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    BBA or B.Com. after MBA HR?

    HI,
    I have completed my 12th class this year which course should i do ,should i do BBA or BCOM ? as i am Intested to do MBA(HR) after my graduation

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    Re: BBA or B.Com. after MBA HR?

    Hi Dear,
    You can do BBA as BBA will be continuous course for you if you opt MBA

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    Re: BBA or B.Com. after MBA HR?

    It is nice to see that you are Aiming towards the MBA course from now on wards.



    Dear aspirant for being eligible of for the MBA course one has to successfully completes his/her graduation course in any stream from a recognized university with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate.




    MBA is a master degree course with the duration of two years.This is very professional and dynamic course.




    Dear aspirant every bachelor course is good in their own streams.BBA as well as B.com both are the good bachelor degree courses.Both degree are more valuable after doing the masters in their respective fields.



    One can choose his/her graduation course, according the interest, views and Easiness of himself/herself towards that particular course.



    But here ,as you are telling that your ultimate goal is to pursue the MBA course in future.So In my opinion it will be good to go for the BBA course rather than going for the B.com course.BBA course is related to the Management course.It is directly related to the MBA course.




    So if you will go for the BBA course now then you will feel quite easiness in MBA course.So you should go for the BBA course.





    !! Best Of Luck !!



    Regards,
    JSD

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