- BBA -------- 240
- B.Com ------ 200
Program Objectives & Course objectives
Managerial Communication, Accounting for managers
, Organization Behaviour, Managerial Economics,
Business mathematics and Statistics, Information
technology for Business, Business perspectives
, Research Methodology and Technical writing
, Financial Management , Production and operation
management , Human Resource Management , Marketing
Management , Quantitative Techniques and Operation
Research , Legal aspects of Business , Entrepreneurship
Development , Business Ethics and corporate
governance , Strategic Management , International
Specialization stream courses
1. Agri - Business Management.
5. Human Resource Management.
7. Insurance & Risk Management.
8. International Business.
Management of NGOs & NPOs
10. Manufacturing Management.
13. Event & Media Management.
14. Rural Management.
High Tech Learning
The Campus is having wi-fi facility wherein
the students can use their laptop any where
in the campus. Internet facility is available
on these machines.
The High tech digital classroom has the capability
of saving the discussion points written on the
digital board. This will help the students to
look into the lessons whenever they feel like.
In fact it will help them to interact with faculty
for any clarification or further discussion
on the subject. Many of the latest information
is also fed on the system for students to get
Training Project: (Internship)
After second semester, as a part of the program,
students go through interactive & on-shore
training project for eight to ten weeks in an
industrial, business or a service Organization.
The training will be under the supervision of
faculty/industry/institution guide. The student
submits a project report to the Organization
on the study undertaken by him. This will give
an opportunity for the students to interact
with industry executives of all related departments,
which will bring out their intrinsic skills
and identify their own strong capability for
nurturing. This will also help them to understand
how a project report is made in real life.
Will commence in the III semester, is of 12
credits, which is equivalent to 2 elective courses.
Thus the choice of topic and depth of the subjects
are significant keeping in view the weightage
workload and learning experience. Students are
encouraged to choose a topic for dissertation
in their areas of specializations. In this process
student will be concentrating on his area of