Commerce students acquire knowledge about money, finance, business, accounting, stock market, and economy. People opt for this stream if they have a genuine interest in numbers, business, and economy. It offers a wide variety of career options to pursue, which provides fame, name, and financial security.

Every student has the ambition of doing great in life, but before that, everyone needs to introspect and question themselves as to what do they want in future, what is the kind of work that they like, what is it that makes them happy and what is it that won’t tire them. After studying Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies, and Mathematics in 12th standard, commerce students have a lot of scope in many courses like the ones mentioned below:

  1. B.Com:

B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce) is a 3-year undergraduate course, which includes subjects like finance, accounting, economics, information science, management, marketing management, and human resource management. Students are exposed to basic business principles and statistics. It has scope in Australia, India, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand.

  1. C.A:

Chartered Accountancy (CA) is an internationally recognized professional course. It’s a 5 year Foundation Course. Chartered Accountants can work in any field of finance, business, auditing taxation, and general management. They can join the private sector, government sector or even be engaged in public practice work.  After graduation, the students assist in the charted firm as an intern before the final exam.

  1. Integrated Law Course:

Integrated Law Course is not the same as the traditional LLB Degree. Here, a student can cover two courses under one academic program. So, this program includes B.A.L.L.B, B.Com. L.L.B, B.Sc., L.L.B etc. Normally Law (L.L.B) programs can be pursued after a PG course, but since Integrated Law Course covers a Bachelor’s Degree course too students can join directly after 12th standard. You need good communication skills to prove your point, patience, quick thinking, confidence, good memory, street smartness, reasoning skills, authoritative attitude, and logical skills.  

  1. B.M.S:

Bachelor of Management is an undergraduate program for management studies offered by many universities worldwide. It builds a solid foundation in human resource management, labor management relation, conflict resolution, negotiation, and organizational behavior and development. Along with the business management course, it will teach how they are managed, how an organization works, and how to interact with the local, national and international environment.

A commerce student has a lot of scope as they can do Bachelor of Hotel Management, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Computer Applications, Bachelor of Fashion Design and lot more courses depending on their interest.

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