Alliance University

Alliance University

Description

ALLIANCE UNIVERSITY
Private University established by State Legislature of Karnataka by Act No. 34 of 2010

Alliance University was established under the aegis of Alliance Business School by an act of the Legislature, Karnataka State, India. Alliance University is notified under the list of Private Universities maintained by the University Grants Commission (UGC).
Alliance University is located on an extensive state-of-the-art campus on the Chandapura-Anekal Main Road, Bangalore. Campus design and construction on an additional 105 acres of land in Anekal is underway. The city campus of the university is located in BTM Layout, Bangalore.
Alliance University aspires to be among the best universities in the world by the year 2025 through a series of strategically crafted moves, precisely calibrated action plans, and an unwavering commitment to the pursuit of excellence.

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History

College of Commerce
The College of Commerce, Alliance University offers degree programs, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels that seeks to build and nurture graduates equipped with strong academic skills and expertise in commerce, finance, taxation, accountancy, and other related disciplines of business studies. The innovatively-crafted programs of the College also instill in graduates a high-level of integrity and professionalism, while preparing them for rewarding and fulfilling careers in banking, insurance, auditing, taxation, and business and management. The classes for the programs are held at the City Campus; however, students can also use the facilities available at the Central Campus.
The College of Commerce offers two post graduate programs during the academic year 2011-12:


Master of Financial Management (MFM)
(Full-time, two-year program)

The fast growing and dynamic world of financial services along with India's potential to become the hub of the global financial services industry necessitates the grooming of skilled professionals on an unprecedented scale. As the financial services sector moves up the value chain and becomes more complex and sophisticated, there is a need to develop a critical mass of specialists with cutting edge knowledge and capabilities to support the long term growth of this service industry sector. To meet the demand for such specialized skills, there is an urgent need on the part of universities and institutions of higher learning to offer specialized post graduate programs in finance. Master of Financial Management is a multi-disciplinary program that covers all areas of study related to the financial services industry. Graduates in the program will study subjects such as accounting, finance, and mathematics and computer technology with a practical orientation to solve problems in finance. The domain knowledge acquired by graduates in the MFM program includes expertise in portfolio management, financial product development, risk analyses, and hedging. The objective of the program is to prepare professionals for highly challenging careers in investment banking, wealth management, insurance, pension funds, financial services, and risk management.

Eligibility:
B.Com/BBM/B.Sc./BE/BBA from any recognized university with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST candidates) in aggregate.

Application Form:
• Candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.com.alliance.edu.in

• The Application Form and Prospectus for the program can be obtained from the Office of Admissions, Alliance University


Selection Criteria:
Admission to the program is strictly based on merit. Candidates are required to appear for the Admission Selection Process comprised of:
• Alliance Aptitude Test (AAT)

• Personal Interview
The College of Commerce also uses other parameters for admission such as scholastic and extracurricular record and full-time, relevant work experience. The selection of the candidate will be based on the overall performance in the Admission Selection Process.

Advantages of studying here

Master of Commerce (M.Com.)
(Full-time, two-year program)
Master of Commerce is a two-year, four-semester academic program that provides an opportunity for graduates to acquire theoretical as well as practical inputs relating to the various segments of commerce. The program would also make an attempt to discuss various contemporary issues both from the national as well as the international perspective. The program covers the basic as well as advanced subjects in the area of commerce such as accounting theory, financial management, financial services, taxation policy, and e-commerce. The curriculum also covers subjects such as statistics for business decisions, human resource management, and organizational behavior. A Master’s graduate in commerce has the advantage of entering a career either in academics, research, or other areas of commerce and finance such as taxation, consultancy, and financial services.


Eligibility:
B.Com/BBM/BBA from any recognized university with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST candidates) in aggregate.


Application Form:
• Candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.com.alliance.edu.in

• The Application Form and Prospectus for the program can be obtained from the Office of Admissions, Alliance University

Selection Criteria:
Admission to the program is strictly based on merit. Candidates are required to appear for the Admission Selection Process comprised of:
• Alliance Aptitude Test (AAT)

• Personal Interview
The College of Commerce, Alliance University also uses other parameters for admission such as scholastic and extracurricular record and full-time, relevant work experience. The selection of the candidate will be based on the overall performance in the Admission Selection Process.

Areas of specialisation

Course Structure – MFM

Semester I

• Financial Management
• Financial Markets & Services – Management Aspects
• Advanced Management Accounting
• Financial Markets – Policies & Regulations
• Business Policy and Environment
• Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions

Semester II

• Research Methods for Business
• Organizational Behavior
• Financial Statement Analysis
• Investment Management
• Computer Applications in Financial Management
• International Financial Management
• Management of Banking and Other Financial Institutions

Semester III

• Corporate Law & Practices
• Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
• Corporate Restructuring & Business Valuations
• Project Appraisal and Finance
• Derivatives & Risk Management
• Risk Management in Banks
• Financial Modeling

Semester IV

• Dynamics of Capital Markets – Behavior & Working
• Strategic Financial Management
• New Venture Financing and Entrepreneurship Development
• Insurance and Risk Management
• Treasury and Risk Management
• Dissertation



Certificate courses offered during the program*
Semester I Soft Skills Training
Semester II Tally
Semester III Capital Market Operations
Semester IV IFRS