COMMERCE EDUCATION IN INDIAN CONTEXT: DIFFICULTIES CONFRONTED

Sachin Abda

Abstract


In today’s competitive era the significance of commerce education cannot be over emphasized. It is utilized in day to business activities. From smaller transaction to bigger business deals commerce education and training shows its significance. Individuals become part of the society; their actions will have certain reactions in a manner, positive or negative. Commerce studies all these actions deeply. Certain very sensitive issues related to money like International trade, agricultural advancement, Taxation and similar issues affect the entire society. Commerce study helps to understand these issues carefully along with providing its opinion for the same issues. Growth of any country’s economy is depended on the capabilities and quality of the education system prevailing in the society. Commerce includes all the activities relevant to earning one’s livelihood. Commerce faculty provides the complete knowledge of well earnings with the business. Realizing high profit with consumer satisfaction has been main objective of the current business activities.


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Education, Commerce

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