Bachelors of Finance Management

Bachelor of Banking & Insurance (BBI) is a three-year undergraduate course divided into six semesters. It is structured in such a way that it provides training in the field of finance, banking, accounting, insurance law, insurance regulations, among others.

BBI not only covers the subjects from the banking field but also covers various subjects of commerce, and communication skills. It also helps train candidates how to efficiently handle technologies used in the field of banking and insurance. The main aim of BBI course is to provide students with a deep insight into the real world of banking and insurance through theory and practical sessions.

Bachelor of Banking & Insurance is a great career choice for those who wish to pursue their career in the banking field. It not only provides you with theoretical knowledge but also helps in its practical application and to provide ample exposure to students with market reforms, new banking policies and regulations. Students are trained with the help of different presentations, projects and assignments to understand the dynamics of finance in a better way.

FIRST YEAR - SEM I
  • Environment and Management of Financial Services
  • Principle of Management
  • Financial Accounting – 1
  • Business Communication – 1
  • Business Economics – 1
  • Quantitative Methods – 1
  • *Any one Course from the following list:
  • Foundation Course – 1
  • Foundation Course in NSS – 1
  • Foundation Course in NCC – 1
  • Foundation Course in Physical Education – 1
FIRST YEAR - SEM II
  • Principles and Practices of Banking and Insurance
  • Business Law
  • Financial Accounting – 2
  • Business Communication – 2
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Quantitative Methods – 2
  • *Any one Course from the following list:
  • Foundation Course – 1
  • Foundation Course in NSS – 1
  • Foundation Course in NCC – 1
  • Foundation Course in Physical Education – 1
SECOND YEAR - SEM III
*Elective Courses (Any three courses from the following list)

  • Financial Management – I
  • Management Accounting
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Risk Management
  • Mutual Fund Management
  • 2A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

  • Information Technology in Banking & Insurance- I
  • 2B. Skill Enhancement Courses(Any one course)

  • Foundation Course – III(An Overview of Banking Sector)
  • Foundation Course- Contemporary Issues- III
  • Foundation Course in NSS – III
  • Foundation Course in NCC – III
  • Foundation Course in Physical Education – III
  • 3. Core Courses

  • Financial Markets
  • Direct Taxation
SECOND YEAR - SEM IV
*Elective Courses (Any three courses from the following list)

  • Financial Management – II
  • Cost Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship Management
  • Wealth Management
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • 2A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

  • Information Technology in Banking & Insurance- II
  • 2B. Skill Enhancement Courses(Any one course)

  • Foundation Course – IV(An Overview of Insurance Sector)
  • Foundation Course- Contemporary Issues- IV
  • Foundation Course in NSS – IV
  • Foundation Course in NCC – IV
  • Foundation Course in Physical Education – IV
  • 3. Core Courses

  • Corporate & Securities Law
  • Business Economics-II
THIRD YEAR - SEM V

    Elective Courses (Any four courses from the following list)
  • Financial Reporting & Analysis(Corporate Banking & Insurance)
  • Auditing - I
  • Strategic Management
  • Financial Services Management
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
  • Actuarial Analysis in Banking & Insurance

  • International Banking and Finance
  • Research Methodology
THIRD YEAR - SEM VI

    Elective Courses (Any four courses from the following list)
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Auditing - II
  • Human Resource Management
  • Turnaround Management
  • International Business
  • Marketing in Banking & Insurance

  • Central Banking
  • Project Work In Banking & Insurance
Course Information
  • Credit:10
  • Days:TTF
  • Timings:8-00am - 12-30pm
  • Department
    BBI