B. COM. (Bachelors of Commerce)


An applicant who has passed H.S.C Examination or an equivalent examination of any statutory Board of University with English as a subject is eligible for admission to 1st year B.Com Degree course. Change of subject once offered is not allowed, unless it is brought to the notice of the authorities within 15 days of admission.

F.Y.B.Com. – Number of Seats Available: 240)(Total No. of Subjects: 07)


  • Functional English (Theory & Practical)
  • Financial Accounting (Theory & Practical)
  • Business Economics (micro)
  • Banking & Finance
  • Additional English


  • Mathematics & Statistics/ Computer Fundamentals & Concepts
  • Business Environment and Entrepreneurship / Marketing and Salesmanship

S.Y.B.Com. Number of Seats Available: 240) (Total No. of Subjects: 07)


  • Business Communication
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Business Economics (macro)
  • Business Management
  • Elements of Company Law
  • Environmental Awareness


  • Business Administration I / Banking & finance I / Cost & Works Accounting I (Theory & Practical)

T.Y.B.Com. – Number of Seats Available: 240) (Total No. of Subjects: 06)


  • Advanced Accounting
  • Auditing & Taxation
  • Business Regulatory Frame Work (Mercantile Law)
  • Indian and Global Economics Development


Cost & Works Accounting Paper II / Banking & Finance Paper II / Business  Administration II

Cost & Works Accounting Paper III / Banking & Finance Paper III / Business Administration II



Specialized preparatory classes will be provided to the students aspiring for entrance exams of CA / ICWA / CS etc. by professional experts within the college premises.

Why one Should go for a B.com Degree? (Bachelors of Commerce)

Commerce is attached with all kind of business. Without the knowledge of principles of commerce, no industrialist can progress. Within the public or private sector, managerial expertise, highly valued and career advancement within the management sphere is supported by a recognized degree qualification in commerce. In fact, many professionals in sectors such as engineering, health services and education choose to complement their existing degrees with a degree in commerce/management, as this ensures career advancement and provides an integral understanding of the business aspects key to their sector of interest.

The B.Com programme at SSRACS focuses on decision making, management and technology within the business arena and is designed to give the student a strong foundation in the essential skills required for a successful career in business management. The B.Com fully equips students with both theoretical and practical exposures preparing them for a professional, commercial environment.

The degree is designed to provide the student with a wide range of managerial skills while at the same time building competence in a particular area. Most universities
therefore plan the degree such that additional to their major, the student is exposed to general business principles, quantitative analysis and organizational behavior.
The curriculum thus focuses both on academic subjects, such as statistics, mathematics and economics, as well as practical business subjects, such as accountancy,
law, management, marketing, finance, etc. Cooperative education programs are also common. For a comparison with other degrees in business and management,
see further under Bachelor’s degree.


The curriculum lasts three years in English medium to give an edge to understand global business..

Areas of Study

The Bachelor of Commerce requires a student to take the majority of their courses in business‐related subjects, namely the following.



Decision Analysis

Human Resources Management

Operations Management



Industrial Psychology

Organizational Studies

Business Ethics


Labor Relations

Financial Risk Management




Strategic Management



Management Science






Financial Markets




Benefits of B.com








Our B.Com programme provides graduates with:

  • A career path in commerce.
  • An understanding of management functions within the business environment.
  • A greater ability to communicate effectively, manage human resources and handlelabour relations functions.
  • A proficiency at interpreting and using numerical and statistical knowledge.
  • Expertise in the use of conventional accounting processes.
  •  An appreciation of ethical behavior within business practices.
  • Knowledge that is relevant to the economic context of the business environment.
  • An ability to perform research in the field of business management.
  • Skills that will boost their career and improve performance.

A B.Com graduate may pursue the following courses after graduation

  • Master of Commerce
  • Chartered Accountant (CA)
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  • Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
  • Certified General Accountant (CGA)
  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
  • Master in Business Administration (MBA)

Scope After B.Com (Bachelors of Commerce)

There are many career options and courses available after graduation, B.Com for commerce students like banking and finance, insurance, stock markets, capital markets, financial planning, CA, CS, CFA, CPF, ICWA, Equity Research, Accounting Etc.