Courses Offered - Affiliated to University of Mysore

Bachelor of Commerce (B Com)
Bachelor of Business Management (BBM)

Eligibility for Admission

The candidates seeking admission must have passed Pre –University/Higher Secondary/10+2 examinations or equivalent /Any Recognized Board/Council in any discipline. The candidate who has successfully completed Three years of Polytechnic Diploma from State Technical Board after 10th Standard is also eligible for Admission. Foreign Students whose eligibility is approved by University of Mysore is eligible for Admission

Syllabus and Duration of the course

The course is conducted as per the syllabus prescribed by University of Mysore. The duration of the course is six semesters.

Award of Degree

Successful Candidates will be awarded B. Com/BBM Degree by University of Mysore , subject University regulations.

Other Courses

Short Term Courses

Dimploma Courses
English Course (3 months)
English Course (6 months)
English Course (9 months)
English Course (1 Year)
Computer and IT Courses

Information Technology

Information technology (IT) is concerned with technology to treat information. The acquisition, processing, storage and dissemination of vocal, pictorial, textual and numerical information by a microelectronics-based combination of "Computing" and "Telecommunications" are its main fields.

Diploma in IT

The diploma is normally taken following a Bachelor's degree and a successful award allows progression to a Masters Degree without having received Honours with the Bachelor's Degree in the field "Information Technology(IT)".

Web Designing & Development

The Web Design & Development is an introduction to the design, creation, and maintenance of web pages and websites.

Multimedia & Animation

Multimedia is a "Combination of more than one media" to present the information and animation deals with the "Creation of effective visual motion" of information.

Certified Programs on Hardware & Networking

With ever dropping prices of hardware devices, the market for networking devices and systems is undergoing a kind of change that can be loosely termed as ‘generalization’.