Bachelor of Commerce

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Bachelor of Commerce:

Well although the “World stands on the principles and fundamentals of Science, but it surely runs on the Wheels of Commerce”. In fact this is not a quote given from anywhere, but a statement made on the basis of experience and observation.

The word “Trade, Business and Commerce” means the trading of goods and commodities for the purpose of earning money. So, when a person exchanges and trades, both goods and commodities in return for money, then this activity is called Commerce.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce is thus an Undergraduate Degree, which is the most popular and demanding degree opted by practically all the Students who choose Medical, Engineering and Technology.

The Bachelor of Commerce is an Undergraduate Commerce program & course, which is actually a 3 year program. There are almost infinite colleges and universities, both public and private which offer these courses both in the Regular Mode and the Distance Learning Mode.

The Undergraduate Commerce program usually comprises of subjects, which are common throughout, all the Colleges and the Universities in India, namely accountancy, taxation, management, economics, Human Resource, Cost Accountancy, Finance, Marketing Etc.

Apart from studying full time for the Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, there are other educational programs and degrees that can be simultaneously be pursued. Courses and programs namely that of Law, Chartered Accountancy and Company Secretary ship can be pursued simultaneously, during the tenure of the Undergraduate Commerce Degree.

What after the Bachelor’s Degree:

There are several options and alternatives that are available to all those students and candidates who have successfully completed their Bachelor’s Degree. Potential students and candidates can either opt to pursue their further education namely that of Master’s of Commerce (M.Com), CA, CS, ICWA or even the UPSC Civil Services.

Also if the student or the candidate wishes, then he or she can opt to work in several commercial industries and sectors as that of the banking, insurance, business consultancies; forex management, stock exchange; accountancy firms; Etc.

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