About the Course
Bachelor of Commerce Honors (B.Com Honors) is a three-year under-graduate course modeled to offer the student with a number of management skills and at the same time also building in them proficiently in a specific area. The B.Com Honors is a career-oriented degree which provides a foundation in all aspects of commerce. Studying General Commerce prepares graduates for a wide range of careers in the business world. B.Com Honors at Bareilly College is designed to provide the student with a wide range of managerial skills while at the same time building competence in a particular area.
The program at Bareilly College prepares the individual for the modern financial and accounting field. Some of the career options include business management, business development, accounting, marketing and advertising, banking, management consulting, economic analysis, financial planning, foreign affairs, fund management, international business and trade analysis, government administration, policy formulation, portfolio management in the private and public sectors.
According to the guidelines of M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, the admission in this course strictly based on 10+2 Merit. The minimum 45% marks at 10+2 level needed for General and OBC Category applicants and 40% marks for SC/ST Category applicants. Presently intake of only 160 seats in B.Com Honors Ist year is available in Bareilly College Bareilly.
The 178 years old college has started B.Com Honors from this year (2015–16). We have appointed only 3 faculties for the Ist Year and fortunately all of them are Gold Medalist of University for different years. The teaching staff of B.Com Honors Department is well qualified as:
Dr. Priyank Mehrotra [M.Com Gold Medalist (2006–07), Ph.D.]
Dr. Mehwish Anjum [M.Com Gold Medalist (2007–08), Ph.D.]
Mrs. Vibha Tewari Joshi [M.Com Gold Medalist (2011–12), NET]
In addition of the above Dr. Praveen K. Agarwal has been nominated as In charge of B.Com Honors who is also Gold Medalist of B.Com (1977) as well as in M.Com (1979).