Economics & Commerce

Economics & Commerce

Academic Focus:

Commerce is regarded as the most important subject for the purpose of getting equipped for handling markets, its fluctuations, latest trends and how to explore the same. The knowledge of commerce lets individual and corporate understand how to tap the potential that exist in the market. It is a dynamic concept which gets changed with the latest developments in the industry. The focus is on building a structure which will help to analyse the business policies and rectify the flaws in order to introduce an implement a quality oriented commercial methodology. The Master of Arts (MA) programme in Economics reflects new developments in the discipline. The curriculum has a strong theoretical and quantitative focus with all students being trained in the use of computers and statistical software that they find useful in their professional careers. The Programme includes a number of elective courses which allow the students to pursue their varied interests and diverse fields of specialization. It lays special emphasis on developing proper understanding of the socio-economic problems and specific of North East India.

Career Scope:

All money related concepts are related to commerce and all the major industry and their policies are governed by the commercial activities taking place in the domestic as well as international markets. This is where one finds lot of opportunities in this stream. Commerce offers different kinds of scopes to become qualified Chartered Accountant, Cost Accountant, Company Secretary, Computer Accountant etc in different organisations which are considered highly lucrative. Growth opportunities are immense for a candidate who takes up commerce in higher education. There are a number of career opportunities in the field of Economics, which are in market research, equity research in the financial services sector, rural development, demographic studies and in the formulation of economic analysis and policies. It also offers career opportunities in Teaching, Indian Economic Service (IES), as Economist, Economic advisor or Econometrician, Researcher or Consultant, Analyst or Researcher, etc. • Data Analytics (Genpact , DunnHumby, Fractal etc ) • Banking (ICICI , Citi , American Express etc) • Indian Economic services • Public Sector units such as TERI , FICCI , NCAER , RBI etc. • Teaching & Research • MPhil / Phd • Take NET exam and become a lecturer in college • Do BEd and become a school teacher.

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Source:indianexpress