Admission Enquiry


The Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) in Capital Markets course provides comprehensive training in the field of capital markets and it has been designed to offer the students advanced lessons in the market of finance, concepts of stocks, commodities, bonds, and other financial instruments in the market, stock exchange for the investors willing to trade, and transaction of financial securities.

The program’s main focus is on familiarizing the students with the function of financial markets and how a country’s economy is affected by them, along with imparting an advanced understanding of computation of stocks and bonds prices.

B. Com. (Hons.) in Capital Markets provides a solid base for learning the basics of major finance & management areas and discipline. Hands-on training on securities trading is another key feature that bolsters prospects and multiple options designed according to the competencies of students prepare the students for the specific sectors or job profiles as per industry needs. In addition to the core curriculum, subjects like communication, analytical skills, and soft skills enhance personality and employability of candidates.

Course Duration

Three years (Full-time)

The course aims at

  • Preparing students to master the skills and knowledge of Capital Markets
  • Enabling the students to acquire contemporary management ideas and concepts
  • Evaluating the factors influencing the various dynamics of Financial Market
  • Developing the ability and skillsets to apply such concepts in practical trading
  • Applying data-driven decision making for better strategies to create maximum impact
  • Providing a global aspect of Capital Markets to prepare the young minds for comprehensive learning experience

Course Pedagogy

Our practical oriented teaching-learning pedagogy will enhance the learning experience of the students to understand, develop, evaluate the different conceptual theories and hands-on experience in the emerging Financial Market space as well as exposing them to the other functional areas of management. The delivery methodology is student-centered and includes active learning, inquiry, experiential learning, co-operative and participative learning activities. We focus on integration of knowledge, development of critical thinking, problem solving, and performance skills. Students would be able to secure a stable career in India, with attractive salary packages from leading firms in BFSI sector and in case they want to be entrepreneurial, they can set up their own advisory and portfolio management business.

Commence of the course

Course Duration

Mode of Study


Pre-University/Higher Secondary/10+2 Examinations or equivalent from any recognized Board or Council in any discipline.

Obtained at least 50% marks (45% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) in the subjects taken in standard 12 or equivalent.

Key Features

Quality Education

State-of-the-art infrastructure

A strong base of core faculty

Interaction with industry leaders, practitioners and professionals

Scholarships available to meritorious students

Additional courses offered to enhance managerial skills

Mentoring system

Industry visits


Industry centered assignments in leading companies

Involvement of students in research work

Course Structure

Semester Horizontal Subject Title
Semester I General Management Kannada Language - I*
Business English and Communication
Fundamentals of Management
Quantitative Techniques
Semester II General Management Kannada Language - II*
Environmental Science
English Language
Business Ethics and CSR
Disaster Management*
Semester III General Management Kannada Language - III*
International Business
Data Analytics Introduction to Contemporary Programming Language
Semester IV General Management Kannada Language - IV*
Research Methodology
Company Law and Secretarial Practice
Indian constitution*
Data Analytics Business Analytics & Data Visualization
Semester V General Management Entrepreneurship & Start-Up Ventures
Semester VI General Management Commercial Law
Strategic Management
Semester Area Subject Title
Semester I Finance Financial Planning and Wealth Management
Principles of Accounting
Semester II Finance Financial Accounting and Practices - I
Capital Market Operations
HRM Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
Semester III Finance Financial Accounting and Practices - II
Corporate Accounting
Accounting Using Tally ERP
Cost Accounting
Marketing Marketing Management
Semester IV Finance Financial Management
Management Accounting
Financial Modeling using Excel
OM Management Information Systems
Semester V Finance Commercial Banking
Advanced Financial Accounting
Principles and Practice of Direct Taxation
Insurance and Risk Management
Semester VI   Project Work
Finance Principles and Practice of Indirect Taxation
International Financial Reporting Standards
Trading Strategies – Practical
Principles and Practices of Auditing
Area Subject Title
Marketing Consumer Behavior
Sales and Distribution Management
Product and Brand Management
Finance Financial Markets and Services
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Financial Statement Analysis
HRM Recruitment and Selection
Human Resource Development
Performance Appraisal
OM Project and Service Management
Lean Operations and Total Quality Management
Innovation and Emerging Trends in Technology
International Business EXIM Trade
Global Marketing Management
Intercultural Human Resource Management
E-Commerce and Digital Marketing Digital Marketing
E-Commece Management
Product and Brand Management


Area Subject Title
Marketing Integrated Marketing Communication
Retail Management
Finance International Financial Management
Strategic Financial Management
HRM Industrial Relations and Labor Laws
International Human Resource Management
Corporate Leadership and Organization Development
OM Business Analytics and Intelligence
Green Energy and Sustainable Operations
International Business International Business Finance
International Business Law
E-Commerce and Digital Marketing Integrated Marketing Communication
E-Commerce Channels


  • Business and Sustainable Development
  • Consumer Protection Act -1986: Part-4
  • Innovation, Business Models and Entrepreneurship
  • Sustainability Science
  • Introduction to IT

*Principal subjects - These are common subjects without any credits to be added to CGPA.

Principal Subjects

  • Kannada Language – Sem I, II, III, IV
  • Disaster Management - Sem II
  • Indian Constitution - Sem IV

Note: An elective specialization stream is offered in the B. Com. (Hons.) course only if a minimum number of students enroll for the specialization.

Attendance Requirement

  • Classroom attendance is a compulsory component of the course, and students are expected to attend all scheduled classes.
  • Students are required to maintain a minimum of 75 percent attendance in every single subject of a particular semester, failing which students will not be permitted to appear for the Semester End Examination.

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