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Get clear first whether you wish to pursue an MBA in future. If yes and you wish to know more about management then opt for BBA.
Incase you have not decided your further course of action, then depending on your line of interest opt for a course. Like I said above, a knowledge of management as well as personality development then opt for BBA. But if you wish to learn about financial aspects, accounting and wish to work in financial institutes, banks etc opt for B.Com
As a counselor, I would suggest opt for B.Com. Anyways these days any graduates do opt for an MBA in the futur
As such you being a commerce student you would be in a better position to answer this question.
Subjects like Infornation practice (IP), Secretarial practice, business studies etc though have a touch on financial aspects but not calculations as such.
You could opt for them if your college offers those subjects to you.
Wish you good luck
Firstly I would suggest select anyone option.
Please note one common option after specializing in any one of the subjects is teaching. You could opt for a B.Ed program.
After a majors in English, you could opt for courses like journalism or mass media, language courses. Job opportunities are into fields like editorial jobs in publishing house or newspapers etc. You can also work as a translator in foreign embassy or with contest at international level. You could also start your own tutions or teach in coaching classes.
With a majors in history, you could further opt
Madam, i have 49%, 51% and 62% in first,second and last year respectively.So average is 54%. I was completed my degree in 2014.but first class is mentioned on my passing certificate, because pune university considered last year marks.
Any course that you have an interest towards is the best suited course.
Incase you have not decided a course, I would suggest, take up a job. Study the market and then based on this study, you could choose a course. That would save your time and energy and money. As the course would be specific and not a generic one.
But as you have asked about courses you could pursue, I am listing down few options. Rest is your choice
Courses in Banking and finance ( Institute of Banking and Finance)
Forex trade, mutual funds
Courses from BSE / NSE
I am listing down few University. Please check through their websites as per your criteria of being the best college.
Universal Business School. /
Amity University, Mumbai. http://www.amity.edu/mumbai/
Institute of Business studies and Research. http://www.ibsar.ac.in/
DY Patil. http://www.dypusm.com/
Indian Institute of Business studies and Management. http://www.iibms.org/
SP Jain. http://www.spjain.org/
Wish you good luck...
Yes of course pursuing CA is one option.
Other than this, if you are really interested in Math as such, you could opt for Actuaries study. They are the ones who use statistic tools in terms of setting insurance policy. To study Actuaries, a student needs minimum 90% in Math in 12th class.
Other than this, you could opt for a BCA course, whereby programming is something related to Math.
Or a B.Sc in Math honors or Statistics honors.
Choice is yours.
Wish you good luck...