- Master of Commerce (M.Com)
The two years regular M.Com programme offered by BSoC for furtherance of Commerce education, aims at opening up various career options to the students. The programme offers a balance between theory and practice focusing on its application in society. It offers an opportunity to avail experiential learning in the form of Internships and Project Work focusing on research. It enables students to get real life industry experience through Summer Internship programmes offered during their first summer break. Students are also oriented about research through preparation of specialized report in connection with their SIP.
The programme is designed to create job opportunities in a wide variety of fields including professional careers in Finance/Marketing/Entrepreneurship etc. It offers three specializations for students to choose from, in the area of Accounting-Finance, HR- Marketing and Banking-Insurance. In line with the changing Business & Financial environment, the M.Com course is continuously revised incorporating the emerging areas in business and also intends to provide different skill based knowledge to the students like Financial Planning, Financial Analysis & Modelling, Forensic Accounting & audit, Banking Technology, Corporate Tax Planning etc. In pace with the changing facets of the Indian economy, the course has been designed carefully to facilitate students to acquire knowledge and skills in their subjects so that they become employable in the market. Students opting for M.Com have a variety of career options in the job market, starting from Corporate (finance, accounting, budgeting and financial analysis), Banking, Insurance, Stock Market operation, Investment Banking, Financial Planning, Mutual Fund, Consultancy and Tax Practice including GST etc. Interested M.Com students after completing their course may like to opt for teaching or may avail entrepreneurial opportunities in the start-up sector of the market. Furthermore, the programme aims at enhancing the entrepreneurship skills of the students so as to make them self-employable.