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The Department of Commerce is a dynamic academic hub where students delve into the intricacies of business, finance, and economics. Professors impart knowledge through lectures, case studies, and practical applications. The curriculum encompasses areas like accounting, marketing, and management, preparing students for diverse roles in the corporate world. Research initiatives and industry collaborations enhance the learning experience, fostering well-rounded graduates ready for the challenges of the global business arena.

The Department of Commerce at Amity University Punjab encompasses the study of economic systems, trade, and business activities. It explores financial transactions, market dynamics, and organizational management. The key domains include finance, marketing, accounting, and economics. Students learn to analyse markets, manage resources, and navigate legal and ethical considerations. Commerce plays a vital role in shaping economies, fostering innovation, and driving sustainable development in local and global contexts.

The aim of the courses is to provide students with a solid foundation in accounting and finance, including interdisciplinary specialisation and thorough understanding of a wide range of accounting and finance topics. Basic knowledge of corporate reporting, taxation, capital markets, financial economics, investment and finance, company law and administration, and auditing are all covered in this course.

Course Duration

  • B.Com (H) – 3 years
  • B.Com (H) with Research – 4 years

Eligibility Criteria

  • B.Com (H) – 3 years
    10+2 or equivalent from a recognized education board with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks in any stream
  • B.Com (H) with Research – 4 years
    10+2 or equivalent from a recognized education board with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks in any stream


B.Com. (H) :- First Year: 1, 47, 000

B.Com. (Honours / Research) :- First Year: 1, 47, 000

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  • Accounting and Finance
  • Banking
  • Taxation
  • Economics
  • E-Commerce
  • Business Analytics
  • Marketing

Studying commerce in undergraduate level yields diverse learning outcomes, including:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of accounting and finance-related theories, legislation, regulatory frameworks, and practices.
  • Use critical thinking, show that you can read and understand financial figures, and offer solutions for challenging accounting issues.
  • Examine contextual and financial data to make well-informed judgements and assess how company decisions will affect various stakeholders.
  • Apply accounting knowledge in international corporate settings and solve accounting problems, assignments, cases, and projects with ethical and global considerations in mind.

There are several important benefits of studying commerce:

  • Diverse Career Opportunities: Commerce offers a broad range of career paths in finance, accounting, marketing, and management.
  • Global Relevance: Commerce skills are applicable worldwide, providing opportunities for international careers and business ventures.
  • Financial Literacy: Students gain practical knowledge in financial management, budgeting, and investment, fostering financial literacy.
  • Networking Opportunities: Commerce programs often facilitate networking with industry professionals through internships, workshops, and events.
  • Continuous Learning: Rapid changes in business require ongoing learning; commerce education instils a mindset of continuous improvement.
  • Job Stability: Commerce-related professions often provide stable career paths with consistent demand in various industries.
  • Entrepreneurial Skills: Commerce education nurtures entrepreneurial thinking and business acumen.
  • Adaptability: Commerce graduates often possess versatile skills adaptable to evolving business environments.
  • Problem-Solving Skills: The curriculum emphasizes critical thinking and problem-solving skills essential for decision-making in the business world.
  • Contribution to Economic Growth: Commerce professionals contribute to economic development by driving business innovation, financial stability, and sustainable practices.

Amity University Punjab, Mohali employs faculty members with a range of specialisations in commerce. They have a great deal of professional expertise and are extremely qualified. Additionally, they are really interested in teaching. Along with their expertise and aptitude, they also utilise their innovative teaching techniques and practical life experience.

Commerce graduates enjoy diverse career prospects, including roles in finance, accounting, marketing, and management. Opportunities exist in corporate firms, financial institutions, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. Specific roles include accountant, financial analyst, marketing manager, and business consultant. With globalization, commerce professionals are sought after in international business, and entrepreneurship offers an avenue for those inclined towards creating their own ventures. Some notable future prospects include:

  • Business Consulting Firms
  • Accounting Firms
  • Professional accountant
  • Tax Practitioner
  • Auditor
  • Banking & Insurance
  • Policy Planning
  • International Business/ Foreign Trade
  • Budget Analyst/Planning
  • Inventory Control and Management
  • Treasury & Forex
  • Merchant Banking and Investment Banking
  • iHigher Higher education in India/abroad
  • Pursue an advanced professional certification course
  • Join PhD programme in reputed universities/ research institutions

Programme Structure, Syllabi, Outline of Tests, and Course of Reading as follows

B.Com (Hons.)

B.Com (Hons.) with Research