Affiliated to Bangalore University, the courses offered are Approved and Recognized by Govt. of Karnataka.

Master of Commerce (M.Com)


With our postgraduate programs, you will be ready to advance in your career path in the corporate world, become a faculty or pursue an entrepreneurial venture. Our programs are versatile and multidisciplinary that will take your career to higher levels


  • To develop the strong foundation essential for pursuing a career in Accounting, Taxation and Finance 
  • To equip the students with industry relevant knowledge, for advancement of career, relevant to corporate world 
  • To impart academic and research skills including academic writing, teaching, data analysis and interpretation 
  • To develop soft skills, problem solving skills and sound decision-making skills with a holistic perspective 
  • To enable students to attain proficiency for a successful career in academics, research or for gainful employment and entrepreneurship 
  • It enable students with a variety of specialized skills that enable them to succeed in many functional areas of trade, industry, and commerce.



A candidate who has passed B.Com / BBM/BBA Degree Programme of a recognized university or equivalent thereto and has secured not less than 50% of the marks in aggregate in Commerce/Management subjects shall be eligible to apply for the M.Com. Programme. In the case of SC/ST candidates, the aggregate percentage of marks required is 45%.


  • The Semester End Examination will be conducted for 60 marks
  • Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) will be conducted for 40 marks.
  • Thus for each paper the examination will be for 100 marks for the semester.
  • The passing in the paper will require 40 marks out of 100 marks, in which minimum 24 marks out of 60 marks in the semester end examination are a must. Thus passing in CCE is not compulsory but will be complementary for passing in the paper of said semester.             
  • A student is declared “pass” if he or she obtains a minimum of 40% marks in Semester End Examination and in internal examination. In case of the shortfall of marks in internal examination, a student will have to make over the shortage of marks in the Semester End Examination.
  • It means it is necessary that a student gets minimum 40 marks out of 100 marks (40 marks of internal examination +60 marks of Semester End examination).  For the Semester End examination separate or independent passing is a must it means that student has to get 24 marks out of 60 marks. It also means there is no separate passing in Internal Examination but there is separate passing for Semester End Examination and for the final result of a paper a student must have to obtain 40% marks out of total 100 marks for the said paper.
  • Backlog Internal Examination will be conducted for the students whose Aggregate percentage is less than 40% in particular paper but pass in Semester end examination.
  • For all the Papers of all the Semesters, it is mandatory for a student to get minimum 40% marks for passing. This is applicable for CCE (Internal Assessment) and also for Semester End Examination. It means there is a separate passing for Internal (CCE) as well Semester End Examination.
Contact Info
Anupama College of Management & Science
address :

CA Site No.6 (P), West of Chord Road, 2nd Stage, Mahalakshmipuram, Bangalore-560086.

Call: 080-23493096