B.B.M. or Bachelor of Business Management is an undergraduate Business Management course. Business Management program exposes students to a variety of subjects such as accounting, business law and ethics, economics, finance, management information systems, marketing, operations management, organizational behaviour and management, operations research, and strategic management. This course is developed to make students to be well with management techniques prevail in the corporate world. It is similar to B.B.A. Only the difference is that BBA is considered as Business Administration, whereas B.B.M. insists on Business Management. The duration of this bachelor degree is generally three academic years and may also differentiate from place to place and its syllabus is divided into six semesters. It may be provided on part time basis by certain institutes.
The Bachelor of Business Management provides a comprehensive basis for a career in business while being flexible enough to let you pursue areas that particularly interest you. It is designed to equip you with the skills and self-confidence to effectively manage and adapt to a wide range of competitive and constantly changing business environments.Studying for a business and management studies degree allows you to develop a broad understanding of business organisations and provides you with subject-specific knowledge in areas such as markets, customers, finance, operations, communication, information technology and business policy and strategy.
B.B.A. or Bachelor of Business Administration is an undergraduate Business Management course. The duration of Bachelor of Business Administration is 3-4 years,divided into a number of semesters. The course can be pursued either as a Full-Time Graduate Course or Part Time Graduate Course i.e. through Correspondence or Distance Education depending upon one’s choice. B.B.A. is often referred as B.B.A. (General) or B.B.A. Pass Course. It is General in the sense that it is not Subject Specific and one can choose a number of combinations of subjects, apart from 1-2 Compulsory Subjects. These combinations vary from institute to institute.
Bachelor's degree programs in Business Administration are also known by various names in different institutes; B.B.S. (Bachelor of Business Studies), B.M.S.(Bachelor of Management Studies) etc. are courses which are more or less the same thing. B.B.A. Course is designed to provide basic understanding about Management education and to train the students in communication skills effectively which inculcate entrepreneurship skills. The students are prepared to explore opportunities being newly created in management profession. Business Administration study methodology involves training through practical experience in the form of case studies, projects, presentations, industrial visits, and interaction with experts from the industry.
Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance , Legal Studies,Management ,Management information systems ,Marketing , Supply chain management
M.B.A. stands for Master of Business Administration. It is a Postgraduate Degree Course whose area of expertise is studying the various aspects of a Business SetUp. Business Administration is the process of managing all the aspects of a business to enhance and/or improve the growth and stability of a Business Enterprise. It is normally a 2 years program with 2 or more Semesters varying as per the institute’s policy. The M.B.A. course strengthens the theoretical, analytical and applied knowledge base of Business Administration.
Master of Business Administration Degree is one the most sought after Degree which a candidate belonging to any stream can achieve. The IIM and other autonomous business schools offer a Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) or Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM) which is recognized in India as similar to an MBA degree. Government accreditation bodies such as AICTE established that autonomous business schools can offer only the PGDM or PGPM, whereas a post-graduate degree can be awarded by a university-affiliated colleges, in two-year full-time program. The curriculum of the PGDM or PGPM and MBA degrees are equivalent, though PGDM or PGPM is industry-oriented and mainly focuses on building soft skills. However, a PGDM or PGPM holder cannot pursue Ph.D. Since it is not recognized. Non-government accredited Business Schools have mushroomed up owing to the popularity of Business Administration. 1 year fast-track programs have also proliferated in India, especially for candidates with work experience. Such programs are commonly known as Post Graduate Programme (PGP) in Business Management.
The list of the most popular MBA specializations in no particular order is as follows:
Marketing, Human Resources, Finance ,Information Systems,Consulting, Entrepreneurship,Operations Management, Supply chain management, Internation Business.
General MBA: The general MBA courses provides study on all aspects of management and is as such often referred as ‘Holistic Management Science’. After, the First Year, a candidate can take up a specialization of his choice and understanding in the Second Year. General M.B.A. provides a much wider base of knowledge and enables one to shift in other sectors as well.
Specialized MBA: Specialized MBA provides a specialisation in various branches of Business Administration like Retail, Infrastructure, Agriculture, Banking Finance Insurance etc. These courses provide a focused study on certain skills meant especially for the creating industry ready professionals for aforesaid specialisations.
Super Specialised MBA: Apart from the above mentioned courses, a new breed of M.B.A. is cropping, example - Super-Specialized MBA offered by ICoFP Business School in association with Gauhati University. It is 2 Year Industry Integrated fulltime MBA Course. Then there is M.BA +++ (Triple Plus) provided by International School of Management & Technology. There is also an M.B.A. Plus Program (also referred as Super-Specialized MBA) offered by Chronicle Business Academy.
P.G.D.M.or Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Development Studies) is a Business Study course. Development Studies is a multi disciplinary branch of social science which addresses issues of concern to developing countries. The minimum duration of this program is two years. It deals with key issues and problems of development as well as different theoretical perspectives to increase the student´s understanding of the preconditions for and content of development.
Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) is a postgraduate Business Study Management course. Course is designed to equip students with the skills and capabilities that will enable them to reach responsible global positions in management. It revolves around the principle that world-class business leaders are not mass-produced; they are nurtured and developed with personalized care and attention, in small work groups and teams, and in a practical, application-oriented, user-friendly environment.
Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Financial Management ,Operations Management, International Business,Information System.