B.Com. & B.Com. (Honours) Bachelor of Commerce

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B.Com. Bachelor of Commerce is one of the popular UG courses for students who pursue commerce in 12 standards.  There are two courses for commerce students, i.e., B.Com general or B.Com pass, and B.Com (Hons) or B.Com honours.
First, understand what B.Com. is in general or pass the course. It is a 3-year degree course, and the candidate chooses a combination of subjects apart from a few core subjects.
The (Hons) is taught extensively in colleges and universities, along with a specialization in the given subjects that students opt for.

As far as eligibility criteria are concerned, the difference comes in the percentage secured in 12 standards. Generally, the pass percentage is a little less than B.Com(Hons)
Many colleges conduct entrance exams for admission to their BCom (H) programmes.
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Subjects in 12 Standard:
The candidate must have studied commerce in classes 11 and 12, with accounting, business studies, economics, math, and English as main subjects.
The minimum cut-off marks criteria are subject to each college/university’s own admission criteria for that year.
Entrance Exam

Some Universities conduct entrance exams these follow-:
CUET-Delhi University
AMU Entrance Test CUET
Jamia Milia Islamia Entrance Exam
Banaras Hindu University – Undergraduate Entrance Test CUET
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test CUET

Optional subjects in Hons.
Financial Markets, Institutions and Financial Services
Corporate Tax Planning
Compensation Management
Consumer Relation and Customer Care
Business Data Processing-II(Theory)
Fundamentals of Investments
Business Tax Procedure and Management
Business Data Processing-II(Practical)
Apart from accounting & commerce and banking, finance & insurance, BCom (H) is the best course option for career and jobs in management, teaching, advertising, journalism, mass communication, law, design, public sector, etc. BCom (H) is the ideal choice for CA and CS aspirants.

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B.Com and B.Com (Hons.) are two courses that both come from the same academic fields. But their curriculum differs vastly as their approach to learning is different. Students need to be aware of the difference between both courses to make an informed choice about the program they want to choose. Following are some parameters of difference in both the courses.

The Objective of the Course
The commerce course is a programme with a course structure designed to make the student familiar with the various aspects of the commerce domain. They will learn how business and trading is done. Whereas, those pursuing the course of B.Com (Hons) have a business-oriented course structure designed to develop their business skills and provide them with in-depth knowledge of the field. For those wanting to pursue a career in Chartered Accountancy, this course would prove to be very advantageous.

Top Colleges for B.Com
Christ University
Mithibai Colleges Mumbai

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