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Courses of Study(Evening College)

Introduction

Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda College (Autonomous) occupies a place of pre-eminence among the educational activities of the Ramakrishna Mission. It is affiliated to the University of Madras and trains students from the graduate level upto the Post-graduate level and admits only men students. Evening College working hours: Monday through Friday between 2.15pm to 7.30pm

The College was granted autonomy from the academic year 2004-2005.

The departments fully utilize their autonomous status to bring about an excellent benchmarking curricula and holistic development of the students.

Every Academic Year is segmented into 2 semesters. Each semester shall have a minimum of 90 Working Days and 450 Lecture Hours. Odd Semester is conducted from June to October and Even Semester from December to April. The End-Semester Examinations will be conducted during November and April every year.

The under graduate course consists of six semesters and the post graduate course consists of four semesters.

 

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

From the academic year 2008-2009 the college follows Choice Based Credit System under semester system for UG and PG courses. The CBCS requires the students to earn a minimum number of credits, while giving them the flexibility to choose their subjects. The curriculum scheme is divided into 5 parts and 140 Credits are to be earned over a period of 3 years. The broad scheme of credit and structure of UG and PG courses as given by the Government and adopted by the college is as follows:

CBCS for UG

Part-I, II, IV, V are common for I-year (B.Com. (General, CS, AF, BM, ISM, CA), B.B.A, B.C.A, B.Sc. (Computer Science))

 

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
Part-I
1 Tamil/Sanskrit/Hindi-I I 3 100
2 Tamil/Sanskrit/Hindi-II II 3 100
Part-II
1 English-I I 3 100
2 English-II II 3 100
Part-IV
  Advance Tamil (AT), Basic Tamil (BT), and Non-Major Elective (NME), Skill based Elective - (Soft Skills), Environmental Studies, Value Based Education.
Part-IV (AT/BT/NME)
1 Basic Tamil/Advanced Tamil/NME-I I 2 100
2 Basic Tamil/Advanced Tamil/NME-II I 2 100
Part-IV Skill based Elective - (Soft Skills)
1 Essentials of Language & Communication I 3 100
2 Essentials of Spoken & Presentation Skills II 3 100
3 Personality Enrichment Level - I III 3 100
4 Computing Skills - Basic/Creative Skills IV 3 100
Part-IV Environmental Studies
1 Environmental Studies IV 2 100
Part-IV Value Based Education
1 Value Based Education IV 2 100
Part-IV (Compulsory Extension Service)
1 NSS/NCC/Rotaract/YRC/Sports   1  
  Total   33 1200
Part-I and II year B.Sc. (Computer Science ) only
Part-I
1 Tamil/Sanskrit/Hindi-III III 3 100
2 Tamil/Sanskrit/Hindi-II IV 3 100
Part-II
1 English-III III 3 100
2 English-IV IV 3 100
  Total   12 400
  1. Those who have not studied Tamil upto XII Std and taken a non-Tamil language under Part-I shall take Tamil comprising of two courses (level will be at 6th standard)
  2. Those who have studied Tamil upto XII Std and taken a non-Tamil language under Part-I shall take Advanced Tamil composing of two courses.
  3. Others who do not come under (a & b) can choose non-major elective comprising of two courses.
Part-III (Major, Allied and Elective) for various department as follows

B.Com. (General)

Part-III (Major)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Financial Accounting - I I 4 100
2 Development Economics I 4 100
3 Financial Accounting - II II 4 100
4 Internal Trade II 4 100
5 Corporate Accounting & Auditing - I III 4 100
6 Business Laws III 4 100
7 Banking theory, Law & Practice III 3 100
8 Business Management III 3 100
9 Corporate Accounting & Auditing - II IV 4 100
10 Company Law IV 4 100
11 Introduction to Computerised Accounting & Applications IV 3 100
12 Elements of Insurance IV 3 100
13 Cost Accounting V 4 100
14 Financial Services V 4 100
15 Human Resource Management V 4 100
16 Marketing V 4 100
17 Management Accounting VI 4 100
18 Service Tax & value added tax (VAT) VI 4 100
19 Foreign Exchange IV 4 100
Part-III (Allied)
1 Quantitative Techniques - I I 5 100
2 Quantitative Techniques - II II 5 100
3 Management Information System III 5 100
4 Portfolio Management IV 5 100
Part-III (Elective)
1 Income Tax Law & Practice - I V 5 100
2 Financial Management VI 5 100
3 Income Tax Law & Practice - II VI 5 100
  Total (Major + Allied + Elective)   107 2600

B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship)

Part-III (Major)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Advanced Accountancy - I I 4 100
2 Business Regulatory Framework I 3 100
3 Advanced Accounting - II II 4 100
4 Managerial Communication II 3 100
5 Accounting for Companies - I III 4 100
6 Company Laws & Sec. Practice - I III 4 100
7 Modern Marketing III 3 100
8 Accounting for Companies - II IV 4 100
9 Company Law & Sec. Practice - II IV 4 100
10 Practical Auditing IV 4 100
11 Mod. Banking & Financial Services IV 3 100
12 Principles of Cost Accounting V 4 100
13 Company Law & Practice - III V 4 100
14 Taxation - I V 4 100
15 Principles of Management Accounting VI 4 100
16 Financial Management VI 4 100
17 Taxation - II VI 4 100
18 Human Resource Management VI 4 100
Part-III (Allied)
1 Quantitative & Management Techniques - I I 5 100
2 Quantitative & Management Techniques - II II 5 100
3 Economics for Decision Making III 5 100
4 E- Management and Web Desigining IV 5 100
Part-III (Elective)
1 Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management V 5 100
2 Industrial and Labour Laws V 5 100
3 Secretarial Training VI 5 100
  Total (Major + Allied + Elective)   107 2600

B.Com. (Accounting & Finance)

Part-III (Major)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Principles of Financial Accounting I 4 100
2 Business Management I 4 100
3 Advanced Financial Accounting II 4 100
4 Business Laws II 4 100
5 Corporate Accounting III 4 100
6 Company Law III 4 100
7 Theory of Banking & Finance III 3 100
8 Foreign Exchange & Financing for Foreign trade III 3 100
9 Advanced Corporate Accounting IV 4 100
10 Accounting for Decision making IV 4 100
11 Auditing Principles and Practice IV 3 100
12 Principles of Financial Management IV 3 100
13 Principles of Cost Accounting V 4 100
14 Direct Taxes - I V 4 100
15 Advanced Financial Management V 4 100
16 Advanced Cost Accounting V 4 100
17 Direct Taxes - II VI 4 100
18 International Financial Management VI 4 100
19 Essential Financial Services VI 4 100
Part-III (Allied)
1 Quantitative Techniques - I I 5 100
2 Quantitative Techniques - II II 5 100
3 E- Management & Web Designing (Theory + Practical) III 5 100
4 Development Economics IV 5 100
Part-III (Elective)
1 Investment Management V 5 100
2 Indirect Taxation V 5 100
3 Project Work & Viva-Voce VI 5 100
  Total (Major + Allied + Elective)   107 2600

B.Com. (Bank Management)

Part-III (Major)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Principles of Financial Accounting I 4 100
2 Business Management I 4 100
3 Advanced Financial Accounting II 4 100
4 Theory of Money and Banking II 4 100
5 Company Accounts & Auditing III 4 100
6 Banking Law III 4 100
7 Banking & Financial System III 3 100
8 Business & Corporate Laws III 3 100
9 International Banking IV 4 100
10 Accounting for Decision making IV 4 100
11 Principles of Financial Management IV 3 100
12 Insurance Theory & Accounting IV 3 100
13 Banking Advances V 4 100
14 Taxation - I V 4 100
15 Capital Markets & Financial Services V 4 100
16 Principles and Practice of Costing V 4 100
17 Taxation - II VI 4 100
18 Treasury Management VI 4 100
19 Bank Portfolio Management VI 4 100
Part-III (Allied)
1 Business Statitics I 5 100
2 Operations Research II 5 100
3 E- Management & Web Designing (Theory + Practical) III 5 100
4 Business Economics IV 5 100
Part-III (Elective)
1 Technology in Banking V 5 100
2 Marketing of Banking Services V 5 100
3 In- Banking Training VI 5 100
  Total (Major + Allied + Elective)   107 2600

B.Com. (Information & System Management)

Part-III (Major)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Financial Accounting (Common with B.Com. (C.A.)) I 4 100
2 Management of Computer Hardware I 4 100
3 Principles of Management II 4 100
4 Management Information System II 4 100
5 Marketing System III 3 100
6 Cost Accounting III 3 100
7 Programming Fundamentals & C Programming III 4 100
8 C Programming - Lab III 4 100
9 Banking System IV 3 100
10 Cost & Management Accounting IV 3 100
11 OOPS with C++ IV 4 100
12 C++ Programming - Lab IV 4 100
13 Human Resource Management System V 4 100
14 Web Designing - Theory V 4 100
15 Web Designing - Lab V 4 100
16 Production Management VI 4 100
17 Financial Services VI 4 100
18 Organisational Behaviour VI 4 100
19 Relational Database Management System VI 4 100
Part-III (Allied)
1 Business Economics (Common with B.Com. (C.A )) I 5 100
2 PC Tools II 5 100
3 Business Statistics & Operations Research - I III 5 100
4 Business Statistics & Operations Research - II IV 5 100
Part-III (Elective)
1 Business Research Methods V 5 100
2 Entrepreneurial Development V 5 100
3 Project Work VI 5 100
  Total (Major + Allied + Elective)   107 2600

B.Com. (Computer Application)

Part-III (Major)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Financial Accounting (Common with B.Com. (I.S.M)) I 4 100
2 Computer Hardware Fundamentals I 4 100
3 Company Accounts II 4 100
4 Computer Applications in Business II 4 100
5 Indian Economy II 5 100
6 Computerized Financial Accounting III 4 100
7 Programming Language -I "C" III 3 100
8 C Programming - Lab III 3 100
9 Management Accounting IV 4 100
10 Banking LAw & Practice IV 3 100
11 Business Finance IV 3 100
12 Cost accounting - I IV 4 100
13 Programming Language -II "C" V 4 100
14 "C++" - Lab V 4 100
15 Cost accounting - II VI 4 100
16 Income Tax - II VI 4 100
17 Concepts in Web Desigining - Theory VI 4 100
18 Web Desiging Lab VI 4 100
Part-III (Allied)
1 Business Economics (Common with B.Com. (ISM)) I 5 100
2 Business Statistics & Operations Research - I III 5 100
3 Business Statistics & Operations Research - II IV 5 100
Part-III (Elective)
1 Business Communication V 5 100
2 Income Tax - I V 5 100
3 Data BAse Management Systems VI 5 100
  Total (Major + Allied + Elective)   107 2600

B.B.A

Part-III (Major)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Fundamentals of Business & Organization I 4 100
2 Managerial Economics I 4 100
3 Business Management II 4 100
4 Fundamentals of Information Technology II 4 100
5 Accounting for Management - I III 4 100
6 Legal Aspects of Business - I III 4 100
7 Marketing Management III 3 100
8 Production Management III 3 100
9 Accounting for Management - II IV 4 100
10 Legal Aspects of Business - II IV 4 100
11 Purchasing & Materials Management IV 3 100
12 Advertising & Sales Management IV 3 100
13 Business Ethics & Values V 4 100
14 Human Resource Management V 4 100
15 Industrial and Labour Laws V 4 100
16 Business Taxation V 4 100
17 Business Finance VI 4 100
18 Business Communication & Executive Skills VI 4 100
19 Organization Psychology VI 4 100
Part-III (Allied)
1 Quantitative & Management Techniques - I I 5 100
2 Quantitative & Management Techniques - II II 5 100
3 Business Environment III 5 100
4 Internal Economics IV 5 100
Part-III (Elective)
1 Marketing Research V 5 100
2 Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management VI 5 100
3 Project Work VI 5 100
  Total (Major + Allied + Elective)   107 2600

B.C.A

Part-III (Major)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Digital Logic Fundamentals I 4 100
2 Operating System I 4 100
3 Programming in C II 4 100
4 C Lab II 4 100
5 Statitics and Numerical Analysis III 3 100
6 C++ and Data Structure III 4 100
7 Software Engineering IV 3 100
8 Data Structures using C++ Lab III 4 100
9 Cobol Programming IV 4 100
10 Programming in Visual Basic IV 4 100
11 Cobol Lab IV 4 100
12 VB Lab IV 3 100
13 ASP.Net and its applications V 4 100
14 Programming in Java V 4 100
15 Java and ASP.Net Lab V 3 100
16 Resource Management Techniques V 4 100
17 Programming in C# VI 4 100
18 C# Lab VI 4 100
19 Mini Project VI 4 100
Part-III (Allied)
1 Applied Mathematics - I I 5 100
2 Applied Mathematics - II II 5 100
3 Principles of Accounting III 5 100
4 Cost and Management Accounting IV 5 100
Part-III (Elective)
1 RDBMS with Oracle V 5 100
2 Object oriented analysis and design VI 5 100
3 Computer Networks VI 5 100
  Total (Major + Allied + Elective)   107 2600

B.Sc. (Computer Science)

Part-III (Major)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Digital Logic Fundamentals I 4 100
2 Operating System I 4 100
3 Programming in C II 4 100
4 C Lab II 4 100
5 C++ and Data Structure III 4 100
6 Data Structures using C++ Lab III 4 100
7 Microprocessor & its Applications IV 5 100
8 Software Engineering IV 4 100
9 Programming in Visual Basic V 4 100
10 Programming in Java V 4 100
11 VB and Java Lab V 3 100
12 ASP.Net and its applications VI 3 100
13 Programming in C# VI 4 100
14 ASP.Net Lab and C# Lab VI 4 100
15 Mini Project VI 4 100
Part-III (Allied)
1 Applied Mathematics - I I 5 100
2 Applied Mathematics - II II 5 100
3 Allied Statitics - I III 5 100
4 Allied Statitics - II IV 5 100
Part-III (Elective)
1 RDBMS with Oracle V 5 100
2 Object oriented analysis and design VI 5 100
3 Computer Networks VI 5 100
  Total (Major + Allied + Elective)   95 2200

 

M.S.W (Master of Social Work)

Sl.No Subject Title Semester Credits Marks
1 Social Work Profession I 4 100
2 Work with Individuals (Social case work) I 4 100
3 Work with Group (Social Group Work) I 4 100
4 Social and Psychological foundations for social work I 4 100
5 Soft Skills - I I 2 100
6 Community Organization II 4 100
7 Social Work Research and Statitics II 4 100
8 Disaster Management (or) Working with people living with HIV/AIDS II 4 100
9 Women Development (or) Management of Organization II 4 100
10 Soft Skills - II II 2 100
11 Field Work Practicum - I I 6 100
12 Field Work Practicum - II II 6 100
 

 

Non-Major Elective in Under Graduate:
Part-IV (NME)

Sl.No Department Semester - I

Semester- II

1 B.Com. (General) Human Resource Management Marketing Management
2 B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship) Basics of Insurance Consumer Protection & Cyber Law
3 B.Com. (Accouting Finance) Financial Statement Analysis Fundamentals of Investments
4 B.Com. (Bank Management) Theory of Money & Banking Technology in Banking
5 BBA Business Ethics Ethics and Social Responsibility
6 B.Sc (Computer Science) Introduction to Computer System Introduction to Web designing
 

Notes:

  1. Each paper carries an internal component.
  2. There is a pass minimum for external component.
  3. The students are evaluated in each paper prescribed for the semester separarely under 2 heads -- Internal Assessment for 25 marks and End Semester for 75 marks both in Theory, Practical and Project.
  4. The question paper in the end semester exam will be set for a maximum of 100 marks in language papers, core papers (Major and allied) and core electives and for 75 marks in core allied in science subjects & Part - IV subjects. Further these 100 marks will be reduced to 75 marks.
  5. Evaluation of Assignments, Tests, Mid-Semester and Model Examinations and soft skills forms the basis of Internal Assessment. There is no passing minimum for Internal Assessment. A minimum of 40% has to be secured in U.G. courses and 50% in P.G. courses in the Semester Examination and also in the aggregate.
 

Syllabi and Scheme of Examination and the Degree

The syllabi and scheme of examination for evening college students will be one prescribed by the Board of Studies for the respective course and they will be awarded degrees by the University of Madras after they pass the qualifying examination.

 

Compulsory Extension Service
Part-V

 

All the first year undergraduate students have to undergo Compulsory Extension Service, for which 75% attendance is compulsory. All the students must enrol themselves in any one of these:

  1. NSS
  2. NCC
  3. Sports
  4. Rotaract Club
  5. Youth Red Cross Society