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B.Com. (Taxation, Professional Accounting, Banking and Insurance, Marketing)

Offered by:

1. School of Contemporary Knowledge Systems


Taxation, Professional Accounting, Banking and Insurance, Marketing


Three years (Six Semesters)

Eligibility :

A minimum of 65% in 12th Standard (Intermediate/CBSE/Board examination)

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The B.Com. programme at Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth (CVV) is a uniquely designed programme that combines all aspects of the commercial world with the life learning facets.

The programme is structured into different categories like Core Courses, Discipline-Specific Electives, Foundation Courses, Self-Immersion Courses, Proficiency Courses and Minor Courses. The perfect blend of a variety of courses will groom a CVV graduate to be unique and self-sufficient and attain a progressive career in today’s competitive, corporate world.

For the Elective category, the University follows a flexible system wherein students can choose courses based on their preferences from a wide variety of electives, thereby opening up the possibility for specialisation in specific areas like Professional Accounting, Taxation, Marketing, Banking and Insurance, etc.

The courses are handled by expert Faculty who bring in years of experience in teaching in India and the USA. The courses are delivered using highly sophisticated technologies and innovative pedagogy, yet rooted in traditional Indian values. Greater prominence is given for experiential learning in commerce and allied subjects.

The syllabus of the major courses parallels that of many professional examinations like Chartered Accountant, ACCA, CWA, CFA, CS, etc., and also provides a strong base for career opportunities by training students to take up professional roles such as Financial Analyst, Accounts officer, Investment banker, Tax practitioner, Auditor, Entrepreneur, etc.

Course Structure

Foundation Courses

  • Indic Knowledge Systems: Vedic Corpus and Purāṇas
  • Indic Knowledge Systems: Empirical Sciences and Darśanas
  • Ramayana and Mahabharata: A Multidimensional Exploration
  • Dharma and Nīti Śāstras: Indic Perspectives on Human Organisation

Core Subjects
  • Financial Accounting
  • Management Process and Organisation Behaviour
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Business Law
  • Managerial Economics
  • Marketing Management
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Cost and Management Accounting
  • Income Tax – Law and Practice
  • Banking Management and Financial Services
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
  • Principles of Financial Management


The Discipline-Specific Electives follow a flexible system wherein students can choose courses based on their preferences from a wide variety of Elective courses. If all the four courses listed under a particular specialisation are taken, the student can attain a specialisation title in the transcript.

Specialisation 1: Professional Accounting

  • Auditing Principles and Practices
  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Financial Statement Analysis and Reporting
  • Advanced Cost and Management Accounting

Specialisation 2: Taxation

  • Indian Financial System
  • Indirect Tax - GST
  • Income Tax Assessment
  • Income Tax Procedures and Management

Specialisation 3: Marketing

  • Rural Marketing
  • Digital Marketing
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Consumer Behaviour

Specialisation 4: Banking and Insurance

  • Indian Financial System
  • Principles and Practices of Banking
  • Insurance and Risk Management
  • Regulatory Framework for Banking and Insurance

Minor Courses (any six):

These are courses that the students choose based on their interest, outside of their core discipline. They include technical, applied and interdisciplinary courses in the following streams, wherein students can develop multi-dimensional skills. These courses prepare students for life. The minor streams are designed in such a fashion that they will navigate the students and let them explore and discover their true life interests in an informed fashion, leading to true mind expansion. Though there are a variety of courses to choose from, students must take up a minimum of six courses through the duration of their undergraduate study. Students can drop the sixth Minor Course and instead take up dissertation under the guidance of a faculty member in the sixth semester

  • Social Behaviour, Economic Decision Making, and Social Influence
  • Logic and Argumentation
  • R programming
  • Applied Calculus
  • Urban Planning
  • Media and Advertisement Psychology
  • Management in Panchatantra
  • Personal Finance
  • Personality Development
  • Media Adaptations of Sanskrit Literature
  • Indian Constitutional Law and History
  • Governance – Basic Ideas and Conceptual Issues
  • Indian Political Thought
  • Kerala School of Mathematics
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • Reading Between the Lines
  • Language and Brain
  • Music Appreciation
  • Sri Adi Sankara – Life and Achievements
  • Kautilya and Public Finance Administration
  • Indic Perspectives on Health, Time and Managing Lifestyles
  • and many more...

Proficiency Courses
  • Accounting Software Package 
  • Computing for Business and Society
  • Computing Lab
  • Everyday English
  • English for the Workplace
  • Conversational English Lab
  • English Writing Lab
  • Sanskrit: A Language for Eternal Use
  • Sanskrit for Communication
  • Learning from Leaders
  • Environmental Studies
  • Critical Thinking
  • Research Methodology and Project work

Self - Immersion Courses
  • Yoga and Meditation
  • Introduction to Seva

Additional Training

Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth organises optional coaching classes for competitive examinations such as CAT, CA, CMA, ACCA, Civil Services etc. Schedules and Fee will be shared at the commencement of the academic year.

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