Completed your 10+2 Higher Education in Commerce? Best Courses to Opt For After Class 12 Commerce

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  • In just a few days from now, Board results of Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination will be announced.

  • Class 12 Board exam results are an extremely important milestone as it decides the future course of action for all students.

  • Students who have opted for Commerce as their subject of choice in their Class 11 and 12 are met with a lot of career/course options in their field of study.

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Board results of Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination will be announced within few days. Class 12 Board exam results are an extremely important milestone as it decides the future course of action for all the students. Students who have opted for Commerce as their subject of choice in their Class 11 and 12 are met with a lot of career/course options in their field of study. Here, we enlist the best courses for all Class 12 Commerce pass outs.

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
An undergraduate programme, Bachelor of Commerce, prepares students in the field of Commerce. Students pursuing this course are introduced and taught Accounting; Account Ledgers; Profit and Loss Statements; Maintenance of Accounts; Taxation; Laws of Accounting and Calculation of Different Taxes.

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com Hons)
Bachelor of Commerce programme is a three year course, wherein the last year, a candidate is required to chose a subject of specialization. One of the biggest advantages of students pursuing a B.Com Hons over a normal B.Com programme is that in the former, students gain in-depth knowledge in a particular field. The various specializations available for Bachelor of Commerce are Marketing Management, Accounting & Financial Management, International Trade and Finance among others.  

Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
Bachelor of Management Studies is another sought-after programme for students who have completed their Class 12 in Commerce. Mostly completed in three years, like Delhi University has the similar course for the compulsory duration of four years. Students pursuing this course are given an in-depth knowledge of management and commerce in  Human Resources, Employee Relations, Research Methods and Accounting to prepare learners for top-notch business firms.

Bachelors in Accounting and Finance (BAF)
Commerce students who have opted for the three years Bachelor programme in Accounting and Finance are mainly taught subjects like Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Auditing, Taxation, Business Law, among many others.

Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS)
Students who opt for the Bachelor of Business Studies are trained in analytical and conceptual skills. This three to four-year undergraduate programmes is an amalgamation of business knowledge and practical training for students to make a career in the corporate world.

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