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Academics

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Course Structure - Three Years Bachelor Of Businss Administration Programme

SEMESTER – I
BBA-101: Business Organisation
BBA-102: Business Mathematics
BBA-103: Principles of Economics
BBA-104: Book Keeping and Basic Accounting
BBA-105: Business Laws
BBA-106: Fundamentals of Management
BBA-107: Business Ethics

SEMESTER – II
BBA-201: Organisation Behaviour
BBA-202: Business Communication
BBA-203: Indian Economy
BBA-204: Business Statistics
BBA-205: Business Environment
BBA-206: Principles of Accounting

SEMESTER – III
BBA-301: Advertising Management
BBA-302: Indian Banking System
BBA-303: Human Resource Management
BBA-304: Marketing Management
BBA-305: Company Accounts
BBA-306: Company Law

SEMESTER – IV
BBA-401: Consumer Behaviour
BBA-402: Financial Management
BBA-403: Production Management
BBA-404: Sales Management
BBA-405: Research Methodology
BBA-406: Operation Research

SEMESTER – V
BBA-501: Managerial Economics
BBA-502: Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management
BBA-503: Income Tax
BBA-504: Cost and Management Accounting
BBA-505: Industrial Law
BBA-506: Fundamentals of Computer

SEMESTER – VI
BBA-601: International Trade
BBA-602: Strategic Management & Business Policy
BBA-603: Vat & Service Tax
BBA-604: Management Information System
BBA-605: Auditing
BBA-606: Fundamental of E-Commerce

QUALIFYING PAPER
BBA-008: Environmental Studies.



WHY BBA

BBA students have a variety of career options in the world of business and corporate management. There are an ample number of recruiters who are always looking for BBA graduates. These recruiters provide great opportunities to place the students in managerial roles.
For young aspirants who wish to become a successful entrepreneur in the today’s challenging and competitive world, BBA provides them an accurate direction following which they can successfully run and expand their family business.
BBA can be considered as a stepping stone to MBA. BBA graduates face less hurdles while pursuing a higher degree in management compared to a student from another course. They can opt for MBA or PGDM.

Some of the well-known areas where a BBA graduate can look for employment are:
  • Banks
  • Marketing Organizations
  • Educational Institutes
  • Business Consultancies
  • Multinational Companies
  • Financial Organizations
  • Export Companies