List of Important Books for DU SOL B.Com Students

Are you a B.Com student at the School of Open Learning (SOL), University of Delhi (DU)? Whether you’re just starting your academic journey or are already immersed in your studies, having a solid collection of reference books can greatly enhance your understanding and performance in your courses. Here’s a curated list of important books that every DU SOL B.Com student should consider having on their shelf:

Accountancy“Accounting for Companies” by R.S. Aggarwal and Deepak Aggarwal
“Financial Accounting” by T.S. Grewal
Business MathematicsBusiness Mathematics” by Dr. Sancheti & V.K. Kapoor
Business Economics“Microeconomics: Theory and Applications” by Dominick Salvatore
“Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy” by D.N. Dwivedi
Business Organization and Management“Business Organisation and Management” by S.K. Bhattacharya
Corporate Law“Business Laws” by M.C. Kuchhal
Income TaxDirect Taxes Law & Practice” by Vinod K. Singhania
Financial Management:“Financial Management” by Prasanna Chandra
Economic and Commercial Laws“Business Law” by P.C. Tulsian
Business Communication“Business Communication” by Raman Prasad
Statistics:Business Statistics” by G.C. Beri
Cost AccountingCost Accounting” by M.N. Arora
AuditingAuditing and Assurance” by Surbhi Bansal
Management AccountingManagement Accounting: Text, Problems and Cases” by M.Y. Khan & P.K. Jain
Indian EconomyIndian Economy” by Ramesh Singh
Quantitative Techniques for Business DecisionsQuantitative Techniques for Business Decisions” by R.K. Jain and S.P. Sharma

Remember, textbooks are crucial but don’t limit yourself to them. Supplement your reading with current affairs, research papers, and additional resources recommended by your professors. Stay curious, engage actively in your studies, and make the most out of your academic journey at DU SOL. Happy reading and learning!

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