Yogita KPandey

I am a B.com fresher in 2013.I have interest in law and taxation what should I do?

Should I go for C.S OR L.L.B OR BANK PO OFFICER?

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RE: I am a B.com fresher in 2013.I have interest in law and taxation what should I do?

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
Verified Career Expert
Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Currently what are you doing, since you cleared your degree a year back.


If you are interested in Law and taxation, the only course that covers both the areas includes CS, i.e. Company secretory
As a CS, you would definitely be mainly involved in taxation and helping the company deal with any kind of legal issues relating mainly to budgeting and taxation and at the same time help the company budget their finances as per the LAW.

generally, a CS course is pursued by students along with their Graduation.
Just like CA, the CS course also has levels and are equally difficult to crack.

Since you are a Graduate, mainly you would directly appear for the Executive Program and then the Professional Program.
For more information check, The Institute of Company Secretary of India. www. icsi.edu

Aprt from this you could also pursue an MBA, whereby Financial management, covers up taxation and budgeting and a little of LAW too.

Pursuing an LLM, course, will only expose you to Company LAW.

Though this may also support your wish of taxation, but then this knowledge of LAW is helpful only if you are a CS.

Because just with the qualification of a lawyer, no company will allow you to handle their budgeting and taxation. You may also not be in a senior position and may still have to report to the CS.
But the issue here is that to pursue an LLM, you need to be a LAW graduate and cleat CLAt tests.
Since you are a B.Com graduate you do not qualify for the LLM program.

As far as the Bank PO is concerned, it is the basic level position or rather an entry level position in a bank, mainly for a fresher.
Every bank has this position for freshers who wish to make a career in banks.
They are exposed to all functionality of a bank and they are under the 6 months probation period.
Once they clear their probation, based on their exams which are conducted internally as well as an interview and meeting with the heads of the various departments, the candidate is given a permanent position in the bank.

It is now for you to decide what you wish to pursue in future.
Wish you all the very best...........

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RE: I am a B.com fresher in 2013.I have interest in law and taxation what should I do?

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

If you have interest in Law and Taxation, in the industry you cannot get a job which will enable you to work in both departments simultaneously. Therefore I would suggest you to choose one of them and do courses based on it.

One area where taxation and law can be combined are the Indirect Taxes. You can do DTL course and get job in tax department as well think of doing your own practice as a Tax Consultant.

Bank PO are very different than what you are thinking of. They are not particularly related to law and taxation. An LLB and DTL will be a fantastic combination for you.

To be best sure of what suits you for your career, I would suggest you to undergo a psychometric test from CareerGuide which will help you understand yourself in respect of your strengths, weaknesses, emotional quotient, etc. and will exactly tell you which stream is good for you.
https://www.careerguide.com/psychometric-career-assessment

Best wishes,

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