Is there scope in Masters in commerce?What can I do after the degree?
Asked by Abhishek Rawat about 1 year ago
There is a scope in pretty much all the degrees if you are willing to work hard enough.
Talking about Masters in Commerce, here are a few career options you can pursue after completing your graduation in commerce.
1. Chartered Accountant (CA) or Company Secretary (CS):
Most students take up commerce just to become a CA or CS. It is one of the best career options for all commerce students. There is a high demand for CAs and it opens up more opportunities, especially in business.
Chartered accountants can make a career in Banking (Private & Government), Public Limited Companies, Auditing Firms, Finance Companies, Legal Firms, Mutual Funds, broking Firms, Patent Firms, Investment Houses, Copyright Registers etc.
After completing your graduation, you can pursue a Master’s degree and then apply for the National Eligibility Test. The NET is conducted to determine the eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship Award or Assistant Professor.
A lecturer’s job provides a stable salary and gives you a chance to constantly increase your knowledge.
To become a banker, you need to complete an internship and an investment banking program to get a license. An MBA degree improves your career options.
Bankers give their customers a wealth of services. They assist in initial banking requests such as setting up certificates of deposit and opening a checking or savings account as well as handling trusts, investment accounts, deposits, lines of credit and much more.
A banker should have good communication skills, love to help people, good in sales marketing knowledge, multi-tasking proficiency.
4. Government Jobs:
Government jobs are the best in terms of job security. Most government jobs have fixed working hours, good pay structure, less work stress.
With this, you can enjoy perks and benefits like medical, housing, loans, childcare, lots of holidays etc.
After completing your http://B.com, you can apply for most of the competitive government job exams because the minimum eligibility criterion is graduation. You can apply for Civil Services Exams (IAS, IES, IPS), SSC CGL, Railway RRB Exams, Banking Exams (IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SBI PO, RBI etc.)
5. Human Resource Development Management:
Students of B. Com. can also pursue a Masters in Human Resource Management. HR officials assess policies relating to personnel management and describe the effects of these policies on roles and operations within the company.
There are different career opportunities available for HR like: Administrative Services Manager, Labour Relations Specialist, Human Resources Specialists, Training and Development Managers etc.
I can go on and on about the profiles that you can work in after a Masters in Commerce but it would be more convenient for you if you know the field that aligns with your interest as well. So tell me more about your interests and future objectives and based on that I will be able to share more relevant information with you.
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