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Its not like it will be easier for me getting a good job i wanna know what all jobs i can get and what will b the salary ? what all can i do after b com hons

If you are really interested in foreign language so just go for it. Though the languages that are in demand presently are Japanese, German, French, Chinese, Spanish.. Every foreign language has its own advantage.

Foreign language courses can be studied after 10+2 as a 3 years graduate course or even as 5 years integrated language course in the universities offering such courses.

Career in Foreign Language::

Translators find job with industries, publishing houses, government and research organizations. Other job opportunities for language specialist lie with the travel and tourism sector, hotel industry, exhibitions and fairs, airlines offices, export agencies, radio stations and trade organizations..

On other side there are also lots of option after 12th for commerce students such as::, BBA, BCA, BBM, some computer courses like: Tally, Computer Accounting, SAP financial module, Basic Microsoft elements etc..

CA, CS, ICWA are some professional courses.

All the best

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You can do B.Com(P) or B.Com(Hons.). Both are good for your future after completing B.Com you can do MBA or M.Com. You can also do CA or CS. Now a days demand for CA or CS increases very fast.You can also do B.Com and CA or CA together it also saves your time.

Best of luck...
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Mathematics is not a compulsory subject in commerce. So you can skip it ,if you feel it down grades your percentage marks. But statistical maths play a main role in commerce. At some point or other you have to study it pursue your career in commerce academically or professionally.
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Yes you can do BSIM and B.Com together.The BSIM course covers software development, networking, IT & Systems Management as well as BPO management. It would open up several opportunities in the IT sector - in programming, networking or management - and is a good option to enter the IT industry for graduates without any previous IT experience. While most of the larger companies in the IT sector would recruit either MCA or software engineering graduates for jobs in the software develoment areas, a large number of BSIM candidates do get recruited by these companies in areas such as software testing, business analyst positions. If you are ready to invest two years after graduation then a good option is to do your MBA which will open various avenues in marketing , HR, IT, finance etc. You also have the option of doing your MBA as a part time course or as a distance learning program.... ► Read more
CA and bank job profiles are quite different. To study CA you have to spent good amount of your time in studying as CA subjects are quiet difficult. Also the percentage of error in CA is very less. Next if you want to do CA with then get your daily study schedule organized properly. Take coaching on CA subjects from a good institute.

Now lets talk about bank job. To get a bank job you need to be a graduate. Next you have to sit for the written entrance exam conducted by the banks followed by GD and final interview. The job which you get is that of a probationary officer. There are lot of private coaching centers which can guide you in appearing for the written entrance exams.As well as GD and personal interview.

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I would be in a better position to answer you if you could tell me the subjects you have studied in your 12th standard.

As far as B Com (Hons.) is concerned you can opt for it if you have studied mathematics in your 12 class. Though anything you opt for will be beneficial if you are able to excel in the field. Try and choose a career you think best suites you i.e. depending on your personality, your interest, your aptitude etc. so that you enjoy the work you are doing, as ultimately that will become your career and you will have to live with it throughout your life. It is said that on an average, human life approximates to 60 years in which most of our time is spend working. So please opt for the profession that you think best suites you. You can even go for a Psychometric Assessment Report that will help find a right career for you. For details you can use the following links:-

A course like B Com (Hons) if done from good college will get you a good placement. You can even opt for a PG, for that you can go in for the following courses:-
MBA (with specialization in any field you like)
M Com.
M. Eco
M. Stats
etc, etc, etc……

Best of luck!

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The eligibility for doing MBA is graduation in any stream. So, you can pursue any graduate course to do MBA later.

BBA would be good professional course to pursue.

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Hello Vinod,

If your 10+2 is completed then you can do B.Com from any colleges.
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You can do B.Com(P) or B.Com(hons.)You can also do CA or CS with B.Com. It is better to do B.Com and CA or CS together.Graduation in any stream is important for further studies.... ► Read more
There is nothing like advantage or disadvantage .It is more to do with your capabilities and also money. Sometime students do with B.COM or sometime student do it after B.COM. To do CA or not CA also depend upon what you want to become. C.A is more professional course and you had better job opportunities after completing CA . You can also go for CA alone . Actually if you have capabilities to do both course then you should do both as in limited time you have two degrees. When people opt for CA course many of them opt for some other course with that or some part time job. Or they start CA after completing their regular courses. Also Many time after getting admission in CA student find it difficult or boring, many of them also failed. In these situation at least you can have B.COM and it is also easy if you compare this to CA .At least you have one degree on which basis you can do further studies and there is no loss of valuable years. I hope now you have got your answer. If you still have query you can ask me.... ► Read more

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