We often get confused about our careers as soon as we graduate. Some people hunt for job opportunities while others look forward to post-graduation. Usually, students are expected to pursue further studies in subjects identified with their respective fields. Students get criticized if they do not go for science as their stream, but once they become successful, do people question their subjects? So, we should always look for career options in accordance with our interests. These days, management is prominent and vacancies for students belonging to the commerce background are increasing. There are various career options for commerce students that can be considered after the completion of high school or graduation.
It is the first level of Chartered Accountancy Exams that is more populated by commerce students as they have a good knowledge of its subjects such as accountancy. It takes years of high dedication to become a CA but with an appropriate amount of preparation, it’s quite possible. Thereafter qualifying for the CA Foundation, the candidate can compete for the intermediate exam.
The minimum eligibility for pursuing an MBA is to be a graduate from any field. It is one of the most written exams in India as students from almost every background, especially Commerce prefer to pursue it for seeking a more secure job. There are various competitive exams available, CAT (Common Admission Test) being the most acceptable among all. It is one of the highest-priced exams but the job opportunities and experience are worth the expense. It is also beneficial for commencing a start-up.
LLB (Bachelors of Legislative Law) is a three-year course that can be pursued after the completion of graduation and a basic level of knowledge of legal studies can be achieved by studying Commercial Studies in high school and Bachelors. A five-year integrated course also known as BA LLB is in vogue these days as it takes a year less to complete the full course. Being a lawyer requires a sense of critical thinking, excellent communication skills, and fairness.