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Duration: 2 Years Full time, Four Semesters (including Project).
Intake: Only One intake per year, every year in the month of May / June.
Entry Requirements: A Pass in B.Com/B.Com (CA)/ B.Com (IT) /B.Com (E-Commerce)/BA (Co-operation)/ BCS/ BCS (CA)/ BBA/BBA (CA)/ Bachelor Degree in Bank Management.
  • Course Overview
    ABOUT THE COURSE
    Master of Commerce  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, Business Studies, Statistics, knowledge about business, trade and its characteristics and policies involved, etc.
    ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO THE COURSE
    B.Com. B.B.M, B.B.A, B.C.S, B.Com (C.A), B.Com (E-Commerce), B.B.M (CA), B.C.S (C.A), B.COM (CS), B.Com (CS with CA), B.Com (Co-Operation), B.Com (Co - Operation with CA).
    OBJECTIVES
    Have the knowledge and skill that enable them to participate in life-long learning and to adapt to an ever changing, global commerce and business environment.
    Exhibit critical thinking and a functional knowledge across the organizational management disciplines.
    SALIENT FEATURES OF THE COURSE
    Focus on preparing professionals for Financial Analysis, Research Orientation, Investment & Risk Management and Financial Management including Derivatives, Securities, Hedge funds, & Debt funds.
    Regular sessions of Tally & Excel, English Pronunciation, Group Discussions, Mock Personal Interviews, Presentations, Seminars, Case Studies, Quantitative Analysis, Data Interpretation, & Verbal Ability as part of the regular course for students the professional and the personality development.
    The students will have a compulsory paper presentation, summer internship, teaching practices and project / dissertation.
    Students are also required to devote time to placement activities and are encouraged to take up part time assignments.
    VALUE ADDITIONS
    Frequent Industrial visits
    Workshops & seminars
    Workshops, Conferences & Seminars at state, national & international levels and Project work.
    As an innovative idea, the department has put up a STUDENTS’ CORNER and a drop in box. A QUESTION OF THE WEEK is displayed every Monday on the notice board for which the students could drop in their answers. Those who come up with the correct answer are given a prize.
    The program reflects the rapid changes in the syllabus to meet the demands of the industry.
  • Course Breakup
    I year:
    In the first year, the students are enabled to specialize in the area of Accounting. They also learn e-commerce, managerial economics, executive communication and investment management. Guest lectures are arranged for their knowledge updation.
    II year:
    In the second year, the students are enabled to acquaint themselves with the knowledge of direct taxes, indirect taxes, financial management and human resources management. They also undertake a project work related to commerce under the Supervision of individual staff members. The entire course is designed to acquire the knowledge in the field of Accountancy and other related accounting fields.
  • Career Opportunities
    Good placement opportunities are available in the following areas due to specialized training received by them:
    Banking
    Investments
    Insurance
    Capital market
    Accounting
    Academic Field
    KPO and BPO
    Taxation
    Marketing of financial products and services
    Economic Consulting Jobs
    Customs Department
    Import/Export Companies
    Indian Civil Services
    Indian Statistical Services
    Indian Economic Services

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