The common degrees for commerce students are BBA and B.COM. Each student either prefers B.COM or BBA for their career. The graduates with these same skills or rather I should say with same degrees are enormous in number and the job opportunities are less for the same theoretical students.
This issue leads to massive unemployment. As, the same skill is required by less Companies.
So, to keep your leg above others
To place a cherry on top of your cake
you should do something extra for your career. By doing something extra for your career, your resume will definitely add an extra point which will lift your weightage in an interview.
Some courses you can do along with your BA, B.COM and BBA are as follows :-
DIPLOMA IN HR & ADMINISTRATION: Human resource means a lot in a company and also covers every stage of employment. An organization cannot build a good team of working professionals without good human resources. If you can spare 3 months’ time you can do certification in any module- Recruitment, Payroll, Training and Development, Performance Management or Office Administration.
DIPLOMA IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT: This course has been designed with the objective of preparing an individual to take up a career in the sales and marketing profession. This course provides 80% of practical knowledge and internship in top brands with in the course. This course covers all the specific aspects of the sales and marketing process.
DIGITAL MARKETING: The course starts with an overview of Digital marketing here you don’t just learn digital marketing, but you practically do it. You get exposure in advanced modules like SEO, SMO, PPC, campaigns, Google analytics, e-mail marketing, online advertising and mobile marketing.
Diploma in Banking & Finance: The Banking and finance industry plays an important role in the growth of an economy. In a country as big as India there is still a very large population who are not using the benefits of banking. (typically, the population that is below the poverty line) who’s banking needs are addressed by specialized institutions like micro finance companies.
Soft Skills: Soft Skills are character traits and interpersonal skills that characterize person’s relationships with other people. It is more to do with who people are, rather than what they know. In the workplace, soft skills are considered a complement to hard skills, which refer to person’s knowledge and occupational skills. Soft skills are related to personal effectiveness, social influence and creativity. It is a collection of powerful professional skills such as communication & interpersonal, leadership, negotiating, public speaking, time management and influencing that are notoriously difficult to master.