Bachelor of Business Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration

Duration : 3 year (6 Semesters)

Eligibility : Class 12th in any stream with English subject

Medium : English

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BBA is easily one of the best courses to do after 12th. It will put you on the correct path towards the right career and financial success. It will also improve you as a person, making you smarter and more confident. Not many undergrad courses out there that can do that for you. So, choose to do a BBA degree, and be ready to have a fantastic learning experience and career (maybe abroad).

BBA students are taught the fundamentals as well as advanced principles of management. The course does not stay limited to theoretical concepts, it also provides practical knowledge via internships and industry exposure. Not only that, but BBA also helps a student develop communication skills and supports the overall personality development of a student.

Doing the BBA course from the right college is just as important as anything else. To know more about our BBA course, and what it can do for your career, get in touch with our counsellors at the earliest. They will guide you well.

Jobs after BBA

Private sector companies have the competitive edge, wherein you will have to deal with everyday market challenges with your quickly problem solving and decision-making skills. Furthermore, the salary package offered by private companies to management professionals is too high. BBA graduates are trained in a variety of skills and hence can take up career opportunities in a number of areas in the private as well as government sector. Given below are some common areas of employment after BBA.

Banks, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) Sector: BFSI is one of the major recruiters for BBA graduates. The finance, accounting and economic skills learned during the course are in high requirement in this sector.

Sales & Marketing : Marketing is another popular area of recruitment for BBA graduates. Private organizations and startups often hire BBA freshers for entry-level positions. While these positions don’t offer the most alluring of salary packages, they do provide excellent learning opportunities and experience.

Finance and Accounting: Finance and Accounting departments is another area where BBA graduates shine. There are several key areas in this sector in which a BBA graduate can look for career options.

Human Resource Management: HR departments are a must in all major organizations and businesses. HR Management is taught as part of the BBA course curriculum and businesses prefer BBA graduates for this department.

Tourism Management: Candidates who have an interest in travelling can look for a career in this sector after completing BBA.

Supply Chain Management: SCM is a popular choice for management graduates. It is a field mostly relevant to industries and production houses.

Business Consultancy: While the role of a Business Consultant is mostly offered to experienced professionals or MBA degree-holders, BBA graduates can be hired at entry-level trainee or internship roles. The experience earned here can pave the way for high-paying career opportunities in the future.

Investment Banking: Investment Banking is another field in which a BBA graduate can choose to start their career. It is a challenging field but higher studies will be required to grow in this field.

E-Commerce: The influence and the share of e-commerce are steadily increasing as is the number of transactions made on e-commerce platforms. Many service-aggregators today are also combining the brick-and-mortar marketplace with online platforms in what is called a hyperlocal delivery system. BBA graduates can also look to start a career in these companies.

Information Technology (IT): IT Management is another popular area of employment for BBA graduates.

Government Jobs: A BBA graduate can consider a number of govt. job opportunities after BBA. Government jobs offer good security, status and potential for growth.

Aviation, Media, Manufacturing, Digital Marketing, Advertising etc. are some other sectors that can be considered after completing a BBA course. It can be clearly observed the versatile nature of the BBA course from the sheer scope of career opportunities that the course opens up for its graduates.

If a candidate has decided on going for a particular field after BBA, they can look for a desirable BBA specialization that can help them become an expert and grab better career opportunities in the field.

Salary After BBA

The salary for a BBA graduate can depend on several factors such as their area of employment, academic aptitude, the reputation of their college and the choice of specialization. Given below are the details regarding the average salary after BBA in India.

• Marketing Executive : Average Salary Rs. 3 LPA
• Human Resource Manager : Average Salary Rs. 6 LPA
• Business Development Executive : Average Salary Rs. 3 LPA
• Field Sales Executive : Average Salary Rs. 2.5 LPA
• Financial Analyst : Average Salary Rs. 4 LPA
• Operations Analyst : Average Salary Rs. 3.75 LPA

After BBA

Many students also prefer to go for higher studies after completing the BBA course. Since BBA is a well-recognized 3-year bachelor’s degree course, it allows candidates to look for higher study options in multiple fields. Here are some of the popular courses to consider after completing a BBA.

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA): An MBA degree is one of the best options after completing MBA. A BBA graduate may go for an MBA for the following reasons:
  1. to specialize in a particular sector.
  2. to increase market value and earnings.
  3. becoming eligible for better career opportunities.
  • Master of Management Studies (MMS): MMS is a course quite similar to MBA and offers similar benefits.
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM): PGDM shares an almost common course curriculum with an MBA degree. However, PGDM has more specializations and can be a much more dynamic course than an MBA. Check the differences between MBA and PGDM to know more.
  • Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM): PGPM is a 1-year certificate course that is designed while keeping in mind the needs of the working professionals.
  • Bachelor of Law (LLB): Pursuing LLB is another interesting choice for BBA graduates and many prefer it to gain entry into the field of Corporate Law.
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd): Management graduates who wish to take up academic roles have to go for a BEd degree. After that, they become eligible to join educational institutes as per their qualifications and interests.
  • Chartered Accountant: BBA graduates gain plenty of theoretical knowledge in the fields of economics and accounts, which makes them good candidates for a Chartered Accountant (CA) course.


BBA Part-I (Semester I)






Fundamentals of Business Management


Computer Applications for Business


Cost Accounting

BBA Part-I (Semester II)




Principles of Marketing Management


Financial & Management Accounting


Micro-Economic Fundamentals



BBA Part-II (Semester III)




Principles of Financial Management


Basic Statistical Techniques


Evolution of Business & Commercial Geography


Environment Management


BBA Part-II (Semester IV)




Principles of Human Resource Management


Money, Banking and Finance


Introduction to Sociology & Psychology


Business Legislations

BBA Part-III (Semester V)




Entrepreneurship Development


Principles of Operations Management


International Business Environment


Research Methodology

BBA Part-III (Semester VI)



Elective A



Financial Management

Fundamentals of Business Finance

Financial Services Management

Elective B



Human Resource Management

Fundamentals of Human Resource Management

Advanced Human Resource Management

Elective C



Marketing Management

Fundamentals of Marketing Management

Advanced Marketing Management