What are the career & job prospects in India and abroad for B.Com (Hons)?
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B.Com (Hons) is a 3-year undergraduate degree programme to provide the student with a wide range of skills in the area of commerce, accounting and management. It also helps in preparing the students for business enterprises in account and finance roles. Some universities offers multiple electives and allow students to specialise in a particular subject in a final year. Some legacy universities offer B.Com degree course. B.Com (Hons) is now a de-facto standard accepted degree for jobs. B.Com Hons graduates are employed by BFSI industry as research assistants, Finance and Accounts Executives, Logistics executive in Export & Import. B.Com Hons i... view more
Dear Student.Talking about career and job prospects in India after B.com (Hons), it isn't having much of opportunities as there is so much of competition out there. So yes, it can be said that B.Com (Hons) is not enough for good career building. The exception is that you studied from SRCC or Hansraj that gets you placed for a package of 10 lakhs or so.Hence, it is advisable to go for post graduation or some professional qualification in order to build a career.Talking about the job prospects abroad. It carries hardly any opportunities out there.See, I agree that skills do matter but in order to show skills, it is essential to get a job or get... view more
Hello,There are plenty of job opportunities for the commerce graduates in India and abroad. The graduate can apply for jobs related to finance and business like banking, chartered accountancy, cost and works accountancy jobs. They can also apply for jobs in mass communication, law, hotel management, civil services, and so on.B Com graduates can seek out for a career in public and private sectors. Various tests are conducted in public sector for the recruitment of these graduates. They can attend the UPSC exams, Air Force accounts exams and so on. The graduates can also apply for the banking sector jobs like clerical and probationary officers ... view more
You have following option after B.Com (Hons) (a) M.Com (b) MBA (c) 3 years law degree I. e. LL.B. (d) MCA if you had Maths in class 12 as a subject (e) Masters in Social work (f) M.A. Mass Communication (g) Join Government where eligibility criteria is graduation degree (h) Appear for CDS to join Defense Services (I) Appear for Bank PO and clerical services examination (j) Join one-year courses run by private banks and B-Schools (k) PG Diploma in Business Analytics (l) Business Analysis certification from IIBA (m) CA/ CFA/ CMA/ LOMA, etc.
There are a lot of ways to settle abroad but the easiest way is to go for higher education. You can try for MBA from a decent university. See, the way it works is that higher your qualification, the better job you can get abroad. There would be some jobs available after B.Com but it would be tough to get them.This is the case with many young graduates in the country. You still have time to explore options. And the best thing is you have realised about yourself. That itself is a start. Look into where your strength is. If you like numbers, get into Chartered Accountancy. If you like specialising in management, finance, marketing, etc., or busi... view more
The career and job prospects in India and abroad for b.com graduated students are as follows with their explanation:Chartered Accountant (CA)Most commerce graduates pursue CA, which is a lucrative career option since it renders them with multiple opportunities.Masters of Commerce (M.Com)This is a two-year programme. Fresh graduates or students who have completed the Final CA programme are eligible for this degree. This is a broad field to study, which covers areas like accounting, actuarial sciences, economics, statistics, finance and others.Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)The ACCA offers the globally recognised Chartered... view more
Your career prospects depend not just on your qualifications but also on the skill you possess. There are people with amazing degrees, who are unemployed, yet there are numerous examples of people who never had a formal education, doing very well in their lives. That said, generally, B. Com (Hons) is considered a relevant degree for many accounting, basic taxation, general management, cost accounting, forecasting, purchase and stores related jobs at diverse range of organizations. The salary range depends completely on the job applicant and the kind of job he/she is applying to. The monthly salary can range anywhere between 20,000 Rs. to 80,0... view more
After B.Com Honours, you can get career opportunities in corporate areas like:Backend operations of financial institutions, commercial and investment banks like JPMC, Credit Suisse, RBS (Package - 3-5 LPA)Research Associates with Economic Consulting Firms like CRISIL, ICRA, CARE (Package 4-6 LPA)Advisory and consulting institutions like IT firms (Package 2-3 LPA)Customs Department( Package 3-5 LPA) Import/Export Companies (Package 2-4 LPA)You can also find jobs in Marketing and Accounts divisions of various big corporate houses like Murugappa, etc.TATA, Dabur, Birla (3-5 LPA)Apart from this, big known institutes, firms and many start-ups also... view more
B.Com Hons is a highly sought after career option due to the growth and demand for professionals adept in finance related domain and growth of the allied sectors. The career options for B.Com graduates include:1. MBA- general MBA or an MBA in finance2. CFA3. FRM4. M.Com5. PhD in quantitative techniques6. CA- another lucrative option The job prospects are also plenty. If one graduates from a top college with B.Com, MNCs for auditing like KPMG, EnY, Deloitte and investment banks like GS, JP, etc. recruit for business analyst profiles. Also, several public financial services firms and banks recruit such graduates. Finance in itself is a highly l... view more
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