TYBCOM Syllabus
TYBCOM Syllabus

The Three-year Bachelor of Commerce degree programme teaches students the fundamentals of accounting, commerce, management, and other related subjects.

First-year Bachelor of Commerce have a total of 7 subjects, Second Year Bachelor of Commerce, have a total of 7 subjects and Third Year Bachelor of Commerce have a total of 6 subjects.

To get the list of TYBCOM subjects and syllabus, read the entire article.

TYBCOM Syllabus
(Semester 5)

Following are the list of TYBCOM Subjects (Semester V) :

1) Financial Accounting
2) Cost Accounting
3) Commerce V
4) Direct Tax
5) Marketing Research – I
6) Export Marketing
7) Business Economics – V
8) Financial Management
9) Computer Systems And Applications
10) Management & Organization Development

TYBCOM Semester 5
Syllabus

TYBCOM SEM 5 Financial Accounting Syllabus

Relevant Provisions of Companies Act related to Preparation of Final Account (excluding Cash Flow Statement)
Preparation of Financial Statements as per Companies Act (excluding Cash Flow Statement)
AS 1 in relation to Final Accounts of Companies (Disclosure of Accounting Policies)
Adjustment for –
1. Closing Stock
2. Depreciation
3. Outstanding Expenses and Income
4. Prepaid Expenses and Pre-received Income
5. Proposed Dividend and Unclaimed Dividend
6. Provision for Tax and Advance Tax
7. Bill of Exchange (Endorsement, Honour, Dishonour)

8. Capital Expenditure included in Revenue Expenditure and vice versa e.g. – Purchase of Furniture included in Purchases
9. Unrecorded Sales and Purchases
10. Good Sold on Sale or Return Basis
11. Managerial Remuneration on Net Profit Before Tax
12. Transfer to Reserves
13. Bad Debt and Provision for Bad Debts
14. Calls in Arrears
15. Loss by Fire (Partly and fully insured goods)
16. Goods Distributed as Free Samples
17. Any other adjustments as per the prevailing accounting standard

Need For Reconstruction and Company Law Provisions
Distinction Between Internal and External Reconstructions
Methods including alteration of Share Capital, Variation of Shareholder Rights, Sub-division, Consolidation, Surrender and Re-issue / Cancellation, Reduction of Share Capital with relevant Legal Provisions, and Accounting treatment for same.

Company Law / Legal Provisions (including Related Restrictions, Power, Transfer to Capital Redemption Reserve Account, and Prohibitions)
Compliance with Conditions including Sources, Maximum Limits, and Debt Equity Ratio. Cancellation of Shares Bought Back (excluding Buy Back of Minority Shareholding)

For Shares (Variable Income Bearing Securities)
For Debentures / Preference Shares (Fixed Income Bearing Securities)
Accounting for Transactions of Purchase and Sale of Investments with Ex and Cum Interest Prices and Finding Cost of Investment Sold and Carrying Cost as per Weighted Average Method (Excluding Brokerage)
Columnar Format for Investment Account

Introduction, Meaning of Ethical Behaviour
Financial Reports – What is the Link Between Law, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Ethics?
What does the Accounting Profession mean by Ethical Behaviour?
Implications of Ethical Values for the Principles versus Rule-based Approaches to Accounting Standards
The Principal based Approach and Ethics

The Accounting Standard Setting Process and Ethics
The IFAC Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants
Ethics in the Accounting Work Environment – A Research Report
Implications of Unethical Behaviour for Financial Reports
Company Codes of Ethics
The Increasing Role of Whistle-Blowing
Why should Student Learn Ethics?

TYBCOM SEM 5 Cost Accounting Syllabus

a) Objectives and Scope of Cost Accounting
b) Cost Centres and Cost Units
c) Cost Classification for Stock Valuation, Profit Measurement, Decision Making and Control
d) Coding Systems
e) Elements of Cost
f) Cost Behaviour Pattern, Separating the Components of semi-variable Costs

a) Procurement Procedures – Store Procedures and Documentation in respect of Receipts and Issue of Stock, Stock Verification
b) Inventory Control – Techniques of Fixing of Minimum, Maximum and Reorder Levels, Economic Order Quantity, ABC Classification; Stocktaking and Perpetual Inventory
c) Inventory Accounting

a) Attendance and Payroll Procedures, Overview of Statutory Requirements, Overtime, Idle Time and Incentives
b) Labour Turnover
c) Utilisation of Labour, Direct and Indirect Labour, Charging of Labour Cost, Identifying Labour Hours with Work Orders or Batches or Capital Jobs
d) Efficiency Rating Procedures
e) Remuneration Systems and Incentive Schemes

a) Functional Analysis – Factory, Administration, Selling and Distribution
b) Behavioural Analysis – Fixed, Variable, Semi Variable Cost

a) Classification of Costs, Cost of Sales, Cost Centre, Cost Unit, Profit Centre and Investment Centre
b) Cost Sheet, Total Costs and Unit Costs, Different Costs for different purposes

Practical problems based on Reconciliation of Cost and Financial Accounts

TYBCOM SEM 5 Commerce V Syllabus

a) Marketing, Concept, Features, Importance, Functions, Evolution, Strategic v/s. Traditional Marketing
b) Marketing Research – Concept, Features, Process Marketing Information System – Concept, Components
Data Mining – Concept, Importance
c) Consumer Behaviour – Concept, Factors Influencing Consumer Behaviour
Market Segmentation – Concept, Benefits, Bases of Market Segmentation
Customer Relationship Management – Concept, Techniques
Market Targeting – Concept, Five Patterns of Target Market Selection

a) Marketing Mix – Concept
Product – Product Decision Areas
Product Life Cycle – Concept, Managing Stages of PLC
Branding – Concept, Components
Brand Equity – Concept, Factors Influencing Brand Equity
b) Packaging – Concept, Essentials of a Good Package
Product Positioning – Concept, Strategies of Product Positioning
Service Positioning – Importance and Challenges
c) Pricing – Concept, Objectives, Factors Influencing Pricing, Pricing Strategies

a) Physical Distribution – Concept, Factors Influencing Physical Distribution, Marketing Channels (Traditional and Contemporary Channels)
Supply Chain Management – Concept, Components of SCM
b) Promotion – Concept, Importance, Elements of Promotion Mix
Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) – Concept, Scope, Importance
c) Sales Management – Concept, Components, Emerging Trends in Selling
Personal Selling – Concept, Process of Personal Selling, Skill sets required for Effective Selling

a) Marketing Ethics – Concept, Unethical Practices in Marketing, General Role of Consumer Organisations
Competitive Strategies for Market Leader, Market Challenger, Market Follower and Market Nicher
b) Rural Marketing – Concept, Features of Indian Rural Market, Strategies For Effective Rural Marketing
Digital Marketing – Concept, Trends in Digital Marketing
Green Marketing – Concept, Importance
c) Challenges Faced by Marketing Managers in 21st Century
Careers in Marketing – Skill sets required for Effective Marketing
Factors contributing to Success of Brands in India with Suitable Examples
Reasons for Failure of Brands in India with Suitable Examples

TYBCOM SEM 5 Direct Tax Syllabus

Assessee, Assessment, Assessment Year, Annual Value, Business,
Capital Assets, Income, Person, Previous Year, Transfer

a) Scope of Total Income (S : 5)
b) Residential Status (S : 6) For Individual Assessee

S : 80A, 80C, 80CCC, 80D, 80DD, 80E, 80U, 80TTA

TYBCOM SEM 5 Marketing Research – I Syllabus

a) Marketing Research – Definition, Features, Functions, Significance of Marketing Research in Marketing Decision Making, Limitations of Marketing Research
b) Steps in Marketing Research, Ethics in Marketing Research, Career Options in Marketing Research, Qualities of a Good Marketing Research Professional
c) Marketing Information System – Definition, Components, Essentials of a Good MIS,
Concept of Decision Support System – Components, Importance
Data Mining – Concept, Importance

a) Research Design – Concept, Importance, TypesHypothesis – Concept, Types, Importanceb) Questionnaire – Concept, Types of Questions, Steps in the Preparation of Questionnaire, Essentials of a Good Questionnairec) Sampling – Concept, Terms in Sampling, Techniques of Sampling, Essentials of a Good Sampling

a) Primary Data – Concept, Merits, Demerits, Methods
b) Secondary Data – Concept, Merits, Demerits, Sources
c) Qualitative and Quantitative Research – Concept, Features, Qualitative v/s Quantitative Research
Integrating Technology in Data Collection, Methods (Online Surveys, handheld devices, text messages, social networking), Importance

a) Stages in Data Processing
Editing – Meaning, Objectives, Types
Coding – Meaning, Guidelines
Classification – Meaning, Methods
Tabulation – Meaning, Methods
b) Data Analysis and Interpretation
Data Analysis – Meaning, Steps, Use of Statistical Tools (SPSS, SAS, MS EXCEL, MINITAB)
Data Interpretation – Meaning, Importance, Stages
c) Report Writing – Concept, Types, Contents, Essentials, Use of Visual Aids in Research Report

TYBCOM SEM 5 Export Marketing Syllabus

a) Concept and Features of Export Marketing, Importance of Exports for a Nation and a Firm, Distinction Between Domestic Marketing and Export Marketing
b) Factors influencing Export Marketing, Risks involved in Export Marketing, Problems of India’s Export Sector
c) Major merchandise/commodities Export of India (Since 2015), Services Exports of India (Since 2015), Region-wise India’s Export Trade (Since 2015)

a) Trade Barriers, Types of Tariff Barriers and Non-Tariff Barriers, Distinction Between Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers
b) Major Economic Groupings of the World, Positive and Negative Impact of Regional Economic Groupings, Agreements of World Trade Organisation (WTO)
c) Need For Overseas Market Research, Market Selection Process, Determinants of Foreign Market Selection

a) Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) 2015-20 – Highlights and Implications, Export Trade Facilitations and ease of doing business as per the new FTP
b) Role of Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), Negative List of Exports, Deemed Exports
c) Benefits to Status Holders and Towns of Excellence, Common Benefits For EHTP, BTP and STP, Benefits enjoyed by (IIAS) Integrated Industrial Areas (SEZ), EOU, AEZ

a) Financial Incentives available to Indian Exporters – Marketing Development Assistance (MDA), Market Access Initiative (MAI), Assistance to States for Infrastructure Development for Exports (ASIDE), Industrial Raw Material Assistance Centre (IRMAC)
b) Institutional Assistance to Indian Exporters – Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO), India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), Export Promotion Councils (EPCs) and Commodity Boards (CBs), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP)
c) Schemes – Export Promotion Capital Goods (EPCG) Scheme, Duty Exemption and Remission Schemes, Export Advance Authorisation Scheme, Duty Drawback (DBK), IGST Refund for Exporters

TYBCOM SEM 5 Business Economics – V Syllabus

a) Overview of New Economic Policy 1991: Role of Social Infrastructure with reference to Education, Health and Family Welfare.
b) Sustainable Development Goals and Policy Measures: Make in India, Invest in India, and Skill Development and Training Programmes.
c) Foreign Investment Policy Measures in India: Foreign Investment Promotion Board, FDI-MNCs and their Role.

a) National Agricultural Policy 2000: Objectives, Features, and Implications
b) Agricultural Pricing and Agricultural Finance
c) Agricultural Marketing Development: Agricultural Market Infrastructure – Market Information – Marketing Training – Enabling Environments – Recent Developments

a) Policy Measures, Competition Act, 2002: Disinvestment Policy, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises [MSME Sector] Since 2007
b) Industrial Pollution in India: Meaning, Types, Effects, and Control
c) Service Sector: Recent Trends, Role, and Growth in Healthcare and Tourism Industry

a) Banking Sector: Recent Trends, Issues, and Challenges in Banking and Insurance Industry
b) Money Market: Structure, Limitations, and Reforms
c) Capital Market: Structure, Growth, and Reforms

TYBCOM SEM 5 Financial Management Syllabus

a) Definition, Nature, and Functions of Financial Management
b) Objectives of Financial Management
c) Importance of Financial Management and Limitations
d) Preparation of Financial Statements adhering to Current Statutory Requirements

a) Objectives of Financial Statement Analysis and Interpretation
b) Steps involved in the Analysis of Financial Statements
c) Comparative Statements
d) Common Size Statements
e) Trend Analysis

a) Ratio Analysis – Meaning and Objectives and Classification of Ratios – Traditional Classification, Functional Classification and Classification from the point of view of Users
b) Balance Sheet Ratios – Current Ratio, Liquid Ratio, Proprietary Ratio, Stock-Working Capital Ratio, Capital Gearning Ratio, Debt Equity Ratio
c) Revenue Statement Ratios – Gross Profit Ratio, Operating Ratio, Expense Ratios, Net Profit Ratio, Stock Turnover Ratio
d) Combined Ratios – Return on Capital Employed, Return on Proprietor’s Funds, Return on Equity Share Capital, Debtors’ Turnover Ratio (Debtors’ Velocity), Earning Per Share, Dividend Payout Ratio, Price Earning Ratio
e) Importance and Limitations of Accounting Ratios

a) Classification of Sources of Finance with reference to period, ownership and source of generationb) Internal and External Financing including choice of financial instrumentsc) Cash Flow Statement – Meaning and Classificationd) Uses of Cash Flow Statemente) Preparation of Cash Flow Statement – Direct and Indirect

TYBCOM SEM 5 Computer Systems And Applications Syllabus

a) Data Communication Components, Data representation, Distributed processing. (Concepts only)
b) Network Basics and Infrastructure
(i) Definition, Types (LAN, MAN, WAN) Advantages
(ii) Network Structures – Server Based, Client server, Peer to Peer
(iii) Topologies – Star, Bus, Ring
(iv) Network Media, Wired – Twisted Pair, Co-axial, Fiber Optic and Wireless – Radio and Infrared
(v) Network Hardware: Hubs, Bridges, Switches, Routers
(vi) Network Protocols – TCP/IP, OSI Model

c) Internet
(i) Definition, Types of connections, Sharing internet connection, Hot Spots.
(ii) Services on net – WWW, Email-Blogs.
(iii) IP addresses, Domain names, URLs, Hyperlinks, Web Browsers
(iv) Searching Directories, Search engines, Boolean search (AND, OR, NOT), Advanced search, Meta Search Engines.
(v) Email-POP/SMTP accounts in Email, Different parts of an Email address. Receiving and sending emails with attachments by scanning attachments for viruses.
(vi) Cyber Crime, Hacking, Sniffing, Spoofing

a) Introduction to Databases, Relational and Non-relational database system MySQL as a Non-procedural Language. Views of data.
b) MySQL Basics: Statements (Schema Statements, Data statements, Transaction statements), names (table & column names), data types (Char, Varchar, Text, Mediumtext, Longtext, Smallint, Bigint, Boolean, Decimal, Float, Double, Date, Date Time, Time Stamp, Year, Time), Creating Database, inserting data, Updating data, Deleting data, expressions, Built-in-functions – lower, upper, reverse, length, ltrim, rtrim, trim, left, right, mid, concat, now, time, date, curdate, day, month, year, dayname, monthname, abs, pow, mod, round, sqrt Missing data (NULL and NOT NULL, DEFAULT values), CREATE, USE, ALTER (Add, Remove, Change columns), RENAME, SHOW, DESCRIBE (CREATE TABLE, COLUMNS, STATUS and DATABASES only) and DROP (TABLE, COLUMN, DATABASES statements). PRIMARY KEY, FOREIGN KEY (One and more columns). Simple Validity checking using CONSTRAINTS.

a) MySQL Simple queries: The SELECT statement (From, Where, Group By, Having, Order By, Distinct), Filtering Data by using conditions. Simple and complex conditions using logical, arithmetic, and relational operators (=, !=, <, >, < >, AND, OR, NOT, LIKE,) Aggregate Functions – count, sum, avg, max, min.
b) Multi-table queries: Simple joins (INNER JOIN), SQL considerations for multi table queries (table aliases, qualified column names, all column selections, self joins).
c) Nested Queries (Only upto two levels): Using sub queries, sub query search conditions, sub queries & joins, nested sub queries, correlated sub queries, sub queries in the HAVING clause.
Simple Transaction illustrating START, COMMIT and ROLLBACK.

a) Creating and Navigating worksheets and adding information to worksheets
(i) Types of data, entering different types of data such as texts, numbers, dates, functions.
(ii) Quick ways to add data Auto complete, Auto correct, Auto fill, Auto fit. Undo and Redo.
(iii) Moving data, contiguous and non contiguous selections. Selecting with keyboard, Cut-Copy Paste. Adding and moving columns or rows. Inserting columns and rows.
(iv) Find and replace values. Spell check.
(v) Formatting Cells, Numbers, Date, Times, Font, Colors, Borders, Fills.

b) Multiple Spreadsheets
(i) Adding, removing, hiding and renaming worksheets.
(ii) Add Headers/Footers to a Workbook. Page breaks, previews.
(iii) Creating formulas, inserting functions, cell references, Absolute, Relative (within a worksheet, other worksheets and other workbooks).

c) Functions
(i) Financial functions : FV, PV, PMT, PPMT, IPMT, NPER, RATE
(ii) Mathematical and statistical functions.
ROUND, ROUNDDOWN, ROUNDUP, CEILING FLOOR, INT, MAX, MIN, MOD, SQRT, ABS, SUM, COUNT, AVERAGE

d) Data Analysis
(i) Sorting, Subtotal.
(ii) Pivot Tables – Building Pivot Tables, Pivot Table regions, Rearranging Pivot Table.

TYBCOM SEM 5 Management & Organization Development Syllabus

a) Management – Definition and Characteristics
b) Management – as science, art and profession – Levels of management and managerial skills
c) Development of Management Thought -Scientific Approach, Administrative School, Behavioural School, Systems Approach and Contingency Approach. Evolution of Indian management thoughts and their relevance in the current era
d) Functions of Management in a typical business organisation

a) Planning, forecasting, decision making and problem solving
b) Nature, characteristics, merits and limitations of planning
c) Classification and Components of plans
d) Essentials of a good plan and planning process
e) Management by Objectives (MBO)- Importance and relevance

a) Definition and Principles
b) Departmentalisation
c) Formal organizations – Functional , SBU, Matrix, Committees
d) Informal organizations – Relevance and Importance
e) Authority, responsibility, accountability and span of control
f) Organizational hierarchy- charts
g) Delegation of authority and decentralization
h) Emergence of virtual organization- merits and limitations

a) Importance of human resources in organizations
b) Estimation of human resource requirements
c) Human Asset Accounting
d) Job Analysis
e) Recruitment and selection
f) Training and Development
g) Performance Appraisal

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TYBCOM Syllabus
(Semester 6)

TYBCOM Syllabus
TYBCOM Syllabus Semester 6

Following are the list of TYBCOM Subjects (Semester VI) :

1) Financial Accounting
2) Cost Accounting
3) Indirect Taxes (Goods and Services Tax)
4) Commerce VI (Human Resource Management)
5) Business Economics VI
6) Export Marketing
7) Financial Management
8) Marketing Research – II
9) Management & Organization Development
10) Computer Systems And Applications

TYBCOM Semester 6 (Syllabus)

TYBCOM SEM 6 Financial Accounting Syllabus

a) In the nature of merger and purchase with corresponding accounting treatments of pooling of interests and purchase method respectively.
b) Meaning and Computation of Purchase Consideration.
c) Problems based on Purchase Method only.

a) In relation to purchase and sale of goods, services and assets and loan and credit transactions
b) Computation and Treatment of Exchange Rate Differences

a)Meaning of Liquidation or Winding up
b) Preferential Payments
c) Overriding Preferential Payments
d) Preparation of Statement of Affairs, Deficit / Surplus Account
e) Liquidator’s Final Statement of Account

a) Introduction, Underwriting, Underwriting Commission
b) Provision of Companies Act with respect to Payment of Underwriting Commission
c) Underwriters, Sub-Underwriters, Brokers and Manager to Issues
d) Types of Underwriting, Abatement Clause
e) Marked, Unmarked and Firm-Underwriting Applications,
f) Liability of the Underwriters in respect of Underwriting Contract
g)Practical Problems

a) Statutory Provisions
b) Conversion of Partnership Firm into LLP
c) Final Accounts

TYBCOM SEM 6 Cost Accounting Syllabus

a) Advantages and Disadvantages
b) Cost Control Accounts, Principal Accounts, Subsidiary Accounts to be maintained
c) Note – Simple Practical Problems on Preparation of Cost Control Accounts

a) Progress Payments, Retention Money, Contract Accounts, Accounting for Material, Accounting for Tax deducted at source by the Contractee, b) Accounting for plant used in a contract, treatment of profit on incomplete contracts, Contract profit and Balance sheet entries
c) Excluding Escalation Clause
Note – Simple Practical Problems

a) Process Loss, Abnormal Gains and Losses, Joint products and by products.
b) Excluding Equivalent units, Inter-process profit
Note – Simple Practical Problems Process Costing and joint and by products

a) Marginal Costing Meaning, applications, advantages, limitations, Contribution, Breakeven Analysis, Margin of Safety and Profit Volume Graph
Note : Simple Practical problems based on Marginal Costing excluding decision making

a) Various Types of Standards, Setting of Standards, Basic Concepts of Material and Labour Variance Analysis
Note : Simple Practical Problems based on Material and Labour Variances excluding sub variances

a) Target Costing
b) Life Cycle Costing
c) Benchmarking
d) ABC Costing
Note – No Practical Problems

TYBCOM SEM 6 Indirect Taxes Goods and Services Tax Act Syllabus

a) What is GST
b) Need For GST
c) Dual GST Model
d) Definitions
Section 2(17) Business
Section 2(13) Consideration
Section 2(45) Electronic Commerce Operator
Section 2(52) Goods
Section 2(56) India
Section 2(78) Non Taxable Supply
Section 2(84) Person
Section 2(90) Principal Supply
Section 2(93) Recipient
Section 2(98) Reverse Charge
Section 2(102) Services
Section 2(105) Supplier
Section 2(107) Taxable Person
Section 2(108) Taxable Supply
e) Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN)

a) Scope of Supply
b) Non Taxable Supplies
c) Composite and Mixed Supplies
d) Composition Levy
e) Levy and Collection of Tax
f) Exemption From Tax

a) Time of Supply
b) Place of Supply
c) Value of Supply

a) Eligibility For Taking Input Tax Credit
b) Input Tax Credit in Special Circumstances
c) Computation of Tax Liability and Payment of Tax

a) Persons not liable Registration
b) Compulsory Registration
c) Procedure For Registration
d) Deemed Registration
e) Cancellation of Registration

TYBCOM SEM 6 Business Economics – VI Syllabus

a) Theories of International Trade – Ricardo’s Theory of Comparative Costs and the Heckscher-Ohlin Theory
b) Terms of Trade – Types and Limitations
c) Gains From International Trade – Offer Curves and Reciprocal Demand

a) Commercial Trade Policy – Free Trade and Protection – Pros and Cons.
b) Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers – Meaning, Types and Effects
c) International Economic Integration – Types and Objectives : EU and Brexit, ASEAN

a) Balance of Payment – Meaning, Structure, Types of Disequilibrium
b) Causes and Measures to Correct the Disequilibrium in Balance of Payments
c) WTO – Recent Developments in TRIPS, TRIMS and GATS

a) Foreign Exchange Market – Meaning, Functions, Determination of Equilibrium Rate of Exchange
b) Purchasing Power Parity Theory, Spot and Forward Exchange Rates, Arbitrage
c) Role of Central Bank in Foreign Exchange Rate Management, Managed Flexible Exchange Rate System of India

TYBCOM SEM 6 Commerce – VI Syllabus

a) Human Resource Management – Concept, Functions, Importance, Traditional v/s Strategic Human Resource Management
b) Human Resource Planning – Concept, Steps in Human Resource Planning
Job Analysis – Concept, Components
Job Design – Concept, Techniques
c) Recruitment – Concept, Sources of Recruitment
Selection – Concept, Process, Techniques of E-Selection

a) Human Resource Development – Concept, Functions
Training – Concept, Process of Identifying Training and Development Needs, Methods of Training and Development (Apprenticeship, Understudy, Job Rotation, Vestibule Training, Case Study, Role Playing, Sensitivity Training, In Basket Management Games)
Evaluating Training Effectiveness – Concept, Methods
b) Performance Appraisal – Concept, Benefits, Limitations, Methods
Potential Appraisal – Concept, Importance
c) Carrer Planning – Concept, Importance
Succession Planning – Concept, Need
Mentoring – Concept, Importance
Counselling – Concept, Techniques

a) Human Relations – Concept, Significance
Leadership – Concept, Transactional and Transformational Leadership
Motivation – Concept, Theories of Motivation (Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory, Vroom’s Expectancy Model, McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y, Pink’s Theory of Motivation)
b) Employees Morale – Concept, Factors Affecting Morale, Measurement of Employee Morale
Emotional Quotient and Spiritual Quotient – Concept, Factors Affecting EQ and SQ
c) Employee Grievance – Causes, Procedure for Grievance Redressal
Employee Welfare Measures and Healthy and Safety Measures

a) HR in Changing Environment :
Competencies : Concept, Classification
Learning Organisation – Concept, Creating an Innovative Organisation
Innovation Culture – Concept, Need, Managerial Role
b) Trends in Human Resource Management :
Employee Engagement – Concept, Types
Human Resource Information System (HRIS) – Concept, Importance
Changing Pattern of Employment
c) Challenges in Human Resource Management :
Employee Empowerment, Workforce Diversity, Attrition, Downsizing, Employee Absenteeism, Work Life Balance, Sexual Harassment at Work Place, Domestic and International HR Practices, Millennial (Gen Y) Competency Mapping

TYBCOM SEM 6 Export Marketing Syllabus

a) Planning for Export Marketing with regards to Product, Branding, Packaging
b) Need for Labelling and Marking in Exports, Factors determining Export Price; Objectives of Export Pricing
c) International Commercial (INCO) Terms; Export Pricing Quotations – Free on Board (FOB), Cost, Insurance and Freight (CIF) and Cost and Freight (C&F); Problems on FOB Quotation

a) Factors influencing Distribution Channels; Direct and Indirect Exporting Channels; Distinction between Direct and Indirect Exporting Channels
b) Components of Logistics in Export Marketing; Selection Criteria of Modes of Transport; Need for Insurance in Export Marketing
c) Sales Promotion Techniques used in Export Marketing; Importance of Trade Fairs and Exhibitions; Benefits of Personal Selling; Essentials of Advertising in Export Marketing

a) Methods of Payment in Export Marketing; Procedure to open Letter of Credit, Types and Benefits of Countertrade
b) Features of Pre-Shipment and Post-Shipment Finance; Procedure to obtain Export Finance; Distinction between Pre-Shipment Finance and Post-Shipment Finance
c) Role of Commercial Banks, EXIM Bank, SIDBI in Financing Exporters; Role of ECGC

a) Registration with Different Authorities; Pre-Shipment Procedure involved in Exports; Procedure of Quality Control and Pre-Shipment Inspection
b) Shipping and Custom Stage Formalities; Role of Clearing and Forwarding Agent; Post-Shipment Procedure For Realisation of Export Proceeds; Procedure of Export under Bond and Letter of Undertaking (LUT)
c) Importance of – Commercial Invoice cum Packing List, Bill of Lading / Airway Bill, Shipping Bill / Bill of Export, Consular Invoice, Certificate of Origin

TYBCOM SEM 6 Marketing Research – II Syllabus

a) Product Research – Concept, Areas, Steps in New Product Development, Product Testing and Test Marketing – Concept, Methods
b) Branch Research – Concept, Components of a Brand, Importance of a Brand Research, Packaging Research – Concept, Importance
c) Price Research – Concept, Factors Influencing Pricing, Importance of Price Research, Methods of Price Research

a) Physical Distribution Research – Concept, Types of Distribution Channels, Supply Chain Management – Concept, Components of Supply Chain Management, Importance of Physical Distribution Research
b) Promotion Research – Concept, Elements of Promotion, Importance of Promotion Research
Advertising Research – Concept, Scope, Pre and Post Testing Methods of Advertising Effectiveness
c) Consumer Research – Concept, Objectives, Methods, Motivation Research – Concept, Importance

a) Sales Research – Concept, Significance, Scope/Areas
b) Rural Marketing Research – Concept, Features of Indian Rural Market, Sources of Data, Research Tools, Do’s and Don’ts in Rural Marketing Research
c) Global Marketing Research – Concept, Factors Affecting Global Marketing, Need and Scope of Global Marketing Research

a) Organising Marketing Research Activity – Factors Involved in Organising Marketing Research Activity, Methods of Organising Marketing Research Activity, In-house Marketing Department – Structure, Merits, Demerits
b) Professional Marketing Research Agencies – Structure, Merits, Demerits, Professional Standards
c) Prominent Marketing Research Agencies – HTA, ORG, IMRB, NCAER, Nielson

TYBCOM SEM 6 Computer Systems And Applications Syllabus

a) Definition of E-commerce
b) Features of E-commerce
c) Types of E-commerce (B2C, B2B, C2C, P2P)
d) Business Models in E-commerce (Advertising, Subscription, Transaction Fee, Sales Revenue, Affiliate Revenue)
e) Major B2C models (Portal, Etailer, Content Provider, Transaction Broker, Market Creator, Service Provider, Community Provider).
f) E-Commerce Security : Integrity, Non repudiation, Authenticity, Confidentiality, Privacy Availability.
g) Encryption : Definition, Digital Signatures, SSL.
h) Payment Systems : Digital Cash, Online stored value, digital accumulating balance payment, Digital credit accounts, digital checking.
i) How an Online credit card transaction works. SET protocol.
j) Limitations of E-commerce.
k) M-commerce (Definition and Features)

a) Multiple Spreadsheets
(i) Creating and using templates, Using predefined templates, Adding protection option.
(ii) Creating and Linking Multiple Spreadsheets.
(iii) Using formulas and logical operators.
(iv) Creating and using named ranges.
(v) Creating Formulas that use reference to cells in different worksheets.
b) Functions
(i) Database Functions LOOKUP, VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP
(ii) Conditional Logic functions IF, Nested IF, COUNTIF, SUMIF, AVERAGEIF
(iii) String functions LEFT, RIGHT, MID, LEN, UPPER, LOWER, PROPER, TRIM, FIXED

a) Functions
(i) Date functions TODAY, NOW, DATE, TIME, DAY, MONTH, YEAR, WEEKDAY, DAYS360
(ii) Statistical Functions COUNTA, COUNTBLANK, CORREL, LARGE, SMALL
b) Data Analysis
(i) Filter with customized condition.
(ii) The Graphical representation of data Column, Line, Pie and Bar charts.
(iii) Using Scenarios, creating and managing a scenario.
(iv) Using Goal Seek
(v) Using Solver
(vi) Understanding Macros, Creating, Recording and Running Simple Macros. Editing a Macro (Concept only)

a) Introduction to Visual Basic, Introduction Graphical User Interface (GUI)
Programming Language (Procedural, Object Oriented, Event Driven), Writing VB Projects. The Visual Basic Environment
b) Introduction to VB Controls
Text boxes, Frames, Check boxes, Option button, Designing the User Interface, Default & Cancel property, tab order, Coding for controls using Text, Caption, Value property and Set Focus method
c) Variables, Constants, and Calculations
Variable and Constant, Data Type (String, Integer, Currency, Single, Double, Date), Naming rules/conventions, Constants (Named & Intrinsic), Declaring variables, Val Function, Arithmetic Operations, Formatting Data.
d) Decision and Condition
Condition, Comparing numeric variables and constants, Comparing Strings, Comparing Text Property of text box, Compound Conditions (And, Or, Not). If Statement, if then-else Statement, LCase and Ucase function, Using If statements with Option Buttons & Check Boxes. Msgbox (Message box) statement Input Validation : Is Numeric function.
e) Sub-procedures and Sub-functions, Using common dialog box, Creating a new sub-procedure, Writing a Function procedure. Simple loops using For Next statements and Do while statement and display output using MsgBox Statement.

TYBCOM SEM 6 Management & Organization Development Syllabus

a) Communication as an important tool for effective direction and leadership
b) Barriers to Communication
c) Ethical issues in using social media for communication
d) Role of a leader in business organisations – qualities of a good leader
e) Styles of Leadership
f) Leadership continuum – developing an effective leader – path goal theory
g) Transactional and transformational leaders

a) Co-ordination as ‘essence of management’
b) Co-ordination vs co-operation vs conciliation
c) Motivation – meaning and importance of motivation
d) Financial and non-financial motivators
e) Theories of Motivation – Maslow’s theory – Herzberg’s theory – McGregor’s theory

a) Definition and steps in controlling
b) Strategic and operational controlling techniques
c) Requirements of an effective control system
d) Flow of information in a typical organisation – Need for managing information
e) Designing and developing modern MIS – Introduction to ERP

a) Challenges in organizational growth and development -management perspective
b) Change Management
c) Importance of time management and tools for effective time management
d) Addressing diversity due to human resource mobility
e) Conflict Management

TYBCOM SEM 6 Financial Management Syllabus

a) Capital Budgeting – Meaning and Importance
b) Evaluation Techniques
c) Pay-back Method and ARR
d) NPV and Profitability Index
e) Choice of Evaluation Techniques, Uses and Limitations

a) Working Capital – Meaning and Importance
b) Factors Determining Working Capital Requirements, Working Capital Cycle
c) Classification of Working Capital – Gross and Net Working Capital, Permanent and Variable Working Capital, Positive and Negative Working Capital, Cash and Net Current Assets Concept of Working Capital
d) Management of Working Capital
e) Estimation of Working Capital Requirement

a) Receivables Management – Meaning and Importance, Aspects of Receivable Management, Credit Policy and Credit Evaluation
b) Control of Accounts Receivables – Day’s Sales Outstanding, Ageing Schedule, ABC Analysis
c) Cash Management – Meaning, Motives of Holding Cash, Ways of Speeding up Cash Collections
d) Preparation of Cash Budget
e) Understanding the Role of Marketable Securities in Corporate Financial Management

a) Cost Accounting – Meaning, Classification of Costs and Non-Cost Items
b) Preparation of Cost Sheet
c) Marginal Costing – Meaning, Features, Advantages and Limitations of Marginal Costing
d) Break-even Analysis

From the below download link, you can find other optional subjects and a detailed syllabus of TYBCOM Subjects.

TYBCOM subjects and syllabus pdf

Tips to score good marks in TYBCOM Exam

  1. Don’t wait until the last minute to start studying: begin early. You’ll have more time to learn the topic and solve questions, the earlier you start.
  2. Remain arranged: Plan a study schedule and stick to it. Take time to rest and refresh during breaks.
  3. Regularly review your notes: Regularly reviewing back your notes will help you keep the content in your memory.
  4. Practice, practice, practice: By working through sample problems and completing sample tests, you can identify your areas of weakness and become familiar with the exam’s format.
  5. Ask for assistance if you need it: If you’re having trouble with the subject, don’t be shy to ask for assistance. You can seek advice from your teacher, a classmate, or a tutor.
  6. Get a good night’s sleep: The night before the exam, be sure to get lots of rest. A mind that has got enough sleep is better prepared to memorize and recall information.
  7. Arrive early on exam day: Arrive early on the day of the exam to give yourself time to settle your worries and mentally prepare.
  8. Stay focused during the exam: Avoid being distracted during the exam by remaining focused. Take a deep breath and return your attention to the activity at hand if you realize that your mind is roaming.
  9. Don’t waste too much time on any one question: keep an eye on the time. If you start to struggle, leave it and return to it later.
  10. Review your exam after you’re done: After you’re finished, review your paper for a while. By doing this, you’ll be able to correct any mistakes you may have made and provide any answers you’re not sure about.