Best courses for commerce students offered by Delhi University
The University of Delhi, established in 1922, is one of the most renowned universities in the country.
It offers a range of courses, including some of the best courses for students from the commerce stream.
Here are best DU courses for commerce students.
List of best DU courses for commerce students
BCom is one of the most widely picked courses
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) is one of the most popular undergraduate courses. It covers commerce, finance, business, and related fields. It provides a strong foundation for higher courses like Chartered Accountancy, ICWA, Company Secretaryship, etc.
Delhi University offers the BCom (Pass) and advanced BCom (Hons.) courses.
The selection for both the courses is merit-based; BCom (Hons.) applicants must have passed Mathematics in Class 12.
Delhi University's BBA in Financial Investment Analysis course
Bachelor of Business Administration in Financial Investment Analysis offered by the Delhi University is one of the most sought-after undergraduate courses.
Students interested in pursuing a career in business management while also focusing on finance can opt for this course.
Applicants with at least 60% score in Class 12 are eligible. DU selects students for BBA (FIA) through Joint Admission Test (JAT) entrance.
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Bachelor of Management Studies is another interesting option
Delhi University also offers the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) course at the undergraduate level and is one of the most popular ones in the commerce stream.
BMS is a four-year Honors degree covering business subjects like management, business, accounting, marketing, etc.
Students with a minimum score of 60% in Class 12 can apply. For BMS, also, students are admitted based on JAT selection.
Bachelor of Business Studies, another undergraduate commerce course by DU
The Bachelor of Business Studies or BBS is a three-year undergraduate degree course that helps students in developing academic knowledge of business, finance, and related subjects like accountancy, marketing, organizational studies, economics, etc.
Students with at least 60% score in their Class 12 (or equivalent) can apply. Admission to this course is done on the basis of the entrance exam conducted by DU.
DU also offers BA in Marketing Management and Retail Business
The Bachelor of Arts (Marketing Management and Retail Business) offered by DU is a three-year vocational course.
Retail management is a growing sector in marketing. The course, which includes marketing, retail business/marketing/management, business communication, macroeconomics, is useful for those aspiring to build a career in the retail industry.
Applicants must have passed 10+2 from any recognized board. Admission to the course is cutoff-based.
DU's BA (Hons.) in Journalism is one of best courses
The Delhi University offers BA (Hons.) in Journalism, which is a three-year program, is one of the courses in high demand.
It is a popular job-oriented course that deals with print, electronic, and online news, advertising, and entertainment media.
Students with at least 45% in Class 12 (or equivalent) are eligible to apply. Admission is based on the cutoff released by DU every year.
Job prospect after B.Sc Anthropology from DU?
Asked on 19-05-2018 by Nanditha IR
Answered by NewsBytes
In India, there are quite a few job opportunities for the students of anthropology. They have the option of teaching in educational institutes to other students of Anthropology. Anthropological Survey of India is also a major recruiter for anthropologists in the country, both at the center and at the state levels. There are also many government research institutes which employ anthropologists in India.
Should we prepare for Jat exam even if our percentage is 94 for BBA course? And what all to prepare for the exam?
Asked on 19-05-2018 by Rita Mankani
Answered by NewsBytes
Selection to BBA(FIA) and BMS course in DU will be based on the rank computed from the combined weighted average of percentage scored in the All India Joint Entrance Test and the percentage scored in the qualifying examination where the weights are: Entrance Test: 65%, Qualifying Examination: 35%. Entrance test (Pg.No.35)consists of: Quantitative Ability, Reasoning and Analytical Ability, General English Business and General Awareness.
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