DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
MASTER OF COMMERCE
Course: Post Graduate
Course Duration: Two year full-time course
Description: The Department runs the course of Master of Commerce since its inception in 2017. The rigour in curriculum and pedagogy has brought laurels to the department and this is one of the prestigious courses in the country in its own domain. With the prime objective of creating world class academic in the field of commerce and business, this course has very well responded to the needs of industry and administration. This gets vouched as Alumni of the Department are well placed in business, academics and administration all across the globe.
Masters of Commerce or MCom is a post graduate level course ideal for candidates who wish to make a career in banking financial services and insurance (BFSI) as well as accounting and commerce sectors. The 2-year course delves deeper into the functioning of the economy, capital, revenue, trade, taxes, etc. taught in BCom.
Since, M.Com is a specialized area in itself, only those candidates who have pursued BCom or BCom (H), can go for it. M.Com is also a good option for CA/CS candidates. However, not many CA/CS aspirants pursue M.Com as CA/CS courses can be pursued after Class 12.
M.Com or Master of Commerce is a postgraduate degree obtained by successful completion of the degree. M.Com course duration is of 2 years. After successful completion of M.Com, one can apply for P.hD and M.Phil in commerce if they wish to study further. M.Com provides higher knowledge about economics, commerce and business.
M.Com graduates can work in any of the sectors irrespective of their background. Both the government and private sectors provide jobs for M.Com graduates. Most of the colleges across India conduct entrance exams for admissions of M.Com course. While few colleges provide direct admissions as well.
M.Com graduates have various job opportunities in almost all the fields available. M.Com course graduates can work as economic advisors, professors, chief managers in companies of their choice irrespective of the job sectors.
M.COM COURSE DETAIL
|Master of Commerce
|Course Duration of Master of Commerce [M.Com] is 2 Years.
|No specific age limit
|Graduate degree in Commerce
|Average Fees Incurred
|The average M.Com Course Fee in India is INR 5000 – 1 lakh per annum
|Similar Options of Study
|MBA, CA,CS, ICWA ETC
|Average Salary Offered
|The average M.Com Course Salary in India is INR 4 lakh per annum
|Accountant, Account Executive, Finance Manager, Operations Manager, Financial Analyst, Senior Account Executive, Senior Accountant, Financial Controller, Cost Accountant, Accounting Manager, etc.
MASTER OF COMMERCE
One of the most interesting stages in life that gives you an opportunity to explore is the „college phase.‟ My experience at TGI has taught me one fundamental thing – life is unpredictable. It might be good, it might be bad, it might be weird, and it might not interest you, but expect anything to happen. It is a perfect blend of joy and hardships. You meet different people, you interact with them, you learn about their cultures and grow as a person.
My department encouraged me to explore my talent & potential by providing an exceptional integrated learning environment. I am really grateful to my teachers who have changed my whole aspect towards learning. I express my heartfelt thanks to the institution for giving me the perfect opportunity to explore myself.
“I remember when I was entering my first year of college, I was extremely excited but at the same time extremely nervous. Reflecting back on the whole experience now, I would encourage incoming students to recognize that like anything in life, you’ll face both ups and downs throughout your college experience. The important thing to remember is to always try your best and not let the instances where you may have fallen short hold you back from continuing to work hard and reach your full potential. it is a massively rich campus with both great people and amazing opportunities. Take these next few years to really make the most of it.”