Intermediate in commerce

Welcome to NTI Institute of Commerce – Your Gateway to Excellence in Commerce


Program Duration:      2 Years

Eligibility Criteria: Matric / O Level


The Commerce group at the intermediate level is an academic program designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of various aspects related to business, finance, and economics. This stream is ideal for students who have an interest in pursuing careers in commerce, finance, accounting, business management, or related fields. The curriculum is structured to offer a balanced mix of theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary for success in the business world.

Here’s an overview of the key components typically covered in the Commerce group at the intermediate level:

  1. Core Subjects:
    • Accountancy: Principles of accounting, financial statements, and the fundamentals of bookkeeping.
    • Business Studies: Introduction to business concepts, organizational structures, management principles, and business ethics.
    • Economics: Basic economic theories, principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics, and an understanding of economic systems.
  2. Elective Subjects:
    • Mathematics: Applied mathematics relevant to business and commerce, including statistical analysis and financial mathematics.
    • Informatics Practices or Computer Science: Basic computer skills, programming concepts, and their application in business.
  3. Practical Application:
    • Projects and Case Studies: Students often engage in real-world projects and case studies to apply theoretical concepts to practical situations.
    • Internships or Work Experience: Some programs may include internships or work experience opportunities to provide students with hands-on exposure to the business environment.
  4. Skill Development:
    • Communication Skills: Emphasis on effective communication, both written and verbal, which is crucial in the business world.
    • Analytical and Critical Thinking: Developing analytical and critical thinking skills to solve problems and make informed business decisions.
    • Entrepreneurship: Introducing the basics of entrepreneurship, encouraging students to think creatively and consider business ventures.
  5. Examinations and Assessments:
    • Regular Assessments: Periodic assessments and examinations to evaluate understanding and knowledge retention.
    • Practical Exams: Depending on the subjects, practical exams may be conducted to assess skills such as accounting or computer applications.


The Commerce group at the intermediate level lays the groundwork for students to pursue higher education in commerce-related fields or enter the workforce directly after completing their intermediate studies. It equips them with a solid foundation in business and financial principles, setting the stage for future success in the dynamic world of commerce.