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After the announcement of the 12th result, one of the biggest challenges students facing is which course they should join in their dream career?. there are plenty of courses you can join but lack of information students are not able to find out a top and best courses.

Today we have compiled the list of TOP 10 COURSE you can do after passing your 12th standard. so don’t worry about that, read this full article and you will know some best and top courses which can change your career decision.

Always choose your career with interest
Don’t go on what people tell you because they know nothing. Not even your family. Do what you wish to, what interests you. Research and think about what you’re comfortable with.

For career options you can choose anything, just believe in yourself. Every subject is best either for development or profession. A career is something that is yours, and it should be yours because a five years child can never be comfortable with his father’s shoes.

Top 10 Courses After 12th Commerce

As a 12th class commerce student, you must be aware of the basic concepts of economics, accountancy, mathematics, and business studies. Good knowledge of these concepts can help you in your further education in the commerce field.

Pursuing the mainstream after commerce courses such as B.Com, B.B.A is acceptable and also, good but as a person living in the new world, you should be willing to explore all your options and experiment with them. In today’s time, there’s a course for each and everything, and commerce shall not come in the way.

So, if you’re confused about what to do when you have come to the place. Listed below are some of the best and convenient courses that a student from a commerce background can easily apply to. Please read carefully.

Below is the List of Courses You can do After the 12th Commerce Stream

B.Com in Accounting and Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce, also known as B.Com/B.Com (Hons) is an undergraduate degree that can be pursued by students who have cleared 10+2 in Science, Arts, or Commerce stream.

However, preference is given to students who have studied Commerce at 10+2 level. The duration of the course spans over a period of 3 years in Indian colleges/Universities.

Important subjects present in B.Com. Course-
  • Economics
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Applications and IT
  • Business Regulatory Framework
  • Company Laws
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Income Tax
  • Business Communications
  • Business Environment
  • Management Accounting
  • Auditing
  • Statistics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Banking and Insurance

BBA LLB Course

Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Legislative Law Honours, popularly known as BBA LLB is an undergraduate Administrative Law professional integrated course.

Students opting for BBA LLB get to study the combination of the study of Business Administration and Law. A student who has qualified Senior Secondary (10+2) with a minimum of 50% marks is eligible for this course.

Important subjects present in Law Courses-
  • Constitutional Laws
  • Property Laws
  • Banking Laws
  • Environmental Laws
  • Company Laws
  • Consumer Protection Laws
  • Family Laws
  • Labour and Industrial Laws
  • Human Rights laws
  • Administrative Laws
  • Public International Laws

BMS Course

Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), is a precursor to Master in Business Management (MBA). BBA/BMS is the Bachelor’s degree undertaken to pursue a career in Business Management.

Any candidate who has completed Class XII or equivalent in any stream with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized board or university can pursue BBA/BMS.

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Chartered Accountancy (CA) Course

Chartered Accountancy or CA is a course Commerce students can pursue to become Chartered Accountants. To pursue CA in India, the candidate needs to register with The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).

Any candidate who has completed Class XII or equivalent with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized board or university can pursue CA.

Important subjects present in Chartered Accountancy program-
  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Taxation
  • Tax Laws
  • Auditing
  • Business Laws
  • Financial Management
  • Business Communication
  • Corporate Laws

Company Secretary (CS) Course

Company Secretary or CS is a course Commerce students can pursue after Class XII to become Company Secretary. Any candidate who has completed Class XII or equivalent with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized board or university can pursue CS.

To pursue the course and earn the CS degree the candidate has to register with the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI).

The above-listed options are specifically for the students who are passionate about the commerce subjects besides which commerce-students can apply all for all the fields related to humanities.

In the case of 12th Commerce passed students, to get selected for the C.S. course offered by ICSI, they must go through a 3 stage program.

The three programs are-

  1. Foundation Program
  2. Executive Program
  3. Professional Program

B.B.A Course

Bachelor of Business Administration is a three-year-long course, available at every college or university. After the completion of the under graduation degree, students can also follow up with an M.B.A. (Master of Business Administration) Degree.

Students are highly placed at managerial jobs in the private sector. Though jobs are available for B.B.A. graduates in the Government sector, the private sector offers more opportunities!

Important subjects present in B.B.A. program-
  • Financial Management
  • Marketing
  • Economics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Accounting
  • Statistics
  • Business Communications
  • Entrepreneurship skills

Bachelor of Economics

Why I mentioned this course here is that Commerce stream students will find it relatively easier to deal with B.Economics. or B.A. Economics. After completing this course (which lasts 3 years), one may land jobs in the private as well as Government sector.

There are many Government posts, which B.A. Economics graduates are eligible to apply for! And in the private sector, companies hire graduates to take up posts related to finance.

Important subjects present in B.Economics. Program-
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Macro Economics
  • Principles of Economics
  • Indian Economics
  • Macro Economics
  • Industrial Economics
  • Banking Economics
  • Public Finance
  • International Trade
  • Regional Economics

Please note that I’ve listed only the important subjects. And many of these subjects will keep on getting repeated throughout the program.

Important subjects present in Hospitality Diploma courses-
  • Food Production
  • Front Office Operations
  • Human Resource Management
  • Housekeeping and Maintenance
  • Communication Skills
  • Travel Management
  • Accounting

Animation and Multimedia Courses

You can apply for certificate/degree and diploma courses when it comes to this area of work. In the digital world that we live in, the market for jobs in this field is booming right now! The duration of the program may vary from institute to institute, like 6 months to 3 years.

Journalism and Mass Communication

Mass communication is a process in which a person, group of people or an organization sends a message through a channel of communication to a large group of anonymous and heterogeneous people and organizations.

Channels of communication include broadcast television, radio, social media, and print. Both diplomas and degrees are available for this course. Job opportunities in major media houses, both print, and digital media are available!

Important subjects present in Journalism and Mass Communication courses-

Media Ethics
Mass Communication
Languages and Translation
Communication Skills
Electronic Media
Print Media

C.M.A. Course

The CWA course was previously offered by ICWAI. The course name at ICWAI has recently been modified. CMA is the term given to it currently. Certified Management Accountant is the abbreviation for Certified Management Accountant.

There are some similarities between this course, Chartered Accountancy, and the CS course! Foundation, Intermediate, and Final are the three levels of the CMA program. Students who have completed their 12th grade may enroll in the Foundation level of the CMA program.

The length of the course is determined by your aptitude. In most cases, this course can be finished in two to three years. Various sectors seek out CMA professionals.

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