B.Com. Financial Markets or Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Markets is an undergraduate Financial Service course. Financial markets are typically defined by having transparent pricing, basic regulations on trading, costs and fees and market forces determining the prices of securities that trade. Financial market relates to a mechanism, which enables people to trade financial securities such as bonds, stocks as well as commodities in the market. Course includes financial assets, markets and institutions; debt & equity markets; foreign exchange market and financial management. The duration of the course is three years and its syllabus is divided into six semesters.
B.Com. Financial Markets Eligibility
Pass in class 12th with minimum 50% (45% for SC / ST) or equivalent CGPA.
B.Com. Financial Markets Syllabus
Syllabus of Financial Markets as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.
Subjects of Study
Principles of Investment
Micro - Economics
Basic Computer Skills
Environment of Financial System
Principles f Business Management
S.Y.B. CM (Financial Market)
Equity Market I
Banking in Financial System
Computer Application in Investments
Corporate Finance II
Equity Market II
Taxation for Investments
Global Capital Markets
Regulating of Securities Markets
Foreign Exchange Markets
Computer Applications in Financial Services
Marketing f Financial Services
Mutual Fund Management
Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services
Those who want to know the concept and functions of financial markets, state the nature and importance of money market, state the nature and types of capital market, distinguish between capital market and money market, explain the nature and functions of a stock exchange are suitable.
Students could be able to explain the concept of speculation and distinguish it from investment, outline the stock exchanges in India and describe the nature of regulation of stock exchanges in India and the role of SEBI.
One must keep on updating the knowledge about the subject and the current global- national financial scenario.
They should have the love for numbers, good mathematical and analytical skills, knowledge of latest computer technology, integrity, problem-solving, decision-making and organization skills.
How is B.Com. Financial Markets Course Beneficial?
The course is beneficial to create additional avenue of self employment to the students & to provide suitable & trained persons for financial services sector, to prepare graduates to compete with the degree holders of private & foreign universities and to establish strong co-ordination between the services sector & the institutions of higher education.
The course is beneficial for students to move into areas such as MBA, M.Com., CA, CS, ICWA, Finance, Banking, Insurance, Consultancy and Computer Accounting etc.
They can also have jobs in the firms relating to make financial plans, to handle the liquidity or to even plan the acquisition of another company.
B.Com. Financial Markets Job Types
Credit and Cash Manager
Financial Market Advisory
Money Markets Dealer
Financial Research Manager
Financial Planning Manager
Financial Planning Consultant
Colleges and Institutes
Colleges offering B.Com. (Financial Markets) in India