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    Eligibility for BBA for an average student in Maths?

    sir
    my rank is11961in ip entrance test i want to know about bba in simple bba or in bba(MOM) in witch have less math because of my math portion is very weak so you just tell me in above two course witch course is better for me



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    senorita is offline Junior Member senorita is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility for BBA for an average student in Maths?

    Hello Friend ,

    ABOUT BBA COURSE :-

    The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a bachelor's degree in commerce and business administration.The BBA program usually includes general business courses and advanced courses for specific concentrations.The degree also develops the student's practical managerial skills, communication skills and business decision-making capability.

    ELIGIBILITY

    • Passing Higher secondary or equivalent is a must.
    • Minimum percentage required is 45 % from recognized school.
    • English should be one of the subject.
    This course is open to all those who fulfill the mentioned criteria's . This course will help all who aspire for managerial roles. So no need to worry if you are average in maths , as this course does not involve tough mathematics problem . So just be relax and study well .

    GOOD LUCK ..

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    Re: Eligibility for BBA for an average student in Maths?

    Which branch I choose in bba ? For better scope.plz... Suggest

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    Re: Eligibility for BBA for an average student in Maths?

    hi friend.
    bba- bachelor of business administration is an undergraduate course in business administration. it is three year full time course.
    the minimum eligibility criteria for bba from a good institute is 60% or more in 12th standard from a recognized state board or central board.
    mainly there are four specializations are being offered in bba which are:
    a) marketing.
    2) finance
    3) human resource
    4) information technology.
    you can elect any of htese according to your interest and skill.
    all the best.

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    Re: Eligibility for BBA for an average student in Maths?

    hi friend.
    if you want a better job in future than you must have to do mba just after the completion of bba, so first of all decide what your skill is and what you can do with ease and with enthusiasm and than after select your specialization according to that.
    for say if you want to establish your own business in near future than go with entrepreneurship, if you are quiet good with handling situation or dealing with persons or having a good interpersonal skiils than choose human resource, good in communication and having selling skills than choose marketing, good in accounting and maths than finance will be good.
    so its only you who have to decide that which one is better, no one can know what your skill is and what you actually want to do.
    think twice before taking the final decision.
    all the best.

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