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Yes, after graduation, BSE Institute has introduced 2 year full time MBA program in global finance market, along with job opportunity for more details you can check here ► Read more
You have good communication skills so it is better for you to try as radio jockey or try to apply for telly callers. It is good for you to complete your education first you can also do MBA for gettin good job opportunities.You have good communication skills so utilise it in a good way.... ► Read more
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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It is good atleast you know your interest .it will help you in deciding a right career path. You have options ( according to your interest) ICWA, CA, Finance accounting, Accounting & Taxation,Indirect Tax Management,,Service Tax, Taxation Law, M.COM, MBA, Computerised Accounting & Financial Decision-making,Tax Practices and Procedures,PG Diploma Tax Management and Tax Administration . Most of the courses are available in form on diploma or certificate.... ► Read more
If you want to do MBA it is better for you to apply for Common Admission Test (CAT), Management Aptitude Test (MAT), XAT (Xavier Admission Test), Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP),IIT Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET), AIMS Test for Management Admission (ATMA), Maharashtra MH MBA CET, Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Delhi, Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT), ICFAI IBSAT, Karnataka MBA Admission Test (KMAT), Tamilnadu TANCET, Andhra Pradesh ICET, State MBA CET and other Universities. All these tests provides you better institution.... ► Read more
First you should try for MCA, PGDCA, . Because they are degree course. And if done from good college you can get good job in the field of software. You can also try in the field of animation, web designing, MBA in information technology, In case on hardware and networking there are lot of certificate course In case of hardware and networking - the first thing is to visit your nearest reputed computer institute like NIIT, IIHT, Jetking, Aptech.Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), DOEACC, CMC Limited e.t.c. and find out the courses available . Tell them your education qualification completely. so that the course is one stage ahead of your qualification. Whatever course you do it should have international certification like Cisco, Microsoft, Nortel, Sun Microsystems, Prometric , Juniper e.t.c These are the courses you can try for-Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA), Cisco Certified Network Associate Security (CCNA Security)Cisco Certified Network Associate Voice (CCNA Voice) Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP), Microsoft’s MCSE Novel’s CNE o Sun Microsystems’ Sun Solaris Administrator , Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator,Microsoft Certified Solution Develope e.t.c Visit these sites for getting detail of certification CISCO: Juniper: Prometric : Microsoft: Nortel: Novell: Sun Microsystems:
All these above mentioned names. offer course in both software and hardware.
Find your interest and take that qualification. Feel free to ask further question....
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You are not eligible for CAT and GMAT exams.

Eligibility Criteria for CAT and GMAT :-

You must hold a Bachelor`s Degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA [45% in case of the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) / Scheduled Tribe (ST) or Persons with Disability (PWD) category], from any recognized University.If you want to do MBA (reguloar) then you have to give exams of B.Com again.

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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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Hello Harsh,

It is absolutely fine to do a 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.

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