I have done B.Com. Which course should I do for a bright future among CA and MBA?

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    divesh rewatkar Struggles makes you stronger. | Contributor-Level 6

    6 years ago
    first I will say about CA .it is quite reputed professional course .u ll get job if u complete CA.but as per latest stats year by year the result of CA is getting tougher. it's not easy to become a CA. it requires dedication,hardwork and sincerity even if you fail in 1.2 attempt don't give upn about MBA if u give CAT and will score good percentile ,then may u will get admission in good colleges and placements. CAT exam is also tough it also requires hardwork comparatively CA is more difficult. . So my dear friend it depends on you what u wanna do.whatever u choose among these. jst believe in yourself. do hardwork and success is yours.best of ... view more
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    Dharamveer Dheer Educator at University | Scholar-Level 18

    2 years ago
    Remember It is your Interest and aptitude coupled with a passion that takes you places in career.So choose your programme accordingly. If chosen correctly every programme offers good employability as you will have a passion for the work. CA opens doors to private practice, corporate jobs in accounting and finance and consulting while MBA opens the doors to large number of functions and fields in corporate jobs as per the specialisation done. CA is offered only by ICAI while MBA is offered by about 1000 colleges in India. CA is far tougher to clear as he passing percentage is less than 5%You must choose MBA, only from universities of high repu... view more
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    Vaibhav Agarwal Positive attitude and hard working | Contributor-Level 7

    5 years ago
    Doing CA is not an easy task, you need to work more hard in it than in MBA.
    Presently, passing percentage of CA is also not more than 3%, so it is advisable to pursue MBA. Atleast you will have a job in your hand and you won’t waste your time and year in giving CA exams again and again.
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    Ronmi Bora | Contributor-Level 7

    5 years ago
    Hi,
    It depends on your area of interest and aptitude. If you like accounts and see yourself doing audit of a firm, CA is a very lucrative career. Many pursue CA with MBA (Finance) as well. If you like management and wish to explore specific specialisation like human resources, marketing, etc., MBA makes sense but MBA from a reputed institute having good placements makes sense. Otherwise, the degree is a waste.
    All the best.
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    Trilochan Tiwari | Contributor-Level 9

    5 years ago
    CA is tougher than MBA.
    Candidate will have to work very hard to clear examinations for CA.
    For MBA, one has to clear CAT XAT or CMAT GMAT exams with good percentile and get admission in good B-School.
    Both have a bright career opportunities.
    It's one own interest and financial considerations because doing MBA from good B-School is expensive also.
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    Pragati Verma | Guide-Level 13

    2 years ago
    Hello,I would suggest you MBA after B.Com. An MBA degree increases your expected earnings to a great extent. If you enter the job market with just a B.Com. Qualification, you may not receive very attractive starting salaries. But you can boost your expected compensation with a Masters level education, and also negotiate for a much higher pay grade. In recent years, the average base income of B-school graduates has seen a rising trend globally as more and more companies plan to hire MBA talent. I would suggest you LPU for MBA. MBA is a flagship programme of LPU, with many specializations and one coveted MBA Hons programme, it is one of the mos... view more
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    Pushkar Phatak

    5 years ago
    Do what you like. An MBA from IIM is more valuable than a CA. If you are good in accountancy, go for CA. However, there is little benefit of acquiring an MBA from a non reputed institution.
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    Ankur Kumar It good to commit mistakes but only if you learn. | Guide-Level 13

    5 years ago
    Go for MBA first and then after securing your career you could attempt for CA. CA is undoubtedly an amazing profession but I have seen people spending years and years. So, rather risking your efforts, you can play it safe and in a better way.
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    RAMPRAKASH PRAJAPATI

    5 years ago
    You must go for MBA because CA takes lot of time. With MBA, you will get a good job after 2 years. I would suggest you to go for MBA in finance or marketing.
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    Akash Debnath amazingtechntricks.com | Contributor-Level 10

    6 years ago
    Choose carrier depending on your interest.

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