- BUSINESS ORGANISATION
- BUSINESS STATISTICS
- BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
- INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER APPLICATION
- BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
- FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
- COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING
- ESSIENTIAL OF E-COMMERCE
- BUSINESS ECONOMICS
- COMPANY LAW
- COST ACCOUNTING
- BUSINESS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
- INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
- INCOME TAX LAW AND ACCOUNTS
- FUNDAMENAL OF MARKETING
- DIGITAL MARKETING
- FUNDAMENTAL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
- TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT
- CORPORATE ACCOUNTING
- GOODS AND SERVICE TAX
- BUSINESS FINANCE
- PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF INSURANCE
- MONETARY THEORY AND BANKING IN INDIA
- ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS
- COMPREHENSIVE VIVA
- FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKET
- HMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
- BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
What is B.Com?
B.Com or Bachelor of Commerce is a three-year undergraduate course imparted in regular as well as distance education mode. BCom is the second most popular undergraduate course in the Commerce branch. Under BCom, there are three most popular courses, namely BCom or BCom-General, BCom (Honours). The BCom or BCom-General is also referred to as BCom-Pass by many universities.
In the B.Com. course, candidates are taught core subjects related to commerce and finance. In the three-year duration the candidates are given options to choose from a few elective subjects too. The programmeis usually spread over six semesters during which the student is taught topics like financial accounting, corporate tax, economics, company law auditing, business management, etc.
BCom is the best option for students who want to make a career in commerce, accounting, finance, banking and insurance BCom is also ideal for those who wish to pursue Chartered Accountancy, Cost Accounting and Company Secretaryship After completing B.Com. students can also pursue career in management, teaching, advertising, law, journalism mass communication, law, design, etc. The average starting salary of a BCom graduate is Rs 3 lakh and upwards.
B.COM.HONOURS TOP SPECIALIZATIONS
In today’s job market, only a B.Com. degree is not enough. After completing the degree, students must pursue post-graduation in Commerce, Accounting and Finance. Courses like MCom, MBA, CA, CS etc. are a good options for B Com graduates. BCom graduates can also prepare for competitive exams for appointment in Government sector. But those who wish to start working immediately after completing the BCom course, can find various jobs at junior level accounting, commerce, banking and finance and related fields. They can also seek jobs in public sector undertakings.
1. ACCOUNTS AND FINANCE 2. ECONOMICS 3. INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
4. BANKING AND INSURANCE 5. FINANCIAL MARKET 6. TAXATION
7. HUMAN RESOURCES 8. LAW
Jobs & Top Recruiters
In today’s job market, only a B.Com. degree is not enough. After completing the degree, students must pursue post-graduation in Commerce, Accounting and Finance. Courses like MCom, MBA, CA, CS etc. are a good options for
B Com graduates. BCom graduates can also prepare for competitive exams for appointment in Government sector. But those who wish to start working immediately after completing the BCom course, can find various jobs at junior level accounting, commerce, banking and finance and related fields. They can also seek jobs in public sector undertakings.
Some of the job profiles for B.Com. graduates are listed below:
BCom jobs Average salary
Accountant Rs 2 lakh per annum and abov
Financial Analyst Rs 3.7 lakh per annum and above
Financial Consultant Rs 5 lakh per annum and above
Account Executive Rs 2.5 lakh per annum and above
Jr Accountant Rs 1.75 lakh per annum and above
Business Consultant Rs 9 lakh per annum and above
Accounts Manager Rs 5.8 lakh per annum and above
Business Executive Rs 3 lakh per annum and above
Tax Consultant Rs 4.5 lakh per annum and above
B.Com. Eligibility Criteria
Unlike technical and vocational courses, B.Com. is offered by almost all the universities and colleges in India in regular as well as distance education mode. Eligibility criteria for BCom course:
•The candidate must have studied Commerce in class 11 and 12 with Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics
Maths/optional subject and English as main subjects The candidate must meet the minimum cut-off criteria for admission to the college applied to
The minimum cut off marks criteria may be different in each college/university’s as it is subject to the college
university’s own admission criteria for that year
Factors influencing the minimum cut off marks for B(Com) admission are a total percentage of candidates passing in Commerce in boards, the highest score in Commerce, the average score in Commerce minimum cut off marks of the previous year, etc.