Master of Commerce in Finance & Taxation is a postgraduate Finance course. It is a two years duration program. It covers the study of principles of finance, financial planning, accountancy and economic theory along with a specialized focus on Taxation which is termed as a process of imposing financial charge (tax) on the citizens who earn ‘taxable’ income. In other words, M.Com. (Finance & Taxation) is a degree program in which, apart from a general course study in Commerce, primarily focuses on the systematic study of the concepts in the specialized subjects and topics related to the fields of Finance and Taxation and covers all types of taxes including Income tax, Sales Tax, VAT, Service tax, Property tax, etc and Tax laws & regulations.

No of Seats : 26
Duration : 2 Year


Graduation in Commerce/BBA/BBM with not less than 50 percent mark in the core groups (Core/main+ Complementary+ Open Course)

Program Structure

The duration of M. Com programme is two academic years with 4 semesters. Total number of courses for the whole M.Com programme is 20.

  • Core Courses : 17
  • Elective courses : 3

Fee Structure

Category Amount
Year I Year II & III
Tuition fee 18750 (one semester) 18750 (one semester)
Library 500 500
Exam fee 1250 1250
PTA, Annual, Sports 500 500
Other fee 1250 1250

Jop Opportunities

M.Com is a professional course which provides jobs in almost all the sectors. Every company or a top business organization requires highly professional commerce graduates in various capacities to run their finance, accounting and business department. Banks, consultancies, and auditing firms hire M.Com degree holders in large capacity for various job roles. Few of popular M.Com career options are Account Assistant, Business Analyst, Chartered Financial Analyst, Chief Executive Officer, Investment Analyst, Sales Manager, Investment banker, Operational Manager, Certified Public Accountant, Professional Accountant, Cost Accountant, Company secretary, Finance Consultant, Retail Manager, Company Secretary, Financial Advisor, Insurance, Stock Broker, Entrepreneur, Product Manager, Human Resource Manager, Budget Analyst, Accountant, Economist, Loan Executive, etc.

Further Study

For higher studies after M. Com, students have a variety of options to choose from, be it in the research, teaching or other industry specializations. Most common courses after M. Com are CA (Chartered Accountancy), CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst),CFP (Certified Financial Planner),PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) in Statistics, economics, Accountant, Finance, etc, MBA (Master of Business Administration)/PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management) /PGPM (Post Graduate Program in Management) to enter the corporate industry, CMA (Certified management Accountant), and others.