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Master of Commerce (M.Com)

The Master of Commerce (M.Com) is a 2-year postgraduate or master’s degree course offered in commerce colleges across India, designed to enhance one's skill and knowledge on commerce, finance, management, accounting and economics, and other related areas. Being a PG degree, M.Com in India is designed to ensure that the students receive in-depth knowledge and understanding of the various aspects of commerce and banking.

Across India, M.Com has been one of the popular options for B.Com and B.Com (Hons) graduates in India as it offers an enhanced knowledge of business and management, which is essential for the smooth functioning of businesses and organisations. Through its extensive curriculum in the field of commerce, banking, finance, marketing, management, etc, the course is able to pave a path for future researchers, teachers, and professors.

M.Com colleges in India offer a unique curriculum that allows the students to choose a blend of core and elective courses, thus ensuring that each graduate is uniquely trained in different areas, making them more desirable to recruiters. While the ore subjects will extensively train them in areas such as business, accounting, and specialisation-specific training. Aspirants will be allowed to choose a specialisation along with their M.Com degree, which would make them specialists in the field of Commerce.

M.Com Course Highlights

Check out the course highlights for M.Com in India.

Course Name Master of Commerce
Short Name M.Com

Level

Postgraduate

Duration

2 Years

Annual Course Fee

?10,000 - ?1,00,000

Average Initial Salary

?3,00,000 - ?5,50,000 LPA

Exam Type

Semester

Minimum Academic Requirement

10+2 in Science

Minimum Aggregate Score Requirement

50% or More

Selection Process

University-Level Entrance Exam or Merit-based

Employment Areas

Government and Private Sectors, National Banks, Railways, Income Tax, Private Banks

 

Master of Commerce (M.Com) Eligibility Criteria

 

  • Candidates with a valid B.Com or B.Com (Hons) degree, obtained from a recognised university or Institute are eligible.
  • They must also ensure that they have secured a minimum aggregate score of 50% in the qualifying exam.
  • The pass percentage for admission to the M.Com course may vary from college to college.

M.Com Admission Process

Admission to the M.Com course is either done on the basis of merit or on the basis of entrance exam conducted by university/institute:

Merit Admissions:

Most M.Com colleges in India offer admissions to aspirants based on their merit for the course. candidates will be shortlisted for the course on the basis of them satisfying the M.Com eligibility criteria as specified by the college in concern.

Entrance Exam Admissions:

 In some of the universities admission to the M.Com course is done on the basis of the entrance exam. Universities such as Christ University, Delhi University, Amity University conduct entrance exams. Those candidates who qualify the entrance test will be eligible for M.Com admissions in the respective college.

Master of Commerce (M.Com) Syllabus

First Year:

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

Strategic Management

E-Commerce

Commercial Bank Management

Management Concepts

Oragnization Behaviour

Corporate Legal Environment

Financial Markets

International Finance


Second Year:

Corporate Tax Planning

International Finance

Corporate Financial Accounting

Economics of Global Trade & Finance

Investment Management

Research Methodology in Commerce

Statistical Analysis

Marketing Management

Computer Applications in Business

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