When students complete their 12th board examination, the first thing that strikes their mind is what’s next? From what I believe, only a handful of students have a clear mindset of choosing a particular course and the rest keep on struggling between the choice and interest of their own with the choice of their friends and family. So there’s always a dilemma in a student’s mind that which course will aptly end up providing an exploring career and a stable future. This blog talks about career options in BBA and how you can pursue one!
Globalization and an increase in industrialization led to a decrease in traditional jobs and an increase in more professional and technical jobs. This has further resulted in introducing the knowledge of these jobs at the education level. Hence, the choices in career- field options have also tremendously increased in the last few decades resulting in more fresh but confused minds.
Gone are the days when engineering, medical, B.A., B.Com, and B.Sc. were considered as the only options for the students. Now with the outbreak of professionalism in the working styles of the corporate professional courses has also blown their trumpets in the education sector and one such course is B.B.A (Bachelors of Business Administration). Hence, if there are a number of career options in BBA and
B.B.A is a 3-year undergraduate course offered by both government and private institutions across the country. A B.B.A course is to MBA what B.Com is to M.Com and B.Sc. is to M.Sc. BBA is available as both regular and correspondence study. The overall objective of the course is to impart business and management skills to students and prepare them for their entry into the corporate world. It is a fairly popular course among students nowadays and the skills developed during the course curriculum leads to the foundation of the management career.
Students from all fields (science, commerce or humanities) could opt for this course after the completion of their 12th just by giving an entrance examination generally followed by group discussions and personal interviews to get into various institutions. Ideally, those students should go for B.B.A course who have natural leadership capability, a knack for management and good communication skills.