There is no comparision between the two courses as both represent two different generes and are important in their own respective fields.
If you are interested in technical aspects especially physics, meaning machines and their mechanisms then engineering is your field.
And if numbers or math or finance interests you then commerce is your field.
And if confused, then opt for an Aptitude test or opt for engineering degree course followed by an MBA in Finance.
Wish you good luck...
Congrats on clearing class 12th with a good score.
Please note, that courses like LAW and Fashion can be pursue even after graduation.
But once graduated, you cannot opt for BHMS ( Homeopathy doctor) course.
Only if you are ready to start your career from 12th again, after you graduate, you could pursue BHMS.
Hence I would suggest, opt for BHMS.
At the sametime if time permits, you could opt for a certificate course in Designing. And once you graduate, and you are still interested in LAW and not medical, then you could opt for a 3 years co
The field of Commerce revolves around the value that is income generated i.e. business transactions and overall benefits taking the sales of products and services provided by producers to the consumers. Economics has even broader scope that excavates deeper into how this relation between Producer and consumer runs. This study allows examining how individuals, societies and businesses allocate these limited resources so that they can be beneficial to all. Commerce falls as a helping hand to economics, but studying Economics gives you much deeper understanding.
These two subjects can be counted
With a widespread awareness being created around the importance of yoga and naturopathy, the younger generation is keenly looking forward to stepping in the thither world of science. The scope and potential at the same time have reached new horizons in India, and as well as abroad. All this leads to the need of more professional and experienced personals who have a good hold on the subject and can spread their knowledge to the pupils.
Yoga, Ayurveda, and Naturopathy are three different branches of the same tree. Having their own aspects and factors, each one is as unique and as important
After BHMS, it is recommended that you start your own practice or join a hospital and take experience. Alternatively, you may think for the below options:
1. Clinical Research
2. Hospital Management
A student who has completed twelfth with Physics, Chemistry and Biology group and secured minimum 50% marks can opt for BHMS course. You also need to score good marks in NIIT or other relevant entrance exams depending on the college. Please specify your current academic qualification for more details.
All the best
As per UGC norms no institute can offer programs on distance mode if at least 40% of its content are practicals.
In BHMS mostly all papers contain practicals.
So I'm afraid you will not be able to enroll in BHMS distance education program.
If you find any institute inviting application for the same, it can be a fraudulence, don't fall into the honey trap.
It is sheer waste of money and time.
Hope this helps
Happy career planning