BBA - Ordinance


  • The undergraduate course Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is designed to make it employment oriented.
  • It is also designed to help graduate to start their own ventures or be business consultants and not be dependent on jobs.
  • The BBA course is spread over six semesters over a period of three years.
  • The graduates are prepared to pursue post-graduation courses like MBA, MCA, M.Com, etc. and other professions like Chartered Accountant, Certified Financial Analysis, Company Secretaries and Cost & Works Accountants.
  • The Course also encourages graduates to become entrepreneurs.

Eligibility for Admission

  • Any student who has secured a minimum of 40% in the PUC (or equivalent like job oriented diploma course, etc) (35% for SC, ST and Cat-I student) examination by that State Board is eligible for admission to the BBA course.
  • In addition the colleges may hold entrance examinations, if necessary, to assess the aptitude of the students. 
  • The permitted intake of BBA students is 40 per college to facilitate personalized attention and care. 

Course and Evaluation


  • The BBA is a full time three year course spread over six semesters
  • Each semester is of 16 week duration
  • Each semester consists of five subjects carrying 100 marks requiring a least 4 contact hours per week. Subjects which have practical component carry a total of 150 marks (100 for theory and 50 for practicals)
  • There would be two compulsory In-plant training of 30 days duration each. The first at the end of the third semester and the second at the end of the fifth semester. Admission to the fourth and sixth semester will be subject to the completion of the first and second inplant training respectively. 
  • The student should have a minimum of 80% attendance to appear for the semester examination.  

Internal Assessment

  • The student will be examined for a total of 100 marks in each of the subjects prescribed for the respective semester. The 100 marks consists of 25 marks for Internal assessment and 75 marks for External assessment. The Internal assessment marks are awarded by the concerned teacher and the external assessment is based on a common examination to be conducted by the University. Subjects having practical components carry a total of 150 marks consisting of 100 marks for theory component (25 marks for Internal assessment and 75 marks of external assessment) and 50 marks for Practical component (10 marks Internal assessment of Journals and 40 marks for External Practical Examination). 
  • The break up of internal Marks for theory is as follows:
    1. Skill Development Records                      05 marks
    2. Internal Tests 2 (average marks)             10 marks
    3. Seminar / Assignments                           05 marks
    4. Attendance / Class participation               05 marks

                                                                             Total  25 marks

The Internal marks for Practical Component is awarded by the concerned teacher on the basis of journal of the student over the entire semester.

Please Note: Each class teacher should maintain respective records for internal assessment which may be examined by Registrar (Evaluation) or his nominee any time. 

  • There is no minimum for internal assessment marks.

  • The minimum for external assessment is 30 out of 75 marks for theory papers and 20 out of 40 marks for practical examinations

  • To pass a student must secure atleast 40% in each subject (both theory and practical) (including internal and external marks) and 40% in Inplant Training Project Report evaluation and viva


  • A student can seek admission to the third semester only after clearing 8 out of 10 subjects in the first year. 
  • A student is eligible for admission to fifth semester only after clearing all 10 subjects of the two semesters and 8 out of 10 of the third & fourth semester.  

In-plant Training

  • Each student is required to undergo two separate 30 days inplant training (II and V semester). One teacher of the concerned college will act as internal guide for the inplant training. 
  • At the end of the first inplant training a student is required to submit his report to the Principal before the commencement of the fourth semester examination.
  • At the end of the second inplant training a student is required to submit his report to the University before the commencement of the sixth semester examination.
  • There will be a common evaluation of both the Inplant report. The reports will be evaluated out of 50 marks and the viva will be for 50 marks.
  • The viva will be conducted by the examination committee constituted by the University consisting of 
    1. One local industrialist/ business man/ consultant
    2. Head of the Institution
    3. Internal Guide

The committee will submit a comprehensive viva and report mark list to the University.  

Degree and Award of Classes

  • To pass in each subject a student should obtain minimum of 40%. To pass in In-plant Training and project viva, a student must obtain a minimum of 40%. However, to be eligible for pass and award of the BBA degree, a student should obtain a minimum of 50% in aggregate (i.e. 1675 out of 3350 marks for students choosing information system as specialization and 1600 marks out of 3200 marks for students specializing in other areas) of all subjects and in-plant training and project viva.
  • All successful candidates will be awarded the Degree of bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with Specialization (to be mentioned in the degree certificate) in any of the areas offered by the Colleges and as permitted by the University. 
  • A student has to clear all the thirty subjects and two inplant training programmes successfully within five years from the date of admission to be eligible for the award of the degree of BBA. 
  • The award of classes to the BBA degree will be based on the aggregate marks obtained in all the semesters including project report and viva (3100 marks)
  • The award of classes is as follows: (based on aggregate marks)

                               Above 50% and less than 60%                 - Second Class

                               Above 60% and less than 70%                 - First Class

                               Above 70%                                             - First Class with Distinction

  • Keeping in view the current trend no ranks will be awarded.  

Course Flexibility

  • In V Semester, College can offer elective as below. Student is free to choose any specialization- ED/ Marketing/ Finance/ Systems/ HR 
   E.Dev OR  Marketing OR Finance  OR  Systems OR HR 
 V Sem          
Elective-I E.I  B-I  A-I C-I D-I
 Elective-II E-II B-II A-II C-II D-II
  •  In VI Semester, College can offer any of the elective as below. A student is free to choose any specialization. It is not necessary for a student to choose the same elective in V and VI semester. But he should choose both the subjects from same specialization within the semester. For instance a student may choose finance in V and Marketing in VI Semester 
   E.Dev OR  Marketing OR Finance  OR  Systems OR HR 
 VI Sem          
 Elective-II E-IV  B-IV A-IV C-IV D-IV
  • There should be a minimum of 10 students to offer any specialization.
  • Any college can introduce any other specialization keeping in view the local needs BUT only with prior permission of the University
  • The Board of Studies may make minor modifications in the syllabus to reflect the latest trends in the subject. 


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