B.Com vs BBA: Which is the best course?

Business education is becoming increasingly well-liked as the Indian market keeps changing. Educational institutions are creating more specialized courses to fulfill the needs of the nation’s economic changes. Many methods are available for students who want to major in business or management. The two degrees students who wish to work in management or commerce most frequently choose are B.Com and BBA. It might be challenging to choose the best career path after graduating high school due to the abundance of available options. Students frequently aren’t sure whether to select B.COM or BBA as their study path. Here is a thorough comparison of the two courses to assist you in making your decision.

B.Com and BBA: Key Difference?

After completing their education, students with a background in commerce frequently ask themselves, “Is B.Com better than BBA?,” or “Should I do BBA after 12th class or B.Com?”

Those who want to advance their business knowledge take the undergraduate BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) degree. The Indian BBA program takes three years to complete. The three-year program is divided into six semesters. Some nations provide the BBA program for four years.

BBA students need to be knowledgeable in various topics, including human resources, international business, operations management, marketing, information technology, finance, and insurance. Students enrolling in a BBA program learn topics that prepare them to manage a business. The BBA course curriculum is structured to lay the groundwork for the MBA program.

Another UG-level course is B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce), which offers fundamental business, accounting, economics, and finance knowledge. A three-year curriculum with six semesters is available in India for the B.Com degree. The B.Com degree has several prerequisite courses, including business mathematics, business legislation, financial accounting, cost accounting, economics, and general business. Students considering an accounting career after graduating from high school may wish to consider getting a B.Com degree.

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Pablo Picasso Painting Club

Pablo Ruiz Picasso was a Spanish painter, sculptor, print maker, ceramicist and theatre designer. Throughout the long course of his career, he created more than 20,000 paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics and other items such as costumes and theatre sets. He is universally renowned as one of the most influential and celebrated artists of the twentieth century.
Pablo Picasso Painting Club at Renaissance University provides a platform to all the members to express their talents in the field of art which otherwise would have remained hidden. It is a community of art enthusiasts with a motive to provide each other a safe space to stay connected and listen to their art. The club has been instrumental in bringing out the creative, expressive and aesthetic potential of each student through various programmes and sessions.

William Somerset Maugham Literature Club

William Somerset Maugham was an English author and playwright. He was one of the highest-paid writers of the early to mid-twentieth century, Maugham wrote fiction, memoir, travelogues, and plays.
The Literature Club at Renaissance University Indore aims to promote all literary related domains such as short story writing, book reading, debating, poem reciting, impromptu speaking, storytelling, creative writing etc. among students. The club throughout the year designs and conducts events aimed at honing these skills.
The Literary Club has been founded to promote language and literature. Through these activities, literary coordinators (student and teacher) reach out to language and literature lovers and try to create a space for sharing ideas, emotions and thoughts. The Club is instrumental in building a community of creative, imaginative and thoughtful human beings.