Masters of Commerce or MCom is a post graduate level course suited for applicants who wish to make a profession in financial sector, banking related areas and insurance (BFSI) as well as accountancy and other commerce related areas. The 2-year course digs further into the working of the economy, capital, income, exchange, charges, and so on, as an extension to the things covered in BCom.
Since, MCom is a specific field in itself, just those students who have completed BCom or BCom (H), can pursue it. MCom is likewise a decent alternative for CA/CS aspirants. Be that as it may, relatively few CA/CS aspirants go for MCom as CA/CS courses can be pursued directly after 12th and MCom can only be done after completion of 3-yrs BCom.
MCom is generally well known among aspiring teachers/professors and research-minded academicians. UGC-NET/JRF and PhD are among popular choices for MCom degree holders.
CAREERS AND JOBS
After finishing MCom, a student can look forward to work in the BFSI sector, research field or lecturership. There are different occupation choices for MCom degree holders in private as well as government organizations. Nationalized banks, Railways, Income Tax and other such government offices prefer choices for MCom degree holders to aim for a secure and prosperous career.
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