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Megna Puli

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What is the eligibility criteria to get into bba?  Is it according to our respective board marks percentage or any exam that should be attempt?

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Begin a career in liberal arts opens up a diverse array of fields, ranging from philosophy to the social sciences, including sociology, economics, psychology, history, political science, and international affairs. Natural sciences such as physics, chemistry, biology, and environmental studies, as well as disciplines like mathematics, computer science, music, visual art, performing arts, public affairs, and gender studies, contribute to the rich tapestry of a liberal arts education. Although students may not delve into all these subjects simultaneously, the flexibility of liberal arts allows for exploration across these diverse domains
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Shruti Kapadia

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Yes definitely! A PGDM programme with dual specialisation can indeed provide you with a valuable edge in the fiercely competitive world of management and business. Candidates who opt for this approach tend to enjoy enhanced career prospects and success.The benefits of dual specialisation in a PGDM programme are manifold, mentioning a few below.1. Alignment with Market Trends2. Job Security3. Wider Career Opportunities4. Seamless Career TransitionsYou can join institutes like Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Balaji Institute of Modern Management, International School of Business and Media, Lexicon Management Institute of Mana
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Abhinandana Kumar

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Executive MBA and part-time MBA are two different types of MBA programs that cater to different needs of working professionals. According to the sources, part-time MBA programs are not as structured as full-time programs and offer more flexibility in terms of duration and schedule. Part-time MBA programs are suitable for working professionals who want to continue working while pursuing an MBA degree. On the other hand, Executive MBA programs are designed for mid-career professionals who have significant work experience and want to enhance their leadership skills and advance their careers. Executive MBA programs are more structured and
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Abhinandana Kumar

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Yes, BBA students can opt for specializations in various areas of study. Some of the popular specializations in BBA include Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource, Marketing, International Business, Event Management, Media & Culture, and Communication Theory. These specializations provide students with in-depth knowledge and skills in a particular area of study, which can help them pursue a career in that field. BBA specializations also offer better job opportunities and higher salaries compared to general BBA programs. Therefore, BBA students can choose a specialisation based on their interests and career goals.

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Mithun R

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IIM Indore is one of the best IIM, they offer integrated management programme ie BBA (3years) +MBA (2 years). .

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Mithun R

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Definitely it's not justified! I think this is done seeing the damand of CAT applicants.

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Mithun R

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Simple reason- due to large number of Graduate opting for MBA from a basic PG college. Anyone with Money and political support can open a MBA college.

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Aparna Lilith

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BBA (H) courses last four years to complete. While it takes three years to complete a general BBA. Ordinary BBA provides an overview of the subject, and BBA (H) provides an in-depth study of it. The main difference between BBA (H) and BBA is the level of specialisation. BBA (H) stands for Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) and is a degree that is more focused on a particular area of business, such as finance or marketing. On the other hand, BBA stands for Bachelor of Business Administration and is a more general degree that covers a wide range of business-related topics.

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simran kumari

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Hi. Neha. After completing a Bachelor of Business Administration BBA degree, there are various career avenues that a graduate can pursue. Some of the most popular career options for BBA graduates include:
Management trainee
Sales executive
Human resources executive
Marketing executive
Financial analyst
Operations manager
Business development executive
Entrepreneur
GIBS Business School offers a variety of programs that can help BBA graduates advance their careers, such as their Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme. This programme is designed to develop students' managerial skills, improve their decision-making abilities, and enha
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