Commerce program prepares one for a career in accounting, banking, financial management, information systems and management. Compulsory courses in the degree build a solid foundation of business skills that can be applied to many decisions and issues in the contemporary business environment.
The combination of core skills and specialist knowledge learned in the Bachelor of Commerce will ensure that one can adapt effectively to the ever-changing business environment and as a result be in high demand with employers.
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Accountancy & Financial Management||Accountancy & Financial Management|
|Business Economics||Business Economics|
|Business Communication||Business Communication|
|Foundation Course||Foundation Course|
|Maths & Stats||Maths & Stats|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Accounting and Financial Management||Accounting and Finance|
|Foundation Course||Foundation Course|
|Financial Accounting and Auditing||Auditing|
|Advertising / Economic System / I.T||Advertising / Economic System / I.T|
|Semester V||Semester VI|
|Financial Accounting||Financial Accounting|
|Cost Accounting||Cost Accounting|
|Export / I.T / Psychology||Export / I.T / Psychology|
- Introduction: M.Com is a postgraduate degree program that focuses on the methodical learning of the concepts of Accountancy, Statistics, Mathematics, Finance, Banking, Taxation, Management Studies, etc. Therefore, the study of M.Com degree gives an imminent of commerce, management and economics as a whole.
- Scope: M.Com degree serves as a foundation for further advanced studies and research in this area such as Ph.D. and M.Phil. Degree in Commerce
- M.Com graduates can choose for further advanced studies and career in different specializations of Commerce such as in Statistics, Taxation, Accounting & Finance, Banking, Insurance etc.
- M.Com graduates can choose research job in different fields of India’s national security problems including the international relations, geostrategic, geopolitical, socio-economic, tactical aspects of war, etc.
- Commerce enables a Master’s graduates for a wide range of careers dealing with the flow of money, from accountant to investment banker, money manager to personal finance consultant.
- After Master’s degree in Commerce, a student can apply for the UGC-NET or JRF exam. After these exams, they can go for teaching or research area.
M. COM. Part 1
Semester I Semester II Cost & Management Accounting Corporate Finance Business Ethics & CSR Macro Economics Strategic Management Research Methodology Economics E-Commerce
M. COM. Part 2
Semester I Semester II Project Project Any 3 from the below electives group Any 3 from the below electives group
Elective Group 1 (Advance Accounting Elective Group 1 (Advance Accounting) Advanced Financial Accounting Advanced Auditing Advanced Corporate Accounting IDT Financial Management IFRS DT Personal Financial Planning Financial Services Financial Journalism Elective Group 2 (Management) Elective Group 2 (Management) HRM Supply Chain Management & Logistics Rural Marketing Advt & Sales Management Entrepreneurial Management Retail Management Marketing Strategies and Practices Tourism Management Organizational Behaviour Management For Business Relations Elective Group 3 (Banking & Finance) Elective Group 3 (Banking & Finance) Banking Law & Practices Cooperative Banking System Legal Framework of Banking Financial Institutions & Markets Commercial Bank Management Accounting & Auditing of Banking Investment Management Analysis International Finance Financial Risk Management Financial Services Elective Group 4 (E-Commerce) Elective Group 4 ( E-Commerce) Database Management System E-Commerce Security & Law Internet & Web Designing Advance Technology For E-Commerce Network Infrastructure & Payment System Management Information System Logistic & Supply Chain Management Digital Marketing Business Models in E-commerce & ICT Application International Business, Law & Taxation Elective Group 5 (Economics) Elective Group 5 (Economics) Economics for Growth & Development Urban Economics Applied Econometrics Entrepreneurship & Family Business Agriculture Economics Indian Financial System Monetary Economics International Economics Industrial Economics Economics of Services