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Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Programme outcome:


PO1: To stimulate and prepare the students for positions of leadership in business organizations at the local, national and international levels so that they become capable to undertake prolific protagonists in the dynamic and competitive business environment. 


PO2:  To identify ethical issues, make the learners understand the impact of a particular issue on various stakeholders, and aid them in becoming ethically responsible business managers that positively impact businesses and society today. 


PO3: To impart quality and need based education so that the learners are sensitized with regard to their changing roles in society through awareness raising activities.


Programme Specific Outcome:


PSO1: To prepare imminent founders to get their ventures off the ground by providing them access to expert mentors – who help in connecting their classroom education to the trading floors, board rooms, and retail stores where theory is put into practice.


PSO2: To groom the learner to become a truly global personality well equipped to deal with the modern world and its challenges. 


PSO3: To enable holistic and value-based development of learners’ personality with a humane and global outlook – which would ultimately enhance his/her employability.


Course Outcome:


The course outcome which is expected to be achieved by the students after the completion of a particular course is very well elucidated in the form of course objectives in the College Instruction Manual.



Course Curriculum of BBA Programme


BBA Ist Semester BBA IIIrd Semester BBA Vth Semester
Punjabi/History and Culture of Panjab English & Business Communication Skills Insurance and Risk Management
Organisation Behaviour Operation Research International Business
Fundamentals of Information Technology Marketing Management Business Environment
Management Concepts and Practices Economics of Money and Banking Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Financial Accounting Regulatory Framework for Companies Optional Subjects:
Any of the following two areas
Essentials of Business Economics-I Direct Tax Laws

Marketing Management

Environment, Road Safety Education
and Violence against Women &

Human Resource Management

BBA IInd Semester BBA IVth Semester BBA VIth Semester
Punjabi/History and Culture of Panjab English & Business Communication Skills Business Policy and Strategy
Business Statistics Project Management Production and Operation Management
Essentials of Business Economics-II Research Methodology Social and Ethical Issues in Business
Legal Aspects of Business Human Resource Management Project Report and Viva-Voce
Personality Development & Professional Skills Goods and Services Tax (GST)*

Same option to continue as in fifth Semester:Marketing Management

Managerial Accounting Database Management System

Human Resource Management






1. The following categories of the students shall be entitled to take the option of History and Culture of Punjab in lieu of Punjabi as a compulsory subject:-


   (a) Students who have not studied Punjabi upto class10th.*


   (b) Wards of Defence Personnel and Central Government employee/employees, who are transferable on all India basis.


   (c) Foreigners


2. ‘Environment, Road Safety Education, Violence against Women/ Children and Drug Abuse’  is a compulsory qualifying paper, which the students have to study in the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./BBA 1st year (2nd Semester). If the student/s failed to qualify the paper during the 2nd Semester, he/she/ they be allowed to appear/qualify the same in the 4th or 6th Semester/s.