Course Overview

B.Com aims to make the students learn the writing and interpretation of books of accounts, be conversant with the financial and economic environment and acquire the management skills required to manage the business. The programme includes imparting and developing the oral and written communication, Information Technology and statistical skills as well as legal knowledge. Considering the importance of self employment, the programme aims to develop and inculcate entrepreneurial skills among the students. Overall the course aims to work on the enrolled students to make them more productive, self reliant and constructive for self and society’s benefit.

Career Prospects

After completion of B.Com, you can apply in any organization for the post of accountant. Every company requires an accountant to keep track the profit and loss of their company. One must have knowledge in areas like Basic Principles of Accountancy, Cost Accounting and Management Accounting to be an accountant. 

Other than accountant, there are many career options in this field.

You can also work as a tax consultant after completion of graduation and can gain experience. Interested candidates can also apply in the banking field. Every year, many private and government banks hire fresh B.com graduates. Candidates can work in public as well as in the private sector. You can apply for government jobs like banks, UPSC, etc.

The course also prepares the students for CA and CS. Chartered Accountant (CA) / Cost and Work Accountant (CWA) / Company Secretary (CS) are the advanced career options in this field.

Academic Overview

Languages8
Core subjects18
Experiential learning18
Skill Enhancement Courses4
Electives6

Course Highlights

  • Market professionals as resource persons
  • Pedagogy and teaching methodology
  • Industry certification
  • Expert sessions

List Of Papers

Core Subjects

Business Management

Financial Accounting

Management of Banking and Insurance Services

Environmental Studies/Constitution of India

Cost Accounting

Financial Accounting II

Principles of Marketing

Environmental Studies/Constitution of India

Corporate Accounting I

Income Tax I

Disaster Management

Corporate Accounting II

Income Tax II

Entrepreneurship Development

IFRS (IND-AS)

Principles and Practice of Auditing

Business Laws

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

Computerized Accounting System 

E-Filing of Returns

Principles and Practice of General Insurance 

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Corporate Tax Planning

Company Law and Secretarial Audit 

Quantitative Decision tools

Business Research Methodology

Group A - Discipline Specific Electives (DSE)

Consumer Affairs 

International Business 

Indirect Taxes-I 

Financial Management-I 

Advanced Cost and Management Accounting-I 

Retail Management 

Group B - Discipline Specific Electives (DSE)

Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management 

Financial Derivatives 

Indirect taxes – II 

Financial Management – II 

Advanced Cost and Management Accounting – II 

Organisational Behaviour