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27th January 2015, 08:43 PM
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Is it beneficial to study Commerce in Higher Secondary?


Hello
I want to take commerce in my H.S.
after giving 10th board exam....
Is this a right choice for me?
I want to know the benefits which I will get?
Thank you!!!!!!




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28th January 2015, 07:16 PM
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Default Re: Is it beneficial to study Commerce in Higher Secondary?

Yes, definitely you can opt for Commerce stream after completion of your 10th standard board examinations. If you are interested in commerce stream, you can opt that stream in your 11th standard. After completion of 12th standard in Commerce stream, you can pursue B.Com/ B.Com (Hons) course in any recognised university. After completion of Bachelor's degree course in Commerce stream, you can find many job opportunities in both private and government sectors.
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29th January 2015, 01:31 AM
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Default Re: Is it beneficial to study Commerce in Higher Secondary?

There is nothing as such that whether a particular thing is beneficial or not. It all depends upon how you perceive things.

The more interest you show in a particular field, the more interesting it will become for you and will ultimately prove to be beneficial for you.

However, if you have chosen Commerce as your stream in +2 then I would surely like to say that yes it has a good field and you can build a good career in this field.

Below I am enumerating some career scopes after 12th commerce which you can opt for after the completion of your +2:

There are many career opportunities open for a student who has taken up commerce in 12th.

The most popular Undergraduate courses available in Commerce stream after 12th is B.Com(H) and BBA

However, there are many short term courses also for which one can opt for like Diploma or Certificate courses on Banking, Insurance, Taxation, Stock Market, etc.

Jobs can be found in various sectors like:

1. Account Officer

2. Stock Exchange Broker

3. Accounting Clerk

4. Accounting Analyst

5. Financial Consultant

6. Balance Sheet Reconciliator, etc.

Moreover, B.Com and BBA graduates can pursue post graduate courses like MBA, M.Com, CA, CFA, CS, etc.

Courses after 12th in commerce:

Degree courses:

1. Bachelor of Commerce

2. Bachelor of Business Studies

3. Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics

4. Bachelor of Business Administration in Banking

5. Bachelor of Administration in Account and Finance

6. Bachelor of Administration in Marketing and Finance

7. Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Taxation

8. Bachelor of Commerce in Advanced Accountancy

9. Bachelor of Commerce Banking and Insurance

10. Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

11. Bachelor of Commerce in Computer Application

12. Bachelor of Commerce in Applied Economics

13. Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Accounting

14. Bachelor of Commerce in Corporate Accountancy

15. Bachelor of Commerce in Commercial Law, etc

Diploma Courses:

1. Diploma in Banking and Insurance Management

2. Diploma in E-Commerce

3. Diploma in Tally Software

4. V Stock Analysis and Trading

Certificate Courses:

1. Certificate course in Micro Finance

2. Certificate course in Applied Managerial Economics

3. Certificate course in Stock Market

4. Certificate course in Accounting
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?



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