he Master of Commerce (M.Com) is a 2-year postgraduate or masterís degree course. M.Com has been one of the popular options for B.Com and B.Com (Hons) graduates in India as it offers an enhanced knowledge of business and management, which is essential for the smooth functioning of businesses and organisations. Through its extensive curriculum in the field of commerce, banking, finance, marketing, management, etc, the course is able to pave a path for future researchers, teachers, and professors.
|S.N.||Course Name||Subjects Group||Eligibility||Duration|
|01||M.Com.||Commerce||10+2+3 with Commerce||4 Semester|
School of Language Science
Pandit S.N. Shukla University
Navalpur, Distt. Shahdol M.P.
Dr. Anil Kumar Gupta
The Master of Commerce (M.Com) is a 2-year postgraduate or masterís degree course, designed to enhance one's skill and knowledge on commerce, finance, management, accounting and economics, and other related areas. Being a PG degree, M.Com is designed to ensure that the students receive in-depth knowledge and understanding of the various aspects of commerce and banking.
M.Com has a unique curriculum that allows the students to choose a blend of core and elective courses, thus ensuring that each graduate is uniquely trained in different areas, making them more desirable to recruiters.
Candidates who want to pursue a M.Com. course need to have interest in the subjects that they choose to pursue in the course. Students who have successfully passed their bachelor degree examinations (10+2+3) from a recognised College / Univeristy with commerce. The candidate must meet the minimum cut-off criteria for admission
M.Com. degree course applications are available either online from the University website or offline by visiting the Admissions Office of the university. The subjects taught in a M.Com. course varies on the basis of the discipline selected by the student. Candidates can view the subjects that they would need to study as part of their M.Com course.
Corporate financial accounting and corporate tax planning are few of the necessities of the modern-day business sector in terms of auditing the financial industry in the organization. Accounts Assistant, accountant, business analyst and financial analyst are some of the major recruitment areas in terms of employment perspective and are some of the most lucrative M.Com job opportunities.
Students can either pursue their career or further studies in statistics, taxation, accounting & finance, banking, insurance etc. Law school is a very common destination nowadays for recent postgraduates in commerce.
After completing MCom, a candidate can seek employment in the BFSI sector, opt for a teaching job or lecturer-ship or go for research. There are various job options for MCom degree holders in the private, public as well as government sectors. Nationalised banks, Railways, Income Tax and other such government departments are good options for MCom degree holders to aim for a secure and prosperous career.
Every business organization, whether it is an international conglomerate or a NGO, requires commerce graduates in various capacities to run their finance and accounting department. Banks and auditing firms hire MCom degree holders in large capacity.