M.Com or Master of Commerce is a Post Graduate course n the field of Commerce and economics. M.Com in Finance and Taxation is all about principles of finance, accountancy, financial planning, economic theory, and taxation. It also includes financial charge, tax, taxable income and other related topics. The specialized topics of Sales Tax, GST, VAT, Income tax, property tax, service tax, Tax related laws, regulations, etc are also included in the course.
Candidates having excellent communication skills, general awareness, in-depth knowledge about taxation sector, market, properties, etc are suitable for this course.
The main eligibility criteria demands a graduate candidate holding B.Com degree from a reputed institute. Some institutes also accept candidates holding a degree in honors with accountancy, Business/ Management studies with prior knowledge about commerce, Economics, etc.
The minimum qualifying marks should be higher than 50% to become eligible for most of the commerce colleges.
Admissions are offered in different ways in different institutes. Reputed institutes conduct entrance test to validate the knowledge of candidates about the field. Some institutes conduct only interviews and some may take direct admissions for B.Com degree holders. All you need is to submit your filled application form before the last date. It should be completed in all manners including other documents and application fee.
The duration is 2 years of this course. These 2 years are divided into 4 equal parts known as semesters. Each semester is having 6 months duration.
Further Study options
After completing this course, candidates can pursue Ph.D. if they have research aptitude. Other options are short-term course related to the field of commerce and taxation like PGP-GFM, Post Graduate Certificate in Treasury and Forex Management, etc.
The course includes topics like Accounting of managerial decisions, advanced auditing and professional Ethics, Business environment, Advanced management accounting, business finance, etc. It also teaches about corporate accounting, corporate and allied laws, corporate tax planning and management, etc.
The Taxation part includes Direct tax laws, indirect tax laws, Audits, different tax and their calculation, etc.
Candidates also learn about globalization and business growth, financial reporting, economic environment of business, information systems control and audit, strategic financial management, etc in this course.
These candidates have excellent job options and they can work as an Auditing clerk, corporate analyst, investment analyst, marketing manager, budget analyst, accountant, equity research analyst, investment banker, etc very easily.
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