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    Are professional courses different from traditional courses?

    Wondered to know the difference between professional courses and traditional courses. Just check out here to know from our experts.

    Ever wondered why professional courses carry a status tag?
    Are these courses different from traditional courses?
    In what ways do they differ? Which professional courses can one do in India?
    Experts: do suggest.
  • #137049
    Professional courses are different from academic course in the sense that the former put emphasis on professional development.
    Some of the typical examples of professional courses are medical courses like MBBS, law courses like LLB, Chartered Accountancy, CS (Company Secretary), ICWA, and such other courses. Generally after completion of such professional courses the candidates are required to register themselves with the concerned professional bodies like Medical Council of India, Bar Council of India etc.
    There are many other professional courses in the field of Accountancy, Auditing and Finance, Project Management, Aviation, Language education etc.
    There are various levels of professional courses which can be pursued after 10+2 level or after graduation level. Many types of certificate, diploma and degree courses are available in various professional fields.

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  • #137067
    Yes, professional courses and traditional courses are different to each other. In professional courses you get a certificate for completing that courses. But in traditional courses you have to complete your course without getting any type of certificate. In professional courses you can choose any type of course like MBA,MCA,engineering,medical ,fashion designing and anything. But in traditional courses you have to choose your tradition and you must have to complete the tradition with enjoy.
    With best regards,

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