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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Admission 2014 at B.S. Abdur Rahman University, Chennai

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Application has invited for Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Admission 2014 at B.S. Abdur Rahman University chennai.

About the Course:

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) is a three-year under-graduate course modeled to offer the student with a number of management skills and at the same time also building in them proficiently in a specific area. The Bachelor of Commerce is a career-oriented degree which provides a foundation in all aspects of commerce. Studying General Commerce prepares graduates for a wide range of careers in the business world. B.Com at BSAU is designed to provide the student with a wide range of managerial skills while at the same time building competence in a particular area. The program at BSAU prepares the individual for the modern financial and accounting field. Some of the career options include business management, business development, accounting, marketing and advertising, banking, management consulting, economic analysis, financial planning, foreign affairs, fund management, international business and trade analysis, government administration, policy formulation, portfolio management in the private and public sectors.


B.COM (GENERAL) DEGREE PROGRAMCandidates for admission to the first year of the Under Graduate Degree courses shall be required to have passed the Higher Secondary Examinations (Academic or Vocational Stream) conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu or an Examination accepted as equivalent i.e, +2 passed candidates with accountancy, commerce/business studies, economics/computer science, statistics/business mathematics..

Duration of BCom Course

3 years (6 semesters)

BCom Course Fee Structure :

Course fee per year- Rs,20,000/

Higher Studies options after completing BCom

Candidates who completes the Bcom can pursue the following post graduate(PG) courses for their betterment of their placement chance in their career.
* Master of Business Administration (MBA)
* Master of Computer Applications(MCA)
* Master in Financial Management (MFM)
* Master in Management Studies (M.M.S.)
* Master in Retail Management
* Master of Marketing Management (M.M.M.)
* Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development Management (MHRDM)
* Master’s Degree in Marketing
* Master’s in Business Studies (M.B.S.)
* Masters in Financial Management (MFM)
* Masters of Business Administration (Information Technology)- MBA-IT

Career Scope for BCom Graduates

Job prospects are available in various areas like programming, networking, system administration etc. There are many companies which specialize in these areas like WIPRO, TCS etc. But the scope is not limited to the IT companies. Most organizations whether big or small nowadays will have requirements in the IT sections. These include Banking sector, Telecommunication sector, Dairy Sector etc. It is important to select the job based on the profile interest. Many of the leading colleges do assist their students in finding suitable jobs. The opportunities available after completion of Masters course is higher. On gaining experience they can reach higher positions in their career.

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B.S. Abdur Rahman University
B. S. Abdur Rahman, (also known as B. S. A. Rahman) is the Vice-Chairman of Dubai-based ETA Star Group, one of the most powerful players in the UAE's real estate and trading sectors. He is also the Chancellor of B. S. Abdur Rahman University (formerly B. S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Engineering College), Vandalur, Chennai. B. S. Abdur Rahman is one among the prominent Tamil Muslims and a leading businessman in Tamil Nadu. His family is better known as the Buhari Group. His networth was estimated at $1 billion in 2005.
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