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I would suggest apart from an MBA or along with it pursue a course in tourism and ticketing. But see to it that the Institute is IATA or UFTA recognised.
Please note without basic knowledge about tourism, pursuing an MBA wont help.
To be a tour guide, most essential is knowledge about a particular site, its history, tradition, cuisine and most important is the local people or agent and markets. This is possible only when you join a tour organization and start researching.
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Chartered Accountancy or CA being a professional course needs complete dedication and sincere efforts as such. Thus the most important factor is time. One needs to devote maximum time for preparation.
Hence you need to opt for a course that would not take the whole day in terms of lectures or practicals or projects etc. Hence I would suggest B.Com. The course generally has morning lectures.
The other reason being subjects like Accounts and Financial Management which would be helpful during CA preparations too.
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To pursue and become an IAS officer, you need to clear the Civil service exam conducted by the UPSC.
Preparations for which begins immediately after one clears their Graduation.
Apart from subject knowledge, student is checked mainly for their logical or reasoning capacity as well as general knowledge.
Thus a student needs to have knowledge regarding history, political science, current affairs, sports, health, finance, business etc. Everything that you can think of.
The most important thing for this exam is knowledge. Thus reading each and everyth
MCom, MBA, MCA etc are the likely courses for you after BCom. But you can change the stream if you are interested in other fields like Arts, Creative Arts, Law etc. You can find the leading institutes providing these course as Hyderabad University, Lovely Professional University, JMI, Manav Rechna University etc. You have an opportunity to pursue your course with scholarship in some of the universities. Good exposure in the field and vibrant campus life will make your graduation worthy if you are selecting such institutes.
You as such have just 2 options.
1. Get into a job. Any industry you are interested in you could join in as an accountant or in the financial position. In banks as a probationary officer after clearing an entrance exam.
2. Go in for further studies. You could opt for an M.Com or an MBA program. A certificate course in banking from the institute of banking and finance. Or if you wish to change your field, you could get into fields like designing, LAW, computers courses like animations, web designing, course in hotel management, mass media, digital marketing, teaching etc.
Go for FRM. It will help you to get a good career opportunity with best of the consulting firms in the world which are into Risk Management.
After these many years, if you still want to have a good career, I would strongly recommend you to start your MBA immediately.
A CA of 4 - 5 attempts is treated equivalent to an MBA Finance candidate in the job market. You wouldn't loose much if you do your MBA in Finance from a good college.
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