BBA

Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA)

The Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) program at Morgan is designed to build up professional managers and entrepreneurs by providing students with sound conceptual foundation and practical skills in various areas of business. Morgan BBA aims at developing students’ intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate blend of business and general education. BBA is a four years (eight semesters), 129 credit hours academic program that enables students in understanding and developing the unique leadership qualities required for successfully managing, an organizational unit of an enterprise. To develop a student’s intellectual ability, executive personality, team spirit, group dynamics, leadership qualities and managerial skills, Morgan adopts the following teaching-learning activities:
• Guest lectures • Presentation • Case studies • Project work • Seminars • Term papers • Group discussions • Outdoor leadership & team work practices • Industrial visits • Report writing

Admission Procedure

The following documents should be submitted with application forms:

  • Copies of 10+2/Intermediate or equivalent degree from recognized college with cumulative score of minimum of 45%
  • Duly fi lled up Admission Form
  • In case applicant has completed his/her intermediate from International Board, a copy of Admit Card should be attached

Written Test

All the applicants should appear for the written test to assess their knowledge and competence for the program. The entrance test will be specifi ed on these areas: Verbal Ability, Quantitative Techniques, General Awareness and Logical Reasoning. Only short-listed candidates will be called for interview.

Interview

The interview aims to check the general knowledge & skills of the students in areas related to their aptitude, attitude & communication skill.

Final Selection

The final selection of the candidates for admission will be based on their academic record, their performance in the entrance test, interview and their attitude towards the program and institutional norms and values.