Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) is an undergraduate Financial Service course. Financial markets are typically defined by having transparent pricing, basic regulations on trading, costs and fees and market forces determining the prices of securities that trade. Financial market relates to a mechanism, which enables people to trade financial securities such as bonds, stocks as well as commodities in the market. Course includes financial assets, markets and institutions; debt & equity markets; foreign exchange market and financial management. The duration of the course is three years and its syllabus is divided into six semesters.
The degree programme lasts 3 years. Students seeking the Commerce Degree need to study 5-7 subjects. They can opt for various combinations depending upon the availability of choices in various Institutes.
Candidates who have completed B.Com have a high employment rate as there is no business which does not require a Manager or a Commerce Specialist to manage the financial aspects of their respective businesses. All the companies registered under the Companies Act, are required to get their accounts audited only by practicing Chartered Accountants because of which accountants never run out of job. Employment areas are banks, budget planning, business consultancies, educational institutes, foreign trade, industrial houses, inventory control, investment banking, marketing, merchant banking, public accounting firms, working capital management, policy planning,
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