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    MBA or Mass Communications course after B.Com.?

    hi i am a 2nd year student of b.com(H) from du what career option should i opt after graduation? for better judgement i wil tell you
    somethigs about me,i like marketing as asubject,i can communicate well
    what suggestions do you have about MBA and mass com?



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    Re: MBA or Mass Communications course after B.Com.?

    After B.Com,few good post graduation course options for you are:-

    -You must opt for Chartered Accountancy as your post graduation course. For that you can already start giving the initial phase exams (CPT and others).

    -Once you complete your B.Com graduation, you can join a C.A. firm for job or internship and prepare for C.A. simultaneously.

    -You can also give your M.Com exams (since they are held only twice every year) while doing C.A. or after doing C.A. This will give you ad edge over others.

    -You can even opt for some certification course from global accounting body ACCA (along with C.A.). But, C.A. is a must for you as you seem to be scoring very good percentages in B.Com exams and also have inclination towards accounting and taxation.

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    Re: MBA or Mass Communications course after B.Com.?

    Dear as for as my views are concerned that - you are a B.Com students from DU so that to make your career huge and brighter you must join MBA course after completing your B.Com because the MBA will take your career higher and as you have mentioned your interest in marketing and you may communicate well in different atmosphere so that you must grow your these skills and both of these skills will be profitable for you after MBA and during to get admission in MBA when you will face interview process and according to your interest you should take Sales and Marketing as your specialization subject for MBA program and if you will develop your personality and your skills as well then you will definitely get a huge placement in your life and you may earn more so that you should prepare for any entrance exam for MBA as CAT or MAT or XAT and try to score more than 90% to get admission easily in good and reputed institute.

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    Re: MBA or Mass Communications course after B.Com.?

    Hi Friend :

    You must opt for Chartered Accountancy as your post graduation course. For that you can already start giving the initial phase exams (CPT and others).Once you complete your B.Com graduation, you can join a C.A. firm for job or internship and prepare for C.A. simultaneously.You can also give your M.Com exams (since they are held only twice every year) while doing C.A. or after doing C.A. This will give you ad edge over others.You can even opt for some certification course from global accounting body ACCA (along with C.A.). But, C.A. is a must for you as you seem to be scoring very good percentages in B.Com exams and also have inclination towards accounting and taxation.

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    Re: MBA or Mass Communications course after B.Com.?

    mba mass communication after b.com is it good?

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    Re: MBA or Mass Communications course after B.Com.?

    WHAT'S BETTER BETWEEN MBA OR MASS COMMUNICATIONS AFTER B.COM

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