After Finishing B.com What Are The Courses Available To Study?

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With a B.Com alone you won't get as large salary as having done a postgraduate qualification, so such a degree would help you in the long run. The commerce bachelors degree (predominantly offered in Commonwealth nations, and no longer offered in the United Kingdom) is designed to provide the student with a wide range of managerial skills while at the same time building competence in a particular area. Most universities therefore plan the degree such that additional to their major, the student is exposed to general business principles, quantitative analysis and organizational behaviour. The curriculum thus focuses both on academic subjects, such as statistics or economics, as well as practical business subjects, such as accountancy, law, management, marketing, finance and so on. Cooperative education programs are also common. In some countries, many students extend their studies to a fourth Honours year to gain a BCom. Hons qualification; this is an additional postgraduate qualification, usually focused exclusively on one subject that was taught in the first three years, which include econometrics and risk management and basic accountancy. In addition, a BCom graduate may pursue the Master of Commerce, or other postgraduate masters programs such as the Master of Finance (MFin), Master of Accounting (MAcc) or, very lucratively, the Master in Business Administration (MBA). The degree is usually recognised by the various professional accounting bodies, and graduates often therefore pursue accounting designations such as the Chartered Accountant (CA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), Certified General Accountant (CGA), or financial qualifications such as Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). Information on all of these can be found on various financial qualifications websites, and most top universities offer financial aid for completion of these postgraduate qualifications. Sponsorships from businesses may also help, and would make it easy for one to secure a full-time job at such a firm after completion of the Master's degree.
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Hi frnds,

I am doing bcom, but at the same time I am also doing the CA,
CA is not the degree which can only be taken after bcom, you can join ca after 12 too.

There are lots of avenue for you after bcom, it is totally depend on you that where to go.

If you are a verry studies one then you can opt for CA, because in ca the entrance is easy but to clear the final ca is very very difficult. Lots of people are leaving ca after reaching the final stage. So I will suggest you to join ca only if you have capabilities to study at least 11 hrs in a day for a continues 3 or 3.5 months then and then only go for ca. On benefits is that in ca the fees are too low, means it is not too expensive.

The other option is to do cs. CS is also a good degree which is easier then CA but don't think that easier then ca means easy, it is also difficult. But an average student can complete cs and earn a good amount.

And the othe option is MBA, if you are rich then and then only  go for this option bcoz in MBA if are able to pay a heavy donation then and then only you will be getting a admission in a good college.
A last suggestion of MBA, mba is useless if you r doing it from a small college. It is benificial only if you r doing it form a big well know college. In market only mba form a good colleges are taken for a good job profile, and mba form a average colleges allways (most  of the time) gets a job like markiting type, which is the worst work to do. (means after taking a good degree then also you have do job like a ordinay sels men)

there are lost of other option tooo but bcoz of short of time I m not able to discuss that things

please rectify my spelling mistake problem.

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Am a b.com graduate.  I not interested in during M.COM.  I am working in a private company so I want to do course in corres. So please sugges me that which course is better for growth in my career
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I wld be doing b.com now .. I m not intrested in doing MBA CA CS ... Can you please suggest me some course that I could do after my graduation
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Hi hello. I am B.COM. Graduate completing this year , kindly let me know the courses  to be done after completion... I'm interested in doing M.B.A... Apart from M.B.A  cani know what are the courses to be done... Kindly help me out
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At   the   time   of   b.com   suggest   me   some   course
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I am a b.com graduate.  I not interested in during M.B.A or M.COM.  I am working in a private company so I want to do course in corres. My work is looking PF & ESI.  So please sugges me that which course is better for growth in my career
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There are three main paths after B.COM
1.  Continue further studies for a post Graduation and get an M.COM
2.  Prepare for the Chartered Accountant entrance and that is very lucrative, while it is tough also.
3.  Go for a Management degree such as an MBA.

Another professional course can be to get trained in using Enterprise Accounting Software and becoming a Business Analyst.
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amit goap answered

If you are good in Maths, then go for MBA in Finance. Get the degree from a good institute like ITM Institute and wait to see a flourishing career ahead.

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Completed m com  previous  want to study after completing my m com from ms university baroda
need your advice except doing ca and mba
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I got pass class in b.com and I want to study abroad so can I or not then I can go for mba in india
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I  have completed my b.com and  I want to do CA after this stage. Kindly let me know that Is it successfully way to be a professional?

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