Career Prospects after Bachelors in Business Management

Government or Public Sector Jobs: Many reputed government exams like IBPS, SBI and other bank exams emphasize on the knowledge of banking and business. With a degree in Business Management, you can easily crack these exams.

Multi National Corporation or Corporate Job: Work with MNCs or do a corporate job in the field of Marketing Management, Finance Management, Human Recourse Management, Information Technology management, Operations Management, Systems Management, Import Management, Export management, International Capital Management, International Trade Finance, Foreign Trade Policy, Foreign-Exchange, Trade Agreements and Accounting practices etc.

Entrepreneurship: If you are really driven towards an idea of doing a business out of the box, and you think you have business skills, start up with your own business.

Join Family Business: Join your family business after a degree in management with skills to take your business on a different level.

Work for an NGO: NGOs need strong Management team to work towards their will to make a difference. If you have strong leadership and Management skills, this career can be perfect for you.

International Business/Consultancy: Get involved in Cross-Border trade and business in your preferred field.

Higher Studies: Go for Higher Studies in the field of Economics, Management or Finance.

Indian Civil Services: The Civil Services Examination is used for recruitment for many Indian administrative bodies. It has three stages – Civil Services Aptitude test (CSAT), a main exam, and an interview.

Merchant Navy: You can join the merchant navy from age 16 onwards as an officer cadet or marine apprentice and train as a deck rating. You will at least require four GCSEs (grades A-C), or equivalent qualifications. These should include English, Mathematics and Physics (or combined science).

Indian Armed Forces: A graduate can join through the Combined Defense Services examination as a regular/short service commissioned officer. Training for regular commissioned officers is carried out at Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, known as the cradle of Military leadership. Those desirous of joining the Short Service Commission get trained at Officer’s Training Academy at Chennai and serve for a period of five years. On completion of this term he can either resign or opt for an extension for five years or a permanent commission.

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