Ph.D in Commerce & Management

Ph.D is a doctorate course with a course duration of minimum three years and certain universities require the candidates to complete the course within five years of time along with the thesis or research paper. The Ph.D subject provides a greater insight in the field of commerce and management.

About Ph.D

Counted amongst the popular courses for commerce students, as a candidate for Ph.D in Commerce, you can choose a subfield including, but not limited to Accounting, Marketing, Taxation, Human Resources, Strategy, IT Management, Consulting, and Finance. Furthermore, since these commerce subjects are quite vast in themselves, you are required to pick a deep-lying and relevant topic of research that accentuates their strong points.

Ph.D in management course allows students to obtain skills and knowledge for getting good positions in a wide range of organizations. In this course, they equip students to understand how they have to manage in organizations, how organizations work and how they should interact with local and national organizations.

Fee Structure
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Due Date of Each Installment.
Important components in this respect include:
Research Projects
Relevant Coursework
Teaching Practicum
Surveys, which together contribute towards the preparation of a long and comprehensive dissertation.

Here are the major requirements for Ph.D in Commerce in India:

The student must have completed a master’s degree in Commerce or an M.Phil with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognised university, 5% relaxation in ST SC OBC.

Career Avenues for Ph.D in Commerce & Management

Commercial Banks

Insurance Companies

Financial Institutions like SIDBI, EXIM Banks, etc.

Brokerage Firms

Stock Exchanges

Regulatory Bodies

Insurance Corporations


International Organisations like World Bank, IMF, Asian Development Bank, etc.


Operations and Research Analyst

Chief Financial Officer

Technical Writing

Big Data Analyst

Investment Banker

Portfolio Management Specialist

Financial Analyst


Risk Analyst

Equity Research Analyst

Business Analyst