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what is difference between b.com and b.com hons?

what is difference between b.com and b.com hons?
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aru.chopra 2 years ago
Hi,

The B.COM (P) course is similar to B.Com (H). The difference lies in the fact that you can specialize in a certain subject in B.Com (H), but the B.Com (P) course gives you an overview of all those subjects taught in the honours course.

Also to be eligible for a BCom (Hons.) course you need to have studied mathematics in class XII which is not the case for BCom (pass) in most universities. It is always better to go in for an honors degree particularly if you wish to pursue postgraduate studies in that field. An honors course is more broad and consists of additional paper/s in the specific subject areas and so allows for an in depth study of the specific subject in all its dimensions while a pass course covers subjects in less detail.

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MSK70515 2 years ago
HI,

B.Com (H) is an undergraduate degree designed to inculcate business acumen in students. The course curriculum includes subjects like cost accounting, organizational behaviour and then one can specialize in fields like accounts and economics.

B.com (P) is similar to B.Com (H). The difference lies in the fact that you can specialize in a certain subject in B.Com (H), but the B.Com (P) course gives you an overview of all those subjects taught in the honours course.

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Pooja Kohli 2 years ago
Hi Piyush,

As very correctly stated by Aru, Honors degree is with a specialization whereas Pass will have all the 4 subjects of commerce but not a specialization.

I would like to add here that the most important thing which you need to keep in mind while choosing you career stream is your own capabilities, capacity to perform, interests and career aspirations. Although, honors definitely holds a better position in the job market but only if you feel that you can do justice to hons. programme you should opt for it.

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