Hello dear friend   After reading your question i understood your problem very well, i Know you in big dilemma how to work in accounts and finance being a MCA, But I am happy to say not a problem at all, you can work as a accountant though you are did MCA after graduating from commerce back ground it si not an issue at all.   If you are good in accounts and finance and want to pursue your career in that than there is no problem in that as it is important what you want to do not what is required to do. so if you getting job opportunities as a accountant go for it

Hello Good to see that you are considering to study in the UK, something related to accounts. 1. Study options: You can study any course related to accounts in Luton. The common courses that you are eligible to apply in accounts are: MSc Accounts MSc Accounts and finance MBA with accounts ACCA - Professional certification I understand you are already an MBA degree holder but there is no harm to study an another MBA. I have plenty of friends who have done their second MBA abroad apart from doing their first MBA degree in India. Otherwise you can also do a Mast

Hello Good to see that you are a graduate of Manipal University and are also en-route on a career in accountancy. Manipal University is extremely prestigious in Karnataka and being a graduate from this school will be certainly rewarding for your career. I see from your query that you have completed a Bcom already. To make your career progress further there is only one way that could actually help you and that is studying further related to accounts and your career. Studying further means you have three routes to pursue. Master of commerce with accounts: As you have already compl

Hello student, Let us have a few words related to accounts then we will move to its scope and broad perspectives. Accountancy is a branch of mathematical science and commerce

Hi Geet, There are lots of option after 12th.. such as::B.com(Accounting Finance,Banking & Insurance,Financial Accounting,Bussiness Economics,Computer Application),BBA(Bachelor of Business Administration),BBM,BAF(Bachelors in accounting & finance),BFM(Bachelors in financial market),BMS(Bachelors in management studies). With computers you can go for BCA, which is the best suited option. Apart from that CA, CS, ICWA etc are some professional courses. Some Computers course also available are:1) Tally2) SAP financial module3) Web Designing4) Computer Programming5) Basic Microsoft elements

Hello there, Firstly congratilations for obtaining the Visa. Secondly please do make sure, if you are eligible to work under the Spouse Visa. Though I know, you are looking out for AAT Accounting information. For more on AAT, check www.aat.org.uk As far as the documents required, you would have to check the University website, or visit the British Council Library, they would be able to guide you. One word of caution here is that, please do also check your qualification to be a prerequisite to the course you wish to pursue. Since Graduate programs and the MBA programs are sometimes not a

B.Com honors course is better than B.Com general if it is from reputed universities and colleges. So you can apply for B.Com honors in institutes like Lovely Professional University, Amity university, Shradra University etc and can explore the field of commerce.  You can work as Financier, Banker, Accountant etc after completing the course. M.Com or MBA is also a good option for masters so that you can find a number of opportunities in private and public sectors. 

Hello Akashdeep, Hope you are planning to appear for the final round of the CA examination. Also as per my knowledge before the finals, a student needs a minimum 3 years of work experience under a practicing CA. Please note, you are eligible to work as an accountant in both government or private sector. But getting the final degree in hand will get you a better position. At the sametime, work under a CA as an accountant would be a better option, as that would give you a better exposure.   Wish you good luck...

Dear Aspirant,  You have with you all that is required for a senior level position in your concerned domain. In India, definitely you can get opportunities for senior positions. A well drafted resume highlighting your skills acquired, competence areas and work experience details should be done. Take help of a professional resume drafter. You can definitely leverage your qualification and experience for further career. I would suggest that if possible, you can go for a distance learning MBA. Since you are technically competent in accounting domain, adding the management knowledge can be of

Dear Aspirant, Since you belong to commerce field the most favourable job oriented areas are accounting, taxation, costing, marketing & sales. It appears from your question that you do not wish to do a professional course and wish to get into the industry as fast as possible. Your thought is in a way in the right direction. I would suggest you the below job oriented courses: 1. Tally ERP 8.1 2. Diploma in Taxation Laws (DTL) 3. Diploma in Accounting, Costing, etc. Some other non-commerce courses are Diploma in Digital Marketing / Graphic Designing, Diploma in Hotel Management, Diploma in H

Dear Aspirant, Since you have not secured placement from the college you will be passing out, you need to hunt for job on your own. You may first contact your friends, relatives who can refer you as a fresher in the companies they are working if the company they are working is related to your domain. You need to definitely upload your resume on top job portals like www.naukri.com and www.monsterindia.com . Mention the city in which you prefer working and you will start getting calls for interviews if your profile is found suitable. You should also send your resume to job consult