What is the confusion?
Being a Commerce graduate, at the moment, you have just 2 options.
Get into a job. You could grab a job as an accountant or anything related to finance, book keeping etc. Also could opt for working in banks as a probationary officer after clearing an entrance exam
Go in for further studies. You could opt for anything you like. Courses like LAW, Teaching (B.Ed), MBA, Banking and Finance, Mutual funds, MCA (Maths studied), NSE / BSE course, Mass Media, Hotel management, hospitality management etc.
I would suggest, get into a job, get to kn
For an Accounts, Finance and Business Administration career options, its done.
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It will help you to decide a good career.
Whether its good or bad is not the question. But completing your graduation is.
So before you think of correspondence two things need clarification. One check with IGNOU, whether you can appear for only the 2 nd year. Secondly, when you apply for a job, you need strong reasons to support your decision to pursue correspondence that too after 2 years.
Wish you good luck...
The only advantage of pursuing an integrated B.Ed and M.Ed is that you save a year. So instead of 4 years, you become a teacher / professor in 3 years and because of having both the qualifications, you could opt for either schools or colleges.
The eligibility is a masters degree in humanities or science or commerce with a minimum 55%. You would have to also clear an entrance exam conducted by the University you wish to apply for under NCTE guidelines.
For more details check:
Good question asked. But incase you have not decided a course post B.Com, then I would suggest get a job. Get some experience and a hang of what is in demand in the market and then follow it with a course. Advantage being you would be with the standards and demand of the industry as well as you would not do a course that could be of least interest to you.
Though I am listing down few options, but still I endorse what I wrote above. But choice is yours
Advanced accounting / tally
BSE / NSE
Forex market or trade
PG diploma i
If you are interested in banking, prepare for the public sector banking entrance examinations.Language is not so much of a barrier, there.
If you can explain the contents of your subject effectively in Hindi, there are many colleges in North India, that need teachers like you. Their students come from vernacular-medium schools, and are not comfortable with English. You need to take the M.Com and NET route for that.
Meanwhile, you may consider joining English improvement classes, so that language inability does not hit you adversely, while joining premier institutions. Private and foreign
Hi Fulchand Kanojia. I would like to know that whether you have done a plain B.Com or some specialized one. In a general case you will have to be a B. Com for ITP (Income Tax Practitioner).
You must go through the provisions of section 288 and you have to apply on a proper form. Do you have some work experience also? Share your details or your resume so that I can guide you for registering.