Management, Law & Commerce Courses

Management Courses

Management courses include degree courses like BBA, MBA, PGDM and also many other stream types like Hospital Management, Hotel Management, Aviation Management, Event Management, etc. These courses train students with skills required to enter various skill based industries like Hospitality, Banking, Financial Marketing, Sales and Marketing, WorkForce Management, etc.

Types of Management Courses

  • Certificate: A wide range of topics ranging from Accounting and Marketing to International Business.

  • Diploma & PG Diploma: PGDM, IB, HRM, MSM (Marketing and Sales Management), etc.

  • UG: BBA, BHA, BHM, BMS, BTM, etc.


  • Doctorate: PhD in Management Studies, Operation Management, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, etc.

Law Courses

Law Courses are meant for those students who wish to study judiciary and law. The courses will help the students to develop skills like judgment, communication, and problem-solving ability. Law courses can be studied after 10+2. The courses have different specialisations like human rights, criminal law, etc.

You will be able to study the law courses either online or in offline mode. Each of these courses will help you to develop a highly prosperous career. The most popular course in law is the Bachelor of Legislative Law courses. It is taught in over 120 colleges across India.

Types of Law Courses

  • Certificate: Certificate Course in Human Rights, Certified Course in Intellectual Property.

  • Diploma & PG Diploma: Diploma in Taxation Law, Diploma in Labour Laws and Labour Welfare, Diploma in Labour Law.


  • PG: LLM

  • Doctorate: PhD in Law.

Commerce Courses

Commerce courses are pursued by students who have an interest in finance, trade, accounting, or economics. A candidate can pursue commerce course after 12th if he/she has passed class 10+2 with commerce subjects like mathematics, accounts, and economics. Admission to commerce certificate and diploma course is done on the basis of merit of class 12 with an aggregate of 45-50%, commerce degree course admissions are done on the basis of common entrance exams.

Types of Commerce Courses

  • Certificate Course: Tally, Accounting, Accounting and Finance, Banking & Finance and others.

  • Diploma Course: Banking & Finance, Accounting and Finance, Computerised Accounting and others.

  • Undergraduate: in General, Honours, Computer Applications, Accounting and Finance, Corporate Secretaryship, Banking and Insurance, Taxation, Cooperation.

  • Postgraduate: M.Com in General, Finance, Computer Applications, Accounting and Finance, Accountancy, Marketing, Financial Management, Business Administration and many more.

  • Doctorate: PhD in Banking and Finance, Business Economics, Statistics, Commerce and Management, Accountancy, M.Phil in Commerce.