Bachelor of Commerce should acquire managerial and accounting skills, leadership quality team spirit, communication skills, entrepreneurship, etc.
Commerce - students should acquire knowledge of major concepts in the field of management, finance, accounting, taxation, costing, auditing and banking
About Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
Bachelor of Commerce, which is popularly known by its abbreviation B.Com, is an undergraduate course that is completed over a duration of three years. B.Com is among the most popular bachelor’s level programmes and is therefore offered in a vast number of colleges and universities. B.Com is the most preferred choice of a majority of the students who complete their higher secondary education in the commerce stream. The programme of Bachelor of Commerce is provided in the regular mode and through the mode of distance learning as well.
In addition to the compulsory subjects, students pursuing B.Com can choose their combination of subjects from those offered by the institute. Some colleges allow students to choose their electives in the second or third year of B.Com if they have performed well in their semester exams. Bachelor of Commerce is a programme that equips students with an in-depth knowledge of the field of commerce pertaining to the areas in which they choose to specialise. Candidates are trained in the particular fields of their choice so that they gain proper knowledge and are capable of putting it to practical use. Through the course of B.Com, students are equipped with the knowledge about aspects that impact business and trade such as accounting principles, economic policies, export and import laws, etc.
Bachelor of Commerce has several specialisations like economics, management studies, computer applications, foreign trade management, taxation, accountancy, e-commerce, banking, etc.
The basic details of B.Com are given in the table below.
|Exam Type||Semester Wise|
|Minimum Qualification||10 + 2|
|Minimum Marks||40% - 60%|
When talking about admissions for a particular course at our colleges
- Candidates must have completed an intermediate level of education or equivalent from a recognised board.
- Candidate should secure minimum 45% marks in aggregate for open category candidates and 40% marks in aggregate in case of reserved category candidates.
The admission process in B.Com is conducted on the basis of merit.
- First year
- Second Year
- Third Year