Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) is a degree course which prepares students to face the challenges in the field of computers and to make their career in computer applications and software development.
It is a three-year undergraduate course which is designed to produce graduates who have necessary skills and knowledge not only in computer and information technology but also in communication, organization, and management.
While pursuing BCA, students become well versed in programming languages such as Java, C+, HTML, Database Management, SQL, Python. This program demonstrates sound knowle
BBA is an under graduate degree and therefore prospects for a full fledged career are low. BBA is just an introduction to the management science and administration which proves of help to pursue higher studies in management science and administration eg. MBA, MMS, etc.
Job profiles as a fresh BBA graduate are in the fields of accounts, finance, banking, BPOs, KPOs, insurance, sales, marketing, data entry, voice process, back office operations, etc. All these fields are different from each other and therefore the job profiles also differ. They differ in terms of field work, timin
Two Masters degree or two graduations at the same time are now allowed as per the UGC rules.
I feel that you are too much hurrying up in acquiring degrees. I would suggest that completing your MA Economics should be a priority if you are interested in the domain. Securing first class is highly recommended for better future career opportunities.
Doing MBA in Finance is a good option. Human Resource for an Economics post graduate is not relevant. Please do not add MBA just for the sake of degree.
MBA through distance mode or part time basis can be done if you start work
Unhappy with your BCA scores? Do not be! Scores may somehow affect your near future but would have no affect in long run. The factor that is going to have effect in long run is your belief in yourself. As long as you believe you can, you 'can'. Losing hope will lead you nowhere. This is a misconception that the students with high scores only can pursue MCA after BCA. As I already stated, this is a 'misconception'. You can pursure MCA even if you have scored low marks in BCA. It is agreeable that you can not get into the top MCA colleges. But there are many decent colleges with provide admissio
What to do after BCom is a very common confusion. Hope you are confident about your BCom knowledge and domain knowledge.
MBA is the most commonly opted course after BCom by many, however this should not be the criteria for you for your career always. MBA if done from premier Institutes in India or abroad will only add value and not otherwise if done just for the degree sake or as a matter of adding degree because all doing so.
Now that you are aware of the commerce fields due to BCom, I strongly recommend you to take the Commerce Career Selection Test from CareerGuide.com.