I have completed my 12th with 90% in commerce. What should I do next? Can you suggest a course related to finance and banking?

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    Juhi Bansal Explore your self | Guide-Level 14

    5 years ago
    Hi Vaishnavi,
    In commerce, a lot of choices are there after class 12th. You can join CA or CS with B.Com. If you don't want go with CA then you should do B.Com and after that go for MBA in finance. You can explore other options like CFA, Masters in Taxation, investment banking or stock market course.
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    Aditi a Hakuna Matata✌ | Contributor-Level 6

    5 years ago
    Dear Vaishnavi,
    As you have taken commerce in class 12th and interested in banking and finance, I would advise you to for B.Com (Finance). You can also pursue CA along with your graduation.
    If you are interested in MBA then later in post graduation you can go for MBA in finance. All depends on our field of interest.
    Regards.
    Wish you good luck.
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    Abhay Vasoya | Contributor-Level 6

    4 years ago
    There are many options available, you can go for CA or CS. Alternative option is B.Com after which you can for MBA in finance.
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    Aman Kumar Pursuing Management degree | Guide-Level 12

    5 years ago
    You can B.Com or BBA with specialisation Finance or Banking and Insurance. The university like LPU is offering courses like this.
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    DEEPARUN DUTTA | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    You can go for B.Com as your core class 12th commerce knowledge will be helpful in grading the topics in the next phase.
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    Jaswinder kaur

    4 years ago
    You can do B.Com, BBA, BCA or CA too.
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    AMARDEEP JHA

    4 years ago
    I suggest you to got for B.Com from correspondence along with a specialised course in your interest area. In case of Finance and Banking, TKWs Institute of Banking and Finance has an integrated course. You will get to do a B.Com (Hons) from CU SOL along with an Advanced Diploma in banking and education. You also have an option to go for an additional qualification of CS. For a meritorious student like you, don't stick to traditional B.Com and waste 3 precious years of your life.
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    Mohit Gupta

    4 years ago
    I would suggest you go for B.Com through correspondence along with a specialised course in your interest area. In case of finance and banking, TKWs Institute of Banking and Finance has an integrated course. You will get to do a B.Com (Hons) from DU SOL along with an Advanced Diploma in banking and education. You also have an option to go for an additional qualification of CS. For a meritorious student like you, don't stick to traditional B.Com and waste 3 precious years of your life.
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    iam ssuhana | Guide-Level 14

    4 years ago
    You can do BBA in Financial Markets, B.Com. (Management Accounting and International Finance B.Com (Hons) BBA in International Finance. Later on you can do MBA in Either financial Markets or MBA in Banking and Insurance. Good colleges are: BBA Colleges: K. J Somaiya Mumbai, Lovely Professional University, Punjab, Christ University, Bangalore, MS Ramaiah University, Bangalore, Madras Christian College, Chennai, Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, Shri Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai, Wilson College, Mumbai, Lala Lajpat Rai College of Communication & Economics, Mumbai, Delhi University. B.Com College: Narsee Monjee, Mumbai,... view more
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    kanu vashisht | Guide-Level 15

    2 years ago
    Go for B.Com or BBA as per your choice and here you can do alongside course as well so that your years will be saved.

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