Don Bosco Institute of Technology (DBIT), Okhla, is one of the top-rated GGSIP University B.Com (Hons.) College in Delhi NCR, offering Bachelor of Commerce (Honors), a three-year undergraduate program for students interested in commerce and management. B. Com (Hons.) is one of the most suitable courses for students who have an inclination towards commerce, business, and finance sector. The emphasis on quality and excellence has made DBIT, one of the best B. Com Colleges in Delhi NCR. The practical and industry-oriented approach of the course enables an individual to get well-versed in different aspects of the field. The extensive knowledge provided through the designed course proves beneficial for the ones aiming to gain proficiency in Accounts, Economics, Finance, Taxation, and much more. Regular industrial visits allow students to get overall understanding of the functioning of the corporate sector, knowledge-enriched programs and guest lectures by expert faculties and professionals from the corporate sector impart practical inputs to the students.
Moreover, students undergo summer training and prepare a report on the same and they also submit an industry-specific major project report as part of their syllabus. A hands-on experience is given to the students through classroom training programs in crucial subjects like Financial Modelling, Management Games, and Role-play activities.
50% aggregate in 10+2 Examination/Senior School Certificate Examination of C.B.S.E. as minimum marks for admission to B.Com (Hons.) with a pass in five subjects (One language and four elective subjects) or an examination recognized as equivalent to that. Pre-University Examination (Two years after Ten years of schooling) of an Indian School/College.
Students must appear for Common Entrance Test conducted by GGSIP University, Delhi. CET-qualified applicants shall be considered for admission, through University Counselling, subject to fulfillment of eligibility and admission criteria.
The B. Com (Hons.) program is a three-year course divided into six semesters.
(With effect from 2017) A student is required to complete 140 credits for the completion of the course. However, for the award of the degree, even 132 credits would be enough.
(With effect from 2021) A student is required to complete 142 credits for the completion of the course. Even if 134 credits only are completed still the degree can be secured.