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    Job after passing graduations with Commerce?

    sir,
    hello sir i am rahul i need a job . i passed the gratuation with commerce.....
    what kind of job i get??

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    Ridhi Sankholia is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Job after passing graduations with Commerce?

    Hi rahul ,

    As you have done your graduation in commerce field you will be suitable for bank and railway jobs
    You can join a good institute for coaching so that you can crack the questions easily in bank and railwayexams .
    The written test for bank will be based on
    1. Reasoning
    2. English
    3. Maths
    4. General knowledge
    5. Current Affairs

    The written test is followed by interview

    Thank you .

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    UIETan is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Job after passing graduations with Commerce?

    hello friend,

    you want to apply for the job after the graduation in commerce ..so many job posts for the commerce students in the government and private sectors ...

    In the Government sectors job posts like:

    IAS exam
    IPS exam

    so you can apply for the civil service exam which has been conducted by the UPSC departments

    Railways jobs in Non-technical departments through the RRB entrance exam under the RRB.

    Bank jobs in PO post through the IBPS entrance exam

    Defense services like
    Indian army
    Indian navy
    Airforce etc

    so you can apply for the defense service posts through the CDS entrance exam

    CA exam post

    CBI and CID department through the entrance exam under the UPSC

    Police constable job posts

    these are the job posts and respective entrance exam ..

    Thank you!

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    Ashwak-jo is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Job after passing graduations with Commerce?

    There are many jobs for you as a graduate with Commerce Background

    As you have completed B.com , so , here i am mentioning present vacancies for you
    you can apply for these now

    Present vacancies : -

    ~ CHENNAI METRO RAIL LIMITED
    The post name is ACCOUNTS ASSISATANT (AUDIT)
    The candidates who have completed B.com can apply for the post
    The job location is in chennai
    The job type is Fulltime
    The applications will closes on 24-05-2012


    ~ AMERICAN ONCOLOGY INSTITUTE
    The post name is ACCOUNTS/STORE EXECUTIVE
    The job location is in hyderabad
    The candidates who have completed B.com can apply for the post
    The job type is Fulltime
    The applications will closes on 14-06-2012


    You can apply for these posts now



    all the best . . .

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    Re: Job after passing graduations with Commerce?




    Job after passing commerce


    After passing graduation in commerce there are many options for you…
    You can apply for the govt. jobs as the minimum qualification for the govt. sector is graduation you can apply for those services.
    You can apply for the civil services like IAS/IPS services these exams are conducted by the UPSC. These exams are very tough exams so for this you need to do hard work.
    For this you need graduation with minimum 55% marks from any recognized university… as you are graduated then you can apply for these services and if you want to know about these exams then you should visit the official website of UPSC:
    www.upsc.in

    And you can also apply for the banking sector and for the commerce student it is easy to clear the Bank exam so you should apply for these exams….

    You can also apply for the railway department… there is much recruitment for the commerce student…..

    So you can apply for all these and you can also do M.com after B.com. This is very beneficial for you and you can also do MBA in finance or HR…..

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