Bachelor Of Business Administration (BBA)

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  • Bachelor Of Business Administration (BBA)


Value Added Courses are spread across three years to make every student a better individual, a better professional.

BBA I Year Self Analysis Dressing & Etiquette Leadership & Teamwork Creativity & Innovation
BBA II Year Honesty & Work Ethic E-mail & Social Media Etiquette Presentation Skills MS Office Suite
BBA III Year Preparation for Interview Workplace Etiquette Negotiation & Problem Solving Networking Skills
VAS 1: Banking & Finance Introduction to Banking & Lending Products KYC Norms & Loan Documentation Introduction to Securities Market Credit Analysis & Risk Management
VAS 2: Retail Management Visual Merchandising Management Processing the Sale of Products Managing and Fulfilling Customer Needs Monitoring & Solving Customer Problems
VAS 3: Digital Marketing & E-Commerce Digital Marketing Overview Search Engine Optimization Social Media Marketing E-tailing
VAS 4: Human Resource Management Changing Role of HRM Maintaining & Enhancing Capabilities Induction & Training Programs Best Practices in HRM
VAS 5: Data Analytics Data Visualization Data Management Data Analytics Social Media Data Analytics
VAS 6: Aviation Passenger Reservation Safety and Security Procedures Check-In and Boarding Handling Lounge Services and Customer Complaints
VAS 7: Hospitality Room Reservation and Allotment Achieving Guest Satisfaction Invoice / Billing Interacting with Superiors and Colleagues


After completing the BBA course the students would be able to:

PSO1: Develop high quality education in management
PSO2: Enable students to become competitive by providing innovative Pedagogical techniques, computer applications, group activities and presentations, class discussions and e-learning within the classroom
PSO3: Prepare the students to get foundation in management, technology and entrepreneurship.
PSO4: Provide a solid foundation for the students to pursue professional careers, indulge in entrepreneurial activities and take up higher learning courses.