RTMNU Revised Syllabus 2021

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RTMNU B.Com Revised Sem 1 Syllabus 2021

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Proposed New syllabus For B. Com
From the Academic session 2020–21
B.Com. – First Year Semester-I
Financial Accounting-I

Unit – I Financial Accounting

Meaning, objectives and principles of Accounting, Accounting concepts & Conventions, Accounting Standards- AS 1 to AS 10. Final accounts of Sole Traders. (Theory & Numerical)

Unit – II Branch Accounting ( Excluding Foreign Branch)

Meaning of Branch, Objective of Branch Accounting, Maintenance of Accounting Records, Transactions relating to Branch, Accounting procedure of Branch. (Theory & Numerical)

Unit – III Final Accounts of Co – Operative Societies: ( As per Maharashtra Co-Operative Societies Act 1960)-

Introduction, Types of Co-operative societies Preparation of Trading & Profit and Loss A/c and Balance Sheet. (Theory & Numerical)

Unit – IV-Joint Venture Accounts

Meaning, Distinction between Joint venture and Partnership, Methods of joint venture accounting. (Theory & Numerical on Centralized & Decentralized Method) The Financial year ends on 31st March.

RTMNU B.Com Revised Sem 1 Syllabus 2021

Reference Books :

1. S. N. Maheshwar :- Financial Accounting – Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi
2. Gupta R. L. – Advanced Financial Accounting – S. Chand & Sons
3. Kumar, Anil S. – Advanced Financial Accounting – Himalaya Publication House
4. Shukla and Grewal : Advanced Accounts (S. Chand & Ltd. New Delhi)
5. Jain and Narang : Advanced Accounts (Kalyani Publishers, Ludhiana)
6. Sr. K. Paul : Accountancy, Volume –I and II (New Central Book Agency, Kolkata)
7. R. K..Lele and Jawaharlal : Accounting Theory (Himalaya Publishers)
8. M. A. Arulnandam :- Advance Accounting – Himalay Publication
9. Dr. Vijay Bagde, Dr. Pramod Fating, Dr. Prashant Gulhane: Financial Accounting-I; Sir Sahitya Kendra, Nagpur.
10. Prof. PradeepWath, Dr. R. D. Mehta, Dr. DilipGotmare :- Financial Accounting–Payal Prakashan

RTMNU B.Com Revised Sem 1 Syllabus 2021

From the Academic session 2019–20
Third Year Semester-VI
Advanced Statistics

Unit I

Correlation- Types of correlation, Karl Pearson‟s coefficient of correlation in Bivariate frequency table, probable error, interpretation of „r‟, Rank Correlation Method.

Unit II

Regression Analysis- Lines of Regression/Regressions Equation, Coefficient of regression for a Bivariate frequency table.

Unit III

Index Number- Uses of Index Number & its, Types and Important. Unweighted Index Number (Simple Aggregative, Simple Average of Price Relative) Weighted Index Number (Weighted Aggregative I. N, Laspeyre‟s, Paasche, Dorbish & Bowley‟s, Fisher‟s Ideal, and Marshall & Edgeworth Method.) Weighted Average of Price relatives Test on consistency of Index No.- Time Reversal Test, Factor Reversal Test, Cost of living Index No.

Unit IV

Time series Analysis-Introduction components of a Time seriesa) Trend b) Short Term Variation c) Irregular variation d) Measurement of Trend- (Simple Problems) Graphic Methods ,Methods of Seminar, Methods of Curve by the square Methods of Moving Average

RTMNU B.Com Revised Sem 1 Syllabus 2021

Books Recommended:

1. Ajay Goel, Alka Goal: Mathematics & Statistics (Taxmann)
2. Elhance D.N : Fundamentals of Statistics
3. Asthana B.N. Applied Statistics in India
4. Gupta S.P: Statistical Method
5. Gupta S.G. & Kapoor V.K.: Fundamentals of Applied Statistics
6. Dr. P. Fating, Dr. V. Bagde, M. Gulhane: “Advanced Statistics” – Sir Sahitya Kendra.

R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur
Syllabus

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
Compulsory English Semester – I

Unit 1: Prose

1. Sreelakshmi Suresh
2. Why a Startup Needs to Find its Customers First- Pranav Jain
3. Devender Pal Singh

Unit 2: Prose

1. The Model Millionaire- Oscar Wilde
2. The Monkey’s Paw -W.W.Jacobs
3. The Lumber Room-Saki

Unit 3: Poetry

1. Invictus-William Earnest Henley
2. The Builders- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
3. Stay Calm- Grenville Kleiser

Unit 4: Writing Skills

1. Emails
2. Speeches
3. Views and Opinions

Unit 5: Language Study

1. Nouns
2. Pronouns
3. Verbs
4. Adjectives
5. Adverbs
6. Prefixes
7. Suffixes
8. Root Words

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R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur
Syllabus

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
BUSINESS ECONOMICS – I Semester – I

Unit I Nature and Scope of Business Economics

 Business Economics – Meaning, Scope and Objectives of Business Economics.
 Nature and Types of Business Decisions.
 Social Responsibility of Business.
 Meaning, Scope, Merits and Demerits of Micro and Macro Economics.

Unit II- Theory of Consumption

 Law of Demand, Demand Determinants, Changes in Demand.
 Indifference Curve Concepts – Definition, Properties and it importance.
 Elasticity of Demand – Concept, Types, Measurement, Factors influencing Elasticity of Demand. and Importance
 Demand Forecasting – Meaning, Importance and methods of Demand Forecasting.

Unit III – Theory of Production

 Concept of Production Function – Meaning, Cobb-Douglas Production Function.
 Law of Variable Proportion.- Assumptions, Significance and Limitations
 Law of Returns to Scale.
 Internal and External Economies and Diseconomies of Scale.

Unit IV – Theory of Cost and Revenue

 Law of Supply and factors influencing supply.
 Concept of Cost in Short Run – Accounting Cost, Economic Cost, Opportunity Cost, Fixed Cost, Variable Cost, Direct and Indirect Costs, Real Cost, Explicit and Implicit Costs, Money Cost, Total Cost, Marginal Cost, Average Costs. Total, Marginal and Average Cost in the Long Run.
 Revenues – Total Revenue, Average Revenue, Marginal Revenue and their Relationship.

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R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur
Syllabus
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
Financial Accounting-I Semester-I

Unit – I

Financial Accounting Meaning, objectives and principles of Accounting, Accounting concepts & Conventions, Accounting Standards- AS 1 to AS 10. Final accounts of Sole Traders. (Theory & Numerical)

Unit – II

Branch Accounting ( Excluding Foreign Branch) Meaning of Branch, Objective of Branch Accounting, Maintenance of Accounting Records, Transactions relating to Branch, Accounting procedure of Branch. (Theory & Numerical)

Unit – III

Final Accounts of Co – Operative Societies: ( As per Maharashtra Co-Operative Societies Act 1960)- Introduction, Types of Co-operative societies Preparation of Trading & Profit and Loss A/c and Balance Sheet. (Theory & Numerical)

Unit – IV

Joint Venture Accounts Meaning, Distinction between Joint venture and Partnership, Methods of joint venture accounting. (Theory & Numerical on Centralized & Decentralized Method)

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R.T.M Nagpur University, Nagpur
Syllabus
B.Com -Semester-I
Supplementary English

Prescribed Text: English and Soft Skills by S.P.Dhanavel (Publisher : Orient BlackSwan)

1. Listening Skills

Story- The boy who broke the bank- Ruskin Bond

2. Team Work Skills

Story-Whitewashing the fence- Mark Twain

3. Emotional Intelligence Skills

Story-My Financial Career -Stephen Leacock

4. Assertive Skills

Story-The Verger – Somerset Maugham

5. Learning Skills
Story- Three Questions- Leo Tolst

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