Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a comprehensive three year (six semesters) undergraduate program.

A program designed to give students thorough knowledge bases in the principles and practices of business management. Typically, students focus on concentration areas such as finance, economics, accounting, computer information delivery systems, or global practices. Holding a BBA gives students solid foundations in the understanding of business, as well as the critical, analytical, and strategic thinking skills necessary to take any management role in an organization.


Graduates holding Bachelor in Business Administration degrees are well trained to embark on multiple career paths as you learn about the fundamentals of management and business that will make you a wholesome professional and set you up for success.

These programs are designed to prepare students for employment positions in the private and public sectors. Employers may hire you as sales managers, department heads, operation managers, cost estimators, or you may also opt to use your skills to become an entrepreneur.

Academic Overview

Core Subjects24
Experiential Learning18

Course Highlights

  • The curriculum is designed by industry experts and is updated at regular intervals
  • Personalized mentorship programs are provided by top industry leaders.
  • Portfolio building with real-world industry projects.
  • Hands-on and immersive learning experience.
  • Personalized guidance by student success managers.

List Of Papers

Core Subjects

Financial Accounting-I 

Principles of Management 

Business Environment 

Business Decision Theories 

Management of Services 

Financial Accounting-II 

Management Information System 

Financial Accounting-Ill 

Cost Accounting 

Disaster Management 

Quantitative Techniques 

Commercial Law 

Organizational Behaviour 

Management Accounting 

Company Law 

Business Statistics-I 

Tax Management-I 

Business Research Methods/Project Management 

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management 

Business Statistics-II 

Tax Management-II 

Business Policy /Project Report 

Marketing Management

Elective I: Principles of Marketing 

Elective II: Rural Marketing and Consumer Behaviour

Elective III:  Advertising 

Elective IV: Retail and Supply Chain Management 

Human Resource Management

Elective I: Human Resource Management  

Elective II: Human Resource Development 

Elective III: Performance Appraisal and Compensation Management 

Elective IV: Employee Empowerment and Industrial Relations 

Financial Management

Elective I: Financial Management

Elective II: Working Capital Management 

Elective III:  Financial Services 

Elective IV: Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

Tourism Management

Elective I: Fundamentals of Tourism

Elective II: Tourism Planning and Organisation

Elective III: Tourism Management

Elective IV: Tourism Marketing

Banking and Insurance

Elective I: Indian Banking System

Elective II: Banking Information Technology

Elective III: Principles of Insurance

Elective IV: General Insurance