After b.com you should go for competitive examination, which is the 1st step towards government job. You can start your career in banking sector i.e IBPS PO/so, SBI and all bank exams. Also, you can go for UPSC examination where you will get higher studies opportunity and higher earnings too. For UPSC exam UPSC Classes in Nagpur provide you proper guidance and coaching.
Yes, after your b.com with 53% you can go for the following degrees:
M.A. (Journalism & Mass Communication)M.A. (Psychology)M.A. (Sociology)M.A. (English )
Its always better to choose the top universities for pursuing your education. Some of them are:
Sri Ram College of Commerce(SRCC) - Delhi
Lovely Professional University- Punjab
Department of Commerce - Christ University - Bangalore
Lady Shriram College for Women (LSR) - Delhi
Hansraj College - Delhi
Loyola College - Chennai
St. Joseph's College of Commerce - Bangalore
I hope it helps.
After completing your MSW, you can work with NGOs and NBFCs as well.
Azeez Premji recruits couple of MSW passouts with descent packages for his own NGO.
Before jumping on this stream, at least check with the help of ideal career test whether you really want to do it Or just its a new course with more possibilities for you.
What have you done so far? The age limit for PO entrance examinations is 21-28 years.
You may enrol for the Diploma in Banking courses offered by certain banks along with Sikkim Manipal Institute of Management. They assure placements at the end of the course.
ICICI recruits POs through this route. But nationalized banks offer a better starting salary than ICICI to POs.
Thanks for contacting us, some points are helpful for you:
1)First if you not in hurry to go in job, then you should keep your study going on. You can take admission in diploma Engineering directly in second year after having ITI.
2) you can search your job after ITI in various manufacturing companies in Noida, gurgaon, delhi and faridabad.
3) Also after getting a job, you can pursue your graduation Like B.Sc. from IGNOU along with your job. This will help you in promotion and job switching.
4) you can try your luck in different public sector government jobs like railway, electr
We need to know how you define 'best'? Is it in terms of status, job satisfaction, money, settling in a particular country, working in a particular sector? The answer depends on that.
Take up the Skill Based Career test, or the Commerce Career Selector test on this platform. You will have your answers.
I would rather suggest that she opts for a career she is interested in after she graduates. Good if she makes a decision based on her experience that she can get only after she gets a job and gets an experience of the market based on her work experience.
Anyways few options, she could opt for includes:
Professional courses like CFA, CA, ICWAI, CS
MCA ( If opted for Math)
BSE / NSE
Banking and finance ( Institute of Banking and finance)
Animations / Web designing / Graphic designing
Wish you good luck