Bachelor of Commerce [Banking and Insurance]


It is full time course consisting of 40 subjects comprising 38 theory subject and two projects. The duration of the course is six semesters spread over three years, Numbers of students per batch shall be consists of not more than 60 students.


1. Candidates for being eligible for admission to the degree of BBI shall have passed XII standard examination of Maharashtra Board of Higher secondary Education or equivalent not less than 45% in open & 40% in reserve category with first attempt.

2. No college shall conduct any entrance test in any form and the admissions are purely on merit basis dully following the reservation policy as per the norms of the Governments of Maharashtra.

Scheme of Examination - Credit Based Evaluation System -

The performance of the learners shall be evaluated into two components. The learner's performance shall be assessed by internal assessment with 25% marks in the first component by conducting the Semester End Examinations with 75% marks in the second component. The allocation of marks for the internal assessment and Semester End Examinations are as shown below:

A] Internal Assessment - 25% [25 Marks]

Sr. No Particulars Marks
1 One periodical class test held in the given semester 10 Marks
2 At least two Term Work module/ assessment modes (like field work/ experimental work, sort quiz, Objective test, case study, project etc) decided by the department in the beginning of the semester. 10 Marks
3 Active participation in the routine class attendance 5 Marks

B] Semester End Examination - 75 % [75 Marks]


Semester-I and semester-II

Course code SEMESTER - I Course code SEMESTER - II
UBIFSI.1 Environment and Management of Financial Services UBIFSII.1 Principles and Practices of Banking Insurance.
UBIFSI.2 Principals of Management UBIFSII.2 Financial Accounting
UBIFSI.3 Economics (Micro) - I UBIFSII.3 Economics (Micro) - II
UBIFSI.4 Effective Communication - I UBIFSII.4 Effective Communication - II
UBIFSI.5 Quantitative Methods - I UBIFSII.5 Quantitative Methods - II
UBIFSI.6 Introduction to Computer Systems UBIFSII.6 Business Law


Semester-III and Semester-IV

Course code SEMESTER - III Course code SEMESTER - IV
UBIFSIII.1 laws governing Banking & Insurance UBIFSIV.1 Universal Banking
UBIFSIII.2 Financial Management - I UBIFSIV.2 Financial Management - II
UBIFSIII.3 Management Accounting UBIFSIV.3 Innovations in Banking and Insurance
UBIFSIII.4 Customer Relationship Management in Banking Insurance UBIFSIV.4 Cost Accounting of banking and Insurance.
UBIFSIII.5 Taxation of Financial Services UBIFSIV.5 Entrepreneurship Management
UBIFSIII.6 Organization Behavior UBIFSIV.6 Financial Market
UBIFSIII.7 Information Technology in Banking & Insurance UBIFSIV.7 Corporate laws and laws governing capital markets


Semester-V and semester -VI

Course code SEMESTER - V Course code SEMESTER - VI
UBIFSV.1 Marketing in Banking & Insurance UBIFSVI.1 Strategic Management
UBIFSV.2 Financial Services Management UBIFSVI.2 Central Banking
UBIFSV.3 International Banking & Finance. UBIFSVI.3 International business in Banking & Insurance
UBIFSV.4 Financial Reporting and analysis (corporate banking & Insurance) UBIFSVI.4 Human resources management in Banking & Insurance
UBIFSV.5 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management UBIFSVI.5 Business ethics & corporate Governance
UBIFSV.6 Auditing UBIFSVI.6 Turnaround Management
UBIFSV.7 Project on Banking (Project - I) UBIFSVI.7 Project on Insurance (Project -II]