B.Com. Financial Market


B.Com Financial Market is a 3 year undergraduate degree program. It provides an overview of the ideas, methods, and institutions that permit human society to manage risks and foster enterprise. Emphasis on financially-savvy leadership skills. Description of practices today and analysis of prospects for the future. Introduction to risk management and behavioral finance principles to understand the real-world functioning of securities, insurance, and banking industries. The ultimate goal of this course is using such industries effectively and towards a better society.

The knowledge, skills and competences acquired in the course of studying this discipline, will be useful for specialists in finance and banking and exchange business in solving various problems of the administrative, analytical, research, settlement and economic nature. Also, this knowledge will be useful for financial concepts and application of analytical tools to the elaboration of financial strategies. The course is based on the active learning technologies, mostly at case studies. Teaching and learning methods include lectures, tutorials, seminars, case studies, group work, home assignments (individual and group projects).

Programme Objectives:

The tremendous expansion in the field of Global Financial Markets over the last 3 decades has made the Financial Markets an emerging field in the World. In India, it all started in 1991 with the Liberalization policy, and we are on the threshold of a financial revolution and on our way to becoming a financial powerhouse. Hardly 5% of the population invests in the financial market which makes it all the more interesting as a discipline and a career.

This course examines the key concepts of financial markets and instruments as well as their operation. The course also discusses the analytical techniques and practical tools to use each instrument for economic management. Topics covered include the roles and determinants of interest rates, fixed income securities markets, equity markets, foreign exchange markets, and option markets.

 Demonstrate a working knowledge of financial terms and concepts.
 Analyse how financial markets and instruments operate and how they can be used to achieve economic objectives.
 Understand and critically engage in profits and risks faced by investors and strategies to control these profits and risks.
 Demonstrate the ability to think independently, reflectively and analytically for work in regulating the financial sector, financial institutions or various areas of government.


  •  Prospective students should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination from are recognized school board, with Math/Commerce as subjects studied at the intermediate level.
  •  A Minimum of 50% marks in 10+2 as qualifying criteria to secure admission in this degree course.
  •  Qualifying and fulfilling the cutoff of SAGE university entrance exam.

 3 Yrs    6 Sem     60

Career Opportunities :

  •  Financial Analyst
  •  Securities Analyst
  •  Equity Analyst
  •  Financial Manager
  •  Investment Analyst
  •  Portfolio analyst
  •  Technical Analyst

Syllabus & Scheme :

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