BAF (Bachelor Of Accounting And Finance)

Bachelor of Accounting and Finance (BAF) is a three-year undergraduate course that offers in-depth knowledge in accounting and financial subjects by different means such as classroom teachings, seminars, projects, practical training, industrial visits, conferences, expert talks, etc.

Key Information

  • Duration
    3 Years
  • Programme Code
  • Course Type
    Bachelor Degree
  • Mode of study
    Full time


A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) degree course shall have passed XII std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category).

Every candidate admitted to the degree course in the constituent/affiliated college/recognized institution, conducting the course, shall have to register himself/herself with the University.
aggregate at first attempt ( 45% in case of reserved category).

  • The candidate must meet the minimum cut-off criteria for taking admission.
  • The minimum cut off marks criteria depends on the college and subject to change every year.

Subjects in BAF

BAF syllabus is broken into six semesters and below is the semester-wise list of subjects taught

For first year

  Sem I Sem II
1 Financial Accounting (Elements of Financial Accounting) - I Financial Accounting (Special Accounting areas) – II
2 Cost Accounting (Introduction and Elements of Cost) – I Auditing (Introduction and Planning) - I
3 Financial Management (Introduction to Financial Management) Innovative Financial Services
4 Business Communication - I Business Communication - II
5 Commerce: Business Environment Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework)
6 Business Economics Business Mathematics
7 Foundation Course -I Foundation Course -II

For second year

  Sem III Sem IV
1 Financial Accounting Financial Accounting
2 Cost Accounting Management Accounting
3 Auditing - II Auditing - III
4 Information Technology in Accounting - I Information Technology in Accounting - II
5 Foundation Course – Contemporary Issues- III Foundation Course – Contemporary Issues- IV
6 Business Law (Company Law) -III Business Law (Industrial Law) - IV
7 Business Economics Research Methodology in Accounting and Finance

For Third year

  Sem V Sem VI
1 Cost Accounting - III Cost Accounting - IV
2 Financial Management - II Financial Management - III
3 Taxation - IV (Indirect Taxes - II) Taxation - V (Indirect Taxes - III)
4 Management -II (Management Applications) Management -III (Management Applications)
5 Financial Accounting - V Financial Accounting - VII
6 Financial Accounting - VI Project Work-II