Regularly industrial visits and guest lectures are arranged. Tally Training, Investment Lab and Business Lab sessions are offered.


The Master of Commerce (M.Com) is a 2-year postgraduate or master’s degree course offered in commerce colleges across India, designed to enhance one's skill and knowledge on commerce, finance, management, accounting and economics, and other related areas. Being a PG degree, M.Com is designed to ensure that the students receive in-depth knowledge and understanding of the various aspects of commerce and banking. Across India, M.Com has been one of the popular options for B.Com and B.Com (Hons) graduates in India as it offers an enhanced knowledge of business and management, which is essential for the smooth functioning of businesses and organisations. Through its extensive curriculum in the field of commerce, banking, finance, marketing, management, etc, the course is able to pave a path for future researchers, teachers, and professors. A graduate degree of 10+2+3 or 10+2+4 pattern under any discipline securing at least 50% marks in aggregate including languages from a recognized university in India and aboard is required to join this course.


  • Monetary System
  • International Business
  • Macro Economics for Business      Decisions
  • Information Systems and      Computers
  • Advanced Financial Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • SOFTCORE Communication Skills


Semester 2

  • Indian Banking
  • Risk Management
  • Advanced E-Commerce &      Mobile Commerce
  • Business Research Methods
  • Operations Research &      Quantitative Techniques
  • Business Marketing
  • SOFTCORE Micro Finance


Semester  3

  • Elective – I  Accounting      & Taxation
  • Business Ethics & Corporate      Governance
  • Corporate Financial Reporting
  • Accounting for Managerial      Decision
  • Strategic Cost Management – I
  • Direct Taxes & Planning
  • Open Elective


Elective – II Finance And Banking

  • Common Paper Business Ethics      & Corporate Governance
  • Financial Markets
  • Financial Services
  • Security Analysis
  • Portfolio Management
  • Open Elective


Elective – III System Management

  • Common Paper Business Ethics      & Corporate Governance
  • Relational Database Management      Systems
  • Data Communications and      Networking
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Open Elective


Semester 4

Elective – I Accounting & Taxation

  • Commodity Market
  • Corporate reporting practices      and Ind AS
  • Strategic Cost Management - II
  • Goods and Service Taxes
  • Dissertation


Elective – II Finance And Banking

  • Common Paper Commodity Markets
  • Forex Management
  • International Financial      Institutions & Markets
  • Banking Operations and      Management
  • Dissertation


Elective – III System Management

  • Common Paper Commodity Markets
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Distributed Computing and      Applications
  • Data Mining and Data      Warehousing
  • Dissertation