Coaching for BBS Entrance ExamEduMentor
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The University of Delhi offers the BBS degree curriculum under the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences & Humanities. An exceptional wide-ranging organization programme, the program of study for BBS is scrupulous, bendable in addition to frequently augmented with the newest expansions in organization conjecture in addition to practice. The educational almanac is cemented on 6 modules and every module runs for a period of six months and after that semester examinations are conducted by DU. The first two semesters put down the necessary foundations. Encompassing foundation disciplines like Statistics, Economics, and Organizational Behavior in addition to Financial Accounting. The enlargement of organization theory as well as promotion are tracked back roughly a century as part of the syllabus. The second year constructs on the first in addition to brings in the students to topics like Market study, Cost bookkeeping, Business law, financial administration in addition to Human Resource Management. The last two semesters for the most part consist of electives depending on one's specialization. Options for specialization embrace Finance, Marketing along with Human Resource Management. In all students are requisite to do 24 obligatory papers along with 6 electives. Students can decide on for elective non-credit courses if they so desire.
Eligibility Criteria: The candidate should sheltered an cumulative of at least 60% marks in his/her XII class exam (55% for SC, ST, CW and PC categories) in four papers including English in addition to Mathematics. The other two papers are to be selected from the following list: Accountancy, Biology, Biotechnology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Geography, History, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology. The candidate ought to have acquired pass marks in each of the four papers considered for computing the aggregate in the above mentioned subjects.
Exam Pattern: The written test will cover 4 areas of selection viz. Quantitative Ability (Based on Mathematics up to class XII or its equivalent), Reasoning and Analytical Ability, General English and Business and General Awareness. The number of questions will be 150. The Group Discussion in addition to interview: Based on the performance in the written exam, selected candidates (approximately three times the number of seats for the applicable categories) shall be called for group discussion and interview to be held during last week of June/first week of July.