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M.Com (Accounting & Taxation)

M.Com (Accounting & Taxation)

Masters in Commerce (Accounting & Taxation) is a unique two-year programme focusing on accounting and taxation domains. The programme offers individuals an inimitable opportunity to gain comprehensive and in depth knowledge of accounting, auditing and taxation.

  • Market Oriented Curriculum
  • Small Class Size (30) for Interactive Learning
  • Case Based Learning
  • Experienced and Dedicated Faculty
  • Industrial Visits and Training
  • Three Months Compulsory Corporate Internship
  • Placement Support
  • Continuous Mentoring of Students
  • Various Extra and Co-Curricular Activities for Overall Personality Development of Students
  • Rich Digital Library Resources
  • Three Compulsory Value-added Courses
  • To provide students an in-depth understanding of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation.
  • To provide a systematic and rigorous learning exposure in Accounting and Taxation related disciplines.
  • To help students develop research skills relevant to Accounting and Taxation matters of a business.
  • To acquaint students with conventional as well as contemporary developments in the discipline of Commerce.

Upon successful completion of the programme, the students should be able to:

  • Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation matters.
  • Prepare, analyse and interpret financial statements.
  • Apply critical thinking skills to solve Accounting, Auditing and Taxation problems.
  • Act as an ethical & socially responsible professional.
  • Analyse, interpret and apply concepts of Accounting and Taxation for business decision-making.
  • Ability to work in teams with enhanced interpersonal skills and communication.
  • Deep subject knowledge and intellectual breadth.
  • Critical and creative thinking, and problem-solving skills.
  • Teamwork and communication abilities
  • Leadership potential and professionalism
  • Multicultural and ethical competence
  • Digital competence