You are a B.Com graduate and have done digital marketing
,now keen to sturyd M.Com on as a regular course.
You can freelance but family wants you to do CA. Is brother or mother accountants or is there a family accountancy firm. Because generally, parents and elder siblings encourage younger ones to take up a course to help the family profession or buissness.
If not, then analyse what are the realistic chances of empolyment with B.Com + CA and B.Com+M.Com.
Can you analyse why you are dead against CA, a lack of interest, aptitude etc? Sometimes we don't like a course based on a pre-conviced thoughts or some sad experiences of our close friends. This many not happen to all taking that course.
So, think whether this makes sense. If you are still unwilling to consider CA, then reason out with your brother and mother. You would be wasting crucial years trying to pursue CA which you don't like and you would likely end up being a drop out or a below average scores. So, you would rather do M.Com that you like, have a good grasp of the subject and confident that you would move on with B.Com and M.Com seeing yourself as a teacher, lecturer, a government employee in the banking, railway, private/large corporate finance institutions etc.
If you are at logger heads and find no way out, can you consider doing M.Com in the distance mode from IGNOU/ UGC recognised university and trying your hand at work with your digital marketing as see whether this is your cup of tea?