Career opportunities

Report
A ‘People for Change’ presentation
Expectations from a Career
 Job satisfaction
 Security
 Appreciation& Name
 Freedom of time
 Money
Why your involvement?
 You are your child’s best friend and know them better than
anyone.
 You are also their best guide and can make an informed decision
after assessing their strengths and interests.
 You have the best knowledge of their interests and abilities.
 You have more interest than anyone else in your child’s well-being
and success
 Their future is too important to be left to luck or chance
How can you be involved ?
 Identify their personal interests, abilities,
strengths, and weaknesses
 Analyze and align those strengths and interests
with a field of study
 Understand how interests and strengths if
properly channelized relates to jobs and to a
career
 Know and believe how career is attainable to all
people by proper planning
 Believe in their abilities and discuss your options
with your parents and teachers.
 Understand how individual personality,
abilities and interests relate to fulfilling career
goals
 Understand how high school education relates
to college majors, further training and/or entry
into the job market
 Demonstrate a positive attitude
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Be able to use a wide variety of career
information resources
Discuss & Nurture Your
Interests
Ask Your Child:
• What are your favorite
• What special skills do
school subjects?
• What extracurricular
activities do you enjoy
most?
• What are your favorite
hobbies?
• What do you like to do
with your friends?
you think you possess?
• What have you done
that you are most
proud of?
• What do you like to do
with your free time?
• What interests you the
most?
Nurturing Interests
 If your child has an interest in Sports, they might
have the following
 Strengths & traits
Like Physical activity, like the outdoors, like
interacting with people,
Team worker, extrovert, outgoing, hard working,
disciplined and decisive
 Probable career Avenues
 Sports, Sports management, Adventure guide, Sports
journalist,Sports commentator, journalism Other
careers related to sports
Nurturing Interests
 If your child has an interest in literature and writing
, they might have the following
 Strengths & traits
Creative, Imaginative,articulate,sensitive and patient
 Probable career Avenues
Researchers,Teachers,Writers,editors,journalists,Conten
t writers and many jobs in the print media
About new education
avenues and new career
options
- Physics
Field of
studies
Degrees/ Institutes
Career Avenues
Astrophysics
Meteorology
Astronomy
Post graduate degree in physics
Indian Institute of Astrophysics, (Bangalore)
Indian Institute of Science, (Bangalore)
Raman Research Institute, (Bangalore)
Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, (Pune)
National Centre for Radio Astronomy
ISRO and DRDO
AND
several astronomical institutions
including IIA
Medical
Physics
M.Sc., Medical Physics courses
Available at Bharathiar University , Coimbatore
All Medical research centers
Nuclear
Physics
MSc Physics specialising Nuclear Physics
Kuvempu University, Jadavpur University, Gauhati University,
Thapar University & 75+ other institutes
Tata Institute of Fundamental
Research
Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
and 30+ Research Institutes
of Nuclear Physics
Biophysics
MSc Physics specialising in Biophysics
Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh( Uttar Pradesh )
Mahatma Gandhi University : Faculty of Applied Science,
Kottayam
University of Madras, Chennai( Tamil Nadu )
National Institute for Research in
Reproductive health
(NIRRH) Mumbai.
All India Institute of Medical
Sciences, New Delhi
Institute of Microbial Technology,
Chandigarh
Some emerging options
Fiber Optical Physics, Optical
Physics, Molecular Physics, Fluid
Physics, Plasma Physics
Photonics
Career opportunities
 National laboratories and organizations like BARC, DRDO,
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SSPL, ISRO, Space Application Centres (SAC),
National Atmospheric Research laboratory of department of
space, Inter university accelerator centres (IUAC),
Indira Gandhi Centre for atomic research (IGCAR) Kalpakkam,
Raja Ramanna Centre for advanced Technology (RRCAT)
Indore,
Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre (VECC) Calcutta, Uranium
Corporation of India Limited,
Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited, Nuclear fuel
complex, Heavy Water Board,
Atomic mineral directorate; PRL Ahmedabad, IPR Gandhinagar,
IUCAA, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics Calcutta,
ARIES, Uttrakhand, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism,
Centre for Liquid Crystal Research (CLCR), UGC DAE CSR;
Important Examinations
 JEE and JAM: Admission to these Programs is either through JEE (integrated
MSc.) or through Joint Admission Test to M.Sc (JAM) or through institute level
entrance tests / interviews. •
NET/GATE combined with institute level tests / interviews. www.gate.iitb.ac.in •
 Joint entrance screening test (JEST) is conducted annually throughout India at
several centres for admissions to doctoral Program in physics in various premier
research institutes. www.winentrance.com/.../Joint%20Entrance-Screening-TestJEST.html Following is a list of institutes who admit scholars through JEST. •
 Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) Mumbai. www.tifr.res.in
• HBCSE offers Ph.D. in science education http://www.tifr.res.in
• National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA),Pune. www.ncra.tifr.res.in is a
part of TIFR with Giant Meterwave Radio Teliscope (GMRT).
www.gmrt.ncra.tifr.res.in
• Inter - University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) Pune.
www.iucaa.ernet.in • Institute of Physics (IOP) Bhubaneshwar.
http://www.iopb.res.in
• Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) Ahmedabad. www.prl.res.in Indian Institute
of Astrophysics (IIA) Bangalore www.iiap.ernet.in
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Important institutes
 Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) Mumbai. www.tifr.res.in
 HBCSE offers Ph.D. in science education http://www.tifr.res.in
 National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA),Pune. www.ncra.tifr.res.in
is a part of TIFR with Giant Meterwave Radio Teliscope (GMRT).
www.gmrt.ncra.tifr.res.in
 Inter - University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) Pune.
www.iucaa.ernet.in
 Institute of Physics (IOP) Bhubaneshwar. http://www.iopb.res.in
 Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) Ahmedabad. www.prl.res.in
 Harish Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad. www.mri.ernet.in • Institute
for Plasma Research (IPR) Gandhinagar, www.ipr.res.in.
 Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA) Bangalore www.iiap.ernet.in
 Indian Institute of Geomagnetism (IIG), Mumbai. www.iigm.res.in
 Raman Research Institute, Bangalore. http://www.rri.res.in
 Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSc) Chennai, offers research in
frontier areas of theoretical physics. www.imsc.res.in
 •Jawaharlal Nehru centre for advanced scientific research (JNCASR)
Bangalore, www.jncasr.ac.in
 • Satyendra Nath Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata.
www.bose.res.in
 • Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES)
Nainital, www.aries.res.in
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Chemistry
Field of studies
Degrees/ Institutes
Career Avenues
MSc with specialization in Agricultural Chemistry
Kerala Agricultural University
Visva - Santiniketan, West Bengal
research institutes
and
Government
organizations
Biochemistry
The Indira Gandhi National Open University - New
Delhi, Annamalai University Chidambaram,Swami Keshwanand Rajasthan
Agricultural University - Bikaner,Allahabad
Agricultural Institute - Allahabad,
College of Agriculture - Bhubaneswar, College Of
Horticulture - Trissur, Kerala
All Government &
Private
Agricultural
research
Centers, Food
manufacturing
units, fertilizer
companies.
Forensic Chemistry
Forensic Sciences Department, Chennai
University of Delhi, Anna University, Chennai ,
Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science, New
Delhi
University of Lucknow, Badshah Bagh, Lucknow
Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Hyderabad,
Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Chandigarh,
Central Forensic Laboratory, Kolkata,
Police force,Law
enforcement
agencies,Gove
rnment and
private
investigative
agencies.Unli
mited scope
abroad.
Polymer Chemistry
B.Sc,,M.Sc.and Phd in Polymer chemistry from all
major universities in India.
Paint, medicine,
paper
manuacturers
Agricultural Chemistry/
Soil
Sciences
Career opportunities
 Industries (Textiles, petroleum, rubber, plastics, agricultural
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products, paper, pharmaceutical, food, fertilizers, paints,
cosmetics, aromatic products, pulp, metal, cement and many
more.),
public works departments ( water treatment, sanitary and
sewage treatment plants),
marketing and sales (chemicals and its products),
military(food scientist, ordinance factory)
consultancy firms, patent firms,
Industrial R&D and Production departments,
teaching field (Schools/colleges/Universities),
Central and state government (government chemical
industries, pharmaceutical industries, factories, petroleum
companies, ISRO, DRDO, BARC, Public Services (UPSC and othe
State Public Civil services), pharmaceuticals, oeanography,
forensic science, biotechnology, geochemistry, etc.
Courses after school
Courses after class 12
Courses after graduation
Bachelor of Chemistry Eligibility12th pass Duration: 3 years
M.Sc. Chemistry
(Organic/Inorganic/Analytical/Biochemistry/etc)
Eligibility: B.Sc. Chemistry Duration: 2 years Mode
of admission: Depends on institute/College
B.Tech Eligibility-12th std and JEE
exam Duration: 4 years Centres: IITs
Post-Graduate Diploma with various
specialization are available in different reputed
institutes
B.E. Chemical Engineering
Eligibility- 12th passed Duration: 4
years Centres: Engineering Colleges
M.E Chemical Engineering Eligibility: B.E
Chemistry Duration: 2 years Centres: Major
Engineering Colleges and Universities.
M.Tech. Chemical Engineering Eligibility: B.E.
Chemical Centres: IIT’s
Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) Eligibility: i) 2 Years
after Ph.D./3 Years after Master's Degree/ 6 Years
after Bachelor's Degree and after research in
approved topic by thesis. Centres: Reputed
Universities
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Eligibility: M.Sc.
Duration (Generally): 2-6 years Mode of
admission: NET/CSIR entrance. Or Under
Important Institutes
 Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad.
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Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore www.iisc.ernet.in
SISCO Research Laboratories Private Limited, Mumbai.
www.srlchem.com
VLife Scinces and Technologies Pvt. www.vlifesciences.com
Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. www.iitb.ac.in
Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. www.iitd.ac.in
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. www.iitk.ac.in
National Chemical Research Laboratory www.ncl-india.org
Industrial Toxicology Research Centre (ITRC) Lucknow
www.itrcindia.org
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai
www.tifr.res.in
Cochin University of Science and Technology www.cusat.ac.in
Biology
Field of
studies
Degrees/ Institutes
Career Avenues
Centre for biotechnology, Anna university, Chennai
Jawaharlal Nehru university, New Delhi All India institute
of medical sciences, New Delhi Jadavpur university,
Jadavpur, Kolkata, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi;
Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh; Birla Institute Of
Technology & Science, Pilani, (Rajasthan);
pharmaceutical companies,
chemical companies,
agriculture and allied industries.
Research laboratories and
Government organizations
Genetics
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Kamraj College of
Engineering and Technology, IIT Powai, Mumbai,
Universityof Poona, Ganeshkhind, Pune, Dr. YS Parmer
University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni (Solan),
All Government & Private genetic research
Centers,
Bioinformatics
Indian Institute of Information Technology : Bioinformatics
Division, Allahabad , Madurai Kamaraj University,University
of Pune :Bioinformatics
Centre, Pune, Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied
Biotechnology, Bangalore,Pondicherry University :
Bioinformatics Centre,
pharmaceutical companies, chemical companies,
agriculture and allied industries, Research
laboratories and Government organizations
energy sector and biotechnology to advance
biomedical research and development
Microbiology
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi,,
Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh( Uttar Pradesh )
Assam University, Silchar( Assam ),
Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli( Tamil Nadu )
Research and development laboratories of
government and private hospitals, research
organizations, pharmaceutical, food, beverage and
chemical industries. Medical Microbiologists,
Bacteriologists, Industrial Microbiologists,
Marine Microbiologists, Environmental
Microbiologists, Food Microbiologists, Mycologists
Biotechnology
Others: Marine or aquatic sciences , Zoologists, Botanists, Ecologist, Embryologist, Entomologist, Wildlife Biologist,
Pathologist, Forester, Horticulturist, Pisciculturist, Crop Physiologist
Best Institutes
Molecular Biology
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Courses Offered: Molecular Biology as an interdisciplinary subject at post-graduation level.
University of Delhi
Courses Offered: MSc/MPhil/PhD in Plant Molecular Biology
Jawaharlal University, New Delhi
Courses Offered: Direct PhD and Pre PhD in Molecular Medicine
Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology,Hyderabad, AP
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research,Bangalore
Biochemistry
Orissa University Of Agriculture And Technology
Delhi University
All India Institute Of Medical Sciences
Indian Institute Of Technology
Banaras Hindu University
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 Biotechnology
 Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi
 All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi. www.aiims.edu
 Indian Institute of Technology, School of Biosciences and Bioengineering, Mumbai.
 National Centre for Cell Science Pune.
 National Institute of Immunology
 Centre for DNA Finger Printing and Diagnostics, Hyderabad.
 Indian Institute of science, Bangalore.
 National Centre of plant genome research, New Delhi.
 Integrated Bitechnology after +2
 Integrated M.Tech. (Biotechnology) Eligibility: Joint Entrance Examination (JEE).
Duration: 4 years IIT Delhi and IIT Kharagpur. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi,
AIIMS, Jadavpur University, Kolkata and Anna University
 B.Tech Biotechnology Duration: 4-5 years Eligibility: Joint Entrance Exams (JEE)
Centres: Indian Institute of Technologies (IIT’s)
 B.Sc (Biotechnology) Eligibility: 12th std. Science Duration: 3 years Institutes: All the
reputed colleges in India.
Mathematics
Field of
studies
Degrees/ Institutes
Applied
Mathemati
cs
Post Graduate Degree in applied mathematics is available from all
leading universities.
University of Calcutta,
Course: Master of Science in Applied Mathematics
Duration: 2 years
Course: Doctoral research in Applied Mathematics
Benaras Hindu University, Department of Mathematics,
Course: Masters Degree in Applied Mathematics
Duration: Two years
Course: Doctoral Research in Applied Mathematics
Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
Course: M. Tech in Applied Mathematics
Duration: Two years
Mathematics
B.Sc and MSc. In Mathematics are offered by all universities in
India., Chennai Mathematical Institute, Chennai, The
Institute of
Mathematical Sciences Taramani, Madras, Mehta Research
Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Tata
Institute
of Fundamental Research, The Institute of Mathematical
Sciences
(IMSc), CIT campus, Taramani, Chennai-600113
Career Avenues
Mathematics & Applied
mathematics careers
flourish in areas of
computer science, scientific
computing, statistical
methods, and actuarial
science. Large
conglomerates and leading
manufacturing enterprises
appoint applied mathematics
scholars for management
and operational research
studies. Applied
mathematics research
courses offered by
academies and universities
attract the most brilliant
brains in academics.
Career Opportunities
 Research: Mathematicians are concerned with particular problems related to
logic, space, transformations and numbers. . Many Indian and foreign
Universities are in search of good mathematician for research work. The premier
institute like National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) also
requires mathematicians for various projects.
 Teaching: The teaching of mathematics from primary to Post-graduate level is a
high-demand field. There is more need of teachers in the near future. Teaching
is a good paid job. Some Maths teachers make a lot of money in giving
coaching or tuition to students.
 Actuarial science: The knowledge of mathematics and statistics applied in the
finance and insurance field.
 Operations Research: It is an interdisciplinary branch of mathematics that uses
advanced analytical methods such as mathematical modelling and mathematical
optimization to arrive at optimal solutions to complex decision-making problems.
The operation research analyst requires an advanced knowledge of
mathematics and better computer skills.
 Computer sciences: The mathematicians with their training in logical and
precise thinking are highly prized in the field of computer sciences. The
applications of mathematics has increased in the field of computer
programming. Mathematics has direct applications in robotics and artificial
intelligence.
Biomathematics: Mathematical biology or biomathematics is an
interdisciplinary field. It models natural and biological processes using
mathematical techniques and tools. It has applications in cellular
neurobiology, epidemic modelling and population genetics.
Cryptography: It is the practice and study of hiding information.
Cryptography is considered to be a branch of both mathematics and
computer science. Cryptography has applications in the security of ATM
cards and computer passwords.
Finance: Mathematicians build models to predict the behaviour of
financial markets. Several schools offer Master's degrees in Financial
Mathematics. Mathematics has numerous applications in the field of
banking. The Chartered Accountant with knowledge of mathematics can
do wonders in his/her field.
Social sciences: It finds many applications in population studies and
other related studies.
Self-employment: Mathematicians can serve as Scientific and technical
consultants, software firms, software consultants, finance consultants,
Math’s’ tutors, etc
Education after school
Courses after class 12
Courses after graduation
B.A./B.Sc Applied Maths/ Eligibility:
12th std. pass Duration: 3 years
Centers: Most of the reputed colleges
in India.
M.Sc. App. Maths/ M.Sc. Pure Maths/ Maths
Computer Sc. and Data Processing/M.Sc. App.
Maths Mathematical Economics Eligibility:
Graduation in mathematics Duration: 2 years. Centers:
Most of reputed Colleges and University in India.
B.A. /B.Sc Pure Maths
Master of Science in Applied Mathematics Duration:
2 years Centres:University of Calcutta, Kolkata
http://www.caluniv.ac.in Banaras Hindu University,
Varanasi http://www.bhu.ac.inl
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B.Sc/B.A. Industrial Maths
M. Tech in Applied Mathematics Duration: Two years
Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
http://www.iitr.ac.in
B.A./B.Sc Applied Maths Eligibility
M.Phil (Maths) Eligibility: M.A./M.Sc. Maths Duration:
1-2 years Ph.D Eligibility: M.A./M.Sc./M.Phil Maths
Duration: 1-2 years
Ph.D Maths Most of the reputed Universities have
doctoral programme Doctoral research in Applied
Mathematics University of Calcutta, Kolkata
http://www.caluniv.ac.in Banaras Hindu University,
Varanasi :http://www.bhu.ac.in
Important institutes
 Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI), Chennai. The
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institute also offers Junior Research Fellowships in the
areas of theoretical/mathematical physics and
mathematics (including theoretical computer science)
leading to a Doctoral degree http://www.cmi.ac.in
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR)
www.math.tifr.res.in
IIT Bombay www.iitb.ac.in and other IITs
Mehta Research Institute of Mathematics and
Mathematical Physics Allahabad www.mri.ernet.in
Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
www.mma-math.org
Economics
 Agricultural economics
It covers marketing of farm products, forecasting production and consumption of
agricultural products and suggesting improvements in agricultural financing.
Financial economics
It deals with fiscal and monetary policies and other financial matters. It studies the
impact of taxes on the growth of the country and examines value of currency, exchange
trends and the functioning of banking among others.
Labour economics
It is concerned with labour problems of India. It is the study of the pattern of labour
force, employment and unemployment, productivity, wages, labour legislation, industrial
disputes among others.
Industrial economics
It is the study of market trends for production, selling methods and ways to boost sales.
How to make maximum use of assets and develop desirable markets.
…….Economics
 International economics
It includes study of economics of international business; analysis of the mechanism by which
international equilibrium is restored and study of trade and foreign exchange polices.
Business economics
Business economics deals with the analysis of the behaviour of firms in markets and industries and
with the determination of costs and prices.Courses in business economics are at present offered by 13
universities leading to Master of Business Economics (MBE) or MA (Business Economics) degrees.
Development economics
Development economics is basically growth theory applied to the economic problems of developing
countries.
Econometrics
Econometrics is one of the significant specialised branches of economics which combines economic
theory expressed in mathematical form with statistical methods. Econometrics as a subject is
included in the master's degree syllabi of many universities. It is available in the Indian Statistical
Institute, Kolkota. The MS course in Quantitative Economics offered by the Indian Statistical
Institute (ISI) is of international repute
Higher education in Economics
MA Economics
Teaching.Indian Economic
Service (IES)Economist,
economic advisor or
econometrician
Colleges and universities
Government sector Banks and
other financial institutions,
financial services and
consultancy firms in the
corporate sector
MA • MPhil. PhD in
Economics
Economist, researcher or
consultant
Planning Commission. RBI.
National Council for Applied
Economic Research, National
Institute of Public Finance and
Policy as also the World Bank,
Asian Development Bank and
the International Monetary Fund
MBE (Master of Business
Economics)MFC (Master of
Finance and Control)
Executive, analyst or
researcher,Financial services
Private sector firms ,Banking and
financial institutions
Best institutions for Economics
 St Stephen’s College.
 Delhi Shri Ram College of Commerce,
 Delhi Lady Shri Ram College for Women,
 Delhi Hans Raj College, Delhi Hindu College.
 KolkataPresidency College,
 Kolkata St Xavier’s College,
 Mumbai Loyola College, Chennai
 Christ College. Bangalore
IIT Kanpur offers a five-year integrated MSc course in Economics (after
12th/ HSC)
 Delhi School of Economics -Master of Business Economics (MBE).
 Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai (IGIDR) –
MSc (Economics).
 Symbiosis School of Economics - BSc and MSc in Economics
 Madras School Of Economics - Apart from MSc (Economics), it offers MSc in
Financial Economics, Actuarial Economics, Applied Quantitative Finance, and
Environmental Economics.
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Career opportunities
 Higher education: B.Com students can go for higher
education (MBA, M.Com, MCA, Ph.D, ) or immedate
jobs. There are some prestigious certification courses
in Commerce viz. Chartered Accountancy (CA),
Certified Financial Analyst (CFA), ICWA, CFP and
Company Secretary Ship (CS).
 Banking: Career is chosen due to fair salaries, job
security and high social acceptance. Many
local/national/foreign banks provide good job
opportunities.
Investments: One can get job as equity research
analyst, investment banker, mutual fund executive,
capital market manager, asset manager, venture
capitalist and real estate.
Insurance: It is showing exponential growth due to
liberalization policy in India. The public and private
insurance companies in life and non-life insurance
providing enormous career opportunities. It also offer
jobs in actuary and risk management.
Capital market: Liberalized Indian economy has
opened up capital market for foreign investors along
with domestic investors. The heavy flow of capital into
the capital markets has generated many employment
opportunities. .
•Management: B.Com and BBA courses provide good
background for MBA course. MBA (Finance) requires
sound back ground of commerce field.
•Accounting: Demand for skilled accountants has
increased considerably in the domestic and international
job market.
•KPO and BPO: Enormous opportunities for commerce
students in this emerging field.
•Taxation: Many jobs related to taxation has been
created in recent years.
Some popular career options.
Options
Eligibility
Chartered accountants
Admission is open to 10 + 2 pass or equivalent examination. CA
Program has three sections viz. Common Proficiency Test
(CPT), Professional Competence Course (PCC or PCE)
and Final examination.
Company Secretary
(CS)
The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) offers a threestage course to qualify as Company Secretary. Foundation course is
of 8 months that can be joined after 10+2
Cost and Work
Accountant (CWA)
The ICWAI examinations are held in three stages: Foundation,
Intermediate and Final. A candidate may appear for the Foundation
examination after passing 10+2 examination. Graduates in any
discipline are eligible for direct admission to Intermediate course
Chartered Financial
Analyst
To be a CFA, a graduate requires clearing three levels of
examination. A minimum of three years of investment/financial
experience is essential
Banking
Public sector Banks recruit mainly graduates for Clerical and
Probationary Officer posts on the basis of All India Level
examination conducted by banks. Foreign Banks prefer take MBAs,
CAs, CFAs, etc.
Investments
One can job opportunity as equity research analyst, investment
banker, mutual fund executive, capital market manager, financial
planner/asset manager, venture capitalist and real estate.
Insurance
Insurance field offers jobs in actuary, risk management manager,
insurance surveyor, underwriter, etc
Courses after class 12
 Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Duration: 3 years Centres:
Commerce Colleges.
 Bachelor in Management Studies (BMS) Duration: 3 years Centres:
Commerce Colleges.
 Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Duration: 3 years
Centres: Commerce Colleges.
 Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) Duration: 3 years Centres:
Commerce Colleges.
 Bachelor of Corporate Secretary-ship (BCS) Duration: 3 years
Centres: Commerce Colleges.
 Diploma in Industrial Accountant Centre: The institute of Computer
Accountants.
Courses after graduation
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Masters of Commerce (M.Com) Duration: 2 years Centres: Many Commerce Colleges.
Master of Corporate Secretary ship (MCS)
Master of Finance & Control
M.Com Banking and & Insurance Management
M.Com Co-operative Management
M.Com (Marketing)
Master of Financial Control (MFC)
Master of Financial, Administration (MFA)
Master of Financial Management (MFM) .
MBA (Finance): Students interested in learning how to manage a business
professionally can opt for a degree in management. An MBA course can vary in
duration with a regular MBA being a 2-year course, while an Executive MBA taking 1
year to complete. Doing an MBA through correspondence is also an option.
Post Graduate Diploma in Capital Market & Investment Analysis
Post Graduate Diploma in Finance & Control
Post Graduate Diploma in Management Accounting
Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & Finance
Post Graduate Diploma in Public Accounting
Diploma in Banking and finance (DBF) Eligibility: Accountancy and computer
knowledge is essential.
Online course material provided and 24hrs online teachers available for guidance.
www.iibf.org.in
Important institutes
 Actuarial Society of India, Mumbai www.actuariesindia.org
 Birla Institute of Management & Technology, New Delhi
 Birla Institute of Technology, Pilani www.bits-pilani.ac.in
 College Of Insurance, Mumbai www.insuranceinstituteofindia.com
 Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), Delhi www.icai.org
 Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI).
 Institute of Company Secretary of India, New Delhi. http://www.icsi.edu.
 Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) www.icwai.org
 Institute of Insurance & Risk Management, Hyderabad www.iirmworld.org.in
 International Institute for Insurance and Finance, Hyderabad www.iiifindia.com
 International School of Actuarial Sciences (ISAS), Hydrabad
 Narsee Monjee Institute of Management, Mumbai www.nmims.edu
 National Insurance Academy, Pune www.niapune.com
 SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai www.spjimr.org
 Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar www.ximb.ac.in
Important examinations
 Chamber of Commerce Examination: It conducted by a
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British Institution for Indian youths. www.lccieb.org.uk
UGC National Eligibility Test for Junior Research
Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship: National
Eligibility Test (NET) http://www.ugc.ac.in
SSB/Air Force Accounts www.dfas.mil
Combined Defence Services
www.upsc.gov.in/general/cds.htm
Bank examinations: Clerical and Probationary officers
http://www.bankexamsindia.com
MBA examination: www.entranceexam.org
Emerging trends in commerce
Careers in E-Commerce: The e-Commerce career path prepares students for careers in
the buying and selling of goods and services using electronic systems. It mainly deals
with conducting business over the Internet (online).
Ecommerce Careers
 Web site design and developer
 Content developer
 Web programming and application developer
 Database administrator
 Webmaster
Certificate courses:
 Certified e-Commerce Programme: Anna University, Chennai www.annauniv.edu
Bachelor courses:
 Bachelor of e-Commerce Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University, New-Delhi
 Bachelor of Business Administration in e-Commerce (BBA-e-Commerce).
Masters courses:
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Ecommerce MBA (eMBA): Bhubaneswar Institute of Management and Information Technology,
Bhubaneswar www.indianmba.com
Master of Business Administration in e-Commerce (MBA-e-Commerce) Guru Govind Singh
Indraprastha University, New-Delhi www.ipu.ac.in
Anna University offers a unique e-commerce programme in collaboration with Opensource, Inc.
USA for the students who have already passed ME, MCA, MBA, M.Com and M.Sc.
Foreign Languages as a Career
Eligibility
There are mainly three types of courses in foreign languages viz. Certificate
course, Diploma course and Degree course. The eligibility for certificate
and degree courses is 10+2. Integrated Master's course in Foreign
Languages is 5 years course the undergraduate or graduate candidates are
eligible.
Career opportunities
 Translators are employed in industries, publishing houses, research and
government organisations (Ministry of External Affairs and embassies)
etc.
 Companies such as HP, Oracle, Samsung, Hyundai, LG, Thomson, GE,
Aventis, Moulinex, etc are employing foreign language experts.
 Travel and tourism sector, hotel industry, exhibitions and fairs, airline
offices, export agencies, radio stations, trade organizations employ foreign
language experts.
 For pursuing a career in teaching, a teacher should be a graduate in that
foreign language and must have a teaching degree.
 Opportunities are available as international tour operators, online content
writers, technical translators or decoders, interpreters and translators.
Employers
 International organizations: UNO, WHO, Doctors without Borders, Red
Cross, Amnesty International, World Bank, International Monetary Fund,
NATO, UNICEF, UNAIDS, UNCHS, UNIDO, UNEP,WFP, Peace Brigade.
 Publishing houses: Journalist, editors, translator, critics, etc.
 Government services: Reserve Bank of India, Ministry of External Affairs and
embassies, etc. InterPol, etc. Especially for diplomatic services.
 Software industry, Travel industry , Education institutes ,Research
institutes ,International Hotels and Business Houses.
Important Institutes
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School of Languages - Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (CIEFL) – Hyderabad
Banaras Hindu University – Varanasi www.bhu.ac.in
University of Delhi - New Delhi www.du.ac.in
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Jawaharlal Nehru Academy of Languages - New Delhi
Alliance Francasie - 15 branches across the country.
Max Mueller Bhavan- Delhi Indo - Italian Chamber of Commerce – Mumbai, www.indiaitaly.com
Indo-Japan Chamber Of Commerce & Industry, Chennai. www.ijcci.com
Some other career options….
Field of
studies
Degrees/ Institutes
Career Avenues
Literature
BA in English/Hindi and other
languages.
Sahitya Akademi. New Delh, JNU
English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Pali
Foreign Languages
Researchers, Profesors,
Translators, Journalist
Content writers, Travel
writers, Bloggers ,media
and advertising
professionals.
Fashion & design
& leather co.
NID, NIFT, Sofia’s institute
IIFT
All garment and leather
manufacturing co,
Fashion houses, Textile
cos, Interior designing
Cos, Jewelry houses,
Accessory design,
Merchandising
Psychology
BA and BSC in psychology As a degree
course in all major universities.
Industrial Psychologist,
Sports, Child, Normal
Psychiatrists, Pshco
therapist, Counselors,
HR department of corporate,
Hospitals
Visual Arts
Bachelor course in Visual /Fine arts,
Asian Academy of Film & Television,
SRFTI, Kolkata, FTII – Pune
Whistling woods Mumbai,
National Institute of Photography (NIP
), Government art college, Kolkata , Art
college, Baroda, Vishwa Bharti –
Shantiniketan
Media industries – print,
visual.
Advertising cos., Movie
making – Art Direction,
Cartooning industries,
Graphic Designing,
Commercial artists,
Photography, Freelancer as
artist
History/Geograp
hy
All major universities in India
Archeologist,Museologit
Historians,Curators/Ocean
ographer,Geologists –
oil cos as explorers.
mining cos.
Bachelors/Masters in Journalism or
MassCommunicati media studies.
St Xaviers College(Kolkata)
on.
b. Xaviers Institute of Communication(
Mumbai)
c. Jadavpur university( Film Studies)
d.University of Calcutta
e.Delhi College of Arts and Commerce,
University of Delhi
f.University of Mumbai
g.Indian Institute of Journalism and
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