What is the scope of BBA aviation course? How much salary can I get in doing a job after studying BBA and MBA in aviation? If I got 80 % in BBA aviation, with good skills, Can I get better job? I was confused to study either B.Sc. (Agricultural) or BBA aviation. Which one is better?
- Harmanpreet asked 2 years ago
- last edited 8 months ago
Agriculture is a vast and diversified industry and includes all areas of farming, crops, horticulture, floriculture, sericulture, and manufacturing of agri-products such as all food products, cash crops and natural fibres, as well as the new fields of agri-business.
After doing your B.Sc in Agriculture, you can take up a wide variety of jobs. In the government sector, specialists in this field can be employed by the Central and state departments of agriculture. As agriculture is a state subject, graduates are recruited by the Department of Agriculture in states for development work with regard to crops, seeds, farm implements, and extension work with farmers at the block development level.
Coming back to your query I would say Agriculture and Aviation are two completely different fields. One is related to hospitality while other is a medical field. I have listed below a few career opportunities of both the streams. You can select the suitable option for you.
Career Options after BBA Aviation
- Credit Control Manager
- Manager – Aviation Industry
- Test Manager – Airline/Air Port
- Assistant Manager – Airline Insurance
- Deputy Manager – Airline Contracting
- Assist Manager – Recovery & Credit
- Branch Manager – Sales Operation
- Teacher & Lecturer
For more career options in Aviation, you can also check here.
Best of luck!
Aviation is an evergreen industry with huge opportunities.A career in the aviation field is considered glamorous and exciting because of the opportunities for travel.
Some of the jobs after BBA in Aviation are:
- Airport Operations.
- Aviation Security.
- Sales and Advertising.
- Marketing and Communications.
- Passenger Handling.
- Airport Management.
Commonly freshers earn about Rs. 8000 to 10,000 /month. With the increase in experience, individuals can earn as much as Rs. 12,000 to 18,000 /month. This goes up with experience. 🙂
After a degree in aviation, the following employers will be ready to recruit you:
- Aircraft manufacturers
- Aviation system planning firms
- Aviation-related small businesses
- Flight schools
- Higher education institutions
Hence the job prospects are high indeed.
You can find good opportunities after BSc in Agriculture in government organisations. So I suggest you go for Aviation to widen your job horizons. All the best 🙂
Find out your interest first. Since aviation and agriculture are entirely different areas so it is crucial what will make you happy. Aviation is glamorous and involves a lot of responsibility. Agriculture is on other hand evolving with a lot of opportunities in future. As food technology is also evolving very fast. Organic farming and scientific approach towards farming can create immense employment in near future.
I would also like to add that a lot of steps are being taken by the government these days to nurture young scientists in the field of seed technology. So, you can have a great career ahead as a Scientist and work towards the betterment of farmers. It is very satisfying career too.
Getting confused while deciding on career is a common thing. The best solution to come out of this dilemma is ask yourself why you want to do or pursue a particular course, May it BSc. Agriculture or Aviation. Is it for the money, scope it has or is it because you are geniunly interested in learning those things. If it’s just for money let it go.
If you are interested in both Agriculture and Aviation, still if you are unable to decide on which course to take, then I would suggest you go with BBA in Aviation. Because the scope and money both are good and according this article, there will be more than 1 Lakh job openings in near furture and also India is said to become an Aviation hub.
Hope this helps you 🙂
- Tayeeb Khan answered 7 months ago