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Are Bcom marks important?

lakshay (ipcc) (581 Points)

21 June 2011  

i am an ipcc student who is also doing bcom correspondence course from du..

 

i am 100% sure that i will complete ca..no matter in how many attempts..

i have seen many posts saying that bcom is neceassry for many companies to become eligible for interviews..

now in our resume do we mention our bcom % in each of the 3 years or it will just be written that i have completed my graduation...???if i get 40% every year in bcom , is it a matter of concern?

pls help me


 8 Replies

CA ADITYA SHARMA (CA IN PRACTICE ) (16719 Points)
Replied 21 June 2011

if you r CA THAN there is lesser importance of B>COM

vipul patel (Ahmedabad) (320 Points)
Replied 21 June 2011

if get the job on CA Basis than B.com  % is Doesn't Metter

venkatesh (Tax Consultant) (80 Points)
Replied 21 June 2011

It is not the marks u are accounted for.
It is the subject in which u are through>

As CA is much important than Graduation.

No matter abt ur marks in B.com!!

kamal kishor sen (STUDENT Rajasthan) (2156 Points)
Replied 21 June 2011

graudation percentage is often required in civil or competition exams (Govt.), but u r doing c.a. so it doesnt matter, whether u secure 80% or just pass. just concentrate on c.a professional best of luck


(Guest)
Originally posted by : vipul patel

if get the job on CA Basis than B.com  % is Doesn't Metter

CA Prem. (CA ) (345 Points)
Replied 21 June 2011

see buddy think in a lay man manner......u have two candiates to select both CA ......one candiate secures 75% in bcom and other 40%......then in that  case definately 75% in bcom MAY matters......few % here and there doesn't matter.......Bcom score not imp but a decent % should be maintain.........it is believed that if a person is CA...then Bcom is simple for him.....thts why a decent score should be maintained

M. N. JHA (CA) (8316 Points)
Replied 21 June 2011

No matter yaar. . . . . . . Just concentrate on CA study. . . . . . . . . . . .

Rishabh (Article Assistant at KPMG CHD.)   (101 Points)
Replied 24 June 2011

Dear Puneet according to me in most of the interviews the basic requirement of graduation is 60% i.e. 1st division...ur a CA student and getting thorough knwlge of CA will definately help u to secure atleast 60% in b.com coz subjects are quite similar....

 

So why to take risk and spoil ny chance in life...so wrk for atleast 1st division in b.com....


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