Dr Moonje Institute Of Management & Computer Studi    07-Jun-2024
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Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 in India aims to overhaul the education system to make it more holistic, flexible, multidisciplinary, aligned to the needs of the 21st century, and aimed at bringing out the unique capabilities of each student. Here’s how the BBA course aligns with the NEP guidelines:

Eligibility Criteria

· Educational Qualification: Generally, students who have completed their 10+2 (higher secondary education) in any stream (Science, Commerce, or Arts) from a recognized educational board are eligible.

· Maharashtra Common Entrance Test(MH-CET)


· Flexible Duration: Under NEP, the BBA course can range from three to four years, offering multiple exit options:

Certificate: Exit after 1 year (completion of 2 semesters).

Diploma: Exit after 2 years (completion of 4 semesters).

Degree: Completion of 3 years (completion of 6 semesters).

Honors Degree: Completion of 4 years (completion of 8 semesters) with an additional focus on research or a major project.

Course Structure and Curriculum

 Core Subjects


 Electives and Minors:

 Practical Training:

 Internships: Many programs include mandatory internships to provide practical 

industry experience.

 Projects and Case Studies: Real-world business scenarios and projects to enhance

practical understanding.

 Workshops and Seminars: Interaction with industry professionals and exposure to

current trends.

Assessment and Evaluation

· Continuous Assessment: The NEP emphasizes continuous and comprehensive evaluation, including quizzes, assignments, projects, and presentations.

· End-Semester Exams: Traditional written exams conducted at the end of each semester.

· Practical Performance: Evaluation based on internships, practical projects, and participation in workshops.

Career Prospects

· Job Roles: Marketing Executive, Financial Analyst, Human Resource Manager, Business Consultant, Operations Manager, Sales Manager, Entrepreneur, and more.

· Industries: Banking, Finance, IT, FMCG, Retail, Consulting, Manufacturing, and more.

Further Education

· Master’s Degrees: Many BBA graduates pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or other specialized master’s degrees.

· Professional Certifications: Options include certifications like CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst), PMP (Project Management Professional), and others to enhance specific skills and career prospects.