What exactly is CLAT?

I'm a student of Std XI (Commerce with Maths). I am interested in Economics (Hons.). I want to know more about the career options in commerce. What exactly is CLAT? What is the future in CLAT? Is MBA an option even if I do B.Com? Would that be a good option or not?

After 10+2, you can go for courses in Chartered Accountancy/Cost Accountancy/Company Secretaryship. These all are courses done through postal coaching system. Admission is through competitive exams. Or you can do B.Com./ BBA. MBA is a 2-year degree course for which eligibility is graduation in any stream, even B.Com.

Apart from the careers mentioned above, you can also get into streams like advertising, marketing, banking, law and business consulting among many others. It's just a matter of knowing your interests.

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is an all-India entrance examination conducted for admissions to under graduate and post-graduate degree programmes (LL.B & LL.M.) in fourteen National Law Universities. Eligibility for an undergraduate course is 10+2.

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I am inclined towards Mathematics and English

I am in Class 11. I am inclined towards Mathematics and English and would like to pursue them in my higher studies. What career options are available involving only these two subjects?

Mathematics and English both provide an excellent foundation for any career. Rather these subjects are usually a prerequisite to entrance exams for any course.

A graduate in Mathematics can find jobs in the financial world or develop careers in computing and information technologies. Those with a Master's degree may work in research and development departments and be involved working on the problems of another field by using their skills in modelling and analyzing. They may also appear for the Indian Statistical Service (ISS) Examination conducted by UPSC. Applied mathematicians can be found in the staff of many private industries like aerospace, oil, electronics, manufacturing, geology, geophysics, insurance, chemistry, communications, and computing. The government departments employ a surprising number of mathematicians for research and problem solving.

Many of the skills obtained through the study of English are highly prized in every job or profession. Creative writing, technical writing, translation, teaching and publishing are some of the options open to English graduates. Due to their improved communication skills, even advertising and PR agencies find them more suitable for their work.


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