What can I do after B.Com except for CA, CS and other professional degrees like M.Com, MBA, etc.? Is there any apart from these?

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    Daksh Ahuja | Contributor-Level 9

    4 years ago
    Hi,After Bachelor Of Commerce- B.Com, if you are not interested in CA, CS, M.Com, MBA etc. you can go for a number of courses such as M.Sc. (Economics), M.Sc. (Hotel Management), , M.Sc. (Design - Interior & Furniture), M.Sc. (Design - Fashion), M.Sc. (Design - Multimedia), M.A. (Journalism & Mass Communication), M.Sc. (Film and TV Production), M.A. (Theatre and Television), M.A. (Sociology), M.A. (Psychology), M.A. (History), M.A. (Political Science), M.A. (Public Administration), M.Sc. (Geography), M.A. ( Education), M.Sc. (Computer Science ), M.Sc. (Information Technology). You just have to find your interest and then you can go for your d... view more
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    Anuj Sikka | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    You can give Bank PO paper and also you can go for courses like CFA CFE etc.
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    Raj shakya #ReadyToHelp | Scholar-Level 16

    4 years ago
    Yes, there are various courses apart from CA/CS/CMA or MBA/M.Com, like M.Sc. In economics or designing courses or you may join various media and journalism courses.
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    vaishnavi shukla LLM from Symbiosis Law School, Pune | Guide-Level 12

    4 years ago
    Try 3 years of LL.B. After graduation, its a good option.
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    Pushpendra Sharma

    4 years ago
    CS+LLB makes great combination. The best thing is that you should pursue LL.B. From any reputed university such as DU, BHU, and other central and private university.
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    NITIN KUMAR

    4 years ago
    Hi Jaichandar,
    I think choice of the course should depend on why you are pursuing the course. If its only for education purpose - Go for any academic course that fits well with your aptitude. If its to secure a good career - Go for a vocational/Diploma course into the industry / field that you really like.
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    AVISH BINDAL | Contributor-Level 9

    4 years ago
    You can go for hotel management, event management and there are some universities in India which also gives Diploma in Entrepreneurship.
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    Rohit Kothawade i am here to help you in your problem | Guide-Level 13

    4 years ago
    There are many options after completing your B.Com. You can go for LLB LLM. Diploma in taxation, Diploma in import and export. If you don't want to do CA CS or professional courses like M.Com and MBA, these are few of the options. Other than this, you have more options like you can go for Diploma courses in advertisement Mass Communication designing.
    Now a days, many of students are preparing for government exams like banking, staff selection commission, UPSC etc. So, this is also one of the option for you.
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    JATIN SAHARMA | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    Hi,
    You can go for CFA, SSC civil services, in banking sectors like POs etc.
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    Bhavy dhawan | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    You can go for civil services like SSC or UPSC. You can also opt for Bank POs.

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