B.Com or Bachelor of Commerce is an undergraduate degree program that focuses on accounting, finance, economics, and business-related subjects. The course is usually of three years duration and is divided into six semesters.

Some of the common subjects covered in B.Com courses include financial accounting, cost accounting, management accounting, taxation, business law, economics, business organization, statistics, computer applications, and financial management.

About B.Com 

B.Com is Bachelor of Commerce. It is one of the most popular post graduate course opted my commerce stream candidates after qualifying 10+2. B.Com is available in mainly all colleges and educational institutions and candidates who wish to become bankers, accountants, financial advisors, economists etc.


Not everyone is eligible to do B.Com. You need to clear certain eligibility criteria that you need to fit into. This is the following criteria:

  • You need to have passed 12th standard in the commerce stream
  • 12th standard graduates from other streams may also apply based on the discretion university and college.


B.com is one of the most sought courses  after  12th. It has the duration of 3 years divided into 6 semesters. The course covers a number of subjects during its study period. B.Com mainly focuses on Accounts, Mathematics and Economics.

Subjects of B.Com

Subjects involved in the course of Bachelor of Commerce are as follows:

  • Accounting
  • Cost Accountancy
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Information Science
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Human Resource
  • Law
  • Marketing Management
  • Tourism

Types of B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce)

B.Com is an undergraduate degree in Commerce. Various types of B.Com are mentioned below:

  • BCom (General)
  • BCom Hons,
  • BCom Professional accounting
  • BCom computer applications
  • Bcom banking and insurance

BCom: Admission Process

The Admission Process for B.Com admissions involves various procedures at various institutions.

  • Direct Admissions: Direct admission for BCom course takes place without any entrance exams. Students are admitted on the basis of their marks in class 12 boards exams. The list is prepared after the boards exams release their results.
  • Entrance Exams: Some universities and colleges like Delhi University admit students to the Bachelor of Commerce course based on their marks in national or state level entrance exams like IPU CET, DUET, BHU, etc.


Cut-Date for Admission in Course

  • Various Universities have Different Cut off dates. (mentioned in Prospectus of University).

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