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You can do MBA from IGNOU. It is best distance learning program which covers all over India.You can do MBA in Banking and Finance or in HR. Today the scope of HR is increases so I think it is better for you to do MBA in HR.

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The company secretary course has great scope in terms of the career opportunities. The candidates have immense job opportunities in private companies mainly in the area of consulting, finance, banks, corporate bodies etc. The company secretary has the major role in taking the responsibility of business in the organizations. They will be actively involved in the decision making and different policy formulations in the companies. The nature of job will be challenging which gives the candidates wide area of exposure also.


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MBA will be a better option in your case,because job opportunities are large in case of MBA graduates and building a career after MBA is easier than MA. If you are not able to enroll for a full time MBA,choose the best Online MBA program which allows you to work full time and attent classes as you wish.NIBM is the one of the leading institute in India to provide quality Online MBA programs. They provide 1yr executive MBA for professionals,2 yr online MBA also.They have online MBA programs affiliated with Bharathiar university which is AICTE,UGC,DEC approved.I think NIBM will be a wise option for your online MBA studies.Syllabus of NIBM EMBA meets international standards. for more details visit their website http://nibmglobal.com/... ► Read more
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 It’s good to see that you have started   planning about your career from now. Yes, you can pursue CS along with your BBE course and it will be fruitful for career.
But doing BBE in itself takes a lot of effort and time and if you are planning to go for company secretary then you are expected to give your fulltime over there also which would be very time consuming so it is up to you if you think you can manage both things side by side then you can go for it.

Company secretary generally work   as legal advisor   so if you are planning to into public limited company then you are expected to be professionally qualified as a lawyer, accountant or company secretary, though previous experience as secretary of a PLC may also be taken into account.

Company secretary of a private limited company (LTD) needs no formal qualifications. It is the director’s responsibility to ensure that the company secretary has the appropriate knowledge and experience to act as a secretary of the company.
 
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Dear do not get confused with your future, but select one profession as your strength, as i come across CA is independent does not require support from other cources like.Law etc. But CS is reputed job in a corporate sector if you have done with ur MBL and CS. choice is urs.... ► Read more
CS itself is a good course. It provides good job opportunities.On completing the course you will basically will be an expert in the areas related to the legal aspects of the company. So you will find opportunities as the legal compliance officer of the company. You will need to advise the board on the best practices in corporate governance. Also you will be able to advice on areas like security laws, corporate laws etc. Your role will basically be a strategic adviser to the company.The initial salary of CS is 25000 minimum.


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Dear Friend, All the courses that you have mentioned are good. High paid salary is totally depend on your performance and percentage.One should study to her/his level best because properly studied stuff never gets ruined. It works for us in one way or the other. After completion of B.Com you can go for:-
1.M.B.A. (2Years)
2.Bank/Insurance Probationary/Development Officer Exam
3.L.L.B. (2 Years)
4.C.A. (2 Years)
5.B.Ed. (1 Years)
6.I.C.W.A. (2 Years)
7.Bachelor in Library Science (1 Years)
8.C.S. (2 Years)
9.Import/Export Diploma (1 Year)
10.M.C.A. (3 Years)
11.M.C.M. (2 Years)
12.MPSC/UPSC Exams
13.Computer Courses Tally

14.Indian Military Academy
I can suggest you MBA will be the best option for you.MBA people are in good demand in these days.
They can have plenty of opportunities in variety of sectors. In addition, if you are interested, you can go for M.Com, it is having very limited scope.Chartered Accountancy will also be a best option to join.My suggestion would be to go through MBA with Finance as the major specialization,Try to get admission in B-Schools so that there is much value for your MBA degree.
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Hello friend,
There is huge demand for CS because the number of successful candidates is less than required. According to sources, within ten years, 50,000 CS will be required in India. As a CS, you can either work with a company or you can practice independently.
A qualified CS can earn anything between Rs.25,000 to 50,000 in their initial stage.

The Company Secretary course is divided into three stages
Foundation Programme
Executive Programme
Professional Programme

Graduates from any stream(except fine arts), can enroll directly for the executive Programme.

The last date of registration is 28th of February to appear in the examination conducted same year in the month of December and 31st of August for the examination conducted next year in the month of June.

For further information, please visit

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India,
ICSI House, 22, Institutional Area,
Lodi Road, New Delhi 110003.
Phone-(011) 51504444, 24617321-24, 24644431-32
Fax-(011)24626727

Website - www.icsi.edu
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Chartered accountancy course has in depth study relating to financial accounting, auditing, tax aspects. Company secretary ship has in depth study relating to company law.Cost accounting course has in depth study relating to cost and management accounting.All of these are deals in different field. Choose your course on the basis of your skill.


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Both are set up under an act by the indian parliament and posseses very high demand in market.

while cs mainly focus on company laws ca focus on preparing of company's financial reports. you can say while ca deals with money matters cs deals with laws of company.

if you do cs you will study mainly the indian company laws alongwith some foreign laws for runing the company smoothly and will find job in india the demand for cs is high in india only but once you get job you wont have to think for you future or money as the minimum salary you may be getting in company after completion os cs is around 40k and your designation may go upto chief law oficer or to director of a company.

ca is a much wider you will be dealing with all money matters all accountancy works and the demand for accountants are high everywhere once you complete your ca you may get good job in countries like canada or singapore where the demand for indian ca are high.

initially you may find a bit difficulty in getting job if you do cs because cs student are require in multinational companies only but an accountant is needed even in a small firm so you wont sit ideal for even a day in case of ca.

if you plan for abroad then i would advise you to go for ca.

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On completing the course you will basically will be an expert in the areas related to the legal aspects of the company. So you will find opportunities as the legal compliance officer of the company. You will need to advise the board on the best practices in corporate governance. Also you will be able to advice on areas like security laws, corporate laws etc. Your role will basically be a strategic adviser to the company.


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