• Location - GHRU Saikheda
  • Duration - 3 year
  • Course Type - Full time
  • Affiliated - UGC

A Bachelor of Commerce or B.Com is a popular course among commerce students. It is a 3-year undergraduate course. This course focuses on instilling knowledge about the core subjects related to commerce and finance in the students. The program is spread over 6 semesters and covers subjects like economics, accounts, mathematics, etc. Moreover, apart from the theoretical knowledge, the course provides practical training related to taxation, management and accounting to the students. Thus, the candidates become fit to work in the public as well as the private sector and handle finance and management related jobs. Also, make a name for themselves and earn their livelihood.

Course Structure


The eligibility criteria for this course is very simple, the candidate should belong to commerce background. They should have passed 12th boards from a recognized board.

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Admission Procedure

  • The University will publish admission notification in papers, the University's site, the notice board of the University, and other media before the beginning of each cycle.
  • List of provisional candidates chosen for admission / shortlisted dependent on merit will be shown on the notification board of the University/University's site/or the students will be notified directly of their admission after the last date of made application.The admitted candidate will need to produce a mark sheet of the passing exam within a month of the due date of affirmation.
  • The students can also apply whose results of the required exam are about to declare. They will get provisional seats. These students, nonetheless, should produce the previous year mark sheet/School/College certificate as proof for required qualification criteria before the due date. If a candidate failed to do so, the provisional admission of the student would not be confirmed. The provisional admission will be forfeit.
  • If an applicant admitted under provisional admission (by point (c) above) couldn't acquire the necessary mark to satisfy the requirement and qualification, then the temporary entry stands cancelled.
  • The application made by the student might be dismissed because of any of the accompanying reasons:
    1. The student does not satisfy the qualification conditions.
    2. The required fees aren't paid.
    3. The application form isn't completed or signed by the candidate and their parent, guardian, wherever required.
    4. Necessary documents for admission are not submitted.
  • Enrolment /Registration number will be allotted to the student by the University after confirmation and prepayment of several actual charges.
  • Admission rules as outlined by the University will be applicable for all admission procedures occasionally.


The future of a commerce graduate can be very bright. As a number of promising and appealing career options are available for them. Instead of working immediately they can also go for higher studies and gain expertise in their field of interest.

Further Studies:

MBA, CA, M.Com, CS are among the most chosen courses of B.Com graduates. All of these have high scope and job availability. Master of Business Administration upgrades the pay scale that one gets offered. The course is about managing aspects of business based on the specialization one chooses. On the other hand, Chartered Accountancy is considered as the best career option after doing a B.Com as it is very promising and prestigious. Furthermore, there are many more courses which one can do and make a good career.

Job Opportunities

Jobs are in abundance for B.Com graduates and career options are numerous as well. One can make a career in finance, banking, accounting, insurance and commerce. Moreover, they can also explore domains like teaching, income tax, law, advertising, journalism, management, etc. and establish themselves. Also, a B.Com degree is an ideal one for those who wish to pursue Cost Accounting, Company Secretary-ship and Chartered Accountancy.