A two-year postgraduate course in commerce, Master of Commerce or M.Com can be pursued by students who have completed an undergraduate course in commerce and related fields. The course content depends on the specialization chosen by the student, and a number of options are available to aspirants. These include accounting, banking, business management, international business, finance, marketing, and foreign trade among others.
Admission criteria depend on the college. While some colleges admit students based on their undergraduation results, others also require prospective students to appear in an admission test and interview. Hence, it’s best to shortlist the colleges you are interested in and check on their admission process in advance. After completing M.Com students can apply for jobs like management or account executive at various public and private firms, join banks, audit or accounting firms in various capacities, based on their specialization and skill.
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