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BCom – Hons

B.Com – Honours

This college at present offers three-year B.Com. (1+1+1) Honours course in Accounting and Finance. This course is meant for those who have passed the Higher Secondary Education conducted by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or an equivalent examination conducted by other Boards/Councils/Universities recognised by the University of Calcutta, with at least 5 subjects including English.(Full marks for each subject must be at least 100)

Course Structure

The B.Com.(Honours) Course is of three years duration and the degree is awarded by the University of Calcutta after successful completion of the course. During the course period, the University of Calcutta holds three examinations:

  1. Part I Examination at the end of the First Year.
  2. Part II Examination at the end of the Second Year.
  3. Part III Examination at the end of the Third Year.

There are eighteen (18) Compulsory papers in the B.Com.(Honours) Course including one Compulsory Paper of 100 Marks on Environmental Studies. The total marks including the paper on Environmental Studies is 1,800. The syllabus of study consists of Honours Group (Eight papers),two General Groups(Seven papers),one Language Group(One paper)and Environmental Studies.

Admission Criteria——————-

Admission procedure for B.Com.(Hons) starts generally in the month of June i.e. after the declaration of the result of Higher Secondary Examination by the WBCHSE. A Candidate intending to take B.Com.(Honours) course must fulfil the following criteria:

  1. Minimum marks (in H.S or equivalent 10+2 examination) required for online application.
    1. For Unreserved Category:75% in aggregate and 60% in any of the subjects mentioned below:-
      (*Subjects: Accounting, Business Economics including Business Mathematics, Business Organization, Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Business Mathematics, Secretarial practice and office Procedure, Financial Accounting, Elements of Cost Accountancy and Auditing, Book Keeping, Commerce, Cost Accountancy and Principles of Management)
    2. For Reserved Category:10% relaxation in marks for OBC-A & OBC-B and 25% relaxation in marks for SC & ST.
  2. Applicant must have passed (H.S. or equivalent exam) with at least five recognised subjects including English (full marks for each subject not less than 100). A Candidate shall have to give his/her preference for Morning or Day section by mentioning 1 or 2 in the Admission Form.

All admission related information is available on the college admission website:

  1. of Seat available for Admission:463 (Reservation: As per Government Rules)

Commencement of class

B.Com. (Hons.) classes of each year start in the month of July.


Examination Structure

First Year Honours Course


Paper Subjects Marks
General Subjects
Compulsory Language Group —
1.1 Chg. Major Indian Languages – 50 marks

Communicative English – 50 marks

Compulsory General Papers —
1.2 Chg. Financial Accounting I 100
1.3 Chg. Business Regulatory Framework 100
1.4 Chg. Principles & Practice Of Management & Business Communication (50 marks + 50 marks ) 100
1.5 Chg. Economics I 100
1.6 Chg. Business Mathematics & Statistics 100
Grand Total 600

Second Year Honours Course

Paper Subjects Marks
General Papers
2.1 Chg Information Technology & Its Application in Business

(Theory-50 marks + Practical -50 marks)

2.1 Chg Principles of Marketing(50 marks) & e-commerce(50 marks) 100
 Grand Total 200
Honours Paper
2.3 Ch Auditing 100
2.4 Ch Financial Accounting II 100
2.5 Ch Direct & Indirect Taxation 100
2.6 Ch Cost & Management Accounting 100
Honours Total 400
Second Year Total 600

Third Year Honours Course

Paper Subjects Marks
Honours Papers
3.1 HA Financial Accounting III 100
3.2 HA Economics-II & Advanced Business Mathematics 100
3.3 HA Indian Financial System and Financial Market Operations 100
3.4 HA Financial Management 100
3.5HA Project work(written 50 marks ) + (Viva-voce 50 marks) 100
Honours Total 500
General Paper

Environmental studies(Written 75 marks)(Project 25 marks)



Third Year Total 600

Students of all the years must secure the minimum class attendance and pass the Test Examination conducted by the college for being eligible to appear at the Part-I, Part-II and Part-III Examination. Dates of college test Examination is duly notified well in advance. The College examination dates notified by the authority will be final and binding on all.