Under Graduate Courses
Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS):

Sem-I Sem-II
Paper Name Paper Name
Introduction to Financial Accounts Principles of Marketing
Business Law Industrial Law
Business Statistics Business Mathematics
Business Communication-I Business Communication-II
Foundation Course-I Foundation Course-II
Foundation of Human Skills Business Environment
Business Economics Principles of Management
Sem-III Sem-IV
Paper Name Paper Name
Marketing Group: Consumer Behavior
Finance Group: Introduction to Cost Accounting
Marketing Group: Integrated Marketing Communication
Finance Group: Financial Institution and Marketing.
Marketing Group: Advertising
Finance Group : Corporate Finance
Marketing Group: Rural Marketing
Finance Group : Auditing
Information Technology in Business Management-I Information Technology in Business Management
Foundation Course (Environmental Management)-III Foundation Course-IV (Ethics)
Business Planning and Entrepreneurial management Business Economics-II
Strategic Management Business Research Methods
Accounting for Managerial Decision Production & Total Quality Management
Sem-V (Marketing) Sem-VI (Marketing)
Paper Name Paper Name
Logistics and Supply Chain Management Operation Research
Corporate Communication and Public Relations Brand Management
Services Marketing Retail Management
E-Commerce & Digital Marketing International Marketing
Sales and Distribution Management Media Planning and Management
Customer Relationship Management Project Work
Sem-V (Finance) Sem-VI (Finance)
Paper Name Paper Name
Logistics and Supply Chain Management Operation Research
Corporate Communication and Public Relations Innovative Financial Services
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management Project Management
Commodity and Derivatives Market Strategic Financial Management
Financial Accounting Indirect Taxes
Direct Taxes Project Work

Programme Outcome (POs)

Department of Commerce– Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

Program typically prepares students for careers in the field of management studies. The program covers a wide range of topics related to the scope of marketing, research, study of consumer behavior, financial knowledge regarding capital markets, commodity markets, various financial markets and updates regarding current market trends.

Outcomes of a BMS program include:

PO1 Enhancement of Human Skills:  Acquire knowledge about management practices which facilitate them to become effective professionals.

PO2 Problem-solving skills: Apply the concepts related to Commerce, Accountancy, Economics, Management and other allied subjects in various commercial fields.  Analyze and interpret the financial statements and accounting activities involved in the business

PO3 Enhancement of Academic Skills:  Be capable to pursue higher studies in diverse fields of Management such as Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Marketing and Finance.

PO4 Development of Entrepreneurial Skills:  Be adequately trained to be entrepreneurs and communicate effectively. Develop a positive attitude towards lifelong learning and research.  Design and construct an innovative business model and develop entrepreneurship skills.

PO5 Develop Business Knowledge: Acquire the required skills to develop business models and be responsible global citizens with cross culturally competent behavior and ethical values.  Develop a strong foundation for the industry specific skills to pursue better career prospects.

PO6 Communication skills: Students should be able to communicate effectively with colleagues and stakeholders, both verbally and in writing.

PO7 Teamwork and collaboration: Students should learn to work effectively in teams and collaborate with others to develop and implement effective outcomes.

PO8 Ethical and professional conduct: Students should be aware of ethical issues and code of conduct to demonstrate professionalism in their work.

Overall, a BMS program aims to prepare students to be competent, skilled, and ethical professionals in the field of Management Studies. Graduates of the program should be able to apply their knowledge and skills to solve real-world problems and advance in the field of management.


Programme Specific Outcome (PSOs)

Department of Commerce– Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

PSO1 Graduates will have a solid understanding of fundamental management concepts, theories, and principles.

PSO2 Graduates should be familiar with organizational behavior, including topics such as motivation, leadership, team dynamics, and workplace culture.

PSO3 Conceptualize and implement business schemes through the application of multidisciplinary knowledge comprising of Operations, HR, IT, Finance and Marketing.

Course Outcome (COs)

Department of Commerce– Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)



CO1. Students understood conceptual study about Indian Society and culture.

CO2.To impart the students a thorough knowledge on social stratification based on caste, culture,

CO3.To understand the general characteristics on Indian constitution and local self-government and its implication on every Indian citizen.

CO4.To offer diverse learning opportunities to develop analytical and soft skill.


CO1. Developing the effective writing and reading skills so as to enable students to write in clear, concise, persuasive and audience centered manner.

CO2. Demonstrate the effective use of communication technology.

CO3. To enhance listening, speaking, reading and writing skills to meet the challenges of the world.

CO4. Corresponding with different letter writing and understand the differences of communication in different criteria.

CO5. Taking up tutorial activities like Group Discussion, Book Reviews and Mock Interviews made the students clearly to understand the concepts.


CO1. Understand and identify the economic variables in general business atmosphere and basic economic elements.

CO2. Render capable students to identify various markets structures relevant for commercial transactions and their impact on business decision.

CO3. Provide the knowledge about economics at micro and various economics concepts such as opportunity cost, marginal concepts, demand functions and law of variable proportion.

CO4. Illustrate what elements are considerable while policy and decision making at strategic level.

CO5. Analyze operations of market under varying competitive conditions and making optimal business decisions.

CO6. Understand the identical short run and long run equilibrium of a firm and industry and also about different market structure and various pricing techniques.


CO1. To learn the importance and functions of types of data.

CO1. Students will learn how to present the data in different manners.

CO1. Students will learn how to present the data in a graphical manner (Pie chart, Histogram, Bar diagram).

CO1.To learn the concept of sample space, concept of event and much more based probability and decision theory.

CO1.To understand how to deal with numeric data in real life.

UBMSFSI.2 Business Law I

CO1. Appreciate the relevance of business law and the role of law in an economic, political and social framework.

CO2. Identify the fundamental legal principles behind contractual agreements.

CO3. Examine how businesses can be held liable for the actions of their employees.

CO4. Understand the legal and economic structure of different forms of business organizations and their responsibilities as an employer

CO5. Demonstrate an understanding of the Legal Environment of Business.

CO6. Apply basic legal knowledge to business transactions.

CO7. Communicate effectively using standard business and legal terminology.


CO1.Understand the basic behavior pattern of human, which is the most important resource of a business      and to deal with them in an apt manner.

CO2. Deal & negotiate with different kinds of human nature with greater awareness of the human behavior

CO3.Understand the importance of human resources in environment as well as the need to have an optimum population in the world.

CO4.Understand the patterns of behavior of human psychology with reference to psychological theories.