Training in B.COM
I YEAR:- Tally & Busy
II YEAR :- ITR & Balance Sheet
III YEAR :- Security Market, Portfolio Management, Insurance, Mutual Funds
The Department of Management & Commerce at HIET (COLLEGE CODE: 220) is affiliated through APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow, UP. The program has been successfully running since 2008 with 100% results. Admission procedure is followed as per AKTU/State Govt norms through Joint Entrance Examination.
Course Level: Undergraduate
Duration of the Course: 3-years
Examination Type: Semester
Stream: Computer Applications
Top Recruiting Companies: HCL Technologies, Wipro, TATA Consultancy, Paytm and others.
The students who had passed 10+2 in Commerce stream from any recognized board of education are eligible for B.Com. Admission in colleges.
Admission to B.Com. can be secured through entrance exams or merit base.
Direct admissions are done on the basis of merit in qualifying exam. Some institutes also provide admission on management quota, which is also one way of direct admission. Management quota seats in every college are reserved. Fee is generally higher for these seats than general seats.
After taking entrance test conducted by various universities, qualified students are called for counseling. Counseling is conducted for seat allotment in various colleges under that university. Admission is done after allotment of seat in counseling.
- Employability focused programs,
- Eminent Faculty,
- Dynamic Infrastructure,
- Stress on innovative learning.
Vision & Mission
Hi-Tech Institute is committed to the integration of student learning, research and development by creating transformative learning opportunities. Committed to achievement of excellence in all the disciplines offered, it pledges to evolve techniques that produce result oriented individuals.
To offer professional leaders who contribute meaningfully to the world of tomorrow. In this line, the college supports diverse needs of the student body, fosters active learning and contributes to their personal and academic development.