B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce) or BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration), which is the course I should take up? It’s one of the most common tertiary education questions we field. The more traditional B.Com is giving way to BBA as the economy changes and the demand of trained business administration professionals sees an upswing. As BBA emerges as an important course option to pursue after completing your 10+2, an unfortunate lack of proper information has left a lot of students confused, leaving them to make misguided decisions. Since the final choice rests with the student, here’s some information to help clarify their doubts. What is BBA? The BBA course, a three-year undergraduate degree, focuses highly on developing business skills. Theoretical education is backed by practical experience which may include summer internships, industry visits, presentations, and case studies. With an aim to foster future leadership and entrepreneurial ability, the syllabus of the B
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A student who has slight interest in technical and IT areas is confused about what to opt between Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA) and Bachelor in Technology (B.Tech) . Though the two aren’t really comparable as one is an engineering course and the other is a degree course, yet with the growing demand of BCA and the increase in private engineering institutes, students do come up with queries like should they do BCA or B Tech. We have tried our best to clear the doubts of such students by doing a comparative study of the BCA vs. B.Tech . What is BCA? Syllabus of the three-year BCA course includes subjects involving computer languages, database management, operations systems, logical analysis, and software design and client server technology. Several universities offer this 3 years undergraduate course across India. Scope The most logical step after the BCA course is to pursue an MCA. Alternatively, you may look into jobs in the IT sector or related fields.
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What is Electrical Engineering? ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IS THE STUDY OF · Problems associated with large scale electrical systems such as generation, transmission, distribution and utilisation of electrical power. · Design of electrical machines like motor, generator and transformer. · Research and development of transmitting electrical power through mechanical objects and finding ways of storing the energy. · Deals with electrical appliances and their control. · Application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. · Conversion between AC and DC power. · Generation of electricity by different means like hydro, thermal, solar power, tidal energy etc · Finding different ways for energy saving in industrial lighting. · Application of electrical energy to mechanical energy conversion and vice versa. What will you study in Electrical Engineering? You will be studying followin