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Course confusion : Differnce between b. Com accounting and finance and. B. Com honours

- AdminUpdated On January 18, 2017 07:08 PM


B.Com(Accounting and Finance)- Stands for Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance. Typically, a B.Com is a three-year course, minimum eligibility for which is an intermediate(10+2) with maths, economics and accounts as subjects. Accounting is essentially the communication process through which financial information is passed to its users such as shareholders. Finance is essentially the science of managing funds. Subjects typically studied under this degree are financial management, financial accounting, business management, costing and statistics.

The Bachelor of Commerce with Honours (BCom(Hons)) degree is a postgraduate programme which can be taken by meritorious students. The degree involves intensive study, culminating with the completion of a research dissertation.

I hope this helps you and good luck.


- NidhiAnswered on July 21, 2016 02:14 PM
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