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    • July 17, 2018
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    BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) has been acting as bait for aspirants who want to make a career in the business world. While some may feel a bit dicey about enrolling in BBA, the ones who have a clear vision of attaining managerial positions or commencing their business, fearlessly choose this field. Although the path of BBA is not as easy as it may seem. You will have to face a dozen of difficulties if you limit your learning to books and cramming notes. As a result, your future in BBA Entrepreneurship might not go ahead as you thought. BBA as a subject requires way more than just mugging up notes and reading stuff, it is a practical subject and requires a person to have a practical view of the industry.
    Being a business professional is no big deal nowadays, you can look around and find people with the same education and the same degrees. But what makes a difference is having managerial skills and experience in the field.

    What is BBA?

    Bachelors in Business Administration (BBA) is a type of Management course at an undergraduate level which regardless of specialization, will provide a student with conceptual, theoretical, and practical knowledge in various aspects of the business. It is a 3-year course. The students in this field get practical exposure in their training.

    Some institutes provide a 5-year integrated course which includes BBA+MBA and the Indian Institute of Management is the first among all the IIMs to introduce it.

    The Indian economy has seen a rise in a few decades and so has many business industries. As business companies grow and establish, they require more skilled and trained employees. BBA as a course has seen a lot of growth, with more and more people applying for it in various colleges. Now more than 500 universities and colleges offer BBA as a course in India.

    This degree is designed to provide a broad knowledge of the functional aspects of a company and their interconnection. It also allows specialization in a particular area. The programs expose students to a variety of “core subjects” and also allow students to specialize in a specific academic area. The degree also develops the student’s practical, managerial, and communication skills, and business decision-making capability. Many programs incorporate training and practical experience, in the form of case projects, presentations, internships, industrial visits, and interaction with experts from the industry.

    Skills that can help you excel as a BBA graduate 

    • Broad business understanding

    While pursuing BBA, you will possess a deep and thorough understanding of the business as a whole. Moreover, you will have an improved understanding of the roles and duties of entrepreneurship in the economy. Thus, when you graduate with a broad understanding of how a business operates, you will eventually rank high on the employers’ list.
    To widen your horizon, you can also read books like The Effective Executive, Good to Great, Giants of Enterprise, and so forth.

    • Performance overpressure

    No wonder there are extreme pressure circumstances in nearly every field. The business world is considered eminent for the regular happening of these situations. Does it scare you?
    Well, don’t get cold feet. When you enroll in a BBA program, you will have endless opportunities to gain confidence in this area as you will constantly be dealing with remaining level-headed to make rational judgments and decisions.
    Also, you learn to prioritize your work which will again help you to keep your performance intact even under pressure.

    • Strong foot in finance and economics

    This ‘hard skill’ is another important spotlight of business degree programs. Every organization relies on business professionals to make both short and long-term decisions that affect the prosperity of the venture.
    Being an aspirant of a business entrepreneurship course, you will have the edge over this aspect. You will learn different concepts of Finance & Economics and how it relates both to society and the marketplace. Possessing this skill will help you in crafting effective strategies.

    • Connect and reconnect

    Networking skills for business students are as important as water for survival. Why? Because the business world requires interaction with peers as much as possible. Some organizations also entertain activities to encourage networking.

    Not formally taught but networking skills are a valuable asset in the business environment as the ability to make valuable contacts, maintain contacts, and know when to use the contacts is important in business.
    BBA is said to be the stepping stone to enter into the business world. You can further go for an MBA in this field to claim the ultimate knowledge of the business. Just follow the key route of skills, and you will find yourself thriving in the corporate world.

    • Read as much as you can

    As a future manager or businessman, make it a habit to read newspapers and business magazines daily. Read novels and autobiographies of successful entrepreneurs. If you are too busy, just read a page or two every day. This will not only broaden up your knowledge but also motivate you to work harder.

    • Work on your personality

    No matter how good your CV is, you cannot get through the internship interview without a good personality. Management requires you to be able to sell the journey that begins with selling ‘yourself’, which requires one to be presentable. Work on your communication skills, develop a positive attitude, improve your body language, and focus on becoming a better person. Good management skills are as important as a charming personality and mesmerizing communication skills.
    Watch this video to get a better insight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=GUtEeWPW37c

    • Do you want to pursue an MBA?

    If you have made up your mind to pursue an MBA post your bachelor’s degree, focus on getting an internship in a related field. For example, if you are looking to pursue an MBA degree in finance, opt for an internship where the job responsibility revolves around the nitty-gritty of finance management. This will help you deal with real experiences and take a step ahead towards your career goal. It is a good option to take up an MBA after BBA as it will give you more field experience and will help you to get a better insight into the industry.
    Need to know more why you should pursue an MBA watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=rF5-eU6YvX4

    Importance of industry internships for BBA students

    The internship is a critical part of the BBA course as students now prefer opting for a professional course that will provide them with relevant practical knowledge in form of internships and will groom them for their final placements.

    Internships are extremely important in today’s world to give the students a practical view of the industry, especially for highly-sought fields such as business administration and management. Most of the companies are on a look-out for highly motivated candidates who do not just stick to the office settings but are ready to explore all sorts of opportunities within the organization. Internships are offered by a majority of professional BBA colleges in India to help students gain clarity on the corporate environment and constructive direction on which functional areas interest them more.

    Today the corporate world is looking for young BBA management graduates who are not only equipped with the theoretical knowledge of business principles, the students are exposed to various practical learning, industrial visits, and exposure in the form of live projects during their three-year course. Many companies take BBA fresher graduates as trainees as well.