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F. Y. / S.Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus
Programme Code : G02
Index
Programme Time Table ............................................................................... 3
1.
About School ......................................................................................... 4
2.
B.Com Programme Structure ................................................................ 4
2.1 Duration
2.2 Medium
2.3 Courses for B.Com.
2.4 Credit Points
2.5 Learning Method
3.
Evaluation Procedure ............................................................................ 8
3.1 Internal Evaluation
3.2 Final Evaluation
4.
Admission Procedure for F.Y.B.Com. ..................................................... 9
4.1 Eligibility Criteria
5.
Admission Procedure for S.Y. / T.Y. B.Com Programme ..................... 10
5.1 Eligibility Criteria and Credit Transfer Rule of Eligibility
5.2 Programme Fees (F.Y./S.Y./T.Y.)
6.
Registration Procedure ....................................................................... 12
7.
Regional Centres ................................................................................. 13
8.
Instructions/Contacts ......................................................................... 14
9.
Appendices .......................................................................................... 15
Appendix 1 : Student Welfare
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: University Grants Commission Resolution (2004)
: G.R. of Equivalency for 10th and 12th
: G.R. of Equivalency & Approval of State Govt. of Maharashtra for
Degree's and Diploma's of Open Universities.
Appendix 8 : Distance Education Council's Circular regarding pursueing two or
more courses simultaneously
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
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5
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F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 1
Most Important
*
Student of F.Y./S.Y. should take admission in S.Y./T.Y. class respectively
without waiting for declaration of result. Students will have to pay late fee
even if result is declared late.
*
Student will have to pay late fee after regular date of admission is over.
*
Student will not get admission after the last date of late fee is over.
*
If the admission is cancelled by the university or student himself, the
admission fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.
*
Student should not pay any excess fee. If excess fee is deposited into the
bank by mistake will not be refunded. (to avoid this please read the
prospectus carefully.)
*
The study Centre and students should check the record of admission
registration on the website of University. It is the responsibility of the Study
Centre and Student to check the accuracy of the record.
*
To avoid last minute rush and mistakes, please take admission well in
advance.
*
Keep photocopy of admission form with you for future reference.
*
The students should fill-in application form after carefully reading the
prospectus.
This year printed copy of Prospectus will not be available. Visit our website
for prospectus. Study Centres and Students should download it.
Our Websites : http://ycmou.digitaluniversity.ac
http://www.ycmou.ac.in
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© 2014, Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University
n First Publication : July 2014
n D.T.P.
n Publisher
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F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 2
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme
Programme Time Table
(F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B.Com. Degree Programme : 2014 - 2015)
(1) Admission starts on
July 2014
(2) Last date for the admission
at the Study Centre without late fee
31st July 2014
(3) Last date for admission at the
Study Centre with late fee Rs. 200/with late fee Rs. 500/-
1st August to 19th August 2014
20th August to 30th August 2014
(4) Study material available at the
Study Centre
Upto October 2014
(5) Period of counselling
sessions at the Study Centre
September 2014 to April 2015
(6) Internal Evaluation
November 2014 to Feburary 2015
(7) Final Examination
May 2015
(8) Declaration of Result
End of July 2015
Instructions : (1) Changes, if any, in the given schedule, shall be informed to the study
centres, well in advance.
(2) Please contact your study centre for Exam, Contact Session and Study
Material, Exam Hall Tickets & Marksheets etc.
(3) There is no provision for admission at Regional Centres and
Headquarter.
(4) The students will be solely responsible for mistakes in admission form.
(There will be no admission after the last date.)
(5) University Fees to be deposited through Bank Challan only.
(6) The part of challan meant for study centre to be attached with the
application and submit application form to the study Centre. Get receipt
of the same for future reference.
(7) Student will not be allowed to change study centre / medium, once
admission is taken at the particular study centre. However, Centre
can be changed next year.
(8) Fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.
(9) Please ensure bank seal, date, transit numbder, signature of bank
authority at the time of fees deposit in bank.
Websites - http://ycmou.digitaluniversity.ac
http://www.ycmou.ac.in
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 3
1. About School
The School of Commerce and
management is one of the eight schools of
studies located at the headquarters of the
university. Through its quality policy
aims to enhance and sustain excellence of
its educational programmes. The school
offers various programmes by which
student can update his knowledge,
ability and managerial skills while
working in his /her profession. All the
programmes offered by the school have
become extremely popular and are among
the best in Distance Learning Programme
methods.
Mission of the School
1.
To help in icreasing knowledge in the
field of commerce, management and
allied sectors.
2.
To provide well educated manpower to
service and manufacturing sector,
industries, institutions, etc.
3.
To offer enriching learning experiences
to aspiring managers.
4.
To enable students to realize their full
potential.
5.
To ensure that student serves as agent
of continuous improvement and
change.
6.
To encourage entrepreneurship and
service orientation.
7.
To extend the frontiers of knowledge
in management through cutting-edge
research.
8.
To disseminate knowledge through a
portfolio of educational programmes and
publications.
n
Objectives of the B.Com. Programme
(1) To provide opportunity for higher
education to those people (for example
farmers, businessmen, workers,
housewives, artizens, those who are in
service, etc) who could not complete
their education earlier.
(2) To develop study skills among the
learners so as to help them cope with
courses in Literature, History, Politics,
Economics, Business, Management
Science, etc.
(3) To provide the necessary practical
exposure to self-study methods so as
to equip the learner with knowledgeacquiring skills.
(4) To develop personality development
skills.
2. B.Com. Programme Structure
This programme has a duration of three
years and has weightage of 108 credit
points. In this programme the student has
to study 6 Courses of 36 credit points for
the first year, 5 compulsory courses and
one elective course having weightage 36
credit points for the second year, and 4
compulsory and 2 specialization group
courses having weightage 36 credit points
for third year. Nine contact sessions for
every course of 6 credit points are arranged
at the study centre where the students can
solve their difficulties.
2.1 Duration
The minimum duration of this
programme is three years, although you may
complete the programme gradually within
a maximum period of eight years.
If the programme is not completed
successfully during these eight years, you
will be required to take fresh admission.
2.2 Medium
The medium of instruction for the
B.Com. programme is English.
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2.3 Courses for B.Com.
2.4 Credit Points
First Year B. Com. (All courses are compulsory)
Course Name
Credit Points
(1) (COM107) Elements of Statistics 6 cp
(2) (MAR102) Foundation Course in 6 cp
Marathi or (ENG102) English for
Business
(3) (HEN101)Foundation Course in
English and Hindi
6 cp
(4) (GKN101) General Knowledge
6 cp
and Social Awareness
(5) (COM106) Commerce
6 cp
(6) (COM211) Office Management
6 cp
All courses offered by YCMOU carry a
certain value in terms of credit-points. A
credit point is a way of expressing the
learning hours required to study a certain
unit, in a book or a course.
Generally, one credit point is
considered equivalent to about 30-35
learning hours. These learning hours could
mean the time you spend in reading, notetaking, listening to lectures, participating
in discussions on the topic, listening to
audios, viewing especially prepared videos,
etc.
Second Year B. Com.
(A)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Course Name
Credit Points
Compulsory Courses
(COM208) Accountancy : Part I
6 cp
(ECO201) Business Economics
6 cp
(COM210) Business Law
6 cp
(MGM105) Management Science 6 cp
(COM212)Business Organization 6 cp
and Administration
(B) Elective Courses (Any One)
(6) (MGM224) Managerial Economics 6 cp
OR
(7) (MGM225) Business Communication 6 cp
The B.Com. degree programme at
YCMOU requires that you ‘collect’ a credit
of 108 credit points in order to be considered
eligible for the degree ‘Bachelor of
Commerce’.
2.5 Learning Method
The students of the open university do
not go to the college everyday. They do not
have regular time for their studies. The
open university has independently
developed a learning method for such
students. This method has the following
components :
m Self-Instructional text books,
Third Year B. Com.
(A)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Course Name
Credit Points
Compulsory Courses
(COM209) Accountancy : Part II
6 cp
(COM220) Economic
Environment in India
6 cp
(COM221) Costing,
Auditing and Taxation
6 cp
(COM222)Human
Resource Management
6 cp
(B) Specialization Courses (Any One)
(Two papers of each)
(1) COM306 Banking and Finance 1
COM307 Banking and Finance 2 12 cp
OR
(2) MGM308 Marketing Management 1
MGM309 Marketing Management 2 12 cp
m Use of Audio and Video cassettes,
m Counselling during contact sessions
at the study centre by the subject
experts.
n
Special Features of the Text Books
The students are given the syllabus of
the courses and also the text-books. The
students get these text-books after paying
total programme fees and are allowed to
keep these with them. These texts are
written in a format, different from the usual
published texts. One can understand the
text through one reading because it is
divided into small units. Each unit is
explained with the help of graphs, pictures
and illustrations to cover a specific topic.
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Banking and Finance
In text, there are questions for each unit
so as to revise and review the
comprehension of the reading material. It
helps the students to study a specific topic.
If the student has any difficulty, he or she
can make a note of it. He can discuss these
noted difficulties with the counsellor during
the contact session at the study centre.
n
Nature of Contact Sessions
The student can choose a study centre
as per his/her convenience. Generally, the
contact sessions are held either on weekly
holidays or in the evening, after office
hours. The contact session for counselling
of one subject is of two hours. During these
contact sessions, the counsellors are
supposed to guide/discuss with the
students, based on the course material.
These contact sessions are also used to
view audio/video cassettes at the study
centres. The students can solve their
difficulties by discussing with their
colleagues as well as with the counsellor
during contact sessions.
Syllabus for First Year B.Com.
Programme
1. (COM 107) Elements of Statistics
Book 1 : Intorduction to Statistics and
Presentation of Data
Book 2 : Measures of Central Tendencies
& Measures of Variations
Book 3 : Correlation and Regression
2. (MAR 102) Foundation Course in Marathi
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Book 2 : Group Communication
Book 3 : Effective Business Writing
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4. (GKN 101) General Knowledge and
Social Awareness
Book 1 : Science & Technology,
Environment and Health
Book 2 : Development : Concept and
Procedure
Book 3 : Communication Revolution and
Biotechnology
5. (COM 106) Commerce
Book 1 : Introduction to Economics and
Evolution of Commerce
Book 2 : Procedures of Commerce
Book 3 : Book-keeping and Accountancy
6. (COM 211) Office Management
Book 1 : Office Layout and Procedures
Book 2 : Office Organisation and Personnel
Management
Book 3 : Record Management and Public
Relations
Syllabus for Second Year B.Com.
Programme
(A) Compulsory Course
No. of Contact
Sessions
1. (COM 208) Accountancy Part I
12
Book 1 : Bank Reconciliation Statement,
Bills of Exchange and
Depreciation.
Book 2 : Accounts of Partnership Firm
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Syllabus for Third Year B.Com.
Programme
Book 3 : Accounts of Partnership and
Non-Profit making Association
2. (ECO 201) Bussiness Economics
09
Book 1 : Business Organisations and
Demand Analysis
Book 3 : Labour-Market and Capital
Investment
09
Book 3 : Industrial Disputes and
Payment of wages Act
09
Book 3 : Economic Policy & Planning
09
Book 2 : Management : Development and
Functions
Book 3 : Management Functions
5. (COM 212) Business Organisation and
Administration
Book 1 : Commercial Organisations,
Localisations and Small Scale
Industries
12
Book 3 : Accounting for Banking
Companies
2. (COM 220) Indian Economic
Environment
Book 1 : Economical Environment
Book 2 : Agriculture, Industry and
Service Sector
Book 2 : Sale of Goods Act and
Factories Act
4. (MGM 105) Management Science
Book 1 : Management and its nature
1. (COM 209) Accountancy Part II
Book 1 : Investment & Farm Accounts
Book 2 : Accounting for Companies &
Insurance Companies
Book 2 : Supply and Market Conditions
3. (COM 210) Business Law
Book 1 : Indian Contract Act and
Negotiable Instruments Act
(A) Compulsory Courses
3. (COM 221) Costing, Auditing & Taxation 09
Book 1 : Auditing
Book 2 : Cost Accounting
Book 3 : Income Tax
09
Book 2 : Business : Size, Combination and
Capital
Book 3 : Industrial Relations and
Management
4. (COM 222) Human Resource
Management
Book 1 : Human Resource
Book 2 : Human Resource Planning
09
Book 3 : Human Resource Development
(B) Specialisation (Any One Group)
1. (COM 306) Banking & Finance-1
09
Book 1 : Banking Business
(B) Elective Courses (Any One)
1. (MGM 224) Managerial Economics
09
Book 1 : Managerial Economics :
Nature and Concepts
Book 2 : Markets and Price Determination
Book 3 : Principles of Business Firms and
Investment analysis
2. (MGM 225) Business Communication
09
Book 1 : Principles and Media of
Communication
Book 2 : Verbal and Written Communication
Book 3 : Effective Communication and
Human Relations
Book 2 : Banking Business and Laws
Book 3 : Types of Banks
2. (COM 307) Banking & Finance - 2
Book 1 : Financial Markets
09
Book 2 : Financial Institutions-1
Book 3 : Financial Institutions-2
3. (MGM 308) Marketing Management-1
Book 1 : Marketing
Book 2 : Marketing Mix
Book 3 : Marketing Information
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09
4. (MGM 309) Marketing Management-2
Book 1 : Advertising
09
your performance, given to you by experts
may motivate you in various ways : it may
Book 2 : Salesmanship
lead you to put in additional efforts in your
Book 3 : Consumer Satisfaction
‘weaker’
areas;
likewise,
objective
information that you have achieved a
3. Evaluation Procedure
satisfactory level of learning, may help to
build
n F.Y.B.Com. Programme
of the Evaluation system consists of the
Home assignment given by Study Centre.
3.1 Internal Evaluation
of
practice, hence it is mandatory for the
students
student purely on the basis of one
examination conducted at the end of the
learning period, evaluating him at multiple
points on a more frequent basis will yield a
more dependable and objective measure of
his learning.
to
complete
the
home
assignments. Study Centres should
evaluate the home assignments but
should not allot the marks, only submit
a report, certifying the performance of
students and submit it to the Regional
Centres in detail.
3.2 Final Evaluation
Final Evaluation consists of End
Continuous Assessment (CA). It is a wellaccepted fact that rather than evaluate a
Evaluation of Home Assignments
Home assignments are essential for
Each unit (Chapter) in your books, gives
you some exercises for assessing your own
learning. Correct or model answers for
these exercises provided later, help you to
assess the accuracy of your own answers.
This mode of assessment gives you a quick
or immediate feedback on your extent of
learning with regard to a certain topic or
sub-topic in your syllabus.
consists
in
The Continuous Assessment component
n
Evaluation
self-confidence
subsequently.
Self-Assessment
Internal
your
undertaking more difficult learning tasks
The pattern of evaluation used for the
B.Com. programme will adopt three basic
evaluation modes :
(1) Self-Assessment
(2) Continuous Assessment
(3) End Assessment
n
up
Examination (EE). Evaluation conducted at
the end of the learning period through an
examination is done here as in other
universities. Each question paper carries
100 marks and has a duration of three
hours.
Note - Degree grade
Besides, continuous assessment has
tremendous educational value from your
point of view.
1.
Degree will be awarded on the basis of
marks obtained in 2nd and 3rd year.
Passing the 1st year
Periodic and timely feedback regarding
criteria as well.
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is an essential
2.
For the second year, the student has
to select one paper from the elective
group.
For the third year student needs to
select two papers of the same
specilization group.
n Evaluation Procedure
S.Y./T.Y. B.Com. Programme
The pattern of evaluation used for the
B.Com. programme will adopt three basic
evaluation modes :
(1) Self-Assessment
(2) Continuous Assessment
(3) End Assessment
n
Self-Assessment
Each unit (Chapter) in your books, gives
you some exercises for assessing your
own learning. Correct or model answers
for these exercises provided later, help
you to assess the accuracy of your own
answers. This mode of assessment
gives you a quick or immediate
feedback on your extent of learning with
regard to a certain topic or sub-topic in
your syllabus.
n Internal Evaluation
Study Centre will send a report of the
performance of the student regarding Home
Assignment to respective Regional Centres.
n Final Evaluation
Final Evaluation consists of End
Examination (EE). Evaluation conducted at
the end of the learning period through an
examination is done here as in other
universities. Each question paper carries
100 marks and has a duration of three
hours.
A minimum of 40 average marks are
essential. For obtaining the degree, the
student must have at least 40 marks in each
course included in the programme.
Note : Degree is awarded on the marks of
S.Y. and T.Y. B.Com. courses.
n Credit Points
All courses offered by YCMOU carry a
certain value in terms of credit-points. A
credit point is a way of expressing the
learning hours required to study a certain
unit, in a book or a course.
Generally, one credit point is
considered equivalent to about 30-35
learning hours. These learning hours could
mean the time you spend in reading, notetaking, listening to lectures, participating
in discussions on the topic, listening to
audios, viewing especially prepared videos,
etc.
The B.Com. degree programme at
YCMOU requires that you ‘collect’ a credit
of 108 credit points in order to be considered
eligible for the degree ‘Bachelor of
Commerce’.
4. Admission Procedure for
F.Y. B.Com.
4.1 Eligibility Criteria
The admission to this programme is based
on fulfilling any one of the following criteria (1) Preparatory programme of YCMOU with
minimum 40% marks. Certificate
Programme for Self Help Group
facilitators of YCMOU with minimum
40% marks.
(2) H.S.C. or equivalent examination of
Maharashtra or other state HSC Board.
(3) 11th standard passed (Before 1975).
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(4) Government recognised certificate /
diploma of minimum two years after
SSC.
n
Special Instructions
(A) It is necessary to attach following
documents alongwith application form.
(1) Attested photocopy of school leaving
certificate or birth certificate.
(2) Attested copies of educational
qualification.
(B) Please do not attach any original
document alongwith the application
form. University will not be
responsible for the same.
(C) In case of change in name, it is allowed
only at the begining of the 1st year. To
change the name students have to
submit Notification in the Government
Gazette to University.
5. Admission Procedure for
S.Y./T.Y. B.Com.
5.1 Eligibility Criteria & Credit
Transfer Rule of Eligibility
n
S. Y. B. Com. (Regular)
The admission to this programme is
based on fulfilling any one of the following
criteria (1) Student having admitted for the
first year B.Com. of
the
Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra
Open University.
(2) Student having passed F.Y.B.Com.
from other Universities. (under
rule of credit transfer)
n
T. Y. B.Com. (Regular)
The admission to this programme is
based on fulfilling any one of the following
Criteria :
Students who have been admitted for
the second year (B. Com.) of the YCMOU.
Credit Transfer
Credit Transfer Rule takes into
consideration previous education for
completing the degree programme by giving
exemption of some credit points.
According to the Credit Transfer Rule
students are eligible to Second Year.
On the basis credit transfer Rules, you
can complete your education & become a
degree holder. If you want to take admission
on the basis of Credit Transfer Rules, you
are required to fill Credit Transfer
Application Form alongwith Bank Challan
for required fees and submit it to your Study
Centre.
n
Duration for Credit Transfer
Open University adopts flexible policy
regarding the duration of the programme.
Hence, student can complete the
programme gradually within a maximum
period of eight years. (only for student taking
admission as per Credit Transfer Rule to
S.Y. has to complete it within five years
and three years respectively.)
It is not compulsory to the students to
give final examination if he is not prepared
for that, as examination will be held twice
in a year. For example, if student has not
completed S.Y., is allowed to take admission
to the T.Y. only he has to give second year
courses in future and degree will be
awarded only after successful completion
of second and third year courses.
n
n
S.Y. B.Com. (Credit Transfer)
As per the Credit Transfer Rule of
University, student who has passed
F.Y.B.Com. from any government recognised
University is allowed to take admission to
S.Y.B.Com. Programme of Yashwantrao
Chavan Maharashtra Open University and
also exempted from all first year's subjects.
n Documents to be attached with
Admission Form are :
m Age proof (Attested copy of School
Leaving Certificate, School/College
Bonafied Certificate - original copy)
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m Don't attach original documents with
the admission form. At the time of
submission of application form keep
(xerox) photocopies and also original
copies of the documents with you so
that study centre In-charge or coordinator will make the attestation
and return your original documents.
Only attested copies are sufficient,
study centre or university is not
responsible for maintaining original
documents.
Application Form is attached herewith.
Student should read thoroughly the
application form and prospectus carefully
before filling up Application Form to avoid
any mistakes and require to attach above
mentioned documents and then submit it
to the study centre.
n
1. Adminstration & Registration 175
2. Academic
n
Rs. 1600/-
(A)
175
2. Tution fee
150
4. Examination fee
600
5. Marksheet & Postage
100
6. Student Welfare
40
7. Disaster Mngt. fund
10
Rs. 1125
S. Y. B. Com. (Regular)
University Fee to be paid into Bank Rs. 1275/-
Total Fees
100
6. Student Welfare
40
7. Disaster Mngt. fund
10
Rs. 1275
1275/1500/-
Rs.
2775/-
Study Centre Fee to be
paid at Study Centre Rs.
625/-
Total Fees
Rs.
3400/-
University Fee to be
paid into Bank
Rs.
1725/-
Study Centre Fee to be
paid at Study Centre
Rs.
775/-
Total Fees
Rs.
2500/-
(A) T. Y. B. Com. (Regular)
50
Study Centre Fee to be paid
at Study Centre
Rs.
5. Marksheet & Postage
475/-
1. Admission & Registration fee
Total
600
University Fee
to be paid into Bank
Details of University Fees for F.Y.B.Com.
3. Samwad
4. Examination
(B) S. Y. B. Com. (Credit Transfer)
University Fees
(a) Second Year Fee
Rs.
(b) Credit Transfer fee
Rs.
University Fee paid into Bank Rs. 1125/-
Total Programme Fee
50
Total
F. Y. B. Com.
Rs.
300
3. Samwad
5.2 Programme Fees (F.Y./S.Y./T.Y.)
Study Centre Fee paid at
Study Centre
Details of University Fees for S.Y.B.Com.
625/-
Rs. 1900/-
n
Details of University Fees for T.Y.B.Com.
1. Admission & Registration
175
2. Tution fees
450
3. E-Samwad
50
4. Examination
600
5. Marksheet & Postage
100
6. Student Welfare
40
7. Disaster Mngt. fund
10
8. Degree Certificate
Total
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300
Rs. 1725
Please do not pay any additional fees
to the study centre. The programme fees
will be as given above. If your admission is
cancelled due to some reason, the
programme admission fees will not be
refunded.
Please note that if the number of
students at a particular study centre is
less than 20 students, then the registered
students of such study centres will be
transferred to the nearest study centre.
Final Examination & Marksheet fees
are taken with the admission form. So
regular students do not fill any seperate
Examination Form for final exam.
(1) Please do not pay any additional fee to
the Study Centre. University will not
be responsible for the excess payment
of fees other than mentioned above. It
is non-refundable, if admission is
cancelled due to certain reasons.
(2) University fee is to be deposited through
bank challan only in the bank
prescribed by the university. One part
of the challan will be kept by the bank,
second part to be attached with the
application, third part to be retained by
the student. Students will have to pay
Bank Service Charges to the bank if it
is mentioned in the challan.
(3) Study Centre fees to be deposited at
Study Centre only. The Study Centre
will give receipt of the same.
6. Registration Procedure
1. The Applicant is expected to procure the
Admission Form and Bank Challan from
the recognised Study Centre.
2. The Applicant must study the prospectus,
familiarise himself/herself about the
programme rules and ensure that he/
she is eligible for the admission.
Prospectus is available on our website.
3. If eligible, the Applicant interested for
admission to the programme should
carefully fill in the form in BOLD legible
(readable) letters in black ink/black ball
pen, without overwriting, in ENGLISH
language. Care should be taken to fill in
the form perfectly and accurately
because a computerised system will be
used for data entry. The Applicant will
be solely responsible for the correctness
of information submitted. He/she should
attach the attested photocopies of proofs
of qualification, date of birth and any
other important documents asked for.
4. The Applicant should obtain the
signature and seal of the Study Centre
after getting his/her eligibility checked
from the study centre.
5. The Applicant shall attach the part of
challan meant for the application form
and retain one part with himself/
herself. He/She should also retain a
photocopy of the application form
(Admission Form) for himself/herself.
He/she shall take acknowledgement of
having given the Study Centre part of
the challan to the Study Centre.
6. The Admission Forms must be filled in
and the above process should be
completed before the stipulated time
limit. Only admission form along with
challan must be submitted only at the
Study Centre within stipulated time
frame mentioned in the prospectus. No
admission form will be received/
accepted at the university headquarters/
Regional
centres
under
any
circumstances. Forms should also not
be sent by post or courier in any case.
7. The admission fee receipt for the
university fees will not be issued by the
Study Centre. The Bank challan will
itself serve as the fee receipt.
8. Applicants should submit their
admission form and challan to the
Study Centre only.
9. The Applicant must keep in touch with
the Study Centre about the learning
programme, Contact Session, Time Table
and the examination schedule. The
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 12
confirmation of admission should be
checked with the Study Centre by the
last week of October. Applicants shall
not be allowed to appear for any
examination without confirmation of
admission.
10.The university reserves the right to
reject admission wrongly granted by the
Study Centre to non-eligible applicants
if it is discovered at any stage during
the registration process.
11.Receipt of the Study Centre fees to be
taken from the Study Centre only.
12.Home Assignment will be made available
on University Website.
7. Regional Centres
01. Amravati
V.M.V. to Walgaon Road, Post V.M.V.,
Amravati 444 604
% : (Fax) 0721-2531444
% : (Off.) 0721-2531445/2531210
02. Aurangabad
Survey No. 41, East of the Militery boy's
Hostel, Nandanvan Colony, Chhavani,
Aurangabad 431 002
% : (Off) 0240-2371066, 2371077
% : (Fax) 0240-2371088
03. Mumbai
C/o Jagannath Shankarsheth Municipal
School Building, Nana Chowk,
Grant Road Mumbai 400 007
% : (Off) 022-23874186/23874177
% : (Fax) 022-23826135
04. Nagpur
Rao Bahadur D. Laxminarayan Bungalow
Law College Campus
Ravinagar Chowk, Nagpur 440 001
% : (Off) 0712-2553724/25
% : (Fax) 0712-2553725
05. Nashik
Old Municipal Corp. Bldg.
New Pandit Colony
Nashik 422 002
% : (Off) 0253-2317063
% : (Fax) 0253-2576756
06. Pune
C/o Shahir Annabhau Sathe Prashala
Gruha, Sadashiv Peth, Kumthekar Marg
Pune 411 030
% : (Off) 020-24491107
% : (Fax) 020-24457914
07. Kolhapur
Near Shivaji University Post Office,
Vidyanagar, Kolhapur 416 004
% : (Off) 0231-2607022
% : (Fax) 0231-2607023
08. Nanded
Swami Ramanand Tirth Marathwada
University Sports Building,
Nanded 421 606
% : (Off) 02462-236718
% : (Fax) 02462-236718
Mob. No. : 9422247296
09. Kalyan
Late MP Prakash Paranjape
Competitive Exam Training Centre
Kalyan Regional Centre
Kalyan-Dombiwali Municipal building
Chandrabhushan Plaza
Mishra Compound
sahajanand chowk, Kalyan (W.)
421 301
% : (0251)-2201408, 2203479
Mob. No. : 9323108040
10. Solapur
Solapur Regional Centre
C/o. Dayanand College
Solapur - 413 002
% : (Off) (0217) 2375522/11
% : (Fax)(0217)-2375533
Mob. No. : 9422292672
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 13
8. Instructions/Contacts
Sr. No.
Type of Query
Whom to Contact?
1.
Academic Matters
Director of School of Commerce & Mgt.
YCMOU, Nashik
Ph : (0253) 2231477
2
Student Matters
Director of Student Services Division,
YCMOU, Nashik
Ph : (0253) 2231478
3
Examination Related Matters
Controller of Examination
Ph : (0253) 2231479
D. R. Examination Unit-1,
Ph : (0253) 2230716
4
Admission Related Matter
Concerned Regional Centres
5
Difficulties in any course, at the
study centre
Counsellor, at the study centre
6
Other general difficulties & planning
of academic activities, at the study
centre
Programme Co-ordinator, at the
Study centre
7
Serious Difficulties, at the study
centre
Study Centre Head, at the study
centre
8
Home Assignment
Head, Evaluation
Phone : (0253) 2331475
H Student is requested to contact only concerned person to whom the query is
related.
@ Your Study Centre will not necessarily be your exam centre.
#
Do not bring mobile phones in the examination hall.
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 14
9. Appendices
Appendix - 1 : Student Welfare
n Avishkar
n Student's Aids
Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra
Open University offers financial aid for
students from low-income strata on merit
basis. YCMOU has made a pooled annual
provision of Rs. 15 lakh for this purpose.
YCMOU offers a 50% fee waiver in various
programmes for students from low-income
sections of the society. Students need to
apply in specified format with suitable
documents for eligibility.
n Sports events
Annual events are organised to offer
sports-opportunities for students at regional
and university levels. This will enable them
to qualify for sports events at intervarsity
Ashwamedha (intervarsity event started by
Hon Chancellor), state and national levels
including AIU events.
n Youth festival
Annual youth festivals are held for
performing arts at regional and university
level. The events include elocution, ekankika
(one-act-play), music and dance. This
qualifies
them
for
participation
in
Indradhanushya - intervarsity event started
by Hon Chancellor and also national level
events including the AIU-event.
To promote research activity in the
student community, Avishkar — an
intervarsity event started by Hon Chancellor
— is organised annually. A biannual
research journal is published by YCMOU
for students to carry the research papers.
n Samvad house journal
Samvad Patrika is a monthly in house
journal for communication with thousands
of students of YCMOU spread in the entire
state. This carries educational articles and
useful information. This is expected to
promote self-learning and awareness about
Open & Distance Learning.
Samvad Patrika will be available at
Study Centre as well as on the official
website of the University.
n Virtual learning
The Ahemadabad based ISRO has
helped YCMOU to start a satellite based
virtual learning centres network to assist
learning. This networks 40 VLCs in the state
where students can gather to interact with
the counselors.
n NSS
The National Service Scheme (NSS) has
been launched at select YCMOU study
centres for 1500 students.
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 15
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Appendix - 5 :
University Grants Commission Resolution (2004)
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UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADURSHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI-110002
F1-52/2000(CPP-II)
The Registrar / Director
Of all the Indian Universities
(Deemed, State, Central Universities /
Institutions of National importance)
5 MAY 2004
Subject : Recognition of Degrees awarded by Open Universities.
Sir/Madam,
There are a number of open Universities in the country offering various degrees/diploma through the
mode of non-formal education. The Open Universities have been established in the country by an
Act of Parliament or State Legislature in accordance with the provisions contained in Section
2(f) of University Grants Commission Act, 1956. These universities are, therefore, empowered
to award degrees in terms of Section 22(1) of the UGC Act, 1956.
A circular was earlier issued vide UGC letter N.F.1-8/92(CPP) dated February, 1992 mentioning that
the Certificate, Diplomas and Degrees awarded by Indira Gandhi National Open University are to be
treated equivalent to the corresponding awards of the Universities in the country.
Attention is further invited to UGC circular No.F1-25/93(CPP-II) dated 28th July, 1993 (copy
enclosed) for recognition of degrees and diplomas as well as transfer of credit for courses successfully
completed by students between the two types of universities so that the mobility of students from
Open University stream to traditional Universities is ensured without any difficulty.
The UGC has specified the nomenclature of degrees under Section 22(3) of the UGC Act, 1956 to
ensure mandatory requirements viz. minimum essential academic inputs required for awarding such
degrees. A copy of Gazette Notification regarding specification of degrees issued vide No.1-52/97(CPPII) dated 31st January 2004 is enclosed. The details are also given in UGC Web site : www.ugc.ac.in
May, I therefore request you to treat the Degrees / Diploma / Certificates awarded by the
Open Universities in conformity with the UGC notification on Specification of Degrees as
equivalent to the corresponding awards of the traditional Universities in the country.
Yours faithfully
Encl. : As Above
Copy to :
(Dr. Mrs. Pankaj Mittal)
Joint Secretary
1. The Secretary, Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Secondary Education and Higher
Education, Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi-110001.
2. The Secretary, All Indian Council for Technical Education, I.G. Sports Complex, Indraprastha Estate, New Delhi
3. The Secretary, Association of Indian Universities (AIU), 16, Comrade Inderjit Gupta Marg, New Delhi -110002.
4. The Secretary, National Council for Teacher Education, I.G. Stadium, I. P. Estate, New Delhi-110002.
5. The Director of Distance Education Council, IGNOU Campus, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068.
6. The Vice-Chancellor, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068.
7. The Vice-Chancellor, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Open University, Road, No. 46, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad (AP)
8. The Vice-Chancellor, Nalanda Open University, West Gandhi Maidan, Patna-800001 (Bihar)
9. The Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University, Shahigaug, Ahmedabad-380003 (Gujarat)
10. The Vice-Chancellor, Karnataka State Open University, Manasagangotri, Mysore-570006 (Karnataka)
11. The Vice-Chancellor, Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik-422222 (Maharashtra)
12. The Vice-Chancellor, Kota Open University, Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University, Kota-324010 (Rajasthan)
13. The Vice-Chancellor, Netaji Subhash Open University, Kolkata-700020 (West Bengal)
14. The Vice-Chancellor, Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (Open) University, Bhopal-462016 (M.P.)
(V.K. Jaiswal)
Under Secretary
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 17
Appendix - 6 : G.R. of equivalency to 10th and 12th
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F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 18
Appendix - 7 : G. R. of Equivalency & Approval of State Govt. of Maharashtra for Degree's
& Diploma's of Open Universities
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`ed§Vamd MìhmU _hmamï´> _wŠV {dÚmnrR> ho _hmamï´>
amÁ`mÀ`m {d{Y_§S>imZo A{Y{Z`_mÛmao (H$m`Xm H«$. 20/1989)
ñWmnZ Ho$bobo {dÚmnrR> AgyZ Ë`mg {dÚmnrR> AZwXmZ
Am`moJmMrhr _mÝ`Vm Amho. Ë`m_wio `m {dÚmnrR>mMr nXdr
BVa {dÚmnrR>mÀ§ `m nXdrer g_H$j Amho.
(2) {dÚmnrR> AZwXmZ Am`moJmMr _mÝ`Vm
{dÚmnrR> AZwXmZ Am`moJ, Zdr {Xëbr `m§Zr Ë`m§Mo nÌ H«$. F/
S-15/89 (CPP-I) {X. 8 {S>g~
| a 1992 Zwgma {dÚmnrR> AZwXmZ
Am`moJmÀ`m 1956 À`m H$m`ÚmVrb H$b_ 12-~r AÝd`o
`ed§Vamd MìhmU _hmamï´> _wŠV {dÚmnrR>mg _mÝ`Vm {Xbr Amho.
(3) _hmamï´> bmoH$godm Am`moJmMr _mÝ`Vm
Cng{Md d narjm {Z`§ÌH$, _hmamï´> bmoH$godm Am`moJ, _w§~B©
`m§À`m nÌ H«$. 1477 (17/1994/H$j) {X. 17 \o$~«wdmar
1994 À`m nÌmVrb _mÝ`Vog~§ Y
§ rMm _OHy$a - "`ed§Vamd
MìhmU _hmamï´> _wŠV {dÚmnrR> ho g§{d{Y_mÝ` (Statutory)
Agë`m_wio Amnë`m {dÚmnrR>mÀ`m nXdrYa {dÚmÏ`mªH$Sy>Z
Ambobo AO© XoIrb BVa _mÝ`Vmàmá {dÚmnrR>mÀ§ `m nXdrYa
C_oXdmam§H$Sy>Z Amboë`m AOmªà_mUoM Am`moJmH$Sy>Z {dMmamV
KoVbo OmVrb'
_wŠV {dÚmnrR>mÀ`m nXdr/nX{dH$m§Zm
_hmamï´> emgZ_mÝ`Vm
{dÚmnrR> AZwXmZ Am`moJmZo _mÝ`Vm {Xbobr {dÚmnrR>o
amÁ` godoVrb nXmgm§R>r nXdr/nX{dH$mg _mÝ`Vm
_hmamï´> emgZ
gm_mÝ` àemgZ {d^mJ
emgZ {ZU©` … H«$_m§H$ AmaOrS>r-1394/à.H«$. 21/94/13,_§Ìmb`, _w§~B©
400032, {XZm§H$ 8 _mM© 1995
dmMm … (1) gm_mÝ` àemgZ {d^mJ, emgZ {ZU©` H«$_m§H$ AmaOrS>r-1061/18967/
114 - Oo {XZm§H$ 21 Am°JñQ> 1969
emgZ {ZU©` … _hmamï´> bmoH$ godm Am`moJmer {dMma {d{Z_` H$ê$Z CnamoŠV
{XZm§H$ 21 Am°JñQ> 1969 À`m AmXoemÛmao Agm {ZU©` KoÊ`mV Ambm hmoVm H$s, H|$Ð
AWdm amÁ` {d{Y_§S>imÀ`m A{Y{Z`_mÛmao ñWm{nV Pmbobr {dÚmnrR>o, g§gXoÀ`m
A{Y{Z`_mÛmao ñWmnZ Pmboë`m BVa e¡j{UH$ g§ñWm, qH$dm {dÚmnrR> AZwXmZ
Am`moJ A{Y{Z`_, 1956 À`m A§VJ©V ^mJ 3 AÝd`o Omhra Pmbobr _mZdr
{dÚmnrR>o `m§Zr àXmZ Ho$boë`m nXì`m / nX{dH$m VgoM ^maVr` d¡ÚH$s` _§S>i
A{Y{Z`_, 1956 À`m n[a{eï>m_§ Ü`o A§V^yV©y Ho$boë`m d¡ÚH$s` d g§b¾ {df`m_Yrb
nXì`m `m§Zm emgH$s` _hm{dÚmb`mVrb AÜ`mnH$s` nXo dJiVm, amÁ`mVrb
godm d nXm§darb ^aVrgmR>r AmnmoAmn _mÝ`Vm àmá Pmbr Agë`mMo
g_OÊ`mV `mdo.
(2) gXa AmXoemgmo~V {dÚmnrR> AZwXmZ Am`moJmZo _mÝ`Vm {Xboë`m d¡Ym{ZH$
{dÚmnrR>o d g§ñWm§Mr `mXr OmoS>Ê`mV Ambr hmoVr. Am`moJ _mÝ`Vmàmá {dÚmnrR>o d
g§ñWm `m§Mr AÚ`mdV `mXr AmVm `m AmXoemgmo~V OmoS>Ê`mV Ambr Amho. emgZ
{ZU©`, gm_mÝ` àemgZ {d^mJ, H«$_m§H$ AmaOrS>r - 1061/18967/914/Oo
{XZm§H$ 21 Am°JñQ> 1969 _Ü`o Z_yX Ho$boë`m Am{U da n[aÀN>X 1 _Ü`o CX²Y¥V
Ho$boë`m hoVygmR>r gXa gd© {dÚmnrR>o/g§ñWm `m§Zr àXmZ Ho$boë`m nXdr/nX{dH$m§Zm
AmnmoAmn _mÝ`Vm XoÊ`mV Amë`mMo g_OÊ`mV `mdo.
_hmamï´>Mo amÁ`nmb `m§À`m AmXoemZwgma d ZmdmZo
Xm. a. amUo
Ada g{Md, _hmamï´> emgZ
à{V,
(1) amÁ`nmbm§Mo g{Md
(2) _w»` _§Í`m§Mo g{Md
(3) g{Md, _hmamï´> bmoH$godm Am`moJ, _w§~B©
(4) _hmboImnmb, _hmamï´>-1, _w§~B©
(5) _hmboImnmb, _hmamï´> -2, _w§~B©
(6) {Zdmgr boIm narjm A{YH$mar, _w§~B©
(7) A{^XmZ d boIm A{YH$mar, _w§~B©
(8) à~§YH$, Cƒ Ý`m`mb` (_yi Ý`m` emIm), _w§~B©
(9) à~§YH$, Cƒ Ý`m`mb` (Anrb emIm), _w§~B©
(10) à~§YH$, bmoH$ Am`wŠV d Cn bmoH$ Am`wŠV `m§Mo H$m`m©b`, _w~§ B©
(11) gd© _§Ìmb`rZ {ejU
(12) _§Ìmb`rZ {d^mJm§À`m {Z`§ÌUm§À`m {Z`§ÌUmImbrb gd© {d^mJ à_wI d H$m`m©b`
à_wI
(13) Ada g{Md, ^maV gaH$ma, {ejU _§Ìmb`, Zdr {Xëbr
(14) {ZdS> ZñVr
dmMm … _hmamï´> emgZmÀ`m CnamoŠV emgZ {ZU©` H«$_m§H$ Ama.Or.S>r.
1394/à.H«$.21/94/13 _§Ìmb`, _w§~B©. {XZm§H$ 8 _mM©
1995 À`m gmo~V OmoS>boë`m `mXr_Ü`o `ed§Vamd MìhmU
_hmamï´> _wŠV {dÚmnrR>, Zm{eH$ `m§Mr AZwH«$_m§H$ 146 da
Zm|X H$aÊ`mV Ambobr Amho.
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 19
Appendix - 8 :
{dÚmWu EH$mM doir ‘w³V {dÚmnrR> d nma§n[aH$ {dÚmnrR>mVrc XmoZ {ejUH«$‘m§Zm àdoe KoUma
Agë¶mg Imcrc Zmo{Q>{’$Ho$eZ H$miOrnyd©H$ dmMmdo d Zm|X ¿¶mdr.
DISTANCE EDUCATION COUNCIL
INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY
F.No. DEC/Notification/40.5.1.5/2012
Dated : 01.11.2012
NOTIFICATION
Subject :
Policy on pursuing two or more programmes simultaneously in various combinations - regarding.
The Distance Education Council in its 40th meeting held on 8.06.2012 has decided on the
policy on pursuing two or more programmes simultaneously in various combinations. Two
degree programmes cannot be allowed to be pursued simultaneously. However, a student can
pursue two programmes simultaneously through distance or combination of distance and regular modes from the same or different University(ies)/Institution(s) in various combinations, viz.
1. One Degree and one Diploma/Post Graduate Diploma/Certificate.
2. One Post Graduate Diploma and one Diploma/Certificate.
3. One Diploma and one Certificate.
4. Two Post Graduate Diplomas.
5. Two Diplomas.
6. Two Certificates.
This is for information and adherence by all concerned.
(DIRECTOR)
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 20
kmZJ§Jm KamoKar
Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University
Nashik - 422 222
Receipt of Admission Form
(Student should preserve this copy)
(Year 2014-15)
Received the admission form along with necessary documents with bank
challen reciept of
Mr./Ms./Mrs. ________________________________________________________
for forwarding to the Regional Director, Yashwantrao Chavan
Maharashtra Open University.
The details are given below :
Name of the Programme : B.Com. ......................................................
(F.Y./S.Y./T.Y.)
: G02
Programme Code
Name of the Bank & Branch ....................................................................
Challan No. .................... Amount : ..............................Date :
/
/20
Name of the Study Centre : ....................................................................
Date :
/
/20
Signature & Stamp of Study Centre
Coordinator
For Details about University, Programmes Offered by University & Study Centres log on to
http://ycmou.digitaluniversity.ac
F. Y. / S. Y. / T. Y. B. Com. Degree Programme : Prospectus : 21
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