Duration: 3 years
Bachelor of Commerce in Computer Applications is an undergraduate Commerce course. Computer Applications is a application software which is designed to help the user to perform specific tasks. Bachelor of Commerce in Computer Applications is generally three academic year degree course and may also differentiate from place to place. It may be provided on part time basis by certain institutes. After completing the degree course candidates can find many career opportunities in different fields and its duration is three years.
B.Com. Computer Applications Eligibility:
1. A candidate willing to have B.Com Course in a subject must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate and 45% marks in the subject or related subject at the previous qualifying examination.
2. Candidates who have passed the Higher Secondary (10+2) Vocational Examination in Business and Commerce.
3. The marks of admission for this course may vary from college to college. In various colleges it conducts entrance exams plus interview and percentage of 12th class for the admission of students.
COURSE NAME: B.Com (General)
LEVEL : Undergraduate
AWARDING BODY: Osmania University
Commerce education plays a very important role in the changing business world. It is the most important key to success in all sectors of economy. The pace of globalization, liberalization and privatization has tremendously influenced the various dimensions of Commerce education.
The Curriculum of B.Com is focused on imparting strong subject-matter expertise to students in basic theories, principles, methods and procedures of commerce and accounting. It makes students aware of social, economic and political problems relating to business concerns and helps in applying economic principles while making business decisions.
Business Organisation and Management
Fundamentals of Information Technology
Indian Heritage and Culture (mandatory – non-credit course)
Human Values and Professional Ethics (mandatory – non-credit course)
Financial Services – Banking and Insurance
Environmental Studies (mandatory – non-credit course)
Cost & Management Accounting
Science & Civilisation (Non Credit)