B.Com (Banking and Insurance) – As a Career Course after 12th/ HSC Board

Essence of the life is MONEY . Money, grabs people’s attention. Banking and Insurance is one of the most prospective sectors to establish your career.B.Com (Banking and Insurance) – Stands for Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Insurance.

B.Com (Banking and Insurance) is an undergraduate course in the area of Commerce. The course is offered with in time duration of three years.

This course will provide the students, a greater in-depth knowledge of different aspects of Banking, Insurance and other financial services and a thorough understanding of the practical application of the theory. Subjects studied under this degree are Business Communication, Environmental Studies, Business Economics Paper, Accountancy & Financial Management Paper and Mathematical & Statistical Techniques

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Eligibility for admission Banking and Insurance:

  • A Candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Insurance) Degree Course shall have passed XII std.
  • HSC board or the equivalent examination and secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of reserved category) at one and the same sitting.

Syllabus of Bachelor of Commerce In Banking And Insurance:

1st Year : 1st Semester ( 6 Papers)

  • Environment & Management of financial services
  • Principles of Management
  • Effective Communication – 1
  • Economics – 1 (Micro)
  • Quantitative Method – (1)
  • Introduction to Computer Systems

1st Year : 2nd Semester ( 6 Papers)

  • Principles and Practices of Banking and Insurance
  • Financial Accounting
  • Effective Communication – II
  • Economics – II (Macro)
  • Quantitative Method – II
  • Business Law

2nd Year : 3rd Semester ( 7 Papers)

  • Laws Governing Banking & Insurance
  • Financial Management -1
  • Management Accounting (Tools & Techniques, Focus on Banking & Insurance
  • Customer Relationship (Management in Banking and Insurance)
  • Information Technology in Banking & Insurance
    Organizational Behavior

2nd Year :4th Semester ( 7 Papers)

  • Universal Banking
  • Financial Management- II
  • Innovations in Banking and Insurance
  • Corporate Law and Laws Governing Capital Markets
  • Entrepreneurship Management
  • Financial Market (Equity, Dept, Forest and Derivatives)

3rd Year : 5th Semester ( 7 Papers)

  • Marketing in Banking & Insurance
  • Financial Services Management
  • International Banking & Finance
  • Financial Reporting and Analysis (Corporate Banking & Insurance)
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Auditing

3rd Year :6th Semester ( 7 Papers)

  • Strategic  Management (Banking & Insurance)
  • Central Banking
  • International Business (Banking &? Insurance)
  • Human Resource Management in Banking and Insurance
  • Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
  • Turnaround Management
  • Special Studies in Banking and Insurance (Projects)

Scheme of Examination Banking and Insurance:

The Scheme of Examination is divided in two parts

    A) Internal Assessment – 40% i.e. 40 marks

    B) Semester End Examination – 60% i.e. 60 marks

Colleges offering Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Insurance:

  • Adarsh College Of Arts and Commerce
  • Arya P.G College
  • B.N.N College
  • Bhadrak Autonomous College
  • Chaitanya Degree and PG College
  • Dnyan Ganga Degree College
  • Ghanshyamdas Saraf Girls College of Arts and Commerce
  • K.P.B Hinduja College of Commerce
  • L.S. Raheja College of Arts and Commerce
  • Lala Lajpat Rai College of Commerce and Economics
  • Sree Narayana Guru College of Commerce
  • Birla College of Commerce – Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Insurance
  • Dombivli Shikshan Prasarak Mandal K.V.Pendharakar College of  Commerce – B.Com (Banking & Insurance)
  • H.R. College of Commerce & Economics, Mumbai – Bachelor of Commerce in Banking & Insurance
  • K. J. Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce, Mumbai – Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Insurance

Job Types in Banking Industry and Insurance: 

  • Auditors
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Actuaries
  • Finance Managers
  • Budget Analysts
  • Financial Analyst
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Investment Analysts
  • Chartered Management Accountant
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Cost Estimators
  • Teacher/lecturer
  • Book Keepers
  • Entrepreneurship/Own Business
  • Business Consultants
  • Marketing Managers
  • Personal Financial Advisory
  • Stock Brokers

Job prospects in Banking Industry and Insurance: 

Graduates are being mostly hired by government banks for various posts on the basis of All India Examination. But any one from any stream is eligible to enter into this field by qualifying the Entrance exams which are being conducted by banks every year.  Banks generally look for those candidates who have good communication skills and have the ability to handle customers and basic knowledge about the industry. credit appraisal skills, managing huge loan files and foreign exchange.

Insurance sector jobs offer higher remuneration packages when compared to that of banking sector. In the insurance sector the initial level salary may fall with in Rs.17, 000-25,000/month. The candidates working in the sector can expect periodical review of salary with performance and proven expertise.


2 thoughts on “B.Com (Banking and Insurance) – As a Career Course after 12th/ HSC Board”

  1. i will complete b.com insurance and banking this year but i like theory paper more than accounting what should i do for getting a better job or higher study in [theory] insurance banking .

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