B.COM (GENERAL)

Introduction

The Bachelor of Commerce degree[1] is designed to provide students with a wide range of managerial skills, while building competence in a particular area of business (see below). Most universities, therefore, plan the degree such that in addition to their major, students are exposed to general business principles, taking courses in accounting, finance, business management, human resources, marketing, and economics; some programs also require (business) statistics, (introductory) calculus and information systems. For a comparison with other business degrees, see Business Education.

Honours Bachelor of Commerce

The Honours Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. (Hons) or B.Comm. (Hons) or H.B.Com. or H.B.Comm.) is further advanced. It may consist of a four-year program[2][3] or of a one-year program taken subsequent to a three-year Bachelor’s degree.[4] The degree requires additional academic courses to be completed with higher academic performance standards and may also require a researched thesis component; the one-year program is often focused exclusively on a single subject-area.[5][6]

Honours Bachelor of Commerce

The Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree often serves as an abridgement (or entry requirement) between the undergraduate program and postgraduate programs,[7] including the Master of Commerce (M.Com. or M.Comm.) and the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees.

History  of  B.Com

The Bachelor of Commerce degree was first offered at the University of Birmingham. The University’s School of Commerce was founded by William Ashley, an Englishman from Oxford University, who was the first professor of Political Economy and Constitutional History in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Toronto. Ashley left Toronto in 1892, spent a few years at Harvard University, and then went back to England to the new University of Birmingham where he founded the School of Commerce. Ashley began the program which was the forerunner of many other B.Com. degree programs throughout the British Empire.

Eighteenth-century economists had divided the English economy into three sectors: agriculture, manufacturing, and commerce. Commerce included the transportation, marketing and financing of goods. The Birmingham program in Commerce included economic geography, economic history, general economics, modern languages, and accountancy.

Here are a few key feature’s of this degree program:

  • With a B.Com degree you are well prepared to be successful in both corporate and self employment.
  • There are high job prospects for holders of this degree as all companies or businesses needs a commerce specialist, manager or at the very least an accountant.
  • Familiarity in accounting offers you with an aptitude to comprehend and scrutinize financial reports and how they usually affect a business. A good knowledge in management and cost accounting practices is significant in decision making processes and in planning as well as evaluating the performance of a company’s business activities.
  • Human resource management is an additional option provided in this degree course. This choice prepares students with the essential skills in analyzing, identifying and searching solutions to problems associated to human resource activities. It covers essential managerial processes such as selection and recruitment of employees, promotions, employee welfare, talent hunting and application of work-related safety process in a company amongst others.
  • The candidate should have passed the two year Intermediate examination  (10+2) equivalent
  • The candidate should have appeared for GAT examination conducted by GITAM University and obtained a rank
  • The candidate without any formal educational qualification is also eligible provided he/she completes 18 years of age as on 1st July of the year in which he/she seeks admission and is qualified in GAT.  
  • Admission to the programme shall be made on the basis of pass obtained in GAT subject to the fulfillment of the eligibility criteria.

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B.Com. COURSE STRUCTURE

  • AUDFE 101: SPECIAL ENGLISH, SANSKRIT, TELUGU
  • AUDFI 102: CONTEMPORARY INDIA: POLITY, SOCIETY & ECONOMY
  • AUDFS 103: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
  • CUOCO 104: BUSINESS ORGANISATION & MANAGEMENT 6
  • CUOCO 105: BUSINESS ECONOMICS
  • AUDFE 201 : ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS
  • AUDFV 202 : INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT
  • CUOCO 203 : PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTANCY
  • CUOCO 204 : BUSINESS STATISTICS
  • CUOCO 205 : FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • CUOCO 206 : BANKING: THEORY & PRACTICE
  • CUOCO 301 : ADVANCED ACCOUNTANCY
  • CUOCO 302 : AUDITING
  • CUOCO 303 : E-BUSINESS
  • CUOCO 304 : BUSINESS LAWS
  • CUOCO 305 : COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
  • CUOCO 306 : INCOME TAX