What is Commerce?

Commerce is the field of study in which students who are interested in business, financial information/transactions, trading of economic values, merchandising and trading. Commerce act as trading conduct for economic agents. And Commerce plays a major role in magnifying the well being of citizens by providing beneficial goods and services.

Why Commerce After 10th?

  • The diversity that commerce as a stream provides is one of the main reasons that attract many class 10th students.
  • For instance, we can consider B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce) after completing class 12 board examinations. This 3 years undergraduate degree is like a fundamental foundation course. Post finishing it, one can pick from a wide range of Post Graduation professional courses and specialize in many other areas.
  • Commerce as a stream is a gateway that leads the students towards various professional courses after completing class 12. Chartered Accountancy (CA), Company Secretary (CS), Cost and Management Accountant (CMA), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Banking Sector, Teaching Profession, etc., are few famous carrier options for commerce professionals.

List Of Subjects For Commerce Students

  • Commerce as a course of education can be interpreted as a study of business and trade pursuits such as the exchange of goods and services from the producer to the final customer. The important subjects that are educated in the Commerce subject in class 12th, comprise Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies, Statistics, Mathematics and Informatics Practices. There are various combinations of subjects that the students can choose in their class 11 and 12. Commerce Subjects covered in class 11 and 12 are given below –
  • Class 11 Commerce Subjects Class 12 Commerce Subjects
    Accountancy (Mandatory) Accountancy (Mandatory)
    Business Studies (Mandatory) Business Studies (Mandatory)
    Statistics (Optional) Economics (Optional)
    English (Mandatory) Informatics Practices (Optional)
    Economics (Optional) Mathematics (Optional)
    Mathematics (Optional)