DEPARTMENT of Business Administration (UG)

graduate attributes

Knowledge and Skill on Specific Discipline
Design and Development
Usage of Modern Tools
Problem Analysis and Solutions
Team Work
Project Management
Creativity and Innovation
Sensitivity to multi-ethnic Cultural Environment
Professional Ethics
Life Long Learning

programme outcomes


Integrative Experience and Experiential Learning: Analyze and synthesize information across disciplines/functions in order to evaluate business opportunities and make sound business decisions


Problem Solving Skill: Demonstrate the knowledge of management science to solve complex corporate problems using limited resources


Research Skill: Demonstrate the ability to analyze complex, unstructured qualitative and quantitative problems by collecting, analyzing data by using accounting, financial, mathematical, statistical tools, information communication technologies and research literature.


Contextual Knowledge: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to management practice.


Team Participation and Leadership: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.




  • Students are acquainted with the conceptual knowledge of different aspect of management, Business, Industry, and Industrial and Social Administration. 
  • Graduates with flair of self-employment will be able to initiate and build upon entrepreneurial ventures or demonstrate entrepreneurship for their employer organizations. 
  • Exhibit the awareness of general issues prevailing in the society and communicate effectively with the accounting, commerce, management, business, professional fraternity and with society at large through digital and non-digital mediums and using a variety of modes such as effective reports & documentation, effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions

bba (ca)

  • Develop the knowledge, skill and attitude to creatively and systematically apply the principles and practices of management, accountancy, finance, business law, statistics, HR, operations and computer application operations to management problems and work effectively in modern day business and non-business organizations 
  • Apply the current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practices 
  • Ability to design, implement domain knowledge for computer programming