Introduction

B COM with banking and insurance has been designed to financial theory and analysis that are particularly relevant understanding of the in banking and insurance sectors.

The Globalization of business and the integration of financial markets implies that banking is increasingly an international business. The course develop the concepts and skills that are required by financial analyst operating in this environment. The course also provide an understanding of contemporary financial problems and issues faced by banks and insurance companies.

Features

a.       Develops skills in data handling and quantitative techniques.

b.      In-depth study of well-defined problem in money, banking and finance.

c.       Prepare student to explore opportunities being created, in the field of banking and insurance due to globalization, privatization and liberalization.

d.      The course develops student’s ability to interpret and critically evaluate banking theories by enhancing their capacity to communicate ideas and arguments.

 

Programme content

B COM in banking and insurance is full time rigorous course covering about 39 plus subjects in three years. Student attend classes for subjects like principles of banking and insurance, Law governing B &I, Taxation, financial markets, International Business etc. The course provide comprehensive and practical management trading to student by way of interaction, project, presentations, industrial visits, practical training and lectures by professionals.

 

Future prospects

After completion of the course, the student would have acquired the necessary competence to work with banks, insurance companies and financial institutions. It has been estimated that more than 6 lacs professional will be added in next 5-6 years in financial sectors: thereby creating a gap which can be filled by the newly graduated students. After completion of the course a student can also pursue a masters degree related to their area of interest.

Eligibility

A student who has passed XII standard from any recognized board with at least 45% marks in aggregate (40% in case of reserved category) in one and the same sitting.