Faculty of Commerce & Management
School of Commerce
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Why BBA at SBUP?
EXPERIENCE and EXCELLANCE
Sri Balaji Society’s “Sri Balaji University, Pune”, is the University for Opportunities, and excellent centre for Management Education in Pune. Under the able guidance and leadership of its founding father and Chancellor, Professor Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian, it was developed and established a unique educational culture. Over the period of more than two decades of experience, Sri Balaji Society, Pune was given the opportunity to establish the University, Sri Balaji University, by the Maharashtra Government, by the Act, Maharashtra Act No. XII of 2019, in August 2019.
The four well-known management institutions of Sri Balaji Society, namely; ‘Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM)’, ‘Balaji Institute of Telecom Management (BITM)’, .Balaji Institute of International Business (BIIB)’, and ‘Balaji Institute of Management and Human Resources Development (BIMHRD) are now the Constituent Institutes of Sri Balaji University, Pune. Apart from these four institutions the Society also has a law college – Balaji Law College (BLC) and an Undergraduate college namely – Balaji College of Arts Commerce and Science (BCACS), both colleges affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, and also Balaji Junior College of Arts Commerce and Science (BCACS) which is approved by the Government of Maharashtra. At BCACS, Courses such as Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) are run with affiliation to SPPU.
University is having centralised library. Our library possesses more than 2,10,000 books comprising textbooks, reference books, books related to business and management, and many more. To promote learning and encourage students to develop an inclination towards the latest management research, each library has subscribed to about 185 journals and magazines comprising international and national editions along with subscriptions to 26 local and national newspapers.
The libraries have also made arrangements for sharing information and knowledge from several national and international online libraries and databases such as NDL- National Digital Library, EBSCO- EBSCO Management Collection & eBook Business Collection and has online subscriptions and editions to journals such as Human Resource Development Review, Global Journal of Emerging Market Economics and so on. 14 online journals and databases are made available for the students and faculty for study and research.
Each library possesses more than 345 CDs related to various subjects like, Psychometric test, IQ Test, ET in Class Room, aptitude test and CDs on Faculty Seminar Series published by Harvard Business School are also available.
The reading rooms of the libraries have comfortable chairs and desk facilities offering opportunities for serious research and study along with light reading and general reference with a seating capacity of approximately 120 to 180. It possesses a reprographic facility for the students and faculty members. Each library is equipped with 10 computer systems catering to the e-library and reference needs of its members and visitors.
We have consistent record of nearly 100% placements year after year, because of the Sri Balaji University’s grooming system and campus culture. In addition to good academic inputs during these two years, student managers are trained to fit themselves in to the requirements of the fast changing Industries.
Current campus placements (for the MBA Batch 2020-21) have crossed, even in the pandemic situation, 95% by the end of June 2021, and have been placed at top notch companies.
Winston Churchill, once said, “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us”. At Sri Balaji University, we firmly believe that the Campus infrastructure which is one of the most important inputs for the budding managers. The Campus facilities are the enablers in achieving the larger objective of giving a comfortable stay and a positive learning environment to student managers. The overall objective of creating great professionals, academicians, cannot be achieved unless the University is well-equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and the latest technology. It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say that Sri Balaji University Campus is one of the best B-school campuses in Pune.
- A candidate from any stream, should have passed 12th Std. Examination (H.S.C.10+2) with minimum 50% of marks and English as a passing subject. OR
- Three Years Diploma Course from Board of Technical Education, conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent, after S.S.C. i.e. 10th Standard. OR
- Two Years Diploma Course in Pharmacy from Board of Technical Education, conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent, after H.S.C. i.e. 12th Standard. OR
- Completed MCVC program.( Minimum Competency Vocational Courses)
- A candidate should have scored minimum 50 % marks in qualifying examination.(Minimum 45% for SC/ST candidates)
HOW TO APPLY
Eligible students can apply online. Please click on below link to apply.
- Eligible students can apply online. After scrutiny of the applications, eligible candidates will be informed the schedule of Brief Interactive Session & Personal Interview (PI)
- Brief Interactive Session - Student will have an opportunity to interact with senior faculty/Director to clear their doubts regarding the program.
- Personal Interview – Experts will interview and assess the candidates on various parameters including the suitability of the candidates for offered specialisations.
- Weightage - Marks obtained in HSC/qualifying exam will carry 50% weightage and Personal Interview will carry 50% weightage for preparation of finale merit list for admission.
- University reserves the right to make changes in this admission process as and when required
Due to current pandemic situation GD-PI will be conducted online.
We have expertise in conducting admission process online. We have conducted online admission process of thousands of MBA aspirants in last two years.
Fee Structure (in INR)
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(At the time of commencement of third semester)
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(At the time of commencement of fifth semester)
(By the end of October-2023)
All programs run under the aegis of the Sri Balaji University are specially approved for education loan from AVANSE, AXIS BANK, CREDILA (An HDFC Ltd. Co.), Bank of Baroda & Punjab National Bank. Sri Balaji Society, Pune has signed MoUs with these banks. An education loan can be availed from any of the mentioned banks/NBFCs. However, students have the liberty to approach any other bank as per their convenience.
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Following specialisations shall be offered from third semester onwards. Students can opt for any one of the following specialisations
a. Marketing Management
The specialisation in Marketing Management allows students to develop an understanding in business management with special focus on marketing domain. It exposes students to multiple and critical areas in the subject right from the Principles of Marketing Management to understanding various facets of Marketing Management. The program is designed to develop analytical thinking among the management students and to sensitize them about the society and surrounding environment.
b. Accounting & Finance
This program provides students a unique opportunity to study the interrelated subjects of Finance and Business Management. It also enables them to develop relevant competencies and skill sets which are critical to the smooth performance of any management function and would enhance their employability.
In this program the students are exposed to a wide range of core courses through which they achieve a holistic learning of Business administration while focusing on an in-depth study of Finance. Throughout the program a strategic application perspective has been incorporated and emphasized so as to provide the students with both a conceptual foundation along with an exposure to real life business scenarios.
c. Human Resources Management
Human Resources Management is the subtle combination of the study of management and general B.B.A. program; with specialized training in Human Resources. It is made of six semesters in which the first two semesters are common to all the B.B.A. courses and the last four focus on the specialized subjects related to the Human Resources Department in an organization. It is a career opening in nature and provides many job opportunities to the candidates.
d. Business Analytics
BBA Business Analytics is a specialised programme that is aimed to develop business analytics professionals for variety of industries. Business Analytics is a combination of Data Analytics and Business Intelligence. It is the science of analysing data to find out patterns that will be helpful in developing strategies. This programme helps to attain the knowledge required to drive key business decisions. It will also help in developing the necessary skills to carry out analytical procedures and support an organisation by figuring out ways to improve and optimise existing business processes with ease.
e. International Business
In today’s globalized world, enterprises large and small seek employees who have the ability to perform in multicultural situations and contrasting business environments.
The International Business Specialization equips students to succeed in cross-border work environments with courses that instruct on management across cultures, international marketing and global contexts. The curriculum qualifies students to assess impact by global region on management functions in a range of industries.
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a specialization in Entrepreneurship is designed to prepare future entrepreneurs.
Given the many responsibilities associated with running a business, the curriculum for entrepreneurship programs are often extensive, including classes in quantitative techniques, marketing, accounting and finance. By the final year of the program, courses are often more focused towards business management itself, including courses in operations management, human resource management, and business ethics. Students will develop expertise in evaluating opportunities and successful business models, creating business plans and attracting venture capital.
g. Operations & Supply Chain Management
Operations and Supply Chain Management aspects have always been vital to organizations. The program in Operations provides the students an opportunity to pursue their academic interests in the Area of Operations/Supply Chain Management (SCM). The area focuses on designing, operating, and improving the productive systems—the systems that produce and deliver products and/or services. Organizations perform transformational processes of various types, for example, physical (as in manufacturing), locational (as in transportation or warehousing), exchange (as in retailing), etc. The program enables participants to ensure that these transformation processes are performed efficiently and that the output is of greater value than the sum of the inputs.