BBA Scope in Govt Sector

In this blog, we are going to discuss BBA a prominent bachelor’s degree which offers a plethora of career opportunities in the government sector. For gathering all the information about the BBA course and its scope in the government sector read this blog till its end.  

Achieving a job in the government sector is a dream for many. There are multiple benefits of a government job in India. The government sector provides a secure job along with high remunerations.  Several other benefits are also offered to employees in this sector. For achieving a government job students will need to qualify for the competitive exams. However, it is also essential to pursue a degree that can open doors for career opportunities in the government sector. 

About BBA Course

BBA stands for Bachelor of Business Administration. It is three years under graduation course which is designed for assisting students to acquire the necessary skills needed for managing a business. While pursuing this course, students will gain a wide range of business-related knowledge and skills. The BBA course aims at preparing professionals, who are capable of solving business-related issues, managing businesses, and are aware of the business world.

The curriculum of the BBA course is frequently updated according to the trends and demands of the industry. It provides students with ample industrial exposure and training which prepares them for the business world. The BBA course also has varieties of specialization that helps the students in becoming expert in a specific area. Below named are some of the popular specializations of the BBA course. 

  • Accounting 
  • Finance
  • Digital Marketing 
  • Healthcare
  • Marketing 
  • Human Resource Management 

The specialization chosen by the students will determine their field of work. After pursuing the BBA course, graduates can either find employment in the private or government sector. Below written is the information about the government jobs after the BBA course. 

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BBA Scope in Government Sector 

Banking Sector 

There are various government banks that provide jobs to BBA graduates. These banks generally recruit candidates for Provisional Officers (PO) and clerks posts by conducting exams through online mode. SBI (State Bank of India) conducts its exam separately to recruit candidates for Provisional Officers (PO) and clerks posts. All government banks in India except, SBI recruits candidates through IBPS- Institute of Banking Personnel Selection.

IBPS conducts two assessments every year namely IBPS clerk and IBPS PO. The selection process for the IBPS exam includes a preliminary written exam followed by a mains exam and a personal interview. No personal interview is conducted for the clerical post recruitment.

The syllabus of the written exam includes subjects like numerical ability, general English, reasoning, general awareness, computer knowledge, and marketing aptitude. Nowadays, the banks have also started recruiting candidates for the post of Specialist Officer (SO) in different fields like management, finance, and marketing. 

Civil Service Exam

After completing the BBA course, graduates can apply for the IAS and IPS position posts. For these posts, candidates will need to qualify for the civil service exam conducted by UPSC- Union Public Service Commission. BBA graduates are good for administrative services as they have already studied administration in their graduation.

The UPSC exam consists of a total of three stages namely the Preliminary exam, the Main exam, and the interview. In the mains exam, there is a list of optional subjects and candidates will need to select one of them as per their expertise. BBA graduates can choose the subjects like commerce and accountancy, public administration, management, economics, and statistics.  

Police Sub Inspector Job

This a great job option for BBA graduates. For this job post, candidates will need to qualify for the entrance exam conducted by SSC- Staff Selection Commission. This exam consists of a written test which will examine the knowledge of the candidates. The written test consists of subjects like general knowledge, reasoning, and English. Further, candidates are selected as per their merit. To appear for this exam, students will need to fulfill the eligibility criteria as written below: 

  • Candidates should be Indians 
  • The height of the male applicant should be at least 157 cm 
  • The height of the female applicant should be at least 152 cm 
BBA Scope in Govt Sector

Defense Services 

Joining the armed force will provide you the opportunity to serve your beloved nation. After BBA, candidates can join defense services like Indian Navy, Indian Army, and Indian Air Force. For joining the defense services, candidates will need to qualify for the CDS (Combined Defense Service) entrance examination or the SSC (Staff Selection Commission) entrance examination. Selections of candidates are done on the basis of their performance in the entrance exam. 

Other Government Sector Jobs 

Various PSUs and government departments other than banks recruit BBA graduates for different business and commerce-related operations such as Accounting, Business Development, Finance, Marketing, Tourism Management, Real estate, etc. Some of the PSU and government departments that recruit BBA graduates are named below: 

  • MTNL- Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited
  • SAIL- Steel Authority of India Limited
  • GAIL- Gas Authority of India Limited
  • ISRO- Indian Space Research Organization
  • DRDO- Defense Research and Development Organization
  • BHEL- Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited
  • ONGC- Oil and Natural Gas Corporation
  • NTPC- National Thermal Power Corporation Limited

For getting recruited at the aforementioned departments, candidates will need to qualify for the entrance exam and interview conducted by these departments individually. Getting recruited in the government sector can provide you with a bright and secure future. We hope this blog on BBA Scope in Government Sector has helped you to gather the necessary facts and information. 

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