BML Munjal University offers specialized course for BBA and B. Com(H) students in association with KPMG


New Delhi: BML Munjal University (BMU), the Hero Group’s not-for-profit university, today announced its specialized management course ‘KCAP – KPMG Course for Accounting Professionals’ for its BBA and B. Com(H) students. KCAP aims to equip the students with basics of accounting, Indian accounting standards, practical aspects of accounting and industry specific practices.

It’s a mandatory 200 hours extra course for students pursuing B. Com(H) while it’s an optional course for students pursuing BBA. The course is well designed with extremely efficient CAs and senior consultants of KPMG coming together to teach BMU students. These experts deliver professional modules that enhances the hiring prospects of students in industry. The course is meant for students with good analytical skills, a flair for analyzing figures and who aspire for intellectually stimulating and challenging professional work.

BML Munjal University is in Gurgaon, Haryana and attracts students from across India. The university has an experience-based learning model which aims at transforming students to become future leaders. Under this model, industry leaders from key companies are part of the faculty, using current real-life case-studies to teach students the nuances of business management. The students also get to work on practical work-problems, expanding their knowledge and experience-base and at the same time making them industry-ready.

According to Dr. Vishal Talwar, Dean, School of Management, BML Munjal University, “KCAP opens up a wide range of interesting and rewarding career opportunities in accountancy and business for BMU students. Companies these days are looking to get more from their finance and accounting support. I feel KCAP is designed to make students industry efficient. It is a big value add to their resumes during the time of placement. At BMU we support students by participating in live projects and through class-room interaction with industry leaders.”

At BML Munjal University students spend up-to 45% of the contact hours to learn outside classrooms through labs, projects, research assignments and Practice school (supervised internships). BMU students have the opportunity of exchange programmes with the Singapore Management University and Imperial College London.. Along with its mentor, Imperial College London, BMU focuses strongly on research and innovation.

In March 2018, BML Munjal University (BMU) launched two new business management courses – MBA in Finance and Investment Banking and BBA in Family Business and Entrepreneurship and specialized B. Tech courses – Computer Science to offer specialization in Cyber Security, Data Analytics, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence; Mechanical Engineering to offer specialization in Automobile Engineering, Robotics and Automation and Electronics and Communication Engineering to offer specialization in Embedded Systems and Advanced Telecommunications.