Commerce is all about the understanding of business or trade. It deals with studies of market, economics, fiscal policies, industrial policies and so on. Commerce is a broad orbit of interdisciplinary branches viz. accountancy, business administration, finance, economics, marketing, advertisement, e-commerce, and so many. The overall economic health of a nation largely depends on advanced commerce studies. In this academic arena, students pursue B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce), M.Com (Master of Commerce) and Ph.D (Doctor of Philosophy)

Commerce opens up many career avenues. Globalization, foreign insurance and foreign banks has created enormous job opportunities for commerce students. Chartered Accountant (CA) is still a coveted career. On successful completion of B Com, students get jobs relating business and finance. Professionals can apply for employment in finance sector like banking, company secretary ship, chartered accountancy, Cost and works accountancy jobs, etc. Commerce students get jobs in non-finance sector in the fields like mass communication, law, hotel management, etc. B.Com degree also serves as the stepping stone for MBA (finance). Commerce students can take a route of teaching after graduation and post graduation. Commerce students find career opportunities even in public services viz. Civil Services, Indian Economic Service, Indian Statistical Services, etc. Commerce graduates have a very exciting career option such as e-commerce. This career is well-suited to commerce students because of their sound understanding of business transactions.