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Ringing in the financial revolution: Bachelor in Financial Markets (BFM)

The Bachelors in Financial Markets (BFM) Course aims to acquaint students with the opportunities and challenges that have come as a result of the tremendous expansion in the field of Global Financial Markets over the last two decades. India is today on the threshold of a financial revolution and we are on our way to becoming a financial powerhouse. Thus we need to arm our students with the requisites to face the challenges that the present scenario offers. This is a comprehensive program which covers all the different aspects of capital markets and thus we endeavour to give the most updated knowledge and expertise in this arena. We give them a good blend of seminars, projects, case studies, mock tests and industrial visits to enable them to get hands-onexperience in the functioning of the Industry.

Activities conducted during the year:

  • A one day Industrial visit to RBI was undertaken on 10th September in which 45 students participated.
  • NCFM Mock test was conducted in class for SYBFM students on Capital markets on 10th November.
  • An Industrial visit was organised for students of FYBFM and SYBFM to industries in Goa from 29th August to 4th September.
  • A Seminar on ‘Investor Protection Fund/ Investor Education Program (IEP)’ by Ms. Krutika Jain from the Bombay Stock Exchange was organized for the students of BFM on 11th February.
  • Industrial visit was conducted through Seed programme to Silvasa on 18th January.
  • Project viva-voce was conducted for the students of TYBFM as part of the Semester exam by CA Kapil Thakore, an industrial expert since last 15 years.

Activities conducted during Lectures:

  • Demonstrated video on working of stock market during lectures (Equity Markets) for SYBFM students.
  • Videos were shown regarding Personality development for SYBFM students in language lab.
  • Current Affairs topics are discussed in Economics Lectures by Economics Professor.
  • Presentations were conducted in Business Communication subject apart from their internal exams of 20 marks.
  • Presentations of FYBFM students were conducted in Computer application on ‘Outlook express’ in computer lab apart from internal exams of 20 marks.
  • HTML coding apart from syllabus was explained to the FYBFM students in computer lab during the lecture time.

Students of FYBFM and SYBFM were motivated to participate in following activities:

  • NSS activity (One of the student from FYBFM (Shilpa Shetty Roll No. 47 went for the NSS Camp for one week to Palghar.)
  • Students were informed about the Seminar conducted on Certified Financial Planner (CFP) at Saraf College, 10 Students from FYBFM participated in Seminar and out of 10 students 4 students have enrolled for CFP.
  • Students participated in Cultural Activities and Inter-College Fest. (FYBFM) student Charita Mallya Roll No. 28 had participated as a singer in the fest).
  • One of the TYBFM Student Mr. Vishal Singh actively participated in the NCC camp (Army Attachment Camp) from 4th to 18th January.
  • Food festival for first year students was conducted on 10th August in which FYBFM won the first consolation prize.

Co-curricular Activities:

  • Group of 5 Students of FYBFM were taken to Swagat Ashram in Charkop, Kandivali.
  • Group of students were taken to Broking firm – Angel Broking to get the practical aspects of industry on 20th January.

Teacher’s Achievements:

Professor Hardik Gandhi

  • A book was published for FYBFM (BFM Course) by Sheth Publications which was written by CA Hardik Gandhi.
  • Cleared SET Examination which was held on 5th September.

Professor Sharvari Talashilkar

  • Visited Jaipur with BSc(IT) for Industrial Visit from 5th to 9th January.
  • Visited Silvasa with FYBFM & SYBFM students through Seed programme on18th January
  • Visited Lonavala for Picnic with TYBBI on 8th September.
  • Conducted Revision Lectures for the students who could not attend lectures due to medical issues & were part of cultural activities.


Our TYBFM Student Parthsarthi Saraf got placed in Motilal Oswal Securities Ltd.

Strong points of the BFM Department

  • Teachers are ever ready to reach out to their students.
  • BFM Department has always tried to make the students aware about the current market situations.
  • More than 60% of the students have started working on the analysis of the Financial Markets.
  • There are 76 students who have opened their account with a broker and have started earning money from the share market.
  • There are 16 students who are preparing for the exam of SEBI and their future plans is to become a broker.

Future plans:

  • A tie-up with SEBI and can start with capital market course during the evening time. This will help in creating goodwill of the college as well as will help in earning revenue.
  • Internship with a broker firm which will help students to get the practical knowledge of the financial markets.

Armed with a team of motivated teaching faculty we can reach out to the student community to realize their goals and actualize their ambitions.


CA Hardik Gandhi


Prof. Subhashini Naikar

Chief Coordiantor - Professional Courses



A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) degree course shall have passed XII std. examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate (40% in case of reserved category) at one and the same sitting. 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.

FIRST YEAR : Semester 1 FIRST YEAR : Semester 2
Principles of Investments Environmental of Financial System
Micro Economics Micro Economics
Basic Statistics Statistical Applications
Basic Computer Skills Communication Skills
Financial Accounting Management Accounting
Business Environment Principles of Business Management

SECOND YEAR : Semester 3 SECOND YEAR : Semester 4
Debt Markets Commodities Markets
Corporate Finance Corporate Finance – II
Equity Markets – I Equity Markets – II
Banking in Financial Systems Financial Services
Computer Applications in Investments Taxation for Investments
Business Ethics Security Analysis
Organizational Behaviours Business Law

THIRD YEAR : Semester 5 THIRD YEAR : Semester 6
Global Capital Markets Risk Managements
Regulation of Security Markets Corporate Governance
Insurance-(Fund) Management Computer Applications in Financial Services
Derivative Markets Marketing of Financial Services
Foreign Exchange Markets Mutual Fund Management
Portfolio Managements Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services

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