BCom (Honours)

The Bachelors in Commerce (Honours) intends to prepare the students for their career in Accounting profession and BFSI sector. It aims to develop requisite knowledge, skills, and attributes in them to meet the challenges of the accounting, auditing, taxation, legal and BFSI sector domains. The programme focuses equally on theoretical and practical aspects of the above-mentioned domains, promote an attitude of life-long learning among students and prepares them to become a good professional. BCom (Honours) programme comprises six semesters (two semesters in each year). On successful completion of the six semesters, a degree of Bachelors in Commerce (Honours) is awarded. The medium of instruction is English.

  • Most updated curriculum
  • Experienced faculty
  • Guest lecturers from industry and other Universities
  • Specializations offered: I) Accounting and II) Banking, Financial
  • Services and Insurance (BFSI)
  • Two compulsory internships
  • Compulsory industrial visits
  • Excellent placement record
  • Continuous mentoring of students
  • Various sports and co-curricular activities for overall personality development of students

After completion of the programme, the students should be able to:

  • Apply their knowledge and skills in Accounting function
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills for Banking, Financial Services and Insurance sectors
  • Respond to the global opportunities and challenges in Accounting and Financial service sector
  • Duration – 3 years (six semesters)
  • Medium of Instruction – English
  • Credits – Total 154 credits
  • Courses – 2.00 to 6.00 credits (one credit equals one contact hour per week)

Over and above credit courses, Institute of Commerce offers a host of workshops and seminars to equip the students with the latest knowledge and skills in the field of commerce and business.

Working with a team and achieving individual and collective goals, together is quite important in the corporate culture. To acquaint the students with these, the ICNU, in association with AIMA (All India Mangement Association) conducted a four-day employability workshop for the graduating batch of BCom Honours.

The students learned about the techniques of preparing resumes. They were also emphasised on learning interview skills, various etiquettes required in formal as well as informal environment that included email and business etiquettes. They also learned about the individuals’ body language and the most important process of selection based on ‘Group Discussion’.
The institute also organised a five-day workshop on “Campus to Corporate” in association with KPMG, India for grooming the graduating batch to face the various stages of recruitment process as well as to hone their soft skills and make them industry ready for the jobs.

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