M.Com. (Master of Commerce)

The Master of Commerce typically requires two years of full-time study. The curriculum is generally concentrated on one subject area — such as accounting, actuarial science, business management, corporate governance, human resource management, economics, statistics, finance, marketing or supply chain management — and emphasizes underlying theory. Relatedly, programs usually include a thesis component,and may be exclusively research based.

Given this structure, the MCom differs from other business and management degrees: Its concentration on one area distinguishes it from generalist degrees, such as the MBA. Some universities offer the MCom in general management,although this is more similar to the Master of Management than to the MBA; see also Master of Business. As compared to specialised Professional degrees - such as the Master of Science in Finance or Master of Accounting - the MCom places more emphasis on theory, although sometimes less on practice; generally, though, there is a close correspondence between these degrees and the related MCom; see also Master of Science in Management.

Degree Structure

The duration of the degree will be Two Academic years comprising of two Semesters. Each Semester will be of 22 weeks durations

Eligibility Criteria

A candidate seeking admission to M.Com. 1st semester must have passed B.Com Examination of any recognized Indian or Foreign University with minimum 45% marks in aggregate or B.A. with Economics or Mathematics or B.Sc. with Mathematics or Economics with minimum 50% in aggregate from a recognized Indian or Foreign University. Those appearing for their final examination of Bachelor Degree Programme may also apply, provided they can produce their result at the time of admission.

Fee Structure

Fee HeadAmountFee Type
Tuition Fee30000Per Annum
Uniform4000One Time
Bus8000One Time (Optional)

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