Top 10 Courses after 12th Commerce without Maths

        It is hard to decide what subjects to take as it highly influences your career path. If you have opted for commerce as your stream but without taking maths as a subject and are worried about what career path you can look forward to, then this article can help you. In just a few minutes we will enlighten you with the best career options that one can pursue if they did not take maths while studying commerce.

        You don’t have to worry about losing opportunities because of not taking maths, there are still plenty of opportunities that you can make a career in. Let’s take you through it –

1. Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)

        B.com general is one of the most chosen career options by students who do not have a preference for maths. It is a three year course that covers the basics of finance, accounting, business, and other trade & commerce-related disciplines. The course is centered around providing students with an overview of various business areas and familiarizes students with them. To pursue a B.com degree it is not necessary to have mathematics in 12th standard. One only needs to be a 12 pass student to qualify for this course. With this course, you can learn about company tax, company law, financial accounting, bookkeeping, business management, auditions, etc.

2. Bachelor of Business with Honours (B.com H)

        B.Com Honours are one wonderful career option, the biggest advantage of B.Com (Honor) is that it allows you to focus on the subject of your choice. Many students are confused about B.Com and B.Com (honors). Both of these degrees cover business fundamentals and related topics, but there are big differences between the two. B.Com courses provide you with an overview of various trade-related topics, while B.Com (Hons) courses allow you to focus on specific trade-related topics, like Marketing, Economics, International business etc. Specialization in the B.com subjects will provide you with an outstanding career.

3. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

        BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)If you are looking forward to having a career in the corporate sector then a BBA degree might be perfect for you. A BBA degree covers the basics of Types of Businesses, Management and other related topics. The degree is very useful for developing a solid foundation for learning and understanding advanced management and organizational concepts. If you plan to study for an MBA (Master of Business Administration), then opting for a BBA will definitely be useful. It will familiarize you with many of the concepts covered in the MBA course and make you ready to be the next business leader.

4. Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

        BMS is a three year academic course with a focus on management. It gives comprehensive knowledge on Business management techniques and operations, trading and Finance, administration, entrepreneurship, as well as the supply and risks analysis side of the business. BBA and BMS are often mistaken to be similar courses but that is far from the truth as BMS is a study focused on Analytical aspects of business whereas, BBA is a study of Business Management in general. Students who aspire to become future managers and business leaders can opt for this course as it prepares you with that exact goal in mind.

5 . Certified Management Accountancy (CMA)

        Another popular career option is Certified Management Accounting. Being a CMA you will be able to analyze data from various sources to improve business performance. As a business student, you will be able to become an expert in corporate finance and accounting. To become a certified management accountant, you need to be a member of ICAI (India Cost Accountants Association). If you pass the 10th standard, you can register for the CMA core course immediately, or you can start with the foundation course after the 12th standard. After completing the intermediate course, you need to complete the final course and training.

6. Company Secretary (CS)

        The company secretary is also an excellent career choice for students who studied commerce without taking maths as a compulsory subject. The company secretary ensures that the organization complies with all regulations. They help the board meet and understand different regulatory issues. CS is one of the best career choices. They are responsible for ensuring that the organization completes all necessary legal documents, such as annual income disclosure, tax liability, quarterly income disclosure, etc. The Indian Association of Company Secretaries organizes examinations and courses to become a company secretary in India.

7. Bachelor in Law (LLB)

        A very popular career option for fresh 12 standard students is a bachelor’s degree in law. There are two ways to make a career in law and administration, one way is by pursuing a traditional Bachelors of Law and the other being an integrated course of Graduation + LLB. One can enroll in such a course directly after passing the 12th standard. This comprehensive law course lasts for five years and does not require a separate law degree. Some of the most sought-after combinations of this degree are – BA+LLB, BBA+LLB, Bsc+LLB, and BCom+LLB.

8. Chartered Accounting (CA)

        A career in Chartered Accountancy is one of the most desired career paths for all commerce students. One can prepare and become a CA with or without having studied mathematics in their 12th standard, making it a good choice for people who did not take maths. One can even join directly after the 10th standard. To become a certified public accountant, you must pass a three-level exam, divided into basic, intermediate and final level. After completing these three stages, there is an internship of 2.5 years that one must take part in to become a certified
Chartered Accountant.

9. Bachelor of Foreign Trade (BFT)

        BFT is a recognized course that can help you develop a career in the field of foreign trade. It is a 3-year academic course that focuses on logistics, import and export, supply chain management, and legal policies. In addition, the plan also provides some important options to achieve equal career opportunities. Graduates of this course can study other courses, such as MBA, M.Com, and other postgraduate courses. They can make a career as business analysts, market analysts, auditors, foreign trade operations managers, professors/lecturers, marketing managers, and other positions. The main recruitment areas of this course are business management, international business management, accounting, financial consulting, etc.

10. Hotel Management Course (BHM)

        The Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM) is a 3-year long academic course. It is a work-oriented program that gives hands-on experience in the field of Hotel Management. It allows students to have an outstanding career in the field of hospitality and management. A career in Hotel Management can be pursued by doing various degrees such as Bachelor of Hospitality and Catering Technology, Bachelor of Food and Beverages Production, BBA in Hotel Management, Bachelor of Catering Management, or a BA in Culinary Arts.