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Mallika Ahuja

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Rajat Kumar

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Yes, you can go with B.Com course because it gives you a fresh start for learning the subject that you not study earlier. Many students after passing 12 th from Science side come to do this course it will gave you a vast variety of works related in finance sector and the subject are really not much tough if you study hard you can score good marks but because of the new content of the subject you have to clear all the basic of the subject. The B.Com course is in high demand because the future generation is more interested in finance and making themselves independent and stable for their growth. The subject in B.Com was account, economics busin... View More

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Varun Chaudhary

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Some of the top colleges offering MBA in Finance as specialisation are:Swarnim University, GujaratSP Jain, MumbaiNarsee Monjee, MumbaiTaxila Business School, JaipurLal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, DelhiXavier Institute of Social Service (XISS) RanchiNational Institute of Bank Management, PuneK J Somaiya Institute, MumbaiIf you are interested in finance and want to pursue an MBA in Finance then pursuing it from Swarnim University would be advantageous. The MBA in Finance programme offered by the institute showcase an exclusive combination of management concepts in financial markets and techniques required for market analysis and po... View More

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Vinay kr PandeySimple but significant

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Dear aspirant, Your admission is looking very difficult because most of the colleges ask for at least 50% marks for admission. You can take admission in State University, there you will get admission easily. Hope it helps.

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Mallika Ahuja

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You can refer to the following for more information -https://www.shiksha.com/banking-finance-insurance-chp.

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Yogendra Singh Shekhawat

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Diploma in Banking and Finance is a 1-year Diploma level course that can be done right after class 12th. The course deals with all the basic aspects of banking and finance and trains students in the field of banking, finance, insurance, investment, risk management, computer application, IT and more. Know More About Banking CourseThe students who have completed class 12th with any stream are eligible to apply for this course. But some of the colleges like MIT Pune ask for a graduation degree as a prerequisite. It offers this programme for 4 months to the students who have completed graduation. The admissions are based on merit, followed by an ... View More

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Sampda raj

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Canada has plenty of universities that do not require a GMAT score for admission. One such course which is popular among students from all backgrounds is the Masters in Finance.Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
Thompson Rivers University (TRU)
Vancouver Island University (VIU)
University of Northern British Columbia.
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT)
University Canada West (UCW)
Smith School of Business, Queen's University.

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Dear student, it is my pleasure to help you and give your question answer in a better way so that you can understand and satisfy
dear student, first of all, you have to apply for a scholarship from that college you want to study in that then you have to appear for the Scholarship Exam.

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