Business Management

Management is one of the most diverse fields that a student could opt to make his or her career in. A management education supplies some basic values essential to succeed in one’s career. These include a combination of hard skills (marketing, finance, economics, accounting, operations etc.) and soft skills (leadership, team work, communication etc.)

Traditionally, students would complete an undergraduate course and then pursue an MBA or a PGDBM to enter the field of management. More often than not, the undergraduate course which the student completed would not be directly associated with management. It is a well-known fact that a majority of engineering students would opt for a post graduate course in management after their technical undergraduate education. The core management education was acquired at the masters’ level. The advent of undergraduate courses (including various degree courses like BBA, BBM and BMS etc.) gives an opportunity to the student to start management education right from undergraduate level.

In the past, getting a management degree (at undergraduate and postgraduate level) required students to secure admission twice – once for the undergraduate degree and then again for the postgraduate one. With the advent of integrated programs, the student can get into a reputed institute through a single point of entry after 12th standard.




5 Year Integrated Programs

  • IPM (Integrated Program in Management)
  • 5 Years Integrated BBA + MBA
  • i-MBA (Integrated Masters in Business Administration)

3 Year Bachelor’s Degree Programs

  • BBA (Bachelors in Business Administration)
  • BMS (Bachelors in Management Studies)
  • BBS (Bachelor of Business Studies)
  • BBM (Bachelors in Business Management)
  • BSBA (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration)
  • Business Houses/Corporations
  • Multinational corporations
  • Export/trading organizations
  • Advertising agencies
  • Public Sector Enterprises
  • Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Business Consultancy
  • Financial Institutions
  • Self-Employment/Family Business
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • IT/Systems
  • Human Resource
  • Business Consulting
  • International Law
  • Marketing Communications
  • International Business
  • Pass grade or 60% in Std. 12 (10+2 or equivalent exam) and may vary according to the institute

Each college has a separate procedure for admissions. They either have an entrance exam or a combination of entrance exam and 12th std. marks of the student. Some of the entrance exams are:

For 5 Year Integrated Programs

For 3 Year Bachelors Program

  • Most exams are held from the last week of April to the first or second week of June.
  • Notifications are published in leading newspapers from the 1st week of December
  • The application process for most colleges ends by 31st March

We have five programs for Post 12th Business Management Entrance Exam Preparation – 2 Year, 1 Year, Crash, Crash Extended and Correspondence Programmes.