The Department of Business Administration started its journey towards imparting management education in August 2001. With the objective of motivating budding managers, the department has been involved in developing student-centric course curriculum and industry-based learning methodologies.
The pedagogy of the BBA program consists of lectures, Research Projects, case studies, seminars, workshops, management quiz, and other student-centric activities. To update the knowledge and have a practical exposure to the industry the department organizes seminars and industrial visits.
Bachelor of Business Aaministration (BBA)
TYCOONS, the students’ forum of the Department of Business Administration, have been organizing various programmes to mould the students into excellent Management professionals. All the activities are initiated and orchestrated by students. The activities expose the student to various management practices in the industry. Frequent seminars and workshops are conducted to complement and supplement the academic input. The other activities of the forum include Industrial Visit, Educational Tour, Management theatre, Book review etc.
Fresher’s day is a dream for every fresher as the academic year begins. We welcome the newcomers in a friendly atmosphere to encourage their creative impulses to boost their confidence. The stage was raised for fresher to showcase their talent and compete with the “Mr & Miss. Fresher’s Crown”.
An Inter School meet that brings awareness among school students about the importance of Business Education. Students from various schools and participated in events such as B-Plan, Business Quiz, and Ad Zap etc. These events motivate the school students to show their talents and Creative abilities and compete within themselves with the dynamic power to emerge victories.
An Inter Collegiate Management fest that tests the business acumen of the students and prepares them through the maze of corporate events such as The Big Debate, Business plan and Quiz etc. Future business tycoons from over 50 colleges participate and compete with each other.
This was started as an idea for innovative learning, beyond the classroom chalk and talk. Work originating in the not-for-profit theatre is the toast of Business Administration Department. Keeping the belief alive that drama is a vital and constructive force in society, the theatre is working hard towards the objective. It is an association of students along with guiding faculty Dr Armstrong Doss, Head, Department of Business Administration. It opens up opportunities for the student body to become more intimately acquainted with techniques of theatre.
It is a platform provided for the business tycoons to debate and enhance their opinion and knowledge of the business environment and business methodologies.
“Club Revista” – Book Review Club:
It is an effort to motivate students to read books to enhance their knowledge about the corporate and the practical world. This club operates with review of books by renowned authors and review of corporate houses.
Faculty Development Program:
Business schools are gearing up to face the big changes within the industry and to produce graduates who are ready to take on and excel at the ever-evolving jobs for which they’ve been prepared. This surge in growth has been brought about by recognizing the value of faculty support in their roles as educators, researchers, and administrators aiming for an energetic academic life and culture. With this background, the department conducts faculty development programs, providing exposure to sound teaching principles and innovative educational techniques, on chosen topics.
The farewell ceremony is about bidding goodbye to the awesomeness of college life and everything that is part of it. All the students belonging to the Department of Business Administration come together to give a farewell party to the students of 3rd year.