Commerce Education in India
One of the popular streams that students choose after Class 10th is commerce. The commerce stream has witnessed a vast change over the past years, with a range of specialisations and new emerging career options. Until a few years ago, a commerce degree with popular specialisations like accounting, finance, banking, etc, would automatically lead to a job in the banking sector. Today the scene has changed and has given students a variety of options to choose from. With a growing economy like India, commerce graduates can work in areas like mutual funds, stock markets, venture capital, insurance schemes and portfolio management etc. Teaching and research is also one of the finest option to chose.
Other than the traditional commerce courses like BCom, students can now opt for Bachelor in accounting and finance, Bachelor in banking and insurance and Bachelor in financial markets etc. Children can also carve their path in management, foreign trade, economics and stock broking. If you want to pursue a career in teaching, then you should opt for postgraduate MCom or higher studies in commerce. Institutes teaching look for quality teachers to fill in the vacant positions.
The career prospects in commerce includes interdisciplinary domains such as Banking, Chartered Accountancy, Company Secretary, Economics, Stock Broking, Cost Work and Accountancy, and Agricultural Economics etc. One can also work as Finance Manager, Finance Controller, Finance Consultant, Investment Analyst, Stock Broker, Portfolio Manager, Tax Auditor, Tax Consultant and Auditor.
Commerce Colleges in India
Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Delhi, Loyola College, Chennai, St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, Presidency College, Chennai, Symbiosis Society’s College of Arts & Commerce, Pune, St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore are some of the top commerce colleges in India
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