Distance Learning BComFP


Post liberalization and financial reforms in 1990 and the opening up of the finance sector, a large number of big finance companies from across the world have entered India with a wide variety of products. This has triggered a tremendous demand for professionals who have a sound knowledge of the industry and products to service the customer better. Financial planners offer expert opinions on issues like retirement planning, estate planning, financial management of small businesses, trusts, tax, stock broking and investments and debt and risk management.

The major employers of Finance planners are Banks, Brokerage Firms, Wealth Management companies, and Fund Houses. Students can also start on their own or work as consultants or insurance advisors for firms.


10+2 or equivalent / 3 year Diploma from a State Board of Technical Education


Minimum: 3 years (6 semesters).
Maximum: 6 years.

Sub Code Title Credit
Foundation in Humanities and Social Studies
Business Organization
Business Math and Statistics
BFP204 Computer Aided accounting 4
Total Cumulative Credits 32

Job Prospects

Industry/Organizations Careers
Corporate Institutions/Govt Finance Executive
Corporate Institutions/Govt Financial Advisor
Corporate Institutions/Govt Financial Planning Supervisor
Corporate Institutions/Govt
Financial Planner