FIMT-School of Commerce

FIMT- School of Commerce was established under the Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology in 2013. B.Com (H) is a three year undergraduate programme comprising of six semesters. syllabus and evaluation system followed as per Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University. Department of commerce is enriched with highly qualified and experienced faculties.

Bachelor of Commerce (H) is a three-year under-graduate course modeled to offer the student with a number of management skills and at the same time building proficiency amongst the students in a specific area. The Bachelor of Commerce is a career-oriented degree which provides a foundation in all aspects of commerce. Studying General Commerce prepares graduates for a wide range of careers in the business world. B.Com (H) is designed to provide the student with a wide range of managerial skills while at the same time building competence in a particular area.

SKILL YOU WILL GAIN

  • Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Managerial Skills
  • Decision making Skills
  • Marketing Skills
  • Analytical Skills
  • Numeracy Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Be proficient in the use of appropriate information technologies.
  • Research Skills

Your Future in B.COM(H)

Your Future in Journalism and Mass Communication
  • MASTERS OF COMMERCE
  • MBA IN FINANCE
  • CFA (CHARTERED FINANCIAL ANALYST)
  • US CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTING
  • FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT(FRM)
  • FINANCIAL MODELING
  • HEAD START IN INVESTMENT BANKING
  • COMPANY SECRETARY
  • COST ACCOUNTING
  • CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTING(CPA)

Student Testimonial

COURSE ENRICHMENT SKILLS

Workshops

Workshops

Guest Lectures

Guest Lectures

Industrial Visits

Industrial Visits

There are 6 Semesters in BCOM(H)

SEMESTER
1

Core Subject

S.No CODE SUBJECT
1 101 MANAGEMENT PROCESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
2 103 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING/b>
3 105 MICRO ECONOMICS
4 107 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
5 109 COMPUTER APPLICATION
6 111 COMPUTER APPLICATION LAB

SEMESTER
2

Core Subjects

S.No CODE SUBJECT
1 102 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
2 104 BUSINESS LAW
3 106 MACRO ECONOMICS
4 108 COST ACCOUNTING
5 110 BUSINESS ACCOUNTING
6 112 MINOR PROJECT REPORT

SEMESTER
3

Core Subject

S.No CODE SUBJECT
1 201 MARKETING MANAGEMENT
2 203 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
3 205 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
4 207 BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPO
5 209 BUSINESS STATISTICS
6 211 COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE
7 213 MANAGERIAL PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
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SEMESTER
4

Core Subject

S.No CODE Course Title
1 202 FUNDAMENTAL OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
2 204 AUDITING
3 206 CORPORATE ACCOUNTING
4 208 INDIAN ECONOMY
5 210 FINANCIAL MODELING
6 212 FINANCIAL MODELING LAB
7 214 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

SEMESTER
5

Core Subject

S.No CODE Course Title
1 301 INCOME TAX LAW AND PRACTICES
2 303 ENTERPRENURESHIP DEVELOPMENT
3 305 INFORMATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
4 307 INFORMATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT LAB
5 309 SUMMER TRAINING REPORT

SEMESTER
6

Core Subject

S.No CODE Course Title
1 302 PROJECT MANAGEMENT
2 304 GOODS AND SERVICES TAX
3 306 E- COMMERCE
4 308 E- COMMERCE LAB
5 310 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (NUES)
6 312 RESEARCH PROJECT

FAQs

Yes, it is possible for a science stream student to pursue a B.Com course. However, there are different B.Com courses. You can pursue a B.Com General course or a B.Com (H) course, which can be pursued an aspirant. While B.Com General course is open to all aspirants from different academic backgrounds. To pursue a B.Com (H) course, colleges require applicants to have studied and cleared Mathematics in the qualifying exam. Therefore, science stream students who chose not to select Mathematics as one of their subjects, may not be able to pursue a B.Com (H) course.
The minimum eligibility criteria for any B.Com course in India is to have cleared and qualified the class 12 board examination from a recognized board of education, such as CBSE, ICSE, State Education Boards or equivalent boards. For the second part of the question, as answered in the previous question, Mathematics is necessary for admissions to only the B.Com (H) course in India. While it may not be necessary for other B.Com courses, knowledge and practice of the Mathematics will surely be an advantage for any aspirant.
In terms of education, there isn’t much of a difference, however, one degree is considered to carry a little bit more weightage than the other. This is so because B.Com (H) is a specialization course, while, B.Com has been designed to provide general education in the field of Commerce. In other words, through B.Com (H), students will be able to specialize in different fields such as Finance and Accounting, Banking, Insurance, Taxation, etc. The in-depth education and academic curriculum provide the students with a wider range of knowledge and expertise in commerce and banking. On the other hand, B.Com as a course trains and produces qualified commerce graduates, capable of carrying day-to-day processes of commerce and banking. Under B.Com course, students are provided with a briefly detailed academic training of the different commerce subjects and fields. This subsequently trains them in all branches of commerce and banking.

Yes, pursuing an MBA degree after graduating from one of the B.Com courses in India is possible. However, many MBA Colleges in India take admissions to the course based on the scores obtained in one of the MBA entrance exams,viz. CAT, CMAT, MAT, XAT, NMAT, ATMA, etc.

This education route is the best possible combination for those who wish to pursue a career in management and are interested in commerce as well. With their expertise in commerce and management, graduates with a B.Com and MBA degree become prime candidates for recruiters who require specialists with knowledge and experience in the field.

Over the years, it has been a trend to see CA aspirants pursue B.Com while also attempting to clear CA exams as well. In India, it is also possible to pursue CA or Chartered Accountancy after completing your B.Com course as well. Those who do have a valid bachelor’s or master’s degree will be able to get direct entry to CA.

After completing your B.Com, a host of higher education programmes will be open for you, especially in the field of commerce, management and law. For those interested in expanding their career options, looking into postgraduate courses in management and law are the areas to delve deeper into.

For instance, pursue an MBA after completing your B.Com will help you land managerial positions in different sectors, meanwhile, pursuing LLB after B.Com will help you pursue a career path as a Corporate Lawyer.

Meanwhile, if you choose to pursue an M.Com after your B.Com, a set of new career options lie wide open for you, especially in the field of research and education. As after graduating from an M.Com degree, students will be able to attempt UGC NET, which qualifies them for Junior Research Fellowship or work as a professor or assistant professor in one of the commerce colleges in the country.

There are a host of job profiles that are available to the B.Com graduates in India, which include the following B.Com job options:

•	Financial Risk Manager
•	Government Jobs such as Civil Services, Indian Economical Service, Indian Statistic Service, Govt. Banking Jobs, BPOs, etc.
•	Business Analyst
•	Digital Marketer

				       
Yes, the students are provided with interpersonal skill development classes from time to time by experts from diverse fields. Such classes involve preparing students for appearing at job interviews, Group discussions, Personality Development, preparing BioData and Curriculum Vitae, Presentation Skill etc.
GGSIPU CET is a common B.Com (H) Entrance Test conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi.
Candidates should fill & submit the application form of GGSIPU CET B.Com (H) 2021 along with the application fee as per the necessary dates of GGSIPU CET B.Com (H) 2021.