- T. Y. B. Com
- M.COM (PART - I)
- M.COM (PART - II)
- B.Com (Financial Markets) (Sem. V)
- B.Com (Financial Markets) (Sem. VI)
- B.Com (Banking & Insurance) (Sem. V)
- B.Com (Banking & Insurance) (Sem. VI)
- B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. V) (REV)
- B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. V) (OLD)
- B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. VI)
- B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. VI) (REV)
- B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. VI) (OLD)
- M.Com (E-Commerce) (SEM I)
- M.Com (E-Commerce ) (Sem II)
- M.Com (E-Commerce) (SEM III)
- M.Com (E-Commerce ) (Sem IV)
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Mumbai University M.COM (PART-I) Time Table 2012- Commerce Faculty
Mumbai University M.COM (PART-I) Time Table 2012
Examination Time-Table under Commerce Faculty
http://www.mu.ac.in/tt/ttfh/Exam_commerce.html The University of Mumbai (Marathi: मुंबई विद्यापीठ),popularly known as MU, is a state university located in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It was known as the University of Bombay until 1996 when the city of Bombay was renamed as Mumbai. The affiliated colleges of the university are spread throughout the city of Mumbai and four coastal districts in Maharashtra: Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg. The university offers Bachelors', Masters' and Doctoral degrees apart from Diplomas and Certificates in many disciplines.
The university was founded by Dr. John Wilson in 1857 and is modelled on the universities of Britain. Mumbai university primarily imparts education through its affiliated colleges. St. Xavier's College was affiliated to the university in 1868, with Dr John Wilson as its first vice-chancellor. His wife, Margaret Bayne Wilson, founded 16 schools mainly for girls, the most famous among them being St. Columbia High School. Initially, the Elphinstone College building was used for Mumbai University.
Today, the university campuses serve as centres of administration and centres for higher education. In 1996, the name of the university was changed from University of Bombay to University of Mumbai, according to a Government Gazette. It is abbreviated as either UoM, standing for University of Mumbai or MU for Mumbai University. Most of the colleges in the city of Mumbai and the districts of Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg are affiliated to the University of Mumbai. In suburban Mumbai, the university campus is located at Kalina, Santacruz. The campus houses both academic and administrative departments of the university. Another campus located in Fort carries out administrative work only.
University of Mumbai has been given a ranking of five stars by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council. In 2010, it was ranked between 451 and 500 among 500 universities of the world on the QS World University Rankings. In 2009, it was ranked 432 on the same ranking list. Several world-renowned institutes in Mumbai were affiliated to the university. Most of them are now autonomous institutes or deemed universities. These include St. Xavier's College, Narsee Monjee College, K.E.S Shroff College, Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (formerly, Victoria Jubilee Technical Institute), Institute of Chemical Technology (formerly, University Department of Chemical Technology), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, a deemed university of the University of Mumbai, and the Tata Memorial Hospital.