The general rule is that you should expect to spend a minimum of two hours working on assignments outside of class for every hour that you spend in class. So imagine that you are taking 12 credit hours. This number of credit hours requires that you spend at least 10 hours a week attending class, along with at least 20 hours a week working on assignments outside of class (remember that this is a minimum). And you probably spend at least five hours a week getting ready for class and driving to and from the college. That's 35 hours a week as a minimum amount of time you need to devote to your classes, and that's about the equivalent of a full-time job. Now imagine having a full-time job as well.
After B.Com you can apply for many gov. jobs like In UPSC banks or you can continue your study with M.Com or some professional course like.
As you a student of B.Com so you can get job in BPO sector or in any company but having the knowledge of Telly & Accounts. Other wise you can try for some government sector jobs like civil services, Bank PO, Railway, Airport Authority etc.
Parents are requested to give a list of authorized visitors/local guardians. Visitors not mentioned in the list will not be permitted to visit the students in the hostel its good the mess arrangement of the hostel is compulsory for all the inmates without any exception i.e, no student is allowed to stay in the hostel without being a member of mess.
The institute believes that the true potentials of students cannot be realized through academics alone. The students need to be provided with opportunities for exploring and enhancing their talents in extra- curricular activities as well. Accordingly, our academic programs are backed up with appropriate co- curricular and extra-curricular inputs promoting culture, sports, self-governance, ethics and values all of which help the students towards becoming complete.
Synergized, result oriented and possessing the industrial experience as well. Moreover, most of the faculty members are PhDs, M.Techs, and other postgraduate qualifications.
We take every effort to encourage our students to participate in various social, cultural and sports activities. The college has its own cricket, football and volleyball grounds.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
Courses will provide students with an in-depth exposure to the fundamentals of commerce business organization, management, auditing, entrepreneurship, cost accountancy, operations management, business law, marketing, taxation, HRM, financial and investment management.
Participating in an internship is an important experience to complement the learning that your student is doing in the classroom. It can provide her with some good practical experience. However, there are many additional, somewhat more concrete reasons why your student may want to be sure to include an internship in her college experiences.
Campus walking tour with student guides, summer funded Internship student presentations campus sustainability tour roadmap to the world, international and domestic study programs competitions, festival guide.
LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS
Few college-bound students have the financial resources to pay for their post-secondary education entirely out of pocket. Even students with substantial college savings plans typically find that they are left with sizable amounts of unmet need. The average total cost of attending a public four-year college is more than $20,000 per academic year. Students planning to attend a private college or university can expect to spend more than $30,000 per academic year. A college education is a costly proposition, and all indications are that those costs are only going to increase.