The syllabus for the Master of Commerce (M.Com.)- First Year students of IGNOU


The syllabus for the Master of Commerce (M.Com.)- First Year students of Indira Gandhi National Open University

The syllabus for the Master of Commerce (M.Com.)- First Year students of Indira Gandhi National Open University

The programme comprises the following courses.
Course Code-Title of the- Course Credits


Course Specialization Courses Credits
Code Title of the Course
First year
IBO-1 International Business Environment 6
IBO-2 International Marketing Management 6
IBO-3 India's Foreign Trade 6
IBO-4 Export Import Procedures and
Documentation 6
IBO-05 International Marketing Logistics 6
IBO-06 International Business Finance 6


For more details, visit


http://www.ignou.ac.in/upload/Announcement/pros%202011%20final.pdf

Or

http://www.ignou.ac.in/ignou/studentzone/downloads/3


Reference: http://www.ignou.ac.in/upload/Announcement/pros%202011%20final.pdf


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