Course Description

Bachelor of Commerce, which is popularly known by its abbreviation B.Com, is an undergraduate course that is completed over a duration of three years. B.Com is among the most popular bachelor’s level programmes and is therefore offered in a vast number of colleges and universities. B.Com is the most preferred choice of a majority of the students who complete their higher secondary education in the commerce stream. The programme of Bachelor of Commerce is provided in the regular mode and through the mode of distance learning as well.

In addition to the compulsory subjects, students pursuing B.Com can choose their combination of subjects from those offered by the institute. Some colleges allow students to choose their electives in the second or third year of B.Com if they have performed well in their semester exams. Bachelor of Commerce is a programme that equips students with an in-depth knowledge of the field of commerce pertaining to the areas in which they choose to specialise.

Course Details

BCom is a 3-year UG program that focuses on subjects related to commerce and finance. BCom full-form is Bachelor of Commerce.

The BCom course is imparted in three categories, that are, BCom-General, BCom Honours, and BCom LLB. Both BCom General and BCom honours can be pursued from regular as well as BCom distance colleges. 

Financial Accounting

Business Mathematics and Statistics

Environmental Studies

Business Laws

Principles of Micro Economics (Elective)

New Venture Planning (Elective)

Economics of Regulation of Domestic and Foreign Exchange Markets (Elective)

Principles of Macro Economics (Elective)

Business Organization and Management

Language (English/ Hindi/ Modern Indian Language)

Indirect Tax Laws

Company Law

Corporate Accounting

Financial Markets and Institutions


Banking and Insurance

Investing in Stock Markets

Financial Analysis and Reporting

Indian Economy (Elective)

Income Tax Laws (Elective)

Industrial Laws (Elective)

Human Resource Management (Elective)

Cost Accounting

International Business


Auditing and Corporate Governance

Business Communication

Fundamentals to Financial Management

Consumer Affairs and Customer Care

Cyber Crimes and Laws

Personal Selling and Salesmanship

Computer Applications in Business

Principles of Marketing (Elective)

Training and Development (Elective)