Which one is better among B.Com and BBA? I got 88% in commerce without maths in class 12th.

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    Dharamveer Dheer Educator at University | Scholar-Level 18

    2 years ago
    Dear Vinod, kudos for a decent score in 10+2. Both B.Com and BBA have their own different needs. I think if you have done without Mathematics go in for BBA. Although there will be a bit of mathematical topics but you can easily learn those if you choose a good college. You can also check your aptitude here for free: https://www.lpu.in/admission/career_assessment.php
    Whatever your decision is: Do it from a college which has a solid placement track record. LPU has phenomenal track record in placements, its BBA students recently have been placed at 18 LPA and 15 LPA at De Shaw and Trident. Hope this helps
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    Ashish Sharma Education Consultant, Political Analyst, traveler. | Scholar-Level 17

    2 years ago
    Dear Vinod, Congratulations for a decent score in 10+2. Both B.Com and BBA have their own different needs. I think if you have done without Mathematics go in for BBA. Although there will be a bit of mathematical topics but you can easily learn those if you choose a good college. You can also check your aptitude here for free: https://www.lpu.in/admission/career_assessment.php
    Whatever your decision is: Do it from a college which has a solid placement track record. LPU has phenomenal track record in placements, its BBA students recently have been placed at 18 LPA and 15 LPA at De Shaw and Trident. I hope this will help you.
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    Priya Mahajan Educationist and Career Consultant since 2010 | Scholar-Level 16

    2 years ago
    HiA lot depends on your I terest. If you are more interested in maths and accounts go for B.Com. If you are interested in marketing, then go for BBAThe real worth of these degrees would be if added with an MBA. So go for a dual degree or integrated degree of BBA MBA or B.Com MBA from an enterprising college like LPU. LPU offers a complete package of quality teaching, intuitive learning aided with hands on practical training. It also offers good scholarship slabs based on various categories. It has also started the covid scholarship to aid education at such grim times. The updated labs and the expertise of the faculty have given good results t... view more
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    Vineet Kumar Rohilla Persuing BBA from JIMS Kalkaji(IP University) | Guide-Level 12

    3 years ago
    All the prestigious institutes want Maths as a subject to pursue B.Com and as a gentle advice too, since I'm doing BBA and have my friends in B.Com, you must have a very good control over Maths and accounts, as the syllabus of B.Com is wider than BBA, since you don't have Maths B.Com may be troubling course to you, so go for BBA it's very good and professional course.
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    Sapan Sapan | Guide-Level 12

    2 years ago
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    B.Com or BBA will have equal worth if added with an MBA from a good college. LPU School of Business has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs of USA for its Management, Commerce and Economics programmes. School is ranked No. 2 in India in Outreach and Inclusivity and 38 overall in the prestigious NIRF 2018 ranking released by The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India.
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    Kamaljit Singh | Contributor-Level 7

    2 years ago
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    A lot depends on our interest also. Both are good. You can go for an integrated or dual course by adding an MBA and both would be of equal value. LPU School of Business has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs of USA for its Management, Commerce and Economics programmes. School is ranked No. 2 in India in Outreach and Inclusivity and 38 overall in the prestigious NIRF 2018 ranking released by The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India.
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    N Pathania | Guide-Level 15

    2 years ago
    Hi, It depends on your interest. B.Com or Bachelor Of Commerce is an undergraduate degree in the field of commerce or management. The course is basically designed for students who are good with numbers. BBA or Bachelor of Business Administration is a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. This course is for students who have good managerial skills. The course mainly includes basic business studies and advanced with specific focuses as well. LPU is one of the best institutes for pursuing these courses. LPU has a stellar record in placements, its BBA students recently have been placed at 18 LPA and 15 LPA at De Shaw and Trident. Thanks.
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    Mehar Sharma Lovely Professional University | Scholar-Level 16

    2 years ago
    Hi Vinod, Both the courses are good, BBA is a 3 year undergraduate degree level course. BBA offers knowledge and skills in the area of Business Management and Entrepreneurship. B.Com is also 3 years degree course which is also a better opportunity for students whose wanting to make a career in finance, taxation, and accountancy. If you are looking for admission then I would suggest you to join LPU. For more information related to fee, eligibility kindly visit LPU website or call on toll free number 1800 102 4431.
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    pamy sohal | Contributor-Level 7

    2 years ago
    Hi, depends on your interest too. If interested in maths and accounts go for B.Com. If interested in marketing HR jobs, go for BBA. Add MBA for a fruitful career. You can go for a dual degree or integrated degree of BBA MBA or B.Com. MBA and have extra academic and fee benefits. LPU offers a complete package of quality teaching, intuitive learning aided with hands-on practical training. It also offers good scholarship slabs based on various categories. It has also started the COVID scholarship to aid education at such grim times. The updated labs and the expertise of the faculty have given good results that today LPU is a name to reckon.
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    Rishvanjas Sharma | Guide-Level 12

    2 years ago
    Dear Vinod, Congratulations for a decent score in 10+2. Both B.Com and BBA have their own different needs. I think if you have done without Mathematics go in for BBA. Although there will be a bit of mathematical topics but you can easily learn those if you choose a good college. You can also check your aptitude here for free: https://www.lpu.in/admission/career_assessment.php
    Whatever your decision is: Do it from a college which has a solid placement track record. LPU has phenomenal track record in placements, its BBA students recently have been placed at 18 LPA and 15 LPA at De Shaw and Trident. I hope this will help you.

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