When choosing a career path, you should carefully consider all aspects of what that career can offer you over the course of a lifetime. Business majors have more job security than other majors because they are needed in virtually all industries. Whether it’s Disney, Microsoft, or a large manufacturing plant, all industries need people with business acumen to function and prosper. This will always keep the demand for business majors relatively high, even in poor economic times.
The School of Business Studies was started in the year 1995 to impart Management & Commerce Education to motivate young budding managers. The Department of Management has long been recognized to offer leading undergraduate programs in BBA, B.Com Computer Application, B.Com Accounting & Finance with a total of number of 602 students and 17 staff members. The management major focuses on leadership and entrepreneurship to engage students in critical thinking and problem solving applicable in many careers.
A LEADER IS ONE WHO KNOWS THE WAY, GOES THE WAY, AND SHOWS THE WAY.
-JOHN C. MAXWELL
There are a number of potential career paths stemming from the management major, such as consulting analyst, financial advisor, human resource management, nonprofit management, rotational leadership programs, and entrepreneurship, including social entrepreneurship. Our students of BBA, B.Com (CA and A&F) & M.Com courses get placed in various positions like management trainees, IT professionals, HR consultants, and executives in Multi-National companies, Information Technology industries and other related companies. Many of our students are pursuing higher studies abroad. The knowledge gained through our program will enhance student’s effectiveness in their current position and help define their future career path. It will sharpen their skills in critical business areas, giving the self-confidence to become a leader in their profession.
The School of Business Studies was started in the year 1995 to impart Management & Commerce Education to motivate young budding managers. The Department of Commerce has exemplary post graduate course of M.Com. Master of Commerce (M.Comm) is a postgraduate degree focusing on commerce, management and economics related subjects. The curriculum is usually concentrated on one subject area such as accounting, economics, finance or marketing.
With an M.Com, you can apply for jobs in all industries in Corporate Finance or you can apply to Banks, Investment Banks, Equity Research and Advisory companies, Mutual Funds, Stock broking firms etc. It will help to do a professional course in Finance to improve your prospects such as, CFA, ICWA etc. Distance and flexible learning options can also be explored at www.icfai.com . Leading companies to work for include HLL, Infosys, Cipla, Nestle, Ranbaxy, (for corporate finance) HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Citibank, HSBC, Deutsche Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Citibank, HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, JM Morgan Stanley, Merill Lynch, Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB), Lehman Brothers, Ernst & Young, AF Ferguson, Pricewater House Coopers. You can also explore jobs in financial journalism with leading newspapers, television channels and business magazines. If you are inclined towards teaching , you could pursue a B.Ed or appear for the UGC-NET Exams for lecturership.
|I Year||II Year||III Year|
|Semester - I||Semester - III||Semester - V|
|Language-I||Corporate Accounting||Practical Auditing|
|English –I||Business Law||Elements of Cost Accounting|
|Financial Accounting||Banking Theory Law and Practice||Income Tax Law and Practice-I|
|Marketing||Entrepreneurial development||Financial Management|
|Business Statistics||Indian Economy – I||Port folio Management|
|Basic of Retail marketing/Basic Tamil||Environmental studies||Value Education|
|Essentials of Language and Communication – Level I||Personality Enrichment|
|Semester - II||Semester - IV||Semester - VI|
|Language-II||Advanced Corporate Accounting||Management Coounting|
|English –II||Financial services||Advance Cost Accounting|
|Advanced Financial Accounting||Principles of Management||Income Tax Law and Practice –II|
|Business Environment||Business Communication||Working Capital Management|
|Elements of Operations Research||Indian Economy - II||Capital Markets|
|Basic of Business Insurance/Basic Tamil||Environmental studies||Extension Activity|
|Essentials of Language and Communication – Level II||Quantitative Aptitude|
Tally 9 ERP is a certificate course provided for the final year B.Com courses in the V Semester
TALLY is a complete accounting, inventory, invoicing, taxation and payroll software.
Tally 9 ERP enables handling almost any kind of business transaction.
It is used by individuals, banks and business corporate to maintain their books of accounts
It is a multilingual accelerated technology engine.
Tally professionals highly demanded and have global opportunity
India is a market of great opportunities owing to its huge population. The development of the country is dependent on the number of businesses in the country. BBA courses offer an opportunity to acquire professional skills in the early stage of their career as a management professional and/or entrepreneur. This undergraduate course offers a deep understanding and development of important business skills such as leadership, communication skills, critical thinking, and decision making skill.
Its includes the performance or management of business operations and decision making, as well as the efficient organization of people and other resources, to direct activities toward common goals and objectives. ... A business administrator oversees a business and its operations.
• Financial Advisor.
• Financial Advisor.
• Commodities Trader.
• Human Resources.
• Loan Officer.
• Pursue A Postgraduate Degree In Management. BBA lays the foundation for MBA.
• Become An Entrepreneur.
• Work In The Government Sector.
• Work In Foreign Embassies.
BBA (3 Years): Bachelor of Business Administration is an undergraduate course which you can pursue after you have cleared your 12th standard. ... If you want to pursue your career in Management field, then BBA is the best option.
Though the nomenclature of BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) and BBM (Bachelor of Business Management) differs, both are professional courses, taught over a span of three years and are essentially the same, BBA is a better option for students who are interested in doing MBA after obtaining bachelor's degree.
The department of management is happy to share with you that it has produced 4 university ranks so far.
Tally course is offered for III rd. year students to enrich computerized accounting knowledge.
Yes, it is valid internationally.
The degree includes the completion of project work as mandatory part of the curriculum through which the students are expected to work in industries in chosen field.