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Making the right career choice is sometimes a bit confusing.But,once you are aware of your interests and which way you exactly want to go,things might seem a bit easy.
Students are really confused as to which direction they should move ahead once they complete their 12th standard.
Here is a list of some of the main courses that commerce students can pursue after their 12th standard :
Bachelors of Commerce (Bcom)
Bachelors of Commerce (Honours) : With specialisation in a particular subject/field.
Bachelors in Economics
Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA)
Chartered Accountancy (CA)
Company Secretary (CS)
Cost Accountant (ICWA)
Certified Financial Planner (CFP)
Cost & Management Accountant (CMA)
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Prepare for UPSC, IAS etc.
Banking Courses etc.
These are just few of the major courses that you can select from,there might be many others.
Having guidance from your elders and experienced persons really helps, but the final decision should be taken by keeping in mind your own interests.
If you follow your passion and pursue what you like,the success path will become much easier for you.You can anyways become successful in life if you take the right career decisions and enjoy your career path.
Some popular careers options in Commerce:
Chartered Accountant (CA): He/She is specialized in accounting, auditing and taxation. CA serves as a corporate caretaker and occupies respectable position in corporate world. The demand of CA has increased. Salaries of C.A. depends upon academic qualification and experience. Average salaries 25,000-1,50,000 per month. Abroad, salaries may go up to Rs. 5,00000 per month. CA who does consultancy earns good money. Eligibility: Admission is open to 10 + 2 pass or equivalent examination. CA Program has three sections viz. Common Proficiency Test (CPT), Professional Competence Course (PCC or PCE) and Final examination. Institute: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is an examining and a licensing body.www.icai.org,
Company Secretary (CS): He/She co-ordinates various departments, ensures compliance of company legislations and advises directors on statutory requirements of the company. Apart from this, CS also looks after finance, accounts, legal, personnel and administrative functions. CS is a well remunerated career option because of its multifaceted nature. Eligibility: The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) offers a three-stage course to qualify as Company Secretary. Foundation course is of 8 months that can be joined after 10+2 exam. Institute: The Institute of Company Secretary of India conduct and regulate the course of Company Secretary.http://www.icsi.edu.
Cost and Work Accountant (CWA): Certified CWAs maintain cost accounting records, do cost auditing for companies, certify import and export documents under the Exim Policy, serve as executor, administrator, receiver and valuer. CWA facilitates strategic decisions in respect of diverse economic activities of the organization.Eligibility: The ICWAI examinations are held in three stages: Foundation, Intermediate and Final. A candidate may appear for the Foundation examination after passing 10+2 examination. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for direct admission to Intermediate course. Candidates passed in final examination with a minimum work experience of three years are eligible to become members of ICWAI. Institute: Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) conducts and regulate course. Further details: www.icwai.org
Chartered Financial Analyst : Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA®) utilize their skills in the core areas of financial and hedge fund research, portfolio management, investment consulting, investment banking, investment management, international finance and research. Career opportunities for CFAs with IT skills (trained in high-end packages like SAP, Oracle application and Baan) have increase manifold.CFA regarded as the key position by financial professionals. CFA gets good salary. Eligibility: To be a CFA, a graduate requires clearing three levels of examination. A minimum of three years of investment/financial experience is essential. Institutes: ICFAI conducts CFA programme in India. This course is offered through class room as well as distance learning packages. Further details: www.icfai.org
Banking: For a career in banking, one can start off by maintaining accounts. Now a day’s banking sector recruits MBA graduates, CAs and CFAs to enhance the efficiency of banks.
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