Similarities & Differences Between I.Com & D.Com, ICom Vs DCom

What is I.Com & What is D.Com? Difference Between Intermediate in Commerce and Diploma in Commerce
In this post we are going to discuss differences and similarities between D.Com and I.Com. D.Com stands for diploma in commerce while I.Com is abbreviation of Intermediate in Commerce. Both programs are related to commerce stream and have great scope in Pakistan. ICom and DCom programs have more scope than FA and even FA General Science. Duration of I.Com and D.Com is 2 years. Both science and arts students can get admission in these programs after matriculation. O-Level students are also eligible to apply for admission in diploma of commerce and inter in commerce. Boards of technical education like PBTE, KPBTE, SBTE conduct the exams of DCom where as BISE boards organize the examination of ICom in Pakistan.

 

Similarities & Differences Between I.Com & D.Com, ICom Vs DCom

Similarities & Differences Between I.Com & D.Com, ICom Vs DCom

In both these fields subjects are related to Commerce, Economics, Banking Accounting and Business. Urdu, English, Pakistan Studies and Islamic Studies are the compulsory subjects in these programs. Fee is different in different colleges. Technical and commerce colleges affiliated with any board of technical education offer D.Com diploma, whereas ICom is offered by colleges affiliated with any BISE board. Average fee of I.Com in private colleges is about 2000 rupees monthly and average fee of D.Com in private sector is 4000 rupees monthly. Government sector colleges receive very nominal fee. Exams are conducted annually. Here are some further study fields/options after I.Com and D.Com;

 

B.Com 2 Years ADC
B.Com 4 Yeas
BBA
BS Accounting
CA
BS Banking & Finance
ACCA
BS Sales & Marketing
BAF
BS Public Administration
LLB
BS Quality Management
CFP
BS International Business & Trade
CIMA
BS Journalism & Mass Communication
BSIT
CMA
BS Fashion Designing
BMS
BS Islamic Studies, English, Pak Studies, Urdu etc
ADP

 

D.Com – Eligibility, Subjects, Career & Scope

 

Stenographer, typist, clerk, assistant, personal secretary, sales officer, accountant, computer operator and data entry operator are some job options for commerce students of inter level. Banks, government offices, private offices, financial institutions, retail shops, publishing houses, schools, stores, newspapers, nadra, malls, passport offices are major employment areas for commerce students. I.Com passed students can get the job of up to 30000 rupees per month while D.Com diploma holders can earn up to 45000 rupees per month.

 

I.Com Eligibility, Subjects, Career & Scope

I.Com Vs D.Com Which Program is Better & Have More Scope & Demand in Job Market

D.Com is recommended program who want to get job after inter as after DCom you may get the job of steno typist, stenographer, typist, UDC, clerk, personal assistant, LDC and personal secretary in public sector due to your skill of shorthand and typing. On the base of your skills of computer based accounting you may get the job of cashier and accountant in each and every field of private sector. In short D.Com is better option for those students who want to get job after intermediate. I.Com is a recommended option for those students who want to get further education in the fields of commerce, business and accounting. D.Com is a practical skills based program as it makes you expert in shorthand and computer based accounting and both these skills have great demand in job market of Pakistan. I.Com students should also learn these skills privately.

 

What is the Scope of E-Commerce & Commerce in Pakistan (Urdu-English)

 

Top 10 Jobs in Pakistan After Inter (FA, FSc, ICS, ICom)

 

Conclusion
D.Com is best for getting job after government and private sectors after intermediate whereas I.Com is best for those students who want to study more after inter. Do read following related posts of study solutions on ICom and DCom programs;

 

Commerce/Ecommerce Definition, Career, Scope, Jobs, Courses

 

Career Options After I.Com & D.Com

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