The criteria of selection of students in the BBA FIA programme on the basis of the combined assessment of an entrance exam and board examinations in Delhi University, often leaves the aspirants confused. Du beat in an attempt to resolve that here provides a detailed description of the selection process and what the course entails.
How do you take admission in this course?
To take admission in this course, students are required to give a DU JAT exam by Delhi University. This is usually conducted in June but was delayed due to COVID this year. The DU JAT entrance exam is an abbreviation for Delhi University Joint Admission Test. The DU JAT is designed to test your quantitative ability, Reasoning, and Analytical Ability, General English, and Business and General Awareness.
65% weightage is given to the DUJAT exam and 35% to the result of the board examination. The other requirement includes the addition of mathematics as a mandatory subject in your best of four score.
What is the course structure like?
The course includes Financial Accounting & Analysis and Managerial Economics in the first semester. The second semester includes Business Communication, Statistics for Business Decisions, and Cost & Management Accounting. The third semester comprises Income Tax, Corporate Finance, and Financial Markets & Institutions. The fourth semester includes Macro Economics, Quantitative Techniques and
Financial Econometrics. The last two semesters include Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management Financial Derivatives, Corporate Restructuring, and International Finance.
What are the Colleges that offer this course?
The two colleges that offer this course are Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies and Shaheed Rajguru College.
What are the Career Options after BBA (FIA)?
After pursuing BBA (FIA), one can do Project Management, Enterprise Management, Human Resource Management and Development, Customer Management, Data Management, and System Analysis, and Financial Management.
What do students have to say about the course?
“I decided to pursue BBA(FIA) in 2019 and the curriculum has helped me to enhance my knowledge and skills about the financial world. As a core finance course, it exposes you to various statistical, quantitative, and econometric tools as well as techniques used for financial analysis.”Kartikay Kashyap, Second year student at SSCBC
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