B Com or Bachelor of Commerce is a 3-year undergraduate degree course recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC) in the commerce field that serves as a springboard for numerous professional options. The goal of the course is to provide students with a wide range of managerial expertise in fields including accounting, finance, management, and taxation. The course is available in various formats, students can opt for full-time, correspondence, or online BCom courses as per their academic goals, interests and convenience.

While the regular B Com course focuses on providing an overview of all the topics included in the Commerce stream, the B.Com Honours course is intended to provide knowledge in specialized topics. A number of colleges offer integrated Bachelor of Commerce programmes, such as BCom merged with either LLB/MBA or CMA, in addition to B.Com General or B Com Hons. Admission to the course takes place in two ways, merit-based admission or entrance exam based admission. To get admission to a few of the popular colleges/ universities offering the course, candidates must go through entrance exams like CUET, IPU CET, NMIMS NPAT, DU JAT, Jain Entrance Test, SET, KIITEE, etc. Candidates are advised to check the B.Com subjects (both core and optional) to get to know more about the course’s curriculum.

After completing a B.Com course, a few of the most sought-after careers include those as a tax consultant, auditor, stockbroker, accountant, banker, import-export manager, finance consultant, etc. The typical course fees for a bachelor's degree in commerce are between INR 10,000 and INR 100,000. BCom graduates can expect to receive employment offers with beginning salaries ranging from INR 2,50,000 to INR 5,00,000 per year. As one gains knowledge, expertise, and experience, their pay rises over time.


Semester 1 Semester 2
Environmental Studies Business Law
Financial Accounting Language: English/Hindi/Modern Indian Language
Business Organisation and Management Business Mathematics and Statistics
English Language Hindi/ Modern Indian Language


Semester 3 Semester 4
Company Law Business Communication (English/Hindi)
Income Tax Law and Practice Corporate Accounting
Hindi/ Modern Indian Language Cost Accounting
Computer Applications in Business E-Commerce


Semester 5 Semester 6
Human Resource Management Corporate Tax Planning
Principles of Marketing Banking and Insurance
Auditing and Corporate Governance Management Accounting
Fundamentals of Financial Management Computerised Accounting System
Indirect Tax Law International Business
Entrepreneurship Office Management and Secretarial Practice
Principles of Micro Economics Fundamentals of Investment
- Consumer Protection
- Personal Selling and Salesmanship
- Indian Economy

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