Career after B. Com | Career tips for commerce students

June 4th, 2010| Education.

Career after B. Com | Career tips for commerce students

Jobs opportunities available for successful pass out students of B. Com are executives, accounts executives, book keepers, stock market, insurance, bank jobs, civil services, APPSC groups, sales and marketing, BPO, KPO and mutual fund sales representative.

Higher education options available for B. Com students are M. Com, integrated M. Com, Business economics, finance control course, MA economics, MA operational research, statistics, MBA (Master of Business Administration), hotel management, multimedia, animation and computer courses.

Professional courses available for B. Com students are ICWA, chartered accountant, financial analyst, law, company secretary, CFA, MCA, Mass communications, journalism, B. Ed, foreign trade, foreign language and public relations.

Competitive exams that accept B. Com as eligibility are civil services, APPSC groups, banking, SSB/ Air force, life insurance and combined defense services.

Higher education

Different kinds of courses are available for B. Com students. One can go for M. Com courses in post graduation. Some universities are offering job oriented M. Com courses along with traditional M. Com. Course. Getting entitled with these courses will enable the students to top the competition in the job market.

M. Com:

After B. Com, one can join traditional M. Com course. There is a chance to select finance, banking, accounting and taxation subjects in M. com. Universities of Andhra Pradesh are conducting PG entrance test to provide admission for M. Com.

Job Oriented M. Com:

In the context of new trends in the job market, universities are offering novel courses in M.Com. Andhra University is offering M. Com Corporate secretary-ship and M. Com finance Management Course, Osmania University is offering M. Com Information systems and M. Com finance and control course; SV University is offering Master of Finance Management course; and Dravidian University (Kuppam)  is offering  five year M. Com (Computers) integrated course.

M. Sc Finance and Computer Applications:

Commerce graduates can apply for M. Sc (Finance and Computer Applications) course offered by Bharatiyaar University. For more details, visit www.

Master of Finance control:

This course is offered by Madhurai Kamaraj University and graduation is the eligibility to get admitted in to this course. For more details, visit: www.

Master of Business Management (MBA):

If MBA is added to the qualification of B. Com students, they can excel in the management field. Through Common Entrance Test (CAT), one can get admissions in the prestigious Indian Institute of Management (IIMs), spread all over India. To get admitted in to MBA course in Andhra Pradesh, one needs to get a rank in ICET.

Candidates with at least 50% marks in the graduation of any subject.