BBA DEPARTMENT

BBA DEPARTMENT

Government Ramnarayan Chellaram College of Commerce and Management , Affiliated to Bangalore University, Approved by AICTE , New Delhi, Recognized by the UGC, Government of India and the Government of Karnataka, Reaccredited by NAAC with 'B' Grade.

Admission Procedure: 10+2 Science/Commerce

Business Administration programme offers wide exposure to students with comprehensive knowledge on business theories and models and their application to the real world. The students are trained to provide imaginative and innovative solutions to business problems that encompass human need and with ethical values. Department of Business Administration (formerly BBM, Business Management) was established in the year 1996 as a self financing programme. The curriculum is d keeping the university syllabus and using the autonomy latter the curriculum is red emphasizing on leadership qualities, entrepreneurial traits, team work, problem solving and critical thinking for decision making. The syllabus is either updated or revisited periodically through BOS to suit the needs of the students of this area

The college is affiliated to Bangalore City University

The college offers specialization in 

  • Marketing Group
  • Finance Group

 Vision & Mission

The vision of the department is ‘Creating Excellence in Business Administration’. This is achieved through a well d mission which is meticulously planned. Taking the expertise advice, curriculum is updated to match contemporary practices. Project work is one of the courses in the final semester of the programme, where students have to identify a problem in the business environment and study in detail through systematic data collection, tabulation and analyzing thereafter and have to submit the findings in the form of a written report. Industrial visits are periodically undertaken to gain practical exposure of a business organization. To mention few, Biscuit factory at Bangalore, Soap factory, Tea factory, Paper industry, milk processing unit and so on were visited. Students also tour to different places to see the varieties in culture, practice, tradition and appreciate the values imbibed in them.

Programme Objectives

To provide high quality professional education to management students.

• To prepare students to meet the managerial challenges of the 21st century.

• To focus on the holistic development of the student with conceptual clarity, analytical ability, critical thinking and communication skills.

• To prepare young minds with a positive attitude for excellent performance and committed service.

• To facilitate the entrepreneurial journey of students by providing them with the breadth and depth of knowledge required to start a business.

• To develop management professionals who are able to leverage theoretical knowledge to design sustainable solutions to real world problems

Programme Outcomes:

• Holistically developed management graduates ready to meet the challenges of the 21st century

• Graduates who have conceptual clarity, analytical ability, critical thinking and communication skills.

• Graduates with a positive attitude for excellent performance and committed service.

• Graduates who are confident entrepreneurs equipped with the right knowledge, skills and attitudes.

• Graduates who are able to leverage theoretical knowledge to design sustainable solutions to real world problems.

Guest Lecture:

The Department organizes a series of seminars, weekly guest lecturers to provide contemporary knowledge and skills, both functional & integrative in different areas of business administration by eminent people on contemporary issues and developments.

Classroom Deliberations

The pedagogy used in the deliverables of the Management program is the experiential teaching/learning processes. Coupled with this is the course wise case studies and presentations, individually, by the students to make learning different from rote learning. 

Personality development

Personality development and soft skill programmes are integrated with course-ware to facilitate the students in the career options. It involves written analysis & Communication skills, development of inter/intra personal skills, interviewing skills, etiquette, body language and a host of other soft skills development activities.

Club activities

Weekly club Activities with domain specialists in Marketing, Finance, Human Resource and Production & Operations apart from the ET club and Toast Masters enable students to harness their intrinsic potential.

Value Added Programmes  

Value Added courses include” Written Analysis and communication”, Soft skills and personality Development Progammes and Indian Ethos and Gandhian thoughts, to name a few. These courses have been designed specifically for our students to make them good corporate citizens with high ethical and moral values. 

         
Industrial visits

Industrial visits help identify gaps in the classroom deliberations with the real time scenario. Regular industrial visits are organized to benefit the student.

STUDENT STRENGTH FROM 2015-16 TO 2020-21

 

Year

I BBA

II BBA

III BBA

TOTAL

2015-16

110

73

91

274

2616-17

67

94

70

231

2017-18

105

55

81

241

2018-19

84

105

55

244

2019-20

99

72

85

256

 

 

List of Faculty members:

Sl.no

Name of the Faculty

Designation

  1. 1.       

Dr. Sree lakshmi.K

Assistant professor

  1. 2.       

Prof.Tahseen

Assistant professor

  1. 3.       

Dr. jayalakshmamma

Assistant professor

  1. 4.       

Dr  G  Nagaraja

Assistant professor

  1. 5.       

Prof.Bharathi

Assistant professor

  1. 6.       

DR.waseeha firdose

Assistant professor

  1. 7.       

Prof Tina Cherry

Assistant professor

  1. 8.       

Prof.Venkatesh

Assistant professor

  1. 9.       

Prof.Hemalatha N.D

Assistant professor

 

RESULTS FROM 2015-16 TO 2018-19

 

Year

Semester

Appeared

First Class

Second Class

Pass Class

Total pass %

 

 

 

No.

%

No.

%

No.

%

 

2

0

1

5

-

1

6

I

99

17

17.17

25

25.25

5

5.05

47.47

II

94

12

12.76

15

15.95

6

6.38

35.1

III

73

15

20.54

19

26.02

40

8.21

54.79

IV

91

13

14.28

10

10.98

10

10.98

36.26

V

92

9

9.78

15

16.30

34

10.86

36.17

VI

72

15

20.83

13

18.05

12

16.66

62.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

0

1

6

-

1

7

I

62

19

30.64

12

19.35

-

-

50

II

54

14

25.92

15

27.77

-

-

53.7

III

90

25

27.77

21

23.33

-

-

51.1

IV

88

35

30.08

20

22.72

1

1.13

63.3

V

72

7

9.72

13

18.05

1

1.38

29.16

VI

72

33

45.83

21

29.16

2

2.77

77.7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

0

1

7

-

1

8

I

97

21

21.64

02

2.06

-

 

23.71

II

99

-

-

24

24.24

7

7.07

31.31

III

50

43

86

5

10

-

-

96

IV

50

27

54

1

2

1

2

58

V

87

33

37.93

18

20.68

1

1.14

59.77

VI

86

66

76.74

2

2.32

9

10.46

79.48

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

0

1

8

-

1

9

I

81

22

27.16

-

-

-

-

 

II

81

7

8.64

20

24.69

6

7.40

 

III

92

20

21.73

1

1.06

-

-

 

IV

88

22

25

3

3.40

-

-

 

V

48

17

35.41

2

4.16

-

-

 

VI

48

8

16.66

1

2.08

2

4.16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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