I want to do MBA after my graduation. What will be better to do now- B.Com or BBA? My father wants me to do B.Com.

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    Pratik Mohanty MBA - Finance | Marketing | Contributor-Level 10

    5 years ago
    MBA after B.Com is a very good decision. You should go with the idea of your father.
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    Dharamveer Dheer Educator at University | Scholar-Level 18

    2 years ago
    Both B.Com and BBA have different programme outcomes, different skill sets, different curricula and different kind of people do them. BBA is more inclined towards business execution part, sometimes in specific functions and sometimes in specific industry. B.Com is oriented towards accountancy, taxation and data analysis. You must check you interests, aptitude, personality traits, hobbies and align them with your aspirations Before taking any decision. Once you are decided with conviction, LPU is there to help you out in both the cases, as its curriculum for both is developed with exhaustive consultations and feedback from industry The stellar... view more
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    Vaibhav Agarwal Positive attitude and hard working | Contributor-Level 7

    5 years ago
    Either BBA or B.Com, they don’t play any role in it. If you are doing BBA then you will have plus point that many courses are there which are connected with management and if you do B.Com then also there is no problem because you will get placement upon the degree of your MBA course. UG is just seen as s percentage at that time.
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    manoj singh | Contributor-Level 9

    6 years ago
    Bba is best option for mba
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    Amir Hossein

    5 years ago
    Go for B.Com because it has more scope. B.Com has many career options. Even if you change your mind later you can go for a variety of other career options, CA being one of them. BBA would narrow down your career options. A lot of students do MBA after B.Com. So it wouldn't be any problem.
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    pratiksha kamble | Guide-Level 12

    3 years ago
    For MBA you should go for BBA it is a first step for MBA. In BBA, you can get a basic knowledge about management, which is beneficial for you in MBA ,in other hand B.com is also good if you want to do MBA in finance.
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    yogesh Kaushik I am personal banker by profession | Contributor-Level 6

    5 years ago
    BBA is a combination of management and accounts. It depends on the reputation of the college.
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    Nikita Garg | Contributor-Level 9

    4 years ago
    B.Com has more career options and it enhances your ability. You can do MBA even after doing B.Com. If you choose B.Com then it is a good decision.
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    Swapnaneel Bhuiya | Scholar-Level 17

    3 years ago
    Either BBA or B.Com they don't play any role in it. If you are doing BBA then you will have plus point that many courses are there which are connected with management and if you do B.Com then also there is no problem because you will get placement upon the degree of your MBA course. UG is just seen as a percentage at that time.
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    Ashis Mittal | Contributor-Level 7

    3 years ago
    Hi,
    You want to do MBA than BBA will be the right choice for it. Doing BBA will have plus point that many courses are there which are connected with management and if you do B.Com then also there is no problem because you will get placement upon the degree of your MBA course. UG is just seen as s percentage at that time.

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