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'BFIA is a specialisation course in finance'

india Updated: May 19, 2010 01:24 IST
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Around 700 students attended the Open Day organised by Delhi University held at Deen Dayal Upadhayay College, Karampura on Tuesday. The teachers and the counselors were flooded with the questions. Some of the questions were:

If someone wants to apply in a college for sports, does he/she needs to fill the OMR form only or there are any other forms?
Go to the respective college and fill up the forms. All colleges do not offer same sports, so you have to go to different colleges and find out about their sports activities.

What is the difference between the syllabus for BA (Programme) and BA (H)?
BA (Programme) is a combination of different subjects whereas BA (H) is an intensive course allowing you to go in the depth of those subjects.

Can science students apply for BA (H) English?
Yes, they can. But the cut offs will go high for science as well as commerce students as compared to humanities.

Are BBS and BFIA equivalent?
No. Bachelor in Business Studies (BBS) is a regular three-year course. It allows you to do specialisation in the last year in HR, marketing or finance. Bachelor of Financial and Investment Analysis (BFIA) is a specialisation course in finance only. It will teach you finance from the very first year.