PSOs

B.Com

Program Specific outcome (PSO)

The Institution offers subject of specialization especially at SYBCom and TYBCom. The specialization in the subject Marketing Management, Business Administration, Cost and Works Accounting are made available for more elective choices.

PSO-To impart knowledge with respect to basics and fundamentals of marketing.

PSO2-To brief marketing strategies, market research, market segmentation, marketing mix, relationship marketing and meta marketing .

PSO3-To understand and analyze latest marketing scenario and its impact on the functioning of business.

PSO4-To focus on the basic terminologies of administration, management and organization.

PSO5-To understand the financial aspects of business and to develop innovative methods, tools and techniques to overcome financial crises and crunches.

PSO6-To suggest and recommend new recruitment and selection methods.

PSO7-To ignite creative burners to have effective human resource management and ultimately human resource development for sustainability.

PSO8-To create professional managers, executives and officers to meet the dynamics of changing industries.

BBA(CA)

Program Specific outcome (PSO)

PSO1 – To learn and understand programming languages like C,C++,VB.Net, Java, PHP.

PSO2-To learn and create database using Access and SQL Server.

PSO3-To implement concept of Object Oriented Software Engineering through UML.

PSO4-To understand basics of statistics and business mathematics.

PSO5-To have continuous communication and team work in implementing software project.

PSO6-To get domain knowledge related to areas like accounting, organisational behavior, and human resource management.

B.Sc.(Computer Science)

Program Specific outcome (PSO)

PSO1-To learn and understand fundamentals of computer science like electronics, mathematics and statistics.

PSO2-To learn programming and database concepts through C, Postgres SQL, C++, PHP, Java, etc.

PSO3-To be aware of environment and sustainability.

PSO4-To implement concept of Object Oriented Software Engineering through UML.

PSO5-To develop mini electronics project in the area of embedded system.

BBM(IB)

Program Specific outcome (PSO)

PSO1-To make familiar with business accounting, micro economic analysis and IT in business operation.

PSO2-To have specialization in international economics, international marketing, management accounting, e-commerce, foreign exchange operation, foreign language, import export management.

PSO3-To focus on global market and to explore opportunities for employment and self employment.

PSO4-To make systematic analysis of international logistic, supply chain management, transport, distribution, storage as these auxiliary services are gaining more and more importance and scope in international market.

PSO5-To understand and analyze provisions of international business laws to compete successfully across the globe.

PSO6-To undertake tours and visits to various organisations and ports with a view to observe the functioning and operations of loading, unloading, material handling and storage system.

PSO7-To understand and analyze business reporting system and its impact on sustainability of business.

BBA

Program Specific outcome (PSO)

PSO1-To learn the principles of management, marketing, HR and finance.

PSO2-To study and understand business accounting, business economics, business mathematics and business information.

PSO3-To inculcate and imbibe management practices like teamwork, coordination, presentation and communication.

PSO4-To understand the impact of business solution in societal and environmental context and need for sustainable development in various environmental aspects, issues, problems and procedures.

PSO5-To enable the student to work individually and independently and also to work as part of team in diverse and in multidisciplinary settings.

PSO6-Investigation of complex problem, thinking in a logical and step by step manner, clinically assesses the alternatives and arrives at logical conclusion.

PSO7-To update the provisions of taxation law, labour law, industrial relation and align them with the curriculum to study their impact on taxation and labour laws.

Course PGDFT

Program Specific outcome (PSO)

PSO1-Development of conceptual, behavioral communication, decision making, administration, computer, soft and social skills amongst the students.

PSO2-To learn how to discern relationship, think in a creative and pragmatic manner, to abstract various terminologies in design trade and to correlate dispersed activities in a synchronized manner.

PSO3-To come up with quantitative methods, entry barriers, global oligopoly, market concentration trade policies and practices, foreign exchange management, international trade management.

PSO4-To inculcate problem solving ability and analytical mind to arrive at right conclusion and judgments.

PSO5-To prepare for export registration of new firms with government authorities.

PSO6-To observe and follow GSP and GSTP rules as per foreign trade policy.

PSO7-To explore export promotions measures.

PSO8-To understand role and responsibilities of export houses.

PSO9-To study and analyze exchange control, exchange rate policies, convertibility of Rupee and its impact on foreign trade.

Course PGDBF

Program Specific outcome (PSO)

PSO1-To understand and access the functioning and operations of banks, financial institutions and financial markets.

PSO2-To observe, understand and study banking law and practices in India.

PSO3-To concentrate on functioning, composition role and responsibilities of money and capital market.

PSO4-To become familiar with loan administration tools and strategies applied for effective loan administration.

PSO5-Understanding of computerized accounting system to avoid manipulation, fraud, errors and unfair means.

PSO6-To undertake financial analysis and to come acquaint with trade analysis, ratio analysis, comparative financial statement, common size statements.

PSO7-To focus on various provisions of Fema Act 1999 so as to study their impact on foreign direct investment, foreign institutional investors, banking and finance.