Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) (B.B.I.)

The process of liberalization, privatization, technological advancement and globalization has a direct impact on the operating overall financial system made up of Banking, Insurance and all other financial services. What is generally taught today in B. Com. Degree is mostly theoretical. Bachelor of commerce - Banking and Insurance (BBI), therefore, gives a greater in-depth knowledge of different aspects of Banking, insurance and other financial services and thorough understanding of the practical application of theory.

After exhaustive discussions a blueprint of the outline of the course was developed in January 2002, with about 36 modules spread over 3 years of 2 semesters each. The objectives of the degree are:


  • To create for the students an additional avenue of self employment and also to benefit banks,insurance companies and industries by providing them with suitable trained persons in the field of banking and insurance.
  • To prepare students to exploit opportunities,being newly created in the field of banking and insurance due to globalization ,privatization and liberalization.
  • To provide adequate basic understanding about the banking, insurance and other financial services among the students.
  • To give an adequate exposure to the operational environment in the field of banking and insurance and other related financial services.
  • To inculcate training and practical approach amongst the students by using modern technologies in the field of banking and insurance.


BBI students are trained to create and learn the art of presentations especially related to banking and insurance field. Industrial visits include visits to banks and insurance firms to make the students understand the practical aspects.Internships are encouraged to prepare them for future job prospects.


Semester I

  • Environment and Management of Financial Services
  • Principle of Management
  • Effective Communication- I
  • Economics
  • Quantitative Methods – I
  • Information Technology – I

Semester II

  • Principles and Practices of Banking and Insurance
  • Financial Accounting
  • Effective Communication – II
  • Micro Economics
  • Quantitative Methods – II
  • Business Law

Semester III

  • Laws
  • Financial Management
  • Management Accounting
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Information Technology - II
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Taxation

Semester IV

  • Universal Banking
  • Financial Management
  • Innovations in Banking and Insurance
  • Corporate Law
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Markets
  • Cost Accounting

Semester V

  • Marketing in Banking and Insurance
  • Financial Services Management
  • International Banking and Finance
  • Financial Reporting and Analysis
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Auditing

Semester VI

  • Strategic Management
  • Central Banking
  • International Business
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Management
  • Turnaround Management