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I am happy to know that you want to do something best in thousands of career options that are present today. But please understand that there is nothing best out there. It is upto you to make the best and that too for yourself. Since you are in the last year of your commerce graduation, though you a little late to decide about what to do next, you need not worry considering your have approached CareerGuide.com for helping you out in your confusion and career path. Why dont you take up the psychometric test available here which will you give an exact idea of what and which career option will suit you the most and what would be best to do for a stable and secure career ahead? Apart from the psychometric analysis, if you search the internet for career option after commerce graduation, you will get numerous options. some options I can quote here are Chartered Accountancy course, Company Secretaryship course, Cost Accountancy course, MBA course, MCom course, etc. All these courses are very much related to the commerce field and all are in very high demand and also give you good career, job profile and pay packages. However courses like Chartered Accountancy, Company Secretaryship and Cost Accountancy are high end courses which require disciplined efforts and hard work and above all the liking for maths, numbers, law, etc. MBA course is a natural progression of students these days after their graduation. MBA course if done from very good institutes is only relevant since not all MBAs today get jobs or if they get jobs, then they are not happy with those since they are monotonous and low end jobs with low salaries. MCom course should be done just as a masters degree, dont expect jobs if your just an MCom. Hope you have good command over english language, since that is very important to get a job these days. I think you should definitely pursue post graduation in the options listed above since those options are proven career path which will give you good job and stable life. Best Luck
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Well B.Com is a very good course structure like others, no subject is good or bad it is you who has variable approaches to understand any subject, if your attempt and interest justify then it looks good otherise your academic limitations lead you to the struggle and agony regarding a subject.I wish you are not the vicitim of such emotional and unprofessional realization rather you asked me for the better complementation:1. First you analyze the all modules of your bcom syllabi and discuss with the concerned course teacher or course coorrdinator who can guide you better as he or she knows your academic graph as per the classroom perforance and overall aptitude that is why first you look at yourself then approach your teacher. Get the comments from different mentor for the same course of action but do decide yourself where your intellenigence power and visionory approach is superior. Anyways your trnacripts which carry the points of your calculative seem to be helpful to decide your interest and strength but sometimes it fails due to the poor assessment at academic default side so be ware and hear the voice of your expereince rather then chasing the friends and family desire which confuse you and dilute your objectives.
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