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    Is Maths necessary for B.Com and M.Com?

    hello sir/mam
    is math necessary for Bcom and Mcom??




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    creed
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    Re: Is Maths necessary for B.Com and M.Com?

    hi friend..
    yes it is very necessary to have a maths as a subject in 11 and 12 class. because if you have no maths as a optional subject in senior secondary then you be not fit for b com & m com degree. all the institute and universities want's maths as a compulsory subject in senior secondary. maths is the base of the commerce subject. the main the topic of commerce in college are maths and account without these commerce subject is nothing.....
    thanking you




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    vinod7
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    Re: Is Maths necessary for B.Com and M.Com?

    HELLO FRIEND..........

    No Mathematics is not mandatory to apply for B.com &M.com. Any stream candidate( ie:- Commerce / Science / Arts) may eligible to apply for B.com course.

    So, with Mathematics subject may also get admission for B.com course in reputed college.

    B.com stands for Bachelor of Commerce. The duration of the course is for three years and the course is divided into six semester.

    B.com course having good scope in both the private as well as public sectors.

    Eligibility Criteria:-

    -You should complete 12th standard or equivalent examination in any discipline from recognized university.

    -You should score Minimum 50% percentage of marks.

    -You should age not more then 23 years.

    Admission for procedure for B.com course is based on the 12th board Examination percentage of marks and Entrance Examination which the Institution conducted by the Institution.

    If score good percentage of marks in 12th board Examination then you may get admission for B.com course reputed college .

    Best B.com College in India:-

    -Lady Shri Ram College For Women

    -Symbiosis College Of Arts And Commerce

    -Hansraj College

    -Madras Christian College

    -Christ University

    -Loyola College
    -Shri Ram College Of Commerce

    -St Xavier's College

    -NM College Of Commerce And Economics

    all the best...

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    Transformers
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    Re: Is Maths necessary for B.Com and M.Com?

    No Mathematics is not mandatory to apply for B.com. Any wing candidate ( i.e :- Commerce / Science / Arts) may eligible to apply for B.com course . So, with Mathematics subject may also get admission for B.com course in reputed college .

    B.com stands for Bachelor of Commerce.The duration of the course is for three years and the course is divided into six semester . B.com course having good scope in both the private as well as public sectors.

    Eligibility Criteria :-

    1.You should complete 12th standard or equivalent examination in any discipline from recognized university ..
    2.You should score Minimum 50% percentage of marks .
    3.You should age not more then 23 years ..

    Admission for procedure for B.com course is based on the 12th board Examination percentage of marks and Entrance Examination which the Institution conducted by the Institution . If score good percentage of marks in 12th board Examination then you may get admission for B.com course reputed college .

    Best B.com College in India :-

    a.Symbiosis College Of Arts And Commerce
    b.Hansraj College
    c.Madras Christian College
    d.Christ University
    e.Loyola College
    f.Shri Ram College Of Commerce
    g.St Xavier's College
    h.NM College Of Commerce And Economics.

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    frehman
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    Re: Is Maths necessary for B.Com and M.Com?

    Dear Friend,

    No,

    There is not necessary maths subject for B-com and M-com.

    It requires only 12th std.

    After that you can go for the B-com.

    It is 3 year full time course.

    After that you can go for the Master degree course like M-com.


    Thank You!!!!

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