A 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”. In India, the duration of B.com is 3 years.
Business education, in recent times, has gained paramount importance because of the growth of industry, trade and commerce, specifically, because of the money-driven economy that we are living in. The most important facet of business education is that, it produces talent and inculcates self-discipline and self-restraint. Business is no more a one man’s show. Rather it is a concourse of human organizations which animate and articulate their aspirations and ambitions. Those need to be recognized & taken care of, so as to protect human values.
Business education aims at nurturing and developing this talent. Therefore, at UCAS we offer a three-year full-time B.Com. Programme simultaneously offering the students to interact with industry experts to gain fast-hand knowledge of the ground reality. The B.Com Honors Programme is divided into six semesters with specialization in Accounting / Finance / Management. The entire curriculum has been so designed that it includes an ideal combination of domain knowledge, knowledge of Information Technology and Industry-interface. Further the Syllabus is in conformity with the UGC curriculum of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS).
|Course Duration & Exam||3 years / Semester Wise Exam|
|Eligibility||Candidates should Passed in 10+2 with minimum 50% marks or equivalent, and candidates should be at least 17 years of age at the time of admission and the upper age limit is 25 years.|
|Course||No.Of Courses||Total Credit|
|Part I Language||2||8|
|Part II English||2||8|
|Part III Core Course||19||74|
|Part III Core Practical Courses||2||6|
|Part III Allied Course||4||16|
|Part III Elective Courses||3||12|
|Part IV Skill Based Subject||4||12|
|Part IV Non-Major Elective||4||8|
|Part V Extension Activities||1||2|