I am a B.Com (1st year) student. Which course should I pursue after completing B.Com, CS or MBA?

I am good in accountancy, economics and business studies.

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Asked by Rajat Gaur

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    Juhi Bansal Explore your self | Guide-Level 14

    4 years ago
    Hi Rajat,
    In point of view, you should take admission in CS because CS is a very wide field.
    And if you want to go with MBA then you search for the best college in terms of study, placement and environment. CS has more market value than MBA.
    All the best.
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    Giriraj Rathi Happy to help!! | Contributor-Level 9

    4 years ago
    Hi,Company secretary is very lucrative and with the implementation of companies act, 2013 the scope has widened for a company secretary as a professional.A company secretary can be in practice, or in employment be appointed as a key managerial person. Company secretary are also called as compliance managers as they are the ones with an overall and all round knowledge of various laws applicable on the industries.These are the broad aspects.MBA, as known to everybody also has a wide scope. It makes you market ready. Depending on what stream you choose, you get career options too. However, MBA is suggested only when you opt it from top ranked B-... view more
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    Abhishek Singh •living my dreams •

    4 years ago
    You should go in the field based on your subject of interest. According to your subject interests, you should go for MBA.
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    Pranit Kamble

    4 years ago
    You should go for MBA.
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    Shail Oberoi | Guide-Level 14

    3 years ago
    The decision would be based on your interest areas and long term career plans. If you want to pursue a career in academics / research areas then M.Com would be a better option However if you want to move into general management / operations side then MBA would be better. CS is a specialised professional course and it has a different career path which deals with company law & legal domain.
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    Bhavy dhawan | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    Hi, it depends upon the field in which your interest lies, as both the courses are form separate field. But, I would suggest you to opt for MBA, as it would be much related to your graduation and will hold a greater value in the market than CS.
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    Raj shakya #ReadyToHelp | Scholar-Level 16

    3 years ago
    Go for CS as after the implementation of the Companies Act, 2013, CS are in high demand. Company secretary is very lucrative and with the implementation of companies act, 2013 the scope has widened for a company secretary as a professional. If you want to study easily, CS. (Easier of the two), More power in an organisation, CS Secretarial audit, CS., Legal compliance, official signatory, CSA company secretary can be in practice, or in employment be appointed as a key managerial person. Company secretary are also called as compliance managers as they are the ones with an overall and all round knowledge of various laws applicable on the industr... view more
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    JATIN SAHARMA | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    Hi, both the courses have their own benefits. You have to make a choice between the two as per your interest. Where MBA is totally business management in various fields- finance, HR, marketing etc. CS is to look after the business laws and assistance. Both are equally good and professional. See where your talent fits you.
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    Rohit Kothawade i am here to help you in your problem | Guide-Level 13

    4 years ago
    I would like to suggest you one thing that first of all, you choose your conference subject and decide what to do in future if you are trying to do CS. I would like to suggest you that start preparing for CS right now as you have a good chance of doing CS and in future, for CS students there is a wide scope. It will be the best option for your future and in other ways, if you want to do MBA and I would like to suggest you that you go for top B-Schools.
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    Namit Sharma | Contributor-Level 9

    4 years ago
    I think you should prepare for entrance exams like CAT to take admission in top B-School for MBA.

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