POST GRADUATE PROGRAMME
Program We Offered
Master of Commerce (M.COM)
Course Level – Post Graduation
Course Duration – 2 years
Eligibility – Minimum score of 50 % Marks in Graduation with Commerce as the mandatory subject.
Examination Type – yearly
Master of Commerce (M.Com) is a postgraduate degree, which deals with commerce, accounting, management, and economics. The two-year degree course opens career opportunities in the corporate and finance sectors. It offers specialization in accounting, taxation, finance, and human resource management. This is a four-semester choice based credit system course and has approval from UGC. After completing a two-year course, students get an academic degree from the respective university which is designated as a Master of Commerce.
Master of Commerce
Based on the entrance exam/merit-based
Candidates are required to have 50 per cent in B.Com from a recognised university.
Chartered Accountant, Company Secretary, Insurance and Banking services.
M.Com is a popular course among students. To get an admission to M.Com, candidates are required to have minimum qualifying marks at bachelor’s degree level. The detailed admission process is given below:
- Admission to an M.Com is on the basis of the score obtained at the degree course – B.Com and the availability of seats.
- The candidates must have passed a degree in Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) from a recognised university, with a minimum of 50 per cent.
M.Com in Finance
- Financial Institutions and Markets: Deals with an interest rate, financial markets, banking, financial services, and financial inclusion.
- Security Analysis and Portfolio Management deal with an analysis of fixed income securities, equity analysis, portfolio analysis, management, and financial derivatives.
- International Financial System, focuses on the international monetary system, exchange rate determination and forecasting, international financial market, international banking, and financial crises.
M.Com in Marketing
- Advertising and Sales Management: The area deals with the organisation and evaluation of advertising efforts. It also covers the topics of fundamentals of personal selling, sales planning, and organisation.
- International Marketing: The specialisation deals with international product planning and pricing decisions, international distribution decisions, international promotion strategies, emerging trends in international marketing.
- Consumer Behaviour: This deals with the consumer decision-making process, individual differences in consumers, socio-cultural determinants of consumer behaviour.
- Supply Chain Management and Logistics: This field deals with managing relationships, logistics and supply chain management, challenges in logistics, and supply chain.
M.Com in Human Resource Development
- Human Resource Development: This deals with HRD activities and application, HRD in trends and practices.
- Management of Industrial Relation: This area focuses on the structure and evolution of industrial relations, industrial conflicts and disputes relations, industrial conflicts and disputes resolution, trade union, negotiation, and collective bargaining and industrial democracy.
- Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM): This area deals with implementing strategic human resource management, and trends and issues in SHRM.
- Compensation Management and Employee Welfare Laws: This area covers various acts related to workforce management, which includes-payment, wages, compensation, and maternity benefits.
M.Com in Accounting
- This is the study of accounting principles and other finance-related subjects.
- Taxation: This deals with taxation problems, tax-related literature, tax reviews, and others.
- Computer Application: This software is a programme or group of programmes designed for end-users. The application includes a word processor, a spreadsheet, an accounting application, a web browser.