Want to know what are the options in our hands to pursue our career after passing class 12th with commerce stream?
If yes, then read the article very carefully.
Let’s Begin. After passing Class 12th In Commerce what are the career options for a student?
- 1 Career Options After 12th Commerce
Career Options After 12th Commerce
B.Com (Bachelors of Commerce)
Bachelors of Commerce (B.Com) is one of the most popular UG courses for all commerce stream students and it is basically offered as B.Com (Hons) and B.Com (General). There are basically two types of students in the commerce stream first one is which have Commerce with math and another one is commerce without maths or we can say that the commerce stream is categorized into two options. Commerce with Math and Commerce without math.
Students who studied commerce in class 11th and class 12th with math can go for B.com (Honours) and students who studied commerce without math in class 11th and class 12th can go for B.com (General).
|TOP COURSES AFTER 12th COMMERCE WITH MATH STUDENT||TOP COURSED AFTER 12th COMMERCE WITHOUT MATH STUDENT|
|B.Com (Honours)||B.Com (General)|
|B.Com Accounting and Taxation||B.Com Business Administration|
|B.Com in Accounting||B.Com Marketing|
|B.Com Statistics||B.Com Tourism & Travel Management|
|B.Com Banking & Finance|
|B.Com in Management Accounting & International Finance|
|B.Com Applied Economics|
If you don’t know what is the difference between B.Com (Honours) and B.Com (General)? Then don’t worry read the post carefully.
In B.Com (Honours), a student can specialize in a specific subject but in B.Com (General) a student cannot specialize in a specific subject. In B.com (honors) students have the option to choose a favorite subject and have a core study on that like you can choose accounting, statistics, economics, etc. But in B.Com (General) students cannot choose a favorite subject to specialize in a specific subject.
I Think I m clearing your doubt about B.Com(honours) and B.Com (General).
BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
Bachelors of Business Administration BBA is also one of the most popular UG courses after 12th commerce. BBA is 3 years undergraduate degree course that is designed to build a foundation in core business disciplines.
BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies)
Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) is also one of the most popular UG courses after 12th commerce. BMS course duration is 3 years and it is designed to prepare the student in a field of management and this course also develops the student’s practical managerial skills, communication skills and business decision making capability.
BBS (Bachelor of Business Studies)
Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) is one of the top-rated UG course after 12th commerce and the course duration of BBS is 3 years and it is similiar to BBA course but the BBS course focus on in-depth knowledge of business studies and they focused more on practicals study rather than theory study.
BCA (IT & Software)
Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) is three years UG course and this course is one of the most popular courses after 12th for those students who want to join the IT and software fields.
CA (Chartered Accountancy)
Chartered Accountancy (CA) is one of the most popular courses for commerce students who want to become a chartered accountant. when compared to other courses or bachelor’s degrees this course is very difficult and requires a lot of hard work to qualify. This course is provided by ICAI ( Institute of Chartered Accountants of India). Any student after 12th commerce can pursue CA For info visit icai.org.
CS (Company Secretary)
Company Secretary (CS) is one of the most popular courses and many students opted for this course after 12th commerce. This course is provided by ICSI (The Institute of Company Secretaries of India) for more info visit https://www.icsi.edu/
B.Com LLB & BBA LLB (Integrated Law Program)
Students which are passionate about the law can choose after the 12th integrated law course by giving an entrance exam called CLAT and the duration of the course is usually 5 years. for more info read this article Integrated law course.
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