Both BBA and BCA are the graduate degrees in the streams of Business Administration and Computer Applications respectively. These degrees are definitely better than ordinary graduation - degrees such as B.A or B.Com since in the former case, the aspirants get specialised skills which can be conveniently updated in the higher levels by persuing either MBA or MCA course.
Despite the fact the said courses are specialised in nature, the aspirants can take up all the competitive examinations such Probationary Officers Examination conducted by both Nationlised banks or the private ones such as ICICI, Axis Bank, Kotak Mahindra etc.
You can appear for the Civil Services or for its allied services.
You can appear for the job of clerical nature in the different organisations such as Banks, LIC, Railways, jobs in the State - government etc.
These are general prospects of either BBA or BCA degree.
Let me clarify your doubt being raised by you -
A commerce student can definitely choose the BBA course for the advanced knowledge in the domain of Finance and Accountancy since such a cirricula has been included in their courses of studies. It would be even better than the prevailing degree of B.Com because of wide coverage of the former course.
Being a BBA, you can join as Management - trainee ( Administration) in the different Public Sectors such as SAIL, DVC, ONGC, NTPC etc provided you have passed out with minimum of 60 percent marks from a reputed college and the university is recognised from UGC.
If you join as an Accounts Trainee in some private organisation, it would be better to pass some more departmental examination or you need to acquire an MBA degree from a reputed institution for your faster growth.
A degree in JITS would certainly be better than Kolhan University because of good reputation of the former one.