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Duration : 3 Years to 6 Years
About Online B.Com.
According to the UGC data, there is an annual increment of 170% in the online education market from 2020-21. Some of the major contributors towards this growth are courses like MBA, BBA, BCom, etc. Universities and students are also relying more on online education these days ever since the UGC announced that online and regular degrees have equal weightage. While management education is more popular, other courses have also made a mark for themselves in the market. And today, we will discuss online BCom degrees.
Let’s see what the hype about the course is. An online BCom is a 3-year undergraduate programme that focuses on Insurance and Management, Accounting, Business Law, Economics, and Taxation. Looking at what it covers, we can say that it is a dynamic course that prepares students for the competitive world of Commerce and Finance. The course helps students to focus on the foundational knowledge of core subjects of financial matters. Additionally, universities have partnered with various industries for real time industry projects, internships, and other facilities.
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Why Should You Opt for Online BCom Over a regular BCom?
The rise of online education is evident. In fact, it is all around us. During 2020-21, we all have scrolled through Udemy, Coursera, and other e-education platforms and even enroled in one or two courses. Online education has truly become centric to our lives. In fact, as technology continues to advance, the concept of libraries and books seems bogus. Because for everything, today, there is Google.
The 21st century has seen many changes in the education industry so far and there are more to come. And this demands your contribution, you have to evolve with digitization if you want to stay relevant in the market.
Hence, here are some reasons why you should opt for an online course over a regular one:
Eligibility Criteria & Entrance Exams 2023
Subjects and Syllabus
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Business Mathematics – I||Business Mathematics – II|
|Financial Accounting – I||Financial Accounting – II|
|Mercantile Law||Fundamentals of Corporate Law|
|Business Communication||Principles of Marketing|
|Semester 3||Semester 4|
|Corporate Accounting – I||Corporate Accounting – II|
|Cost Accounting||Direct Tax – II|
|Direct Tax – I||Management Accounting|
|Business Statistics||Research Methodology|
|Individual Excellence and Social Dynamic||Auditing|
|Semester 5||Semester 6|
|Computerised Accounting System||Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management|
|Indian Economy||International Financial Management|
|Introduction to Econometrics||Ethics and Corporate Governance|
|Financial Reporting||Corporate Tax Planning|
|Fundamentals of Financial Management||Major Project|
|Job Roles||Average Salary|
|Consultant||INR 11 LPA|
|Account Executive||INR 4.56 LPA|
|Financial Manager||INR 7.08 LPA|
|Financial Planner||INR 3.6 LPA|
|Account Manager||INR 2.64 LPA|
|Financial Adviser||INR 3.6 LPA|
|Bookkeeper||INR 2 LPA|
|Research Analyst||INR 3.2 LPA|
A Step Above the Competition
|Course Name||Online BCom|
|Course Type||Bachelor’s Programme|
|Duration||3 Years and can be extended up to 6 Years|
|Mode of Learning||Online|
|Fee Structure||INR 10,000 to INR 1,00,000|
|Average Salary Offered||INR 4 LPA|
|Employment Roles||Consultant, Account Executive, Financial Manager, Financial Planner, Account Manager, Financial Adviser, Bookkeeper, Research Analyst, etc.|
FAQ’s - Let's Clear Some Doubts
Read on to find out the answers to all of your questions
Yes, you can study BCom in distance/ online mode. Universities like Amity University, Jain University, and others offer various online courses including online BCom.
Online BCom course duration is 3 years that spans over 6 semesters.
Yes, a distance/ online BCom degree has the same value as a regular degree. In September 2022, the UGC announced that both regular and distance degrees have equal weightage.
The students must have passed 10+2 in any stream from a recognised board.
For your BCom degree to be recognised, it should have the accreditation of the statutory body, that is, the UGC.