Bachelor of Commerce - B.Com.
Fees : Rs 20500 Per Year
(Certification In Petroleum Economics & Finance Management)
Hostel Fees 3500 Per Month
3 year degree course from SDSUV (SriDev Suman Uttarakhand University)
ScholarShip of 15000 for 80% & above in 12th
6 Sharing: 3500 Per Month
3 Sharing: 5500 Per Month
2 Sharing: 6500 Per Month
Very good course for Science, Commerce & Arts students after 12th class.
Generally speaking, after your 10th.Standard, you have choice between Arts, Commerce
and Science Stream. Whatever stream you choose will affect rest of your educational
and professional life.
Deciding to learn Commerce stream after your 12th.Standard, no matter even if you
were from Science background, can really be a great decision of your life. Popular
course like B.Com is perfect choice as it focuses on subjects and real-time commerce
scenarios in greater depth.
What is there to learn in B.Com?
When we use word Commerce, we are defining the act of exchange of items of value
of tangible products in-between individuals or companies and in return a medium
is used (normally money) to settle such exchange of products, services or information.
While studying your subjects in B.Com, you will learn the different principles used
by scholars, their strategies, laws, jargons and other related concepts. Here is
brief list what you may look forward to study:
1. Accountancy : Topic-wise, accountancy is categorized as Financial Accounting
( includes preparation of profit and loss statements, balance sheets, final accounts
for company, learning various national and international accounting standards, shares
and debentures, assets & their depreciation evaluation) and Cost Accounting ( includes
budgeting, process, job and contract costing , variance costing & other technical
terms which helps in cost control)
2. Business Economics: The subject matter contains many definitions, jargons
and proven techniques to understand economic importance of company or entire country,
on a broader scale. You will read about concepts of demand & supply, market categorization,
theory of pricing, law of returns, case studies to understand practical economic
situations and crisis.
3. Income Tax : This would include all that you have always wondered about
income tax. From basic concepts like taxing system in India, history, etc. to more
practical concepts like charging Income Tax, tax planning, deductions, laws, etc.
4. Auditing: Every professional institution has a responsibility to keep
their financial transactions legal. This is important to avoid accumulation of black
money, which is cause of economic imbalance in a country. An audit process is carried
out at every organization for the same purpose. This subject teaches the purpose
and practices used for declaring, valuating, and verifying the transactions, assets
and liabilities upheld by an institution, standard procedures of auditing based
on different organizations like clubs, hospitals, charitable concerns, educational
5. Finance in relation to Business: Business Finance relatively refers to
activities taken by organization for management of money and other valuable assets.
This management is vital in order to keep the company profitable. The finance students
learn the methods of account keeping, investing strategies and effective debt management.
6. Business Law: Laws are enforceable in every domain for smooth & consistent
functioning of any process. Business is no exception here. As a student of commerce,
you must be equipped with the knowledge of laws that prevails in the business world.
You should have basic understanding of Companies Act, consumer laws, labour laws
and many others to avoid any illegal practice.
7. Principles and Concepts of Marketing: Where there is money, products and
services involved, there ought to be marketing. Marketing is the plan of actions
for spreading awareness about ones products & services and in exchange, money can
be earned. To be a successful marketer, you should learn the various marketing strategies,
practical plans of various brands, channel of distribution, pricing and profit strategies,
For more details topics of subjects in B.Com please download the syllabus for B.Com
provided at the bottom of this page.
Job fields & opportunities after B.Com
There is no company, institution (private or government) or work domain who does
not need a B.Com graduate. This is because B.Com graduates are the ones who know
how to handle money and concerns of any institution. This says it all about how
vast is the job opportunities for B.Com graduates. Here is quick list about the
work you can take on after completing this Bachelor’s Degree:
• Tax Consultant
• Human Resources
• Stock Broker
• Finance Consultant
• Insurance Consultant
• Chartered Accountant (CA)/ Company Secretary (CS)
• Market Researcher
Apart from above mentioned specialist fields of work, you will be eligible to take
on other generalized job domains like Human Resources, BPO/KPO, Lecturer, Export/Import
Manager, Event Manager, Government jobs, Entrepreneur and of course, can further
pursue higher studies as M.Com