M.Com. is a postgraduate academic degree which is awarded after successful completion of a two years program. The Master degree course covers the study of principles of accounting, economic theory, micro and macroeconomics, money and banking systems, knowledge about business, trade and its characteristics and policies involved, etc. In the final year, the students opt for specialized study in any one fields of commerce such as statistics, taxation, marketing, accounting & finance, banking, insurance, etc. Therefore, the programme gives an insight of commerce, management and economics as a whole.
Eligibility & Admission
To build a strong foundation of knowledge in different areas of Commerce.
To develop the skill of applying concepts and techniques used in Commerce.
To develop an attitude for working effectively and efficiently in a business environment.
To expose students about entrepreneurship.
To enable a student to be capable of making decisions at personal and professional level
M.Com degree serves as a basis for further higher studies and research in this field such as Ph.D. and M.Phil. Degree in Commerce. M.Com degree holders can opt for further higher studies and career in various specializations of Commerce such as in Statistics, Taxation, Accounting & Finance, Banking, Insurance and many more. Students can take up research work in various fields of India’s national security problems including the international relations, geostrategic, geopolitical, socio-economic, tactical aspects of war, etc. On successful completion, students can apply for the UGC-NET or JRF exam; the success in these exams makes teaching or research as good options. Employment areas are various corporate sectors in their marketing and accounts sections, finance, commerce and the banking sectors, research associates with economic consulting firms, economic consulting jobs, customs departments, import/export companies, Indian civil services, Indian Statistical Services and Indian Economic Services. Typical job profiles are accounts assistants, assistant accountants, accountants, business analysts, cashier/tellers, corporate analysts, executive assistants, finance managers, financial analysts, investment analysts, investment bankers, market analysts, marketing managers, money managers, operations managers, personal finance consultants, risk analysts, securities analysts and senior accountants.