How Can I Get Admission in BBA?
Before we move on to discuss the question, “How can I get admission in BBA?”, let us first learn about BBA, its eligibility criteria, subjects studied, employment areas and job opportunities.
BBA is the Bachelor of Business Administration. It is a three-year undergraduate course in Business Management. In this course, students have a choice to choose the combination of subjects they want to study. The course is designed in a way that would incur among students the basic understanding of the Management course. It develops in students’ basic communication and entrepreneurship skills.
Students from any stream (Humanities, Commerce or Science) can apply for the course. applicants must have completed 10+2 at the time of admission.
Following is the list of some of the subjects that are covered in the period of the course-
- Business Economics
- Business Laws
- Introduction to Operations Research
- Production and Material Management
- Business Mathematics and Statistics
Following are some of the employment areas that the candidates with a degree in BBA can explore-
- Business Consultancies
- Educational Institutes
- Export Companies
- Marketing Organizations
Following are some of the job types that the interested students can look into to make a career-
- Finance Manager
- Information Systems Manager
- Management Accountant
- Human Resource Manager
- Finance Manager
How can I get admission in BBA? Admission to BBA is granted on the basis of an entrance examination. While some universities/colleges conduct their own entrance test, some accept the CET or test conducted by AIMA.
Some of the best entrance exams for BBA admissions are DU JAT, IPMAT, NPAT, AIMA UGAT, GGSIPU CET BBA. In the above exams, AIMA stands for All India Management Association and GGSIPU CET stands for Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Central Entrance Test. All the entrance tests are Computer Based Tests and are accepted by different universities/colleges/institutes.
Once you clear the entrance test, next round is that of a group discussion followed by personal interview. The last two rounds, that of group discussion and interview, are basically the personality tests. Once you clear all the rounds, you can get admission in the respective university/college/institute.