Sadhana Education Society's

L.S. Raheja College of Arts & Commerce

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OBJECTIVES

  1. To create for the students, of University of Mumbai an additional avenue of self-employment and also to benefit Banks, Insurance companies & industries by providing them with suitable trained persons in the field of Banking and Insurance.
  2. To prepare students to exploit opportunities, being newly created, in the field of Banking & Insurance due to Globalisation, Privatisation & Liberalisation.
  3. To provide adequate basic understanding about the Banking, Insurance & other financial services among the students.
  4. To give an adequate exposure to operational environment in the field of Banking, Insurance & other related financial services.
  5. To inculcate training & practical approach among the students by using modern technologies in the field of Banking, Insurance etc.

ELIGIBILITY

A Candidate to be eligible for admission to the Degree Course in Banking & Insurance shall have passed XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate at first attempt (45% for reserved category). Every candidate admitted to the degree course in the constituent /affiliated college/recognised institution conducting the course shall have to register himself/herself with the University.

 Fees Structure

 
B. COM. (BANKING & INSURANCE) 
FEE HEADS Open,OBC, VJNT, SBC and  NT-B Category Students Reserved Category Students  (only SC,ST)
  FYBBI SYBBI TYBBI FYBBI SYBBI TYBBI
TUTION FEES 10000 10000 10000      
LIBRARY FEES 600 600 600      
GYMKHANA FEES 400 400 400      
OTHER FEES 250 250 250      
EXAM FEES 1320 1320 1320 1320  1320 1320
ENROLLMENT FEES 220 0 0      
DISASTER RELIEF FUND 10 10 10 10 10 10
ADMISSION PROCESSING FEES 200 200 200 200 200 200
UTILITY FEES 250 250 250      
MAGAZINE FEES 100 100 100      
ID & LIBRARY CARD FEES 50 50 50 50 50 50
GROUP INSURANCE FEES 40 40 40 40 40 40
STUDENT WELFARE 50 50 50 50 50 50
DEVELOPMENT FEES 500 500 500      
VICE CHANCELLOR FUND 20 20 20 20 20 20
UNI-SPORTS  & CULTURAL FEES 30 30 30      
E-SUVIDHA FEES 50 50 50      
E-CHARGES 20 20 20      
COMPUTER PRACTICAL FEES 2000 1000 0      
COMPUTER LAB FEES 1000 1000 0      
CAUTION MONEY* 150 0 0 150    
LIBRARY DEPOSIT* 250 0 0 250    
LABORATORY DEPOSIT* 400 0 0 400    
PROJECT FEES 0 0 1000     500
ALIMINI ASSOCIATION FEES 25 25 25 25 25 25
UNIVERSITY EXAM FEES 0 0 1320     1320
CONVOCATION FEES 0 0 250     250
NSS FEES 10     10    
ADMIN FORM_PROS/BROCHURE 0 100 100   100 100
TOTAL 17945 16015 16585 2525 1815 3885
DOCUMENT VERIFICATION FEES (OUTSIDE MAHARASTRA BOARD)** 400          
TOTAL 18345 16015 16585 2515 1815 3885

DURATION OF COURSE

6 Semesters spread over 3 years. The Course shall consist of 38 Theory papers and 2 Project work.

Subject Offered

 

First Semester: 6 Papers

Second Semester: 6 Papers

1.1

Environment and Management of Financial Services

2.1

Principles and Practices of Banking & Insurance

1.2

Principles of Management

2.2

Financial Accounting

1.3

Effective Communication - I

2.3

Effective Communication - II

1.4

Economics - I ( Micro )

2.4

Economics - II (Macro)

1.5

Quantitative Methods – I

2.5

Quantitative Methods - II

1.6

Introduction to Computer Systems

2.6

Business Law

Third Semester : 7 Papers

Fourth Semester : 7 Papers

3.1

Laws Relating to Banking & Insurance

4.1

Universal Banking

3.2

Financial Management

4.2

Financial Management - II

3.3

Management Accounting (Tools & Techniques)

4.3

Innovations in Banking And Insurance

3.4

Customer Relationship Management in Banking And Insurance

4.4

Corporate Law and Laws Governing Capital Markets

3.5

Information Technology in Banking & Insurance

4.5

Entrepreneurship Management

3.6

Organizational Behaviour

4.6

Financial Markets (Equity, Debt, Forex & Derivatives)

3.7

Taxation of Financial Services

4.7

Costing Accounting of Bank. & Ins.

Fifth Semester : 7 Papers

Sixth Semester : 7 Papers

5.1

Marketing in Banking & Insurance

6.1

Strategic Management

5.2

Financial Services Management

6.2

Central Banking

5.3

International Banking & Finance

6.3

International Business

5.4

Financial Reporting And Analysis

6.4

Human Resource Management in Banking and Insurance

5.5

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

6.5

Business Ethics & Corporate Governance

5.6

Auditing

6.6

Turnaround Management

5.7

Project Presentation - I (Banking)

6.7

Project Presentation -I I (Insurance)

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

The scheme of Examination shall be divided into two components: Internal assessment and External assessment (semester end examination)for each course of the program For each course, there is a passing minimum for internal Assessment as 40% for External / Semester End Examination 40% and overall 40%.  The performance of the learner will be evaluated in each course in the following manner

Internal Assessment Semester end examination Total (for each course or head of passing)
25% 75% 100%

1. Theory Examination: 75 Marks 

2. Theory Internal: 25 Marks 

1. THE SEMESTER END EXAMINATION (EXTERNAL COMPONENT) OF 75% FOR EACH COURSE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: 
    i. Duration – 2.5 Hours 
    ii. Theory Question Paper Pattern:- 
        1. There shall be FIVE questions each of 15 marks. 
        2. All questions shall be compulsory with internal choice within the questions. 
        3. Question may be subdivided into sub-questions. 
2. THE INTERNAL ASSESSMENT OF 25 % FOR EACH COURSE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: 

Sr. No. Evaluation Type Marks
1 ONE class test. 20
2 Overall conduct as a responsible learner, manners, skill in  articulation, leadership qualities demonstrated through organizing co-curricular activities, etc. 05

Scheme of Examination:

 The learners to pass a course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate for each course where the course consists of Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination. The learners shall obtain minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 10 out of 25) in the Internal Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 30 Out of 75) separately, to pass the course and minimum of Grade E in the project component, wherever applicable to pass a particular semester. A learner will be said to have passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination together.

 

Additional Class test or assignment for Internal Assessment for courses without practical: (for Commerce Faculty): 

  1. A learner who is absent for the class test and the assignment will be declared fail in the Internal Assessment Scheme. 
  2. A learner who remains absent for the class test but has appeared for the assignment will be allowed to appear for the additional class test. 
  3. A learner who has appeared for the class test but remains absent for the assignment will be allowed to appear for the additional assignment. 

PERFORMANCE GRADING 

The PERFORMANCE GRADING of the learners shall be on the SEVEN point ranking system as under:

Grade Marks Grade Points
O 70 & above 7
A 70 & above 6
B 55 to 59.99 5
C 50 to 54.99 4
D 45 to 49.99 3
E 40 to 44.99 2
F (Fail) 39.99 & below 1

The performance grading shall be based on the aggregate performance of Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination.

Carry forward of internal mark : A candidate who fails in any particular theory paper shall be allowed to reappear for that theory paper. However, his/her internal evaluation marks shall be carried over.

Norms for Promotion  to next semester

 
  • For Semester I & II :
    • A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester II irrespective of number of heads of failure in the Semester I
    • A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester III if he/she passes each of Semester I & Semester II OR
      A learner who fails in not more than four courses of Semester I and Semester II taken together with not more than two courses each in semester I & II.
  • For Semester III & IV
    • A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester III if he/she passes each of Semester I & Semester II
    • A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester IV irrespective of number of heads of failure in Semester III. However, the learner shall pass each course of Semester I and Semester II in order to appear for Semester IV.
  • For Semester V
    • Shall have passed Semester I, II, III and IV in full
    • Shall have passed Semester I and II in full and secured ATKT in the Second year by failing in not more than Two Courses in each of Semester III and Semester IV
    • Shall have Secured ATKT in First Year by failing in not more than Two Courses in each of Semester I and Semester II and have passed Semester III and Semester IV in full
  • For Semester VI
    • a)A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester VI irrespective of number of heads of failure in the Semester V. However, the learner shall pass each course of Semester III and Semester IV in order to appear for Semester VI.
    • b)The result of Semester VI shall be kept in abeyance until the learner passes each of Semester I, Semester II, Semester III, Semester IV and Semester V

 

 

Additional Examination

 A candidate who does not appear i.e. remains absent in some or all the courses on medical grounds or for representing the College / University in sports, cultural activities, activities of NSS, NCC or sports training camps conducted by recognized bodies / competent authorities or for any other reason which is considered valid under exceptional circumstances and to the satisfaction of the Principal or the Head of the Institute OR fails in some or all the courses is eligible to appear for the additional examination.

A candidate who does not appear for both the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination shall not be eligible to appear for the additional Semester End Examination. The additional Semester End Examination shall be of two and a half hour duration and of 75 marks per course. The learner shall appear for the Semester End Examination of the course for which he/she was absent or has failed. Learners who are punished under O.5050 shall not be eligible to appear for this additional examination.

Mode of Conduct of A.T.K.T Examination

 

Procedure to apply for ATKT and Additional Examination

 

Procedure and Punishments to deal with use of Unfair Means

 Students resorting to the use of unfair means during the examinations conducted by the College on behalf of the University or by the University are requested to note that the minimum punishment recommended by the University (vide circular no. UG / 139 OF 2001 DATED 23RD APRIL 2001) is “Annulment of the performance of the Student at the University / College / Institution Examination in full”. The above action is recommended in case the student is found in possession of the copying material. If it is established that he/she has actually copied from the material, the recommendation is “Exclusion of the student from the University or College or Institution Examination for one additional examination”.  The above referred circular is available with the Examination Committee for your reference.

 Copy of the circular is available on the college website http://lsraheja.org and also Chairperson of the Examination Committee and Chairperson of the Unfair Means Inquiry Committee.

 STUDENTS ARE REQUESTED NOT TO RESORT TO USE OF UNFAIR MEANS


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