SCHOOL OF COMMERCE

SCHOOL OF COMMERCE

B.COM

M.COM

B.COM. (Hon's)

  • The School of Commerce offers a broad and critical approach to the study of business, economics, accounting and marketing, covering a wide range of theories and concepts related to these subjects and their application to contemporary economic and business environments.
  • The School of Commerce is always buzzing with activity and has become a dynamic place where the brightest minds from various states come together and share their vast knowledge and skills. Business Education covers various educational and scientific fields in various areas of the business environment. It is easy to conclude that business education is useful in life as well as in profession. Entrepreneurship education is a field of education that develops the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary for success. Entrepreneurship, Business and Industrial Education Serves Socio-Economic The current growth rate of Entrepreneurship Education in this field shows its growing acceptance. awareness and skill development.
  • Business courses help students formulate, implement, and evaluate a wide variety of development efforts today. This stream offers exciting opportunities for students who want to excel in a competitive world. You can be active in various fields such as planning, development, banking, finance, stock market, management, international trade, and of course you can be active as an entrepreneur. Each year, business students can secure admission to higher education at some of the best colleges and universities in the world.
  • The commercial stream after completing grade 10 is a very popular option in India. Most students feel that the 12th grade and beyond stream offers a wide range of career opportunities that offer both success and financial security. What most students don't realize, however, is that, just like in the science field, they must have some commercial aptitude to be fully successful there. Commerce as an educational direction can be defined as the study of commercial and business activities such as Exchange of Goods and Services from Producers to End Consumers. Majors taught in her 11th grade and her 12th grade at Commerce Stream include Economics, Accounting, and Business Administration. Choose this area if you have a genuine interest in these topics and an affinity for numbers, business, and economics.
  • Students wishing to pursue a career in commerce should consider that this subject is not an easy substitute for science. Both science and business are complex fields of study and cannot be compared. Therefore, if a student wishes to pursue the commerce sector simply because he or she believes science is not the right field for them, they should reconsider their choice.
  • The responsibilities of this department have increased significantly with the increase in trading volumes at the international level. The department strives to raise its standards each year to provide quality education that meets national standards. We strive to innovate in face-to-face teaching, combining traditional lecture methods with student-centered learning and teaching methods such as role-playing, simulations, group assignments, discussion and debate, and case-based teaching. etc. The department is committed to best practices such as the incorporation of service learning into the curriculum, peer mentoring, mental health and holistic development programs, social outreach, appropriate bridging courses for non-profit students, skill enhancement courses, etc.

CAREER OPTIONS IN COMMERCE:
Some Employment Options in Commerce are:

  • Chartered Accountant (CA)
  • Investment Banker
  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
  • Cost Accountant
  • Company Secretary (CS)
  • Personal Financial Advisor
  • Research Analyst
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • HRM
  • Public Accountant
  • Retail Management
  • Cost Management Accountant (CMA) Product Management
  • Sales Manager
  • Hotel Management
  • Budget Analyst
  • Relationship Manager
  • Statistician
  • Stock Broker
  • Auditor
  • Journalism and Mass Communication