There are many short term courses. But it should match with your line of interest as well as your qualifications, only then it will help you seek a job and you would get paid accordingly.
NIIT, provides short term courses related to IT and software.
You could also think of short term courses like Animations, web designing, ethical hacking, Designing, Painting, Photography, Digital Marketing etc.
Wish you good luck...
It is important to know about what you thought earlier.
Use your free counseling of 10 minutes and call if possible if you need guidance.
Also its not necessary that MBA will take you to Corporate World. There are many other options available.
Take Commerce and start your preparations.
Generally, Universities like Delhi University are asking for Maths in BCom courses. So there is only few best universities which are not asking for Maths in BCom. Those are:
Jamia Millia Islamia
Lovely Professional University
You can visit the websites of these universities for the details on the course and fee structure etc. You can explore the world of commerce even without Mathematics. You may also can choose between BCom Honors, BCom Professional, integrated courses etc.
My question to you here is,:
Why have you chosen Commerce?
Do you wish to continue in the field of commerce or shift to another stream.
Anyways some of the options you could choose from includes:
B.Com ( Economics, Accounts)
Self Finance Courses like BAF, BBI, BFM
B.Com ( CA / CS)
Management Studies ( BBA / BMS)
Mass Media popularly called BMM
ARTS ( Sociology, History, political science, Psychology)
Before you select an option from the above, please do a lit search on the course as in what it comprises of and scope an
look for your career options in the mainstream and you will definitely get one.
Otherwise you are as good as an MBA Finance so those options are also available for you.
CS is just like another course with a very limited scope.
Do your B.Com. and prepare for CAT exam. Finish your MBA and take a good career.
An average girl, with a passion to succeed can choose any career that she wants and would be successful too.
My advise here would be do not pre judge yourself to be an average or super intelligent student that too based on your percentage. Most of the time it has been seen that a student has good logic but when it comes to writing it down or exams they fail miserably and that is seen during their scores or percentages.
Thus if you feel you have a strong logical capacity, and you like Math or understand Math concept, both the field CA and CS can be chose
Yes you can.
But think twice. What is the use of obtaining 2 different certificates?
Which line do you wish to make a career in?
As a Accountant / Financial advisor (CA) or as a policy maker (CS).
Choice is yours.
If you could combine both together it would be a great combination. But you would have to make a niche for yourself in the industry.
Wish you good luck...
Better concentrate on CA.
Go for a regular course.
You can also do it along with that.
Any professional course whether CS or CA, is tough and most importantly requires a lot of hardwork, sincerity and dedication. In short one needs to devote more time to these courses alone.
CS, dont confuse it with secretary in general. The role of a CS is more related to policy making based on existing LAWS and compliance, and at the sametime handling budget and accounts as such. Thus the advantage of CS is higher income in the job market.
As mentioned earlier, one needs to dedicate longer hours towards CS preparations and hence we suggest pursuing B.,Com, bec