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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.

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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 B.com 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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You have lot of options after B.COM - You have got lot of options like- MBA, CA, CS, ICWA, further studies in field of commerce, economics, finance,MCA, creative field like animation and multimedia, mass communication other course in field of hardware and networking, foreign language e.t.c. You can also try for Bank PO jobs and also for civil services. You have got of lot of option. Take up field where you are interested and and is ready to do hard work. To succeed it is important to do thing in which you are interested. If you are not able to find interest on your own you can take up psychological assessment provided my MERA CAREER GUIDE which will help you in understanding your personality, interest ,ability and making a right career decision. If you have some interest, hobbies or any area where you want to go . Give me reply , then i can suggest you courses to make career in it. Feel free to ask further question... ► Read more

The duration will depend you how quickly you are able to clear each level. Normally it will take a minimum of 3 to 4 years to complete the course.

You need to begin with enrolling for the CPT level first. On clearing this level you can enroll for either one group of IPCC or both. On clearing one group you can enroll for the article ship training for 3 years. Along with this you need to complete orientation course of 35 hours and 100 hours of ITT training. On clearing both the groups you start preparing for the finals. You can appear for the exam six months prior to completing article ship.

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Hello Harsh,

It is absolutely fine to do a B.com with CA. You can go about doing the two at the same time if you are able to manage both of them together. Many people do the same also.

Best Wishes!
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By branches what you exactly mean. Do you want to know specializations courses. Assuming that: You can do take up bachelors in:

* Business management
* Accounting
* Finance
* Advertising and PR
* Economics
* Banking

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Hi onkar,
BBA is good option if you want to do business. After BBA if you prefer to go for MBA that would be great for you.

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IF you want to become an accountant and if you are good with maths and accounts..go for CA/CWA or else you can also enroll for any short term courses to learn Accounting applications which is in use. that will help you to get a part time work experience.... ► Read more
Hi Jo,

According to the interest mentioned by you ,she can opt for:

Bank PO exams conducted by various banks and along with it can pursue master's course .
Charted accounting
Cost accounting {ICWAI}
Master's in Business economics
LLB {Income tax,corporate law etc}


ICWAI http://www.icwai.org/icwainew/index.asp
Delhi university
Mumbai university
National law school
Symbiosis Society's Law College
National University of Juridical Sciences
Pune university

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Hi Vikash,

You can opt for the two courses together if any one of them is done in correspondence.

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