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Unlocking Success: DAV University's B.Com. Programme Empowers Future Finance Leaders

Bachelor of Commerce (B. Com.)

The Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) programme at DAV University stands as a pinnacle of excellence in commerce education, integrating advanced concepts essential for thriving in modern business landscapes.

Through a meticulously crafted curriculum, students delve into areas such as financial analysis, investment management, international finance, taxation strategies, data analytics, and corporate governance, setting a strong foundation for their careers in finance, accounting, and related fields. The programme places a significant emphasis on preparing students for professional certifications, ensuring they are well-equipped to meet industry standards and excel in their chosen paths.


10+2 with minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST students)


3 Years

Flexible Pathways

At DAV University, we offer flexible pathways for students to tailor their educational journey according to their aspirations and commitments.

Those who complete the entire three-year undergraduate programme, accumulating 120 credits, are granted a coveted bachelor's Degree in B.Com.

Alternatively, students have the option to exit the programme at various stages, each milestone marked by academic recognition.


Students opting to exit the programme after earning a minimum of 40 credits get an undergraduate certificate in the relevant discipline/subject. This certification acknowledges their foundational knowledge and skills acquired during their academic pursuit. To ensure practical applicability, students must also accrue at least 4 credits in work-based vocational courses, providing hands-on experience through internships or apprenticeships.


Similarly, students who attain a minimum of 80 credits can opt to exit the programme with an undergraduate Diploma in the relevant disciplines/subject. Alongside academic excellence, students are required to earn an additional 4 credits in skill-based vocational courses, enhancing their proficiency in specialized areas and augmenting their employability.

Bachelor of Commerce (B. Com.) Honours / Honours with Research

The programme offers an esteemed pathway for motivated students to pursue Bachelor's Degree (Honours) in their fourth year.

Candidates maintaining a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 7.5 (75%) throughout the first three years are eligible to opt for Bachelor's Degree (Honours) with Research, a testament to their academic prowess and commitment to scholarly inquiry.

This pathway opens doors to advanced research opportunities, allowing students to delve deeper into their areas of interest and contribute meaningfully to the academic community.

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Professional opportunities

Pursuing a Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) degree opens up a wide array of career opportunities in various fields. Here's a list of potential career paths for B.Com graduates:

Cost Accountant

Analyzing costs of production and providing insights for cost reduction and efficiency improvements within organizations.

Tax Consultant

Advising individuals and businesses on tax-related matters, ensuring compliance with tax laws, and strategizing tax optimization

Company Secretary

Handling regulatory and statutory compliance for companies, including governance, corporate laws, and board meetings.

Sales Analyst

Analyzing sales data, market trends, and customer behavior to provide insights for optimizing sales strategies and improving performance.

Investment Banker

Advising clients on financial transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, and capital raising, and managing investments in stocks, bonds, and other financial instruments.

Financial Analyst

Conducting financial analysis, evaluating investment opportunities, and preparing reports to assist businesses in making informed financial decisions.

Stock Broker

Buying and selling securities (stocks, bonds, and other investments) on behalf of clients, providing investment advice, and managing investment portfolios.

Chartered Accountant

Providing accounting services, financial reporting, auditing, and taxation services to individuals, businesses, and organizations


Reviewing financial records, ensuring compliance with regulations, and providing recommendations for improving financial processes and controls.

Business Analyst

Analyzing business operations, identifying opportunities for improvement, and implementing strategies to enhance efficiency and profitability.

Business Development Trainee

Assisting in identifying new business opportunities, building relationships with clients, and contributing to the growth and expansion of the business.

These are just a few examples, and B.Com graduates may explore various other career paths based on their interests, skills, and further education or specialization.

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