About ISC 12th 2021
The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) conducts ISC 12th exams. The application process for ISC 12th exams 2021 is held through respective schools. Here are important highlights of ISC 12th exams 2021:
Latest ISC 12th Exams 2021 Updates:
- Following the trend of the CBSE Board, ISC Board has also reduced the ISC 12th Syllabus 2020-21 by 30 per cent for this session. Students are advised to go through the revised syllabus and prepare for the exams accordingly.
- Students must solve the ISC 12th Question Papers 2021 to know the exam pattern, important topics and revised marking scheme.
More about ISC 12th Exams 2021:
- Date sheet for ISC 12th 2021 will be released in online mode in December 2020.
- The ISC class 12th board exams 2021 will be conducted in February 2021.
- Students should prepare for ISC 12th exams 2021 as per the prescribed syllabus.
- They should also download and practise with previous year question papers and sample papers.
- ISC 12th result 2021 will be released in May 2021. Students will have to enter their UID and index number to check the result of ISC 12th Board exam 2021 in online mode.
- The supplementary exams of ISC 12th exams 2021 will be held in July 2021.
- Passed students will be eligible to apply for admission to undergraduate courses in colleges and institutions.
ISC 12th 2021 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||Indian School Certificate 12th Examination|
|Short Exam Name||ISC 12th|
|Conducting Body||Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Languages||Arabic, Tibetan +8 More|
|Mode of Application||Offline|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Exam Duration||3 Hours|
ISC 12th 2021 Eligibility Criteria
To appear for ISC 12th exams 2021, students have to satisfy the following eligibility criteria:
- Candidates have cleared class XI and are enrolled in class 12 in a school affiliated to the CISCE Board.
- Students must have 75% of attendance in class 12.
- They must have filled the examination form and submit it along with requisite fee before the due date.
- Students must also clear all dues of the current academic year in order to appear for ISC 12th exams 2021.
ISC 12th 2021 Application Process
Mode of Application : Offline
Mode of Payment : Other
- The application process for ISC 12th exams is held through respective schools.
- Students can obtain the examination form for ISC 12th 2021 exams from their respective schools.
- After filling the form of ISC class 12th 2021, they will have to submit the same to the school along with the examination fee before specified dates.
- Students whose ISC 12th application forms are accepted by the Board will be issued admit cards for appearing in the exam.
ISC 12th 2021 Syllabus
Human resource management
|Introduction to human resource management|
|Meaning and definition of human resource management|
|Importance of human resource|
|Job and manpower planning|
|Meaning and relevance of|
|Job enrichment and job enlargement|
|Definition and characteristics of staff recruitment|
|Sources of recruitment|
|Differences between internal and external sources of recruitment|
|Their merits and demerits|
|Benefits and limitations|
|Sources of e-recruitment|
|Internet and intranet|
|Meaning and definition of staff selection|
|Distinction between recruitment and selection|
|Meaning and definition of training|
|Distinction between training|
|Education and development|
|Types of training|
|Methods of training|
|On the job and Off the job|
|Distinction between on the job and off the job training|
|Hindrances to training|
|Meaning of staff morale|
|Definition and characteristics of staff morale|
|Morale productivity matrix|
|Factors influencing morale|
|Methods of raising morale|
|Indicators of low and high morale|
|Meaning of staff motivation|
|Definition and characteristics of staff motivation|
|Difference between motivation and morale|
|Importance of staff motivation|
|Factors influencing motivation|
|Monetary and non-monetary incentives|
|Differences between monetary and non-monetary incentives|
|Maslow’s theory of the hierarchy of human needs|
|Explanation of the theory with the help of the pyramid|
|Assumptions and criticism of the theory|
|Herzberg’s two-factor theory|
|Relationship between these two theories|
|Meaning and definition of staff remuneration|
|Methods of wage payment|
|Time rate and piece rate system|
|Pay slip and payroll|
|Components specimens of both|
|Various staff benefits|
|Employee provident fund|
|National pension system|
|Encashment of leave|
|Types of leaves|
|Meaning and definition of staff leadership|
|Distinction between leadership and management|
|Blake and mouton managerial grid|
|Meaning and definition of performance appraisal and potential appraisal|
|Distinction between the two|
|Objectives and importance of performance appraisal|
|Methods of performance appraisal|
|Appraisal by results|
|Appraisal by superior staff|
|Staff promotion and transfer|
|Meaning and definition of staff promotion|
|Benefits and limitations of promotion|
|Open and closed policy of promotion|
|A brief understanding of the concept of dry promotion and upgrading|
|Requirements of a sound promotion policy|
|Basis of promotion|
|Meaning of staff separation|
|Means of staff attrition|
|Grounds for dismissal|
|Meaning and importance of exit interview|
|Emerging trends in human resources|
|Permanent part time|
|Work from home|
Business communication and correspondence
|Meaning and definition of communication|
|Importance of communication in business|
|Elements of the communication process|
|Methods of communication|
|Difference between oral and written communication|
|Types of communication|
|Internal and external|
|Formal and informal|
|Horizontal and vertical|
|Distinction between internal and external|
|Horizontal and vertical communication|
|Barriers to communication|
|Overcoming the barriers to communication|
|Need and functions of business correspondence|
|Elements and contents of various business letters|
|Types of letters|
|Solicited and unsolicited letters of application for a job|
|Along with drafting of biodata|
|Offer of appointment|
|Letter of enquiry|
|Reply to complaint letter|
|Meaning and definition of reports|
|Types of reports|
|Routine or periodic|
|Brief explanation of each type of report|
|Differences between statutory and non-statutory|
|Private and public|
|Informational and interpretative|
|Routine or periodic and special report|
|Format of report|
|Current trends in business communication|
|E-mail and video conferencing|
|Meaning and uses of e-mail and video conferencing|
Business size and finance
|Various business entities|
|Meaning and definition of sole proprietorship|
|Private limited company and public limited company|
|Sources of business finance|
|A basic understanding of the following|
|Equity and preference shares|
|Debentures and bonds|
|Discounting of bills of exchange|
|Global depository receipt|
|Peer to peer funding|
Globalisation and recent trends in business
|Meaning and nature of business|
|Opportunities and threats of globalization for business|
|Brief understanding of how globalization has been instrumental in transforming the manner in which business is conducted|
|Meaning, nature and importance of e business|
|Concept of outsourcing|
|The outsourced and the service provider|
|The respective advantages and disadvantages to each of the above|
|Types of outsourcing|
|Business process outsourcing|
|Knowledge process outsourcing|
|Business legal process outsourcing|
|Basic understanding of the above|
|Online means of conducting business|
|Business to consumer|
|Consumer to consumer|
|Business to business|
|Business to government|
|Government to business|
Business regulators and intermediaries
|Regulators and intermediaries|
|Meaning of the terms regulators and intermediaries|
|Role of regulators and intermediaries|
|Reserve bank of india|
|Non-banking financial companies|
|Securities and Exchange Board of India|
|Mutual funds and credit rating agencies|
|Insurance regulatory and development authority of india|
|Insurance companies and insurance agents|
|Pension fund regulatory and development authority|
|Pension funds and pension aggregators|
|Food safety and standards authority of india|
|Indian standards institute|
|Consumer electrical goods|
|Sifat wa mausuf|
|Mudaf wa mudaf ilaihi|
|Cases of the noun|
|Verbs simple forms|
Sanskrit and Persian
Prose and drama
|Life of the playwright and novelist and important events therein|
|Evaluation of characters and the roles played by them in the text|
|Description of each incident in the play or novel and its significance|
|Important themes and motifs of the text|
|Relationships between characters and incidents|
|Patterns and nuances of the text|
|Fantasy and the supernatural|
|Stylistic and narrative devices|
|Students’ personal response to and assessment of the novel/play|
|Humour, pathos, tragedy, sarcasm and so on in the texts|
|The novel/play in the context of contemporary society|
|Sonnet both petrarchan italian and shakespearean|
|Climax and anti climax|
|A thorough knowledge of the poets lives and styles of writing|
|Important themes of the poems|
|Patterns and nuances of the poems|
|Fantasy and the supernatural if present in any poem|
|Symbolism and imagery|
|Life of the poet and how it has impacted his/her style of writing|
|Autobiographical element in the poem|
|Type of poem|
|Mood and atmosphere|
|Different levels of meaning in the poem, if any|
|Rhyme scheme and its significance|
|The student’s own personal response to the poem|
|A composition on one of a number of subjects|
|Directed writing article writing, book review, film review, review of cultural programme, speech writing, report writing, personal profile, and statement of purpose|
|Statement of objective|
|List of measures|
|Structure and usage|
Literature in English
Prescribed text books
Relations and Functions
|Types of relations|
|Transitive and equivalence relations|
|One to one and onto functions|
|Inverse of a function|
|Relation on a set a|
|Transitive and equivalence relation|
|All axioms and properties|
|As special relations|
|Concept of writing “y is a function of x” as y = f(x)|
|One to one|
|Many to one|
|Real valued function|
|Domain and range of a function|
|Conditions of invertibility|
|Composite functions and invertible functions|
|Inverse trigonometric functions (principal value only)|
|Principal value branch graphs of inverse trigonometric functions|
|Elementary properties of inverse trigonometricfunctions|
|Types of matrices|
|Zero and identity matrix|
|Transpose of a matrix|
|Symmetric and skew symmetric matrices|
|Operation on matrices|
|Addition and multiplication and multiplication with a scalar|
|Simple properties of addition|
|Multiplication and scalar multiplication|
|Noncommutativity of multiplication of matrices and existence of non-zero matrices whose product is the zero matrix|
|Concept of elementary row and column operations|
|Invertible matrices and proof of the uniqueness of inverse|
|Determinant of a square matrix|
|Properties of determinants|
|Co-factors and applications of determinants in finding the area of a triangle|
|Adjoint and inverse of a square matrix|
|Inconsistency and number of solutions of system of linear equations by examples|
|Solving system of linear equations in two or three variables having unique solution using inverse of a matrix|
|Operation of addition, subtraction and multiplication of a matrix with scalar|
|Multiplication of two matrices|
|Singular and non-singular matrices|
|Existence of two non-zero matrices whose product is a zero matrix|
|Martin’s rule using matrices|
|Applications of determinants in finding the area of triangle and collinearity|
|Problems based on properties of determinants|
|Differentiability and differentiation|
|Continuity and differentiability|
|Derivative of composite functions|
|Derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions|
|Derivative of implicit functions|
|Concept of exponential and logarithmic functions|
|Derivatives of logarithmic and exponential functions|
|Derivative of functions expressed in parametric forms|
|Second order derivatives|
|Rolle's and lagrange's mean value theorems and their geometricinterpretation|
|Continuity of a function at a point x = a|
|Continuity of a function in an interval|
|Algebra of continues function|
|Concept of continuity and differentiability|
|Derivatives of trigonometric functions|
|Derivatives of exponential functions|
|Derivatives of logarithmic functions|
|Differentiation by means of substitution|
|Derivatives of implicit functions and chain rule|
|E for composite functions|
|Derivatives of parametric functions.|
|Differentiation of a function with respect to another function|
|Successive differentiation up to 2nd order|
|Derivatives of composite functions using chain rule|
|Derivatives of determinants to be covered|
|L' hospital's theorem|
|Rolle's mean value theorem and its geometrical interpretation|
|Lagrange's mean value theorem its geometrical interpretation|
|Applications of derivatives|
|Rate of change of bodies|
|Increasing or decreasing functions|
|Tangents and normals|
|Use of derivatives in approximation|
|Maxima and minima|
|Equation of tangent and normal|
|Increasing and decreasing functions|
|Stationary or turning points|
|Absolute maxima or minima|
|Local maxima or minima|
|First derivatives test and second derivatives test|
|Point of inflexion|
|Application problems based on maxima and minima|
|Integration as inverse process of differentiation|
|Integration of a variety of functions by substitution|
|By partial fractions and by parts|
|Evaluation of simple integrals of the following types and problems based on them|
|Definite integrals as a limit of a sum|
|Fundamental theorem of calculus|
|Basic properties of definite integrals and evaluation of definite integrals|
|Integration as the inverse of differentiation|
|Anti-derivatives of polynomials and functions|
|Integrals of the type|
|Integration by substitution|
|Integration of tanx, cotx, secx, cosecx|
|Integration by parts|
|Integration using partial fractions|
|Definite integral as a limit of the sum|
|Properties of definite integrals|
|Problems based on the following properties of definite integrals are to be covered|
|Order and degree|
|General and particular solutions of a differential equation|
|Formation of differential equation whose general solution is given|
|Solution of differential equations by method of separation of variables solutions of homogeneous differential equations of first order and first degree|
|Solutions of linear differential equation|
|Formation of differential equation by eliminating arbitrary constant (s)|
|Solution of differential equations|
|Solve problems of application on growth and decay|
|Solve problems on velocity, acceleration, distance and time|
|Solve population based problems on application of differential equations|
|Solve problems of application on coordinate geometry|
|Multiplication theorem on probability|
|Random variable and its probability distribution|
|Mean and variance of random variable|
|Repeated independent trials and Binomial distribution|
|Independent and dependent events|
|Laws of probability|
|Theorem of total probability|
|Theoretical probability distribution|
|Probability distribution function|
|Binomial distribution and its mean and variance|
|Vectors and scalars|
|Magnitude and direction of a vector|
|Direction cosines and direction ratios of a vector|
|Types of vectors|
|position vector of a point|
|Negative of a vector|
|Components of a vector|
|Addition of vectors|
|Multiplication of a vector by a scalar|
|Position vector of a point dividing a line segment in a given ratio|
|Properties and application of scalar product of vectors|
|Vector product of vectors|
|Scalar triple product of vectors|
|As directed line segments|
|Vectors in two and three dimensions|
|Expressing a vector in terms of the unit vectors|
|Sum and difference of vectors|
|Scalar multiplication of a vector.|
|Scalar product of vectors and its geometrical significance|
|Cross product and its properties|
|Area of a triangle|
|Area of parallelogram|
|Scalar triple product|
|Volume of a parallelepiped|
ISC 12th 2021 Preparation Tips
Here are few tips on how to score good marks in ISC Class 12th exams 2021:
- Plan your study schedule for the exam covering each subject in ISC 12th syllabus in a day. Go through ISC class 12 date sheet 2021 while making a study plan.
- Do not leave any topic in the syllabus. Consult teachers and experts for the areas you are weak in and practise more of them.
- Make a proper study schedule and stand by it. Set a target for each day and try your best to achieve the same till the end of the day.
- While studying, make notes. Also, these notes come handy at the time of revision because we can refer to them instead of going through the entire textbook all over again.
- Solve sample papers and previous years’ question papers on a daily basis. This will familiarise you with the exam pattern, important topics and help you improve your time management skills.
|Name of Subject||Question Type||Total Marks||Duration|
|English paper 1||Composition, directed writing, short answer questions based on grammar and comprehension||100||3 hours|
|English Paper 2||One textual question (compulsory) on the Shakespeare play/alternative prescribed play together with four other questions on at least three texts, which may include the Shakespeare play/alternative play.||100||3 hours|
|Indian Languages||Composition, comprehension, grammar and questions from prescribed textbooks||100||3 hours|
|Modern Foreign Languages||Short composition, passage, unseen passage and questions and prescribed textbooks||100||3 hours|
|Classical Languages||Questions on grammar, unseen translation and translation from the prescribed textbooks||100||3 hours|
|Elective English||Questions are based on prose, drama and poetry||100||3 hours|
|History||Compulsory short answer questions and long answer questions||80||3 hours|
|Political Science||Compulsory short answer questions and long answer questions||80||3 hours|
|Geography||Compulsory short answer questions, question on map work and long answer questions||70||3 hours|
|Sociology||Compulsory short answer questions and long answer questions||70||3 hours|
|Psychology||Compulsory short answer questions and long answer questions||70||3 hours|
|Economics||Compulsory short answer questions testing knowledge, application and skills relating to elementary/fundamental aspects of the entire syllabus and long answer questions||80||3 hours|
|Commerce||Part I (20 marks)-compulsory short answer questions testing knowledge, application and skills related to elementary/ fundamental aspects of the entire syllabus. Part II (60 marks)-consists of eight questions out of which candidates are required to answer five questions, each carrying 12 marks.||80||3 hours|
|Accounts||Part I (20 marks)- compulsory and consists of short answer questions, testing knowledge, application and skills related to elementary/ fundamental aspects of the entire syllabus. Part II (60 marks)-candidates are required to answer five questions out of eight from this section. Each question carries 12 marks.||80||3 hours|
|Business Studies||Part 1 (30 marks)- consists of compulsory short answer questions testing knowledge, application and skills relating to elementary/fundamental in the syllabus. Part 2 (70 marks)-consists of seven questions out of which candidates are required to answer five questions, each carrying 14 marks.||100||3 hours|
|Mathematics||Questions are asked from Algebra, Calculus, Vectors, probability, and Linear Programming among others||100||3 hours|
|Physics||Questions based on topics, such as Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Work Energy and Power, to name a few.||70||3 hours|
|Chemistry||Questions are asked from topics, such as structure of atom, equilibrium, hydrogen, redox reactions, to name a few.||70||3 hours|
|Biology||There are questions on Plant Physiology, Human Physiology and Cell||70||3 hours|
|Home Science||Compulsory short answer questions and long questions requiring detailed answers||70||3 hours|
|Fashion Designing||Questions are based on definitions of fashion, design details, wardrobe planning, and designers||70||3 hours|
|Electricity and Electronics||Compulsory short answer questions and long questions. The topics are based on Distribution of electric power, D.C. generator and motor, A.C. motor, wires, cables and electrical wires.||100||3 hours|
|Engineering Science||Short answer questions and long questions are based on friction, limiting friction, machines, power and momentum.||100||3 hours|
|Computer Science||Compulsory short answer questions and there are more sections, where questions are asked from Boolean Algebra, Computer Hardware, Implementation of algorithms to solve problems, etc.||70||3 hours|
|Geometrical and Mechanical Drawing||Candidates are required to answer all questions. The preparation of working drawings and assemblies from dimensioned sketches based on the following- fastening (nuts, bolts, studs, keys, cotters, pins, locking devices), rigid and flexible joints, screw threads wheels and transmission of motion and power||100||3 hours|
|Geometrical and Building Drawing||The questions are based on building drawing should be based on the form and construction of simple buildings and parts of buildings; small dwelling houses (single and two stories), garages, sheds and greenhouses.||100||3 hours|
|Art||Drawing or painting from still life, drawing and painting from nature, drawing and painting of a living person||100||3 hours|
|Music||The syllabus is divided into three parts Vocal, Instrumental and Tabla. Candidates need to choose one of them||70||3 hours|
|Physical Education||The theory paper is divided into two sections A and B. Candidates are required to answer five questions out of seven from Section A, each carrying 8 marks. Section B is based on questions on major games in the syllabus.||70||3 hours|
|Environmental Science||Compulsory short questions answer and other questions are based on human beings and nature, Population and Conservation Ecology and monitoring population||70||3 hours|
|Biotechnology||Compulsory short answer questions and rest of the questions are based on Molecular Biology, Genetic Engineering, and Cell culture Technology and Bio-informatics||70||3 hours|
- Students should solve previous year ISC 12th question papers to understand the exam pattern, marking scheme, frequently asked questions etc in a better way.
- These questions papers can be easily downloaded in the form of pdf.
- Solve as many question papers to prepare for the exam in a better way. The more you practice, better will be your preparation.
ISC 12th Question Paper Links:
Question Paper link
|ISC 12th Computer Science Question 2020 (Paper 1)||Download here|
|ISC 12th Biotechnology Question Paper 1 2020||Download here|
|ISC Geography Question Paper 2020||Download here|
|ISC Class 12th English Question Paper 1 2019||Download here|
|ISC Class 12th Business Studies Question Paper 2019||Download here|
|ISC 12th Accounts Question Paper||Download here|
|ISC 12th Commerce Question Paper||Download here|
|ISC 12th Mathematics Question Paper||Download here|
|ISC 12th Physics Paper-1 Question Paper||Download here|
|ISC Class 12th Environmental Science Question Paper 2017||Download here|
Documents Required at Exam
- Admit Card
ISC 12th Result 2021 Highlights:
- ISC 12th result 2021 will be released online on Board’s official website in May 2021. Students will have to enter their UID and index number to check ISC 12th 2021 result.
- The result of ISC 12th exams 2021 will be provided in the form of a temporary mark sheet. This mark sheet will display a candidate’s subject-wise and overall performance along with grades and qualifying status. The original mark sheets will be sent to respective schools after a few days of ISC 12th result 2021.
The step-wise process to check ISC class 12th result 2021 is mentioned below:
Step 1: Visit the official result website: results.cisce.org.
Step 2: Enter course code, candidate UID, index number and the captcha in the login window.
Step 3: Click on “Show Result”. The result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 4: Download the 12th ISC 2021 result and take a printout of it. Retain it for future reference.
Note: ISC result 2021 can also be obtained via SMS by typing ISC<Space>Unique Id and sending it to 09248082883.
ISC 12th Exams Grading System
- The grades of ISC 12th 2021 exams range from 1 to 9 where 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 indicate that a candidate has passed with credit.
- Grades 7 and 8 indicates pass while grade 9 signifies that the candidate has not cleared the exam.
- Grades for Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service (internally assessed) ranging from A to E are also shown.
- A, B, C or D indicates pass and E mean that a candidate did not clear the exam.
Qualifying Marks Trend
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question: When will the ISC 12th exams 2021 be conducted?
ISC 12th exams 2021 will be conducted in February 2021.
Question: What are the passing marks in the ISC 12th 2021 exams?
Students must score at least 35 per cent marks to pass the ISC 12th exams 2021.
Question: What will be the duration of the ISC 12th exams 2021?
The exam duration will be 3 hours.
Question: When will the ISC 12th date sheet 2021 be released?
ISC 12th date sheet 2021 will be issued in December 2021.
Question: From where can I download the previous years' ISC 12th question papers?
Students can download the ISC 12th question papers from the official website of the Board, cisce.org.
Question: Is there any subject which is compulsory in the ISC 12th exam?
Yes. English is the subject which is compulsory to opt for in ISC Class 12th.
Question: Is Hindi compulsory in ISC Board?
No, a second language isn't compulsory. As per the ISC syllabus 2021, only English is compulsory.
Question: Is grace marks given by ISC?
Grace marks are only given in borderline cases.
Question: When will the ISC 12th result 2021 be released?
ISC 12th result 2021 will be declared in May 2021.
Question: What can I do if I am unable to pass in one subject in ISC Board exams?
In this case, students will be able to appear for the compartment exams which is held in July.
Question: Is the ISC syllabus reduced for the 2020-21 session?
Yes, ISC Board has reduced the ISC syllabus 2020-21 by 30 per cent for this session.
Question: How can I score well in the ISC Board exams 2021?
It is advisable to complete the syllabus as soon as possible and then solve the previous years' question papers to clear the concept. This way, students will be able to score well and gain authentic knowledge as well.
Questions related to ISC 12th
How to prepare for isc 12th pcm boards starting from 15th August, having not studied anything, and score above 90%?
As you are the student of class 12th board isc then you are totally familiar with the all syllabus of class 12th in previous class because the isc board syllabus are bit good they taught in earlier classes. And this the plus point for you.
If you start from 15th August then the examination of isc board may next year in month march then you have correctly six month for study and this enough time to break any record of percentage and you asked about above 90% . I can clearly say that if word hard and complete focus on your goal then you will be do so.
I got 82.2 percent in ISC 12th . Will I be eligible for JEE Advanced In 2020 or even 2021?
Hope you are well in this current pandemic situation. First of all wishing you a heartily congratulation for your result!. Coming to your question to get eligible for Jee advanced you have to score more than or equal to required cut-off in your Jee mains paper so kindly wait for the cut-off list and apply for the examination if you full fill the criteria.
For more details on the same you can check our link:
Wish you a good luck for your upcoming examination!
Stay inside home and be safe!
How to prepare for 12th pcm(isc) from July?
To prepare for 12pcm(isc) you can follow these steps
1.Take all the previous year question papers and see the trend in every subjects and practice those papers well.
2.Make quotes, notes and references for English literature.
3. Always check the sample papers in the CISCE website and practice them go through the trend in them.
4. Check out the scope of syllabus and read only according to it.
5. Ask your teacher some expected questions.
6. Make notes on the basis of scope of syllabus.
7.Be calm while writing exams and read the question paper twice and carefully.
please confirm career options available for International Trade. I am ISC 12th Commerece wiithout Maths. Awaiting for results.
After your 12th grade, there are multiple Bachelor's level courses that you can opt for in order to build a career in international trade. The various Bachelor's level courses you can go for include:-
- BBA in Foreign Trade
- B.Com in Foreign Trade Management
- BA in Foreign Trade Management
- BFT (Bachelor of Foreign Trade)
After getting a Bachelor's degree, you can opt for a master's such as
- MBA in Foreign Trade
- MBA in International Business
- MCom in Trade and Services
- Master in International Business and Foreign Trade
- Executive PGD in international business
- PGD in International Trade management
A master's level qualification adds to your chances of landing a well paying, high profile job. There are many universities in India that offer courses related to International Business and Trade such as Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi; Indian Institute of Commerce and Trade, Lucknow; IIMs etc.
Having these qualifications can land you the job of a:-
- Foreign Trade Manager
- Export manager
- Foreign Trade and Purchasing Specialist
- Supply Chain Manager
- Global Trade Manager
- Foreign Trade Analyst
- Customs and Global Trade automation Manager
Many of these are high profile jobs and can be high paying as you gain experience and practical knowledge of the field
Hope this information helps
Best of luck!!
how to prepare for isc 12th (pcm) along with clat preparation?
Here are few tips for preparation you must follow to get a good score without coaching:-English: Vocabulary questions will be asked. Word Power Made Easy is the book you can use to improve your vocabulary.
High School Grammar and Composition ( by Wren and Martin)It is a book to improve the grammar skills.
GK: Question on current affairs will be asked. Read newspaper for CURRENT G.K. than trying to grasp all info at once. Some of the newspaper sources which you can use to prepare this section are The Hindu, Financial Express, and The Economist. You can also use some other apps like Inshorts etc for current affairs.Mathematics: Only Data based questions will be asked. Like you have some information and questions on basis of that information.Logical Reasoning: Data tables, Data Charts, Bar Diagrams, Pie Charts, Graphs, Data Comparison and Analysis. These are some of the topics on which you can expect questions.
Here are some links for you:-