B.Com (Banking and Finance) is a 3 year graduate course, eligibility to which is a (10 + 2) or equivalent examination in any board throughout the country. Students must have also studied and passed in any one of the subjects like accountancy/ Business studies/ Economics/ Mathematics in the intermediate level. The student should have also secured a minimum of 55% in the exam.
Some of the main institutes that offer B.Com (Banking and Finance) are:
The fee for the course varies between INR 15,000 to 30,000.
The course provides basic knowledge in the field of banking and finance. The course offers the basics of banking, finance, regulations, Banking law, accounting etc.
Graduates of B.Com in Banking and Finance have a wide range of job opportunities like Banks, Business Schools, Credit organizations, Consultancies, Economic consulting jobs, Indian civil services, health departments, Insurance industry, securities industry and investments, Mortgage agencies etc. The opportunities are not limited to the said fields. Once completed, the graduate may pursue further studies or may take up said job opportunities associated. The average salary for a fresher ranges between INR 3.5 – 4 LPA and increases with experience and knowledge.
|Duration of the Course||3 years|
|Eligibility||(10 + 2) or equivalent examination in any board throughout the country. Students must have also studied and passed in any one of the subjects like accountancy/ Business studies/ Economics/ Mathematics in the intermediate level|
|Admission Process||Merit based|
|Course Fee||INR 15000/- and 300000/-|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 3.5 – 4 LPA|
|Top Recruiting Companies||Banks, Business Schools, Credit organizations, Consultancies, Economic consulting jobs, Indian civil services, health departments, Insurance industry, securities industry and investments, Mortgage agencies etc.|
|Job Positions||Accountant, Broker, Cashier, Credit risk Manager, Auditor, Equity research analyst, Loan officer, Market Analyst, Sales officer, sales manager etc.|
B.Com in banking and finance is about the basics of banking, accounting and Insurance. The course covers the basics of courses like security analysis, derivatives markets, financial management, risk management etc. these equip the student in dealing with a variety of financial problems in any particular sector or any kind of client.
The course offers a variety of courses and also the final project at the end of three years. There are a number of job opportunities with a lot of versatility and also ability to easily move from one to another job easily. The job opportunities and associated salaries are discussed below.
|Name of the Institute||Location||Total Fees(INR)|
|AKI’s Poorna college of Arts, science and commerce||Pune||10420/-|
|K J Somaiya College of arts and commerce||Mumbai||27435/-|
|K.P.B Hinduja college of arts and commerce||Mumbai||66000/-|
|St. Xavier’s College||Mumbai||15075/-|
|Symbiosis college of arts and commerce||Pune||52085/-|
|Stella Mari’s College||Chennai||88935/-|
|HR college of Commerce and Economics||Mumbai||30000/-|
|Sri Venkateshwara College||New Delhi||28770/-|
|St. francis College for Women||Hyderabad||30000/-|
Basic Eligibility is 10 + 2 or equivalent examination in any board throughout the country. Students must have also studied and passed in any one of the subjects like accountancy/ Business studies/ Economics/ Mathematics in the intermediate level. The student should have also secured a minimum of 55% in the exam.
Admission to the institute will be based on the total marks in the 10+2 examination. TIt is by merit to most of the institutions. Some Institutes conduct their own entrance exam followed by personal interview round for admission to this course
The three years of study is divided into six semesters and each semester has compulsory courses.
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Environment and Management of financial services||Principles and practices of banking and Insurance|
|Principles of Management||Financial accounting|
|Effective communication I||Effective communication II|
|Economics I (Micro)||Economics II (Macro)|
|Quantitative methods I||Quantitative methods II|
|Introduction to Computer systems||Business Law|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Laws Governing Banking and Insurance||Universal Banking|
|Financial Management I||Financial Management II|
|Management accounting||Innovations in Banking and Insurance|
|Customer Relationship||Corporate Law and Laws governing Capital markets|
|Information Technology in Banking and Insurance||Entrepreneurship management|
|Organizational Behavior||Financial markets|
|Taxation of financial services||Cost accounting of banking and Insurance|
|Semester V||Semester VI|
|Marketing in banking and Insurance||Strategic Management|
|Financial services Management||Central Banking|
|International Banking and Finance||International Business|
|Financial Reporting and Analysis||Human Resource Management In banking and Insurance|
|Security analysis and Portfolio management||Business ethics and corporate governance`|
|-||Project Presentation – Banking and Insurance II|
Career prospects of a historian and archivists are many depending on the level of expertise and inclination of practice. They are hired for profiles from cashiers to sales managers. The average salary is between INR 3.5 – 4 LPA. The employment areas are among Banks, Business Schools, Credit organizations, Consultancies, Economic consulting jobs, Indian civil services, health departments, Insurance industry, securities industry and investments, Mortgage agencies etc.
The job profiles for these positions range as Accountant, Broker, Cashier, Credit risk Manager, Auditor, Equity research analyst, Loan officer, Market Analyst, Sales officer, Sales Manager etc.
The compensation and salaries for these individual jobs are very area specific depending on the kind of music and the method of practice and also depend on expertise and level of operation.
|Job Profile||Job Description||Average annual salary|
|Equity research analyst||The role of an equity analyst is to analyze financial data and public records of companies, and use this analysis to determine the value of the company's stock and to predict the company's future financial picture. Most equity analysts are employed by brokerages or financial firms.||4 - 5 LPA|
|Account Manager||An account manager is a person who works for a company and is responsible for the management of sales and relationships with particular customers. The account manager does not manage the daily running of the account itself. They manage the relationship with the client of the account(s) they are assigned to.||5 – 6 LPA|
|Accountant||Prepares asset, liability, and capital account entries by compiling and analyzing account information. Documents financial transactions by entering account information. Recommends financial actions by analyzing accounting options||2 to 3LPA|
|Stockbroker||To manage the financial portfolio of your client; so this could be an individual or a company. On the advice of investment analysts, you'll discuss with your client, which shares to buy or sell to get them the best return on their money.||3 to 4 LPA|
|Auditor||Ensures compliance with established internal control procedures by examining records, reports, operating practices, and documentation. Verifies assets and liabilities by comparing items to documentation. Completes by documenting audit tests and findings.||4 – 5 LPA|
|Market analyst||Market research analysts perform research and gather data to help a company market its products or services. They gather data on consumer demographics, preferences, needs, and buying habits.||4.5 LPA|
|Sales Officer||Their primary job responsibilities are to explain, sell and execute banking securities products, and serve as a liaison between the bank and its securities customers.||3 to 4 LPA|
|Cashier||Receive payment by cash, check, credit cards, vouchers, or automatic debits. Issue receipts, refunds, credits, or change due to customers. Count money in cash drawers at the beginning of shifts to ensure that amounts are correct and that there is adequate change.||2 to 3 LPA|