Commerce being the life blood of an organization has gain tremendous momentum in the recent years. It has also thrown open multiple job opportunities in both the government as well as private sector. The objective of the programme is to provide an in-depth knowledge of commerce and allied subjects so as to enable the learner to work in a business establishment or to become an entrepreneur or to pursue higher education. The Bachelor of Commerce program will prepare the students for any career in general management, banking, financial management, accounting and information systems.
You have completed your graduation in Commerce, we are assuming that you are interested in the field of Accounting and therefore shall guide you to choose a career in the field of Accounting. There are many more career options present for you in the field of finance as well. Here is the list of finance course that you can pursue for a better career.
Chartered Accountant (CA)
Masters of Commerce (M.Com)
Masters of Business Administration (MBA in Finance)
Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
Certified Public Accounting (CPA)
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
Business Accounting and Taxation (BAT)
For B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce) 10+2 with commerce or with Economics or Mathematics as one of the subject and min. 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) Any stream.