B.B.A. - Bachelor of Business Administration
|Eligibility:||Plus two examination with 50% Marks (45% marks in case of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe Candidates)|
|Any examination of a university / Board / College or School in a foreign country recognised as equivalent for the above purpose by the Vice Chancellor /Equivalence committee or on the recommendation of association of Indian UniversitiesAIU house 16 Kotla Marg Delhi-110002, with 50% marks (45% in case of SC/ST candidates).|
|Application Form:||Separate application form duly filled in along with bank draft! cash of Rs. 300/- as an entrance fees payable and accompanying the following documents should be submitted to:-|
The Director cum Principal BBA, NSCBM, Govt. Post Graduate College Hamirpur 177005 (H.P.) INDIA
|1. Attested copies of the certificates of Matriculation or its equivalent examination and Plus Two (10+2) or its equivalent examination with the conversion formula of grade into percentage wherever applicable with relevant testimonials.|
|2. Proof of the Birth (if not given in the Matriculation Certificate, Attested photocopies of supporting documents).|
|Basis of Admission:|
There shall be an admission test of 2 hours for candidates seeking admission to BBA course. Admission to BBA comprises of four stages l.e, Application rating, written test (consisting of general English, general mathematics, general knowledge and general management), Group discussion and interview these shall be hundred questions. The weightage assigned in computing merits is as follows:
1. Application Rating: 30 marks (15 marks each for matric and +2 examination level on the basis of percentage scored in the examination while computing merit a candidate having commerce or mathematics as a subject in plus two level will be given additional weightage of 10% of aggregate marks obtained by him/her in +2 examination.
2. Written Test : 50Marks (100 Questions)
3. Group Discussion : 10 Marks
4. Interview : 10 Marks The written test in an instrument for screening the candidates for group discussion & interviews. Normally, three candidates for each seat will be called on the basis of written test for further selection.
Note: Self financing seats shall be filled on the basis of the total merit of the students. However the college reserves the right to fill any vacant seat (s) in the self financing category on the performance of the candidates in the past examinations, if sufficient number of students do not qualify for the admission on the basis of competitive examinations, merit will be computed on the basis of matric and 10+2 or equivalent examinations having equal weightage, candidates having commerce or Mathematics as a subject at +2 level will be given additional weightage of 10% aggregate marks obtained by him/her in 10+2 or equivalent examination only eligible candidates depending on the number of seats, shall be admitted to the programme