Course Overview

The economy of India is the world’s fifth-largest economy by nominal GDP and the third-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP). Since the start of the 21st century, annual average GDP growth has been 6% to 7%, and from 2014 to 2018, India was the world’s fastest growing major economy, surpassing China. Historically, India was the largest economy in the world for most of the two millennia from the 1st until the 19th century.

The programme has considered the changing needs and the future requirements of the financial industry to equip you with the most contemporary skills and knowledge required to capitalize forthcoming opportunities in the financial market.

The Bachelors in Commerce (Financial Markets) is designed with the objective of developing professionals capable of occupying positions of responsibility in stock exchanges, commodity exchanges, regulatory bodies, market intermediaries, banks, mutual funds, asset management companies and other similar entities.

Major areas covered in the programme:

  • Equity Markets
  • Equity Derivatives
  • Forex (Currency) Markets
  • Commodities Market
  • Debt Markets
  • Asset Management/Mutual Funds

Career Prospects

After completion of the program you will have numerous career options in front of you:

  • Investment banker
  • Investment fund manager
  • Debt and equity capital market broker
  • Investment analyst and researcher
  • Hedge fund manager and many more.

Academic Overview

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course12
Discipline Specific Core31

Course Highlights

  • The curriculum is designed by industry experts and is updated at regular intervals
  • Market professionals as resource persons
  • Pedagogy and teaching methodology
  • Industry certification
  • Interaction with senior regulatory officials, executives of exchanges, leading merchant bankers and foreign institutional investors
  • Expert sessions
  • Live market trading

List Of Papers

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses

Environmental Studies
Physical Education
Constitution of India
Disaster Management

Discipline Specific Courses

Introduction to Financial Markets Micro Economics
Business Management Financial Accounting
Business Research Methods Macro Economics
Taxation for Financial Markets Corporate Governance & Ethics Statistics-I
Technical Analysis-I Fundamental Analysis-I Trading Psychology
Technical Analysis-II
Fundamental Analysis-II
Behavioural Investment Strategy
Excel and Financial Modelling
Investment Banking
Risk Management
Computerized Accounting Systems Portfolio Management
Indian Financial Systems
Entrepreneurship Development Securities Laws
Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection Financial Journalism
Structure of Investment Industry Project-II

Audit Courses

Stock Market
Digital Marketing
Image Management
Debate & Logic