B.Com (Hons.)

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  • Bachelor of Commerce (Honors)

    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, Birla Global University, Bhubaneswar offers 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. 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).

  • Programme Objectives
    • After completing three years for Bachelors in Commerce (Hons.), students would gain a thorough grounding in the functional areas of Commerce & Trade.
    • To create highly innovative competent professionals and self-employable.
    • To impart industry needed skill, problem solving and decision-making competencies.
    • Developing the ability of students to apply various theoretical concepts to practical situations.
  • Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) – A General View

    The University Grants Commission (UGC) has initiated measures to bring equity, efficiency and excellence in the higher education system in the country. This includes innovation and improvement in curriculum, teaching learning process, examination and evaluation system besides governance and other matters. In order to ensure physical and digital mobility of students across the country the UGC has introduced the CBCS system to be implemented by all Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the country. Specifically, the uniform Grading System is considered as a remarkable improvement over the conventional marks system. It ensures effective mobility of talent and also performance assement by potential employers. The entire course structure has been so designed that it ideally combines courses namely Ability Enhancement Course (Compulsory) – AECC, Ability Enhancement Elective Course – Skill Enhancement Course- SEC, Generic Elective Course (Inter Disciplinary) and Core Courses which are in conformity with the CBCS system introduced by the UGC.