Without full pass in graduation, you will not be able to get admission to the IPCC course. Also, this makes me think, whether are you really suitable for the Chartered Accountancy course?
What was the reason for a back in BCom? If you have such casual studying habit, then sustaining and clearing the Chartered Accountancy exam is difficult.
I would suggest that you take the Commerce Career Selector Test from CareerGuide.com. This is a psychometric test which is designed to tell you which career in commerce is suitable to you according to your aptitude, interests, innate abilities
You have selected the category "Courses after BCom". However you have not written any thing about your concern or doubt.
There are many options in commerce field and there are many courses which you can do after BCom. I will list some of the courses here, however before I do that, I would want you to know for yourself in which career option you are suited for. Choosing a course in commerce randomly will 100% land you in problem and it will then be a waste of energy and money. Therefore to avoid such situation, I would first ask you to take the Commerce Career Selector Test from
If you are looking for an under graduate course, I would recommend you to go for a UGC recognised University in India.
Though foreign affiliations and partnerships look very rosy, you will have to check their relevance to the indian industry.
This is a very broad and a general question.
As students can Graduate in either the Science, Commerce or ARTS stream.
Please do specify which field you are looking out for.
Please do note more or less all University across India provide the same course, may e in different names, but course curriculum is the same.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...
Hello Dear Friend,
Welcome to CareerGuide.com!!!
Thanks for bringing your career query to us.
Congratulations for successfully completing your B.com and getting a degree :smile:
Well considering all your things that you were not able to clear CA exams. Well only CA is not only the option for the Commerce graduates we have several other courses after commerce graduation. But let me tell you one thing before going in the journey of exploring careers; whichever course you prefer to opt but you will have a theory part to be studied in order to earn the course certificate or degree.
Well there ar
Nice to know your inclination towards working in the accounting field.
Typically Accounting is a technical field, therefore courses like Chartered Accountancy, Cost Accountancy are the two best courses available.
Alternatively, after BCom you can do MCom in Accountancy and also Taxation, since these both are demanded heavily by the companies.
You should also do TALLY 9.2/10.1 Accounting course which is very must for getting ajob in the accounting department.
Though you had computer applications as a subject in your graduation, please remember that you are ultimately a commerce graduation. [Your computer application knowledge] is just 10% and with this, you cannot get a job in IT company.
You may offered a role of Technical Support or Customer Service Executive in an [IT company or ITES] company, but the job profile will be very low.
Best is to get a [IT oriented qualification] by doing a [course like MCA] or MCM or courses from NIIT or Aptech, etc.
Dr. Anand Wadadekar
Hi arun,The choice of the career depends on your interest area.MBA is one of the best option for you. Apart from MBA, you can look for some other professional courses. Some course suggestions are;Master's in business economicsMaster's in mass communication and journalismMedia management Travel and tourism Film studiesAnimation and MultimediaHospitality and hotel management CACSICWAetc All the best
Hi mayur,MBA , CS , Office management are some good options for you. CA, Cost accounting etc are other options which you can choose from. All the best
Hello dear friend...
First of all thank you for coming to CareerGuide.com and asking your query to us, it is always our pleasure to answer your query in all manner we could, I will try my best to answer your question.
, I would suggest you to go for MBA and take subjects of your choice. you can find many options there like Human resource, marketing, finance etc. Its all your choice which subject you think is suitable for you and you have interest for the same. or even you can go for M Com which is also good choice after bcom and even you can find clerical level jo
Hello Sandeep,Good to know that you are looking out for a futuristic career option SAP.SAP is a means used for making work and data storage easy and makes systems more clearly accessible.The basic requirement for this course is just being a Graduate.But since this course encompasses more of the technical aspects, preferably a student with knowledge related to softwares and programming are preferred.But never-the-less, if you are technically strong and are open to learning, there are crash courses which are technically oriented for non-technical students.So after you clear your Graduation, you