Best Courses For Commerce Students After 12th

Commerce is favorite stream for a aspirant willing to go in banking. A field which students who have interest in the field of financial information/transactions, Stocks, Trades of economic value, etc. often consider taking up after completing Secondary Higher Education or Junior College In India.

If you are fascinated by Works that goes into ‘WALL STREET’ and wanted to be like those guys then this course is you may have selected in your carrier. in the movie Students who are looking forward to pursue a career in Commerce have a wide range of choices before them.

Candidates can choose the Commerce course at the undergraduate level (UG), postgraduate level (PG), diploma levels as well as at the doctoral level. UG level Commerce courses offered to students consosts of BCom, BBA, CA, CS, BBA LLB, BBM, BSc, etc. At the PG level popular Commerce programmes are MCom, MBA, MPhil, MSc, etc. Generally speaking, UG courses in Commerce are of three years duration whereas PG programme are of two years duration.

Among Commerce courses, students can consider selecting from specialized fields such as accounting and finance, banking and finance, accounting and taxation, actuarial science, business administration, applied economics, e-commerce, financial accounting, banking and insurance, human resources, entrepreneurship, accounting and auditing, etc. 

Commerce Eligibility and Top Exams

  • Candidates can pursue a UG degree in Commerce if they have completed their 10+2 or its equivalent level of education in the commerce stream. Candidates who have studied subjects like accounts, Mathematics and Economics, etc. are also eligible to apply.
  • To secure admission in PG level Commerce course, candidates should have completed their graduation degree in commerce stream from a recognized college/ institute.
  • However, many colleges/universities follow the different criteria for admission in PG level Commerce course.

Best Exams For Commerce Students In India:

ICAIICSI
ICWAICFA

List of all Commerce exams

Commerce Courses

Students can pursue Commerce courses at UG, PG and PhD level. The regular Bachelor’s and Master’s degree courses are available full-time as well as part-time. Certificate courses like CA, CS, CFA are available in part-time mode and are very popular commerce courses in India.

BCom/BCom(H)Chartered Accountancy
MCom/MCom (H)Company Secretaryship
MA EconomicsCFA
MSc EconomicsCost Accounting
MPhilBEd
MBABA Economics
BBA/BMSBCom LLB

Commerce Subjects and Syllabus

 Commerce UG Courses

                    CourseSubjects
B.ComFinancial Accounting Business Organization and Management Language: English/Hindi/Modern Indian Language, Generic elective courses like Macro-economics, Foreign exchange markets, etc. Company Law Indirect Tax Laws. Auditing and Corporate Governance Fundamentals of Financial Management 
B.Com in Finance and AccountancyFinancial Accounting Business Law Business Economics Language: English/Hindi/Modern Indian Language Business Management Human Resource Management, Accounting Principles of Macroeconomics Organizational, Behavior IT in Business Financial Management, Income Tax Corporate Law Auditing Strategic Cost Management, Indirect Taxation Strategic Management, Ethics and Corporate Governance International Taxation and Transfer Pricing
B.Com (H)Environmental Studies, Financial Accounting Business Laws Business Communication (Language)Corporate Accounting Corporate Laws Human Resource Management Income Tax Law and Practice Management Principles and Applications Cost Accounting Business Mathematics Computer Applications in Business Principles of Marketing Fundamentals of Financial Management Auditing and Corporate Governance Indirect Tax Laws
BBAIntroduction to Business Studies, Business Accounting Principles of Microeconomics Business, Communication Business Mathematics, Business Entrepreneurship Elements of IT Organizational Behavior Management, Accounting Macroeconomic Theory, Corporate Governance and Ethics, Human Resource Management, Business Statistics Fundamentals of Marketing Integrated Disaster Management Operations Research Business Laws Foreign Language Liberal Arts Fundamentals of Quality Management Research Methodology Basics of Management Information Systems
B.Com in Banking and InsuranceAuditing Business Communication, Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Business Statistics Business Tax Procedures and Management Central Banking Corporate Laws and Law Governing Capital Markets Cost Accounting of Banking and Insurance Customer Relationship Management Equity Debt Entrepreneurship Management Environmental Studies Financial Accounting Financial Management Financial Services Management Forex Management, Human Resource Management Innovations in Banking and Insurance, International Banking Finance International Business, Introduction to Computers and IT Management Accounting, Organizational Behavior. Quantitative Methods, Strategic Management, Universal Banking
B.Com in Accounting and TaxationFinancial AccountingCost AccountingBusiness MathematicsLaw of ContractMicroeconomicsE-CommerceBusiness StatisticsCorporate AccountingBusiness LawOperations ResearchIncome Tax Law and PracticesBusiness OrganizationCorporate LawFinancial ManagementAdvanced Business StatisticsAdvanced AccountingBusiness ManagementAuditingRetail ManagementMacroeconomicsIndirect Tax LawsTax PlanningManagement AccountingMonetary EconomicsBusiness Economics
BA in Business EconomicsEconomics of Firm StrategyEconomics of Money and BankingManagerial EconomicsBasic Financial AccountingEntrepreneurial DevelopmentStatistics for Business AnalysisMarketingMacroeconomicsFiscal EconomicsInternational EconomicsIndian Economy and Economic ReformsHuman Resource DevelopmentFinancial Markets

Job Opportunities after Taking Commerce Stream And Top Recruiters in this Market

If students want to make a career in the field of Commerce, there are ample career opportunities available for the students. Depending on the course selected by candidates they can pursue different job profiles. Herein some popular job profiles as per the course:

  • Graduates: After completing UG level course under Commerce, the candidates can find various jobs at junior level in accounting, commerce, banking and finance and related fields such as Junior accountant, HR Manager, Business Executive, Accounts Executive, Operations Management, Data Analyst, Research and Development Manager, Information Systems Manager, Project Manager, etc.
  •  Post Graduates: After completing PG level courses under Commerce, the candidates can seek employment in the BFSI Sector, opt for teaching or lecturer-ship or go for research. There are various job options for PG degree holders of Commerce in private, public as well as government sectors. Nationalized banks, Railways, Income Tax and other such government departments are good options who aim for a secure and prosperous career. The candidates can get a job of Senior Accountant, Cashier/Teller, Bank Manager, Marketing Manager, Investment Banker, Wealth Manager, etc.

Commerce Top Recruiters

Commerce graduates have a vast career options. After completing their course, aspirants can work in accounting, commerce, banking and finance and related fields. They also have an option to prepare for the appointment in government sector as well as public sector. Herein the recruiters that hire Commerce graduates:

SBIDeloitte
ICICI BankKPMG
HDFCTFC
RBSTata Consultancy Services (TCS)
Induslnd BankMicrosoft
Ernest and YoungHCL Technologies
Punjab National BankHwelett-Packard
CitibankIBM
HSBCReliance

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