B.Com with Co-operation

B. Com Co-operation course is an undergraduate degree in commerce, which equips students with the skills essential in Cooperation and Management of co-op institutions and allied enterprises. The UG course also enhances the candidate’s practical and professional skills to work in co-operate industries. B. Com Co-operation is a course designed by the University to groom students and fill the supply-demand in commerce.

With many MNC s setting up their offices in India’s rural sector, the course helps the candidates improve the understanding of management in the cooperative economic model. The study also helps the students fetch a job in cooperative banks since only candidates with cooperation as their optional subject can apply for cooperative banks’ jobs.

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B Com Co-operation

    B.Com Co-Operation is offered by  the Institute from 2004

    Entry requirements

    • B.Com Co-operation admission will be given to those students who will meet the following eligibility standards.
    • B.Com Co-operation eligibility criteria is, students must have passed 10+2 or any other equivalent examination from a recognized board with an aggregate of at least 50%.
    • In addition, students must have studied Commerce/Science/Arts in 10+2.




    Why Choose B.Com Co-operation

    Cooperation is a three-year-long undergraduate course designed to give students specialized insights into the world of co-op institutes and enterprises. The course is well organized to make students valuable professionals for the cooperative industry. This course imbibes in-depth knowledge on various aspects of commerce and cooperative systems. B.Com in Cooperation includes subjects related to both commerce and co-op like Cooperative Management, Cooperative Law, Financial Accounting, Economic Analysis, Cooperative Finance etc. Upon completing the course, the students can easily become Business Analyst, Finance Officer, Sales Analyst, Junior Analyst, Tax Accountant, Stock Broker, Economist, Business Development Trainee, and such.


    Scope of B.Com Co-operation

    In today’s economic age, there is a rising demand for more efficient co-operation and commerce systems and highly skilled graduates. Upon completing B.Com in Cooperation, students can work in various sectors like Company Law Assistant, Relationship manager, Assistant Manager/Consultant, Articled Trainee, Sales Officer Accounts, Accounts Assistant, Tax Assistant, Accountant, etc. Graduates can find jobs in both private and public corporations. Students can also opt for higher studies in M.Com or other related degrees and capture a more strong knowledge of the related business and commerce subjects.

    Business Analyst: The role of a Business Analyst is to build up practical solutions for business-oriented problems for sorting progressive sales of the company’s efforts, starting with modifying, analyzing, and documenting necessities. They guide companies in improving products, sales, softwares etc.



    Career opportunities

    With increasing economic developments, B.Com Cooperation graduates have a wide array of opportunities to choose from. Various jobs are available in both public and private organizations. Students can get jobs in various Business Consultancies /agencies, Educational Institutes, Industrial Houses, Public Accounting Firms, Policy Planning, Foreign Trade, Banks, Budget Planning, Inventory Control, Merchant Banking, and Marketing, etc. Students can also pursue higher studies or any other professional courses. Some job roles offered to graduates are:

    Tax Assistant


    Budget Analyst

    Financial Analyst

    Chief Finance Officer

    Accounts Executive

    Relationship manager

    Assistant Manager / Consultant