The education streams are divided into three parts Science, Commerce and Arts. Commerce field is one of fastest growing field in the world. The economic recession / progression and industrialization are some of the factors responsible for it. Also Read - Inspiring! Meerut Woman Who Left Home To Avoid Forced Marriage Returns As PCS Officer 7 Years Later

Candidates opting for commerce field can go through the following list of top commerce colleges in Mumbai: Also Read - Before Reporting For Duty, This Bengaluru Cop Teaches Children of Migrant Workers Everyday For An Hour

  • St Xaviers College
    It is one of the most prestigious colleges in India and has been awarded the highest rating, A+ (5-Star), in the re-accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2007.
  • Shri Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics
    Shri Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (popularly known as NM College) is a college for commercial studies and economics affiliated to the University of Mumbai.
  • R.A. Podar College of Commerce and Economics
    Ramniranjan Anandilal Podar College of Commerce and Economics popularly known simply as Podar College or R.A. Podar College is affiliated with the University of Mumbai is run by the Shikshan Prasarak Mandali. The college offers courses in commerce for undergraduate degrees and  is affiliated to Wellingkar Institute of Management and Commerce.
  • H.R. College of Commerce and Economics
    Hassaram Rijhumal College of Commerce and Economics commonly known as H.R. College is located in Churchgate, South Mumbai. It is run by the Hyderabad Sind National Collegiate Board and comes under the University of Mumbai.
  • KJ Somaiya College of Science and Commerce
    Founder of the college Padmabhushan Pujya Late Shri. K. J. Somaiya laid the foundation of Somaiya Vidyavihar in 1959. In the past five decades Somaiya Vidyavihar has grown into an educational complex with thirty five institutions catering to diverse fields of education such as Humanities Engineering Education Management and Mass-communication with student strength of 27000 and 1700 faculty members in a throbbing sixty six acres campus in Vidy Vihar area of Mumbai.
  • K.P.B. Hinduja College of Commerce and Economics
    K.P.B. Hinduja College of Commerce and Economics was established in 1974 and has student strength of 6000 and strength of teachers of 105. The college offers 25 courses from the Higher Secondary up to the Doctorate level.
  • Jai Hind College
    Jai Hind College was established in 1948 by a small band of dedicated teachers of the D.J Sind College Karachi. It offers junior college and degree college courses in commerce. It is one of the well known colleges of South Mumbai
  • Mithibai College of Arts Chauhan Institute Of Science and Amrutben Jivanlal College of Commerce and Economics
    The college was established in 1961 by Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM) as a part of its own silver jubilee celebration. The college is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. Mithibai College has more than 10,000 students, 217 teaching staff and 174 non-teaching staff in its Degree and Junior College together. In spite of the phenomenal growth in the number of students, the standard of discipline is well maintained and the studentteacher relations are absolutely cordial.
  • DG Ruparel College of Arts Science and Commerce
    The D.G. Ruparel College of Arts, Science and Commerce is a well known college in Matunga area of Mumbai. It is run by Modern Education Society, Pune and is affiliated with the University of Mumbai.
  • Lala Lajpat Rai College of Commerce and Economics
    The college is managed by Lala Lajpatrai Memorial Trust and is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. The vision and mission of the college is to educate and train students in the field of commerce, trade, industry, management and information technology and to have collaboration with industry for equipping students with relevant knowledge, skill and attitude.

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