Tell me BBA course requirements

Tell me BBA course requirements ?

Shivangi , 22 Mar 2018

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Admissions to BBA Programme(3 year, full time) Marketing Management Human Resources Management Operation & logistics Management Family Business Management Financial Management Eligibility* At least 45% marks in Class XII (10+2 examination) or equivalent. Desirable-Valid UGAT Score card conducted by AIMA, New Delhi. A relaxation of 5% marks in class XII will be made for SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates. Admission Process* Apply (Online/Offline) for the programmes at OPJU School of Engineering, School of Management, School of Science. Application should be accompanied by Application Fee of Rs. 500* for Undergraduate & Postgraduate Programme and Rs 2000 for Doctoral Programme payable online (Internet banking/Credit/Debit card) or Cash/DD/Bank Transfer. A merit list will be announced for eligible candidates for each round. The shortlisted candidates will be asked to appear for Counselling. On subject to fulfilment of requisite conditions, eligibility and verification of documents a provisional admission offer letter will be issued to the candidate. The candidate is required to deposit the fee within stipulated date. If the candidate doesn’t pay fee by the stipulated date, the admission would be deemed cancelled and the seat will become vacant for the next round of Counseling. There will be three rounds of Counseling and after that if there are any unfilled seats, it will be filled on the basis of rolling Counseling (First come first serve basis).

The BBA programme is a three year full-time course at OPJU, intended as the first degree which helps students develop a well- rounded skill set to enter the world of business. Students study a diverse set of subjects covering the fundamentals of business management and gain an understanding of major areas of global business. With this foundation, students are well positioned to go for further specialization in disciplines such as Finance, Marketing & Sales, Analytics, Operations or pursue a more general management oriented path at work or study. Specially designed elective courses will help students who wish to join family businesses.