M.Com is a notch higher than a Bachelor Degree in commerce and helps in build an in depth knowledge about various commerce and trade practices, to be utilized in the ever changing business world.
Enchanting the routes of trade in the 90’s was a major boon for the Economic sector in the terms of growth and employability and that’s being one of the reasons to pursue Masters in the field of commerce.
Famous personalities like Amit Agarwal CEO of Amazon India and Bhavesh Agarwal CEO of OLA cabs have achieved greater heights after graduating from their education in the field of commerce.
Choosing commerce gives you diverse career opportunities, better job opportunities in the field of technology, research, government jobs and private sectors.
2 Years / 4 Semesters
Commerce graduate have lots of career options in the areas of commerce and finance such as taxation consultancy and financial services.
•• Taxation Consultant
•• Human Resource
•• Stock Broker
•• Financial Consultant
•• Export-Import manager
Bengaluru Central University
A Candidate should have passed PUC / 10+2 or equivalent with commerce or professional subjects. A citizen of India who has passed PUC / 10+2 examination of the state board or any recognized universities of India or abroad as equivalent through PUC / 10+2 pattern of education obtaining 50% of marks in aggregate of all subjects.
The 2 years course comprises of Theory and project work including field study.
Candidates who have completed B.Com /BBA degree examinations of any recognized university and having secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission.
Private sector jobs for students can be in:
•• Financial Analyst
•• Management Trainee
•• Transactional Associate
•• Internal Auditor
•• Bank Manager/Clerk
•• Stock Advisor
•• Financial Advisor
Able to demonstrate an integrated understanding of key concepts, techniques and trends in one or more fields of business practice and the challenges and opportunities involved in applying this knowledge in diverse context.