Master of Commerce is one of the prestigious courses in the country. The
program is well received in the industry and for years had been serving the
needs of managerial cadre in business and industry. It is a notch higher than a
Bachelor degree in Commerce and helps build an in-depth knowledge about
various commerce and trade practices. The course focuses on Commerce,
Accounting, Management and Economics related subjects.
It is a specialized course which prepares an individual for a career in finance and
corporate sector. The course is a 2 Year (Full time) Programme on Semester Basis.
The course mainly includes thesis based components and there may be some
research-based elements included.
Master of Commerce (M.Com): Career Prospects
After completion of M.Com. course, one can find a number of employment
opportunities in both public sector as well as private sector. They can work as
Accountant, Actuarial Consultant, Budget Analyst, Finance Manager, Financial
Advisor, Financial Analyst, Financial Planning, Internal Auditor, Securities Analyst
and Stock Broker. Opportunities exist in Banks, Budget Planning, Business
Consultancies, Educational Institutes, Foreign Trade, Industrial Houses, Inventory
Control, Investment Banking, Marketing, Merchant Banking, Public Accounting
Firms, Policy Planning, Public Accounting Firms, Treasury and Forex Department,
B.Com or B.Com (Hons.) from a recognized University (Minimum marks: General/OBC 45%, SC/ST 40%) or any candidate possessing at least 70% in BBA or BMS or similar professional qualification with Mathematics and Economics as a subject of study.
The admission to M.Com will be based on Entrance test conducted by SMS and Merit List drawn from the same.