Bachelor of Commerce or B.Com is a 3 year undergraduate course transmit in regular as well as regular education mode. B.Com is the second most popular undergraduate course in commerce branch. Under B.Com, there are three most popular undergraduate courses namely B.Com or B.Com general, B>Com(Honours) and BCom LLB. BACHELOR OF COMMERCE
In the B.Com course, students are taught core subjects related to commerce and fnance. In the 3 year of duration, the students are given options to choose from a few optional subjects too. The programme is usually spread over six semesters during which the student is taught topics like economics, financial accounting, company law, business accounting etc.
BCom is the best career option for students who want to make a career in commerce, finance,accounting, insurance and banking. BCom is also ideal for those who wish to pursue Chartered Accountancy, Company Secretaryship, Cost Accounting.
After completing BCom, students can also pursue career in management, advertising, teaching, law, mass communication, law, journalism, design etc. The average starting salary of a BCom graduate is Rs. 3 lakh and upwards.
B.COM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
B.Com is offered by almost all the institutes and universities in India in regular as well as distance education mode.Eligibility criteria for BCom course:
- The student must attain the minimum cut – off criteia for admission to the college applied to
- The minimum cut off marks criteria may be different in each institute and universities as it is subject to the institute and university own admission criteria for particular year
- The candidate must have studied Commerce subject in class 11 and 12 with Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies, Maths in optional and English as main subject.
Factors influencing The minimum cut off marks for B.Com admission are a total percentage of students passing in Commerce in boards, the highest score in Commerce, the average score in Commerce, minimum cut off marks of the previous year etc.