Best and popular courses to pursue after class 12 in Commerce
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
One of the most sought-after courses after Class 12th in Commerce, Bachelor of Commerce is a three-year undergraduate programme and consist of subjects such as Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies, Finance, Statistics, Human Resource etc. The subjects in this course is are well organised and sequenced to prepare students for the job market.
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Bachelor of Economics (BEc or BEcon)
Bachelor of Economics consist of subjects like Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, Political Economy, International Economics etc. Students who want to pursue Economics are advised to take up Mathematics as an additional subject along with Commerce in class 11. This course can open opportunities for entering into the corporate world. Those aspiring to become researchers, academicians and those planning to appear for the Indian Economics Services examinations can also opt for this course.
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is the right choice for those who dream of managing or administrating a business. This course exposes the students to theoretical and practical aspects of a business. It opens the option of both corporate world and self-employment. Students can also choose a specialisation course in BBA such as BBA Finance, BBA Travel and Tourism etc.
Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BAJMC)
Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BAJMC) is a creative three-year programme for those willing to make a career in journalism, advertising, film making and content developing. Students from any of the three streams – Arts, Commerce, and Science – can apply for this course.
Bachelor of Law (BA LLB)
Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) is a gateway for students who want to become lawyers and advocates. BA LLB includes subjects like Criminal Law, Tort Law, Indian Constitution, Property Law, Administrative Law etc. Students who wish to get admission into renowned college/universities need to clear the law entrance exams like CLAT, AILET and LSAT. However, there are many colleges that take admission based on class 12 marks.
Chartered Accountancy (ICAI CA)
Institute of Charter Accountants of India (ICAI) administers the Chartered Accountancy course. ICAI CA course has three levels – Foundation, Intermediate and Final. The course covers a gamut of subjects like Accounting, Tax, Costing, Finance, Law, Management etc.
Company Secretary (ICSI CS)
Company Secretary (CS) is a professional course administered by the Institute of Company Secretary of India (ICSI). The course imparts detailed knowledge of business law and taxes. In order to obtain a CS certificate, students need to pass through three levels of examinations.