M.Com is Master of Commerce which is a post graduate degree. M.Com in Banking is solely dedicated to teach about banking sector including Banking Law, Business Policy, Commercial Bank Management, Financial Markets, Taxes (Direct and Indirect), Investment Management, International Banking, etc.
The main part of commerce is also included in the course which is actually required for better understanding about accounts and banking.
The course can be done in regular (full time) as well as in distance learning mode (Part time).
Bachelor's degree is the main requirement for this course. Graduates from the field of commerce (who have done B.Com./ B.Com (A&F) / B.Com (B&I) / BMS) are eligible for this course. The minimum qualifying marks may vary from one institute to other and candidates are advised to check the same before applying for the course at any institute.
The admission is simple and requires submission of duly filled application form enclosed with other documents like academic testimonials and application fee.
M.Com in Banking has a 2 years duration. These 2 years are divided into 4 semesters.
Further study options
M.Com is a post graduate degree which prepares candidates to enter in their respective professional life, so there is no special requirement for further studies. Interested candidates can go for research based courses like PhD and M.Phil
Other short term courses related to Banking can also be pursued like Certification in Forex. Candidates can prepare for Banking examinations as government banks conduct recruitment examinations every year on national level for various designations.
The course includes topics like Business Policy & Strategic Management, Commercial Bank Management, Financial Service, Economics of Global Trade and Finance and many more.
Other topics like Investment Management, Financial Markets in India, Research Methodology and International Finance are included in the course to have better understanding of concepts.
The history of banking sector- that is Pre-nationalization and Post-nationalization Phases, Changing Role of Indian Banks, Role and Functions of Commercial Banks, etc are some complex topics of this course.
Candidates learn about different functions of the bank management like Organizing, Planning, Controlling, Directing, etc.
The main sector which attracts these candidates in Banking sector. Candidates can join foreign banks, private banks, government banks and other financial organizations as their choice and suitability.
They can join and accounting firm and can assist Chartered Accountants. Main designations in this field are Statistician, Relationship Manager, Stockbroker, Tellers & Branch Staff, Analyst, Corporate Banking Executive, Credit Control Manager and many more.
M.Com Banking Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year
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