BBA vs. B.Com:With the Class 12th Board exams being terminated, the frequent mind-pricking question that you get is "what next after your 12th results". If you have zeroed your options to just these two courses - B.Com and BBA, then get your confusion settled by the end of this blog. BBA and B.Com are regarded as the most preferred undergrad courses for students willing to make a career in finance and business management. Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) is a unique career program that has been in huge demand in recent years. Whereas, Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) is one of
Speak English Professionally: English as we hear time and again, is a Global language. It is one of the most widely spoken languages considering the speakers to be both native and non-natives. If we only consider the native speakers of a certain language then the most spoken language in the world is Cantonese and Mandarin. But let’s talk about English here. It has become such an accepted language that it is recognized as an official language in 67 countries and 27 non-sovereign entities. It would not be wrong to title the language a tool in people’s lives. It is one
Commerce is a really popular stream among the students in India. According to a survey done by All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) in 2019 40.3 lakh students had enrolled in commerce that year, ranking third. Commerce was just a few lakh numbers away from Science which ranked second with 47.13 lakh while Arts held first position with 93.49 lakh students enrolled. The stream deals with the study of finance, trade, business alongside the study of relationship between a producer and a client and therefore the exchange of products and services between them. It is a relatively vast stream
The adversity brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic is not hidden to anybody. Times have really been tough but we as human beings learn to adapt. The past year and a half brought to many people losses of all kinds including loss of life, monetary loss, loss of jobs and loss of mental peace. Not to mention how specially the times have been tough for students. They haven’t been to their classrooms for almost two years which has left the students studying via screens. It is not only the textbook knowledge you learn in school but you learn about life.
Can a 12th commerce student go for a BCA undergrad course? The answer is YES. BCA or Bachelor of Computer Application is a 3-year undergraduate degree course that carries endless career prospects in the IT (Information Technology) sector. If you are a commerce student and want to explore the vast and lucrative possibilities in the field of technology, then this blog is for you. Since the early decades, the global market for IT professionals is skyrocketing. For anyone willing to make a mark in this speed-paced sector, a full-time BCA course is the best alternative to get equipped with the