AI-Based Project of CSE Students Won Reboot Kerala Hackathon 2020
Electric All-Terrain Vehicle Built by Team EEE, Saintgits – The first-ever Electric All-Terrain Vehicle from Kerala to qualify for track racing in Terrain Vehicle Motor Sports
Team Saintgits Built Kerala’s First Concrete Canoe
120 Students of Saintgits College of Engineering and 22 Students of Saintgits College of Applied Sciences placed in Infosys
Congratulations Saintgits Kabaddi Women’s Team – KTU  Kabaddi Champions
Congratulations Saintgits Chess Women’s Team – KTU C Zone Intercollegiate Chess Tournament Champions
Saintgits wins the prestigious IDA – STEM Award for Community Development.
Ms. Angel Baby and Ms. Gayathri R. from final year BCA of Saintgits College of Applied Sciences bagged the first placement offers in the new campus recruitment season. Both of them placed as Associate Analyst in Deloitte.



The programme outcomes  of B. Com. / BCA/ BBA / B. A. degree programmes are the following :


Academic Excellence: Academic excellence through effective delivery of course contents


Goal-Oriented and Life-Long Education:  Setting short term, medium, and long term goals and achieving them in a global competitive perspective.


Social  Consciousness : Develop  committed and socially responsible individuals and help them take up active and positive roles in society


Technical Knowledge: To find, utilize and create content using information technologies and the internet.


Entrepreneurial Development: They would develop business acumen, analytical skills, financial literacy necessary to appreciate the dynamic nature of commerce and industry


Research and practical knowledge: Using research knowledge and aptitude acquired in the course of study for solving problems and face modern day challenges


Project Work and Viva: To help them develop the ability to participate in academic discussions.


The programme outcomes of M. Com. E -Commerce / Taxation degree programme are as follows:


Academic Excellence: Enhancing the horizon of knowledge so as to enable the learners to carry out qualitative research and pursue academic or professional careers


Professional Excellence: Developing effective communication skills and ability to work in teams by strengthening group dynamics


Research and Practical knowledge: Using research knowledge and aptitude acquired in the

course of study for solving socially relevant problems


Social Consciousness: Understanding the role and applicability of knowledge acquired in the context of society, environment and sustainable development sticking on to the ethics and values.


Competency skills :Developing problem analysis skills and knowledge and applying the same in real life situation


Global Outreach & Holistic Development: Fostering ability to engage in lifelong learning, demonstrating empathetic social concern, contributing to the development of nation, by making sure of awareness gained on various issues.






Integrate information technology and application of computers to business and office


Practical Knowledge in Computerised Accounting and Programming in C”


Practical knowledge in SPSS for doing social science research


Understand the relevance of Data Base Management system in Business


Development of quantitative aptitude, presentation  and analytical skills of the learner 


Ability to work in teams by strengthening group dynamics


Acquire awareness of organisational culture and job nature




Knowledge in Computing various heads of income under Income Tax Act, 1961

PSO 2 

Understand  the assessment  for different persons and get awareness of tax planning and tax management

PSO 3 

Acquire specialised knowledge in Goods and Service Tax  Act,2017.


Development of quantitative aptitude, presentation and analytical skills of the learner


Enrich the students’ knowledge in various financial services


Ability to work in teams by strengthening group dynamics


Acquire awareness of organisational culture and job nature



PS0 1

Acquire skill and information not only about computer and information technology

but also in organization and management

PS0 2

Prepare student for roles pertaining to computer

applications and IT industry

PS0 3

Develop programming skills, networking skills, learn applications,

packages, programming languages and modern techniques of IT

PS0 4

Learn programming language such as Java, C++, HTML, SQL, etc…

PS0 5

Prepare the learners to get placed in reputed organisations

PS0 6

Provide information about various computer applications and latest

development in IT and communication system 




Develop  high quality education in management


Enable students to become competitive by providing innovative pedagogical techniques, computer applications, group activities and presentations, class discussions and e-learning within the classroom.


Prepare  the students to get  foundation in management, entrepreneurship and accounting.


Provide a solid foundation for the students to pursue professional careers and take up higher learning courses.




Impart a strong foundation in Economics by understanding the basic concepts and theories in Economics. 


Provide a sophisticated mix of skills in Economics, Mathematics, Computer, and Accountancy 


Provide academic flexibility to the students


Combination of  Economics and allied subjects make them competent and face industrial challenges


Create the capacity to develop solutions to various economic problems.


Enhance the ability to apply the principles of economics in daily life 





Develop managerial skills and theoretical knowledge for managing business units with special focus on functional areas of business and management.


Get  awareness regarding latest developments in the field of accounting.


Enable learners to acquire advanced theoretical knowledge on research methods and techniques and also develop capabilities in the application of research in solving business related problems.


Acquire expertise in specialized fields like finance, taxation, marketing, management and information technology.

PSO 5 

Develop aptitude and analytical skills of the learner.


Facilitate learner to pursue career in professional areas of commerce and

management such as taxation, financial services, consultancy etc.


B. Com. Model-III Computer Application/ Taxation


Semester – I

Course Title

Course Code

Course Outcomes

English- Fine Tune Your English


CO1: Confidently use English in both written and spoken forms

CO2: Use English for formal communication effectively

Business Communication and MIS                


C01 – Familiarize the importance of communication in business

C02– Know methods of communication relevant to business situation.

C03–  Build communication  skills among students.

Dimensions and Methodology of Business


CO1–   Create understanding on the role of business in society.

C02– Familiarize the technology integration in business.

C03.  Inculcate the fundamentals of business research in the life of the students.

Financial Accounting -1


CO1 -Equip the students to get an idea on the Accounting terminology

CO2 -Familiarize students to Prepare the financial statements of sole proprietor

CO3 -Make the students to understand the single entry system and its preparations

Corporate Regulation and Administration


CO1– Familiarize the students with the procedure of forming a company

CO2– to familiarize the students with the management  and administration of joint stock companies  in India  as per Companies  Act ,2013

Banking and Insurance


CO1– Understand the basic concepts of banking and insurance

CO2– Equip the students with knowledge in practical banking

CO3– Familiarize the students with knowledge on different types of insurance and various insurance schemes

CO4-Equip with the practical knowledge about banking techniques


Semester – II

English- Issues That Matter


CO1: Sensitize the learners to contemporary issues of concern

CO2: Understand the major issues of contemporary significance

CO3: Respond rationally and positively to the issues raised

Business Environment


CO1- The course is intended to provide a fundamental exposure to the students on the components of    business environment.

CO2-Understand the impact of environment on business

Financial Accounting -2


CO1– Familiarize the students with the theoretical and practical aspects of Hire Purchase Accounting

CO2 -Equip the students to gain knowledge on the Branch Accounting and departmental accounting

CO3–  Familiarize the students about the application and importance of Accounting Standards

Business Regulatory  Framework


CO1–  Familiarize the students with the legal framework influencing business decisions.

CO2– Understand the different aspects of mercantile law.

CO3- Understand different special contracts and familiarize the students with Sale of goods act 1930

Business Management


C01– Familiarize the students with concepts and principles of management.

C02- Introduce various management techniques

Principles of Business Decisions


C01– Familiarize students with the economic concepts.

C02– Familiarize principles underlying business decision-making.

Semester – III

Business Ethics and CSR


CO1– Acquaint the students with various concepts of business ethics.

CO2– Understand the practices of corporate social responsibility in India.

Corporate Accounting -1


C01-Make the students familiarize with corporate accounting procedures

C02– Understand the preparation of financial statements of banking companies

Quantitative Techniques for Business -1


CO1– Provide clarity about the statistical theory in real life situation.

CO2– Equip the students to handle business issues by using proper statistical tools.

CO3– Develop skills to collect and analyze primary and secondary data.

Financial Markets and Operations


CO1– Develop an understanding about the Indian Financial System

CO2– Create awareness about various financial market instruments available around the globe.

CO3-Provide thorough knowledge about the working of financial system, financial markets and other services

Marketing Management


CO1– Familiarize the students             with the basic principles of marketing management.

CO2–  Acquaint students with the application of principles of marketing management in the business and industry.

CO3– Familiarize the students with the recent trends in marketing.

Goods and Service Tax


CO1– Familiarize the concepts of Goods and services tax in its technical terms

CO2– Students are able to understand the calculation in goods and services tax

CO3– Develop a positive mind  among the students on GST

Information Technology for  Business


CO1-Familiarize the concepts of social informatics.            CO2– Understand concepts of network and communication

CO3-Understand the role of information technology in business and make them capable of developing web pages for business

Semester – IV

Logistics and Supply chain Management


CO1- Provide students with good knowledge on logistics and Supply Chain Management.

C02-Understand how these topics can be related with the organization  and business needs.

Corporate Accounting -II


CO1– Equip the students with the preparation of financial statements of insurance companies.

CO2– Equip the students with the preparation of financial statements of banking companies.

CO3– Understand the accounting procedure for reconstruction and liquidation of companies.

Quantitative Techniques for Business –II


CO1-Enable students to select statistical models for the different issues related with business.

CO2-Equip students to analyze primary data by using appropriate statistical models

CO3– Students are able to identify the appropriate statistical tool for the specific issues of the business firms.

Entrepreneurship Development & Project Management


CO1-The students develop and can systematically apply an    entrepreneurial way of thinking that will allow them to identify and create business opportunities that may be commercialized successfully.             

CO2–  Students will be able to  know the parameters to assess opportunities and constraints for new business ideas.

CO3– Design strategies for successful implementation of new business ideas.

Financial Services


CO1– Students are able to understand the financial dealing of the market in the formal way

CO2– Students are able to understand the financial dealings of    the   market.

Information Technology for  Office


CO1-Develop skills to analyze data and presentation using Excel

CO2 -Develop skills to create simple poster using page maker

CO3-Enable the students to manage the office activities with the help of information technology. 

Semester – V


Cost Accounting -1


CO1-Familiarise students with cost concepts and to make the students learn the

CO2-Understand undamentals of cost accounting as a separate system of accounting.


Environment and Human Rights


CO1-Familiarise multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies, Natural resources, eco-systems, pollution, issues, and human rights

CO2–      Acquaint students with biodiversity of India and its conservation

CO3- Understand serious environmental and social issues.

CO4–  Enable students to be aware of human rights related with environment.

E Commerce


C01-Familiarize with the mechanism of E-commerce

C02– Familiarize the mechanism of conducting business transactions through electronic media

Income Tax -1


CO1– Familiarise the students with Income Tax Act 1961.

CO2- Understand the basic definitions and terms of Income Tax act 1961.

CO3– Enable the students to compute income taxable under the first three heads of income.


Programming in C


CO1 –  Provide complete knowledge of C language

CO2 –  Able to develop logics which will help them to create programs, applications in C

CO3– By learning the basic programming constructs they can easily switch over to any other language in the future.

Computerised Accounting


CO1– Provide a practical and theoretical knowledge about the best accounting software Tally ERP 9.

CO2- Equip the students to understand various usages of the Tally software and its application in business processes for accounting purposes.

CO3– Develop skills to do various accounting through the Tally ERP software.

Semester – VI

Cost Accounting -2


CO1-Acquaint the students with different methods and techniques of costing.

CO2-Enable the students to identify the methods and techniques applicable for different types of industries

Advertisement and Sales Management


CO1–  Make  students aware of the strategy ,concept and methods  of advertising  and sales promotion.

Income Tax – assessment and Planning


CO1-Enable the students to compute the taxable income of Firms, AOP & BOI, Co-operative Society, HUF and Companies.

CO2– Understand the concepts of tax planning.

CO3–  Familiarize the students about the tax planning measures for different heads of income.


Income Tax -2


CO1– Provide clarity about the income tax computation in real life situation.

CO2– Equip the students to handle different types of income computations to arrive at the taxable income.

CO3-Familiarise the students about the tax assessment measures for different perspectives in income calculations.

Management Accounting


CO1– Familiarize the knowledge on management accounting

CO2-Understand how to prepare cash flow statements and fund flow statements

CO3– Understand the applications of various ratios for analysing financial statements of a company




CO1-Familiarize students with the concepts of DBMS.

CO2-MakE students capable to  handle database for business firms

CO3-Familiarize students to use MS Access to create databases and queries

Software for Business and Research


CO1- Enhance students for research oriented activities

CO2– Familiarize students with software developments and working in data analysis

CO3– Making students focused on research tools and aspects

CO4– Equip the student in analysing the data for their project.



M.Com Finance & Taxation

Semester I

Course Title

Course Code

Course Outcome

Specialised Accounting


 CO1– Provide an in depth understanding about theoretical and practical aspects of major

Accounting Standards to apply the same in different practical situations.

CO2 -Ascertain the value of goodwill and value of companies based on the value of shares and compare the real value of shares and with the market prices and identify the mispricing.

CO3– In depth understanding about the determination of purchase consideration in the event of amalgamation and to prepare post amalgamation financial statements

CO4-Develop a clear understanding about different types of NBFCs, their

provisioning norms and to understand the concept of NAV of mutual funds through its computation.

CO5-Acquaint with the theoretical aspects of emerging areas in accounting

Organisational Behaviour


CO1-Provide basic understanding about the concepts of organisational behavior

CO2– The students should have a very good understanding about individual behaviour, personality and motivation


CO3-Provide a very deep understanding about the group behaviour and leadership related to organisational behavior

CO4-The learner gets the knowledge base regarding change management and how to deal with stress

CO5– The students get knowledge about the role of organisational culture and conflict on organisational behavior

Marketing Management


CO1-Providebasic understanding about concepts like customer centricity, CRM, value chain and customer delight.

CO2– Get a clear understanding about the market segmentation process and its applications in marketing strategies.

CO3-Develop an idea about consumer behaviour and its impact.

CO4-Good understanding about product line, product mix, brand equity, brand identity, brand personality and brand image.

CO5– Develop sound ideas regarding services marketing and service quality.


Management Optimisation Technique


CO1– Develop theoretical understanding about various business optimisation models.

CO2– Ability to develop Linear Programming Models for business problems and Solve the same

CO3– Application of Linear Programming in the

areas of transportation and assignment

CO4- Application of Linear Programming in theareas of transportation and assignment

CO5–  Understand and apply network analysis techniques for project implementation.


Methodology for social science research


CO1-Develop a thorough understanding about the basic concepts of social science research.

CO2-Enable the learner to formulate a research design.

CO3-Understand the theoretical aspects of sampling design and thereby the learner should be able to draw a sampling design.

CO4– Get detailed knowledge about the instrument development, its validation and different forms of scaling.

CO5- Understand the technique of research reporting.

Semester II

Advanced Corporate Accounting


CO1-The learner should be able to prepare consolidated financial statements of group Companies.

CO2-Understand how to prepare of the financial statements of public utility companies and deal with thedisposal of surplus.

CO3-Develop an awareness on the procedure of bankruptcy under the recent Bankruptcy Procedure Code.

CO4-Familiarise the learner with the accounting procedures of liquidation of companies and preparation of various statements required as per the Companies Act.

CO5– Provide the basic understanding about the preparation of accounts of some special lines of businesses like shipping, hospitals and hotels.

Human Resources Management


CO1-  Acquaint with basic concepts of HRM and performance appraisal

CO2– The students get a clear understanding about human resource development, stress management and work life management

CO3- The learner understands various aspects of training

CO4- The learnerunderstand about the various aspects of industrial relations so as to evaluate the real cases of industrial relations

CO5- The students should get an understanding about HR outsourcing, HR accounting and HR audit


International Business & Finance


CO1– Understand the different aspects of international business.

Quantitative Techniques


CO1-Understand statistical tools for quantitative analysis

CO2-Understand the statistical tools for research and

business decision making.

CO3– Equip the students with the ability  toanalyse data

CO4- Equip the students in selecting the tools

CO5 -Understand the technique of framing hypothesis


Strategic Management


CO1– Strong understanding about the theoretical foundations of strategic management.

CO2– Clear understanding about various models of environmental and internal analysis.

CO3- Develop an idea about the strategy formulation process at the corporate level.

CO4-Familiarize with various tools for strategic planning and evaluation.

CO5– Understand about the modes of implementation and control of strategies.


Semester III

Strategic Financial Management


CO1– Learn the theoretical foundations of financial

management and financial management decisions

CO2–  Evaluate the feasibility of different options regarding discount, credit period, storage cost etc. related to current assets and current liabilities and estimate working capital requirements.

CO3–  Evaluate long term proposals and evaluate the risk associated with long term investment.

CO4-Evaluate the decisions regarding leasing of capital assets.

CO5– Evaluate and Compare the performance of business entities.

Income Tax- Law & Practice


CO1-Acquire knowledge regarding the basic concepts of Income Tax

CO2-Able to compute the income from salary and house property.

CO3– Determine taxable profit of a business or profession.

CO4– Able to compute capital gain and income from other sources


CO5– Able to calculate Gross Total Income of an individual.

CO6–  Learner shall be able to determine eligible deductions and compute Taxable Income and tax liability of an individual


Security Analysis & Portfolio Management




CO1– Able to understand the   concepts of investments, different types of investments, views of investment and process of investment and apply the theoretical knowledge in investment information for selecting the securities.                        CO2– Understand the types of risk in security market and how to apply various tools for the valuation of bonds as well as economic indicators to predict the market.          CO3-Understand the tools of technical analysis, analyse the patterns and trends in the market by using various tools and enable to take investment decisions after understanding market efficiency level also.  CO4-  Learn to apply modern portfolio theories and construct optimum portfolios.  CO5– Revise constructed portfolios as per risk and return association by using different strategies.


Indirect Tax Laws



CO1-Understand the basic concepts of the Goods and Services Tax

CO2– Develop a clear idea about the levy and collection of tax and tax credit

CO3– Develop the knowledge about the provisions regarding registration, preparations of books of accounts and filing of returns under the Act

CO4– Understand about the powers of GST authorities regarding inspection, search and seizure

CO5– Basic understanding about the Customs Law in India

Logistics & Supply Chain Management




CO1– Understand the concept of logistics, the elements involved, logistics management and principles

CO2– Get an idea regarding various demand forecasting techniques

CO3– After learning the module, there shall be an understanding on transportation process and major documents involved in air and ocean logistics management

CO4– Get a clear idea on supply chain management, its process and evaluate the strategies involved

CO5-Understand various trends and developments taking place in the field of logistics and supply chain management.


Semester IV

Advanced Cost & Management Accounting




CO1– Apply activity based absorption methods instead of conventional absorption method

CO2– Apply the marginal costing principles in decision making situations of businesses

CO3– Students get to know how to deal practical cases of pricing decisions in different situations

CO4– Understand the concepts of standard costing, and the process of cost control through it.

CO5– Deal with the practical issues related to transfer pricing


Income Tax- Assessment & Procedures




CO1– Compute the total income and tax liability of firms and Association of Persons

CO2– Carry out assessment of companies and determine their tax liability

CO3- Make the assessment of cooperative societies and trusts.

CO4– Understand the assessment procedures, TDS and advance payment of tax and application in various situations

CO5- Learn tax planning concepts and apply the same


Derivatives & Risk Management



CO1– Knowledge about the derivative market in India, its evolution, types, players, risks involved and basic quantitative foundations.                         CO2– Analyze the implications of Risk in the perception of individuals and Institutions and measurement of risks

CO3– Understand and explain the concept of forward market and its function                    CO4-Analyse the operation and pricing of various types of futures                                  CO5– Develop an idea of exchanges through swaps

Personal Investment &Behavioural Finance


CO1– Understand the meaning and significance of Financial literacy, Financial Discipline & Financial Competency, the role of family and parents in financial socialisationCO2-  Understand and evaluate the Significance of savings on financial destiny and it relationship with Consumerism and to understand the different elements/steps in Personal Financial Planning to attain Financial Well Being and Evaluate the different retail investment avenues              CO3– Know the meaning of Behavioural Finance, its evolution and related theories  CO4– Understand different Heuristics, Biases and other Irrational Investment BehavioursCO5– Understand the relationship between biases and to adopt techniques to lower the impact of biases

Retail & Rural Marketing



CO1– Understand the concept and structure of retail marketing and its status in India

CO2– Get an idea regarding the various formats prevailing in retail sector and the setting up and functioning of retail stores.   CO3– Understand the marketing mix available for retail marketing and the various aspects of HRM applicable for retailing.                              CO4-Develop an idea on emerging trends of retailing in India                                     CO5-Understand rural markets and marketing, its structure in India and the process and importance of agricultural marketing                            CO6-Understand the elements of marketing mix applicable in rural marketing, the role of FMCG in rural markets and also the emerging trends in rural markets in India


M.Com E-commerce


Semester I

Course Title

Course Code

Course Outcome

Advanced Financial Accounting- 1


CO1-Familiarize the students with valuation of goodwill and share.

CO2– Acquaint students with the amalgamation and reconstruction procedures of companies.

CO3– Learn the proceedings of insolvency of an individual and international reporting standards.


Principles of Management and OB


CO1– Help the students to understand the conceptual framework of management and organizational behaviour.

CO2– Understand the managerial applicability of the concepts.

Financial Management Principles


CO1– Understand the basics of financial management.

CO2– Acquaint students with various methods and techniques of financial management.

Research Methodology


CO1– Develop a thorough understanding about the basic concepts of research.

CO2– Help the students to understand how to do research in the area of commerce and management.

CO3– Give an understanding about the technique of research reporting..

Quantitative Techniques


CO1– Understand the statistical tools for quantitative analysis.

CO2– Understand the statistical tools for research and business decision making.

Semester II

Advanced Financial Accounting- II


CO1– Understand the proceedings of the preparation of consolidated balance sheet.

CO2– Get an idea about Green accounting, Double accounts, Farm accounts, voyage accounts

CO3– Get an idea about the liquidation proceedings of companies.

Strategic Management


CO1– Strong understanding about the theoretical foundations of strategic management.

CO2– Clear understanding about various models of environmental and internal analysis.

CO3- Development of an idea about the strategy formulation process at the corporate level.

Financial Management Strategies


CO1– Acquaint students with the advanced concept of financial management.

CO2– Equip the students to develop financial strategies for the organization.

Human Resource Management


CO1– The learner should acquaint with basic concepts of HRM and performance appraisal.

CO2– Help the students to understand the human resource functions in an organization.

CO3- The learner should reach at highest level knowledge about various aspects of training.


Operations Research


CO1– Understand the basics of  Operations Research.

CO2– Enable the students to understand various techniques used in operation management decisions.

Semester III

Management Accounting


CO1– Understand the importance of management accounting techniques in financial decisions

CO2– Acquaint with the applications of ratios for analysing financial statements.

CO3– Understand the preparation of cash flow and fund flow statement of a company

CO4– Get an idea on the relevance of Inflation accounting


Direct Taxes- Law and Practices


CO1– Make the students familiar with the assessment and procedures of direct taxes in the country.

CO2- Compute the total income under five heads of income..

International Business


CO1-Understand the various aspects related to international business.

Corporate Governance


CO1- Understand the importance of corporate governance

CO2-  Identify issues usually addressed by corporate governance structures

CO3-  Students are able to understand recent scandals and abuses  and the regulatory actions

Business Environment


CO1- Understand the impact of environment in business.

CO2– Enable the students to identify the strategies to cope with changes in the environment.

CO3– Discuss the concept of environment, global, political, Economic, socio-cultural and natural environments.

Semester IV

Advanced Cost Accounting


CO1– Learn about the higher application of cost accounting techniques and methods.

CO2– Know the application of cost control techniques.

CO3– Learn about integral accounting and reconciliation of cost and financial accounting.

Direct Taxes- Assessment & Procedure


CO1- Carry out assessment of companies and determine their tax liability.

CO2- Compute the total income and tax liability of firms and AOP


Information Technology and Business









CO1- Develop skills to analyse data and presentation using Excel

CO2– Develop skills to create simple poster using page maker

CO3-Enable students to manage the office activities with the help of information technology. 

Electronic Commerce


CO1– Familiarize with the mechanism of Ecommerce

CO2- Familiarize the mechanism of conducting business transactions through electronic media

Internet & Web page Designing


CO1-To provide an understanding in the process of web page designing

CO2-Understand scripting languages

CO3-Understand students use of Adobe Photoshop software.

Bachelor of Computer Applications( BCA)

Semester – I

Course Title

Course Code

Course Outcomes

English- Fine Tune Your English


CO1: Confidently use English in both written and spoken forms

CO2: Use English for formal communication effectively

Discrete Mathematics-1


Students are able to develop and maintain problem-solving skills.

Basic Statistics and Introductory Probability Theory


Learn  to organize, manage,  present and analyze  data



&Digital Principles


 Learn about the binary number representation along with its operations.


Of Programming

and C Language


In-depth understanding of various concepts of C language.

Software Lab I


Students get a thorough knowledge in doing Programming using C language

Semester – II

English- Issues That Matter


CO1– Sensitize the learners to contemporary issues of concern

CO2– Understand the major issues of contemporary significance

CO3-Respond rationally and positively to the issues raised

Discrete Mathematics II


CO1–  Foundation in Graph Theory and Theory of Matrices

CO2– Familiarize with relevant mathematical techniques and topics





CO1– Familiarize with Database Management System

CO2– Comprehensive knowledge of database models.



And Architecture


CO1-Ability to understand the functionality, organization and implementation of computer system.

CO2– Skill to recognize the instruction codes and formats.

CO3-Knowledge of the internal working of main memory, cache memory, associative memory and various modes of data transfer.

CO4-Understand the working of parallel processing and vector processing

Object Oriented


using C++


CO1– Familiarization with a widely used programming concept – Object Oriented Programming.

CO2-Develop logical thinking.

CO3- Skill to write codes in C++ by applying concept of OOP, such as Objects, Classes,Constructors, Inheritance etc., to solve mathematical or real world problems.

CO4: Ability to isolate and fix common errors in C++ programs.

Software Lab II


Students should able to apply the concepts of object oriented programming.

Semester – III



CO1- Knowledge of working of display systems.

CO2- Skill to execute various Scan Conversion algorithms in laboratory so as to draw Graphics primitives.

CO3– Familiarization with 2D and 3D graphics.

CO4– Develop creativity to create 2D objects.

CO5– Ability to implement 2D geometric transformations on computer system.

Microprocessors and PC



CO1-Understand the taxonomy of microprocessors and knowledge of contemporary microprocessors

CO2-Students are able to demonstrate programming using the various addressing modes and instruction set of 8085 microprocessor






CO1-Ability to apply CPU scheduling algorithms to manage tasks.

CO2-Initiation into the process of applying memory management methods and allocation policies.

CO3-Knowledge of methods of prevention and recovery from a system deadlock

Data Structures

using C++


CO1-Knowledge of advanced abstract data type (ADT) and data structures and their implementations.

CO2-Ability to implement algorithms to perform various operations on data structures

Software Lab III



Students are able to do programs to demonstrate the implementation of various operations on arrays, stack ,queue, tree and various linked lists.

Advanced Statistical Methods


CO1– Familiarization with various sampling distributions

CO2– Formulation of hypothesis about various population parameters

Semester – IV

Design and

Analysis of



Students are able to use various algorithm design techniques for developing algorithms



analysis &




CO1-Students can plan a software engineering process life cycle, including the specification, design, implementation, and testing of software systems that meet specification, performance, maintenance and quality requirements

CO2-Students learn to use modern engineering tools necessary for software project management, time

management and software reuse




Learners understand the basic set of commands and utilities in Linux systems.

Web Programming using PHP


CO1-Understand the general concepts of PHP scripting language for the development of Internet websites

CO2-Familiarise the basic functions of MySQL database program

CO3-Learn the relationship between the client side and the server side scripts

Software Lab IV


CO1– Enable students to design a basic web site using HTML and CSS to demonstrate responsive web design

CO2– Learn to display and insert data using PHP and MySQL

Operations Research


CO1– Formulate a real-world problem as a mathematical programming model

CO2- Understand the theoretical workings of the simple method for linear programming and perform iterations of it by hand.

CO3- Understand the relationship between a linear program and its dual, including strong duality and complementary slackness

CO4- Perform sensitivity analysis to determine the direction and magnitude of change of a model’s optimal solution as the data change

CO5– Solve specialized linear programming problems like the transportation and assignment problems

CO6- Solve network models like the shortest path, minimum spanning tree, and maximum flow problems

Semester – V



CO1-Knowledge of uses and services of Computer Network.

CO2-Ability to identify types and topologies of network.

CO3-Understanding of analog and digital transmission of data.

CO3-Familiarization with the techniques of Network Security.

IT &Environment


CO1-Critical thinking in relation to environmental affairs.

CO2-Understanding about interdisciplinary nature of environmental issues.

CO3-Independent research regarding environmental problems in form of project report.

CO4-Understand social interactions by which human behave and cultural values that underlay behaviors



Using Linux


Students are able to acquire the knowledge of the structure and model of the Java programming language using Linux


Software Lab V


CO1-Learn how to achieve reusability using inheritance, interfaces and packages and describes faster application development can be achieved.

CO2-Demonstrate understanding and use of different exception handling mechanisms and concept of multithreading for robust faster and efficient application development.

CO3-Identify and describe common abstract user interface components to design GUI in Java using Applet & AWT along with response to events

CO4- Identify, Design & develop complex Graphical user interfaces using principal Java Swing classes




CO1– Identify the requirements for the real world problems.

CO2- Enable students to demonstrate and build the project successfully by hardware requirements, coding, emulating and testing


Semester – VI

Cloud Computing



CO1– Learn the main concepts, key technologies, strengths, and limitations of cloud computing and the possible applications for state-of-threat cloud computing

CO2– Identify the architecture and infrastructure of cloud computing, including SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, etc…

CO3- Learn core issues of cloud computing such as security, privacy, and interoperability.

CO4- Provide the appropriate cloud computing solutions and recommendations according to the applications used

Data Mining


Learn to compare and evaluate different data mining techniques like classification, Prediction, Clustering and association rule mining.

Mobile Application




Students are able to design and develop user Interfaces for the Android platform.




Lab II


Develop an ability to demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic.


Viva Voce


CO1-Enable students to face interview both in the academic and the industrial sector

CO2-Learners get an overall knowledge in the relevant field of computer applications



Students get a thorough knowledge  of current trends in the industry.

Bachelor of Business Administration(BBA)

Semester – I

Course Title

Course Code

Course Outcomes

English- Fine Tune Your English


CO1: Confidently use English in both written and spoken forms

CO2: Use English for formal communication effectively

Principles And Methodology Of Management


CO1-Learn the methodological perspective of management as a discipline

CO2- Understand the principles and functions of management a

CO3-Familiarise modern trends in management process

CO4-Get a clear idea on the process of decision making



Business Accounting



CO1– Understand the basics of accounting

CO2– Learn to identify the basics principles of accounting

CO3-Understand the systems /process for recording transactions and to prepare the final accounts of sole trader

CO4-Give a general awareness about depreciation accounting

CO5- Understand the concept of bill of exchange in business


Fundamentals of Business Mathematics



CO1-Develop scientific ability

and to critically evaluate mathematical problems

CO2-Understand industrial and commercial problems

CO3-Learn about modern trends in mathematics and prepare students for management studies.


Fundamentals Of Business Statistics


CO1-Learn to organize a statistical survey.

CO2-Understand the importance of summary measures to describe the characteristics of data set.

CO3-Analyse the relationship between two variables.

CO4-Familiarise the use various forecasting techniques.

Semester – II

English- Issues That Matter


CO1– Sensitize the learners to contemporary issues of concern

CO2– Understand the major issues of contemporary significance

CO3-Respond rationally and positively to the issues raised

Cost And Management Accounting


CO1- Learn how cost accounting is used for decision making and performance evaluation

CO2- Understandthe  basic concept of cost and how costs are presented in financial statements

CO3-Learn how materials, labor and overhead costs are added to a product at each stage of the production cycle


 Business    Communication


CO1- Understand  the prerequisites to business communication.

CO2- Learn effective organizational communication


Mathematics For Management


CO1- Develop scientificability

CO2- Learnaboutmoderntrendsinmathematics

CO3- Understand the problemsinindustryandmanagementandlearnhowtosolvethe problem

CO4- Enable the students tohaveresearchinManagerialSciences.



Statistics For Management


CO1- Get an ideaaboutprobabilityandprobabilitydistributions

CO2– Developtheconceptofasamplingdistributions.

CO3- Enable the learners to formulatehypothesisaboutvariouspopulationparameters

and conductvariousstatisticaltests.


Semester – III

Human Resource Management


CO1– Understand the basic concepts, functions and processes of human resource management

CO2- Become aware of the role, functions and functioning of human resource department of the organizations

CO3-Design and formulate variours HRM processes such as Recruitment, Selection, Training,Development,Performance appraisals and Reward Systems, Compensarion Plans and Ethical Behaviour


Research Methodology


CO1-Understand research terminology

CO2- Identify the ethical principles of research, ethical challenges and approval processes.

CO3-Understand quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods approaches to research.

Business Laws


CO1– Learn the principlesbehindlawofcontract

CO2– Equipstudentstoidentifythevalidityofcontracts



Personality Development And Management Skills (Minor Project)


The students get the opportunity to explore current management literature so as to develop an individual style and sharpen his skills in the area of leadership, communication, decision making, motivation and conflict management

Semester – IV

Financial Management


CO1– Students learn  about the basic concepts of financial management and contemporary theory and policy in order to master the concepts, theories and technique of financial management, what represents the condition of profitable business operations and survival

CO2- Understand the  development of business subjects and the economy as a whole

Managerial Economics


CO1- Understand the roles of managers in firms

CO2– Understand the internal and external decisions to be made by managers

CO3-Analyze the demand and supply conditions and assess the position of a company

CO4-Design competition strategies, including costing, pricing, product differentiation, and market environment according to the natures of products and the structures of the markets



CO1-Get knowledge and skills required for organizing and carrying out entrepreneurial activities, CO2-Develop the ability to analyse and understand business situations in which entrepreneurs act and master the knowledge necessary to plan entrepreneurial activities.

CO3- Develop the ability to analyse various aspects of entrepreneurship – especially of taking over the risk, and the specificities as well as the pattern of entrepreneurship development and,


Basic Informatics for Management



CO2– Become computerproficient.


CO4 – Abilitytoscientificallyanalysethefinancialpositionofafirm


Corporate Laws


CO1- Identifythevariousstepsintheformationofacompany

CO2- Understand thebasicprinciplesofcorporatelaws and


CO3– Understandthebasicfeaturesoflimitedliabilitypartnership

Semester – V

Organizational Behaviour






Environment Science And Human Rights


CO1– Create an awareness regarding natural resources, environmental aspects and management, legislations involved and also provide an awareness on Human Rights

Intellectual Property Rights And Industrial Laws



CO2- SpecifythevariouslegalprovisionsintheFactoriesActandIndustrialDisputesAct.

CO3– IdentifythebenefitsofferedbyESIAct.


Operation Management


CO1-Develop an understanding of and an appreciation for the production and operations management function in any organization.

CO2– Understand the importance of productivity and competitiveness to both organizations and nations.

CO3-Understand the importance of an effective production and operations strategy of an organization.

CO4- Understand the various production and operations design

Industrial Relations



CO1—Get abasicidearegardingindustrialrelations.

CO2- Understandvariousprospectofworkersandemployers

CO3– Understandmoreabouttheemployeesperformanceandtheircarrierplanning.

CO4-Understand various welfare facilities of education programmes providedby employers to theiremployees.


Semester VI

Investment & Insurance Management


CO1– Provide insight about the relationship of the risk and return and how risk should be measured to bring about a return according to the expectations of the investors and portfolio management practices in India

Advertisement & Salesmanship



CO1– Orient students in Marketing Management.

CO2– Encourage entrepreneurial skills.

CO3– Meet the demand of the various industrial sectors.


Strategic Management


CO1-Understand the strategic decisions that organisations make and have an ability to engage in strategic planning.

CO2– Understand the basic concepts, principles and practices associated with strategy formulation and implementation



Communication Skills And Personality Development


·       CO1– Develop effective communication and presentation skills (spoken and written).

·       CO2– Conduct effective business correspondence and prepare business reports which produces results.


Management Project


Provide exposure to various functional departments in an organization and satisfy all the requisites of research methodology theory.


Semester – I

Course Title

Course Code

Course Outcomes

English- Fine Tune Your English


CO1: Confidently use English in both written and spoken forms

CO2: Use English for formal communication effectively

Perspectives and Methodology of Economics


CO1- Identify the relationships with other disciplines.

CO2– Give an understanding on the underlying economic theories and principles.

CO3- Create interest among students about different schools of Economic thoughts and relate it to various aspects of research.

Micro Economics I



CO1– Provide basic understanding of micro economic concepts, behavior of economic agents and price fluctuations in the market.

CO2- Make choices on how to best use limited resources

CO3– Understand the application level of different market structures.

Elementary Statistics for  Economics I


CO1– Understand about the significance of statistical analysis

CO2– Learn and analyse correlation between economic variables

CO3– Develop an interest in analyzing statistical facts


Mathematics for Economists I



CO1– Identify economic analysis and theorizing amenable to mathematical tools and techniques.

CO2- Understand economic concepts in mathematical format through simple illustration and prepares the ground for more scientific study.

CO3-Apply mathematical methods in order to represent theories and analyse economic problems

Financial Accounting I


CO1– Create manpower to cater to the needs of the emerging corporate sector.

CO2-Enable students to prepare financial statements for organisations.

CO3– Facilitate efficient resource allocation.

Semester II

English- Issues That Matter


CO1– Sensitize the learners to contemporary issues of concern

CO2– Understand the major issues of contemporary significance

CO3-Respond rationally and positively to the issues raised

Elementary Statistics for  Economics II



CO1– Familiarize with various sampling techniques, correlation, regression and time- series analysis.

CO2– Help them understand different types of sampling and designing questionnaire

CO3– Learn the various tools for statistical analysis in research

Mathematics for Economists II


CO1- Understand the economic concepts and theories which use mathematical tools and techniques to refine the verbal logic.

CO2-Learn matrix and transformations

CO3-Learn solving methods for assignment and transportation problems


Financial Accounting II


CO1– Give an understanding about branch accounts, departmental accounts, hire purchase arrangement, partnership accounts and modern systems of accounting

CO2– Understand the basis for allocation of expenses

CO3– Provide an understanding about partnership firms.

Financial Administration


CO1– Familiarize the students about the management of the business, financial statements, working capital, portfolio management and various sources of funds.

CO2- Give an understand about the budgetary control and government accounting.

CO3- Learn public debt management


Micro Economics II



CO1- Learn about pricing under various market situations and theories of distribution.

CO2– Understand different theories of distribution

CO3- Create an interest in classical theories of Economics

Semester III

Indian Economy and Reforms I


CO1– Equip the students with the theoretical, empirical and policy issues relating to the society, polity and economy of India.

CO2- Understand the background of the globalization process and its diverse ramifications on the knowledge economy.

CO3-Create interest among students about agricultural policies, land reforms and industrial reforms

Monetary Economics I



CO1-Make  students are aware of the role of money and monetary standards.

CO2– Understand the factors affecting the value of money and inflation.

CO3- Help them analyze the quantity theory of money and money supply

Managerial Economics


CO1– Acquaint the students with the basic micro and macroeconomic concepts relevant for the business decisions.

CO2– Learn about demand forecasting methods and criteria for good forecasting.

CO3-Learn the role and responsibility of managerial economists in the corporate world.

Cost Accounting


CO1– Familiarize students with the difference between cost accounting and financial accounting, material, labour cost and overheads

CO2– Understand different methods of costing

CO3– Learn more about applying management accounting in an economic situation.

Marketing Management


CO1– Impart knowledge in various aspects of marketing

CO2- Acquaint the students with the applied problems of marketing with special reference to India

CO3– Familiarize the students the different channels of distribution and the promotion mix.

International Economics I


CO1-Understand theories of international trade

CO2- Examine the impact of the trade policies on the world economy.

CO3-Learn the classical and modern theories of international trade and its relevance in world economy

Semester – IV

Development Issues of the Indian Economy


CO1– Equip the students with the theoretical, empirical and policy issues relating to the economic underdevelopment and economic development of the world economy

CO2– Give an understanding on the importance of environment in economic development

CO3– Learn India’s strategy for planning and growth.


Monetary Economics II




CO1– Familiarize the students on Indian monetary system.

CO2- Learn various theories of demand for money and factors affecting liquidity

CO3- Acquaint the students with changing role of the financial sector of the economy.

Managerial Economics II


CO1– Give an understanding about pricing policies, profit management and capital budgeting.

CO2– Provides an access to decision making and game theory strategies

CO3– Get a theoretical knowledge on pricing methods and profit theories


Economics of Financial Markets


CO1– Acquaint the students with the changing role of the financial sector of the economy.

CO2-  Familiarize with the basic concepts, the financial institutions and markets.

CO3-Learn about the financial sector reforms in different countries

Computer Applications in Corporate Environment


CO1-Make the students aware about computers, their accessories, microcomputers, and software packages such as MS Word,MS Excel

CO2-Make students expertise in digital communication and digital trade.

CO3– Develop their transversal skills through digitisation.

International Economics I


CO1– Arrive at an understanding of theories of international trade.

CO2– Examine the impact of the trade policies on the world economy.

CO3– Learn recent trade relations of the country

Semester – V


Macro Economics I


CO1- Awareness on the theoretical aspects of Macro Economics.

CO2– Provide students information on theory of costs, market performance and welfare economics.

CO3- Understand  macro-economic trends of the modern economy

Fiscal Economics I



CO1– Understand the role of state in fostering the economic activities via budget and fiscal policies.

CO2- Enable the students to understand the various issues between Central and State Governments

CO3– Help students know about the financial position about the country.


Principles and Practice of Management


CO1– Understand the role of business and its concern of society.

CO2– Take leadership roles in corporate world.

Environmental Economics


CO1-Awareness on environment conservation and climate change.

CO2- Understand the role of individuals in protecting nature.

and the need on environmental protection and preservation

Computer Applications in Corporate Environment II

(Theory and Practical)




CO1– Understand computer applications in business, medicine, use of modems, applications of MS Power Point, MS Access etc.                        

CO2- Enable them to apply theories in digital communication and marketing.

CO3-Acquire advanced computer skills

Semester VI

Macro Economics II


CO1-Understand systemic facts and the latest theoretical developments in Macro Economics.

CO2– Familiarise cost analysis and theoretical background of market structure.

CO3-Awareness on  the macro economic scenario of the Indian economy.

Fiscal Economics II


CO1– Understand the role of state in fostering the economic activities via budget and fiscal policies.

CO2- Enable the students to understand the various issues between Central and State Governments

CO3– Learn about financial management, preparation, implementation and supervision of budget and government finances.

Entrepreneurial Development and Strategic Management


CO1-Help to tackle complex and challenging tasks in corporate world.

CO2-Enable students to view entrepreneurship as a desirable and feasible career option.

CO3-Awareness on innovative methodologies in business

Business Communication


CO1-Enable the students to know about the principles, objectives and importance of Communication in Commerce and Trade.

CO2- Learn the art of presenting themselves in a corporate world.

CO3-Help them approach various styles of business letters

Economics of Human Resources Management


CO1– Give an understanding about scope of human resource management

CO2-Help them learn the emerging trends in human resource management and man power planning.

CO3– Develop leadership skills and demonstrate their ability to tackle complex tasks.

Project and Viva Voce Examination


Enhance their research and analytical skills.


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