Performance in the Class 12 examinations is considered as critical to the future career path of students. There is a widespread perception, almost a belief, that a high score in the Class 12 examination is the gateway to career success, and that scoring less than 85 percent is a catastrophe.
This perception is accentuated if the low percentage is recorded by a student who has elected to study in the science stream. But the good news is that even students who have not come out of the Class 12 examinations with flying colour could shine in their future life. All it needs is self-belief, the right career path and a choice of the right institute for learning.
Scored less than 90% in 12th? You can still do B.Com course (DU). Find Out
Choosing B.Com Honours
Whether you have opted for science or humanities at the Class 12 stage, you can always cross over to the Commerce stream when you enter a degree college. Usually, the eligibility for B.Com courses is Class 12 or HSC from any stream. For B.Com (Honours), the cut off percentage could be 90%+, but does that signal the end of the road for low scorers who wish to pursue a B.Com. (Honours) course. Believe it or not, there is a solution – you can apply to TKW’s Institute of Banking and Finance.
TKWs Regular B.Com. (Honours)
To be eligible for admission for the Regular B.Com., (Honours) course, the student should have passed the 10 + 2 or Higher Secondary Certificate examination in science or commerce or humanities, from any recognised board of education, with a minimum score of 50% in 4 best subjects (including English). In addition, the student should record a valid score in TKWs BAT/UGAT/SAT. The students shortlisted on the basis of fulfilment of the eligibility criteria are called for group discussion and a personal interview before selection for admission to the course.
Special Features: Why TKWs IBF
TKWs B.Com., (Honours) course is recognised by the Delhi University. This course offers a unique opportunity to acquire three qualifications in the three years that it would take to graduate. The three qualifications are B.Com.(Honours), Advanced Diploma in Banking and Finance and Company Secretary. The course is vocationally oriented and prepares students for a smooth transition to a working environment.
The syllabus of the B.Com (Honours) course of Delhi University is embedded in the course curriculum itself. Professors of colleges affiliated to Delhi University provide faculty support at TKWs. The course content for the Advanced Diploma and the Company Secretary course are dovetailed in the six semesters of the degree course. In other words, it’s an integrated course and the student learns seamlessly without worrying about each individual course.
After successful graduation, the Institute also provides assistance for placement. The Institute grooms students for campus recruitment opportunities. A Placement Committee that has a student representative on the board, functions under the overall guidance of an Apex Level Cell, polishing the prospective career builders’ skills in group discussion and personal interviews.
The Institute has an enviable track record, with its alumni employed in leading banks in the public and private sector, insurance companies, consulting companies, investment advisory outfits, mutual funds, investment research companies, etc.
Students, who have scored less than 85 per cent in Class 12 examinations: Don’t give up on your dreams. Turn your face in the direction of TKW’s Institute of Banking and Finance and let the sunshine in your world.