B.B.A

DEPARTMENT OF B.B.A & M.A. HRM

HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT

Our department offers a three year bachelor degree in business administration and provides a professional core of courses needed for vocational endorsement. In 1992, the department had a humble beginning.

The department involves students in interactive classes where they can learn, acquire skills and form attitudes and values appropriate for managerial and professional careers in business, industry and government. Specifically the programs are designed to assure that participants develop an integrated body of knowledge in the business and management of modern organization.

Experienced faculty expose students to real life business situations in stimulating learning environment. The business administration programs provide the students the opportunity to go forward in the broadest range of professional directions and build sound and rewarding careers to compete effectively in today’s fast paced world and that are valued by society.

The business administration department caters to the need of students to make them modern managers in their global setting. The department over these years has insisted our students to develop their leadership skills, Motivational ability, logical thinking and effective management. For this the department opens a wide variety of courses such as Financial Management, Management Information system, Human Resource Management, Business Ethics etc., the students also undertake a project with the industry in their final semester.

NO OF SECTIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT

              • Additional section got included in the academic year 2010-11.
              • From Nov’ 2011, the BBA department started to function independently.
              • Paper presented by the department students on various topics in the Intra-Departmental activities.
              • For first time in shift – II, Intra-departmental activities was initiated by department of Business Administration.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

                        The School of Business administration was set up in 1992 to create the right academic atmosphere for the students to acquire leadership skills and to take up managerial responsibilities. The department of business administration is endowed with experience and qualified faculty enthusiastic about organising guest lecture symposium and seminars on current developments in the field of management at national and global levels. This academic exercise seek to contribute to the existing management lecture by bringing together students, research scholars, faculty members and industrialists with vast knowledge and rich experience in this field..

ABOUT THE COURSE

                The Choice Base Credit System has introduced in our college as on 2008. The purpose of this system is to encourage students to choose subjects which they prefer in their specific fields of study. The broad outlines of this system namely CBCS as follows.

Subjects

I) Language
II) English
III) Major Subjects – 2 Subjects; Allied Subjects – 1 Subject.
IV) a) Functional Tamil for all those students who have not studied Tamil .
      b) Soft Skills.

Most Important

   1) All Subjects will have internal assessment for 25 marks and university examination for 75 Marks.
   2) The internal assessment marks will be based on
                             a) Best of 3 written examination conducted by the college
                             b) Two assignments.
   3) Attendance to college should be 60% of all classes taken.
   4) Any student not having 60% attendance will debar from writing the university examinations.
   5) Participating in NCC/NSS/SPORTS etc., is compulsory.

DEPARTMENT EVENTS (Including Photo)

 NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2018

One day National Conference on “Opportunities and challenges of vibrant management in dynamic global environment”

 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE REPORT 23rd February 2018

 

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NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2015

National Conference on “Emerging Management Issues & Challenges in Contemporary Scenario”

 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE REPORT 5th March 2015

 

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GUEST LECTURE

Mrs. Dr. R. Thenmozhi (Associate Professor) Management Studies, University of Madras delivered guest lecture on "Contemporary issue in Marketing” held on 16th Aug 2013

Dr. G.K. Francis Dean, AM Jain College has been inaugurated our department academic events on 17th October2013.

N R Govindarajan ALUMNI of this college (Chartered Accountant) was invited for our BBA Department academic event which was conducted on 18th Oct 2013. He spent his valuable time and also judged our students those who were presented their papers in the event.

SEMINAR

 BBA Department had conducted One day National Seminar on Emerging Management Issues and Challenges in contemporary Scenario” on 5 March 2015. This was the first National level seminar in A.M Jain college history.

SYMPOSIUM

BBA Department had conducted one day national symposium GNO’S FEST 2014 on 19th Feb 2014.

 

INDUSTRIAL VISIT

III BBA students went for an INDUSTRIAL VISIT in MODERN BAKERS(madhavaram) Pvt. Ltd.

III BBA students went for an INDUSTRIAL VISIT in Pepsi co. Mamandur, kanchipuram.

STUDENTS  ACHIEVEMENTS 

E. SANGEETHA  NK11809 - 68TH RANK, ROLL NO: 11A177

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYLLABUS

                                       SYLLABUS FOR BBA

                               TEACHING HOURS AND CREDIT IN EACH PAPER

 

                                                      SEMESTER – I

COURSE COMPONENTS

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT

Ins.

HRS/Week

Marks

 

 

 

 

CIA

EXT EXAM

TOTAL

Core Subject

Financial Accounting

4

5

25

75

100

Core Subject

Principles of Mgt

4

5

25

75

100

Allied Subject

Managerial Economics

4

5

25

75

100

SEMESTER – II

COURSE COMPONENTS

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT

Ins.

HRS/Week

Marks

 

 

 

 

CIA

EXT EXAM

TOTAL

Core Subject

Business Communication

4

5

25

75

100

Core Subject

Management Accounting

4

5

25

75

100

Allied Subject

International Trade

5

6

25

75

100

SEMESTER – III

COURSE COMPONENTS

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT

Ins.

HRS/Week

Marks

 

 

 

 

CIA

EXT EXAM

TOTAL

CORE – V

Financial Mgt.

4

5

25

75

100

CORE – VI

Organizational Behavior

4

5

25

75

100

CORE – VII

Computer Application in Business

4

6

25

75

100

CORE – VIII

Marketing Management

4

5

25

75

100

Allied – III

Business Statistics

4

6

25

75

100

SEMESTER – IV

COURSE COMPONENTS

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT

Ins.

HRS/Week

Marks

 

 

 

 

CIA

EXT EXAM

TOTAL

Core – IX

Business Taxation

4

5

25

75

100

Core – X

Business Regulatory Framework

 

4

 

5

25

75

100

Core – XI

Financial Service

4

6

25

75

100

Core – XII

Management Information System

4

5

25

75

100

Allied – IV

Operational Research

4

6

25

75

100

SEMESTER – V      

COURSE COMPONENTS

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT

Ins.

HRS/Week

Marks

 

 

 

 

CIA

EXT EXAM

TOTAL

Core – XIII

Business Ethics & Values

4

5

25

75

100

Core – XIV

Marketing Research

4

6

25

75

100

Core – XV

Production Management

4

6

25

75

100

Core – XVI

Material Management

4

6

25

75

100

 

 

 

           Elective – I

·         Entrepreneurial  Development

 

         (OR)

 

(2)Visual Basic Programming

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

6

 

 

 

25

 

 

 

75

 

 

 

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER – VI

COURSE COMPONENTS

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT

Ins.

HRS/Week

Marks

 

 

 

 

CIA

EXT EXAM

TOTAL

Core – XVII

       Business    Environment

4

5

25

75

100

Core – XVIII

Service Marketing

4

6

25

75

100

Core – XIX

Human Resource Management

4

6

25

75

100

 

 

 

Elective – II

·         Customer Relationship Management

 

         (OR)

 

(2)Visual Basic - Practical

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

6

 

 

 

25

 

 

 

75

 

 

 

100

Elective - III

Project Work (Group)

 

5

 

6

 

20

 

80

 

100

  SOFT SKILLS

Semester I - Essentials of Language and communication skill

Semester II - Essential of spoken and presentation skill

Semester III - Personality Enrichment

Semester IV – Computing Skill

  Value Added Course

Internship

Environmental studies

Value education

Apart from the regular subject related to their degree, the university is also providing skill related program for developing the skill of the student.