Best International CBSE School in Wakad, Pune

COMMERCE STREAM

The courses in Business Studies and Accountancy are introduced at + 2 stages of Senior Secondary Education as formal commerce education after the first ten years of schooling. Therefore, it becomes necessary that instructions in these subjects are given in such a manner that students are able to comprehend the principles and practices in business (trade and industry) as well as their relationship with the society.

Subject Combinations

  • English, Business Studies, Accountancy, Economics (Compulsory subjects)
  • Mathematics/ Physical Education (Optional subject)

Commerce classes in Akshara- Going beyond the prescribed curriculum of CBSE

In class XI the students are introduced to Business Studies, Accountancy and Economics for the first time. Hence the teachers bring in the practical world into their theory classes and acquaint students with the world of industry, business, economics and commerce to make topics alive, exciting and relevant.

Our Business studies class begins with reading and analysing Economic Times and Business Line newspapers articles related to Indian Stock Markets, Indian Markets, the study of Blue Chip companies, mid cap and small cap companies and effect of foreign Stock Markets on Indian Stock Markets.

Projects for Experiential Learning

We believe in project-based learning, so students do a variety of projects with the assistance and guidance by the faculty.

Our projects are based on analysis of financial positions of Indian Companies, Indian Banks and their performances, Stock market indices, Rupee- Dollar relationship, Oil prices and Gold Prices relationship, Indian various FMCG companies their impact on Indian Economy etc.

Akshara aims to give the best guidance to students regarding various Entrance Tests

CMAT – Common Management Admission Test
GMAT – Graduate Management Aptitude Test
MAT – Management Aptitude Test
SNAP – Symbiosis National Aptitude Test

After class XII Commerce students could opt for various careers –

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