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24th July 2016, 07:04 PM
Rashmi narendra soni
 
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Should I pursue BMS or B.Com after scoring 65% in CPT?


Hello Sir, I am pursuing CPT and I have got 65%. Should I pursue BMS to continue my studies or should I do B.Com general. Please answer as soon as possible.




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26th July 2016, 01:42 PM
Shaenma
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Default Re: Should I pursue BMS or B.Com after scoring 65% in CPT?

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Hello Sir, I am pursuing CPT and I have got 65%. Should I pursue BMS to continue my studies or should I do B.Com general. Please answer as soon as possible.
BBA / BMS are for students who are focused and determined to make a career in management and take up MBA / Management related degrees as their higher studies option. Since you are already doing CPT therefore I would advice you to go for B.Com.

The BCom degree can help establish a career in finance, taxation, operations, etc, depending on the course specification opted for.

B. COM. hons top specializations:-
  • Accounts and Finance
  • Economics
  • Investment Management
  • Taxation
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Information Management
  • Law
To pursue this course you need to have a bachelor's degree with Maths and English as core subjects. Some universities also considers business maths as a subject.

Top Institutes for Undergraduate Degree in Commerce are:
  • Sri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi
  • Goenka College of Commerce and Business Administration, Kolkata
  • Lady Sri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi
  • Loyola College, Chennai
  • Christ University, Bangalore
  • Madras Christian College, Chennai
  • St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?



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