B.M.S. Admissions Eligibility and Subjects

Eligibility Rules for Three Years of Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.)

First Year Bachelor of Management Studies (F.Y.B.M.S.)

HSC to First Semester

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the B.M.S. Degree Course shall have passed H.S.C. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination or Diploma in any Engineering branches with two years or three years duration after S.S.C. conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra State or its equivalent examination by securing minimum 45% marks for general category (in one attempt) at the respective Examination and minimum 40% marks for the reserved category (in one attempt).

No college shall conduct any entrance test in any form and the admissions are purely based on merit duly following the reservation policy as per the norms of Government of Maharashtra. While drawing the merit list, weightage has to be given to students from Arts, Commerce and Science Stream at 12th standard level. The stream wise weightage to be given is as under :

StreamCommerceArtsScienceDiploma in Engineering and Other

The applications are to be accepted and processed by the colleges stream wise separately and the merit list is to be displayed stream wise taking into account the reservation policy prescribed by the Government of Maharashtra.

a. The merit list is to be prepared and displayed stream wise.

b. In case if no applications are received under the “Diploma in Engineering and other Category” or if the seats remain vacant in “Diploma in Engineering and other Category” after all the merit lists / forms are exhausted, the vacant seats must be transferred to Commerce Stream.

c. In case if no application is received from any stream the vacant seats are to be distributed equally between the remaining two streams only.

d. After the first merit list is displayed, if any seat allotted to one stream remains vacant, the same shall be distributed equally between the remaining two streams. In case of vacancy in one stream is of single / odd number of seats, the single seat is to be allotted to the Commerce Stream. In case if no applications are available from the two streams, then all the vacant seats of such two streams must be transferred to the third stream.

e. Step (d) be repeated for the subsequent merit lists till all the forms are exhausted or the final merit list is displayed, whichever is earlier

First to Second Semester

Any number of ATKT’s in I Semester

Second Year Bachelor of Management Studies (S.Y.B.M.S.)

Second to Third SemesterThird to Fourth Semester
All clear in I & II Semesters OR not more than 2 ATKT's in each of I and II SemestersAny number of ATKT's in III Semester and not more than 2 ATKT's in I & II Semesters provided marksheet of IV Semester will be withheld until I & II Semester ATKT's are cleared

Third Year Bachelor of Management Studies (T.Y.B.M.S.)

Fourth to Fifth SemesterFifth to Sixth Semester
I & II Semester all clear and not more than 2 ATKT's in each Semester of III & IV SemesterAny number of ATKT's in V Semester and not more than 2 ATKT's in III & IV Semesters provided marksheet of VI Semester will be withheld until III & IV Semester ATKT's are cleared

List of subjects for the Three Year B.M.S.


Semester ISemester II
FHSUBMSFSI.1Business EnvironmentUBMSFSI.1
Introduction to Financial AccountingUBMSFSI.2Industrial LawUBMSFSI.2
Principal of ManagementUBMSFSI.3Managerial EconomicsUBMSFSI.3
Business LawUBMSFSI.4Business MathematicsUBMSFSI.4
Business StatisticsUBMSFSI.5Introduction to Cost AccountingUBMSFSI.5
Business CommunicationUBMSFSI.6Computer ApplicationUBMSFSI.6
Introduction of ComputersUBMSFSI.7Environmental ManagementUBMSFSI.7


Semester IIISemester IV
Managerial Economic - IIUBMSFSIII.1Business Planning & Entrepreneurial MgmtUBMSFSIV.1
Principles of MarketingUBMSFSIII.2Business Research MethodsUBMSFSIV.2
Accounting for Managerial Decisions UBMSFSIII.3Direct TaxesUBMSFSIV.3
Organization Behaviour & HRMUBMSFSIII.4Production & Total Quality ManagementUBMSFSIV.4
Basics of Financial ServicesUBMSFSIII.5Advanced Costing & AuditingUBMSFSIV.5
Corporate FinanceUBMSFSIII.6Equity & Debt MarketUBMSFSIV.6
Consumer BehaviourUBMSFSIII.7Integrated Marketing Communication & AdvertisingUBMSFSIV.7
Strategic ManagementUBMSFSIII.8Rural MarketingUBMSFSIV.8
Recruitment & SelectionUBMSFSIII.9Training and Development in HRMUBMSFSIV.9
Motivation and LeadershipUBMSFSIII.10Change ManagementUBMSFSIV.10


Fifth SemesterCodeSixth SemesterCode
Compulsory CoursesCompulsory Courses
Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementUBMSFSV.1Operational ResearchUBMSFSVI.1
Ethics and GovernanceUBMSFSV.2Indian Ethos in Mgmt.UBMSFSVI.2
Project WorkUBMSFSV.3Corporate Communication and Public RelationsUBMSFSVI.3
Any One Elective group to be selected by the learner
Finance Group - ElectivesFinance Group - Electives
Investment Analysis and Portfolio ManagementUBMSFSV.4Risk ManagementUBMSFSVI.4
Commodity and Derivatives MarketUBMSFSV.5International FinanceUBMSFSVI.5
Wealth ManagementUBMSFSV.6Innovative Financial ServicesUBMSFSVI.6
Strategic Financial ManagementUBMSFSV.7Project ManagementUBMSFSVI.7
Marketing Group - ElectivesMarketing Group - Electives
Services MarketingUBMSFSV.8Brand ManagementUBMSFSVI.8
E-Commerce and Digital MarketingUBMSFSV.9Retail ManagementUBMSFSVI.9
Sales and Distribution ManagementUBMSFSV.10International MarketingUBMSFSVI.10
Customer Relationship ManagementUBMSFSV.11Media Planning and ManagementUBMSFSVI.11
Human Resource Group - ElectivesHuman Resource Group - Electives
Finance for HR Professionals and Compensation ManagementUBMSFSV.12HRM in Global PerspectiveUBMSFSVI.12
Strategic Human Resource Management and HR PoliciesUBMSFSV.13Organizational DevelopmentUBMSFSVI.13
Performance Management and Career PlanningUBMSFSV.14HRM in Service Sector ManagementUBMSFSVI.14
Industrial RelationsUBMSFSV.15Human Resource Planning and Information SystemUBMSFSVI.15