After doing 12th every student has a confusion in their mind which field or stream they should go ahead with. Many choose engineering and medical as they are the most common, popular and demanding fields in this era. But most of the students who belong from middle class families and from small cities get abandoned from doing these courses due to lack of better colleges in their cities. So, they go with other available courses which are easily available and most popular in their city. They often choose courses like B.A or B.Com Course.
Nowadays, BBA and BCA are two more trending and demanding undergraduate courses in which students are taking admissions frequently. Both these courses are market-valued, skill-based and open job opportunities. Due to unfamiliar opinions on higher studies, students are still confused about the selection of their undergraduate programs; rather they should go ahead with BBA or BCA.
To understand and know more about these two courses, Here are more details about the criterias, eligibility, scopes, market-value and sections of these courses.
# BBA Course:
BBA Course is a more demanding course than BCA nowadays. BBA stands for Bachelor’s in Business Administration which completely means that it is a management course. Any student who has scored more than 60% in their 12th exam is eligible for this course. Duration of this undergraduate course is 3 years which is divided into 6 semesters. After each semester students have to give an exam for evaluation.
One should do this course if he is oriented to do business or MBA in his future. BBA opens many sub-sections in this course ; e.g. international business, hospitality, tourism and healthcare facilities. If anyone wishes to work at MNC across the world he should opt BBA as their undergraduate program. Students learn about various other marketing programs, financial markets, insurance and risk management, E-Banking, logistics and supply chain, event management and human resource programs.
BBA polishes students for management and administration fields. So, one should go with BBA if he wants to pursue his post graduation in such fields.
# BCA Course:
BCA Course is a totally computer skills and knowledge based course which requires a prior knowledge of computer languages. BCA stands for bachelor’s in computer application. Computer languages like java, python, c++ etc. are taught in this course.
Any student who has scored more than 60% in their 12th exam is eligible for this course. Duration of this undergraduate course is 3 years which is divided into 6 semesters. After each semester students have to give an exam for evaluation.
Database management system, data learning, data structure, operating system, E-learning, animation, software engineering, web technologies, computer graphics, cyber law, word processing are several other features which one can learn if he opt BCA course.
BCA enhances a student to grab various computer based opportunities which is a major employment hub for IT companies. BCA also opens up a way to pursue MCA or MBA or any other pg degrees. One can master their computer language skills which opens huge opportunities in the technical field.
Career in BBA & BCA Course:
Young people who had just passed their 12th exam contact their elder brothers, cousins, friends or relatives for their selection of courses. This is one good way to know about the details, eligibility, outcomes and criterias about any course. Relatives even tell you about colleges along with the courses to opt.
But we will tell you more details about BBA and BCA. These two courses are completely different from each other ; one comes under management courses while the other is totally based on computer skills and knowledge. If you wish to pursue your undergraduate in any two of these courses, first you should know about your interests. You should have to be fully aware about all the skills and temperaments. If you are interested in computer based terms and knowledge, you should obviously choose BCA or BBA. But, if you are unaware of computer knowledge and have any interests in management then you should opt BBA over BCA.