyalaya Post-Graduate and Research Haridwar Institute, Pune Indian Agricultural 12.Indian Institute of Sciences, Research Institute, Bangalore New Delhi (Telex II Sc.In) (Telex IARI-IN) 13. Indian School of Mines, 14.International Institute for Dhanbad Population Scs., Deonar (Telex ) Mumbai Indian Veterinary 16.Jamia Hamdard Research Institute, Hamdard Nagar, Izatnagar New Delhi (Telex IVRI IN) 17. National Dairy Research 18.National Museum Institute Institute, of the History of Arts, Karnal (Haryana) Conservation and Muscology, New Delhi Rajasthan Vidyapith, 20.Central Institute of Udaipur Fisheries Education, Versova - Bombay. 21. Rashtriya Sanskrit 22.School of Planing & Vidyapith, Architecture, Tirupati No.4, Block B, I. P. Estate New Delhi Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri 24.Sir Sathya Sai Institute of Rashtriya Sanskrit Higher Learning, Vidyapeeth, Presnthinilayam, New Delhi Dist. Anantapur Shri. Avinashilingam Institute 26. Tata Institute of Social for Home Sciences & Higher Sciences, Deonar, Education for Women, P. B. No Coimbatore Mumbai (Telex ADU IN) 27. Tilak Maharashtra 28.Thapar Institute of Vidyapeeth, Engineering & Technology, Pune Patiala Institutes of National Importance 1. All India Institute 2. Dakshina Bharati Hindi of medical Sciences Prachar Sabha, Ansari Nagar, Thyagraja Nagar, New Delhi Madras Indian Institute of 4. Indian Institute of Technology, Technology, Powai, Hauz Khas, Mumbai New Delhi (Telex LITB IN) (Telex IIT IN) 5. Indian Institute of Technology 6.Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur Karagpur (Telex ) (Telex ITKC-III) 7. Indian Institute of Technology 8. Indian Statistical Institute, Madras Calcutta (Telex IITM IN) (Telex STATE IN) 9. Postgraduate Institute of 10.Sree Chitra Tirunal Medical Education & Institute for Medical Sciences Research, & Technology, Chandigarh Trivandrum (Telex PGI IN) (Telex ) List of Universities Approved by the University Grants Commission 1. Chitrakoot Gramody 2. Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Open Vishwavidyalaya, University, Chitrakut Hyderabad District - Satana (MP) 3. Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar 4. Jai Narain Vyas University, Technological University, Jodhpur Lonare (Dist.Raigad) Maharashtra 5. Kannada University, 6. Maharshi Dayanand Hampi Saraswati University, (Karnataka) Ajmer Makhanlal Chaturvedi 8. Manonmaniem Sundarnar Rashtriya Patrakarta University, Vishwavidyalay, Tirunelveli Bhopal National Law School of 10.North Maharashtra University India, P.B. No P. B. No. 80, Bangalore Jalgaon Punjab Agriculture University 12.Tazpur University, Ludhiana Napam (Assam) 13.T.M.Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur Instiutions Deemed to be University 1. Bengal Engineering College 2. Forest Research Institute Howrah (W.B.) Dehradun Gokhale Institute of Politics 4. Jain Vishwa Bharathi & Economics, Institute, Pune Ladnun (Rajasthan) 5. Manipal Academy 6. Sri Chandrasekharndra Higher Education Saraswathy Nyaya Shastra Manipal Mahavidyalaya, (Karnataka) Kancheepuram F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 18

19 Appendix - 3 : University Grants Commission Resolution (2004) F1-52/2000(CPP-II) 5 MAY 2004 The Registrar / Director Of all the Indian Universities (Deemed, State, Central Universities / Institutions of National importance) Subject : Recognition of Degrees awarded by Open Universities. {díd{dúmb` AZwXmZ Am`moJ ~hmxwaemh Om\$a _mj ZB {Xëbr UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION BAHADURSHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI Sir/Madam, There are a number of open Universities in the country offering various degrees/diploma through the mode of non-formal education. The Open Universities have been established in the country by an Act of Parliament or State Legislature in accordance with the provisions contained in Section 2(f) of University Grants Commission Act, These universities are, therefore, empowered to award degrees in terms of Section 22(1) of the UGC Act, A circular was earlier issued vide UGC letter N.F.1-8/92(CPP) dated February, 1992 mentioning that the Certificate, Diplomas and Degrees awarded by Indira Gandhi National Open University are to be treated equivalent to the corresponding awards of the Universities in the country. Attention is further invited to UGC circular No.F1-25/93(CPP-II) dated 28 th July, 1993 (copy enclosed) for recognition of degrees and diplomas as well as transfer of credit for courses successfully completed by students between the two types of universities so that the mobility of students from Open University stream to traditional Universities is ensured without any difficulty. The UGC has specified the nomenclature of degrees under Section 22(3) of the UGC Act, 1956 to ensure mandatory requirements viz. minimum essential academic inputs required for awarding such degrees. A copy of Gazette Notification regarding specification of degrees issued vide No.1-52/97(CPP- II) dated 31 st January 2004 is enclosed. The details are also given in UGC Web site : May, I therefore request you to treat the Degrees / Diploma / Certificates awarded by the Open Universities in conformity with the UGC notification on Specification of Degrees as equivalent to the corresponding awards of the traditional Universities in the country. Yours faithfully (Dr. Mrs. Pankaj Mittal) Encl. : As Above Copy to : Joint Secretary 1. The Secretary, Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Secondary Education and Higher Education, Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi The Secretary, All Indian Council for Technical Education, I.G. Sports Complex, Indraprastha Estate, New Delhi 3. The Secretary, Association of Indian Universities (AIU), 16, Comrade Inderjit Gupta Marg, New Delhi The Secretary, National Council for Teacher Education, I.G. Stadium, I. P. Estate, New Delhi The Director of Distance Education Council, IGNOU Campus, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi The Vice-Chancellor, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi The Vice-Chancellor, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Open University, Road, No. 46, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad (AP) 8. The Vice-Chancellor, Nalanda Open University, West Gandhi Maidan, Patna (Bihar) 9. The Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University, Shahigaug, Ahmedabad (Gujarat) 10. The Vice-Chancellor, Karnataka State Open University, Manasagangotri, Mysore (Karnataka) 11. The Vice-Chancellor, Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik (Maharashtra) 12. The Vice-Chancellor, Kota Open University, Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University, Kota (Rajasthan) 13. The Vice-Chancellor, Netaji Subhash Open University, Kolkata (West Bengal) 14. The Vice-Chancellor, Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (Open) University, Bhopal (M.P.) (V.K. Jaiswal) Under Secretary F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 19

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