Master of Commerce – MCom

Master of Commerce – MCom

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Master of Commerce, M.Com is a two year professional post graduate course. It is for those who likes to enter the finance and banking sector. It can be called as the best course for finance and accounting. In old days M.Com was people’s first choice for a master degree in commerce. Since the introduction of many modern courses, it has been opted by a lesser number of students. But, the syllabus updation and the rise in the banking sector is now attracting more students.

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MCom is a specialised area in itself. Hence, candidates who have pursued BCom or BCom (H), can go for it. MCom is also a good option for CA/CS candidates. However, not many CA/CS candidates goes for MCom as CA/CS courses can be done after Class 12.

MCom is most popular among teachers and researchers. UGC-NET/JRF and Ph.D. are among popular options for MCom degree holders. Admission to MCom in top universities is done through an entrance exam. In many universities admission is merit based.

There are many specialisations in Mcom. Like Finance, Mathematics, Finance, Accounting and Statistics.

MCom Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum eligibility criteria for MCom is a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in BCom or BCom (Honours) or equivalent from a recognised university
  • Some universities also induct students who have completed Economics (H), BBA, BFIA and BBE will a minimum score of minimum 60% aggregate or equivalent

Master of Commerce Syllabus

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What are the eligibility criteria for MCom?

50% for bcom students. BBA students may need 60%.

What is the minimum salary of MCom Candidates?

Initially 3 LPA. However, very soon they will get a minimum of 4 LPA. So, its a nicely paying job.


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