Difference between BBA (FIA) and BMS course and their scope for future as comparative to B.com from DU. Can we pursue CA with BBA (FIA) is it beneficial . Which course should we pursue as confused between B.com and BBA/Bms as I am a sport person also awarded gold medal in state tournament .
BBA: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration BBA is a 3-year course relevant to the functioning and operation of a particular business, which also facilitates a master's degree in a specific area, such as finance, BUISNESS, marketing , sales, etc. This course helps students develop analytical and logical skills.
BBA (FIA): BBA in finance and Investment Analysis. The Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance degree programme will provide potential financial professionals with an in-depth understanding of how economic and banking matters are handled. Under the Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance programme, students are taught to make educated insurance and investment predictions and forecasts. They also gain practical and theoretical knowledge of various financial elements, such as trading, financial engineering, portfolio management , corporate finance and international finance.
BMS: Bachelor of Management Studies BMS course essentially teaches a student how an organization actually runs and is operated. Along with the work, applicants can start freelancing, or they can opt for higher education in order to obtain in-depth experience, which will allow them to get administrative jobs.
B.Com: Bachelor in Commerce is a graduate course offering a conceptual understanding of Accounting, Finance, Corporate Law, Taxation, Insurance and Management. It is a three-year undergraduate programme in the field of trade. B.Com opens the doors to job prospects such as Chartered Accountant (CA), Business Secretary (CS), Cost and Work Accounting (CWA), Insurance & Banking Services.
Yes, You can pursue CA along with BBA(FIA) from DU, but you will be expected to keep your study schedule with your college and meet the minimum attendance criteria, along with CA studies. It's a bit difficult because the subjects in CA are mostly realistic, but for BBA or BMS from DU, the subjects are mostly related to management. Also, you can only complete your IPCC level when doing BBA/BMS and wait until you finish your college to start your paperwork.
In my opinion, you should go with B.Com+ CA, it is more preferable. These two are inter-relatable and it's easy to manage them well. Also, you can consider BBA(FIA)+CA if you are fond pf accounting and finance only. CA+BBA is not that much good option because BBA is totally related to management and managerial skills, if you that much ample of time and wanted to go to for management, then definitely you should but need proper time management.
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