B.Com in Management Studies is a 3 year full-time Undergraduate Management course, Eligibility to which is 10+2 examinations with 65% marks from a recognized board.
Many colleges and institutes offer this B.Com in Management Studies course in India. Every college and institute has their own eligibility criteria, fees structure, and admission process.
Some of the top institutes and colleges are:
The average fee for this course ranges between INR 5,000 to INR 90,000 based on the student’s marks or scores obtained in their 10+2 examination or an entrance exam.
In this course, students understand how organizations work, how they have to manage in organizations, and how they should interact with local and national organizations. The duration of this course may vary from one college to another. In this course, candidates learn a foundation in human resource management and organizational behavior.
Admission for B.Com in Management Studies course is based on merit-list or entrance-exam. Many colleges select candidates through merit-list prepared by a university for this course admission. Some of the reputed institutes conduct entrance examination along with the personal interview for selecting candidates for course admission. Entrance exams may vary from one institute to another. Few colleges directly admit students for this course admission.
After completing this course, candidates may get opportunities in the areas of Retail management, management, business, banks, marketing, sales and services, consultancies, industries, etc. These graduates may work in positions like a Business analyst, data analyst, management analyst, marketing manager, production manager, etc. The average salary for these professionals ranges between INR 2 to 10 Lacs per annum based on their experience and expertise in this field.
Written below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Examination Type||Semester Type|
|Admission Process||Merit-based or Entrance-based|
|Top recruiting organizations||TATA, CISCO, Microsoft, DELL, Wipro, Accenture, Samsung, CTS, TCS, HP, LG|
|Top recruiting areas||Retail management, management, business, banks, marketing, sales and services, consultancies, industries|
|Top job profiles||Business analyst, data analyst, management analyst, marketing manager, production manager|
|Course Fee||INR 5,000 to 90,000|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 2 to 10 Lacs|
B.Com in Management Studies course gives a brief explanation of the critical management skills involved in planning, structuring, leading, and controlling an organization or industry. Major topics include in this course are Commercialization, Statistical research, Customer demands, Trade, and Labour market. In this course, students learn to suggest and diagnose some solutions for managerial and operational problems.
In this course, candidates understand managing an organization, learn to explore the principles of managing people in organizations, and how to develop a modern view through examine a part of the context. They also practice in the areas of job analysis, international human resources, employment law, and employee relations. This course will give students a clear direction into the job market for career advancement. This course allows students to obtain skills and knowledge for getting good positions in a wide range of organizations.
Given below are the college names, location and the average structure of the fees which will be taken by the college for this course.
|COLLEGE NAME||CITY||AVERAGE ANNUAL FEE IN INR|
|ABBS Institute of Technology||Meerut||INR 75,000|
|Birla College of Arts, Science and Commerce||Thane||INR 13,600|
|Clara’s College of Commerce||Mumbai||INR 16,941|
|Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Arts, Commerce and Science||Mumbai||INR 7,150|
|George College||Kolkata||INR 60,333|
|GR Patil College of Arts, Science and Commerce||Thane||INR 13,000|
|Guru Nanak College of Arts, Science and Commerce||Mumbai||INR 3,900|
|H.R. College of Commerce and Economics||Mumbai||INR 10,000|
|Himalayan University||Itanagar||INR 32,000|
|JG College of Management Studies||Ahmedabad||INR 10,300|
|Keshav Mahavidyalaya||Delhi||INR 9,864|
|KPB Hinduja College of Commerce||Mumbai||INR 22,000|
|Lala Lajput Rai College of Commerce and Economics||Mumbai||INR 16,941|
|Maharishi University of Information University||Lucknow||INR 70,000|
|Maris Stella College||Vijayawada||INR 5,992|
|National Post Graduate College||Lucknow||INR 10,000|
|NIMS University||Jaipur||INR 66,800|
|Indian School of Business Management and Administration||Chennai||INR 29,900|
For B.Com in Management Studies ourse eligibility, candidates have to pass their 10+2 examinations in science stream or an equivalent examination from a recognized board. Candidates who have passed their higher secondary examination with 65% of marks in science stream are eligible for this course. The percentage may vary from one college to another. Many colleges conduct entrance exam for admission selection. For B.Com Management Studies course lateral entry course eligibility, candidates have to complete their 3 years Diploma degree in any stream from a recognized board.
Admission forB.Com in Management Studies course is based on merit-list or entrance-exam. Many colleges select candidates through merit-list prepared by a university for this course admission. Some of the reputed institutes conduct entrance examination along with the personal interview for selecting candidates for course admission. Some of the major Entrance exams conducted by the colleges and institutes are
Entrance exams may vary from one institute to another. Few colleges directly admit students for this course admission.
A Semester-wise syllabus for Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] (Management Studies)is given below. The syllabus may vary from one college to other.
|SEMESTER I||SEMESTER II|
|Foundation of Human skills||Principles of Management I|
|Introduction to Financial Accounts||Introduction to Computers|
|Business Law||Business Environment|
|Business Statistics||Industrial Law|
|Business Communication||Computer Applications in Business|
|SEMESTER III||SEMESTER IV|
|Managerial Economics I||Managerial Economics II|
|Business Mathematics||Marketing Management|
|Introduction to Cost Accounting||Business Aspects of Banking and Insurance|
|Environmental Management||Production Management and Materials Management|
|Management Accounting||Strategic Management|
|SEMESTER V||SEMESTER VI|
|Productivity and Quality Management||Public relations Management|
|Direct and Indirect Taxes||Human Resource Management|
|Export-Import Procedures and Documentation||Service Sector Management|
|Cooperatives and Rural Markets||Financial Management|
|Research Methods in Business||Elements of Logistics Management|
|-||Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility|
Management studies professionals work in the sectors like retail, finance, marketing, and sales. These management professionals can also work across management specializations as human resource managers, strategic managers, marketing managers, financial managers, and operational managers. Some of the Top MNCs also create job careers for these management graduates. They can extend their careers in Abroad too.
These management professionals can work in major areas like human resource managers, consulting, marketing industries, entrepreneurship, general management, operation management, and strategic management. These professionals can create their own consultancy which would be suitable career options for entrepreneurship. Few of them work in government sectors as traders, marketing executives in government organizations.
Graduates have work experience will develop their team business or marketing skills. They are responsible for imports and exports of products from one country to another. Some opportunities exist in analysis roles with graduates in public and private sectors. They may also prefer managing skills to get knowledge in creating their own resources for marketing business. They get more pay than the private sectors based on their experience in this field.
Given below are the major job positions, their descriptions, and the Average annual salary for each position:
|JOB POSITION||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY IN INR|
|Management consultant||Management consultants locate problems in management such as production, sales and supply management. They also find solutions for those problems which are found in management sectors. They use their knowledge and skills to provide advice and get expert help to develop specialist products.||INR 6 to 7 Lacs|
|Business analyst||Business analysts are responsible for planning, monitoring, assisting with the business case, translating, requirements eliciting, simplifying requirements, and managing requirements. They also play a key role by providing commercial solutions for the problems and testing the products. They can also invent new systems of the business, such as dispatching processes or stock control.||INR 5 to 6 Lacs|
|Data analyst||Data analysts are responsible for developing reporting processes, maintain automated data processes, monitoring audit data, and analyze data. They also gather information and understand the data, a document that information using appropriate tools and techniques. They can also create dashboards, benchmarking, and analyze data sets.||INR 3 to 4 Lacs|
|Project manager||Project managers are responsible for planning; budgeting and overseeing the specific project that their teammates working on. They may also work with management to make sure the scope of the project on time and other departments for support. They can also work in a various field of construction, advertising etc.||INR 9 to 10 Lacs|
|Forensic accountant||Forensic accountants are responsible for review reports, distribute, confer and identify problems and improvements. They prepare manuals, reports, new forms or equipment according to organization policy. They design, develop and recommend changes to reports. They interview personnel and conduct unit functions to train them.||INR 6 to 7 Lacs|
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