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What are the career options for commerce with infomatic practice and entrepreneurship without maths?
You are highly needed to explore what all you can do without maths getting involved in future subjects. However, understand that you need to have basic mathematical numerical aptitude at work and you dont have to master pure mathematical skills like differential calculus or integral calculus when you start work. I suggest you always have touch with NCERT maths text book to be competitive when you start work. I advice you not to ignore basic maths but also tell you not to worry that not studying maths will no way interrupt your career.
Dear friend, many many thanks for approaching us at CareerGuide.com, in fact this is a very practical question. here you have not mentioned your academic qualifications and what you are doing at present. As you have mentioned that you are interested in commerce along with informatics practice. Let me tell you that gone are the days when commerce was a subject chosen by students after science subject, and people used to opt it for the sake of taking care of their family business.Now a days, the commerce is very popular and job oriented course, which has huge demand. As you have combined commerce and Informatics practice, therefore, it has lot more scope compared to simple commerce subject. The commerce is all about business and trade. It deals with studies of market, economics, fiscal deficit, fiscal policies and industrial policies and so on. Commerce is a broad orbit of interdisciplinary branches viz. accountancy, business administration, finance, economics, business, trade, advertisement, e-commerce and so many other disciplines.The over all economic growth of a nation largely depends upon advanced commerce studies and analysis by the experts. Therefore, this streams offers a very large number of options.
Commerce opens up many job avenues, globalization, foreign insurance and foreign investments has created enormous job opportunities for commerce students both in governmental sector and private organization. In governmental sector the job opportunities are in colleges, universities, institutes, state and central government offices and banks. here the person works as lecturer, assistant professor, assistant scientist, economist, technical officer, probationary officer. The commerce graduate is also eligible to become charted accountant and company secretary. Both these jobs has great opportunities in private sector.Moreover, if you wish to study further (post graduation in commerce) then you will have lot more opportunities in marketing, banking and finance, hotel management, business communication, finance, insurance, economics, Law etc.By having a commerce post graduation degree you may be appointed as business manager or manager in any business or finance related company. Later your hard work and performance will give you higher positions.The scope of a commerce (graduate or post graduate along with informatics practices) are also great in western hemisphere. Here maths is not that important do decide your future, the other subjects such as accounting, auditing, business economics will fulfill the requirement of the degree.
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