Bachelor of Commerce, known as B.com is a 3-year undergraduate programme that focuses on imparting education related to knowledge. Topics such as financial accounting, corporate tax, economics, company law, auditing, business and that knowledge along with good communication and confidence turn them to be skilled and efficient employees in their field of accountancy.
B.com graduates are hired for various Profiles in Finance, Accounting, Banking, Commerce, Auditing and Taxation Companies in India and Abroad.
After completion of B.Com, you can apply in any organization for the post of accountant. Every company requires the accountant to keep track of the profit and loss of their company. One must have knowledge in areas like Basic Principles of Accountancy, Cost Accounting and Management Accounting to be an accountant. Other than being an accountant, there are many career options in this field. Students who have obtained a B.Com degree have the ability to choose from a wide range of professions like accountants, system officers, customer relationship officers, taxation officers, auditors in different fields like the Banking and Finance industry, accounting and the corporate sector.
The areas in the private sector that are open to a Graduate of Commerce include Consumer durable industry, Telecom industry, Banking and Insurance Industry, Automobile industry, BPO industry, Media industry, Retail industry and a lot more. In these companies, a graduate may start as a sales officer, accounts manager, assistant manager, company law assistant, financial manager as well as an accounting consultant.
B.Com graduates can also opt for examinations in Civil Service. By getting through these examinations they can get prestigious positions in reputed government organizations. The person can become an IAS officer, IPS officer, IFS and IRS officer
The course trains people in subjects that cover areas of marketing, sales, purchases, commercial purchasing, accounts and finance. Apart from these, some of the other essential subjects that this course covers are Statistics, Book keeping, Finance, Marketing, Human Resource, Economics, Management, Cost Account, Management , Law, Computer Application, Intricacies of Foreign Trade, Office Management, E-commerce along with others.
BBA graduates may go for any PG or PG Diploma course that has ‘graduation’ as the eligibility criteria. It means that they have number of PG course options available in front of them. Some useful and relevant PG courses are –