BBA Hons. is an Under Graduate course in the domain of business and administration that is pursued by candidates after completion of their 10+2 level or equivalent education. It is a three year UG course which is divided into six semesters. Each year of study comprises of two semesters. Mostly colleges demand a minimum of 45% (relaxable for reserved category candidates) at 10+2 including English as a subject of study at plus two level as a minimum eligibility criterion for admission.
BBA (Hons.): What is it about?
Business and administration are two inter-related concepts. Administration in general sense is defined as the universal process of organizing people and resources efficiently so as to direct activities towards a common goal. Business, on the other hand, aims at maximizing output/profit with effective utilization of available resources. For effective utilization of available resources, proper administration is necessary and hence the two concepts find a common relation.
The course aims at developing the basic knowledge and skill base that is requisite for a bachelor’s level students by utilizing various subjects of study and their related practical applicabilities. The structure of the course is designed to accustom the industry-specific knowledge as well as academic soundness that one needs to develop in the respective discipline.
The three years UG program is thus, focused on building young business experts and administrators who have the capability to withstand industrial/job market needs with sound application of their knowledge base.
BBA (Hons.): Eligibility
Candidate must have passed the 10+2 or equivalent examination in any stream from a recognized state or central Board with at least 45% (40% for reserved category candidates) of the marks with English as one of the subjects.
He/She shall not be having any backlog or compartment in any of the Subject/Subjects at 10+2 level that is yet to be cleared at the time of taking admissions.
Apart from the above-mentioned eligibility criteria’s various colleges and institutes may have their own additional criteria’s which the students would have to satisfy in order to take admission.
In case of reserved category students, they would have to present their reservation certificates issued by the competent authorities in order to avail the benefits applicable to them.
Most of the Institute give admissions through Common Entrance Test (CET) (like DU-BMS, GSSIPU-BBA etc). To get admissions in these institutes candidates would have to qualify the respective entrance exam by securing minimum qualifying marks.
The eligibility criteria’s mentioned above are common to most of the universities and colleges across the country that are offering this course to the students.