BBA and BMS and B.Com are all three undergraduate degree courses spread across three years. It caters to the needs of different students according to their skills, area of interest, higher studies, etc. It is important for a student to begin with right basics which might be required knowledge before pursuing further studies. Choosing the right undergraduate degree can give kickstart your career in terms of gaining knowledge of the right curriculum which a student may want to continue to study for post-Graduation as well. We have done a comparative analysis of the three-bachelor degree.
B. Com is an undergraduate degree is a three-year course. It is generally divided into six semesters. Students are taught core finance and commerce related subjects like Accountancy, Corporate tax, Economics, Company law, Business management, etc.
• Minimum Qualification: Commerce/Maths background in 10+2
• Minimum marks required 50%+ from a recognized board
• DU JAT, IPU CET, NPAT are a few entrance exams accepted by the institutes
• The age limit is 17-25 years
BBA and BMS and B.Com are degree course affiliated by public & private universities such as Symbiosis Deemed University, SVKM’s NMIMS or NMIMS University, IIMs (Rohtak & Indore) etc. Autonomous colleges also offer these courses. When it comes to quality of education, private universities revise and update their course structure timely. New amendments are made to the courses to impart industry relevant skills. However, government universities restructure their courses which are not as frequent as private universities and colleges. Below you will find 3 main comparisons listed:
Another comparison can be with respect to the teaching methodology and pedagogy. In BBA and BMS is curriculum is more practical in approach where you get do the live projects, internship, industry visits etc. B. Com course provides a more theoretical knowledge of the subjects taught. Both the courses lay a good foundation for the student, if one wishes to pursue MBA later in their career.
For getting into a reputed BBA and BMS colleges, the candidate is expected to clear the competitive exam, which requires preparation from class 11th onwards. Also, B. Com courses offered by top colleges require 90+ percentage in class 12th. Best colleges in the country ask for percentages higher than 95. Bachelor degree courses in India have started to lay more emphasis on entrance exams. Online bachelor degree courses are also trending these days, owing to COVID-19 pandemic.
Depending on the type of college one chooses to aspire the fee of the course can range from INR 20k-2 lakh for any of the course. There is a fee concession to female students offered by a few colleges. Also, socially backward classes have reservation in the Government Institutes along-with reduced course fee.
There are benefits of B.Com with CA and CS. A B. com student can later appear for banking exams such as SBI PO, IBPS PO and others. Average package a student can expect after B. Com is 3-5 LPA in corporate.
Graduated BBA students can also aspire similar career options as B. Com students. The other options open to them are Tourism, Healthcare & ITES. Corporate sector is eager on hiring BBA graduates with salary package between 3-6 LPA.
Bachelor of Management Studies scope is multifold. A student graduating from this field may land up in opportunities abroad also. Presently, many students are considering BMS as a viable degree to land themselves in lucrative job opportunities. A BMS graduate from a good college can expect starting salary between 3-8 LPA. Job opportunities after BMS are also to easy find with colleges also offering campus placements. BMS course scope can also be extended to the MBA program which a student can pursue to have higher roles and salary.
The above information would have helped you to decide between BBA or BBS or B.Com.
There are many colleges in India offering undergraduate courses in BBA and BMS and B.Com . These courses are known for developing the business, financial and economic acumen of the students at an early stage and thus, known for their practical approach to learning. Listed below are some of the top colleges in India offering a three-year degree in BBA, B. Com, and BMS.
Faculty of Management, Banasthali U
Choosing the right college for pursuing an undergraduate can be highly dependent on the curriculum and the pedagogy of the institute. Mentioned below is the syllabus that you can expect to be taught in BBA and BMS and B.Com in a span of three years:
|Bachelor of Commerce||Bachelor of Management Studies||Bachelor of Business Administration|
|1st Year||Accounts||Foundation of Human Skill-l||Financial Accounting|
|Economics||Finance and Cost Accounting||Macroeconomics|
|Environment and Public Health||Business Law||Cost Accounting|
|English||Quantitative Methods for Business-1||Essentials of IT|
|Maths/ Computer||Effective Communication-l||Microeconomics|
|Business Communication||Principles of Management-l||Principles of Management|
|Computer Applications and IT||Introduction to Computers||Principles of Marketing|
|Second language||Foundation of Human Skill-ll||Environmental Management|
|General Awareness 1 & 2||Computer Application in Business;|
|2nd Year||Income Tax Laws||Management Accounting||Banking|
|Banking and Insurance||Managerial Economics-2||Management Accounting|
|Financial Markets and Institutions||Materials Management||Financial Management|
|Indian Economy||Effective Communication-2||Services|
|Corporate Accounting-I||Principles of Management- 2||Insurance|
|Corporate accounting-II||Management Accounting||Business Law|
|Elements of company Law-II||International Marketing||Human Resource Management|
|Managerial communication||Elements of Direct and Indirect Taxes||Consumer Behavior|
|Basics of cost accounting labor||Export-Import Procedures and Documentation||Marketing|
|Macroeconomics-II||Management of Small Scale Industries|
|Overheads SPL||Productivity and Quality Management|
|Public Relations Management|
|3rd Year||Cost accounting||Human Resource Management||International Business & EXIM|
|Entrepreneurship||Service Sector Management||Finance Electives|
|Marketing Management||Financial Management||Operations|
|Banking & Financial systems||Elements of Logistics Management||Financial Statement Analysis|
|Income Tax||Management of Co-operatives||Strategic Management|
|Contemporary Indian economics||Rural Marketing||Research Methodology|
|Issue and policies|
|Advance accounting paper 2||Project Work 1||Supply Chain Management|
|BCom Indirect Taxes paper 2||Entrepreneurship||Entrepreneurship & Business Plan|
|Marketing Management||Quantitative Method of Business-2|
|Mercantile Law-II||Marketing Research|
|Indian Management Thought and Practices|
|Econometrics or International Finance|
|(Elective Paper – 1)|
|Special Study in Finance or Special|
|Study in Marketing (Elective Paper – 2)|