Both are good Devyank.. If you are interested in Maths, you can take commerce with Maths, other wise Commerce without Maths. So, you can go for the course as per your interest. You can seek admission for the courses like B.Com, BCA, BBA etc in institutes like Lovely Professional University, Manav Rachna University etc.
Hello Himanshi.. Both commerce with Maths and without maths are offering good job opportunities. If you are not so good in Maths, you can choose Commerce without Maths. B.Com without Maths are offered by the institutes like Christ university, Lovely Professional University, JMI etc. B.Com with maths course is available in many institutes like Delhi university etc. So you can take a decision based on your interest in Maths.
2 best field with excellent opportunity. But which to choose?. Let me tell you first which fields or courses you can opt for with both.
With commerce and IP, you mainly have opportunity in the field of computers. Courses like BCA, B.SC IT B.SC Computer science, animation, java, C++, ethical hacking, digital marketing and NIIT
With math, you have options like B.SC IT, BCA, Economics, statistics, banking and finance, architecture, designing, stock markets etc.
Looking at both the options, one course common is computers. But with Math you have many other options and not rest
Yes Tanishque.. You can appear for CA exam and to apply for competitive exams like Company secretary etc. Higher options like M.Com and MCA is also there. You can apply for these courses in institutes like Christ university, JMI, Lovely Professional University, Pondicheri university etc.
Thank You. ALSO IF I WANT TO PURSUE BA AFTER 12th In DU am i eligible.?
I have subjects like accounts ,business studies,eng,eco and IP
Scope is something which you need to build with your capabilities.
Please note a B.Com graduate, with subjects like accounts, book keeping, SP etc have a lot of opportunities in sectors like banking, financial institutes etc.
You can work as an accountant, financial advisor, banker etc
Wish you good luck...
Hai.. You can join in B.Com courses where maths is not compulsory. Some other courses are like integrated courses where you can pursue MBA after your B.Com, that too within 4 years. Some of the best institutes where you can find such courses are Delhi University, Lovely Professional University, SRM. You can visit the websites of these institutes to understand about the fee structure, scholarships, course curriculum etc. As a degree in commerce makes you to join in the job market or to go for MBA, you have to focus on the placement record of the institutes you are planning to join. All the wish