BBA v/s B. Com? Which is better?
In India, after completing 10+2, the priority of the student is to get a job quickly and earn good money. It is the cause why BBA tops the list for many students. Most of these students opt for the commerce stream with little to no comprehension of what it encompasses. However, if management is the final goal, both BBA as well as B.Com are suitable to lead to an MBA.
B.Com is intended to enrich the student’s ability to learn, as the student study variety of subjects like Finance, Economics, Accountancy, Industrial Policies, and Business Administration. This course furnishes one with the communication, analytical and problem-solving skills to effectively identify issues and to find practical and efficient solutions. After completingB.Com, the student can aim for varied post graduate prospects like MBA, M. Com, LAW, Finance, Economics, Designing/Merchandising, International studies, MBE, etc.
BBA on the other hand, is a professional course. It is designed in consultation with reps from primary establishments, which ensures industry-relevant degree. Students are motivated to attend leadership training workshops and conferences, including evaluating techniques, public speaking, problem solving and learning group dynamics. This leads to students getting practical experience, attending seminars, and preparing internship reports. After BBA the students can opt for Finance, Marketing, Human Resource and General Management etc. It is, however, restrictive for the students from other postgraduate study opportunities.
If the student has made up his or her mind to pursue management studies only and possesses an affinity for a management career, then BBA would be the best choice. If the student wishes to learn an array of skills and wishes to have options for various post graduate opportunities besides MBA, and are interested in learning finance and economics at both an individual and organizational standard, then B.Com would be an intelligent choice.