Generally, candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Examination (XII standard) conducted by the Government of India or an equivalent examination shall be eligible to join the first year of the UG degree courses in this University, subject to the condition that the candidates satisfy certain specific conditions, if any, prescribed by the University, for admission to the respective courses.

All the candidates who have qualified with the following examinations are exempted from the production of Eligibility certificate, during admission to UG Diploma and Certificate courses:

  • Higher Secondary Certificate course (+2), conducted by the Government of India.
  • All India Senior School Certificate course, conducted by CBSC
  • Delhi Senior School Certificate course, conducted by CBSC
  • Indian School Certificate course, conducted by ICSE

About the Program

The department is structured such as to educate managers and organization leaders of the future. These leaders and managers will be able to work successfully in an increasingly complex and ever-changing environment in order to attain and maintain a long-term competitive edge over their competitors. Intensive theory and practice-based curriculum are offered by our department which creates an academic experience that is contemporary, challenging, diverse, globally oriented, and professionally focused. The program requires the completion of 132 credits.

Business Management Learning Outcomes

1. Develop critical and strategic thinking, improve analytic skills and techniques, and enhance effective decision-making.

2. Demonstrate ability in teamwork, collaboration, and leadership.

3. Understand social and legal issues both within local and global environments.

4. Acquire proficiency in English and utilize effective communication skills.

5. Gain IT skills that are conducive to research using various resources and databases.

6. Put knowledge acquired into the practical experience through an on-site internship(s) before graduation.

7. Gain ethical consciousness and behavior required by the business management discipline.

8. Explain the importance of Human Resource Management to the overall management of an organization.

9. Record transactions and prepare financial statements for a business entity.

10. Analyze and synthesize financial, statistical, and quantitative data to assist future business leaders in making sound decisions and judgments.

11. Recognize the need for lifelong learning and the importance of staying current in business literacy, events, methodologies, and information technology tools.

12. Be able to work cohesively in an international environment, by respecting the values of other cultures in business and personal areas.