Bachelor of Business Administration

All Students enrolled in the Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce are  required to follow a common curriculum in the first two years of the study. This is  intended to provide the core business knowledge by teaching basic concepts in all  functional areas of business. This also gives students an opportunity to make a better  informed choice of the area of concentration in the last two years of degree program.  From third year the students are allowed to select their own field of specialisation  subject to a restriction of minimum of 10% and maximum of 40% of the total number  of students to each areas of specialisation.


Considering the performance in the First and Second Year Examinations pertaining  in the relevant field, this will be imposed with the support of their performance in the  first two years related to a field of specialisation.

Special

Accounting

This programme has been designed to provide necessary knowledge, skills, and  training for analysing business and organisational activities from accounting  perspective, reporting about business/ economic affairs to necessary stake holders,  and participating in strategic and control processes in organizations.

Financial Management

This programme has been designed to provide necessary knowledge, skills, and
training for analysing business and organizational activities from financial
perspective and understanding wide ranging implications and opportunities arising
from on-going process in financial and overall management integration.

Human Resource Management

This programme has been designed to provide necessary knowledge, skills, and
training on the human resource profile towards analysing its problems for managing
and developing human resource within organization from a strategic perspective.

Marketing

This programme has been designed to provide necessary knowledge, skills, and
training to identify marketing opportunities and to capitalize those for the betterment
of organization, customers, and society as a whole by integrating and leading all
relevant parties within and outside the organization.