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The title Living Literature has a delightful alliteration that gives it a lilting sound. Literature is alive in the sense not only does it have a life of its own allowing it to live and die at different points in time it is also alive to the world, its nuances and problems.

The course captures this ethos. However, it also demands that one must live or experience literature by opening the doors of the text, entering it, inhabiting it and empathizing with it. In the process the text will open the door to you heart and life. Enter your being and change you and your perceptions.

The course is also alive to the current demands and skills required in the present age. In a world of social distancing, digital writing and speaking becomes an essential way of communication and hence a skill to be mastered.

Myth and mythology explores the substructure that unites literature across borders of time and space make us the same and yet different. After an introduction to myth the course examines different genres of literature that draw on different myths.

The course explores the Freudian binaries of Eros and Thanatos, Death and Desire, Love and Hate and the overriding will to power whether it be through the artist devoting everything to art, a citizen to their nation, two lovers or an archetypal postcolonial gender conflict. The course is wrought with intense electric passion and is a roller coaster ride of highs and lows giving an insight into much that drives human life.

This course aims to introduce students to major theorists and to expose them to various trends and movements in art. It will attempt to equip them with appropriate technical terms to aid their analysis and evaluation of art allow a more intimate understanding of the terms by associating them with practical examples. The course will also try to foster independent, creative as well as systematic critical thinking in order to have a more rich and in depth appreciation of art

The course, especially designed for English special students of the Third year, is entitled ‘An Introduction to the Study of the English Language’. Through regular lectures conducted over the span of roughly 8 months, the course aims to familiarize students with different aspects of communication and the distinctive nature of human language as a means of communication. In Semester VI, Students are not just introduced to basic concepts in Modern Linguistics (like Phonological, Morphological and Syntactic systems of the English language), but are also introduced to advanced areas of English language study. It will attempt to greatly enhance the existing grammatical competence of students along with gaining information regarding the situational, contextual, social and cultural appropriateness of English. These broad areas help provide a solid foundation in the subject. Besides these, the course shifts its traditional approach and acquires modern dimensions by equipping learners with skills in academic writing and editing. Consequently, it helps prepare, through a healthy mixture of the traditional and the modern, a well-rounded student of the English language and Linguistics.

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The course introduces the students to some of the prominent ideas of modernity, modernism and the post-modern. Foucault states that the attitude of modernity is radical transgression, constant questioning and breaking away from earlier assumptions. The texts included are a philosophical essay, a poem representative of the beat generation, an expressive psychological drama and a science fiction novel thus encompassing a variety of genres. 

The themes and styles are radical as was the ethos of that time

This paper covers the important elements of Microeconomics covering areas of Demand, Supply Consumer Behaviour, Production and Cost

This course covers Market Structures like Perfect Competition, Monopoly etc and also theories of Distribution...

The course covers:

Basic circuit elements and passive components

Understanding different circuit theorems and their use in the DC circuit analysis

Characteristic features of semiconductor devices.

Elementary electronic circuits and applications Knowledge of different types of power supply

To Understand basics of operational amplifiers and its applications.


                                                                                                                                                                                                           

 

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The syllabus aims in equipping students with 
  • concepts of digital electronics
  • learning number systems and their representations
  • understanding logic gates, Boolean algebra and K-Maps
  • studying arithmetic circuits

The syllabus aims in equipping students with

  • concepts of digital electronics
  • studying combinational circuits and sequential circuits
  • case study on different digital circuits

Basic circuit elements and passive component

Understanding different circuit theorems and their use in the DC circuit analysis

Characteristic features of semiconductor devices

Elementary electronic circuits and applications Knowledge of different types of power supply

Characteristic features of semiconductor devices

Elementary electronic circuits and applications and to Understand basics of operational amplifiers and its applications.



Objectives:

  • To study the applications of logic gates.
  • To use K-Maps for digital circuit design
  • To study computer organization
  • To study and understand basics of microprocessors.

Objectives:

  • To study the basics of PIC micro-controller
  • To study the programming and interfacing techniques of PIC 
  • To apply knowledge of PIC to design different application circuits
  • To introduce the basic concepts of Arduino, Raspberry Pi




Banking and Finance is a specialization paper offered at the SYBCOM.  The SYBCOM is said to be Paper I.  Paper I covers the Indian Banking System right from the 17th century to the 21 century; drawing from the history of Banking in India, its evolution, developments before Independence and developments after Independence.  The Paper discusses the Structure of the Banking System in India and the developments in the structure with policy changes and reforms.  Paper I covers structure of banking system, discussions of the Reserve Bank, State Bank of India, Commercial Banks, nationalization and after, Regional Rural Banks and Cooperative Banks.

Cost Accounting-I is a specialization subject at SY BCOM. 

This paper aims to create awareness about cost consciousness in our students in today's ever competitive world.

The paper introduces the concepts related to cost, cost classification, elements of cost and preparation of cost statements.

The students will develop understanding of cost control and cost reduction.

Students opting for Costing Paper I at SY BCOM will automatically have the option of Costing Paper-II and Paper-III at TY BCOM.


Banking and Finance is a specialization paper offered at the SYBCOM.  The SYBCOM is said to be Paper I.  

In Semester  IV, Paper I covers the Indian Banking System in the post-1991 period; it is a period of reforms in the banking and financial system.

The Paper initially discusses the recommendations of the Committee on Indian Financial System, popularly referred to as Narasimham Committee.  There is discussion on concepts like Capital Adequacy, Prudential Norms, Non-Performing Assets, Banking Ombudsman, Bankers Code of Conduct, etc.  Another important aspect of Banking sector discussed in the paper are Bank Mergers and Bank Failures.

The Reserve Bank of India has also seen a change in its functions since the reforms in the financial system or the post-1991 period; discussion include currency management, banking supervision,central bank autonomy, liquidity adjustment facility, etc.  drawing from the history of Banking in India, its evolution, developments before Independence and developments after Independence. 

Finally a discussion on Micro Finance and Financial Inclusion in India

Advanced Accounting is a Core Course for students perusing B.Com Programme. Semester V focuses on the following Topics:-

  • Banking Company Final Accounts
  • Investment Accounts
  • Insurance Claims and 
  • Branch Accounts 

Course Outcomes:- 

  • Ability to distinguish between Company Final Accounts and Final Accounts of Banking Company 
  • Preparing Banking Company Final Accounts
  • Computing the value of Investments and drawing up Investment Accounts
  • Critically evaluating the need and benefits of Insurance for business
  • Preparing Insurance Claims  and Branch Accounts.

Faculty:- Ms. Elizabeth Kanade 

Class:- T.Y. BCom C div

Batch:- 2020-2021.

Business Administration –III

Theory and Practice of Marketing

Objectives

  • To lay a theoretical foundation for understanding the dynamics of the marketing world
  • To develop an understanding and appreciation of the application of marketing concepts and practices in the real world


Costing II paper is a specialization subject at TY BCOM. It introduces the students to traditional methods and modern method of Absorption of Overheads.

Students  get exposed to the reasons for difference in profits as per cost and financial statements.

 Further, as a variety of manufacturing businesses exist, there arrives a need for different methods of preparation of cost statements.

The preparation of cost statements are governed by Cost Accounting Standards. This paper also attempts to develop understanding of related Cost Accounting Standards as well as bring familiarity regarding the new trends in Cost Accounting.

Mercantile Law subject is a compulsory paper at TY BCOM. Mercantile Law also means Business law. Business laws are part of civil law that aim towards smooth functioning and welfare of the society. 

This mercantile Law course at TY BCOM aims to create awareness about select business related laws and also introduce our students to specific legislations that will they need to know when they are at workplace.

The students get exposed to Indian Contract Act, Alternate dispute resolution mechanisms, National Commission for Women and Equal Remuneration Act.