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i have done b.com(pass) from calcutta university with 43%marks.because of...

i have done b.com(pass) from calcutta university with 43%marks.because of such a low marks i shift my focus towards business but now i want to be recruited by mnc/govt.org.please tell me what to do now?
Asked by R. ahir, over 3 years ago under India Australia

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Hello,



A Bachelors degree is not sufficient if you want to taste the timely benefits of your skills and the knowledge gained.



Considering your profile and your interest I would strongly recommend that you consider a post graduate program and enhance your knowledge domain. Before you enroll for the program, do consider what interests you and what will take you closer to your career goals.



The other option that you can consider is gain some substantial work experience and go for an MBA. Most of the companies willingly absorb an MBA from good B-schools.



Irrespective of the choice you make, ensure you make the right choice of the program since Commerce opens up varying streams that a student an consider. B.Com is definitely not a terminal degree, and you should consider higher education to secure a good job and stable career. After completion of B.Com one can go for MBA or M.Com. Meanwhile you can consider part time job as well for gaining experience. As a counselor I would recommend not to quit studies after B.Com since the degree opens a vista of options.



The B.Com programme provides a good base for a range of careers. These are broadly of two types — those related to business and finance such as chartered accountancy, company secretarial, and cost and works accountancy (CWA), banking and so on, and the non-finance fields such as law, civil services, mass communication, hotel management and so on.



You can opt for Masters in financial studies, Accounts, Banking, Statistics, Cost Accounting etc. whatever the decision please ensure it aligns with the interest and the career goals. You may also consider to get back to us with detailed elaboration on his career goals, interested area, subjects etc so that we may suffice with specific information.



I hope this helps!



Take care!
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over 3 years ago

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