B.B.A.

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a 3 years Graduation Course having 6 semesters. The course teaches the students about the higher level concepts in the domain of Business Administration in multifold specializations as Marketing Management, HRM, and Financial Management, Agri. Business Management and Services Management and so on. The degree is designed such way to give a broad knowledge of the functional aspects of a company and their interconnection. B.B.A. programs thus expose students to a variety of “core subjects” and generally allow students to specialize in a specific academic area. The degree also develops the student’s practical, managerial and communication skills, and business decision-making capability. Many programs incorporate training and practical experience, in the form of case projects, presentations, internships, industrial visits, and interaction with experts from the industry.
Scope for Higher Studies after BBA
There are many higher studies options for those who have pursued BBA. Higher studies will help the students to get placed in better positions. Some of those options are given below.
• M.B.A.
• Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)
• Post Graduate Diploma in International Business (PGDIB)
• M.Com.

Career Opportunities after BBA

The candidates who have completed BBA have many career opportunities in both private and public sector organizations. Various types of jobs available for these graduates are listed below.
• Financial Analyst
• Sales
• Marketing
• Advertising
• Event Management
• HR Consultant
• Training & Development
• Research
• Academics

Intake and Pattern

160 seats in each semester and Semester Pattern (3 Years Graduation Course)

Admission Procedure

The BBA program of Indira College of Commerce and Science (ICCS) is affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University. The admissions to same are done as per rules & regulations framed by the Savitribai Phule Pune University, time to time .The details of various dates (schedules) are published by college in their information brochure as well as available on their website www.iccs.ac.in. Interested candidates must regularly visit the ICCS website for eligibility and procedure in detail.
The online application form will be available in the month of May and June, every year (After declaring 12th results). Candidates can fill Online Application form and submit the hardcopy in college by hand or by post. Both (Online & Offline) payment options are available. It is mandatory for candidates to appear for I – CET (Indira Common Entrance Test).
One can seek the admission with the average result of 12th and I – CET Score/ Merit.
For admission confirmation, following documents are necessary:
• H.S.C. Mark sheet/ 12th Mark sheet of respective board
• Transfer/Migration Certificate
• Cast Certificate if applicable
• Validity Certificate if applicable
• Gap Certificate if applicable
For specific queries you may personally visit our Admission Cell in the campus.

Course Structure
Paper Subject ( Sem 1)
101 Business Organization & System (BOS)
102 Business Communication Skills (BCS)
103 Business Accounting (BA)
104 Business Economics (Micro) (BE)
105 Business Mathematics (BM)
106 Business Demography & Env. Studies (BDES)
Paper Subject  (Sem2)
201 Principles of Management (POM)
202 Principles of Marketing (PPM)
203 Principles of Finance (POF)
204 Basics of Cost Accounting (BCA)
205 Business Statistics (BS)
206 Business Informatics (BI)
Paper Subject  (Sem 3)
301 Personality Development (PD)
302 Business Ethics (BE)
303 Human Resource Mgmt & OB (HRM)
304 Management Accounting (MA)
305 Business Economics (B-ECO)
306 Information Technology in Mgmt (ITM)
Paper Subject  (Sem 4)
401 Production & Operations Management (POM)
402 Industrial Relations & Labor Laws (IRLL)
403 Business Taxation (BT)
404 International Business (IB)
405 Management Information System (MIS)
406 Business Exposure (Field Visit)
Paper Subject  (Sem 5)
501 Supply Chain & Logistics
502 Entrepreneurship Development (ED)
503 Business Law (BL)
504 Research Methodology (RM)
505 A Analysis of Fin Statement/
506 A Long term Finance
505 C HRM Principles & Functions
506 C Human Resource Practices
505 B Sales Management
506 B Retail Management
Paper Subject  (Sem 6)
601 Business Planning & Project Management
602 Event Management
603 Management Control System
604 E-Commerce
605  A Financial Services
605  B Advertising and Sales Promotion.
605 C Labor Law
606 A Project & cases in Finance
606 B Project & cases in Marketing
606 C Project & cases in Human resource
Eligibility

a) Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) or its (First Year) equivalent Examination with 40% marks from any stream. (35% for Reserved category and 40% for Open category candidate as per Maharashtra state government rules) and English as one of the compulsory subjects.
OR
b) Three year Diploma Course (after S.S.C.) of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.
OR
c) Two year Diploma Course in Pharmacy (after H.S.C.) of Board of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.
OR
d) Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Examination with 45% marks and any Vocational subject at (10+2) level.
e) Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Vocational (MCVC)- Minimum Competency based vocational course Examination with 45% marks (40% for reserved category candidate as per Maharashtra state government rules).

Contact for Admission

Prof. Yogesh S. Bhusari
Asst. Professor, Dept., of BBA & BBA (IB),
Contact: +91-20-66759523/646,
Email: yogesh.bhusari@iccs.ac.in
Indira College of Commerce and Science
‘Dhruv’, 89/2A, New Pune-Mumbai Highway,
Tathwade, Pune – 411033, India

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a 3 years Graduation Course having 6 semesters. The course teaches the students about the higher level concepts in the domain of Business Administration in multifold specializations as Marketing Management, HRM, and Financial Management, Agri. Business Management and Services Management and so on. The degree is designed such way to give a broad knowledge of the functional aspects of a company and their interconnection. B.B.A. programs thus expose students to a variety of “core subjects” and generally allow students to specialize in a specific academic area. The degree also develops the student’s practical, managerial and communication skills, and business decision-making capability. Many programs incorporate training and practical experience, in the form of case projects, presentations, internships, industrial visits, and interaction with experts from the industry.
Scope for Higher Studies after BBA
There are many higher studies options for those who have pursued BBA. Higher studies will help the students to get placed in better positions. Some of those options are given below   

  • M.B.A.
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in International Business (PGDIB)
  •  M.Com.

Career opportunities after BBA

The candidates who have completed BBA have many career opportunities in both private and public sector organizations. Various types of jobs available for these graduates are listed below.

  • Financial Analyst
  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Advertising
  • Event Management
  •  HR Consultant
  • Training & Development
  • Research
  • Academics

160 seats in each semester and Semester Pattern (3 Years Graduation Course)

The BBA program of Indira College of Commerce and Science (ICCS) is affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University. The admissions to same are done as per rules & regulations framed by the Savitribai Phule Pune University, time to time .The details of various dates (schedules) are published by college in their information brochure as well as available on their website www.iccs.ac.in. Interested candidates must regularly visit the ICCS website for eligibility and procedure in detail.
The online application form will be available in the month of May and June, every year (After declaring 12th results). Candidates can fill Online Application form and submit the hardcopy in college by hand or by post. Both (Online & Offline) payment options are available. It is mandatory for candidates to appear for I – CET (Indira Common Entrance Test).
One can seek the admission with the average result of 12th and I – CET Score/ Merit.
For admission confirmation, following documents are necessary:

  • S.C. Mark sheet/ 12th Mark sheet of respective board
  • Transfer/Migration Certificate
  • Cast Certificate if applicable
  • Validity Certificate if applicable
  • Gap Certificate if applicable

For specific queries you may personally visit our Admission Cell in the campus.

Paper Subject ( Sem 1)
101 Business Organization & System (BOS)
102 Business Communication Skills (BCS)
103 Business Accounting (BA)
104 Business Economics (Micro) (BE)
105 Business Mathematics (BM)
106 Business Demography & Env. Studies (BDES)
Paper Subject  (Sem2)
201 Principles of Management (POM)
202 Principles of Marketing (PPM)
203 Principles of Finance (POF)
204 Basics of Cost Accounting (BCA)
205 Business Statistics (BS)
206 Business Informatics (BI)
Paper Subject  (Sem 3)
301 Personality Development (PD)
302 Business Ethics (BE)
303 Human Resource Mgmt & OB (HRM)
304 Management Accounting (MA)
305 Business Economics (B-ECO)
306 Information Technology in Mgmt (ITM)
Paper Subject  (Sem 4)
401 Production & Operations Management (POM)
402 Industrial Relations & Labor Laws (IRLL)
403 Business Taxation (BT)
404 International Business (IB)
405 Management Information System (MIS)
406 Business Exposure (Field Visit)
Paper Subject  (Sem 5)
501 Supply Chain & Logistics
502 Entrepreneurship Development (ED)
503 Business Law (BL)
504 Research Methodology (RM)
505 A Analysis of Fin Statement/
506 A Long term Finance
505 C HRM Principles & Functions
506 C Human Resource Practices
505 B Sales Management
506 B Retail Management
Paper Subject  (Sem 6)
601 Business Planning & Project Management
602 Event Management
603 Management Control System
604 E-Commerce
605  A Financial Services
605  B Advertising and Sales Promotion.
605 C Labor Law
606 A Project & cases in Finance
606 B Project & cases in Marketing
606 C Project & cases in Human resource

1. Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) or its (First Year) equivalent Examination with 40% marks from any stream. (35% for Reserved category and 40% for Open category candidate as per Maharashtra state government rules) and English as one of the compulsory subjects.

OR

2. Three year Diploma Course (after S.S.C.) of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.

3 . Two year Diploma Course in Pharmacy (after H.S.C.) of Board of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.

OR

4. Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Examination with 45% marks and any Vocational subject at (10+2) level.

5. Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Vocational (MCVC)- Minimum Competency based vocational course Examination with 45% marks (40% for reserved category candidate as per Maharashtra state government rules).

Prof. Yogesh S. Bhusari
Asst. Professor, Dept., of BBA & BBA (IB),
Contact: +91-20-66759523/646,
Email: yogesh.bhusari@iccs.ac.in
Indira College of Commerce and Science
‘Dhruv’, 89/2A, New Pune-Mumbai Highway,
Tathwade, Pune – 411033, India

F.Y.B.B.A. (SEM I)
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome
101 Business Organization and System 1) Students learns the basics of Organizational structure

2) Students gets understood about the different concepts e.g. leadership styles, Motivation etc.

3) It interprets about the organizational environment.

4) It develop the spirit of entrepreneurship among the students.

102 Business Communication Skills 1) It improves various skills of the students such as linguistic, non-linguistic etc.

2) Students learns the basic concepts of business communication such as formal communication, informal communication etc.

3) It enhances the students ability to read, write, listen and speak effectively.

4) Students gets observed and apply different communication skills in day to day life. 

103 Business Accounting 1) Students learns the basic concepts of accounting e.g. transactions, cost, entity etc.

2) It is possible for student’s to understand the statements and formats of different books of accounts.

3) Students interpret different statements and books of accounts such as journal, ledger, trial balance, final accounts etc. 

4) Students can learn more about accounting standards and why it is applied in industries.

5) Business Accounting helps to learn different accounting software’s also e.g. tally which helps students to apply in industries in future period of time.

104 Business Economics (Micro) 1) Students know the importance of Business economics.

2) It helps to understand the different concepts of economics such as demand, supply, utility etc.

3) It apply economic analysis in the formulation of business policies.

4) It uses the economic reasoning to problems of business.

105 Business Mathematics 1) Students learns the basic concepts of mathematics.

2) Students understand the concepts of transportation, LPP, share, share market etc.

3) Students understand how the different mathematics concepts can be applied in different industries differently.

4) It helps students to interpret graphs, charts and equations which are going to be applied in businesses.

106 Business Demography and Environmental Studies

 

1) Student learns the basics of business demography and environment.

2) Students increases their knowledge based on demographic and environmental factors which affects the business.

3) Student gets aware of environmental problems related to the business and commerce.

4) It inculcate the values of environmental ethics amongst the students.

F.Y.B.B.A. (SEM II)
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome
201 Principles of Management 1) Student learns the conceptual knowledge about nature, complexity, functions of management etc.

2) Students understand the different aspects of principles of management given by different authors.

3) Students know the importance of management of change, crisis, TQM, Stress Management etc.

4) It helps to apply Henry Fayol’s principles in day to day working life.

202 Principles of Marketing 1) Student learns the nature, scope and importance of marketing.

2) It helps to understand basic concepts of marketing.

3) It develop the basic and essential skills of the students related to marketing.

4) It improves the ability of the students and create marketing employability opportunities which are essential for industries.

203 Principles of Finance 1) Student learns the basic concepts of principles of finance.

2) To understand different sources of finance.

3) To make the analysis of books of accounts and statements.

4) It helps students to prepare financial plan for the future. 

204 Basics of Cost Accounting 1) Students learns the basic concepts of cost accounting.

2) It is possible for student’s to understand the statements and formats of different books of accounts.

3) Students interpret different statements and books of accounts such as cost sheets, statement of cost, statement of profit etc. 

4) Students can learn more about cost accounting standards and why it is applied in industries.

205 Business Statistics 1) Students learns the basic concepts of statistics.

2) Students understand to calculate various types of averages and variation.

3) Students understand how the different statistical concepts can be applied in different industries differently.

4) It is possible to inculcate the research culture among students.

206 Business Informatics

 

1) Students learn the basic concepts of business informatics.

2) Students understand the basics of networking.

3) It enhances the knowledge of the students related to internet, websites etc.

4) It helps to apply business informatics tactics in day to day business life for the students.

 

S.Y.B.B.A.
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome
301 Personality Development 1. Students aware about the dimensions and importance of effective personality.

2. Students understand the personality traits and Its Importance.

 3. Students aware about the various dynamics of personality development.

4. Students apply Personality skills in daily life.

302 Business Ethics 1) Students know the Ethical Values and moral values in Business.

2) Students understand the ethical business practices.

3) Students show interest in following ethical practices of business.

4) Students use their knowledge in outside business society.

5) Students show powerful ethical values to build an economically strong nation.

303 Human Resource Management and Organization Behaviour 1) Students know the Human Resource Management concepts and terms.

2) Students understand the Importance of HR practices and Organizational Behaviour.

3) Students interpret the HR Discipline as an important Management discipline.

4) Students apply motivational theories in their life.

5) Students show interest in training & development.

304 Management Accounting 1) Students know the Accounting concepts and its importance in business.

2) Students able to read the various accounting reports.

3) Students can interpret the relation between different accounting effects while doing entries of Business transactions.

4) Students can analyze the accounting reports and records.

5) Students develop interest in solving accounting problems.

305 Business Economics (Macro) 1) Students get knowledge about the Economical Definitions and concepts.

2) Students understand the importance of   Macro Economics.

3) Students interpret the economy as whole and its key factors.

4) Students use to develop patriotism towards nation and its economic development.

5) Students learn cause-effect relationship among various economic factors.

306 I.T. in Management 1) Students know the Information Technology concepts.

2) Students understand the importance of IT in Management.

3) Students use IT Tools to prepare, analyze and design management reports.

4) Students apply technological change as management shifting.

5) Students use to read about Information systems in Management.

401 Production & Operations Management 1) Students know the Production concepts and Operations.

2) Students understand the production methods and importance of production planning.

3) Students identify the production problems.

4) Students apply to identify ergonomically designs of product and its features.

5) Students use to develop creative ideas about new products.

402 Industrial Relations & Labour laws 1) Students learn the laws about employees and importance of industrial relations.

2) Students understand the employee contributions and participations in solving any industrial disputes.

3) Students identify the labour`s  problems.

4) Students apply labour rights to create awareness about.

5) Students read with interest cases about labour laws.

403 Business Taxation 1) Students know the Taxation concepts and articles of it.

2) Students understand the importance of taxation policies.

3) Students identify the taxable and non-taxable entities.

4) Students able to analyze the Taxation Forms and Reports.

 

404 International Business 1) Students know the International Business policies and its importance in balanced development.

2) Students understand the importance of Imports and exports.

3) Students read and tell Foreign exchange rates.

4) Students know the roles of International agencies to overcome regional development.

 

 

405 Management Information System 1) Students know the various Management Information Systems and concepts of it.

2) Students understand the role of Decision Support Systems in Management.

3) Students show interest in the Information Systems Development.

4) Students apply to identify issues in Management Information System.

5) Students use to develop creative ideas about new ways to solve management problems.

406 Business Exposure 1) Students get exposure to actual industrial works and activities.

2) Students enjoy the field visit to Industrial / Business Plants.

3) Students show interest in Business activities run in day to day business.

4) Students identify issues in Business Operations.

5) Students prepare report of Industrial Visits.

 

 

T.Y.B.B.A. SEM V
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome
501 Supply Chain and Logistics Management 1. Students got to know about the fundamentals of Supply Chain and Logistics

2. Students understood the Concepts of materials and logistics management

 3. Students got familiarized with issues of inventory and trends of supply chain and logistics in contemporary issues as physical distribution, procurement, warehousing and dispatch management    

502 Entrepreneurship Development  1) Students go to know about the insights of Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship

2) Students got awareness about the Business opportunity Identification and Preliminary Project Report(PPR)

3) Students showed interest and practiced Business plan from the point view of entrepreneur

4) Students used their skills in learning Institutional Support to New Venture

503 Business Law 1) Students got to know the legal terms and concepts

2) Students understood the India Contract Act 1872, the Sales of Goods Act 1930, Companies Act, 1956, Information Technology Act, 2000 and Right to Information Act, 2005

3) Students try to comprehend applicability of legal principles to situations in Business world by referring to few decided leading cases

504 Research Methodology 1)  Students are provided with basic understanding of research process and tools for the same

2)  Students are made well versed with sources of data collection as primary and secondary.

3) Students practiced and understood the knowledge and skills about data analysis and interpretation

3) Students developed the capability in writing skills for Business research by using the necessary tools and techniques necessary of research

505 – A Analysis of Financial Statement (Finance Specialization) 1) Students got knowledge about the interpretation and analysis of financial statements effectively

2) Students made acquainted with current financial practices

3) Students interpreted Ratio Analysis, Cash Flows, Fund Flows.

4) Students were made aware about financial statements as part of their professional responsibilities as

505 – B Sales Management

(Marketing Specialization)

1) Students knew the basic understanding of the Processes and skills necessary to be successful in personal selling and insights about recent trends in sales management Information Technology concepts.

2) Students understood the tools and techniques necessary to effectively manage the sales function – organization – sales individual.

3) Students got used with concepts of advanced skills in the areas of interpersonal communications, Motivational techniques   IT Tools to prepare, analyze and design management reports

505 – C Human Resource Management Principles and Functions (Human Resource Management Specialization) 1) Students got to understand concept, principles and practices of H.R.M.

2) Students understood the HR Planning

3) Students are exposed to Recruitment and Selection Process though Practice work.

4) Students practiced cases with applicability of Training and Development Personnel records reports and audit

505 – D Management of Services (Service Sector Management) 1) Students learnt in depth knowledge of services as an essential economic activity.

2) Students got the overall understanding about special features of services, various concepts and issues related with management of services.

3) Students got to know about Services Operations

505 – E Agricultural and Rural Development

(Agri Business Management)

1) Students knew the importance of rural economy of India

2) Students understood the role of agribusiness management in development of

3) Students identify the taxable and non-taxable entities.

4) Students are made well versed with Role of Corporate Sector and Agri. Export

 

506 – A Long Term Finance (Finance Specialization) 1) Students knew the study of long-term financing

2) Students got well-acquainted regarding current financial structure

3) Students read and studied about dividend policies

506 – B Retail Management

(Marketing Specialization)

1) Students got insights into all functional areas of retailing.

2) Students understood the a perspective of the Indian retail scenario

 3) Students identified the paradigm shifts in retailing business with increasing scope of technology and e-business.

506 – C Human Resource Practices (Human Resource Management Specialization) 1) Students got familiarize the concept  & practices

2) Students practiced a HR Plan with Recruitment and Selection

3) Students studded about  Welfare issues concerned with Labor

506 – D Marketing Services (Service Sector Management) 1) Students learnt in depth knowledge of delivering services

2) Students got the overall understanding about Services Marketing Mix

3) Students got to know about Managing Services Competitions

506 – E International Agri. Systems

(Agri Business Management)

1) Students knew the farming system and recent issues in agriculture sector

2) Students understood export potential of Agri. Business

3) Students identified FDI n Agri Business Opportunities

T.Y.B.B.A. SEM VI
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome
601 Business Planning and Project Management 1. Students got acquainted with the planning process in business and familiarize them with the function and techniques of project management

2. Students understood the Concepts Network Techniques

 3. Students got familiarized with Project Audit and Life Cycle of Project

602 Event Management 1) Students go to know about the concepts, issues and various aspects of event management

2) Students got idea about Facets of Event Management

3) Students showed interest and practiced marketing of an Event in Reality 

4) Students used their skills in evaluating the event

603 Management Control System 1) Students got to know the function of management control, its nature, functional areas, and techniques.

2) Students understood the Computers in MCS

3) Students try to comprehend applicability MCS for real time project

604 E-Commerce 1)  Students are provided with basic understanding of the concept of electronic commerce

2)  Students are made well versed with concept of electronic commerce

3) Students practiced and understood the knowledge and skills about concept of Cyber Law & Cyber Jurisprudence

 

605 – A Financial Services (Finance Specialization) 1) Students got knowledge about the financial services in India  as Indian Financial System, Financial Markets, Banking and Insurance Sector in India and Recent Trends in Accounting and Finance

2) Students made acquainted with current financial practices

3) Students well acquainted with Financial Markets

605 – B Advertising and Sales Promotion

(Marketing Specialization)

1) Students knew the Measurement of Effective Advertising

2) Students understood the Copy Decisions

3) Students got used with concepts of Media Decisions

4) Students studied Sales Promotion And Brand Equity

605 – C Labour Laws (Human Resource Management Specialization) 1) Students got to understand important legal provisions governing the industrial

2) Students understood the Labour Laws in India

3) Students are exposed to the Employees Provident Funds And Miscellaneous with different cases

4) Students practiced cases with applicability of The Employees State Insurance Act,1948

, The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act,1986 and Maternity Benefits Act,1961

605 – D Special Services of Marketing in India (Service Sector Management) 1) Students learnt in depth knowledge  about nature of services in India

2) Students got the overall understanding  towards marketing of services in India

3) Students got to know about  upcoming areas of services in India

605 – E Recent Treds I Agri Business

(Agri Business Management)

1) Students knew the importance of agro base industries in Indian economy

2) Students understood services associated with Agriculture Business

606 – A Cases in Finance (Finance Specialization) 1) Students understood how projected financial statements to be submitted to the bank for loan proposal.   

2) Students got well-acquainted regarding Analysis & interpretations of financial statement with the help of Techniques like Ratio analysis, Fund flow Analysis, Cash flow Analysis

3) Students read and studied about dividend policies and Students identified the scope of project in related Insurance sector and working Capital Management

606 – B Cases in Marketing (Marketing Specialization) ) Students got familiarize with application of theory into practice in Marketing Specialization

2) Students prepared a project report on the topics selected under the guidance of a faculty and submit one hard binding copy and one soft copy of the same to the Principal of the college

3) Students studded about  Case Studies:- Case – Meaning – Objectives of Case Studies – Characteristics & Importance of Case Studies – Guidelines for Case Studies & Cases Discussion

4) Facts of the case

• Analysis

• Solution

• Action points

• Conclusion

606 – C Cases in Human Resource (Human Resource Management Specialization) 1) Students got familiarize with application of theory into practice in HR Specialization

2) Students prepared a project report on the topics selected under the guidance of a faculty and submit one hard binding copy and one soft copy of the same to the Principal of the college

3) Students studded about  Case Studies:- Case – Meaning – Objectives of Case Studies – Characteristics & Importance of Case Studies – Guidelines for Case Studies & Cases Discussion

4) Facts of the case

• Analysis

• Solution

• Action points

• Conclusion

606 – D Cases in Services Sector (Service Sector Management) 1) Students got familiarize with application of theory into practice in Services Sector Specialization

2) Students prepared a project report on the topics selected under the guidance of a faculty and submit one hard binding copy and one soft copy of the same to the Principal of the college

3) Students studded about  Case Studies:- Case – Meaning – Objectives of Case Studies – Characteristics & Importance of Case Studies – Guidelines for Case Studies & Cases Discussion

4) Facts of the case

• Analysis

• Solution

• Action points

606 – E Cases in Agri Business Management (Agri Business Management) 1) Students got familiarize with application of theory into practice in Agri. Business Specialization

2) Students prepared a project report on the topics selected under the guidance of a faculty and submit one hard binding copy and one soft copy of the same to the Principal of the college

3) Students studded about  Case Studies:- Case – Meaning – Objectives of Case Studies – Characteristics & Importance of Case Studies – Guidelines for Case Studies & Cases Discussion

4) Facts of the case

• Analysis

• Solution

• Action points