BBA

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is the study of trade, commerce, management and operations at undergraduate level. There are several BBA colleges in India which conduct entrance tests for admission to BBA courses, while some admit on the basis of merit. The BBA course is a 3-year course offered in the streams namely : E-Banking and Finance; Financial Markets; Professional; Logistics & Supply Chain; Human Resource Management; Marketing Management. There are many students who opt for BBA Coaching Classes; to make sure that their preparation is not affected for the BBA Course. There are many wel-known institutes who provide coaching for BBA in various cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Others. Online BBA Coaching is also available for the students. BBA Course Fee generally varies from..

10 Ways to Crack BAT(TISS BBA Entrance)

Tata Institute of Social Sciences is one of the most prestigious colleges in India. It is the best in India when it comes to the field of HR. But,HR isn’t the only field on offer here. TISS offers B.A. programmes at the Tuljapur,Hyderabad and Guwahati centers.

1.B.A. (Hons) in Social Work with specialization in Rural Development – Tuljapur only.
2. Integrated BA-MA Programme in Social Sciences – Tuljapur,Hyderabad,Guwahati.
The entrance exam is held in the month of April every year,with the classes commencing from July. Here are some tips to crack it :
1. TISSBAT is a computer based test held in centers across the country. So make sure, you are acclimatized to reading and writing from a computer screen since this is an important factor while writing essays.
2. Know your exam –
The exam consists of 2 parts. Part A will be a 60 minute test with MCQs on current affairs, social awareness,logical and analytical reasoning,carrying 60 marks. Part B contains a written test with a set of descriptive questions in English. Both parts have separate cut offs.
3. Prepare well for topics such Profit and Loss, Averages, S.I.,Probability, Ratio,Proportion and Variation in Quants and Arrangement questions, Alphabet/Number Series for LR.
4. Practice writing essays on trending topics so that it teaches how to put up an interesting discussion for varying topics of interest.
5. The GK section requires you to be well versed with current affairs of the world as well as static knowledge including Media/Ads,Economy. Be informed about the new laws in the country and government schemes. This is usually a make-or-break section since people usually take this lightly.
6. Do not leave any part since it is mandatory to clear both of them separately.
7. Improve your speed of writing since Part B requires you to write two short answers in 30 minutes for 40 marks.
8. Once you clear the entrance test,you are called for the PI round. 50 marks are given for this round. Make sure you are confident and come across as a genuine person during the interview. Practice mock interviews with friends and family so that you get used to it.
9. Reading newspapers is a habit that helps not only for exams but for the overall development of a person. If you haven’t inculcated it yet, today is the best time to start.
10. In the interview form, write genuine answers and not copy pasted answers from the internet. Most importantly, know why you really want to do a B.A.!
All the best!

5 Secrets to make it to Xavier !

St. Xavier’s College is a name that holds a strong and rich legacy for itself. The college offers a supportive faculty and a happening campus life. B.B.A is one among the various courses that the college offers. The course is designed for students who have an aim of shifting on to the administration side of things without really waiting for a Masters degree before you do so. The program is spread over 3 years and the placements have been outdoing themselves every year with a growing reputation among various MNCs and blue chip companies which visit the campus. In order to get yourself a coveted seat and succeed at this college,you need to grab hold of these important tips :
1. Know the syllabus –
Visit the college website. Check out the information about the entrance test and also the syllabus. Try to understand the paper pattern so that you know what you are up against. Remember,the most important thing in succeeding is to start. And this goes a long way in your preparation.
2. Gain worldly knowledge –
In order to be a successful manager,you need to be an all-rounder with respect to your managerial skills as well as your knowledge of markets around the world. So it is advisable to read newspapers,watch news channels on the television and try to understand the dynamics of the world’s different industries and markets.
3. Know your basics –
Clearing the BBA entrance test requires no major preparation as long as your basics are covered. You NEED to be thorough with the elementary knowledge that you gained in your junior college days and you should be comfortable putting it to use as well. A quick tip for this is to start out by making your own notes based on your understanding of the subject.
4. Perseverance –
Once your goal is clear,make sure nothing stops you. You need to keep going with the preparation that you started. Keep yourself motivated. Having a study buddy helps here. Put up the college’s photograph in your study room so that you it serves as an inspiration to you. Remember that it is important to be practicing questions right up to the final day so that you are in good shape mentally.
5. Confidence is the key –
You need to be very sure of your preparation when you are attempting questions in the entrance test. Most tests are likely to have negative marking so keep that in mind. Don’t just attempt questions in a haphazard manner. Solve the ones that you are absolutely sure about before moving on to the others. You need to be quick and impactful at the same time.
Getting a B.B.A. degree opens up a world of opportunities. Do make sure that you study to that level and clear the entrance exam to get into the college.

10 ways to crack DU-JAT!

JAT is an objective type test of 100 multiple choice questions to be attempted in two hours. There are 4 sections, Quantitative Ability, Reasoning & Analytical Ability, General English and Business & General Awareness. Each correct question carries 3 marks and there is negative marking of 1 mark for each wrong answer. Hence, the grand total of the test is 300.

With around 25000 people applying for mere 840 seats in this course, the competition is bound to be fierce.

Here are a few tips which you should keep in mind,for your preparation,and while giving the paper:

1. Manage your time well

Divide your time well among the four sections while preparing, and then leave enough time to work on your problem areas. Similarly, while attempting the paper, give the required time to each section (depending on how difficult or easy you find it).

2. Difficult questions

While attempting the paper, don’t remain stuck on a difficult question, move ahead if that happens. Remember, every question has equal weightage. Also, if you are clueless about an answer, don’t attempt the question, since there is negative marking. But, at times what happens is that you can reach the right answer, by eliminating options that you know are not related to the question. So, think about every option and its relevance, you never know what clicks!

3.Plan an exam strategy

Planning the way, you attempt the questions can come in handy. This is important specially when the time is limited. You may not have to approach the question paper the way it is intended to be. The best way to plan the strategy is by learning about your strengths and weaknesses. Attempt the sections you are good at and leave the rest for later. After all an entrance is all about playing your strengths and sailing through your weaknesses.

4.General knowledge

For me, this section was a huge impediment, If you find yourself to be in the same predicament as me, then polish your rusty general knowledge, read the newspaper, GK refresher magazines (they offer monthly news in a condensed version), and browse through general GK books. Remember, current affairs are extremely important.

5.Read the questions carefully

Not reading the questions carefully, in an attempt to complete the paper in a hurry is a mistake that a lot of people make.Take your time to read the questions, they are generally pretty simple. Otherwise you end up giving the wrong answer to a ridiculously easy question.

6.Admit Card

Don’t forget to get a printout of your admit card on 10th June, and get it attested (as per the directions given on it). Also, remember to carry it to the venue, otherwise all your hard work would go down the drain.

7.Previous years’ papers

Practice the previous years’ papers, since they give you an idea of the level of the paper, and the exam pattern. If you are someone who has a problem with completing the questions on time, then set a time limit for yourself when you practice.

8.Revision time

Leave 10-15 minutes at the end of the exam to check your answers once. Revising your answers gives a lot of re-assurance.

9.Be calm, cool and collected

This paper is nothing but an aptitude test, and if you have your concepts and fundamentals clear, you don’t need any form of coaching clear. Don’t stress yourself out, that kills rational thinking, which is a must to give this paper.

10.Ace the GD

To ace the GD round, keep in mind that you should have a clear head, and present points that are rational. It is not required that you be the only speaker in the group- but bear in mind that whatever you say should make sense. Don’t be overly hostile towards others, in fact be a good listener too- take a cue from what others are saying if you feel lost. On the other hand, you can steer the topics of discussion for the PI round to the topics that you are comfortable with. The interview
can be about current affairs, economics, physics, or your favorite author- if you lead it in the right direction. Don’t be nervous while being interviewed.

Keep these tips in mind while applying for these courses. These worked for me, and I hope these work for you as well.
Best of luck!

 

 

 

 

De-stress

De-Stress Yourself Before The Exam

It’s very natural for each student to experience exam stress. It’s an unavoidable part of student life. But stress exists for a reason and it can be used to drive you to improve your work. But unfortunately, stress becomes the reason for under-performance of many bright students.

To combat exam stress, firstly you need to understand the reasons behind this heightened anxiety. Then only you can apply various methods to reduce the pressures you feel. Researchers have uncovered some common explanations for this:

  • Low motivation levels
  • Lack of preparation and planning
  • High expectations from others
  • Competition from peers

But it’s not difficult to overcome exam stress. Following are simple methods to overcome stress before exam.

  1. Plan your Study Routine

This may not be a big surprise but what is shocking is that not many students understand the benefits of creating a personal study plan. With some initial effort, you can become more productive and motivated each day. Then you approach your preparation by understanding your learning progress. In this way, your preparation remains on right track and you don’t get stressed at last moments.

  1. 2. No heavy preparations.at last moment

It’s usually seen that when you engage in heavy preparation at the last moment,  you tend to get mixed up and build up undue stress which, again, is not what you would want to do.

  1. Do not solve too many mock test papers at the last moment

Solving at the last moment would only confuse you more. Solve as many test papers, mock questions- online or off line, as possible BUT not on the last night before the paper. Solving papers on the last night will only mess up your concepts and tricks that you have mastered. Instead you should try revision. Also, take break between your revisions. That way you will be able to study better and do a lot more revision.

  1. Try to Get Enough Sleep

The benefits of a proper night’s sleep can never be underestimated. Most importantly, sleep is also helpful in assimilating new knowledge into your long-term memory so that you can recall it when it comes to test day.  Better sleep can help in studies as it helps improve focus and concentration.

  1. Give Your Mind Space

Meditation is one of the most effective ways to take a break and eliminate your stress. It also helps to maintain focus as it improves both mental and physical health to reduce pre-exam stress.

  1. Listen to Classical Music

Listening to music can create a positive and productive environment as it elevates your mood and encourages you to study more effectively and for longer duration of time. Classical music is recommended as the best type of music to boost your brain power. Other forms of music such as ambient music can also work.

  1. Loosen up

Many students feel as if they should spend their entire time before exams with their books open. However, research has proven that exercising and loosening up can boost your memory and brain power.  You can try by going out for a long walk, jog, hit the gym- exercise. It’s been proven exercise helps to de-stress. But DO NOT try relaxing by solving reasoning!

  1. Eating Dark Chocolate

Believe it or not this is 100% true. Eating dark chocolate which has over 70% cocoa content helps to fight the stress hormone cortisol and has an overall relaxes your body. Also, chocolate releases endorphins which act as natural stress fighter.

  1. Break Free from Distractions

I bet you don’t even realize the number of times you check Facebook, Instagram or whatever your vice is? When you add it all up together, it amounts to a significant waste of time. It can be hard to detach from your life outside of studying but keeping the end goal and timeframe in mind will ease the process.

10.Believe in yourself

Most importantly, BE POSITIVE. You have studied hard. You have put in a lot of hard work and you are focused. Tomorrow will be your day.

 

 

What makes Xaviers different from other Graduate Colleges?

St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai is one of the top colleges for Arts, Science and Commerce/ Business. It became an autonomous college in 2010. It received India’s National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2006. It is named after Francis Xavier, the 16th century Spanish Jesuit saint. It is located in south Mumbai and has Gothic style of architecture. It offers junior college courses in arts and science fields for two years, UG courses in B.Sc, B.A, B.Com, B.M.S, B.M.M and B.Sc I.T, diploma courses and PG courses in M.A, PhD, M.Sc, M.P.P and PGDDS.

Following are the reasons why St. Xavier’s College is different from other graduate colleges:

  • It is an autonomous college:

It has the liberty to design its own courses and framing the syllabi. It conducts its own evaluation for its students. With this opportunity of implementing autonomy, it can upgrade the level of its education and meeting the aspirations of its students. However, academic autonomy doesn’t include financial autonomy. The fee structure of the courses are set according to the University of Mumbai. It has worked hard to achieve autonomy by working out its credit system, teaching pattern, syllabus structure and continuous internal evaluation.

  • Excellent faculty:

St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai has an excellent teaching faculty. The teaching staff is an important reason why the college is amongst the top best graduate colleges in the country. It also has visiting faculty which enhances the teaching experience altogether. The students get the chance to meet some of the professionals who have been doing quite well in their respective fields of business.

  • Infrastructure:

It occupies an area of around 2.94 acres in the fort locality of south Mumbai. It is located close to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) railway station. It was built in Indo-Gothic style of architecture and it serves as the heritage structure by the Mumbai Heritage Conservation Committee. The Blatter Herbarium  was made which includes a large variety of plant, Caius Laboratory for Inter-Disciplinary Research was made to perform drug research, Central Instrumentation Facility (C.I.F.) allows students to use the sophisticated musical instruments, Heras Institute of Indian History and Culture was founded in 1926, as the Indian Historical Research Institute, Xavier’s Visual Arts Studio consists of professional quality, moving and still, cameras with lighting equipment and good editing facilities and a library which has a variety of books and also has lending facilities to the students.

  • Fests :

Malhar is one of the most well-known fests in the city. It is an inter-college youth festival held mostly during the rains in August. It involves teams from 60 different colleges from Mumbai and 30 cultural competitions in performing arts, fine arts, literary along with workshops on different themes. Janfest is another famous fest of Indian classical music. It is held by Indian Music Group (IMG) in January which promotes classical music and lets the talented youth to show their talent. It has played host to famous singers like Ravi Shankar, Zakir Hussain and Hariprasad Chaurasia. Apart from these two it also hosts Ithaka, English literature and theatre festival and Aamod, fest organized by “Marathi Vangmay Mandal”.

  • Encourages co-curricular activities:

Apart from academics students take part in a variety of activities such as debates, dramatics, sports, quizzes, dance and singing competitions, art fests etc. There are some co-curricular societies formed for students who have interests in various other fields such as The Film Countdown, The English Theatre Society, Fitoor: The Hindi Dramatics Society, The Xavier’s Debate Society and The Dance Troupe.

  • It has been awarded NAAC:

In 2007, it received the highest rating A+ in the re-accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). It is a symbol of excellence. It was rated in the top 10 colleges in India by the national “India Today” magazine. It was regarded as the best arts college and second best science and commerce college in the years 2000 and 2006. It was awarded the “College with a Potential for Excellence” by the UGC in 2006.

 

 

 

 

 

10 Things that make NMIMS Special for BBA

NMIMS (Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies) is one of the top private universities of India. It stands as a large University with 9 specialized schools, two off-campus operations, with strength of over 6000 students and 430 faculty members. It is located in Vile Parle, a posh suburb of Mumbai. Following are the 10 reasons which make NMIMS special for BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration):

  1. Unique curriculum

NMIMS has its own curriculum which it keeps updating to match with present trend in the educational standards.

 

  1. Frequent visits of Guest Speakers from different industrial backgrounds

It regularly invites professionals as Guest Speakers who are practicing and managing in different industries. They share their business skills and leadership styles to the students.

 

  1. Student exchange program

NMIMS has tie-ups with international universities such as Rotterdam Business School, Hogeschool university and other leading colleges. The students are sent to other universities to encourage beyond classroom learning.

 

  1. Ranked 10th amongst top 100 B-schools in India

It has won many awards for providing the most outstanding and dynamic managers to different sectors of business. It has been consistently amongst the top Management Schools in the country.

 

  1. Encourages extra-curricular activities

Apart from the curriculum it encourages students to take part in many co-curricular activities such as debates, fests, sports, music, indoor and outdoor games, internships etc.

 

  1. Satisfied placements

Top recruiters of different fields visit NMIMS for job placements, such as Deloitte, UBS AG, Axis Bank, Citi Bank, Mahindra Lifespaces, ITC limited, L&T Finance, Aditya Birla Financial Services etc.

 

  1. Highly qualified teaching faculty

The teaching faculty is the strongest reason behind NMIMS being a prestigious university. Its faculty consists of highly qualified and experienced staff. It consists of 430 full-time faculty and 200 visiting faculty.

 

  1. Infrastructure

The infrastructure of NMIMS is one of its kind. Students have access to modern library with over 50,000 volumes, online databases and e-journals, well-equipped computer labs and 24×7 Wi-Fi access throughout the institute.

 

  1. Domestic as well as International educational visits

Students have the opportunity to go for Industrial Visits to understand the working of the industries and real company situations. This enables to get an insight into how an industry actually functions.

 

  1. Corporate exposure through management internships

Students can build leadership qualities, learn business practices, understand global markets through such internships. These internships are offered by companies which have tie-ups with NMIMS.

 

Ways to Crack GGSIPU CET BBA

GGSIPU CET is a common entrance test conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. GGSIPU CET is  conducted for admissions to Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor in Business Administration (Computer Aided Management) and Bachelor in Business Administration (Banking & Insurance).

Number of seats

The total number of seats vary programme and institute wise.

The paper will have four sections-

  • English Language & Comprehension
  • General Awareness
  • Logical and Analytical Ability
  • Communication Aptitude 

 

Marking Scheme: Each question will have four marks, and there will be a negative marking of one mark for incorrect answer

Ways to crack gsipu BBA test

  • Study planning and strategy:
    A plan is to be made as to how to study and strategize accordingly. It is necessary to start early and make monthly/weekly plans to cover the entire syllabus.
  • Mock tests:
    By giving Mock Tests one will get the hang of the actual paper. It is also necessary to give Mock tests in order to know the strengths and weaknesses. Doing detailed analysis will help in getting overall knowledge on what is done and what is yet to be done.
  • Comprehensive and revised study material:
    It is always necessary to have a comprehensive and revised study material for staying up to date with the latest questions and methods that come in the exam.
  • Performance evaluation at every step of preparation:
    It is always suggested to have a detailed performance evaluation. This can be done by giving regular mocks and revising all the subjects on daily basis. Main reason for doing performance evaluation is to know about the strengths and weaknesses.
  • Working on areas of difficulty:
    After performance evaluation is done prepare an action plan to improve the weak areas and also maintain a concept book to write the difficult questions and revise them regularly so as to have a hold on that particular type of questions
  • Speed is the key:
    Once the basic concepts are clear, the focused should be changed on solving the questions quickly and maintain the speed throughout the exam.
  • Don’t study 24/7:
    No matter where you go, quality is always preferred over quantity. A wise person might only study 2 to 4 hours a day & despite being involved into tons of other activities.  Identify the time of the day where you can study without any hindrances. The results might automatically start showing.

On D-day strategy:
Treat it just like any other day. Spend some time on revision and then head straight to the examination center. Avoid studying anything at the last moment. If you start getting nervous, just ask yourself will it help? Also, many candidates tend to get tired while answering a 3 hours paper. In such a situation, you can have an energy drink or a bar before the exam. Stay focused about the strategy you’re going to implement while solving the paper. Keep a mental image of your strategy in your mind and execute it as soon as you start the paper. Don’t dare to experiment or try something new during the paper. Stick to your plan and all will end well!  Words of wisdom- don’t get too excited if you find the paper set easy and also don’t panic if the paper is tough. There is a good chance that others may also find the paper either easy or the latter.

To know more about BBA:- Ways to Crack SET BBA Symbiosis Ways to crack Xaviers BBA Test How to Crack BBA Entrance Exams

Ways to Crack SET BBA Symbiosis

Time Management
Calculate the estimate time you give for preparations and divide it equally according to the syllabus. Set your time and try to resolve each issue within the prescribed time. Prepare an appropriate schedule for preparation according to your routine and include short breaks between longer study periods. Divide the preparation into several steps and complete them one by one.

Study Material & Previous Year Question Papers
Students can prepare for this examination by the study materials available in bookstores or on the Internet. Simulated tests are also a good way to prepare for the exam. Students can practice the simulator test and work on their hard points. Students can also practice exam questions documents from the previous year. This will help students understand the type of questions, the weighting of questions and the model of the exam.

Maintain Health
Good health is essential for good exam preparation. A healthy mind and body will help you focus on your studies. Take a nutritious diet at the time of preparation. Include fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet and avoid greasy and unwanted foods. Practice yoga and meditation, this will help students to better concentrate in the studies.

Syllabus of Symbiosis Entrance Test
There is no adequate program for the examination. Students should practice the questions in the above areas.

English

Out of 150 questions English carries 25 questions and the students can practice certain areas like

  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Dictionary meaning of different words
  • Correct grammar usage and their rules etc.

Quantitative Aptitude

It also carries 25 questions and the areas need attention are

  • Geometry
  • Algebra
  • Statistics

General Awareness

This section carries out 60 questions and students should know the current issues and events in

  • Business
  • Health
  • Legal Area etc.

Analytical and Logical Reasoning

This section carries 40 questions and the areas covering are

  • Coding and decoding
  • Data interpretation
  • Definitely true or false statements
  • Probably true or false statements etc.

Reference Books for Symbiosis Entrance Test

Some books which can be referred to are

  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by R.S. Agarwal
  • Mental Aptitude by Subhkamna Publications
  • Data Interpretation and Logical reasoning’ by Arun Sharma
  • NCERT of 9th to 12th standard

Study Plan for Symbiosis Entrance Test

Practical and practical is the shortcut to score high. They can practice with the text book of the same or can get the study material in net. They must learn to adjust time and resolve each issue within the prescribed time frame. The best way to prepare for the exam is by practicing the number of simulated tests and understanding the weak zone.

Ways to crack Xaviers BBA Test

BBA

Bachelor of Business administration is a Bachelor’s degree in management. It is designed to impart knowledge of various functional areas of Business organization and also their interconnections. Bachelor of Business administration is a combination of Management, Economics and Commerce subjects.

The BBA programme is divided into six semesters, each semester of six months.

A student will have the choice of selecting a specialization from the following domains of Management:

  1. Marketing Management
  2. Financial Management
  3. Human Resource Management

Ways to crack Xaviers BBA test

  • Short cut techniques using Vedic Math:
    Vedic Maths would help you improve your speed and accuracy in a given math problem. Short cuts will help increase the speed in solving a particular question.
  • Study planning and strategy:
    A plan is to be made as to how to study and strategize accordingly. It is necessary to start early and make monthly/weekly plans to cover the entire syllabus.
  • Mock BBA tests:
    It is necessary to give Mock tests in order to know the strengths and weaknesses. Doing detailed analysis will help in getting overall knowledge on what is done and what is yet to be done.
  • Comprehensive and revised study material:
    It is always necessary to have a comprehensive and revised study material for staying up to date with the latest questions and methods that come in the exam.
  • Performance evaluation at every step of preparation:
    It is always suggested to have a detailed performance evaluation. This can be done by giving regular mocks and revising all the subjects on daily basis. Main reason for doing performance evaluation is to know about the strengths and weaknesses.
  • Working on areas of difficulty:
    After performance evaluation is done prepare an action plan to improve the weak areas and also maintain a concept book to write the difficult questions and revise them regularly so as to have a hold on that particular type of questions
  • Speed is the key:
    Once the basic concepts are clear, the focused should be changed on solving the questions quickly and maintain the speed throughout the exam.
  • Don’t study 24/7:
    No matter where you go, quality is always preferred over quantity. A wise person might only study 2 to 4 hours a day & despite being involved into tons of other activities.  Identify the time of the day where you can study without any hindrances. The results might automatically start showing.
  • On D-day strategy:
    Treat it just like any other day. Spend some time on revision and then head straight to the examination center. Avoid studying anything at the last moment. If you start getting nervous,
     just ask yourself will it help? Also, many candidates tend to get tired while answering a 3 hours paper. In such a situation, you can have an energy drink or a bar before the exam. Stay focused about the strategy you’re going to implement while solving the paper. Keep a mental image of your strategy in your mind and execute it as soon as you start the paper. Don’t dare to experiment or try something new during the paper. Stick to your plan and all will end well!  Words of wisdom- don’t get too excited if you find the paper set easy and also don’t panic if the paper is tough. There is a good chance that others may also find the paper either easy or the latter.
BBA

5 Reasons to Pursue BBA In Marketing.

Marketing is a field where one can experiment with their own ideas unlike others. BBA in Marketing is a course which will help students in improving their management skills. They will study all about advertising, business mathematics, statistics, digital marketing and various other topics in this course.

Marketing is a broad concept. It has various job opportunities to help build a strong resume. Students learn different strategies during field trips and industrial visits. They will learn how to market the products in the market. They will learn about retail, logistics. Digital Marketing which is the next popular thing will help them broaden their horizon.

Following are the 5 reasons to pursue BBA in Marketing:

  1. Exposure to different industries:

Students who pursue marketing have chances of getting jobs in various industries and business sectors. They get acquainted with the new techniques opted by the executives in the industry. Tips and tricks to ace any project. To learn separate ways in which a company works.

  1. A field for the creative minds:

This course can be a beneficial factor for those who love creativity. Marketing is a field where you can experiment with your ideas according to the situations that occur in the company. It is a field where you can experiment with your ideas and customize the way you approach certain marketing situations.

  1. It has wider scope:

Marketing has a wider scope as compared to many other fields. It is a field which has various functions. It has sales, advertising, integrated marketing, digital marketing etc. Digital marketing is a field which will help you to update yourself with various digital techniques.

  1. A career that will always be in demand:

As said in the above point, marketing is an integral part of any company. A career in this field is not only secure but also a learning process. Career in digital marketing is at its best in the present business world. Digital marketing is all about using the digital platform to market your product, service and company.

  1. Opportunity to learn various concepts:

BBA in Marketing has concepts which act as a base for MBA in Marketing. Concepts are a very important factor, because if the concepts are not clear it can lead you to not having a clear idea about the whole aspect of the career as well as the course. Opportunities come along the way in the form of internship, field trips, events, & workshops.

Is Sales and Marketing the Same Thing?

Conclusion:

The above article was to guide the students who want to pursue BBA in Marketing. Students who have doubts about taking marketing and going in the said field. This article was all about the topics that one may find in the marketing course and reasons to pursue Bachelors’ of Business Administration in Marketing.

 

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