Perfect Guide to admission in SACCM, Ludhiana


Selecting the best institute to graduate from is one of the most important and stressful decision to make. And it is even more difficult when you have a plenty of options to choose from. The very scenario is being observed by the students of Ludhiana who have completed their 12th standard in commerce stream and, therefore, in order to ease out their confusion, here we bring to them a very informative article regarding the admission process and courses offered by one of the best colleges of commerce in Ludhiana.

Sri Aurobindo College Of Commerce And Management, accredited with grade ‘A’ by NAAC was set up in the year 2004. Despite being a young institution, the College has consistently produced excellent results in University examinations. Over the last ten years, 16 students of the College have won the Panjab University Gold Medals in academics and more than 50 students have featured amongst the top 10 position holders in the University examinations. Apart from academics, the College students have regularly won prizes in co-curricular activities such as debates, elocution, fine arts, musical events and in the field of sports at the University level.

Courses offered by SACCM

Course Curriculum of B.Com (Hons.) Programme

Any of the following electives


Elective 1 Accounting and Finance Elective 2 Management Studies
IIIrd Semester Accounting Theory and Reporting Practices IIIrd Semester Advertisement and

Brand Management

IVth Semester Contemporary Issues in Accounting IVth Semester Consumer Behaviour
Vth Semester Strategic Financial Management Vth Semester Compensation Management
VIth Semester Investment Management VIth Semester Training and



Course Curriculum of B.Com Programme

B Com Ist Semester B Com IIIrd Semester B Com Vth Semester
Punjabi or History and Culture of Punjab Issues in Indian Commerce Income Tax Law
English and Business Communication Cost Accounting Management Accounting
Psychology for Managers Company Law Indian Economy
Micro Economics Business Mathematics and Statistics Production and Operation


Principles of Financial Accounting Banking and Insurance Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Commercial Laws Indirect Tax Laws Financial Market and Services
Principles and Practices of Management
Environment and Road Safety Education
B Com IInd Semester B Com IVth Semester B Com VIth Semester
Punjabi or History and Culture of Punjab Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Direct Tax Laws
English and Business Communication Advanced Accounting Financial Management
E-Commerce Auditing and Secretarial Practice Issues in Financial Reporting
Macro Economics Cost Management Social and Business Ethics
Corporate Accounting Marketing Management Operational Research
Business Laws Quantitative Techniques and Methods Sectoral Aspects of Indian Economy
Human Resource Management


Course Curriculum of BBA Programme:

BBA Ist Semester BBA IIIrd Semester BBA Vth Semester
Punjabi/History and Culture of Panjab English & Business Communication Skills Insurance and Risk Management
Business Statistics Operation Research International Business
Fundamentals of Information Technology Marketing Management Business Environment
Management Concepts and Practices Economics of Money and Banking Entrepreneurship and Small       Business Management
Financial Accounting Regulatory Framework for Companies Optional Subjects:
Any of the following two areas
Essentials of Business Economics-I Direct Tax Laws Marketing Management

  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Sales and Distribution Management
Environment and Road Safety Education Human Resource Management

  • Social Security and Labour Welfare
  • Industrial Relations and    Labour Legalisation
BBA IInd Semester BBA IVth Semester BBA VIth Semester
Punjabi/History and Culture of Panjab English & Business Communication Skills Business Policy and Strategy
Managerial & Soft Skills Management Project Management Production and Operation    Management
Essentials of Business Economics-II Research Methodology Social and Ethical Issues in Business
Business Laws Human Resource Management Project Report and Viva-Voce
Psychology for Managers Indirect Tax Laws Same option to continue as in fifth Semester:

Marketing Management

  • Advertisement and Brand Management
  • Marketing of Services
Financial Management Database Management System Human Resource Management

  • Human Resource Planning   and Performance     Management
  • Compensation Management


Value added courses

  1. E-Filing of Income tax return in India:

From the Assessment Year 2014-15, electronic filing of income tax return in India has become mandatory under Income Tax Act 1961. As a consequence, SACCM has taken an initiative to acquaint the students about various practical aspects involved in the process of electronic filing of income tax return. After the completion of this course, the student can opt for either a higher degree program or can provide consultancy services for e-filing of Income Tax return to the clients (individuals and business organizations).

Design: The curriculum of this certificate course includes the practical application of the provisions of different Heads of Income, Tax Deducted at Source (TDS), Advance Payment of Tax, Permanent Account Number (PAN), and computation of Total Income and Tax Liability of an individual.

Duration: Seven days.

  1. Accounting package – TALLY.ERP 9:

The curriculum of B Com and BBA courses (as prescribed by University) includes a subject of Financial Accounting, wherein the students are taught the process of manual preparation of financial statements. However, in practice, the statements are prepared electronically with the help of accounting software packages. In order to apprise the students about the working of these accounting softwares, a Financial Management Package- TALLY has been introduced as a vocational course for the students.

Design: The contents of this accounting package certificate course comprises electronic preparation of Profit & Loss A/C, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement, Fund Flow Statement, Ratio Analysis and calculation of taxes like VAT, Service Tax, Excise, MODVAT, Custom Duty, TDS, Advance Tax, etc.

Duration: One month.

  1. Office automation:

Knowledge of Computer & Information Technology is the need of the hour for any profession. Therefore, to hone the computer skills of the students, SACCM has initiated “Certificate Course in Office Automation”.

Design: The course of office automation covers the Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Stages of Microsoft Word 2010, Microsoft Excel 2010 and Microsoft PowerPoint. The curriculum of this course has been designed as per the requirement of professional courses that the students may adopt in future.

Duration: One month.


List of important dates– Admissions 2018-19


Sr. No. Particulars Dates
1 Submission of Online Admission Form for B.Com/BBA First Semester Up to 02.07.2018 (Monday)
(Uptil Midnight)
2 Acceptance of Application Form in the College Office Up to 03.07.2018 (Tuesday)
(9:30 A.M. To 2:00 P.M.)
3 Counselling for Admission to B.Com Ist Semester 09.07.2018 to 10.07.2018)
(Monday and Tuesday)
(From 9:30 A.M. Onwards)
4 Counselling for Admission to BBA Ist Semester 11.07.2018 (Wednesday)
(9:30 A.M. Onwards)
5 Counselling for Admission to B.Com IIIrd Semester and BBA IIIrd Semester 12.07.2018 (Thursday)
(9:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.)
6 Counselling for Admission to B.Com Vth Semester and BBA Vth Semester 13.07.2018 (Friday)
(9:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.)
7 Induction Programme for B.Com/ BBA Ist Semester
(details to be intimated through College Website and message)
16.07.2018 (Monday)
8 Date of Commencement of Teaching 17.07.2018 (Tuesday)
(9:00 A.M. Sharp)


All the very best to the students seeking admission in college. We hope that this article added to your knowledge and helped to eliminate a lot of confusion.

About the Author:

Abheeti (SACCM, Ludhiana)

I am 20 and a student of B.Com 2nd year at Sri Aurobindo College of Commerce and Management. I strongly feel that words are powerful and they can either create or destroy. It is upon us as to how we use that power. And according to me, today’s youth can bring about a drastic change just by using the correct words. I am trying to be able to contribute my bit towards the society and bringing a positive change to it through my words and I will continue to do so.


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