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    Details about BAF Course and expected salary?

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    sambit nanda sambit nanda is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Details about BAF Course and expected salary?


    You are absolutely going on the right path of your career planning,after completing BAF, you should definitely work for 2-3 years and then opt for further studies.

    The advantage of this step would be:

    You will gain relevant work experience, and you will learn how to implement theoretical knowledge in practical situations.

    After working you will know in which field you are actually interested in i.e. if you are interested in finance and accounting field only than you can pursue Masters in same or related field, where as if you are interested in management you can opt to pursue MBA.

    After completing Masters in finance and accounting, you can look out for exciting careers in banks, financial consultancies and financial institutions. You can get involved in consumer and investment banking, institutional finance, merchant banking, corporate finance and international finance.

    The pay mainly depends on your profile and work experience, those who work as financial analysts start off with a minimum package of Rs 4 lakh an year. Credit analysts start at Rs 5-6 lakh per annum and earn as much as Rs 20-30 lakh per annum once they reach senior level positions. Management consultants too start at Rs 5-8 lakh and within a few years earn as much as Rs 10-15 lakh per annum.

    Before opting for any course you must first decide in which field you wish to build your career, and accordingly you can select the best course as per your interest and liking.

    As a student you should give your 100% in whichever course you opt for, and if you do well then getting a good job with handsome salary should not be a problem.

    I hope this answers your query.
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    All the Best

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