Part 1

Management is the function that coordinates the efforts of people to accomplish goals and objectives using available resources efficiently and effectively. Management comprises of planning, organizing, staffing,leading or directing, and controlling and organization to accomplish the goal. Resourcing encompasses the deployment and manipulation of human resources,financial resources, technological resources, and natural resources. Management is also an academic discipline, a social science whose objective is to study social organizations.

Importance of Management:
  • Meets challenges of changes
  • Achievement of goals
  • Optimum use of resources
  • Provides stability Provides innovation
  • Provides coordination & establishes team spirit
  • Tackles business problems
  • Helps in personality development
  • Establishes sound industrial relations
Advantages of Management:
  • Achievement of Goal
  • Ample of Opportunities
  • Job Productiveness
  • Skill to stand in cut-throat competition
  • Good economic growth

Management is the profession of managing tasks, things and people. In the open-market friendly scenario of the Indian economy, there is a great scope for a career in management. Many multinationals have opened their ventures in the country making the career as a manager lucrative and competitive. One of the courses that prepare one for a career in management is the Bachelor of Business Studies. It is a 3 year undergraduate program offered by the Delhi University. BBS is termed as a terminal degree as 75-80% of the course curriculum is the same as MBA. Therefore, a BBS student need not do post graduation. MBA can be done merely to increase exposure and networks. Selection to the course is through a Common Entrance Test held in specific cities Ahmadabad, Chandigarh, Allahabad, Delhi, Kolkata and Hyderabad. Application fee for the test is Rs 1000/-(subject to changes) for General, CW and OBC and Rs 500/- (subject to changes) for SC, ST and PWD candidates. The candidates had to submit their 12th standard mark sheet along with their application. 5% seats are reserved for children/widows of armed forces personnel (CW) and 3% for persons with disability.

Eligibility: A pass or appearance in CBSE Senior Secondary School Examination or any other corresponding examination recognized by the University of Delhi. • A pass or appearance in English as well as any 3 subjects from the list below: Accountancy, Agriculture, Biology, Biotechnology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Geography, History, Informatics Practices, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology. • The different categories must score the following average marks in the four subjects mentioned above : General: minimum 60% OBC : minimum 54% CW\PWD: minimum 55% ST\SC : minimum 50% Admission to BBS is determined as follows: • 50%- Entrance exam marks • 30%- Marks in Board exam • 20%- By personal Interview.

Structure of entrance exam: There will be 100 questions in total to be completed in 120 minutes. There is no fixed syllabus, but the exam aims to test: o English o General including Business Awareness o Quantitative Ability (Mathematics) o Reasoning Skills There is 1 mark deduction for every wrong answer and 3 marks addition for every right answer. So it is better to leave blank answers you are not sure of. Please note: This is the structure and criteria of BBS in Delhi University. Students are advised to consult the requirements of other universities at their web sites.


BBA is a three year undergraduate program for studying business administration. This program connects students to a variety of core business study courses including general business subjects and concentration in advance courses. Students are exposed to all functions of the company-human resource management, marketing and finance.

This course educates the student in fundamental business theories and principles as well as practical management training. The program aims to enhance the student’s executive personality, managerial skills and intellectual prowess. It acts as a bridge between higher secondary education and an MBA degree. BBA is accessible to only students who have passed their 10+ 2 from any stream.

In Delhi University, a student can study BBA in the following areas:

  • Marketing
  • Finance & Accounting
  • Informatics
  • Human Resource Management

There is also scope for dual specialization. There is a flexible curriculum, which includes case studies, integrative exercises, mock-ups and lectures.


To be eligible for BBA course in Delhi, the student must score 45% marks minimum in 10+2 from ICSE/CBSE or any corresponding State Board or council. Alternatively, the AIMA (UGAT) Score of students can also serve as eligibility. Online application forms may be downloaded and sent to different Delhi business schools for the sake of admission.

Colleges in Delhi offering BBA:

  • Modi Academic International Institute
  • Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
  • Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies
  • BLB Institute of Financial Markets (BIFM)
  • Beri Institute of Technology
  • Delhi College of Advanced Studies
  • Skyline Business School
  • Delhi Institute of Rural Development
  • Netaji Subhash Institute of Management Sciences
  • Cosmic Business School
  • Jagannath Institute of Management Sciences
  • Apar India College of Management and Technology
  • Maharishi Institute of Management
  • Delhi School of Professional Studies & Research
  • Ascent Institute of Management

For students aspiring to study BBA in other universities, they are advised to consult the websites of these universities as eligibility and other criteria may differ.


The BIBF program is offered by the Arjun Singh centre for Jamia Millia Islamia Distance and Open Learning. It is a pioneering programme that uses instructional material with counselling sessions. The programme targets students who aspire to make a career in international finance and business.

The programme consists of an ideal mix of theory and practice. The objectives of the programme are as follows:

  • To provide an opportunity for those who wish to pursue BIBF course but are limited by job or other responsibilities.
  • To aid study at the pace and at the place of choice of the learner.
  • To develop skills in marketing, finance, commerce and international business.
  • To construct avenues for self-employment and help in staffing multinationals as well as small enterprises.
  • To help students grab opportunities created by privatization, globalization and liberalization.
  • To build knowledge about international business and finance.
  • Learn to use new technologies for promoting the international business and marketing.

Program structure: The courses cover subjects like business communication, Principles of management, financial accounting, business economics, business environment, business finance, company law, business maths and statistics, information technology in business, cost accounting, entrepreneurship, principles of marketing, India’s foreign trade policy, international marketing, international business environment, procedures of export-import, etc.

Eligibility: Minimum requirement is pass in 10 plus 2 or an equivalent recognized exam.

Admission: This is on the basis of merit obtained in the qualifying exam (10 plus 2 or equivalent). There is no entrance test.

Duration: The programme can be finished within a minimum of 3 years and a maximum of 6 years.

Medium: Language of counselling is in English, Hindi or Urdu. Self learning material is only in English, but students can complete assignments and tests in English, Hindi or Urdu.