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B.Com B. Ed (Bachelor of Commerce + Bachelor of Education) is a four-year undergraduate integrated programme. Candidates who want to work in education or other commerce-related fields should take this course. B.Com B.Ed is pursued by those candidates who want to work as a commerce teacher at various schools.
Because commerce is such an important subject, B.Com B.Ed graduates have numerous job opportunities. A B.Ed degree recognises a student’s capacity to teach at various levels of education. In this course, economics, business, accounting, mathematics, and statistics are all studied along with B.Ed subjects.
The integrated course of B.Com B. Ed reduces the programme duration to four years and a candidate receives two degrees at the end of the programme. As a consequence of this integrated course, candidates will be able to save one year of their college.
|Course Name||Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Education|
|Short Name||B.Com B. Ed|
|Course Type||Integrated/ Dual degree|
|Average Fees||INR 80K to 1 lac Per year|
Eligibility Criteria for B.Com B. Ed
To pursue a dual degree in B.Com + B.Ed, candidates must achieve particular qualifying conditions. In order to be admitted to the course, students must meet the following requirements.:
- An applicant must have a 10+2 education from a recognised school or board in any discipline (Commerce is preferred).
- The applicant must have received a minimum of 50% (45% for reserved applicants) in all subjects in the 12th examination.
The admissions process for B.Com + B.Ed varies by college. While some universities allow direct admission to courses based on a student’s achievement in the 12th grade, others require a candidate to take an institute-level entrance exam to assess eligibility for enrollment.
- Amity University, Noida
- Starex University, Gurugram
- IGNOU Delhi – Indira Gandhi National Open University.
- JMI New Delhi – Jamia Millia Islamia.
- SRM University Chennai – SRM Institute of Science and Technology.
- MSU Baroda – Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda.
- LPU Jalandhar – Lovely Professional University
- Christ University, Bangalore
B.Com B.Ed Syllabus
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Business Organization and Management||Advanced Financial Accounting|
|Financial Accounting||Macro Economics|
|Micro Economics||Advanced Business Mathematics|
|Fundamentals of Business Mathematics||Computer Applications in Business|
|Educational Psychology||Assessment and Curriculum Planning for Students|
|Environmental Studies – I||Environmental Studies – II|
|English – I||English – II|
|Behavioral Science – I||Behavioral Science – II|
|Foreign Language – I||Foreign Language – II|
|Semester 3||Semester 4|
|E-Commerce||Statistical Methods in Research|
|Business & Economic Laws||Direct Tax – I|
|Corporate Accounting||Advanced Corporate Accounting|
|Cost Accounting||Advanced Cost Accounting|
|Education and Curricular Practices for Children||Educational Planning and Management, Curriculum Designing and Research|
|Communication Skills – I||Education in India: A Global Perspective|
|Foreign Language – III||Communication Skills – II|
|Behavioral Science – III||Behavioral Science – IV|
|–||Foreign Language – IV|
|Semester 5||Semester 6|
|Indian Economics||Financial Management|
|Corporate Laws||Principles of Marketing|
|Direct Tax – II||Human Resource Management|
|Learning Methods and Strategies for Teaching||Visual Impairment- Braille|
|Communication Skills – III||Foreign Language – V|
|Behavioral Science – V||Communication Skills – IV|
|Foreign Language – V||Behavioral Science – VI|
|Semester 7||Semester 8|
|Methodology of Teaching in Inclusive Setting||Teaching Strategies and Curriculum Adaptations for Children with Intellectual Disability|
|Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Assessment and Curriculum Planning||Curricular and Remedial Strategies for Learning Disabilities|
|Intervention and Teaching Strategies for Children with ASD||Teaching Mathematics/ Teaching of Science/ Teaching of Social Science|
|Learning Resource Project||Teaching English/ Teaching of Hindi / Teaching on Sanskrit|
|Teaching Practice in Special School||Behaviour Modification|
|Teaching Daily Living Skills and Assistive Devices||Creative Skills|
|–||Micro Teaching Skills|
B.Com B.Ed Career, Salary & Scope
B.Com B.Ed graduates have numerous employment options. Some of the main job roles that applicants can apply for after graduating with an integrated B.Com B. Ed degree include teacher, administrator, tutor, career adviser, interpreter, creative writer, and government worker.
After obtaining sufficient experience at a given school, you can become the school’s HOD of commerce. Graduates have a wide range of options for establishing their careers in the workforce, each with its own set of benefits. Aside from teaching, there are several other job paths that a person might pursue after graduating with a B.Com B.Ed. The following are some career options:
|JOB PROFILE||AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY (INR)|
|Teacher (Primary & Secondary)||4 lacs to 5 lacs|
|Educational Researcher||6 lacs to 8 lacs|
|Career Adviser||3 lacs to 5 lacs|
|Principal (Based on teaching experience)||4.5 lacs to 6 lacks content|
|Content Writer||3 lacs to 4 lacs|
Before applying for jobs in government or government-aided schools or educational institutions, an individual must complete a B. Ed programme as well as a state or national level test known as a Teacher Eligibility Test, such as HTET, NET, STET, or TET, according to UGC criteria.
Courses After B.Com B.Ed
After earning your B.Com B. Ed., you can go on to further expand your studies. You have several possibilities for extending your education. The following are the degrees and courses that can be pursued as a result of this:
- M. Ed
- PG Diploma (Teacher Training)
- PG Diploma (Management)