Functional English

a. Vocabulary: Antonyms, Synonyms, Homonyms, One word
Substitution.
b. Practical Grammar – Sentence Structure: types of sentences –
based on function e.g. Interrogative sentences, based on structure
e.g. Simple, Compound complex, Transformation, Inversion
sentences, Parts of a Sentence – subject, predicate, complements,
direct indirect Objective, Rules for structuring sentences, Phrases –
types and functions, Clauses – types and functions.
c. Parts of Speech: Major word classes, Nouns – with further
classifications (regular, countable; uncountable; singular; plural),
Pronouns – with further classifications, Verbs – emphasis on three
forms of verbs, Adjectives – with further classification – three degrees
of comparison, Adverbs – with further classifications. Minor word
classes: Preposition, Conjunctions – with further classifications,
Interjections, Auxiliary verbs, Determiners, Infinitive, Participle,
Gerund, Genitives – types and functions.
d. Tenses – Types, Structure, Function, Conversion into negative and
interrogative.
e. Active and Passive voice.
f. Direct and Indirect speech.
g. Articles: Definite, Indefinite.
h. Composition and comprehension Précis Writing, Essay Writing.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED (Latest Editions)

1. J Chilver”, English for Business: A Functional Approach, D P
Publication Limited.
2. “Wren & Martin”, High School English Grammar & Composition: S
Chand & Company Limited.
3. “Michael Swan”, Practical English Usage, Oxford University Press.
4. A J Thomson & A V Martinet, A Practical English Grammar.
5. “Robert E Barry”, Basic Business English 2nd Ed. 1987, Prentice Hall
Inc
6. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
7. Atta-ur-Rehman, Functional English.
8. Sylvia Chalker, A student’s English grammar work book.
9. A R Chohan, Functional English.
10. Bovee, Business Communication

  • Overview Open or Close


    Degree awarded: B.Com-IT

    Programme Recognition: HEC (Higher Education Commission of Pakistan)

    Duration:
    2 Years 

    Total Semester: 4 Semesters

    Duration of a Semester:
    4 Months

    Number of courses per semester: 5 Courses

    Credits Hours:

    20 courses of 3 Cr. Hrs.        =    60  Cr. Hrs.
    Internship                          =    03   Cr. Hrs.
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    TOTAL                              =     63  Cr. Hrs.

    Entry Requirement: Intermediate, A-levels, American High School Diploma, International Baccalaureate
    Award of the Degree: A student must achieve minimum 2.50 CGPA to qualify for the degree

    Credit Hours Allocation

    B.Com-IT

    20 courses of 3 Cr. Hrs each = 60 Cr Hrs
    Internship & Viva Voca         = 03 Cr Hrs

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    Total                                 = 63 Cr Hrs



    Academic department:   HU School of Commerce and Banking

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    Contact telephone: +92-42-111-777-007

  • Course Outline Open or Close


    B.Com-IT Course Outline

    Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4

     

     














     

  • About the Course Open or Close

    Program Introduction

    The Bachelors of Commerce degree builds on a common foundation of business and economics courses. Commerce students may specialize in one of the three programs: finance & economics, management, or accounting. Each program combines career oriented courses in management and applied economics with a wide variety of advanced courses.

    The balance assures graduates of solid understanding of business and modern society along with a command of critical skills in decision making and organizational leadership.

     

  • Career Opportunities Open or Close

    Internships:

    Internships are considered as very important part of the program, therefore 10 weeks internship has been made mandatory of every student enrolled in B.Com (Hons). HU students have the chance to do internships in leading national and international companies, providing them with a combination of theoretical and practical knowledge of their field’s professional world and thus increasing their appeal from a recruitment perspective. Most of the HU students are also able to secure a job in the company during their internships.

    Internship programs are designed for first year to last year students, including formula like mentoring to strengthen their academic training with work experience and real world professional practicing. Internships involve helping out in the development of quality projects and knowing every department in a company, which also gives the student  a managerial focus and know how that will help them project their careers.

    HU students are easily identified by their managerial, entrepreneurial and out of the box approach during their internship programs. During your time at HU our qualified professionals will teach you how to deal with the employment process, write an attractive CV or deal with a job interview. Communication skills including non-verbal communication is also very important and cannot be left behind. In a nutshell, we will put in your hands every tool necessary to improve and groom your natural skills and help you have a kick start in the job market.

  • Fee and Financial Aid Open or Close

    B.Com (IT) 2 Years

    Admission Fee = Rs. 20,000

    Per Month  =   Rs.7000  (For 1st Year)

    Per Month  =   Rs.8000  (For 2nd Year)

    At the time of Admission  = Rs.20,000 + 28,000 = 48,000

    B.Com (Hons.)

    Admission Fee = Rs. 20,000

    Per Month  =   Rs.7000  (For 1st Year)

    Per Month  =   Rs.8000  (For 2nd Year)

    At the time of Admission  = Rs.20,000 + 28,000 = 48,000

  • International Exchange Open or Close
    Hajvery University is the only university of Pakistan to have such a diverse range of international agreements and partnerships. Our students and faculty members have been greatly benefiting from these bilateral agreements, to enhance their international qualification and exposure.   
    The international exchange experience is matchless and unforgettable for our students. It helps them broaden their personal and business horizons and enjoy unique cultural and academic experiences.
    At HU Business School we promote international exchanges with other universities. We currently have agreements with over 20 of the world’s top universities. Our students have been attaining full benefit from these agreements and have been frequently going abroad under these programs.  
     
    Corporations affect every corner of the world. No matter where you go in life, business will be there. At HU Business School you will learn much more than business administration. You will study abroad, select another degree or set the foundation toward a postgraduate degree. When you graduate, you will be prepared to make an impact in any field, not just business.