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Career in Commerce

Commerce is a field which students who have interest in the field of financial information/transactions, trading of economic value, etc. often consider taking up after completing 10+2. Students who are looking forward to pursue a career in Commerce have a wide range of choices before them.


Candidates can pursue the Commerce course at the undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG), diploma levels as well as at the doctoral level. UG level Commerce courses offered to aspirants include BCom, BBA, CA, CS, BBA LLB, BBM, BSc, etc. At the PG level popular Commerce programmes are MCom, MBA, MPhil, MSc, etc. Generally speaking, UG courses in Commerce are of three years duration whereas PG programme are of two years duration. Among Commerce courses, students can consider selecting from specialized fields such as accounting and finance, banking and finance, accounting and taxation, actuarial science, business administration, applied economics, e-commerce, financial accounting, banking and insurance, human resources, entrepreneurship, accounting and auditing, etc. Commerce Eligibility and Top Exams Candidates can pursue a UG degree in Commerce if they have completed their 10+2 or its equivalent level of education in the commerce stream. Candidates who have studied subjects like accounts, Mathematics and Economics, etc. are also eligible to apply. To secure admission in PG level Commerce course, candidates should have completed their graduation degree in commerce stream from a recognised college/ institute.


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