Course Structure

Semester 1

Communicative English

Language I

Accountancy

Managerial Economics

PC Software

Fundamentals of Business

Mathematics

Cultural Education I

PC Software Lab

Course Structure

Semester 2

Professional Communication

Language II

Advanced Accountancy

Banking

Indian Constitution

Income Tax Law and Practice – Basic Concepts

Business Statistics and Operations Research

Cultural Education II

Course Structure

Semester 3

Corporate Accounting

Insurance and Risk Management

Introduction to GST

Income Tax Law and Practice - Heads of Income

Environmental Science and Sustainability

Mercantile Laws

Life Skills I

Amrita Values Programme I

Course Structure

Semester 4

Fundamentals of Costing

Advanced Concepts of GST

Income Tax Law & Practice - Determination of Income

Company Law and Secretarial Practice

Accounting Packages - Tally

Open Elective A*

Life Skills II

Amrita Values Programme II

Accounting Packages - Tally Lab

Course Structure

Semester 5

Management Accounting

GST – Procedures and Practices

Introduction to Research Projects

Investment Management

Elective

Live-in-Labs# / Open Elective B*

Income Tax Law and Practice - Assessment

Procedures and Authorities

Life Skills III

Course Structure

Semester 6

Principles of Financial Management

Capital Markets and Financial Services

Auditing – Principles and Practices

Customs Law - Practice and Procedure

Project

Electives

Electives

Advertising and Brand Management

Enterprise Resource Planning

Hospital Management

Human Resource Management Concepts

* Two Open Elective courses are to be taken by each student, one each in the 4th and the 5th semesters, from the list of Open Electives offered by the School.

# Students undertaking and registering for a Live-in-Lab project, can be exempted from registering for an Open Elective course in the fifth semester.

Electives

(Common to all UG, Integrated Programme)

Advertising

Basic Statistics

Creative Writing for Beginners

Desktop Support and Services

Development Journalism

Digital Photography

Emotional Intelligence

Essence of Spiritual Literature

Film Theory

Fundamentals of Network Administration

Gender Studies

Glimpses of Indian Economy and Polity

Graphics and Web-designing Tools

Green Marketing

Healthcare and Technology

History of English Literature

Indian Writing in English

Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare

Introduction to Ancient Indian Yogic and Vedic Wisdom

Introduction to Computer Hardware

Introduction to Event Management

Introduction to Media

Introduction to Right to Information Act

Introduction to Translation

Linguistic Abilities

Literary Criticism and Theory

Macro Economics

Managing Failure

Media Management

Micro Economics

Micro Finance, Small Group Management and Cooperatives

New Literatures

Non-Profit Organisation

Personal Effectiveness

Perspectives in Astrophysics and Cosmology

Principles of Marketing

Principles of Public Relations

Science, Society and Culture

Statistical Analysis

Teamwork and Collaboration

The Message of Bhagwad Gita

Understanding Travel and Tourism

Videography

Vistas of English Literature

Web-Designing Techniques

Organic Farming

Basic Legal Awareness on Protection of Women & Rights

AMRITA VALUES PROGRAMME

(Common to all UG, Integrated Programme)

Message from Amma’s Life for the Modern World

Lessons from the Ramayana

Lessons from the Mahabharata

Lessons from the Upanishads

Message of the Bhagavad Gita

Life and Message of Swami Vivekananda

Life and Teachings of Spiritual Masters India

Insights into Indian Arts and Literature

Yoga and Meditation

Kerala Mural Art and Painting

Course on Organic Farming and Sustainability

Benefits of Indian Medicinal Systems

Temple Mural Arts in Kerala

Organic Farming in Practice

Ayurveda for Lifestyle Modification

Life Style and Therapy using Yoga

LANGUAGE

(Common to all UG, Integrated Programme)

Hindi

Kannada

Malayalam

Tamil

Sanskrit

Electives listed above are only indicative. Actual offering will depend on the number of students registering for the courses and availability of faculty. School Administration reserves the right to modif y the subjects / curriculum / detailed syllabus as per the topical needs or changes in trends of the academic stream or industry requirements. * One of the electives can be a Live-in-labs project done over a period of two semesters.