It is one of the most common undergraduate degree programs in the field of commerce, designed to inculcate business acumen in students. Being a specialization course it offers better opportunities and good packages and is highly valued in the business industry. This opens more opportunities in the field of finance.
This is a general 3-year degree course that is not subject-specific and students can choose a combination of subjects apart from a few core subjects. Here the subjects are taught with more specialization which brings more opportunity and hence more popular among the students.
Aspiring candidates should have completed a 10+2 equivalent examination in any stream from a recognized school board. Students must have studied and passed in any one of the subjects like accountancy, business studies, economics, or mathematics at an intermediate level.
The standard procedure for admission in B.COM (H) course in India is on the basis of cut-off marks fixed by the colleges. However many colleges also conduct entrance exams for their admission procedure.
There are various options such as pursuing an M.COM or appearing for CA examinations for a career in the profession of chartered accountancy or any other professional courses like CS, CMA, etc for a better career prospect or can find various jobs at a junior level.
There are a few job profiles for B.COM (H) graduates like an accountant, junior accountant, business executive, accounts manager, tax consultant, financial analyst account executive, business consultant.
BCOM (H) graduates are in great demand in auditing, accounting firms as well as in banks and insurance companies. They can also appear for government recruitment exams for jobs in the government sector.
Admission in colleges is done through major cut off in various exams