M. Com


The Post-Graduate Degree in Commerce specializes in commerce, accounting, management and economics and is a popular academic choice after humanities and science. It imparts knowledge on the inner workings of various financial institutions and business, trade, financial policies and the stock market as well as corporate finances and the general economy. Commerce as a specialization is much in demand to meet the ever-growing needs of the Indian economy, which is expanding exponentially at both national and international levels.

A Post-Graduate in Commerce can command high salaried jobs in public and private sector enterprises, banking, budget planning, education, industrial houses, marketing, capital and fund management, insurance, accounting, policy planning, foreign exchange, insurance and commercial firms.


  • Candidates who have passed the B.Com. or B.B.M. Degree examinations of this University or of any other recognized University as equivalent, securing not less than 50% marks in the Commerce subjects of Business Education over all the years (examinations of B.Com./B.B.M. course) shall be eligible for admission to the course.
  • In the case of SC/SC candidates and visually challenged students, the minimum percentage of marks requiredshall be less by 5% (i.e., 45% marks).


Four semesters spanning two years.


Semester 1   Semester IV  
1.1 Monetary System 4.1 Commodity Markets
1.2 International Business 4.2 Corporate Reporting Practices and Indian A.S.
1.3 Macro Economics for Business Decisions 4.3 Strategic Cost Management - II
1.4 Information Systems and Computers 4.4 Goods and Services Taxes
1.5 Advanced Financial Management 4.5 Dissertation
1.6 Human Resource Management 4.6 Viva Voce
1.7 Soft Core: Communication Skills    
Semester II   Semester IV  
2.1 Indian Banking Elective 2: Finance and Banking
2.2 Risk Management    
2.3 Advanced E-Commerce and Mobile Commerce 4.1 Commodity Markets (Common Paper)
2.4 Business Research Methods 4.2 Forex Management
2.5 Operations Research and Quantitative Techniques 4.3 International Finance Institutions & Markets
2.6 Business Marketing 4.4 Banking Operations and Management
2.7 Soft Core: Micro Finance 4.5 Dissertation
Semester III   Semester IV
Elective 1: Accounting & Taxation Elective 3: System Management
3.1 Business Ethics & Corporate Governance 4.1 Commodity Markets (Common Paper)
3.2 Corporate Financial Reporting 4.2 Artificial Intelligence
3.3 Accounting for Managerial Decisions 4.3 Distributed Computing and Applications
3.4 Strategic Cost Management -1 4.4 Data Mining and Data Warehousing
3.5 Direct Taxes and Planning 4.5 Dissertation and Viva Voce
3.6 Open Elective