Which course is better among BBA and B.Com?

I have finished my 12th with computer science group. ###wow THANKS for all the people who took their time to answer my query!! As most of you have suggested I have joined in BBA nd right now I'm in my 5 semester still 2 more sem to go!! As for now I'm happy with the course which I have chosen!###

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    Akram Khan I am not perfect, I am original. | Contributor-Level 8

    5 years ago
    The Bachelor of Commerce is designed to enhance the ability to learn as the students study variety of subjects: accountancy, business administration, finance, economics and industrial policies. This course equips one with the analytical, communication and problem-solving skills to effectively identify issues, source information and to find efficient and practical solutions.After B.Com, the students can avail exciting and diverse post graduate opportunities like MBA, law, international studies, designing/merchandising, MBE, M.Com, finance, economics, etc. which will set them apart from the crowd and prepare them for success in the global marke... view more
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    Abhay Vasoya | Contributor-Level 6

    4 years ago
    Both BBA and B.Com have their own merits and demerits. It depends entirely on the student's area of interest and skills before choosing either of the courses. If making a career in management is your priority then you should go for BBA as it is the foundation of management and has been specifically designed for MBA aspirants. B.Com, on the other hand, is much more diversified and has a wider scope for specialisation for post-graduate study. Thus, it is advisable to first chalk out your skills, aptitude and area of interest before taking up any of the courses. Instead of looking at the money making aspect while choosing a course it is more fea... view more
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    Rohit Jain Education Industry Expert.

    4 years ago
    B.Com is more inclined towards accounts, taxation and it is preferable to opt for CA or higher studies M.Com to get a desirable job where BBA is business administration and will be focused more on business related topics. A decent job can be grabbed if you have done BBA from a recognised institute, though MBA would again be necessary for a desirable job.
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    Pejush Barkataky also known as Peyush Barkataky

    4 years ago
    B.Com is a general degree and BBA is somewhat professional. You can define yourself as a full graduate after completion of B.Com. It is an indispensable part of commerce stream which will allow you to learn the working of accounting, laws, economics, marketing and strategic studies.
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    Ritika Bhardwaj | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    It depends on you, I would suggest you if you are commerce student then continue with that stream if you are not interested in commerce stream then do BBA. If you want to do MBA in finance, marketing, banking and financial services then B.Com Is better course for you. In B.Com, you will study these subject as per your interest so you got an idea about the subject and that will you help in your MBA. Suppose in future you want to do M.Com so BBA graduates are not eligible for M.Com but if you will select B.Com then in future either you can go for M.Com or MBA depends on you. Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA):This is a 3-year Business a... view more
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    abhinav prakash study is the precious stone. | Guide-Level 11

    5 years ago
    Both courses are better, BBA offers you business administration course curriculum as well as interactive session for students to present themselves on the stage to reduce the public fear. BBA consists of maths, economics , environment related case study, case study which can play an emphatic role in the area of BBA and it consists of foreign language, economic, research methodology, behavior Science, business communication, computer subjects, finance, marketing, human resource, international business and in b.com you need to study accounts and advanced accounting technique, economics, hindi, English, maths, statistics etc. Choice is yours.
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    ithakdeep kaur

    4 years ago
    B.Com is better than BBA, because there is more scope in B.Com. You can pursue B.Com, and then you can do CA or M.Com or MBA or you will easily get job after B.Com itself in many companies.
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    Tarun Anand Global CEO, Entrepreneur & TEDx Speaker | Contributor-Level 6

    4 years ago
    B.Com is an absolute waste of time. I did my B.Com and learnt absolutely nothing. The University courses are just mugging and vomiting, with zero learning. An M.Com is worthless in the corporate world. Several CAs who aspire to be in Top Management posts do MBA. CA is a very tough course, easy to get in, but extremely difficult to pass and several wannabe CAs actually drop out after their 2nd stage, but because of the rigor they mess up their B.Com results and make it very difficult to qualify for a good MBA college. So, if you are planning to do an MBA and want to be smart about it, do a BBA which will sort out your basics and position you f... view more
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    Yogesh Dev Singh | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    Both BBA and B.Com have their own merits and demerits. It depends entirely on the student's areas of interest and skills before choosing either of the courses. If making a career in management is your priority then you should go for BBA as it the foundation for management and has been specifically designed for MBA aspirants. B.Com, on the other hand, is much more diversified and has a wider scope for specialisation for post-graduate study. Thus, it is advisable to first chalk out your skills, aptitude and area of interest before taking up any of the courses. Instead of looking at the money making aspect while choosing a course it is more feas... view more
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    Neetu Singh | Scholar-Level 16

    2 years ago
    Both the courses are good and the better one totally depends upon the interest. If you are looking for MBA then I would suggest you to pursue BBA. This course will help you in MBA also.

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