B.Com. in Co-operation is a 3-year full-time undergraduate course, the minimum eligibility for admission to which is the successful completion of the Senior Secondary (10+2) level of education with a minimum aggregate score of 45%.
The program is spread over 6 semesters, with 5 comprising theoretical lessons, and the final semester consisting of training based on the student’s chosen stream.
The average tuition fee charged in India for the course ranges between INR 5,000 and 2 Lacs, for a span of three years.
Admission to the course is based on the merit obtained/ candidate’s performance in a relevant entrance test, followed by a round of counselling.
Such graduates are hired in capacities such as:
Industries such as business consultancies, educational institutes, industrial houses, public accounting firms, policy planning, foreign trade, banks, budget planning, inventory control, merchant banking, and marketing, etc. hire such professionals.
The average annual salary offered in India to successful graduates of the course ranges between INR 2 and10 Lacs, depending on the candidate’s experience and skillset.
Listed here are the major highlights of the course.
|Examination Type||Semester System|
|Eligibility||10+2 with a minimum of 45 % marks in aggregate|
|Admission Process||Merit-based/ Based on counselling after qualification of entrance tests.|
|Course Fee||INR 5,000 to 2 Lacs for 3 years|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 2 to 10 lacs per annum|
|Top Recruiting Companies||Business Consultancies, Educational Institutes, Industrial Houses, Public Accounting Firms, Policy Planning, Foreign Trade, Banks, Budget Planning, Inventory Control, Merchant Banking, Marketing, etc.|
|Job Positions||Business Analyst, Finance Officer, Sales Analyst, Junior Analyst, Tax Accountant, Stock Broker, Economist, Business Development Trainee, and such.|
The course has been designed to equip eligible candidates with the requisite skills needs to operate in the discipline of Co-operation and Management of co-operative institutions and allied enterprises.
The course’s curriculum covers the concepts, history, and development of Co-operative Finance and Banking, Co-operative Auditing, etc.
Co-operative groups have the following features:
With a number of MNCs awakening to the untapped potential of the Indian rural sector in every field, the course has been designed to improve the understanding of management in students about the co-operative economic model. The curriculum consists of advanced lessons in:
This course is best suited for candidates who:
are able to manage co-operative enterprise
Listed here are the names and corresponding details of the top institutes offering the course in the country.
|Name of Institute||City||Average Fees|
|Concord Arts and Science College, Kannur||Kannur||INR 43,430 (course)|
|Navajyothi College, Kannur||Kannur||INR 68,000 (course)|
|ITM College of Art and Science, Payyanur||Payyanur||INR 45,000 (course)|
|Mary Matha Arts and Science College, Kannur||Kannur||INR 30,000 (course)|
|Sreekandapuram Educational Society College (SES College, Sreekandapuram), Kannur||Kannur||INR 4,50,000 (course)|
|Sir Syed College, Kannur||Kannur||INR 67,000 (course)|
|St. Marys college Cherupanathady, Kasargode||Kasargode||INR 10,565 (course)|
|St.Marys Educational Institution, Kasargode||Kasargode||INR 11,000 (course)|
|Institute of Management and Technical Studies (IMTS)||Tamil Nadu||INR 77,633 (course)|
|Periyar University||Tamil Nadu||INR 5,000 (course)|
|Khansa Womens College for Advanced Studies, Kasargode||Kasargode||INR 58,000 (course)|
|Peoples Co-operative Arts and Science College (PCASC), Kasargode||Kasargode||INR 50,000 (course)|
|Nalanda College of Arts and Science, Kasargode||Kasargode||INR 30,055 (course)|
|E.K. Nayanar Memorial Govt. College, Kasargode||Kasargode||INR 48,000 (course)|
|Govinda Pai Memorial Govt. College||Kasargode||INR 16,080 (course)|
Candidates wishing to apply for the course need to fulfil the following eligibility criteria
|Bachelor of Commerce in Madhya Pradesh||Bachelor of Commerce in Punjab||Bachelor of Commerce in West Bengal||Bachelor of Commerce in Haryana|
Most institutes offering the course in the country admit students based on their performance in a relevant entrance test. Some institutes conduct their own entrance tests for offering admission. Admission process generally varies across colleges.
A few institutes also provide direct admission based on the candidate’s score at the level of graduation.
Some such institutes that hold entrance tests in the country for admission to the course are:
A semester-wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated here.
|Language||Language Paper II|
|English||English Paper II|
|Core Paper I Principles of Accountancy||Core Paper III Cooperation Theory and Development|
|Core Paper II Business Organization||Core Paper IV Principles of Management|
|Allied Paper I Office Management and Secretarial Practice||Allied Paper II Mathematics I Elements of Econometrics|
|Environmental Studies||Value Education General Awareness|
|Financial Accounting||Cooperative Law|
|Cooperative Credit and Banking||Cooperative Production Trading and services|
|Theory and Practice of Banking||Cost Accounting|
|Allied Paper III Business Communication||Allied Mathematics|
|Skill-based Project||Business Mathematics|
|Paper I Office Automation Non-Major||Skill-based Project|
|SHG Management||Computer and Internet|
|Cooperative Management||Cooperative Accounting and Audit|
|Management Accounting||Business Law|
|Introduction to Marketing||Project Work|
|Skill-based Project||Skill Based|
|E-Banking Practices||Entrepreneurial Development|
Successful graduates of the course can explore lucrative career opportunities in finance and business-related fields or non-finance fields. Some such areas are:
BPOs, ITES, FMCG, banking, and insurance companies also hire such professionals.
Such graduates are hired for job roles such as the following:
Some of the popular professional avenues open to successful graduates of the course are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.
|Job Position||Job Description||Average Annual Pay Scale in INR|
|Business Analyst||Business Analysts develop technical solutions for business-related problems in order to advance the company’s sales efforts, beginning with defining, analyzing, and documenting requirements.||8,62,699|
|Finance Officer||They develop strategies for financial organizations by contributing recommendations to strategic thinking and direction, financial and accounting information, and analysis. Also, they establish functional objectives in line with organizational objectives.||3,39,950|
|Sales Analyst||Sales Analysts are responsible for preparing, collecting, and analyzing sales forecasts data in order to evaluate the given sales goals. They research and evaluate the going economic conditions that may affect the organization's ability to sell its products or services in the marketplace.||4,50,000|
|Tax Accountant||Tax Accountants prepare federal, State and local tax returns for businesses, organizations, and individuals. As such, these professionals are skilled in business concepts and government regulations. Tax Accountants get involved in any disputes or audits that affect their clients||5,58,000|
|Business Development Trainee||Business Development Trainees essentially help their companies acquire new customers and sell additional products or services to existing ones. The role is crucial for any business, for expand or diversifying the clientele.||5,63,674|