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Top career options in commerce after 12th

You get a lot of free advice for passing the 12th. In such a situation you become confused about what to do and what not to do. If you have done 12th commerce then you have the option of many degree courses.

You get a lot of free advice for passing the 12th. In such a situation you become confused about what to do and what not to do. If you have done 12th commerce then you have the option of many degree courses. Here we are giving information about the top 8 career options in commerce stream:

1. Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com): 

If you want to do three years of graduation in commerce after 12th, then B.Com is a good option. With the help of this degree, you can make a career in accounting finance, operations, taxation, and many other fields. In B.Com, students are given information about Goods Accounting, Accounts, Profit and Loss and Company Law. B.Com is in a way the first step of your career.

2. Bachelor of Commerce (Hons): 

Often students are not able to differentiate between Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) and Bachelor of Commerce. Actually, B.Com Honors is a three-year degree program that consists of 40 subjects in total. In addition to these subjects, students are also given specialization in one subject. For specialization, students can choose one of the subjects in Marketing Management, Accounting and Financial Management, International Trade and Finance, E-Commerce, Banking, or Human and Resource Management. In Bachelor of Commerce, subjects are taught in less detail than honors.

3. B.Com- Accounting and Finance (B.Com-Accounts and Finance): 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance is a three-year degree program done after 12th. After this course, there are plenty of career opportunities in accounts and finance. In the initial days, one can work as a trainee accountant. About 39 subjects of accounts, finance, taxation are taught in this program. In this degree program, there is more focus on financial knowledge.

4. B.Com-Banking and Insurance:

Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Insurance) is both an academic and professional degree. In this program, information about accounting, banking, insurance law, banking law, and insurance risk cover is given. In this degree, a systematic study of topics and topics covered in the banking and insurance industry is conducted. This course consists of 38 subjects. Apart from this, there are 2 projects related to banking and insurance. After doing this course, students can pursue higher education courses like M.Com, MBA, CFA. Not only this, but it can also be applied for jobs in the field of auditing, accountancy, banking, finance in the government, and private sector.

5. Cost and Work Accountant (CWA): 

Cost Accountancy is a course similar to CA. The Institute of Cost and Works Accountant of India offers a course in cost accountancy. Even after 12th, students can take the ICWA course. For this, 12th pass students first have to do a foundation course. After completing the course, students get a chance to work on the cost accountant and related posts. For this, an application has to be made to The Institute of Cost and Work Accountants of India. The entrance exam takes place in June and December for admission. After the foundation course, the intermediate course is to be done, and then like CA, the course is completed by giving the final exam.

6. B.Com-Financial Markets:.

 Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Markets provides information about Finance, Investments, Stock Markets, Capital, Mutual Funds. The program consists of 6 semesters and a total of 41 subjects are taught. After obtaining this degree, one can get a job as a Trainee Associate, Finance Officer, Finance Controller, Finance Planner, Risk Management, Money Market Dealer Insurance Manager.

7. Chartered Accountant: 

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) offers a Chartered Accountant course. To start a career in CA, it starts with the Common Proficiency Test (CPT), which only after passing it can the student cross the first stage of their goal and reach the second stage. It covers four subjects such as Accounting, Mercantile Law, General Economics, and Quantitative Aptitude. After passing 12th in the Commerce stream from a recognized board, any student can pursue a career in CA. Many times students make their debut after graduation to participate in the CA race. But due to the long duration of the CA course, the right time to start CA is only after passing 12th. For preparing for CA, students should first get a stronghold in accounting. It is very important to have an expert view of students with expert knowledge in management and financial fields.

8. Company Secretary (CS): 

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) runs company secretary programs in the country. In Science, Commerce and Arts, which does not include Fine Arts, after 12th the company secretary can apply for the course. It has three phases - Foundation (eight months), Executive and Professional. Graduate candidates can take a CS course in any stream except Fine Arts. Graduate candidates are exempted from the eight-month foundation course and get admission in the second phase directly. After doing an executive and professional course, it is mandatory to do 16 months of training with a company or an experienced or practicing company secretary. After a professional course and training, they become associate members of ICSI.

9. BBA.: 

Although students doing 12th from any stream can do BBA, this course is quite popular among commerce students. This is a three-year course in which students are taught the tricks of business administration. After completing this course, students can apply for jobs in HR, finance, ad-sales, and marketing departments of various companies.

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