Careers with Commerce

The study of commerce will get you knowledge in areas related to business such as accounting, economics, and finance. It can get you to specialize early if you decide to pursue careers as a chartered accountant or company secretary. If you are not interested in these careers, you can remain open to a range of careers in finance and business by completing a bachelor’s in commerce, business and related specializations.

Finance and Banking Careers

Finance positions in organizations, operations and finance roles in banks, analyst roles in investment banks, equity investment organizations, and insurance companies.

Chartered Accountancy

Specialization in the learning of the rules of accounting. Opportunities to work in auditing firms such as KPMG and Ernst and Young. In large organizations in accounting or finance roles.


Complete the LLB to become a lawyer. Setup your own practice or join a law firm or even the corporate sector.

Company Secretary

Complete this specialized course in company law to join the legal cell of a large organization.

Business and Management

Take up the MBA to open a range of opportunities in sales, marketing, accounting and finance. If you have diverse interests and extracurricular experiences, companies may consider you in these roles even without an MBA.

Government jobs

Clear the IAS, IFS, IPS exams or other UPSC and SSC exams to take up government jobs.

To enhance your employability, build early clarity on the ideal role you seek, identify organizations you want to join, understand their recruitment methodologies and position yourself as an ideal candidate. Start thinking about employment from the first year of college itself. Do well in your academics and also build the soft skills essential for professional success. Work on communication skills by participating in class discussions, on leadership skills by taking up volunteering positions at college, and interpersonal skills by creating a large network of close friends. These additional extracurricular efforts will go a long way in helping you build a successful career. 

After 10th, Careers With Different Subjects

Entrance Exam


Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams, follow their interests & curiosities and see the opportunities in life's setbacks-- including death itself.