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Dempo Charities Trust's

S. S. DEMPO COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMICS

(Reaccredited by NAAC at 'A' grade with a CGPA of 3.30)

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Integrated Master of Commerce

(Professional Accountancy and Financial Analysis)



About the Programme


I.M.Com. programme is designed to provide expert training to advanced learners to achieve professional level competencies in the domain of accounting and finance. Graduates of this programme will be able to acquire comprehensive knowledge in the area of accountancy, economics and finance and strong analytical skills which will prepare them to pursue top-notch careers in accounting and finance with accounting firms, financial institutions, management consultants, and other entities in a broad range of financial roles.

Further, IMCOM prepares students who are preparing for professional qualifications in accountancy and finance by enrolling in programmes such as Chartered Accountancy (CA), Company Secretary (CS) or Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) due to its syllabus that is significantly similar to the content of these programmes. Thus, IMCOM which is a professional Masters level qualification right after



Programme Outcomes


On successful completion of I.M.COM programme students will be able to:
1. Exhibit comprehensive knowledge of accounting concepts, principles, and financial reporting framework applicable to organizations in a given reporting environment.
2. Apply knowledge of accounting in identifying, correcting and designing appropriate financial and cost accounting systems for varied types of business entities.
3. Perform accounting, cost, taxation and financial analysis and recommend appropriate course of action to business entities under given circumstances.
4. Demonstrate proficiency in tax planning and investment analysis for effective management of personal finances of individuals.
5. Devise measures for effective internal control of organizational resources and for management of risks through the application of internal audit and contemporary financial risk management techniques.

6. Evaluate economic activities of an organization for their implications on accounting, optimization of resource usage, improvement of organizational performance and long term growth on the foundation of ethics.
7. Develop functional analytical models for business decisions and problem solving using business data.
8. Demonstrate ability to manage organizational compliances under major regulations governing corporate entities.
9. Demonstrate preparedness to qualify professional accounting examinations.



Programme Structure and Syllabus


The I.M.Com. programme is divided into 8 semesters. Each semester shall have courses as prescribed in list of courses.
Credits (Theory, Tutorial, Practical):
The degree of I.M.Com. will be awarded to candidates earning 160 Credits during four years. Of these 128 credits are for Core Courses and minimum of 16 for Optional Courses including Dissertation if opted for by the students which shall carry 8 credits. Corporate Internship shall carry 16 credits. Each credit will carry 15 hours of training. A paper of 4 credits shall be of total 100 marks with duration of 3 hours at SEA examination for 60 marks, while a paper of 2 credits shall be of total 50 marks with duration of 2 hours at SEA examination for 30 marks.

Internship
Every student has to undergo 6 weeks of internship in corporate and other forms of business/ professional organizations. There shall be two such internships in the programme.

Dissertation
As a part of I.M.Com. programme, Dissertation is offered as optional during the seventh and eighth semesters.

List of courses
In the following table, L refers to lectures, T refers to tutorials and P refers to practicals. Description of a course appears in subsequent pages

Course Structure


Semester I


Course Code PaperL-T- P (hours/week)Credits
COI 101ACCOUNTING44
COI 102BUSINESS LAWS44
COI 103COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING44
COI 104MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS44
COI 105INCOME TAX44


Semester II


Course CodePaperL-T- P (hours/week)Credits
COI 201ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS44
COI 202COMPANY LAW44
COI 203FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT44
COI 204INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDIT44
COI 205MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING44


Semester III


Course CodePaperL-T- P (hours/week)Credits
COI 301ADVANCED ACCOUNTING44
COI 302AUDITING AND ASSURANCE 44
COI 303CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ETHICS44
COI 304INDIAN FINANCIAL AND FISCAL SYSTEM44
COI 305STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT44


Semester IV


Course Code PaperL-T- P (hours/week)Credits
COI 401ADVANCED AUDITING44
COI 402BUSINESS COMMUNICATION AND LEGAL PROCEDURES44
COI 403BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS44
COI 404COMPANY ACCOUNTS44
COI 405CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING AND VALUATION44
CORPORATE INTERNSHIP8


Semester V


Course Code PaperL-T- P (hours/week)Credits
COI 501ADVANCED TAX LAWS44
COI 502ADVANCED COMPANY LAW44
COI 503ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT44
COI 504FINANCIAL REPORTING44


Semester VI


Course Code PaperL-T- P (hours/week)Credits
COI 601ADVANCED MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING44
COI 602FINANCIAL SERVICES AND CAPITAL MARKETS44
COI 603INDIRECT TAXES44
COI 604TREASURY AND FOREX MANAGEMENT44
CORPORATE INTERNSHIP8


Semester VII


Course Code NumbersPaperL-T- P (hours/week)Credits
COI 701BANKING LAWS AND PRACTICES44
COI 702SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT44
COOOPTIONAL COURSE 144
COOOPTIONAL COURSE 244
SOFT SKILLS TRAINING22


Semester VIII


Course Code NumbersPaperL-T- P (hours/week)Credits
COI 801ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING22
COI 802DERIVATIVES MARKET44
COOOPTIONAL COURSE 344
COOOPTIONAL COURSE 444


Optional Courses


SEMESTER VIISEMESTER VIII

Course Code

Paper

Course Code

Paper

COO 703VENTURE CAPITAL & PRIVATE
EQUITY
COO 803INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
COO 704FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENTCOO 804INSURANCE & RISK MANAGEMENT
COO 705BUSINESS ANALYTICSCOO 805ECONOMETRICS OF FINANCE
COO 706INTERNAL AUDITCOO 806IPR - LAW AND PRACTICE
COP DISSERTATION (8 CREDITS)



Eligibility criteria:


To seek admission to I.M.Com. programme, a candidate must have passed standard XII in any discipline with at least 60% marks and minimum prescribed score in the entrance test. The admission is granted on the basis of marks obtained at the entrance examination in order of merit. The candidates are expected to possess basic knowledge in commerce courses offered at B.Com. level failing which the candidates shall be required to undergo a bridge course in the domain of commerce.



Admission Process


Admission to IMCOM programme is through an entrance test. The entrance test is conducted by the college in multiple rounds before and after HSSC examinations. The syllabus for the entrance test is similar to that of competitive examinations and includes General Knowledge, Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning, and additional component of basic knowledge of business and commerce. The dates of entrance examination and sample question papers are made available through college website prior to the examination. Students and parents can also attend programme orientation that is usually scheduled in the month of January every year. Candidates who qualify in entrance test and secure minimum of 60% marks in HSSC examination can then fill online admission form for IMCOM at www.dempocollege.edu.in. After filling the online form, the candidates are required to download and print the form and submit the same in college office alongwith necessary documents and prescribed fees. This completes the admission process.



Contact


For any queries on admission to I.M.Com. Program, candidates can contact the college office or I.M.Com. programme coordinator whose contact details are provided on the programme page. Parents can also meet Principal or Vice-Principal of the college for any information or clarifications.