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    1. 1. GLOBAL REACH IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING<br />
    2. 2. WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />
    3. 3. From academic year 2011-12 <br />College going Bcom students will have 60-40 evaluation pattern<br />60-40 EVALUATION PATTERN FOR EACH TERM<br />Note : The 60-40 evaluation pattern is applicable from the current academic year (2011-12) for F.Y.B.com. & T.Y.B.Com. <br /> and from next academic year (2012-13) for S.Y.B.Com. <br /> The above table indicates the structure for the same. However the detailed composition is under review.<br />Minimum 35% marks in external and internal <br /> in each term (on stand alone basis) is mandatory for passing.<br />WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />
    4. 4. SCHEDULE FROM JULY’11 TO MAY’12<br />+<br />Most students have appeared only one group in May Attempt in the recent past.<br />(63%of the college going B.Com. students of Mumbai in the recent past have attempted only one group of IPCC in May & the other group in November.)<br />(ONLY ONE-THIRD of the balance 37%have successfully cleared both groups in first attempt during May.)<br />Note : MTC for IPCC timings at Mulund will be 12.00-6.30. Two lectures for 3 hours each + half hour break<br />
    5. 5. CURRENT TREND OF CA STUDENTS ACROSS INDIA<br />approximate indicative numbers per annum<br />*Majority of Mumbai students take CPT immediately post 12th (June attempt),<br /> unlike outside Mumbai (December attempt). Hence the ratio is low at 5%. <br />The trend of CA student pursuing B.Com. via Distance Education even in Mumbai is rising rapidly @ 40% - 50% YoY in the recent past, since the advent of IPCC. It will be at par with all India trends in the next 2-3 years.<br />
    6. 6. CURRENT TREND OF CA STUDENTS ACROSS INDIA<br />The trend of CA student pursuing B.Com. via Distance Education even in Mumbai is rising rapidly @ 40% - 50% YoY in the recent past, since the advent of IPCC. It will be at par with all India trends in the next 2-3 years.<br />
    7. 7. CURRENT TREND OF CA STUDENTS ACROSS INDIA<br /> B.Com. from a specific College / University is just another step (OPTIONAL/PREFERABLE)<br />towards the ultimate milestone of being a <br />CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT !<br />B.Com. / Any other graduation is not compulsory <br />for CA course as per ICAI guidelines. <br />
    8. 8. ELIGIBILITY FOR C.A.<br />
    9. 9. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS FOR B.Com.<br />Academic life would be so easy<br /> if B.Com. exams would be <br />in May end, post IPCC exams! <br />
    10. 10. Discover The New Dimension of Commerce<br />
    11. 11. TYPES OF UNIVERSITIES (GOVERNMENT OWNED )<br />
    12. 12. TYPES OF UNIVERSITIES (PRIVATE OWNED )<br />
    13. 13. IMPORTANT GOVERNMENT BODIES<br />
    14. 14. ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY<br />
    15. 15. About Annamalai University<br />1. Unitary, teaching, and residential university.<br />2. Founded by the late Hon’ble Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad in 1929.<br />3. Forty-nine Departments of Study and over 3240 members on its teaching staff.<br />4. A busy and full-fledged University town, east of Chidambaram, <br /> 35,000 residential students annually.<br />5. Occupies an area of about thousand acres.<br />6. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council has accredited <br /> Annamalai University at the 'B++' (80 – 85) level among the universities.<br />7. 4,50,000 students annually through distance education mode.<br />
    16. 16. About Annamalai University<br />
    17. 17. About Annamalai University<br />
    18. 18.
    19. 19. About Annamalai University<br />
    20. 20. About Annamalai University<br />
    21. 21. About Annamalai University<br />
    22. 22.
    23. 23. ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY<br />DIRECTORATE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION<br />The Directorate of Distance Education established in 1979.<br />Four hundred and one different programmes of study.<br />Postgraduate Degree Programmes in Commerce, Management, Applied Psychology, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Bioinformatics and Law.<br />Also offering the Programmes on Fashion Design, Textile Design, Interior Design, Hotel Management and Catering Technology Programmes, Retail Management, Twinning Programme, Programmes on Health Science, Commonwealth Youth Programme, Yoga, Music, Fire and Safety, Pharmaceutical and Taxation Programmes.<br />5. All the programmes of study offered by the Directorate of Distance Education <br /> have the approval of the Distance Education Council, New Delhi.<br />
    24. 24. Twinning programme<br />Twinning programme is an innovative concept and it is a mixture of on campus and off campus modes. In this, student undergoes an intensive coaching of 250 – 300 hours of teaching per year (will be covered with IPCC lectures at MTC) like in the regular colleges. The twinning programme widens the scope of educational opportunity and access for students.<br />Programmes offered by the directorate<br />The Directorate of Distance Education, Annamalai University is offering B.Com, M.Com, BBA & MBA under the Twinning Programme <br />through MT Educare Limited, from the <br />Academic year 2010-2011 onwards.<br />
    25. 25. AU-MTEPL TWINNING PROGRAMMES<br />UNDER–GRADUATE DEGREE IN COMMERCE<br />POST–GRADUATE DEGREE IN COMMERCE<br />Management Related DEGREES<br />
    26. 26.
    27. 27. Comparison of B.Com of MU and B.Com of AU<br />F.Y.B.Com<br />4 papers<br />7papers<br />VS<br />
    28. 28. Comparison of B.Com of MU and B.Com of AU<br />S.Y.B.Com<br />4 papers<br />6papers<br />VS<br />
    29. 29. Comparison of B.Com of MU and B.Com of AU<br />T.Y.B.Com<br />6 papers<br />7papers<br />VS<br />
    30. 30. Comparison of B.Com of MU and B.Com of AU<br />14<br />20<br />VS<br />
    31. 31. F.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />ELEMENTS OF INSURANCE<br />(100 marks)<br /> Definition of insurance, Classification of contract of insurance, General principles, Life assurance, Objects of life assurance ,Different plans of life assurance and annuities, Assignments and Nominations, Lapses and revivals, Surrender values and loans, Claims, Double Insurance, Principles of marine insurance , Subrogation and Contribution, Types of marine policies, Reinsurance and Double Insurance, Principle of law as applied to fire insurance, Types of fire policies, Cover note, Surveys and Inspection, Average, Reinsurance, Renewals.<br />
    32. 32. F.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />PROSE AND USAGE<br />(100 marks)<br />ENGLISH GRAMMAR<br />8. Conjunctions<br />9. The Tense – Forms and Use<br />10. Agreement of the Verb with Its Subject<br />11. Negative and Interrogative sentences, <br />12. Passive voice <br />13. Non-Finites <br />14. Direct and Indirect Speech <br />1. Articles<br />2. Pronouns<br />3. Adjectives<br />4. Verbs<br />5. Auxiliaries and Modals<br />6. Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases<br />7. Prepositions<br />
    33. 33. F.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />ELEMENTS OF ACCOUNTANCY<br />(100 marks)<br />UNIT- I<br />Accounting Concepts, Conventions, Principles of Double Entry, Journal, Ledger, Subsidiary Books, Trading, Profit & Loss Account, and Balance Sheet.<br />UNIT – II<br />Receipts and Payments Account, Income and Expenditure Account, Insurance Claims for loss of Stock.<br />UNIT – III<br />Depreciation, Meaning, Need, Methods, of Depreciation, Straight Line Method, Diminishing Balance Method, Change in Method of Depreciation, Self Balancing Ledger and Sectional Balance.<br />UNIT – IV<br />Average Due Date and Account Current, Bills of Exchange, Journal Entries, Honour, Dishonour, Noting, Renewal, Discounting.<br />UNIT – V<br />Consignment Account, Joint Venture Account.<br />
    34. 34. F.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT<br />(100 marks)<br /> Business Environment, Concept, Significance, Kinds, Factors, Environmental influence on Business.<br />Social and Cultural Environment, Demographic trend, Indian Social Structure, Caste and Communal Systems, Joint family system and its impact on Business.<br />Political Environment, Directive of state Policy, Center State Relations, Govt. intervention on Private Business.<br />4. Economic Environment, Economic Systems, Mixed Economy, Sectors of Economy and their significance, Agriculture, Industry and Service Sectors, Kinds of Industrial Sector, Multination Corporations, Meaning, Importance Advantages, Weaknesses.<br />Technological Environment, Choice of Technology, Problems in Selecting, Appropriate Technology, Importance to Business,<br /> Social Responsibility, Responsibility towards various Interest Groups. <br />
    35. 35. S.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />BUSINESS STATISTICS<br />(100 marks)<br />1. Meaning and scope of statistics with special reference to commercial problems.<br />2. Statistical investigation: Collection of primary and secondary data.<br />3. Classification and tabulation of data-diagrammatic and graphical representation frequency distributions.<br />4. Averages: The arithmetic geometric and harmonic means, median and mode weighted averages, characteristics of different averages.<br />5. Dispersion : The range the inter quartile range mean deviation and the standard deviation.<br />6. Skewness : Different measures of skewnwss. <br />7. Correlation(Linear correlation only)<br />8. Interpolation<br />9. Index Number : Definition of index number ,use of the index number, the reversal tests for the index number cost of living index number. Index number of wholesale prices.<br />10. Time series: Seasonal, cyclical and irregular fluctuations-method of elimination of their influence secular trend.<br />11. Study of Indian statistics: vital statistical- birth and death rates- crude, corrected and standardised death rates.<br />12. Method of economic survey: preparation of schedules and questionnaires. <br />
    36. 36. S.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />ENGLISH COMPOSITION(A)&(B)<br />(100marks)<br />1. The technique of writing business letters.<br />2. The structure of business letters.<br />3. Letter of inquiry.<br />4. Offers and Quotations(Replies to inquiries)<br />5. Orders.<br />6. Complaints and Adjustments. <br />7. Trade references or Status inquiries.<br />8. Collection letters.<br />9. Circular letters.<br />10. Sales letters.<br />11. Agency letters.<br />12. Bank Correspondence.<br />13. Insurance letters.<br />14. Writing of Minutes and reports.<br />15. Job-application-Writing of Essays- Drafting of Speeches. <br />
    37. 37. S.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />OFFICE ORGANISATION AND SECRETARIAL PRACTICE<br />(100 marks)<br />1. Modern office- Function, Scope, Place in company structure, floor, Space, Office layout and environment- Office accommodation , Furniture and equipment, Upkeep and maintenance, Internal and external communication systems<br />2. Filing and indexing.<br />3. Supervision- Motivation and Morale- Duty Lists, Charts and Manuals, Office forms and their control.<br />4. Secretary – Types/ kinds/ functions of company Secretary. <br />5. Secretarial procedure for the issue of shares , transfer and transmission of shares.<br />6. Allotment procedure, irregular allotment. <br />Company Meetings, Different kinds, Duties of company Secretary, Resolution Minutes writing.<br />
    38. 38. S.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />BUSINESS ORGANISATION<br />(100 marks)<br />1. The functions of Business Undertakings.<br />2. Types of Business Organisation.<br />3. Sole trader- Partnership.<br />4. Co-operative society.<br />5. Joint stock company.<br />6. Company Management. <br />7&8. The size of Business Units and Location.<br />9. Large Scale vs Small Scale Business Units.<br />10. Optimum size.<br />11. Company Finance.<br />12&13. Sources of Finance<br />14. Methods of remunerating labour.<br />15. Functions of Marketing.<br />16. Labour participation in management.<br /> Large scale retailing. <br /> Scientific management.<br /> Combination.<br />20. State and Industry. <br />
    39. 39. T.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />ADVANCED ACCOUNTANCY<br />(100 marks)<br />1. Partnership<br />2. Partner’s admission<br />3. Retirement of a partner<br />4. Joint life policy<br />5. Death of partner<br />6. Amalgamation of firms <br />7. Dissolution of a partnership firm<br />8. Piecemeal distribution<br />9. Sale to a company<br />10. Single entry system<br />11. Company accounts , issue of shares<br />12. Issue and redemption of preference shares<br />13. Issue and redemption of debentures<br />14. Company final account<br />15. Amalgamation<br />16. Absorption<br />17. Reconstruction<br />18. Departmental and branch accounts<br />19. Hire-purchase and installment systems<br />20. Royalties <br />
    40. 40. T.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />MODERN BANKING : THEORY, LAW AND PRACTICE<br />(100 marks)<br />1. Evolution of banking institutions<br />2. Unit banking and branch banking<br />3. Balance sheet of commercial banks<br />4. Creation of credit<br />5. Central bank<br />6. Quantitative methods of credit control <br />7. Qualitative method of credit control<br />8. The Indian money market<br />9. Other money markets<br />10. Indian commercial banks<br />11. State Bank of India<br />12. The Reserve Bank of India<br />13. Banker and customers<br />14. Deposits<br />15. Pass book<br />16. Special types of customers<br />17. Cheques<br />18. Paying banker<br />19. Collecting banker<br />20. Advances <br />
    41. 41. T.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />COMMERCIAL LAW<br />(100 marks)<br />1. Introduction<br />2. Definition, nature and kinds of contract<br />3. Offer and acceptance<br />4. Consideration<br />5. Free consent<br />6. Legality of consideration and object <br />7. Discharge of contract<br />8. Remedies of breach of contract<br />9. Quasi contract<br />10. Law of indemnity and guarantee<br />11. Law of bailment and pledge<br />12. Contract of agency<br />13. Law of partnership<br />14. Sale of goods Act<br />15. Law of insurance<br />16. Law of common carriers<br />17. Law of negotiable instruments<br />18. Law of insolvency<br />19. Company law<br /> Prospectus-transfer of <br /> shares- amalgamation meeting <br /> and winding up of companies <br />
    42. 42. T.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />AUDITING<br />(100 marks)<br />1. Principles of Auditing<br />2. Classification of audit and audit programme<br />3. Internal check<br />4. Vouching – Cash Transactions <br />5. Vouching trade transactions<br />6. Auditing ledger accounts <br />7. Verification and valuation of stock<br />8. Verification and valuation of asses and liabilities<br />9. Depreciation<br />10. Reserves<br />11. Audit of limited companies<br />12. Company auditors- appointments. Right and Issue<br />13. Share capital audit and auditing of debenture issue<br />14. Statutory audit and share transfer audit<br />15. Dividends-Interim and final dividend<br />16. Managerial remuneration contract with directors and loans to Directors<br />17. Divisible profit -capital profit and dividend<br />18. Liabilities of an auditor I- civil and criminal liabilities under company law<br />19. Liabilities of an auditor II-legal decisions governing liabilities of an auditor<br />20. Investigation <br />
    43. 43. T.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />COST ACCOUNTING - I<br />(100 marks)<br />1. Objects and advantages of costing, Element of cost, Principle of Allocation and<br /> apportionment, Books and records to be maintained.<br />Direct Materials, Purchase and Issue Routine from for Record, Requisition, Bin<br /> card stores ledgers, Methods of pricing the Issue, Losses Recording and <br /> control of Materials. <br />Direct Labour, Time Recording and Analysis, Methods of Remuneration, <br /> Treatment of Over time and Idle Time.<br />Direct charges and Indirect Expenses, Classification, Estimation, Method of <br /> Recovery Interest, Deprecation. <br />Method of Costing, Their Suitability for various Productive and Service <br /> Organisation, Features of costing Methods.<br />
    44. 44. T.Y.B.Com AU<br />SYLLABUS<br />COST ACCOUNTING - II<br />(100 marks)<br />1&2. Presentation of cost sheet<br />3. Production Ledger<br />4&5. Process costing<br />6. Contract Accounts <br />7. Job Accounts<br />8&9. Reconciliation- Costing and Financial Books <br />10&11&12. Marginal Costing<br />13&14&15. Standard Costing and Variance Analysis<br />16. Budgetary Control<br />17. Standard Costing and Budgetary Control<br />Cost Accounting I & II has an option with Co-operation I & II<br />
    45. 45. B.Com. via TWINNING PROGRAMME<br />Kindly refer to the prospectus for the details of the following points <br /><ul><li>PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE DIRECTORATE
    46. 46. APPLICATION FORM
    47. 47. INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING IN APPLICATION FORM
    48. 48. PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION
    49. 49. MODE OF PAYMENT
    50. 50. ENROLMENT NUMBER
    51. 51. IDENTITY CARD</li></li></ul><li>B.Com. via TWINNING PROGRAMME<br />Kindly refer to the prospectus for the details of the following points <br /><ul><li>DESPATCH OF STUDY MATERIALS
    52. 52. PERSONAL CONTACT PROGRAMME (PCP)
    53. 53. RESPONSE SHEETS / ASSIGNMENTS
    54. 54. CHANGE OF ADDRESS
    55. 55. CHANGE OF NAME
    56. 56. CHANGE OF PROGRAMME / MEDIUM / OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
    57. 57. TRANSFER / MIGRATION CERTIFICATE</li></li></ul><li>B.Com. via TWINNING PROGRAMME<br />Kindly refer to the prospectus for the details of the following points <br /><ul><li>BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE
    58. 58. SCHOLARSHIP TO SC / ST STUDENTS
    59. 59. ENQUIRIES AND CORRESPONDENCE
    60. 60. UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS
    61. 61. HALL TICKETS
    62. 62. EXAMINATION RESULTS & ISSUE OF MARK LISTS
    63. 63. OTHER CONTACT FACILITIES</li></li></ul><li>UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS<br />The Annual University Examinations will be held in May and June usually <br />commencing on 19th May upto 6th June for all the 401 programmes of AU. <br />However, the exams for the four subjects of F.Y.B.Com. of <br />MTC – AU Twinning Program students doing CA will be post IPCC exams <br />(PROBABLY between 19th May 2012 to 6th June 2012)<br />Supplementary examinations for absentees and those who have failed in <br />the previous examinations are held in December, usually commencing on <br />26th December 2012.<br />HALL TICKETS<br />The intimation of venue of examination (normally a nearby school/college)<br />with the examination registration number and particulars (hall ticket) <br />will be provided by MT Educare Limited, one week prior to the commencement of examinations.<br />
    64. 64. RECOGNITION<br />Letter No. 94873/HI/91-1<br /> Education (HI) Department<br /> Fort St. George, Madras – 600 009<br /> Dated: 17.12.91<br />From<br />Thiru K.R. Venkataraman, B.ComJoint Secretary to Government<br /> <br />Sir,<br /> Sub: Recognition of Programmes conducted by the Annamalai University<br /> Ref: Your letter dated 23.09.91.<br /> <br /> I am directed to state that Annamalai University is one of the Universities recognised by the University <br />Grants Commission for the purpose of its Grants. Hence the Degrees/Diplomas awarded by the Annamalai <br />University which is established by an Act of this Government would stand automatically recognised for the <br />purpose of employment under Central/State Governments. A copy of this letter along with a copy of your <br />letter cited has been forwarded to the Director, Directorate of Distance Education, Annamalai University, <br />Annamalainagar – 608 002 to give you further more details regarding recognition.<br /> Yours faithfully, (Sd.) xxxxxxxxxxx for Joint Secretary to Government.<br />Copy to:<br />The Director, Directorate of Distance EducationAnnamalai University, Post Box No. 4Annamalainagar – 608 002 (with copy of letter and a request to send more details to the individuals)<br />
    65. 65. RECOGNITION<br />(E.M.) (E.M.)NO. F. 1-1’88 T. 13Government of IndiaMinistry of Human Resource Development(Department of Education)<br /> New Delhi, 25th November 1988<br />ToThe Registrar<br />Annamalai University<br />Annamalainagar- 608002<br />Sir,<br /> Sub: Recognition of Educational Qualification<br /> <br /> I am directed to refer to your letter No. B1/10906/88 dated 9.10.1988 without its enclosures regarding <br />recognition of qualification for the purpose of employment under the Central Government and to say that <br />the degrees/diplomas awarded by the Universities established by an Act of Parliament or State Legislature, <br />Institutions deemed to be Universities, under section 3 of the UGC Act 1956 and Institutions of National <br />Importance declared under an Act of Parliament stand automatically recognised for purpose of employme-<br />nt under the Central Government. No formal orders recognising such degrees/diplomas are necessary to <br />be issued.<br />Yours faithfully, (Sd.) xxxxxxxxxxx for Joint Secretary to <br /> Government.<br />
    66. 66. MU vs AU ANALYSIS<br />
    67. 67. MU vs AU ANALYSIS FOR CA STUDENTS<br />
    68. 68. MU vs AU ANALYSIS FOR CA STUDENTS<br />* In case a student appears for CA - IPCC exams in November<br />NOTE : THE ABOVE SCHEDULE DOES NOT INCLUDE <br />WEEKLY INTERNALS AND COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE OF MU<br />
    69. 69. MU vs AU ANALYSIS FOR CA STUDENTS<br />WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />NOTE : THE ABOVE SCHEDULE DOES NOT INCLUDE <br />WEEKLY INTERNALS AND COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE OF MU<br />
    70. 70. SCHEDULE FROM JULY’11TO JUNE’12<br />RIGID TIMINGS<br />7.00 am to 12.00 noon : College<br />1.00 pm to 7.30 pm : MTC for IPCC<br />FLEXIBLE TIMINGS<br />MTC for IPCC : Any 6 ½ hours in a day<br />Practically no time for IPCC self study between July’11to Feb’12<br />Daily 3 to 4 hours time for IPCC self study between July’11 to Feb’12<br />B.Com. Annual exams in Mar’12<br />Daily 8 to 10 hours dedicated time for IPCC self study during Mar’12<br />Just one month of dedicated time for IPCC self study during Apr’12<br />Two months of dedicated time for IPCC self study during Mar’12 & Apr’12<br />+<br />Eight months of daily 3 to 4 hours time for IPCC self study between July’11 to Feb’12<br />WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />Note : MTC for IPCC timings at Mulund will be 12.00-6.30. Two lectures for 3 hours each + half hour break<br />
    71. 71. SCHEDULE FROM JULY’11TO JUNE’12<br />REALISTIC & PRACTICAL OPPORTUNITY <br />to appear as well as successfully clear both groups in first attempt i.e. MAY’12.<br />Most students will appear only one group in May’12. <br />(63%of the college going B.Com. students of Mumbai in the recent past have attempted only one group of IPCC in May attempt & the other group in November attempt.)<br />(ONLY ONE-THIRDof the balance37%have successfully cleared both groups in first attempt during May.)<br />More preparation time required for exam Due to GENERAL MU B.COM CURRICULUM of MU<br />Less preparation time required for exam <br />Due to CA FOCUSSED AU B.COM CURRICULUM of AU<br />WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />WEEKLY INTERNAL TESTS & COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE IN LECTURES FOR MU B.Com<br />
    72. 72. Is it not an obvious choice?<br />
    73. 73. ADMISSION PROCEDURE FROM MU TO AU<br /> ADMISSION CANCELLATION LETTER TO COLLEGE STATING ONE OF THE FOLLOWING REASONS :<br /><ul><li>Regular attendance at college + Simultaneous CA studies = Adverse effect on </li></ul> health (Due to extended working hours)<br /><ul><li>Lack of 75% Attendance at college due to simultaneous CA studies
    74. 74. Article ship @ top CA firm in near future having long working hours / regular </li></ul> outstation visits will lead to practically ZERO / NEGLIGIBLE ATTENDANCE<br /><ul><li>Article ship in top CA firms having office in another corner of Mumbai
    75. 75. Possibility of shifting base to another city
    76. 76. Any other innovative reason OR just “ Aiseheee “ !!</li></ul>NOTE : The complete admission procedure will be handled at the current MTC centre of IPCC in co-ordination with the respective MTC centre-head.<br />Lectures for uncommon F.Y.B.Com. syllabus (not covered in IPCC) will be conducted post IPCC exams at the respective MTC centre where the student has attended IPCC lectures.<br />
    77. 77. ADMISSION PROCEDURE FROM MU TO AU<br /><ul><li>Confirmation letter of college admission cancellation
    78. 78. Receipt of original S.Y.J.C. mark sheet from college via Mumbai University
    79. 79. Receipt of college-leaving certificate post Std.12th
    80. 80. Filling of admission form of AU @ MTC attaching the above two documents and </li></ul> fulfilling other formalities as per the prospectus of AU<br /><ul><li>Completion of documentation work by MTC officials @ AU within two weeks
    81. 81. Receipt of ID card, Study-Material and other relevant AU Documents</li></ul>NOTE : The complete admission procedure will be handled at the current MTC centre of IPCC in co-ordination with the respective MTC centre-head.<br />Lectures for uncommon F.Y.B.Com. syllabus (not covered in IPCC) will be conducted post IPCC exams at the respective MTC centre where the student has attended IPCC lectures.<br />
    82. 82. AU ID CARD<br />
    83. 83. APPLICATION FORM FOR AU<br />The Application Form with Prospectus can be obtained : <br />In person from MT Educare Limited, on payment of application fee of Rs. 300/- by cash<br /> OR<br />By post, sending a requisition to The Director, MT Educare Limited, Mumbai along with a Demand Draft for Rs. 340/- drawn in <br /> favour of MT Educare Limited, payable at Mumbai specifying <br /> the programme.<br />NOTE : The complete admission procedure will be handled at the current MTC centre of IPCC in co-ordination with the respective MTC centre-head.<br />Lectures for uncommon F.Y.B.Com. syllabus (not covered in IPCC) will be conducted post IPCC exams at the respective MTC centre where the student has attended IPCC lectures.<br />
    84. 84. ENQUIRIES AND CORRESPONDENCE FOR AU<br />For all enquiries and correspondence (except University Examinations)<br />relating to Twinning programme of Directorate of Distance Education, <br />Annamalai University must be addressed to :<br />The Director<br />MT EDUCARE LTD. (C.O.)<br />220, 2nd Floor, ‘Flying Colours’, Pandit Din DayalUpadhyayMarg,<br />Off L.B.S. Road, Mulund (West), MUMBAI - 400 080.<br />Phone : 022-25937800/25937810 Fax: 022-25937799<br />Centralised Contact Person : Mrs. Sandra Joseph : 95943 95943<br />Branch Contact Person : Respective MTC Centre Head<br />e-mail: autwinningprogramme@mteducare.com<br />NOTE : The complete admission procedure will be handled at the current MTC centre of IPCC in co-ordination with the respective MTC centre-head.<br />Lectures for uncommon F.Y.B.Com. syllabus (not covered in IPCC) will be conducted post IPCC exams at the respective MTC centre where the student has attended IPCC lectures.<br />
    85. 85. ALUMNI SPEAK<br />Vivek Patel<br />(IPCC May’11)<br />“I was very happy to hear that MTC has tied up with AU. At a point of time, I was unable to decide that I should give both the groups because of the tight schedule of the whole routine. And then the college exam will leave me with no time to study for IPCC in March. But, after I joined AU, then I had a lot of time and I was able to appear for both the groups. It gave me the most important thing : ‘TIME’. I was confident and was prepared for the exams. I am thankful to MT for such a program.”<br />Bhhavya Gogri<br />(IPCC May’11)<br />“If C.A. is your ultimate goal, joining AU B.Com. is the perfect path to clear it. It will let you concentrate 100% towards C.A.”<br />
    86. 86. ALUMNI SPEAK<br />Gary Fernandes<br />(IPCC May’11)<br />Sohil Jala<br />(IPCC May’11)<br />“When this presentation of Annamalai University was made during the last Year in MTC we were the students of IPCC. We found the F.Y.B.Com. Twinning Program of Annamalai University very comfortable, easy and relaxing. Because of the simple nature of the syllabus and student friendly pattern of question papers, we had to put practically no efforts.”<br />“If a student has the determination and passion to succeed C.A. in the first attempt itself, then it is most advisable to join AU B.Com. It made me give my 100% focus towards IPCC without any distraction from college lectures, projects & compulsory attendance .”<br />
    87. 87. Frequently<br />Asked<br />Questions<br />Q.1 Is the B.Com of AU Recognized?<br />Ans. The B.Com of AU is from a state University, which is approved , by<br /> a) UGC<br /> b) AICTE<br /> c) State Government<br /> d) NAAC rated<br /> e) DEC<br />Q.2 What is the purpose of doing AU B.Com vis-a-vis other B.Com of MU OR Any<br /> Other university?<br />Ans. a) Flexible timing<br /> b) Smooth articleship<br /> c) No headache of attendance<br /> d) Not treated as correspondence course<br /> e) No mention after correspondence course in the passing certificate<br /> & B.Com Mark sheet.<br /> f) B.Com Exam after IPCC<br />
    88. 88. Q.3 Can I come back from AU to MU at any time ,especially, during the 3rd year?<br />Ans. Yes, any time, very easily. It will ensure a MU Graduation certificate <br /> even though FY & SY would be from AU for focused IPCC preparation. <br />Q.4 Unfortunately, if I give up my IPCC/CA FINAL ,What is my future?<br />Ans. A) MTC will assist you to complete AU B.Com , <br /> B) You can comeback & re-migrate to MU for T.Y.B.Com<br />Q.5 Can any outsider(non MTC student) join for AU B.Com without doing CA course?<br />Ans. At present it is only for MTC - CPT, IPCC & CA-Final students. MTC may consider <br /> admission to outsiders at a later stage.<br />Q.6 Do I have go to AU in Chidambaram To give my Exam?<br />Ans. In different centers in & around Mumbai (mainly at Bright High School, Bhandup)<br />Q.7 For the uncommon portion how MTC will help me?<br />Ans. Lectures will be scheduled post IPCC exam and before AU B.Com. exam.<br /> MTC IPCC students will not take more than 15-20 hours <br /> for the completion of the uncommon syllabus.<br />
    89. 89. Q.8 Do I have to come to MTC Corporate Office?, If so ,how often?<br />Ans. No. Never.<br />Q.9 Is the AU B.Com more expensive than MU B.Com? <br />Ans. MU B.Com Fees (in Rs) for three years (excluding MTC coaching) is In the range of <br /> 20000 To 25000 (Aided Colleges) / 30,000 To 50,000 (Un-Aided Colleges).<br /> AU B.Com fees for three years (including MTC coaching is in the range of <br /> 25000 to 30000.<br />Q.10 What happens if my parents are transferred or our family happens to migrate<br /> to any other city /town from Mumbai?<br />Ans. You will come to Mumbai for giving exam / take AU exams at a nearby city/ town <br /> which has an AU study centre / exam centre which are at more than 100 locations <br /> across India.<br />Q.11 Why should I opt for 009 B.Com of AU and not for any other B.com of AU such as <br /> Banking and Insurance / Accounts and Finance, etc?<br />Ans. Because there are number of subjects which are overlapping & interrelated with<br /> those of CA. (or these are all CA focused subjects).<br />

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