Introduction To CEC

The students who choose CEC will study three principal subjects (i.e.) Civics, Economics and Commerce in two years of their intermediate.

After intermediate, Students can do a regular degree in Commerce by studying B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce) with electives as (General/Computers),(Honors),(Foreign Trade), (International Finance &Accounting) and BA (Bachelor of Arts) with different Electives as EPP (Economic, Public Administration, Political Science), PLP(Psychology, Literature, Political Science), HLP (History, Literature, Political Science), HEP (History, Economics, Political Science), PEP (Psychology, Economics, Political Science), HPP (History, Public Administration, Political Science). At Post Graduation/Masters level Students can do MBA,, MA, etc.

CEC students can also choose mainstream courses like BA, B.Com, B.Ed after Graduation to start their own or family Business, Corporate/ Private Jobs, lecturer, Professor, Probationary Officers in different Nationalised Banks, Government Jobs, UPSC-IAS, IPS, IFC,IRS,TSPSC by appearing for Group I and Group II Examinations., Indian Railways, Indian Police Department, Indian Army, Indian Navy or Indian Airforce, etc.

Benefits of Course
  • Soon after the completion of CEC courses in intermediate, scholar can join several 3 year Bachelor degree courses such as B.COM, B.A., BBM, and BBA.
  • After the completion of any of the above courses, scholar can choose for MBA course which is in good demand nowadays. MBA applicants are being sold as hot cakes in the market as each and all business is to require of good managers in order that handle several actions of the organization.
What after CEC?
  • B.Com (General) - 3 years
  • B.Com (Hons.)- 3 years
  • B.Com (Hons.)- 3 years
  • B.Com. L.L.B. - 5 years