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i decided to take bba ...bba is better or mba ...and i want to know which is the best course after cec.
BBA and MBA are two different level courses but related to one single field that is Management. BBA is an under graduate degree course while MBA is a post graduate master degree course. Since you have decided to join BBA, that is a good decision taking into consideration your liking. CEC course would not suit you as rightly said by your friends that it may not get good jobs in future. I would suggest you to stick and concentrate on your BBA and score good marks and percentage in that. Also it is important that you understand all the subject very well while doing your BBA since what you study in BBA will be a good foundation for your MBA later. After BBA, I would surely and strongly suggest that you should do MBA may be in Finance, [Human Resource or Marketing.]
3 Remember that basedon your studies, understanding in the BBA course, you will be able to decide which specialisation to choose and actually if done so, you will be able to decide it better and confidently. Therefore, conentrate on your BBA and surely join MBA later. Here I would like to point out that while you in the last year of your BBA, appear for MBA Entrance Tests like SNAP, MAT, ATMA, CMAT, CAT, CET, etc. Also make it a point that you should appear for at least two tests so that you get that buffer with you in case you score low in one of the tests and then comparatively you can apply for the concerned Business Schools in India based on your top score. Also aim to apply and complete your MBA from reputed, recognised and famous Institutes, since those Institutes only will give you good placements. An MBA if done from a good institute only can assure you good jobs and secure career. Considering that companies today are not getting employable candidates for jobs, you should also concentrate and focus on your skills apart from studies, academics. Soft skills, inter personal skills and industry knowledge together will only give you good jobs and career. So try an improve these everyday. Wish you best Luck.
Just went through the CEC website, and was confused. Though it says it is a virtual medium of learning, but does not stress more on their curriculum and outcome.So best would be for you to rethink on your decision.As far as BBA and MBA is concerned, both are management degree, BBA being a 3 years Undergraduate course, whereas MBA being a Post Graduate management study for 2 years after you Graduate.BBA is affiliated to the Pune university. Hence the 3 years course would noty only be theoretical but will also include a lot of presentations and internship, the best way to learn the concepts.This course makes you industrially well equipped.Though you have knowledge about the 3 sectors like Marketing, HR and Finance, but you do not specialise in any one of them. So you just work as a Gradaute
So here it would be best to support your Graduation with an MBA degree.MBA is a 2 years full-time course. The eligibility is clearing the entrance exam either at the state level ( CET, ATMA, SET) or All India level ( CAT) or private institute exams ( NMAT, XLRI)Better to appear for 2 or more exams so that there is a surety to get through to one atleast.
Again here my advise is that though you have an idea about the specialization at the Graduate level, to know which one suits you, it would be best to work in the department, learn the work, gain experience and then opt for an [MBA program]Please note that during the MBA qualifying round, scores are also given for experience that you have too.Also the industry exposure will give you the functioning of the organization and can expand your choices.Apart from the 3 specializations you could also think of:
Hope this helps you further.
Wish you good luck..........
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