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What to do after 12th Commerce – Career Bound Degree Programs in India

Choosing a career-bound degree program after passing the 12th commerce is one of the most important decisions for a student because this decision can decide the future course of his life. It is the same with the students who have passed 12th Science or 12th Arts. There are plenty of courses available throughout India which a 12th commerce passed student can choose from and sometimes that can be confusing as well.

But, if you are reading this article then you need not worry because we are going to provide you the best career-bound degree programs available in India. But, before that you need to check a few things out. You need to identify that what subjects interest you the most and then decide the relevant course from the list we are going to provide you below. Once you have decided the subjects of interest then check what are the subjects and syllabus for that particular institution. After that just check the best courses from the list you have finalized, course duration, your preferred educational institution, and most importantly the fees.

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)

One can opt for the B.Com which is a three-year undergraduate program and can learn Economics, Accountancy, Finance, Taxation, Commerce, and Business Law.

Jobs Options for B.Com Graduates

Accountant, Business Analyst, Financial Risk Manager, and Digital Marketer

Remuneration Offered for B.Com Graduates

Between Rs. 3.5 Lakh per annum to Rs. 18 Lakh per Annum

Bachelor of Economics (B.E)

If you have a liking for Economics then this is the course for you. This is again a three years undergraduate course where you can learn the most important things related to Economics and later you can join Banking or a Financial institution.

Job Options for B.E Graduates

Senior positions in Banks and major Financial Institutions

Remuneration for B.E. Graduates

Between Rs. 3 Lakhs to Rs. 4.5 Lakhs per annum

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA, BBA in IB and BBA in CA)

There can be three options if a 12th commerce passed student opts to go ahead in getting a degree in Bachelor of Business Administration. One option is BBA then BBA in International Business (IB) and BBA in Computer Applications (CA). In all three options, the student will get a chance to learn business administration and principles of business. This course can give a person leadership qualities. BBA IB will help you to understand the nitty-gritty of foreign trade and also Indian economics. BBA CA graduates can learn user support and infrastructure while learning.

Jobs Offered for BBA, BBA IB, and BBA CA Graduates

BBA – Business Administrator, Finance Manager, Human Resources, Marketing Manager, etc.

BBA IB – International Business Manager, International Logistics Manager, Global Consultant

BBA  CA – Business Manager

Remunerations offered for various BBA Graduates

For BBA – Rs.  4 Lakhs per annum

For BBA IB – Rs. 4.5 Lakhs to Rs. 6 Lakhs per annum

For BBA CA – Rs. 2 Lakhs to Rs. 10 Lakhs per annum

Chartered Accountancy (C.A)

One of the most prestigious posts in India is of a Chartered Accountant. One can learn taxation, tax laws, corporate law, auditing, and business laws during this course. There are three levels of Chartered Accountancy and they are Common Proficiency Test (CPT), Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC), and Final Course (FC).

Jobs Offered for Chartered Accountants

Various Auditing, Accounting, and Finance

Remuneration for Chartered Accountants

Rs. 7 Lakhs per annum

Bachelor of Law (BA LLB)

A 12th commerce passed student can also opt for a BA LLB course if he has interests in law and judiciary. There are colleges in India that offer integrated courses for BA LLB where the first three years are for BA and the next two are for LLB. One can opt for commerce graduation and LLB separately as well and can still become a law graduate. In this course, Administrative Law, Company Law, Family Law, Constitutional Law Corporate Law, and Property Law are being taught.

Jobs Offered for LLB or Law Graduates

One can start his or her own law practice after doing the article ship or can join a legal department of a corporate company.

Hope you have liked the information we have provided on what to do after 12th Commerce and have got the idea about which career-bound courses you want to opt. Do let us know your views about this article in the comments section given below.

We are also eager to hear from you that on which other subjects you want to read from us. Keep sending your suggestions in the comments box.



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