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     Rakesh varma 

    hello guys

    i m here today to know some details regarding graduation courses for commerce. as i have a target of achiving a seat in the commerce. so anyone could please provide me the answers to my questions in the answer section below for which i will be really grateful. so guys please help me with knowing these details. i need to know some details of all these. so guys please reply me

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    hello vaishnavi

    you are really interested in one of the interesting courses to take on. all the best and here are the details:

    Commerce is arguably the most popular academic choice in India and is one of the three central academic streams, the other two being humanities and science. While pursuing a course in this field, one acquires knowledge related to corporate finance, stock markets and the inner financial functioning of various profit and non-profit institutions and the economy, on the whole. The concept of trade and commerce consists of a wide range of interdisciplinary branches such as Accountancy, Business Administration, E-Commerce, Economics and Taxation laws etc. Since the Indian economy is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, the need for gifted specialists, who can add to the economic growth of the country, is also snowballing. To serve this surging demand, innumerable commerce colleges around the country are now offering quality education and training, to millions of students in this field. A commerce student can pursue a wide range of courses at any of the colleges mentioned below and have a chance at molding the country’s future in the coming years.
    Several colleges and institutes in India offer a number of courses in commerce at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels. At the undergraduate level, one can pursue Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com), Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) and Bachelor in Business Management/Administration (BBM/A) – all of which are available as part-time and full-time courses. At the post-graduate level, one can pursue Master of Commerce (M.Com), Master in Business Administration (MBA) and other specialized courses in areas such as Finance and Banking, Marketing and Entrepreneurship etc. on both part-time and full-time basis. There are a number of professional institutions/universities providing courses like, Chartered Accountancy (CA), Chartered Financial Analyst Program (CFA) and Company Secretary Program (CS), etc. for those looking to get into specialized fields.

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