Bachelor of Commerce(B.COM (Hons.)).


Duration:3 Years

Eligibility: 10+2 or Equivalent course


ABOUT COURSE

A three year Degree course in 6 Semesters, teaches you the basics of Commerce, Business studies, Accounting and Accountancy, Financial Management, Marketing, H.R.M, Banking, and Insurance, etc.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

C.A, C.S., M.B.A., M.Com. and the following sectors: Banking, Insurance, Tax Consultancy, Entrepreneurship, BPOs (Business Process Outsourcing), Mutual Funds and E-Return of the Tax, Post Graduation Programmes, Corporate Sectors, Customer Care, etc.

B.Com (Hons.) is a field-oriented program that focuses on preparing students for the industry. This undergraduate degree is one of the traditional commerce courses. The difference between simple B.Com and B.Com (Hons.) program is that in this course, students get to pick a specialization of their interest and then proceed with that elective in the final year of the course. The course allows students to pick specializations in the final year of the program to provide direction to candidates in the field where they plan to seek jobs.

B.Com (Hons.) is a business-oriented program that imparts education regarding business, taxation accounting, marketing, and other related subjects. The course is very beneficial for candidates who seek a career in the business management and business sector. Pursuing management programs after this course helps in securing brilliant salary packages.

B.Com (Hons.) – Highlights

Course Name Bachelor of Commerce (Honors)
Short Name B.Com (Hons.)
Course Type Degree Course
Course Level  Undergraduate
Course Duration  3 Years
Eligibility 10+2

Popular B.Com (Hons.) Specializations

Here are some of the most preferred B.Com (Hons.) specializations.

  • B.Com in Accounts and Finance
  • B.Com in Investment Management
  • B.Com in Economics
  • B.Com in Banking and Insurance
  • B.Com in Taxation
  • B.Com in Marketing
  • B.Com in Human Resources

Note: 

Students are required to undergo Summer Training for six to eight weeks during the summer break between the fourth and fifth semester.

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