Career Options For Commerce Student After Scoring between 60% to 80%

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If you are expecting within 60% and 80% in your 12th boards exams and you are in a dilemma in choosing the right subject that will make your career reach its height. Then here is a compilation of the courses you can choose even after scoring in between 60% and 80% with commerce.

B.Com (Hons): if you have a liking for academics then you should go for UG in this subject and further get enrolled for post graduation with M.Com. Thus, you increase your prospects in the teaching profession, financial organizations, banking sector, export companies, and business groups.
Professional courses such as CA, ICWA or CS can also be pursued next to your B.Com degree.

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Eligibility: 10+2 from any stream.

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) : It is a degree course of three years where students learn to inculcate the skill of management and handling business.

Eligibility: Candidate who has passed 12 th from any stream having English and Maths as core subjects along with a minimum aggregate of 50%.

Company Secretary (CS) : Company secretary is very crucial element in the administration of the company. Minimum qualification to take up this course is 12 th . The person handles all the legal facets of an organization. He also needs to possess the knowledge of tax, excise, labour laws and even corporate law. A company secretary also deals with formation, promotion and even restructuring of the firm.

Eligibility : Passing 10+2 in any stream is required to apply for this course.

Cost Accountancy (ICWA): If you have scored within 60% to 80% in 12 th with commerce and if accounts was one of your favorites then you can explore the areas of Cost Accountancy. The Institute of Cost and works Accountants of India (ICWAI) is one of reputed institutes that offer you this degree. 

Eligibility : A student from any stream after having passed the 10+2 examination is eligible to appear for this Course.

Chartered Accountancy (CA): It is one of the most sought careers in finance and accounting degree. To enroll in this you first have to undergo Common Proficiency Test (CPT).

Eligibility: Candidates who have passed 10+2 from any stream are eligible to apply for this course.

•  BA (Hons.) / B.Com Business Economics: I t is a three years degree course in Busine ss economics where you will have to study about Statistics , Economics, Finance, Quantitative Techniques, Computers, International Trade and Environmental Economics. If you are fascinated about both business and economics this will be the right choice for you. Through this you can get associated in various NGO organizations and corporate houses.

Eligibility: 12th passed with 55% aggregate with English and Mathematics as primary subjects.

BA / BSc Economics: if you have passed 12 th with commerce and mathematics as primary subject then you have also the option to opt for BA or BSc in economics. Different institutes offer different degrees, some offer BA in Economics while some offer BSc in economics such as University of Delhi and University of Calcutta respectively. This course opens up the gates of investment firms, government enterprises, public sector undertakings and NGOs.

Eligibility : should have passed 12 th with English and mathematics as primary subjects.

Law: Students if you are interested in advocating and want to be advisor then even if you are from Commerce background you can practice career in Law. Either you can pursue BA LLB which is a five year integrated curriculum or else you can pursue three year LLB course just after your 12 th . Moreover one can specialize in Environment and Consumer Protection Laws, cyber laws and Intellectual Property Laws.

Eligibility : candidates can enroll themselves in law after passing 12 th exam with at least 50% marks. Even students can appear for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) to get admission in this course.

BCA: if you no longer want to continue with commerce but marveling about the right career, then Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) is right choice, for minds having a practical bent. It is a degree course of three year dealing with programming languages mainly.

Eligibility: candidates who have passed 12 th with at least 50% aggregate can apply.

B.Sc. (H) Computer Science: if you want to try for some different option other than commerce but also have affection for mathematics, then you can try a course in Computer Science. B. Sc in Computer Science and then a higher degree would open numerous opportunities in the banks, IT sector, and research.

Eligibility : should have passed 12 th with at least 60% marks in Mathematics and at least 55% marks in aggregate including mathematics.

•  Mass Communication/Journalism:   If writing have been a talent and boon to you and if you don't want to go with commerce any further, then a course in mass communication would be the right choice for you. A degree in mass communication from any reputed institute will help you to build a good career. You can obtain specialism in advertising, television or journalism. You can work as a copyeditor, reporter, editor, journalist or producer. Some institutes organize admission test for admission in Mass Communication programs.

Eligibility:   12th passed from any stream.

BA Hons (English): If you ever had a knack for literature and you want to have a career out of this subject, then doing English hons will just be the right choice for you. Through this you can also have a career in journalism. If you do post graduation in this subject then door for lectureship also opens for you. There are universities that conduct exams for getting admissions in this course. Delhi University, Calcutta University and presidency colleges are some where you can apply even if you have got within 60% and 80%.

Eligibility : 12th passed candidates with minimum 50% aggregate can apply for this course.

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