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  • About
    Seats
    40
    Duration
    4 Year

    Eligibility

    Applicants need to have passed the class XII examination from CBSE or any recognised Board.

    Accounting & Finance is one of the important components of almost every business establishment, institution, organization, industry, etc. Keeping the demand and to plug the gaps between the skills possessed by the youth and skills required by the industry related to financial services, the School in interaction with domain experts and industries has taken initiative to launch a new BVocProgramme in Accounting and Finance from the academic session 2020-21. The BVoc. in Accounting and Finance is a specialized undergraduate bachelor's degree programme which prepares the graduate to acquire such skills so that they develop competencies required for job roles for Account Assistant, Account Executive and Account Managers as specified through NSQF levels or otherwise for the financial service sectors.

    Programme Objectives:

    • To prepare students for the employment opportunities as per the requirement of the industries in the Financial Services Sector.
    • To integrate NSQF Levels with higher education through identified Job Roles and thereby making the students job-ready for industries.
    • To organise such learning experiences with judicious mix of Skills related to Profession (Job Roles) and Education for Citizenship
    • To create a flexible pathway for multiple entry and multiple exit in the programme.
    • To fill the gaps between the skills possessed by the youth and skills required by the industry related to financial services.
  • Programme Structure
    Seats
    40
    Duration
    4 Year

    Eligibility

    Applicants need to have passed the class XII examination from CBSE or any recognised Board.

    List of Courses:

    Semesters

    CC

    JSC/ DSC

     AEC/ GC VBE/OE/ DSE

    Internship Course (IC)/OJT/ RP

    Levels/ Job-roles

    Total

    I

    CC-1 (4 Credits)

    (English Proficiency Course)

    JSC- 1

    Introduction to Accounting

    (4 Credits)

    JSC- 2 (4 Credits)

    Business Laws

    JSC-3 (4 Credits)

    Basics of Business Economics

    AEC-1 (4 Credits) (Life Competencies of Sustainable Employability)

     

     

    20

    II

    CC-2 (4 Credits)

    (Hindi for Business Practice)

     

    JSC- 4 (4 Credits)

    Auditing and Assurance

     

    JSC- 5 (4 Credits)

    Cost Accounting

     

    VBE-1 (4 Credits):

    Engaging with Self- (To be adopted from Happiness Curriculum)

     

    Internship / OJT -1 (8 Credits)

     

    Level-5  (Job Role-1)

    24

    Total

    08 Credits

    20 Credits

    08 Credits

    08 Credits

     

     

    44 Credits

    III

    CC-3 (4 Credits)

    (Computer Application & ICT Skills)

     

    JSC-6 (4 Credits)

    Accounts Payables and Receivables

    JSC-7 (4 Credits)

    Business of Maths, Logical Reasoning, and Statistics

    JSC-8 (4 Credits)

    Computerized Accounting System

     GC -1 (4 Credits)

    (Social Connection & Engaged Citizenship)

     

     

    20

    IV

    CC -4 (4 Credits)

    (Environmental Issues and Concerns)

     

    JSC- 9 (4 Credits)

    Payroll Function Management

    JSC-10 (4 Credits)

    GST and Statutory Compliances

    OE (4 Credits) (Community Outreach with Special Focussed Groups)

    Internship / OJT -2 (8 Credits)

     

    Level-6  (Job Role-2)

    24

     

    Total

    08 Credits

     

    20 Credits

    08 Credits

    08 Credits

     

     

    44 Credits

    V

    CC-5 (4 Credits)

    (Understanding India)

     

    JSC-11 (4 Credits)

    Accounting for Managerial Decisions

    JSC-12 (4 Credits)

    Income Tax Law

    JSC-13 (4 Credits)

    Corporate Laws

    AEC-2 (4 Credits) (Entrepreneurship Development)

     

     

    20

    VI

    CC-6 (2 Credits)

    Health, Wellness & Yoga (Workshop)

     

     

    JSC- 14 (4 Credits)

    Corporate Accounting

    JSC-15 (4 Credits)

    Financial Management

    AEC-3 (4 Credits)

    (Business Communication).

    VBE-2 (2 Credits)

    Design Thinking(Workshop)

    Internship / OJT -3 (8 Credits)

     

    Level-7  (Job Role-3)

    24

     

    Total

    06 Credits

     

    20 Credits

    08 Credits

    08 Credits

     

     

    44 Credits

    VII

    CC-7(4 Credits)

    (Basic Research Methodology)

    DSC-1 (4 Credits)

    Financial Modelling

    DSC-2 (4 Credits)

    Financial Institutions, Markets, and Services

    DSC-3 (4 Credits)

    Financial Reporting and Analysis

     

     

    DSE-1 (4 Credits)

     

    Option-1:

    Banking Product and Services

     

     

    Option-2:

    Marketing of Financial Products

    Formulation of Research Proposal (2 Credits)

    Level-8

    22

    VIII

    CC-8 (4)

    (Data Analysis: Quantitate & Qualitative Techniques)

    DSC- 4 (4 Credits)

    Financial Planning

     

    DSC-5 (4 Credits)

    Emerging issues in Finance

     

    DSE-2 (4)

    Option-1:

    Securities Analysis and Portfolio Management

     

    Option-2:

    International Financial Management

    Research Dissertation with Seminar Presentations (6 Credits)

    Level-8

    22

     

    Total

    08 Credits

    20 Credits

    08 Credits

    08 Credits

     

    44 Credits

    GROSS TOTAL

    30 Credits

    80 Credits

    AEC-12 + GC-4, VBE-6+OE-4

    DSE-08= 34 Credits

    IC- 24 + RP-2+ RD/S6 = 32 Credits

     

    176

    Credits

  • Programme Outcomes
    Seats
    40
    Duration
    4 Year

    Eligibility

    Applicants need to have passed the class XII examination from CBSE or any recognised Board.

    • To develop such competencies required for job roles for Account Assistant, Account Executive and Account Managers as specified through NSQF levels or otherwise for the financial service sectors.
    • To provide such understanding amongst students in view of the demands from the industry to work in a cohesive environment and leading from the front.
    • To develop such entrepreneurial skills for ensuring to work in a competitive environment for supporting financial service sector.
    • To imbibe in the students with such entrepreneurial skills for setting up of their own business house related to financial serve sector.
    • To demonstrate such qualities of a graduate to become a responsible citizen of the country and developing a comprehensive understanding on the contemporary business environment.
    • To appreciate socio-economic scenario of the country and contribute to the economic development of the nation.

     

  • FAQ
    Seats
    40
    Duration
    4 Year

    Eligibility

    Applicants need to have passed the class XII examination from CBSE or any recognised Board.

    1. What is BVoc Accounting and Finance programme?

    BVoc Accounting and Finance programme has been launched by the School of Vocational Studies, Ambedkar University Delhi in the year 2020 with an objective to develop competencies required for job roles for Account Assistant, Account Executive and Account Managers as specified through NSQF levels or otherwise for the financial service sectors. The course aims to develop skills related to Accounting and Finance which are necessary for working in a competitive business environment for supporting financial service.

    2. What are the eligibility criteria and selection procedure for this programme?

    The eligibility criteria is class 12th pass institution recognized by CBSE, ICSE and equivalent State Boards. Theselection procedure comprises of three domains namely, class 12th marks, weightage to vocational subject studied in class 12th and a well-written, comprehensive statement of purpose for joining the programme.

    The percentage allocated to each of these criteria for admission 2020-21 academic session is listed as under:

     

    Class 10+2 marks

    80%

    Vocational subject in class 10+2

    10%

    Statement of Purpose

    10%

    3. I did not study Accountancy in school. Am I eligible for this programme?

    Yes. A student who has not opted for Accountancy in Class 12th is also eligible to apply for the programme. However, preference will be given to students with commerce stream background.

    4. I have a gap year after class 12th. Am I eligible for this programme?

    Yes, you are still eligible to apply for the programme.

    5. What is the fee for this programme?

    The total fee to be given per-semester is calculated as:

    • Tuition Fee: Rs. 21,440/-
    • Student Welfare Fund : Rs. 500/-
    • Additional Enrichment Fee : Rs. 2500 /-
    • Caution deposit (one -time payment) : Rs 5000 /- (Refundable)

    Note:The fee is subjected to revisions as per the University norms from time to time.

    6. What is Student Welfare Fund (SWF) and how it helps to students?

    An amount of Rs. 500/- is collected per semester from all students for the ‘Student Welfare Fund’. This fund is meant to offer financial assistance available for meeting welfare of needy students (based on family income criteria). This includes photocopy of study material, books, travel expenses to college, amount required to avail AUD hostel facilities, food or any other comparable needs.

    7. What is an Additional Enrichment fee charge?

    The SVS take an additional enrichment fee of Rs.2500/-per semester so as to provide industry exposure, special seminars, undertaking field work and interactions with industry experts.

    8. Are there any scholarships available for the students (each semester)?

    Yes, the University offers scholarships to top 20% performers in each semester results.

    9. How many credits are there in each semester?

    Total 30 Credits courses (18 credits Skill Courses & 12 Credits General Education Component courses).

    10. Will I get a degree or a diploma after the completion of the programme?

    You will get a degree after the completion of the programme.

    11. What is the meaning of full-time mode with multiple entry/exit options in this course?

    The BVocprogrammes are designed to offer flexibility to students with multiple entry and exit options. While enrolled in afull time mode, a studentwill be pursuing a 3 years degree programme with the flexibility of leaving the course after the completion of the each year courses with a diploma after the first year, Advanced- Diploma after completion of the second year and finally a degree on completion of the third year courses. The multi-entry means that a student who opted out of the programme with a Diploma or Advanced-Diploma can come back to the programme and re-join the programme at the level s/he have completed within a stipulated time frame.

    12. What are the future prospects after this programme?

    After completing the programme, a student will be able to explore the opportunities of working in the Accounts and Finance departments of institutions,organisations,partnership firms, companies, business set-ups, multi-national organizations and other similar entities in the financial services sector. The three-year BVoc Accounting and Finance programme will enable the student to develop the skills and knowledge that will enable him/her to either join in a financial service sector or even become an entrepreneur for setting-up his own business environment in the sector.

    13. Does the University provide placement opportunities after this programme?

    The University has a school level as well as centralized placement cell that aims to providesupport for the placements as far as possible.

    14. What are NSQF Levels?

    National Skill Qualifications Framework (NSQF) has defined 10 levels of competency. School Boards are providing Level-4 certificate which isconsidered as equivalent to Class-XII. National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF) organizes qualifications according to a series of levels of knowledge, skills and aptitude. The BVocprogrammes offered in Universityis providing Level 5, 6,and 7 certifications.

    15. I have done Level 4 in class 12th, can I continue to the next level 5?

    Yes you can continue to the next level i.e., level 5.

    16. What is an OJT?

    It is On the Job Training or also known as industry internship which is a mandatory component of this programme. All the students are placed for internships with the industry every semester for a few weeks to develop their practical knowledge and skills through hands on learning at the real job floor.

    17. Can we do a Master’s programme after BVoc Accounting and Finance?

    Yes, post completion of this programme, a studentis eligible to apply for a Master’s degree programme. The course will equip you with the skills and knowledge required that will form the foundation of the Master’s degree.

    18 Does the University provide hostel facility?

    Yes, the University has provision for limited hostel facilities for girls at the Kashmere Gate and Karampura Campus.

    19. Is there any Industrial Certification available in the programme?

    Yes. A third party assessment is done after every job roles (end of every year) by the Sector Skill Council, an industry body under National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). The BFSI Sector Skill Council will undertake third party assessment of students enrolled in the BVoc (Accounting & Finance) Programme and a separate certificate will be issued to the successful candidate.

    20. Is the BVoc (Accounting & Finance) is a recognised degree programme?

    Yes. The programme is approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC).

     

  • Courses
    Seats
    40
    Duration
    4 Year

    Eligibility

    Applicants need to have passed the class XII examination from CBSE or any recognised Board.

    Course CodeCourse NameCourse Credit
    NSVSA1JS01 Introduction to Accounting4
    NSVSA1JS02Business Laws4
    NSVSA1JS03 Basics of Business Economics4
    NSVSA2JS01 Auditing and Assurance4
    NSVSA2JS02 Cost Accounting4
    NSVSA2IC01 On-the-job-training/internship8
    NSVSA3JS01 Accounts Payables and Receivables4
    NSVSA3JSE02 Business of Maths, Logical Reasoning, and Statistics4
    NSVSA3JSE03 Computerized Accounting System4
    NSVSA4JSE01 Payroll Function Management4
    NSVSA4JSE02 GST and Statutory Compliances4
    NSVSA4ICE01 On-the-job-training/internship8
    NSVSA5JSE01 Accounting for Managerial Decisions4
    NSVSA5JSE02 Income Tax Law4
    NSVSA5JSE03 Corporate Laws4
    NSVSA6JSE01 Corporate Accounting4
    NSVSA6JSE02 Financial Management4
    NSVSA6ICE01 On-the-job-training/internship8
    NSVSA7DC01 Financial Modelling4
    NSVSA7DC02 Financial Institutions, Markets, and Services4
    NSVSA7DC03 Financial Reporting and Analysis4
    NSVSA7DE01 Option-1: Banking Product and Services4
    NSVSA7DE02 Option-2:  Marketing of Financial Products4
    NSVSA8DC01 Financial Planning4
    NSVSA8DC02 Emerging issues in Finance4
    NSVSA8DE01Option-1: Securities Analysis and Portfolio Management4
    NSVSA8DE02Option-2:  International Financial Management4
    GEC: Compulsory across all BVoc programmes
    NSVSG1CC01English Proficiency Course4
    NSVSG1AE01Life Competencies of Sustainable Employability4
    NSVSG2CC01Applied Hindi for Business4
    NSVSG2VB01Happiness within Self- (To be adopted from Happiness Curriculum)4
    NSVSG3CC01Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (IAI)4
    NSVSG3GC01Social Connection & Engaged Citizenship4
    NSVSG4CC01Environmental Issues and Concerns4
    NSVSG4OE01Community Outreach with Special Focussed Groups4
    NSVSG5CC01Understanding India: Indian Knowledge System4
    NSVSG5AE01Entrepreneurship Development4
    NSVSG6CC01Health, Wellness & Yoga (Workshop)2
    NSVSG6AE01Business Communication4
    NSVSG6VB01Design Thinking(Workshop)2
    NSVSG7CC01Basic Research Methodology4
    NSVSG7RP01Formulation of Research Proposal 2
    NSVSG7PR01, NSVSG7PT01/NSVSG7PA01/NSVSG7PE01Teaching methods of RM/T H/A&F/ECCME4
    NSVSG7VE01Introduction to Vocational Education in India2
    NSVSG8CC01Data Analysis: Quantitative & Qualitative Techniques4
    NSVSG8RD01Research Dissertation with Seminar Presentations 6
    NSVSG8EA01Evaluation and Assessment  4
    NSVSG8DC01Demonstration classes & Lesson Plans 6