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Christ University Department of Commerce


  1. Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)

  2. Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)


Eligibility : A pass in PUC (10+2) or equivalent is the minimum eligibility for admission.

Selection Process: Merit


The B.Com programme provides a strong foundation level understanding of the functioning of business organizations, commercial transactions and of various specialized operations such as accounting, finance and marketing by offering a comprehensive curriculum. The three year BCom degree program is divided into six semesters. It includes 35 core papers besides English & Language papers. Finance and Marketing Electives are offered in the fifth and the sixth semesters. Students are required to undertake micro project work during the fifth and the sixth semesters.


Year Karnataka TN /KE / AP / Goa Other State NRI
1 35000 INR 65000 INR 70000 INR 85000 INR
2 35000 INR 35000 INR 35000 INR 85000 INR
3 35000 INR 35000 INR 35000 INR 85000 INR


Eligibility: Admission to the programme is open to students who have completed PUC or 10+2 with not less than 60% in aggregate.

Selection Process: Entrance Test + Skill Assessment + Micro Presentation + Personal Interview


This programme caters to commerce aspirants who desire to build their professional competence on a higher plateau with specialized knowledge in the field of Business and Commerce. The BCom (Hons) programme of Christ University is a three year degree programme divided into six semesters. The programme includes internship, project, viva and inter-disciplinary certificate courses. The curriculum is developed duly considering the desired level of knowledge exposure in the context of ever changing environment in global business

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Year Karnataka TN /KE / AP / Goa Other State NRI
1 65000 INR 80000 INR 90000 INR 124000 INR
2 65000 INR 65000 INR 65000 INR 124000 INR
3 65000 INR 65000 INR 65000 INR 124000 INR


Semester I Semester II
Financial Accounting I Financial Accounting II
Business Management Human Resources management
Business Statistics Business Mathematics
Economics - I Economics - II
Business communication Business Environment
English-I English II
Second Language – I Second Language II
Holistic Development – I Holistic Development – II
Semester III Semester IV
Corporate Accounting - I Financial Management
Marketing Management Corporate Accounting - II
Indian Financial System Research Methodology
Practice of Banking and Insurance Management Accounting
Taxation Laws Entrepreneurship Development
Cost Accounting Principles of Auditing
Business & Corporate Laws Holistic Development – IV
Holistic Development – III
Semester V A Semester V B
Banking Law & Practice Auditing & Assurance Practices
Central Banking Corporate & Tax Audit
Laws of Insurance Accounting for Services
Life Insurance Policies Advanced Taxation - I
Banking & Insurance Company Accounts Tax planning & Administration
General Insurance I Accounting Standards I
Internship & Report Presentation Internship & Report Presentation
Environmental Studies Environmental Studies
Semester V C Semester VI A
Capital Market Operations Bank Management
Financial Planning & Control International Banking
Working Capital Management Risk Management in Insurance
Investment Management Monetary System
Management of Financial Services General Insurance - II
Strategic financial management Project Report-70 marks & Viva–30marks
Internship & Report Presentation Indian Constitution
Environmental Studies
Semester VI A
Accounting Standards II
Indirect Taxes
Public Finance &Taxation
Advanced Accounting
Advanced Cost accounting
Project Report-70 marks & Viva–30marks
Indian Constitution

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