B.com

Bachelors in Commerce is a very sought after course for most of the commerce students. They study meticulously in Class 12 to secure position in their dream college especially if we talk about Delhi University. It is a three year undergraduate course after which the students get their degrees from their respective colleges. This is the most studied as well as a very reputed course which provides extensive knowledge in various domains of the commerce sector.

 

Going by the records of past years, we can say that getting admission is not at all easy as the cut off’s have been really very high, almost sky soaring. The reason for the cut off’s being so high is that the course is well liked by the aspirants. So, really one needs to get 90 or above in each of the main subjects to get anywhere in DU. If we talk about any other college or universities, a test called Common Entrance Test(CET) is conducted to select aspirants on the basis of merit and their marks scored in the very examination. B.Com is of two types, one is B.Com (Hons.) while the other is B.Com (Prog.) course.

 

Although both fetch you with a bachelor’s degree but there are variations; like in the syllabus, its importance and job prospects after that. The basic difference between both of them lies in the fact that the demand for the hons. Course is always high and will remain so in the future also going by the analysis. Also, the demand of trade additionally goes more in favor of the hons. Following students than for the latter. Once the students complete their degree course, they go for further studies that are they pursue their Masters in Commerce & MBA etc. while many directly look for jobs. And after this, many go a step higher to gain extensive knowledge; they prosecute by doing Doctorate (PhD) which is also a two year course. The person after doing the doctorate course gets qualified in a specific subject and is apt to teach students at university level.

B.com Hons. Classes

B.Com (Hons.)

It is an undergraduate  course. The duration of the course is of three years. Many universities provide this sought offer course to the students. Mostly on the basis of merit or after clearance of various entrances, students are admitted to pursue their dream course.

Eligibility

After completing their 10 + 2, one is eligible to apply for B.Com as further study. A specific percentage is defined by different universities and many of them also conduct entrance exams. After clearing them, one is finally admitted to his/her desired college.

About the course

It is an under pinning for students providing them with executive skills of the commerce sector.

At Educomm Commerce Academy, students are well taught about the subjects offered in this course. Be it the regular ones or those pursuing via correspondence, elaborate coaching is provide to all by our smart faculty.

One can specifically specialize in a particular subject.

Cut off’s for the admission process are always high.

Subjects that are being offered are well taught and that too in detail.

Job opportunities

Getting jobs after doing this course is very wide and promising. The career growth is quite extensive and good. There is a lot to do after completing B.Com (hons.), a few of them have been mentioned below.

Accountant

BPO’s (Payroll section)

Cost Accounting and Auditing

Banking

Financial Research Analyst and Equity

Investment Banking

Actuarial Science

Communications

Entrepreneurship

Taxation

Economists

 

B.Com Prog. Classes

B.Com (Prog.)

It is another course for which students mostly go, those who are unable to secure a seat in B.Com Hons. You can’t specialize in one sector after doing this course. The percentage to get admission in this course is comparatively lower than the honors. All subjects are taught to you but just as an outline. Though there are job prospects after the completion of this three undergraduate course also; but again it is a little less than the hons one. In addition with the above mentioned points, conjointly the fee for the pass course is relatively low.

A general overview:

During the first year, one is basically taught about the financial accounting and business management.

As soon as you get into the second year, you are made familiar to subjects like company and compensation laws and business mathematics.

The third year deals with sectors like cost accounting and economics.

What to do after?

Well, will suggest the students to go for specialization because the very course doesn’t offer you much. So, either do MBA or Masters and you can also go for professional courses, this will make you specialize in a particular commerce sector and you will earn a reputable job with a nice package. You can sit for I-CET exam for further studies.

 

Job prospectus

Usually one can work as assistant accountants, in the KPO sector or financial department. You can work both in the private as well as the government sector.

1st Year Subjects 

 

Business Organisation and Management
Financial Accounting
Business and Industrial Laws
Economics Paper – I – Principles of Economics
Humanities Group –one of MIL

2nd Year Subjects

Business Mathematics and Statistics
Corporate Accounting
Company and Compensation Laws
Income Tax and Auditing
Economics Paper – II – Macroeconomics
Humanities Group - English

 

3rd Year Subjects

Cost Accounting
Computer Applications in Business
Economics Paper – III – Economic Development and Policy
Humanities Group – Elective Paper
One *Optional Paper From Paper