If the candidate wants to go for jobs instead of a Post-graduation then there are several jobs waiting across sectors like retail etc. The candidates can apply for jobs in private as well as government sector. In order to get job in the government sector candidates will have to appear and qualify in various competitive exams. For example UPSC carries out various exams like the CGLE, CMLE, Civil service exams etc. Candidates can also apply for various jobs in banking sector for clerical or PO grade if they have more than 55% of marks. Some other jobs after B.Com are CDS, Journalism; different jobs in advertising, accounting jobs in various firms, Air force accounts etc. Candidates can also work as junior associate in different KPO’s, international trade firms and so on. Tax audit assistance position is another entry job for B.Com graduates.
Some of the higher studies options after B.Com Honors are mentioned below:
CRISIL Certified Analyst Program (CCAP)
Diploma in Banking & Financial Services(HDBFS)
Executive Program in Applied Finance – IIM Calcutta
International Post Graduate Diploma in Risk Management
Master in Financial Management (MFM)
Master in Management Studies (M.M.S.)
Master in Retail Management
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Marketing Management (M.M.M.)
Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development Management (MHRDM)
Master’s Degree in Marketing
Master’s in Business Studies (M.B.S.)
Masters in Financial Management (MFM)
Masters of Business Administration (Information Technology)- MBA-IT
Ans. Yes, many colleges offer part time certificate courses in office management, foreign languages etc. However, it is advisable not to enroll yourself for any of these during the 1st year. In first year try to understand how your regular course works and you can plan about your certificate course accordingly.
Ans. No, you cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or same courses in different colleges. In case you take admission at two places, your admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses.