B.Com (Hons): a diverse course
Business, commerce, economics, job potential and lucrative recruitments are what attract students to B.Com (Hons).delhi Updated: May 12, 2008 13:15 IST
Business, commerce, economics, job potential and lucrative recruitments are what attract students to B.Com (H). The syllabus is structured. Students acquire a fair degree of proficiency in solving diverse problems related to business, economics and daily commerce.
Students think the course is easy and almost the same as class XII syllabus. But they should bear in mind that the course is vast and calls for proper attention, say experts.
Students can opt for MBA, CA., CS, CFA, ICWA, insurance, banking and some times, one's own business.
"The syllabus of the course varies from tax, law, business organisation and management to computers, ethics, statistics etc. which give students a chance to have a working knowledge with responsibility." S.K. Tondon, Lecturer, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce
"B.Com is a journey from textbooks to the real world. It is the most demanding course." Jayanti Ratawal, student of SRCC.