XI Commerce - CBSE

XI Commerce - CBSE

2 years

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national-level education in India. In the Commerce stream, five subjects are compulsory, however, the students are allowed to choose 6 subjects if they wish. The board follows a continuous assessment system throughout the year via Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA). The assessment is divided into 50% per semester so that 100% is accommodated into two semesters per year.


A student must have passed/appeared for CBSE/ SEE or equivalent from a recognized institution/ board. The student should have scored 60% and above to be eligible for admission. If the results have not been declared, then they are provided with provisional admission.

Job Prospects

Jobs and Career opportunities after pursuing Commerce

There are numerous career opportunities for candidates who choose Commerce. Most of the jobs are in accounting, commerce, banking and finance domains. Below are listed a few course options that a student can take after completing 12th Commerce and the job profiles and career opportunities that they lead to.

Course Name Job Profiles and Career Opportunities
Bachelor of Commerce Accountant, Accounts Executive, Financial Analyst, Finance Executive, Bank Manager
BBA LLB Business Consultant, Lawyer, Govt jobs
BBA/BMS Marketing Executive, Sales Executive, HR Executive, Business Development Executive
Chartered Accountancy Private Practice, Advisor, Financial Advisor
Company Secretary Advisor, Compliance Officer, Corporate Planner
Cost Accountancy Cost Accountant, Senior Accountant, Financial Analyst
BCA Computer Programmer, Data Base Administrator,  IT Support Executive, Information System Manager, Software Developer, Web Designer, Business Analyst

Curricular Structure


Compulsory Subjects of 11 Commerce - CBSE

  • English
  • Accountancy
  • Business Studies
  • Economics

Optional Subjects of 12 Commerce - CBSE

  • Mathematics
  • Computer-Python
  • Physical Education
  • Sociology