Merely having an undergraduate degree in the field of commerce is not enough. To get a better position, you need to pursue postgraduate or special short-term business courses. Profitable businesses like banking and finance, the stock market, insurance, capital markets, financial planning, equity research, accounting, etc. are in different areas. However, the problem is that when there are so many courses available in the Commerce sector, selecting the right course to get the best job becomes a tough task.
Here, after receiving a bachelor’s degree in commerce, we give the list of courses based on the best jobs below:
Regular Postgraduate Courses
Post Graduate (M.Com) in Commerce: After completing B. Com, most students prefer M. Com or Post Graduate commerce. It is a 2-year course and in which students opt for specialties such as accounting, finance, business studies, statistics, taxation, economics, marketing, and management, etc. M.Com should be done by the AICTE-approved colleges and universities, and this degree should be recognized by the government.
Master’s in Business Management (MBA): MBA courses can be done after B.Com, which is a popular job oriented course. Can anyone graduate this 2-year course from a recognized university? However, to get admission in MBA Institute, they have to cross their entrance exams, group discussions and interviews. Bachelor should opt for specialization in Marketing Management, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Banking and Insurance Management, Planning Management for better job prospects.
CA or CS or ICWA: (CA) Chartered Accountancy, (CS) Company Secretary, (CWA) Cost and Work Accountancy are popular courses of commerce students offering plenty of job opportunities. Each course is run by three different institutions, one of which is Chartered Accountant (CA), The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), second Institution of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) and the third company’s secretaries, Off the Company Secretaries of India (CWA).
Top Emerging banking courses in Delhi
Certified Bank Manager Program: It is a two-year private bank training providing jobs in banking and financial services, money, treasury, banking laws and regulations, risk management, credit, and banking strategies.
Diploma in Banking and Services (DBFS): This is a 2-year Diploma by the Institute of Finance, Banking and Insurance (IFBI), Mumbai. Graduate student of any subject can give a personal interview for this course with a minimum of 50% marks.
Certified Financial Planners: Courses certified by various institutions (6 months to 1 year): Undergraduate and postgraduate and executive professors can take this course in any subject. It provides many opportunities for CFP certification students with a specialization in financial planning, insurance and risk management, investment planning, tax planning.
Project Finance in Certificate Course: This project provides advanced skills and practical knowledge in the field of evaluation, credit, financing, etc.
CRISIL Certified Analyst Program (CCAP): The duration of this course is of two years, combining the coursework, job-related work and combination of reciprocal seminar, country’s leading research, rating, risk, and policy advisory company are presented by CRISIL. Graduate with at least 50% marks and eligible for CAT, GAT or CRISIL qualification test course. This course helps students gain extraordinary financial and business skills.