Here you will get BBA First Sem Syllabus

                                                       BBA(Bachelor of Business Administration)

                                                                         1st Semester Syllabus

                                               Number of Subjects(Per Semester) = 6


                                              1. BUSINESS ECONOMICS

                                              2.FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND ANALYSIS

                                              3.COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

                                              4.MANAGEMENT PROCESS AND ORGANISATIONAL                                                                                         BEHAVIOUR

                                              5.BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

                                              6.COMPUTER APPLICATIONS LAB

BBA First Sem Syllabus



Introduction to business economics and fundamental concepts



Definition of business economics

Difference between business economics and economics

Contribution and application of business economics to business

Micro vs macroeconomics

Opportunity cost

Time value of money



Market forces and equilibrium

Risk, return and profit


UNIT: 2 ( BBA First Sem Syllabus )

Consumer behavior and demand analysis

Cardinal utility approach: Diminishing marginal utility, Law of Equi marginal utility

Ordinal utility approach: Indifference curve, Marginal rate of substitution, Budget line and consumer equilibrium

Theory of demand

Law of demand

Movement along vs shift in the demand curve

Concept of measurement of elasticity of demand

Factors affecting elasticity of demand

Income elasticity of demand

Cross elasticity of demand

Advertising elasticity of demand

Demand forecasting: Need, objectives, and methods in brief

UNIT : 3

Theory of production

Meaning and concept of production

Factors of production and production function

Fixed and variable factors

Law of variable proportion(Short-run production analysis)

Law of returns to a scale(Long run production analysis) through ISO quants

Unit: 4

Cost analysis and price-output decision

Concept of cost

Cost function

Short-run cost

Long-run cost

Economies and diseconomies of scale

Explicit cost and implicit cost

The private and social cost

Pricing under perfect competition

Pricing under monopoly

Control of monopoly

Price discrimination

Pricing under monopolistic competition

Pricing under oligopoly



Unit 1

Meaning and scope of accounting

Objectives and nature of accounting

Definition and functions of accounting

Bookkeeping and accounting

Interrelationship of accounting with other disciplines

Branches of accounting

Limitation of accounting

Accounting principles and standards

Accounting principles

Accounting concepts and conventions

Meaning and relevance of GAAP

Introduction to accounting standards issued by ICAI

Unit 2

Journalizing transactions

Journal entries

Compound Journal Entries

Opening Entry

Leder posting and trial balance

Preparation for ledger



Sales and purchase book and trial balance

Company final accounts

Preparation of final accounts with adjustments

Trading account

Profit and loss account

A balance sheet as per schedule – 3 of the new companies act 2013.

Unit 3

Depreciation, Provisions, and Reserves

Concept of depreciation

Causes of depreciation

Basic features of depreciation

Meaning of depreciation accounting

Objectives of providing depreciation

Fixation of depreciation amount

Method of recording depreciation

Methods of providing depreciation

Depreciation policy

AS-6(Revised) provisions and reserves

Change of method of depreciation

Contemporary Issues and challenges in accounting

Human resource accounting

Green accounting

Inflation accounting

Price level accounting

Social responsibility accounting

Unit 4

Shares and share capital

Introduction to joint-stock company


Share capital

Accounting entries

Under subscription


Calls in arrears

Issue of shares at a premium

Issue of shares at a discount

Forfeiture of shares

Surrender of shares

Right shares

Issue of debentures

Method of Redemption

Redemption of debentures

Overview of stock exchanges of India

Role of SEBI


3).Computer applications

Unit 1

Basics of computer

Characteristics of computers

Input-output devices(Hardware, software, humans are and firmware)

Functions of different units of computer

Classification of computers

Computer memory

Primary memory(ROM and RAM)

Secondary memory(Hard disk optical disk)

Unit 2

Computer software

Types of software

Introduction to an operating system

Functions of OS

Types of OS

Booting procedure

Start-up sequence

Windows OS

Introduction to GUI, Important terms like directory, File, Volume, Label and Drive name

Translators and languages 


Interpreter and assembler

Types of computer languages

Unit 3

Desktop components

Introduction to a word processor

Presentation Software

Advanced Excel

Introduction, features, applications and advanced functions of Excel

Creating tables

Graphs and charts

Table formatting

Worksheets management

Sort and filters tools


Mathematical functions

Statistical functions

Date and time functions

Text functions

Financial functions

Analyze data with Pivot tables

Create and manage scenarios and summaries

Unit 4

Computer networks and IT applications

Data communication concepts

Types of communication media

Concepts of computer networks




Network topologies

Networking devices

OSI model

Information technology and society

Application of information technology in railways



Online banking system


Inventory Control

Financial systems

Hotel management


Entertainment and health

Security issues in information technology


Unit 1






Managerial levels


Functions and roles

Management vs Administrator

Coordination as the essence of management


Nature, scope, objectives of planning

Types of plans

Planning process

Process and techniques of Decision Making

Bounded rationality


Concept, principles of an organization

Span of control


Types of Organisation

Delegation and Decentralisation

Unit 2


Concept, nature, and importance of staffing

Motivating and leading

Nature and importance of motivation

Types of motivation

Theories of motivation: Maslow, Herzberg, X, Y, and Z.


Nature and scope of controlling

Types of control

Control process

Control techniques- Traditional and modern

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Unit 3

Organizational behavior 1

Concept and nature of organizational behavior


Challenges and opportunities

Individual behavior

Personality – Determinants and Traits

Learning – Theories and process

Perception – Process and errors

Attitudes – Formation, the relationship between individual determinants like personality, learning, perception, and attitude with behavior.

Unit 4

Group behavior and team development

Concept of the group and group dynamics

Stages of Group Development

Theories of Group formation

Concept of Team vs group

Types of teams

Building and managing an effective team

5). Business mathematics

Unit 1

Principles of counting

Concept of factorial

Principle of counting

Principle of Mathematical induction

Arithmetic progression and geometric progression

Concept of function

Unit 2

Matrix Algebra

Definition of a matrix

Types of Matrices

Equality of Matrices

Matrix operations

Transpose of a matrix


System of linear equations

Cramer’s rule

The inverse of a matrix

Properties of the inverse solution to a system of equations by :

i)The ad-joint matrix methods

ii)The Gaussian Elimination method, the rank of a matrix, rank of a system of equations.

Unit 3

Differential calculus

The derivative of a parametric function

Logarithmic differentiation derivative of an inverse function

Optimization using calculus

Point of inflection

Absolute and local Minima and Maxima

Optimization in case of Multivariate function

Lagrangian multipliers

Derivative as a Rate Measure, Applications in Business.

Unit 4

Integral calculus

Indefinite integrals

Techniques of Integration

Definite integrals

Business application

Consumer’s or producer’s surplus

Learning curve


6)Computer applications Lab

i)Knowledge of all commands of using windows to be taught

ii)Introduction to MS-Word:

Introduction to Word processing


Formatting documents

Paragraph formatting


Page formatting

Header and footer

Bullets and numbering tabs


Formatting the tables

Finding and replacing text

Mail merging

iii)Introduction to MS-Excel:

Introduction to electronic spreadsheets

Entering data

Entering series

Editing data

Cell referencing




Auto Sum

Copying formula

Formatting data

Creating tables

Graphs and charts

Creating a database

Sorting data


Mathematical functions

Statistical functions

Date and time functions

Text functions

Financial functions

Analyze data with Pivot tables, create and manage scenarios and summaries.

iv)Introduction to MS Powerpoint:


Features of MS PowerPoint clipping

Slide animation

Slide shows


Also, Check BBA Second semester syllabus and previous year question papers




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