Courses offered

BBA- Bachelor of Business Administration

Faculty Members (Department of BBA)


Rajni Thakur BBA, MBA, UGC NET in Management

Assistant Professor

Teaching Experience – More than 2 Years


Dr. Ravi Kumar, Assistant Professor, MBA, Ph.D (Management Studies)


Ms. Bharti, Assistant Professor, M.Com, UGC-NET, SLET)

Objectives and Learning Outcomes

The objectives and learning outcomes of a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) course typically revolve around providing students with a comprehensive understanding of various aspects of business management and administration. Overall, the objectives and learning outcomes of a BBA course are designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to succeed in diverse business environments, whether they choose to pursue careers in corporate management, entrepreneurship, consulting, or other related fields.

  1. Foundational Knowledge: The BBA curriculum aims to provide students with a solid foundation in core business disciplines such as accounting, finance, marketing, management, operations, economics, and business law. This helps them understand the fundamental principles that govern business operations.
  2. Analytical Skills: BBA programs emphasize the development of analytical and critical thinking skills. Students learn to analyze complex business problems, evaluate alternative solutions, and make data-driven decisions. They also develop skills in quantitative methods and statistical analysis to support decision-making processes.
  3. Communication Skills: Effective communication is crucial in the business world. BBA courses focus on enhancing students’ written and verbal communication skills, including presentation skills, negotiation skills, and interpersonal communication skills. This enables them to convey ideas clearly, collaborate with team members, and interact with clients and stakeholders effectively.
  4. Leadership and Management Skills: BBA programs aim to cultivate leadership and management capabilities in students. They learn about leadership theories, organizational behavior, strategic management, and human resource management. They also develop skills in team building, conflict resolution, and motivational techniques to effectively lead teams and organizations.
  5. Global Perspective: In today’s interconnected world, understanding global business dynamics is essential. BBA courses often include components that expose students to international business concepts, cross-cultural management issues, global market trends, and the impact of globalization on business operations. This helps them develop a global mindset and prepares them for careers in multinational corporations or international markets.
  6. Ethical and Social Responsibility: Business ethics and corporate social responsibility are integral parts of BBA education. Students learn about ethical decision-making frameworks, corporate governance practices, sustainability principles, and the importance of responsible business practices. They are encouraged to consider the ethical implications of their decisions and actions in various business contexts.
  7. Entrepreneurial Mindset: Many BBA programs aim to foster an entrepreneurial mindset among students. They learn about entrepreneurship, innovation, startup management, and business development. They acquire skills in opportunity recognition, feasibility analysis, business planning, and risk management, preparing them to pursue entrepreneurial ventures or contribute to innovation within existing organizations.

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Previous Years Question Papers

BBA301 Macro Economics 

BBA302 Principles of Marketing 

BBA303 Management Accounting 

BBA305 Personality Development and Communication Skills

BBA401 Business Research