Commerce

Marathi medium

1. English                      

2. Marathi                     

3. Book-keeping and Accountancy

4. Organization of Commerce & Management      

5. Economics                

6. Secretarial Practice    

7. Physical Education    

8. Environmental Science(E.V.S.)    

English medium

1. English                      

2. Marathi                     

3. Book-keeping and Accountancy

4. Organization of Commerce & Management      

5. Economics                

6. Secretarial Practice/ Mathematics                     

7. Physical Education    

8. Environmental Science(E.V.S.)

Commerce after 10th

Commerce is a popular choice among students after passing 10th standard. Commerce stream opens doors that lead to professional courses, which acts like foundations! For example, consider B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce) course. This 3 years long undergraduate Degree program is like a foundation course. After completing it, one may choose from a wide variety of PG professional courses and specialize in many other fields/areas. This article is on why to choose commerce after 10th.

The diversity that commerce stream offers is one of the main factors that still attracts many 10th standard students. If you are good with numbers, good at analyzing and dealing with large chunks of data, have a taste in finance and economics, commerce stream will suit you.

Students studying under Commerce stream have a thoughtful outlook on the outside world. This career has lots of difficult challenges and practical facts added to it. Most students opt for Commerce because they want to take the next step in business and follow the strategies to become successful. Due to the popularity of commerce among most students, many countries have brought up excellent career-related opportunities for the students in this stream, including India.

The most respectable career options in this stream are Chartered Accountant and MBA position holders. Commerce is soon becoming a new way of modern life and setting a new direction for students to lead their life in the best possible way.

Students wishing to choose commerce stream need to get themselves more acquainted with the subjects like Economics, Accountancy, Finance, Business Mathematics, Bookkeeping, etc and also develop an interest in them. In fact, Commerce as a career choice is fast gaining importance in India. Student need to step up and start to choose commerce after 10th

What is commerce?

Commerce as a stream of education can be defined as a study of trade and business activities such as the exchange of goods and services from producer to final consumer. The main subjects that are taught in the Commerce stream in Class 11 and 12 include Economics, Accountancy and Business Studies. Choose this field if you have a genuine interest in these subjects and have an affinity for numbers, the economy and business.

The important subjects taught in the school curriculum of 11th and 12th are Economics, Accountancy, and Business Studies. Students are advised to choose this field if they have an affinity for numbers and have more interest in business and economy.

Subjects in Commerce after 10th

  1. English – Will mostly include fiction and non fiction lessons and you will be expected to answer questions from the stories you read in your textbooks. Additionally, there would be some letter writing, essays, article writing, note making etc – the basic  you need to know to work in an office later on.

  2. Mathematics – Will include topics ranging from algebra, trigonometry, geometry and all topics you later in life. Why do I say later in life? Because you will definitely feel as if these topics are useless for commerce, but trust me – you’ll need those concepts in CAT or GMAT (provided you are serious about pursuing a career in commerce/business)

  3. Accounting – Accountancy is a branch of mathematical science that is concerned with the financial information about a business entity to users such as shareholders and managers. The financial communication that is studied under the subject is generally in the form of financial statements that show in the terms of money the economic resources under the control of the management. Studying accountancy enables a student to learn and discover the various causes of successes and failures of different business enterprises

  4. Business Studies – A subject essentially to be applied in your whole life. it will introduce you to the concepts of marketing, finance, organizational behavior and business world. From now on to MBA – to consulting or investment banking – you’ll essentially be going deeper and deeper into these concepts introduced now. The main areas of study in the subject include business organizations, their various features, structure and functioning, marketing, operations management, human resource management, etc

  5. Economics – This subject which will teach you why the world works in a certain way in very simple terms. You’ll learn what is demand, supply, their interplay, the business systems, consumer behavior, production concepts, cost concepts and everything in between. You’ll also familiarize yourself with concepts of growth, development, poverty, inequality and governance. Economics has two broad branches – micro-economics, where the unit of analysis is the individual agent, such as a household or firm, and macro-economics, where the unit of analysis is an economy as a whole.

Professional Courses after 12th if you choose commerce

Commerce as a stream of education can be defined as a study of trade and business activities such as the exchange of goods and services from producer to final consumer. The main subjects that are taught in the Commerce stream in Class 11 and 12 include Economics, Accountancy and Business Studies. Choose this field if you have a genuine interest in these subjects and have an affinity for numbers, the economy and business.

  1. B.Com.

  2. Chartered Accountancy

  3. Bachelor’s course in Economics

  4. Company Secretaryship course

  5. BA Courses

  6. BFA Courses

Management courses

  1. BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)

  2. BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies)

  3. Integrated BBA + MBA program (5 years duration)

  4. BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management)

  5. Retail Management (Diploma)

Designing courses

  1. Bachelor of Interior Designing

  2. Bachelor of Design (Accessory)

  3. Bachelor of Design (Leather)

  4. Bachelor of Textile Design

  5. Bachelor of Product Design

  6. Furniture and Interior Design course

  1. CA Foundation 

  2. CS Foundation 

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