The Department of Commerce has introduced Masters of Commerce- one of the most prominent courses in the field of finance. M.Com Post Graduates are required in various profiles including Corporate, Banking, Administrative, and academics.
|Admission Fee#||INR 5,000/-||–||–||–|
|Acad/Tuition Fee||INR 8,800/-||INR 8,700/-||INR 8,800/-||INR 8,700/-|
|Other Fees||INR 2,500/-||INR 2,500/-||INR 2,500/-||INR 2,500/-|
|Enrollment Fees||INR 2,000/-||–||–||–|
|University Exam Fee||INR 2,000/-||INR 2,000/-||INR 2,000/-||INR 2,000/-|
|Security Deposit*||INR 5,000/-||–||–||–|
|Total (INR)||INR 25,300/-||INR 13,200/-||INR 13,300/-||INR 13,200/-|
After M.Com a student can choose a career path according to their personal interest and predilection. The program is generally focused on different disciplines like accounting, actuarial science, business management, corporate governance, human resource management, economics, statistics, finance, and marketing or supply chain management. Other alternatives includes career in
In addition to this, M. Com post graduates can apply for jobs in the Govt. sector. All Masters in Commerce programs provides useful practical knowledge. Additionally, with the inputs of our Industry experts on our various academic councils, we ensure that our curriculum matches the dynamic corporate needs. Our academics also combines industry experience with cutting-edge research, so a student of M. Com at SGRRU is exposed to new ideas well before they’re published. Higher Studies Options after M. Com
After completing M.Com, students can go for various courses which includes:
Ans. The student may call the admission cell. She/he has to provide relevant reasons thereof and may request for an extension of dates to submit the DD for his/her registration. Final decision in this regard will be taken by the concerned authorities.
Ans. Final year students can apply and take provisional admission, but they have to fulfill the criteria in the first 2 years of graduation. Their admission will be confirmed once result of final year is submitted.
Ans. You will receive a letter from the Admission head. Details about fees/ hostel/ orientation and documents required will be enclosed with your College Admission Information Letter.
Ans. Yes, many colleges offer part time certificate courses in office management, foreign languages etc. However, it is advisable not to enroll yourself for any of these during the 1st year. In first year try to understand how your regular course works and you can plan about your certificate course accordingly.
Ans. No, all you need is to provide the necessary documents.
Ans. Yes. Admission in the college is based on first come first serve policy.
Ans. The University has no special quota for NCC/NSS in any of the schools.
Ans. You can get information about admission from the following sources:-
Ans. Yes, candidate must be present on the day of admission in the college along with all the required documents.
Ans. No, you cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or same course in different colleges. In case you take admission in two different colleges/universities at the same time, your admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses.