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    • Innovative and Professional BA and B.Com in Gyan Vihar University Jaipur By : Dr. Trilok Kumar Jain Dean, ISBM (International School of Business Management) Suresh Gyan Vihar University Jaipur www.gyanvihar.org Isbm@gyanvihar.org 9414430763 Jaipur city is known for its beauty, cultural elegance, heritage and warmth. Suresh Gyan Vihar University Jaipur is known for its innovative professional courses. The University has carved out a distincit image for being a very proactive and progressive University. It is the only University which has created a system of complete water re-cycling. This University has been giving thrust to the contemporary issues and organises conventions and conferences every year. The University organises Convention on Climate Change and Water Crisis every year (details can be seen at www.c3w.in). The University has given its students tremendous flexibility to pursue academic projects. Due to these innovations the students have created many world records (for example the Limca Book of Records for Multi Lagged Race - where 111 students ran the race together). The University has recently launched BA (Honors in Economics) with preparation for Civil Services and other competitive examinations. BA (Honors in Economics) • This programme will provide adequate knowledge in theory and practice relative to effective implementation of various decision making relating to economic issues, contemporary issues. The programme will prepare the student to have thorough understanding of contemporary economic framework, which will help in the development of student as an aware citizen. The student can use the knowledge of economics in his job, entrepreneurship, social work, civil services or other sectors. • This will prepare students for service and leadership in a diverse community like business, NGOs, Social service, politics, research, and other activities. The student will have flexibility to choose the best sector for career.
    • • Students can expect to learn business skills into the present day business environment as well, in addition to taking courses on, database management, information security, IT, and even supply chain management. • This programme with its options ‘Personal Grooming’ will prepare the students for their civil services examination. The student can also prepare for other competitive examinations like Indian Economic Services, IBPS, Staff Selection Board, CDS etc. • We hope that after undertaking this programme the students will be fully equipped to handle the challenges which the business world will be offering him. The programme will build a strong foundation, which will enable the student to succeed in facing the challenges of life and enhance the skills of the students to be able to succeed in whatever activities the student pursues. How is B.A. (Hons.) Economics Course Beneficial? • The greatest scope after doing B.A (Honors) in Economics is that it not only makes you eligible but also gives you a fairly better chance to qualify the Indian Civil Services exams. • A Bachelor's Degree of economics prepares the graduate for a wide variety of careers dealing with the flow of money, from accountant to investment banker, money manager to personal finance consultant. • B.A. (Hons.) (Economics) degree holders are eligible for pursuing their Post graduate degrees in the subject of Economics and thus become further eligible for the job of a lecturer / teacher to teach the subject at various levels. • Economics graduates can take up research work in various fields of India’s national security problems including the international relations, geostrategic, geopolitical, socio-economic, tactical aspects of war, etc. B.A. (Hons.) Economics Employment Areas • Various corporate sectors for analytical work like demand forecasting etc. • Finance, Commerce and the Banking Sectors • Research Associates with Economic Consulting Firms • Economic Consulting Jobs • Customs Department • Import / Export Companies • Civil Services • Jobs in the fields of Agricultural Economics, Econometrics, etc
    • • Business Analyst • Corporate Analyst • Financial Analysts • Investments Analyst • Investment Banker • Market Analysts • Marketing Manager • Money Manager • Operations Manager • Personal Finance Consultant • Securities Analyst Higher Courses : The student can pursue following courses in economics after doing their BA: - • M.A. (Economics) • M.Phil. (Economics) (after MA) • Ph.D. (Economics) (after MA) The contents of BA (Honors in Economics) are as under :- 1st Semester : - Principles of Economics Indian Economy Introduction to Micro Economics Statistical Methods for Economics General Studies Soft Skills Language English 2nd Semester :- Introduction to Macro Economics Money banking and Financial Systems Mathematical method in Economics
    • History of Economic Thoughts General Studies Contemporary Economic and Administrative Issues Environmental Studies 3rd Semester : - Advanced Micro economic Analysis Public Finance Introductory Econometrics Economic History of India: 1857-1947 General Studies Contemporary Economic and Administrative Issues Fundamentals of logic and Reasoning 4th Semester : - International Economic Environment Advanced Macro economics Development and Growth Economics Industrial and labour Economics General Studies Contemporary Economic and Administrative Issues Advanced Statistical software for economics 5th Semester :- Comprehensive Economics Elective 1 Seminar Minor project report
    • Relative Economics and sustainable development General Studies Contemporary Economic and Administrative Issues 6th Semester : - Contemporary issues in economics Elective 1 Seminar Research report Soft Skills General Studies Contemporary Economic and Administrative Issues Elective Papers : - Industrial Economics Financial Institutions and Markets Economics of Health and Education Political Economy Applied Econometrics Economy, State and Society Environmental Economics Personnel competency and capability Building System Rural Economics Agriculture Economics Business Economics Relative Economics
    • Special Features of BA (Honors in Economics) The programme has many features that make this programme different and superior to other similar existing programmes :- a. Regular Soft Skills Training b. Comprehensive Skill Enhancement Programmes for development of Students c. Regular interaction with professionals and regular guidance d. Practical labs for transfering theoretical knowledge into practical projects e. Summer internships f. Industry projects g. Regular mock tests and practise sessions for preparation of technical tests, aptitude tests, interviews and other requirements of the corporate world (like paper presentation etc.) h. Regular training in paper writing, technical paper preparation B.Com (Corporate Secretaryships) There is a huge demand of professionals to help the companies in managing their administration and in handling their corporate compliance work. The companies have to follow many business laws like Companies Act, wherein they have to prepare many documents. B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship) programme prepares students for this profession. The students learn practical aspects of legal and commercial documentation, drafting, conveyancing, business report preparation, and other such work. The students can join companies after this course to work as corporate secretaries / administrative personnel / finance professionals. The students also learn details of working of stock exchanges, regulations of SEBI and study other economic legislations. The students have a freedom to do CS of ICSI (it is optional - if they wish to do CS of ICSI, they can pursue it as per norms of ICSI, however, we recommend to our students to pursue CS of ICSI also for better career). Scope of this course is becoming very broad with the growth in the corporate world. One can get into highly paidpositions in the private and public sectors, various banks and financial institutions, , the Department of corporate Affairs, stock exchanges , corporate law boards and government departments. The job positions begin with Junior Secretarial officer, corporate Secretary, to the Financial Advisor, keeping in consideration the internal hierarchical order of the organization. However, with more experience, one can always go higher up the growth
    • ladder leading to heading the Legal department of a firm and even becoming a Director or Managing Director. With the proper set of knowledge and skills, one can easily advance in his/her career in this particular field. Roles and Responsibilities After doing this course, our students will work in companies as accountant, corporate legal personnel, corporate secretarial personnel or as finance personnel. They will be involved in formulating policies for the corporate, keeping record of all the legal matters, managing public issues, dealing with mergers and acquisitions or joint ventures and the likes. They can also work for banks and financial institutions, stock exchanges, the Department of corporate Affairs, corporate law boards and government departments. corporate secretary acts as an advisor for legal matters The course contents of the programme are as under : - 1st Semester : - Monetary Theory and Institutions Book Keeping and Fundamentals of Accounting Business Organization & Management Business Economics Business Regulatory Framework Computers for Business Language Paper - English Soft Skills Training-I 2nd Semester : - Information Technology and Business Communication Financial Accounting Specialized Accounts Commercial Documentation and Report Writing
    • General Law and Practice BusinessStatistics Environmental Studies Soft Skills Training-II 3rd Semester: - Auditing Direct Tax Laws Company Law -1 Advanced Company Accounting Costing & Management Accounting Indian Labour Laws Indian Economic Laws Soft Skills Training-III 4th Semester : - Indian Capital Markets Indirect Tax Laws Company Law -2 Corporate Accounts Financial Analysis Indian Securities Laws Business Entrepreneurship Soft Skills Training-IV 5th Semester :- Advanced Company Accounts & Financial Analysis
    • Corporate Governance, Business Ethics and Sustainability Advanced Tax Practice and Tax Planning Secretarial Practice Due Diligence and Corporate Compliance Management International Trade and role of WTO Corporate Restructuring: Valuation & Insolvency Advanced Company Law & Practice Soft Skills Training-V 6th Semester : - Strategic Financial Management Financial, Treasury and Forex Management Corporate Negotiations, Drafting, Appearances and Pleading Strategic Management, Alliances and Restructuring Information Technology & Systems Audit Intellectual Property Rights: Law, Practice & Accounting Standards Elective Paper 1 Elective Paper -2 Salient Features of B.Com (Corporate Secretaryship) There are following features that make the B.Com. of Suresh Gyan Vihar University different from other available programmes : - • Regular industry interaction including industry visits • Regular guest lectures from corporate world • Summer projects • Practical trainings in accounting lab and finance lab • Curriculum as per the requirements of the companies
    • • Continuous updation of curriculum and study material • Faculty with industry experience • Hands on experience of corporate work systems • Flexibility to do CS of ICSI or CMA of CIMA (the student gets an opportunity to do one additional professional course along with regular B.Com (Hons). ) Summer Internship : - During Summer Vacations, the student will have to work on some project with some company / CA / CS and get practical knowlege of accounting /finance / corporate reporting. This will help the student in his development. Students from the first batch have had a great experience of working with Chartered Accountants and business professionals. Although the students of the first batch have gone for projects for the first time, they have experienced a great response from the industry. They have found that mentors from the corporate world give them the required skills and competencies. The companies have found that B.Com. students are very useful to them as summer interns and contribute a great deal in their accounting and finance systems. The University is getting positive feedback about their summer projects. One such email is being re-produced here, this is about summer training of Mr. Amit Pathak, who has just completed B.Com. 1st year from Suresh Gyan Vihar University and has undertaken his summer internship at the Living Greens : - “To The Dean Suresh Gyan Vihar University Jaipur Dear Sir We are currently re-engineering our complete accounting systems and developing a method of developing real-time decision-support data. Amit is playing a very crucial role in it. We seek your kind cooperation by requesting an extension of Amit's summer internship to 31st July. If his internship is not extended, our re-engineering process will get seriously de-railed. We hope you would conceded to this humble request.” Warm Regards, Prateek Tiwari Founder & CEO THE LIVING GREENS”
    • B.Com (Honors in Management Accounting) Management Accounting prepares students for taking strategic decisions relating to important decision making areas like pricing, costing, financial decisions etc. This course prepares students for all such decision making. After completing the course, the students will be able to handle corporate decisions relating to strategies, organisational performance, accounting, finance, operations and other important business issues. A management accountant prepares, develops and analyses key financial information to ensure that an organisation's management makes well-informed decisions to ensure future stability, growth and profitability. They establish and maintain financial policies and management information systems, as well as provide a high quality support service by liaising with management colleagues on all aspects of finance. The role combines accounting skills with business management skills. A management accountant's role is to look to the future. They analyse the performance of a business and advise on how to pre-empt problems, adapt to changing circumstances and improve value. This is done by managing and reducing operational and production costs and implementing newer, more effective strategies. They can work in a specific division or across the whole organisation. After B.Com (Hons in Management Accounting) the student will be expected to do the following in the corporates whereever they work: - preparing periodic financial statements, including profit and loss accounts, budgets, cash flows, variance analysis and commentaries; providing a support service by working with all departments and the management team to help make financial decisions; informing key strategic decisions and formulating business strategies; advising on the financial implications and consequences of business decisions; analysing financial performance and so contributing to medium and long-term business planning/forecasts; negotiating on major projects, loans and grants; offering professional judgement on financial matters and advising on ways of improving business performance;
    • interpreting and communicating financial data to non-financial managers; liaising with other function managers to put the finances and accounts in context; monitoring and evaluating financial information systems and suggesting improvements where needed; implementing corporate governance procedures, risk management and internal controls. The students can do CMA of CIMA along with this course. The syllabus has been so designed that the students will find it easy to prepare for CMA along with this programme - as the course contents and structure of the programme is in parallel to the CMA of CIMA. The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) is a United Kingdom-based professional body offering training and qualification in management accountancy and related subjects, focused on accounting for business; together with ongoing support for members. Its particular emphasis is on developing the management accounting profession worldwide. CIMA is the largest management accounting body in the world, with more than 203,000 members and students in 173 countries. CIMA also is a member of the International Federation of Accountants. The students get many exemptions in other courses like CPA etc. once they complete CMA. The course contents of the programme are as under : - 1st Semester : Fundamentals of Financial accounting Book Keeping and Fundamentals of Accounting Fundamentals of Business Mathematics Fundamentals of Business Economics Business Regulatory Framework Computers for Business Language English Soft Skills Training-I Computers for Business - Lab 2nd Semester : - Information Technology and Business Communication
    • Financial Accounting Fundamentals of Management Accounting Commercial Documentation and Report Writing Business Ethics & corporate governance and general Law and practices BusinessStatistics Environmental Studies Soft Skills Training-II 3rd Semester : Auditing Direct Tax Laws Enterprises operation Advanced Company Accounting Performance operation Financial operations Soft Skills Training-III 4th Semester : - Indian Capital Markets Indirect Tax Laws Company Law -2 Corporate Accounts Financial Analysis Indian Securities Laws Business Entrepreneurship Soft Skills Training-IV 5th Semester : -
    • Advanced Company Accounts & Financial Analysis Corporate Governance, Business Ethics and Sustainability Advanced Tax Practice and Tax Planning Enterprises Management Indian Economic Laws Performance Management Financial Management Soft Skills Training-V 6th Semester : - Strategic Financial Management Financial, Treasury and Forex Management Corporate Negotiations, Drafting, Appearances and Pleading Enterprises strategies Performance strategies Financial Strategies Soft Skills Training -VI This programme is designed to prepare students to handle following activities in the corporate world: - a. Management Accounting related work b. Corporate Decision Making related work c. Accounting and Financial Information System related work d. Corporate Valuation and Restructuring related work Summer Internship : - During Summer Vacations, the student will have to work on some project with some company /
    • CA / CS and get practical knowlege of accounting /finance / corporate reporting. This will help the student in his development.