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The Statistics of Business

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Published: 19th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th January 2015 09:49 AM   |  A+A-

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The subject of Accountancy and Business Statistics deals specifically with business education that encompasses auditing and accounting. While Business Statistics looks intoeconometrics, financial regulations and financials of an organisation, Accounting will explore financial structure, analyse business data and taxation. Some focus points will be Tax Administration, Income from house property, business or profession, Cost Control and Budgeting.

■ University of Rajasthan

business-education.jpgThe University offers an MCom in Accountancy and Business Statistics. Some modules that you will study include Elements of Cost, Business Statistics, Fundamentals of Accounting and Financial Management and Control. These are the compulsory courses that you will study. Elective core courses are also available. Seminars, projects and field studies will also be conducted. You need to have secured more than 50 per cent in your Bachelor’s to apply for this programme.

VISIT: www.uniraj.ac.in

 

■ Maharaja Ganga Singh University

The Bikaner-based University offers an MCom in Accountancy and Business Statistics through its affiliated colleges. Some modules that you will study will include Elements of Cost, Business Statistics, Fundamentals of Accounting and Financial Management and Control.

VISIT: www.mgsubikaner.ac.in

 

■ Manikya Lal Verma Government College

Established in 1951-52 at Bhilwara, Rajasthan, the College’s Department of Accountancy and Business Statistics (ASBT) offers a BCom/MCom in the subject. The seats for MCom are limited to 40. More than 800 seats are available for BCom for three of its specialisations including ASBT.

VISIT: www.mlvgc.rajasthan.gov.in

Compiled by Kaviya Sanjeevi, kaviya@newindianexpress.com



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