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Direct Admission in BBA Colleges in Bangalore 2019

Most established universities and colleges in India now offer Bachelor’s in Business Administration course; BBA. Similar to an MBA, a BBA degree aims to provide an individual with knowledge of the several aspects of business such as product and distribution, sales and marketing, operations, human resources, financial management, international trade, and strategic planning.A BBA gives graduates the opportunity to be employed as entry-level employees in big corporations, including MNC’s.
More and more students these days prefer to enrol for a graduate program that gives them important skills they can implement right away in the workplace, rather than study an undergraduate program that is based on pure academics. This would explain why courses such as BBA have become popular with students who have cleared their 10+2.A full-time BBA degree is for three years, while part-time BBA programs typically run for four years.
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List of BBA Colleges:

  1. Christ University
  2. Mount Carmel College
  3. St Joseph’s College of Commerce
  4. St Joseph’s College of Business Administration
  5. Center for Management Studies – Jain University
  6. PES College of Management
  7. Alliance School of Business
  8. MS Ramaiah College of Arts – Science and Commerce
  9. Dayananda Sagar University
  10. Acharya School of Management

List of Law Colleges:

  1. Christ University
  2. M.S Ramaiah College of Law
  3. PES University
  4. Alliance School of Law
  5. St Joseph’s College
  6. BMS College of Law
  7. Dayanada Sagar Institution
  8. KLE Society ‘s Law College

List of B.Com Colleges:

  1. Christ University
  2. Mount Carmel College
  3. M.S Ramaiah College of Arts, Science & Commerce 
  4. St Joseph’s College of Commerce
  5. BMS College of Commerce and Management
  6. Jain University 
  7. Alliance University 

Direct Admission in Law Colleges in Bangalore 2019

We can divide the law courses available in India in the following manner:Under-graduate: This is a a three year LLB degree, which you can do after your graduation (ie, after BA/BSc/Btech/Bcom). Remember LLB is the second undergraduate degree (often considered as a professional degree) and not a post-graduate degree.Integrated law: There are 5 years integrated law courses that you do directly after +2. You can choose from BA.LL.B/BBA LLB/BCom. LLB/BSc LLB and even some colleges offer 6 years Btech LLB degree). This way you would be able to save 1 year.

  • Most universities chose English as the medium of instruction for the 3 years and 5-year course.
  • For the 3 year course, students have to take 28 subjects in all, which includes 18 compulsory subjects, 4 clinical subjects and 6 optional papers.
  • For the 5 year course, students have to take 36 subjects, which include 18 compulsory papers,4 clinical subjects, 6 optional papers and 8 subjects in the specialized course, however, if a student has taken courses from multiple groups then honours can be awarded in general law.
  • Completing an internship of 12 weeks for the three-year course and 20 weeks for the 5 years course is compulsory in order to complete the degree.

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Direct Admission in B.Com Colleges in Bangalore 2019

BCom or Bachelor of Commerce is a three-year under graduate course imparted in regular as well as distance education mode. BCom is the second most popular under graduate course for in the Commerce branch. In the BCom course, candidates are taught core subjects related to commerce and finance. In the three-year duration, the candidates are given options to choose from a few elective subjects too. The programme is usually spread over six semesters during which the student is taught topics like financial accounting, corporate tax, economics, company law, auditing, business management, etc.BCom is the best option for students who want to make a career in commerce, accounting, finance, banking and insurance. BCom is also ideal for those who wish to pursue Chartered Accountancy, Cost Accounting and Company Secretaryship.

The candidate must have studied Commerce in class 11 and 12 with Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Maths/optional subject and English as main subjects.

The candidate must meet the minimum cut-off criteria for admission to the college applied to.

The minimum cut off marks criteria may be different in each college/university’s as it is subject to the college/university’s own admission criteria for that year.

Factors influencing the minimum cut off marks for B(Com) admission are, total percentage of candidates passing in Commerce in boards, highest score in Commerce, average score in Commerce, minimum cut off marks of previous year, etc.

B.Com Subjects:

  • Acoountancy
  • Cost Account
  • Statiscts
  • Managemnt
  • Human Resoures
  • Computer
  • Economics
  • Englosg
  • Law
  • Marketing
  • Fiance

B.Com Speciality Area:

  • Banks
  • Budget Planning Bodies
  • Businesses Consultations
  • Educational Institutes
  • Foreign Trade Center
  • Industrial Houses
  • Investment Baking Sectors
  • Marketing Companies
  • Merchant banking Centres
  • Public Accountiing Firm

B.Com Top Recruiters:

  • SBI
  • Punjab National Bank
  • ICICI Bank
  • Citibank
  • HDFC
  • PricewaterHouse Cooper
  • RBS
  • Deloitte
  • Ernest & Young
  • LIC
  • HDFC Life
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