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Which course will be best after graduation?

 22-FEB-2011

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Which course will be best after graduation?
Which course will be best after graduation?

Question: I have completed graduation. I want to do CS (Company Secretary) course. Economic condition is not good. What kind of courses will be better in this situation? 

Pawan Kumar Choudhury

Answer: The corporate sector in India is witnessing both growth and expansion leading to soaring demand of specialists in every sphere be it legal advisor, communication specialist or company secretaries. Commonly known as CS, the course is administered by The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) under the Company Secretaries Act, 1980  making it a better career option. You can do this course through distance learning along with some job. This way you can keep a tab on your financial condition too.

By:Florina | On:16-DEC-2014 19:40:39


I m a graduate I want to do cs but unable to do. can help me providng information about export & import course. do needful to me


By:Kiran | On:15-NOV-2014 22:21:33


Meri is saal graduation complate ho jaygi mane ba ki hai with sociology,maths and hindi honours. Economic condition is not good to main kya course kru ki mujhe ak achi job jldi mil jay or carrer b acha ho jay.


By:salman syd | On:14-JUL-2014 16:14:15


Hello,sir im law student & i wnt to carier in legel advisior & law officer so wht can i do plz reply with options.........


By:SUBHASH | On:07-JUL-2014 18:01:40


WHICH TYPE OF COURSE BEST FOR ME ? IM A COMMERCE GRADUATE .


By:laltesh kumar | On:19-APR-2014 17:18:20


i have done 2012 my graduation and i doing job in delhi trading company in account department , and i want to permanent govt. & private limited company job so pl z tell me which i do course after graduation,


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