School Courses

CBSE 11th and 12th Classes

1. Accountancy: View Syllabus
2. Business Studies: View Syllabus
3. Economics: View Syllabus

ICSE 9th and 10th Classes

1. Commercial Applications: View Syllabus
2. Commercial Studies: View Syllabus
3. Economics: View Syllabus
4. Economic Applications: View Syllabus

ISC 11th and 12th Classes

1. Accountancy: View Syllabus
2. Business Studies: View Syllabus
3. Commerce: View Syllabus
4. Economics: View Syllabus

About Subjects


Accountancy is the practice of recording, allocating and outlining on trade transactions for a business. It provides an assessment of management concerning the financial outcomes and ranking of an establishment. Few accountancy tasks are recording classification and reporting of a transaction. When any information is prepared as a report for any individuals or companies use outside the organization, the process is known as ‘financial accounting’.

Business Studies

Business studies a vast subject in the social sciences, that allows an in-depth study of a degree of specialties. Such as finance, accountancy, marketing, and organization. It gives an individual a substantial foundation and understanding of how a business should be operated, and improve one’s communication, operation, strategy, and commercial activity skill.


Economics can be explained in different ways. It’s the study of shortage, the study of how people make the utilization of resources and counter to the incentives. It helps people to understand how an individual, companies, and government makes a decision on declared resources to satisfy each desire and requirements. It also helps determine how an individual or an organization should organize and coordinate with each other to determine the expected outcome.

Statistics for Economics

Many ideas economic theory, like functional relationship amongst variables, are asserted in terms of symbols, algebra, calculus, etc. To examine several economic and social phenomena events, economic theories are better understood and analyzed according to the appropriate numbers. These numbers, which is also known as statistics represent facts on the basis of a mass of figures. This statistics help is a comparison of facts. Students who are inclined towards athletics can choose Physical Education (PE). Opting for physical education as the 5th compulsory subject is a good decision. It is an easy and scoring subject (you can score 100) and students who find mathematics complex, can take it as an additional subject because it is beneficial for graduation..

UG Courses

B.Com (Hons)

The Bachelor of Commerce with Honours (B.Com Hons) degree is a postgraduate programme which can be taken by meritorious students. The degree involves intensive study, culminating with the completion of a research dissertation. The Honours programme must be completed in one year of full-time study.

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B.Com stands for Bachelor of Commerce. provides you wide career opportunities like Accountant, Auditor, Tax consultant and so on. Mostly the duration of Bachelor of Commerce Degree spans over a period of 3 years. A person seeking the Commerce Degree needs to study 5-7 subjects.  One can opt for various combinations depending upon the availability of choices in various Institutes. Bachelor of Commerce course is offered in many different disciplines to train candidates in a particular field.

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A bachelor’s degree in BBA in business administration is a course that can be done by the students after completion of their class 12. Bachelor of Business Administration is a very popular Undergraduate Degree in India.

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PG Courses

M.Com (Commerce)

The M.Com degree is a postgraduate course offered for graduates in commerce. This is a two-year course approved by UGC. The program is generally focused on different disciplines like accounting, actuarial science, business management, corporate governance, human resource management, economics, statistics, finance, marketing or supply chain management.

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M.Com (Applied Economics)

M.Com Applied Economics or Master of Commerce in Applied Economics is a postgraduate Economics course. Applied economics is a term that refers to the application of economic theory and analysis. 

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Master of Business Administration is one of the popular, TWO-year professional courses which is the ever demanding one in India. MBA is an Internationally accepted master of post-graduate level degree. The core courses in an MBA program cover various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations, and statistics and many.

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