UPACA Gurukul

CMA + B.com

cost & management accounting with b.com

UPACA offers India’s first integrated B.Com + CMA course. Start your program after completing Class 12.

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Cost & Management

CMA Foundation Course

4 Subjects

CMA Intermediate Course

8 Subjects


8 Subjects

Bachelor of Commerce

B.com, 1st Year

8 Subjects

B.com, 2nd Year

9 Subjects 

B.com, 3rd Year

7 Subjects 

Papers Overview

  1. Fundamentals of Economics and Management
  2. Fundamentals of Accounting
  3. Fundamentals of Laws and Ethics
  4. Fundamentals of Business Mathematics & Statistic
  1. Financial Accounting
  2. Laws & Ethics
  3. Direct Taxation
  4. Cost Accounting
  1. Operations Management & Strategic Management
  2. Cost & Management Accounting and Financial Management
  3. Indirect Taxation
  4. Company Accounts & Audit
  1. Corporate Laws & Compliance (CLC)
  2. Strategic Financial Management (SFM)
  3. Strategic Cost Management – Decision Making (SCMD)
  4. Direct Tax Laws and International Taxation (DIT)
  1. Corporate Financial Reporting (CFR)
  2. Indirect Tax Laws and Practice (ITP)
  3. Cost and Management Audit (CMAD)
  4. Strategic Performance Management and Business Valuation (SPBV)

Paper 1 – Business Economics

Paper 2 – Business Regulatory Framework

Paper 3 – Business Statistics

Paper 4 – Economic Environment in India

Paper 5 – Environmental Studies

Paper 6 – Financial Accounting

Paper 7 – General English

Paper 8 – Principles of Business Management

Paper 1 – Banking Law & Practice in India

Paper 2 – Company Law

Paper 3 – Corporate Accounting

Paper 4 – Cost Accounting

Paper 5 – Elementary Computer Application

Paper 6 – General Hindi

Paper 7 –  Income Tax

Paper 8 -Marketing Management 

Paper 9 – Money & Financial System

Paper 1 – Auditing 

Paper 2 – Business Communication & Soft Skill / Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

Paper 3 – Financial Management

Paper 4 – Goods and Service Tax / Indirect Tax / Computerized Accounting

Paper 5 – Human Resources Management

Paper 6 – International Trade & Finance / Fundamentals of Insurance / Business Mathematics

Paper 7 – Management Accounting


CMA Course as per the ICMAI

The aspiring candidate for a CMA exam should have cleared the Senior Higher Secondary Examination (10+2). Students waiting for (10+2) results can also apply. Students can join a CMA program after (10+2) or graduation. There is no restriction in terms of age or percentage secured in (10+2).
Foundation Course is the most important examination to be cleared by the candidates in order to enter the profession of Cost Accountancy.

The candidate should

  1. Passed Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2) and Foundation Course of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India, or
  2. Graduation in any discipline other than Fine Arts, or
  3. Passed Foundation of ICSI/Intermediate of ICAI by what ever name called along with 10+2, or
  4. List of other qualifying examination are given vides Annexure VI of prospectus.
  5. Incumbents waiting for the result can apply for provisional admission

For enrollment, a candidate can appear for the Groups or Group I or Group II as the case may be subject to fulfilment of following conditions:

  1. The candidate must have passed the Intermediate Examination.
  2. The candidate must have completed the trainings as required by ICMAI.

B.com as per the MLSU

The course for the examination shall extend over a period of 3 years: F.Y.B.Com
A candidate passing Senior Higher Secondary Examination (10+2) of Board of Secondary Education of Rajasthan or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto and securing 45% and more marks in the aggregate shall be eligible for admission to F.Y.B.Com and similar terms and conditions would be applicable for S.Y.B.Com and T.Y.B.Com.