8th August 2012, 06:27 PM
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Can I get admission in BBA after scoring 55.5% marks in PCM

I have got 55.5 percent marks in PCM ..............so i can get admmission in BBA

12th September 2012, 06:13 PM
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YES,Science Stream Student can take admission in Bachelor of Business Administration as they are eligible for doing this course.

Bachelor of Business Administration is 3 years Degree course in Business Management.

In BBA students learn functional area of management.

you will find Subjects like given below in BBA which will help you to understand the Business Environment or Scenario.

Business Organisation
Business Communication Skills
Business Accounting
Business Economics
Business Mathematics
Principles of Managements
Principles of Marketing
Principles of Finance
Basics of Cost Accounting
Business Laws
Human Resource Management &
Organisation Behaviors

There are various Universities / Institutions in India which offer this course.

Some institutes admit students on Merit Basis whereas Some of Reputed Institution/universities offers the course after student qualify their Entrance Examination for admitting candidates into their courses.However minimum eligibility of the course is 10+2 From recognized Board.

If you wish to do BBA from Good and Reputed Institution please sit for Entrance Examination for which you will find your self eligible as the marks in 12th expected from student is different by different Institutions.

Minimum Eligibility for applying in the Entrance Examination

50% to 60% marks in 10+2 or equivalent qualification.

Some Important Entrance Examination for BBA

Delhi University BBA Examination - DU - JEE

Entrance Exams consist Question on English, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and on Reasoning.
16th December 2012, 04:52 PM
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17th December 2012, 08:04 PM
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Hello Friend ,
Yes , you can get admission after scoring 55.5% marks in PCM( Physics,chmistry,Biology).
BBA(Bachelor of Business Administration) is a grduation level course which incudes the field of Business Administration.The duration of this course is 3 years.
Minimum Eligibility criteria for BBA program:
1.Passing +2 (Arts/Science/Commerce) or any equivalent with minimum 40% marks in any recognized college/University.
2.English should be one of the subject.
3.The age bar is 17 to 22.
so,you are eligible for the BBA program.
After BBA you should have join the post graduation course like MBA(Master of Business Administration).The Govt./Private jobs are also available for the BBA graduates.
So,All The Best.
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10th April 2014, 01:30 PM
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which course is good for me to get a good college which gives me a job after securin 82% in pcm i am not intrested in engeenering
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