B Com (Honours) programme has become a popular choice amongst students at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU).

Last Updated: 2013-06-24T11:38:40+05:30

B Com (H) Popular Amongst Students at GGSIPU

New Delhi: The B Com (Hons) programme has come out as one of the popular options for students enrolling at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), for this year academic session. This honours course in GGSIPU will consist of case studies, simulations and project exercises for students.
Dilip K Bandyopadhyay, Vice-Chancellor, GGSIPU has stated that this programme has been modelled along the lines of the chartered accountancy course with an emphasis on the managerial inputs. While studying the programme, students can appear for their preliminary, intermediate and final exams of the CA. He also said that the students who don't want to prepare for CA will also benefit from the programme as there are enough inputs through commerce oriented courses.
As per sources, B Com (Honours) programme has total 840 seats, for which the university has sold around 12,000 forms. While explaining about the programme, Bandyopadhyay informs, the study areas will include business mathematics, management accounts, trade, etc. He has also added, approximately, 12 faculty members will be involved in teaching the programme. Guest lectures will be held and experts will be invited. On an average, the teacher student ratio will be 1:15.
According to Bandyopadhyay, in view of the programme being taught in the classroom, the teaching pedagogy will include case studies, simulations and project exercises for students. He says the B Com (Hons) programme will be conducted in affiliated colleges only and not in the Dwarka campus. We have asked our affiliated colleges to conduct remedial classes for students who do not have a background in Maths.
As per Bandyopadhyay, the university is also offering placement facility, and through the central placements the students can be assisted for internships. The programme session will commence from the first-week of August.
- By Iti Agarwal
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