Though B.com holds mere importance in today’s education system, it is still opted by a large number of students, mostly because of its 2 Years duration and minimal fees involved overall as compared to other degrees. But mostly all students struggle after their bachelors in terms of what to choose as an effective career path.
Listed below are 6 effective things you can do after B.com:

  1. Masters Degree

A commerce bachelor student has a couple of exciting Masters degrees to choose from. For e.g., MBA. Through this, you’ll be able to work in a well known organization in the managerial field. Or, M.com (Masters in commerce) is also a great option for advanced studies.

  1. Chartered Accountant

After B.com, becoming a chartered accountant is a pretty good choice! It’ll help you work in all fields of business and finance. Though it’s a bit pricey, but it’s worth it. You can also opt for ACCA.

  1. CSS (Central Superior Services)

CSS is a compilation of several exams including written, interview and psychological. It’s definitely the toughest out there, but comes with a whole lot of perks and benefits and involves minimal fees. There are many great institutes that prepare you for it.

  1. Your Own Startup

I believe every person is capable of turning what they love into business. Find your passion, and with the right guidance and information, you’ll be able to own a small start-up. If you’re naturally not fond of working for someone, having your own start-up is the right choice. As the saying goes, “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.”

  1. Internships

Take a gap year and do a few internships, those that will help you later in job hunting. Join an organization and work for free or if you’re lucky, you’ll get paid for it. Experience is the key.

  1. Freelancing

If you’re not the kind of person to do well at a 6-5 job and don’t have any ideas to start your own business, freelancing is for you. People have been able to build successful careers by freelancing. Fiverr.com is one of the many freelancing websites where you use your skills to provide services to people and in return, earn money!

At the end of the day, it entirely depends on your set of skills and mind set as to what suits you best after graduation. Figure that out and you’re good to go. Hope this helps!