Interested in the numbers game? Then a B.Com may just be your deal. The Bachelor of Commerce or B.Com is a 3-year undergraduate degree pursued after 10+2. It is easily among the most popular courses taken up by students completing their schooling. There are a number of colleges offering this programme, however, there are many institutes dedicated exclusively to it, such as Sriram College of Commerce in Delhi and Narsee Monjee College in Mumbai.
From accounting to finance and marketing, a B.Com is offered in a slew of fields related to business and management. B.Com admissions do not involve any entrance exams and are based on the student’s 12th performance. Besides numerical skills, the course also builds on soft skills that have become important in the business environment. After pursuing a B.Com, students can look at a host of specialization options in related fields such as international trade, business management, and even marketing communications. An MBA is an extremely popular follow-up to a B.Com degree. Many students also pursue Chartered Accounting or Company Secretary-ship alongside this course to complement their degree and increase their options for gainful employment.