Bachelor of Commerce

The Bachelor of Commerce program will prepare you for any career in general management, banking, financial management, and accounting and information systems. Graduates are also equipped to work as public accountants in commercial or government administration, or in private practice. Courses focus on accounting, financial planning, decision-making and control in organizations. You will examine the fundamental principles of commerce and the business environment, and learn how to apply business principles to contemporary business practices.

Career opportunities 

The B.Com. programme pro¬vides a good knowledge base for a range of careers. These are broadly of two types: Those in business and finance such as CA, company secretaryship (CS), cost and works accountants (CWA), banking and so on Others, including or relat¬ed to finance, law. mass com¬munication, hotel manage¬ment, civil services and so on A commerce education can lead to jobs with corpora¬tions and banks as invest¬ment bankers, managers, financial consultants, accountants, advisers etc.Accountancy is key in this field and if you are good with numbers, you can excel. Even if you have not cleared the PCC. you can still get into finance-related careers through programmes such as CWA and CS. as well as diplomas in banking and finance, treasury manage¬ment and financial planning offered by a number of institutes.Commerce graduates and postgraduates can also take competitive examinations for recruitment to the civil services, including the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Police Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Economic Services and others. After B.Com, you may also do an MBA, even if it is a cor¬respondence programme, as long as it is from a recognized university.If you are interested in non-finance courses, there are any number of diplomas in fields such as mass com-munication, event manage¬ment, and travel and tourism available. 

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