Well there are lot of things which you can expect from a integrated course:
B.Tech+MBA: will give you dual qualifications. Tech+Management is most desirable profile these days.
B.Tech+M.Tech: Will made u the same field expert. You will be technically sound. But Management factor will miss here.
So my advice to you is that go for UPES,Dehradun as it is the Asia's first energy sector university..
Can never be. BBA is a Bachelor's course and MBA is a Master's Course. So MBA is better than BBA.
not, their is not any compulsion to do MBA after bba, but if they are intrested to do with masters then go with the base what you have taken. and you will be comfertable with your studies
BBA ofcourse,bcoz bba has guaranted degree and can pusue MBA,but if we go only on CA,we cant be guaranteed that we gonna succeed it.so better complete BBA & MBA first then if u still want to go on with CA u can pursue it at any age as eligibility for CA is only 10+2.As we know BBa graduates are paid higher amount in MNC's.
i have done bba in correspondence and iam trying for MBA in regular. are u doing the same?
There are many options after BBA but I suggest you to go for MBA. So that you can get good job. I have done the same.
BBA and BMS are the same course.. bba is outside maharastra and bms is in maharastra Check www.managementparadise.com forums.
No dear that is not an option in India as of now. It may not happen in future as well the common degree (BBA and BE) has much better alternative (BE MBA), so....
i have done bba in distance learning and MBA in full time course is it good for the job
two of these are better... if u are intrested in bba you can go for that , but according to ur future if u select bba and go for a mba u will have well good salary job than the bcom..in the private sector... if like bcom will get normal salary which is secured
No, Harvard does not offer BBA course. It only has faculty for MBA & Phd.