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Bachelor of Commerce

If you are making B.Com as your career choice, then it is a smart decision. It is one of the trending courses after 10+2.
Bachelor of Commerce, abbreviated as B.Com is an undergraduate degree in commerce and related subjects. The course is designed to provide students with a wide range of managerial skills and understanding in streams like finance, accounting, taxation and management.
Bachelor of commerce offers understanding in Accounting, Economics, Business Law, Taxation, Insurance and Management.
A career in commerce offers immense growth as demand for professionals is always on a high.
Job opportunities exists right after the programme. Jobs for B.Com graduates exists in India as well as in abroad.
After completion of B.Com, you can apply in any organization for the post of accountant. Every company requires accountant to keep track 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 accountant, there are many career options in this field.
You can also work as tax consultant after completion of graduation and can gain experience. Interested candidates can also apply in banking field. Every year, many private and government banks hires the fresh B.com graduates. Candidates can work in public as well as in private sector. You can apply for government jobs like bank, UPSC, etc.
The course also prepares the students for CA and CS. Chartered Accountant (CA) / Cost and Work Accountant (CWA) / Company Secretary (CS) are the advanced career options in this field.

Job Profiles

B.Com graduate can work as
Company Secretary
Business Analyst
Finance Officer
Sales Analyst
Junior Analyst
Tax Accountant
Stock Broker
Business Development Trainee

Job Areas

Business Consultancies
Educational Institutes
Industrial Houses
Public Accounting Firms
Policy Planning
Foreign Trade
Budget Planning
Inventory Control
Merchant Banking
Working Capital Management
Treasury and Forex Department
Investment Banking

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