The Ph.D. in Commerce is a research-intensive program that allows students to pursue in-depth studies in various aspects of commerce, including accounting, finance, economics, marketing, management, and related disciplines. The program aims to foster research skills, critical thinking, and independent inquiry among scholars to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field.
Master’s Degree: Candidates should have a postgraduate degree (Master’s) in Commerce or a related field from a recognized university. Some universities may also consider candidates with a relevant professional qualification such as CA, ICWA, CS, etc.
The primary outcome of the Ph.D. in Commerce program is the successful completion of original research work and the submission of a doctoral thesis. The research work should contribute to the existing knowledge in the field of commerce and demonstrate the candidate’s ability to conduct independent research.
Upon successful completion and evaluation of the doctoral thesis, candidates are awarded the Ph.D. degree in Commerce. Graduates of the Ph.D. program are equipped to pursue academic and research-oriented careers as faculty members, researchers, and scholars in universities, research institutions, and corporate organizations. They may also take up leadership roles in commerce-related industries, government agencies, and consulting firms.