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    BBA or B.Com. before MBA in Finance?

    i have just cleared my class xii and have maths. i want to do mba finance after graduation,so whether i should go for bba or bcom..please suggest

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    baru is offline Junior Member baru is on a distinguished road
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    Re: BBA or B.Com. before MBA in Finance?

    Any branch we can opt for doing MBA in Finance.for doing MBA in any stream first of all we should be having the graduation certificate with a minimum of 50% aggregate which is recognized by any university and for the sc/st it is 45%.So we can chose any of the courses like not only in BBA or in B.Com .BBA means bachelor of administration and B.Com means bachelor of computers.According to my opinion if you take this BBA it will be useful for taking higher education such as MBA if you take B.com you can also pursue MBA but after taking that course but you have to work hard inorder to gain basic knowledge of doing this course MBA as because it is B.Com is based upon computer skills na thats why.for taking you must be having administrative skills,social skills,management skills leadership skills that is very important for the persons who want to take that course in MBA In any stream as their wish.for doing MBA we have to write entrance tests such as CAT,MAT,XAT,ATMA etc and these tests based upon the topics such as quantitative,logic,reasoning,english basec questions etc. After writting the written test based upon the performance you may be having the groupdiscusions and personal interview and after that you may be allotted for getting the admission in certain colleges based upon the grade.so as per my opinio in order to have grip in that field choosing BBA is only better if you ask me.BUt if you think that you can do it well even if you take B.Com then take that course and practise well and appear for the MBA course.

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    JSD is offline Senior Member JSD is on a distinguished road
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    Re: BBA or B.Com. before MBA in Finance?

    It is good to see your interest towards the MBA course.

    It is a master degree course with the duration of two years.The basic eligibility criteria for this course is to have a bachelor's degree in any stream from a recognized university with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate.

    There is not any kind of restriction for opting any of the bachelor course.One is totally free to opt any of the bachelor course available to them.One can opt the course on the basis of their likeness as well as interest towards the course.

    BBA and B.com both are the good bachelor courses.As you are telling that , your ultimate goal is to do the MBA course.So in my opinion it will be good to go for the BBA course rather then for going the B,com course.



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    lvnareshsunrise is offline Senior Member lvnareshsunrise is on a distinguished road
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    Re: BBA or B.Com. before MBA in Finance?

    You can opt for any of the courses between

    to join MBA course later.

    Because the eligibility criteria for MBA course is
    -Completion of Graduation with any of the stream with minimum 50% of marks.
    -It will be 45% of marks for the candidates of SC or ST category.

    There is no upper age limit at all for the candidates to join this course.

    In the B.Com course, Commerce knowledge will be equipped to you which include Accounting as a major portion.

    In the BBA course, you will be equipped with Management skills and knowledge also.

    Many of the subjects which you undergo in B.Com course will be repeated in MBA Finance also.

    So, my suggestion would be to opt for BBA course so that you can get good Management skills in BBA itself.

    Subject knowledge anyway, you will get to know in MBA Finance.

    Choose the top colleges offering this course in and around you and join this course.

    Start preparing for the Entrance Exams from the 2nd year of your BBA course.

    Better to prepare for CAT Exam, the top most Entrance Exam to join MBA course.

    Wish you all the best.

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