Business Management

About Business Management

By laying special emphasis on entrepreneurship development, regular Institute-Industry interface, frequent workshops and training sessions by corporate experts. At PITM , we emphasize on the all round development of students' by providing abundant opportunities through plethora of activities such as personality development programs /workshops/Seminars; interaction with the stalwarts of the industry and academics along with the industrial as well as outbound training enabling them to come to terms with the real world. To inculcate leadership qualities among students', various clubs like Marketing Club, HR Club etc. have been constituted that are run independently by the students under the guidance of the teachers. Our constant efforts towards raising the bar and crossing it repeatedly assist us in our quest for excellence. This approach has yielded results in the past and the coming years will be no different. Without getting complacent, we shall keep endeavoring to pursue excellence vigorously.

Career prospects

• Banking & Finance

• Information System Management

• Investment Banking

• Management Consulting

• Private Equity

• Data analytics

• Entrepreneurship

• Quality assurance manager

• Sales executive

• Retail manager

• Marketing assistant

• Marketing account manager

• Marketing executive

• Management consultant (strategic)

• Management accountant

 

 

Top jobs after BBA

Once you know why you want an BBA degree, you should be prepared with a knowledge base of jobs that require this degree. Based on that, you may nurture your career interest. Client relations, consulting, business planning, resource or system analysis may be a part of your job profile, but let's take a more specific view of the 

 

job opportunities after an BBA:

Banking & FinanceThis includes security & investment analysis and portfolio management. These jobs, available with banks, security firms, insurance companies, and various financial organizations, require a professional to make right choices about investments. Related job profiles are in Corporate Treasury, Business Operations and Credit Analysis. Such jobs are typically offered by companies such as Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Nomura, RBS, Barclays etc.

Other job opportunities in banks are for Commercial Banking, Liabilities Product Management, Cards Management, Transaction Banking, Corporate Banking, Compliance, Wholesale Risk, Credit Risk, Relationship Management and Treasury. Banks like ICICI Bank, Yes Bank, Kotak Bank, Axis Bank, State Bank of India, HDFC Bank and RBL hire BBA graduates for such roles.

Information System ManagementThis requires a more technology-focused candidate, day someone with an BBA in Information Systems. Such candidates identify fresh and up-to-date technologies to serve an organization better. They provide a thorough cost analysis for use of the right technology while working with financial and managerial departments.

Investment Banking: This is a job in demand. Companies that hire for this role include SBI Capital Markets, Motilal Oswal & Bank of America Continuum among many others. The right candidate functions as an underwriter. He/she has to connect investors to fund-needing organizations. The candidate must have the acumen to analyze what fits best for the client. They deal with acquisitions and mergers as well as clients. Other job profiles include those in Treasury, Securities and Investment Management.

These being the top three options, there are more job opportunities for an BBA graduate:

Management ConsultingIf you are a problem solver, this is the job that suits you best. A management consultant specifically solves organizational issues, while embracing fresh ideas and new methods of problem-solving. Firms that hire for such roles include Cognizant Business Consulting, Bain (BCC), KPMG, PwC, Infosys Management Consulting, Michael Page, Deloitte, PeopleStrong, Cartesian Consulting & many more.

Private EquityJust like investment banking, your investment acumen comes into action in a private equity job profile. Companies that recruit are Religare, Magma Fincorp, DE Shaw, Indiabulls Housing Finance, Kotak Life, Angel Broking, ICICI Prudential Asset Management, Bajaj Finserv, Kotak Wealth Management, JPMorgan Chase, Axis Securities, Fidelity Investments, Fullerton etc.

Data analytics: With the digital revolution, making sense out of "big data" is becoming increasingly important for all kinds of businesses be it banking, retail, e-commerce or management. As a result many business schools have now started offering data analytics as an important part of their BBA programs. Companies like Fractal Analytics, LatentView Analytics hire BBA graduates as data scientists or data analysts.

EntrepreneurshipAn BBA enhances your ability to be an entrepreneur. Be a fresh graduate or an experienced professional, choosing your career becomes easy with an BBA in your kitty.

Quality assurance manager

Quality assurance managers work with other staff within organisations to determine and establish procedures and quality standards and to monitor these against agreed targets.

Responsibilities of the job include:

·         determining, negotiating and agreeing in-house quality procedures, standards and/or specifications

·         assessing customer requirements and ensuring that these are met

·         setting customer service standards

·         specifying quality requirements of raw materials with suppliers

·         investigating and setting standards for quality/health and safety

·         ensuring that manufacturing processes comply with standards at both national and international level

·         working with operating staff to establish procedures, standards, systems and procedures

·         writing management/technical reports and customers’ charters

·         determining training needs

·         acting as a catalyst for change and improvement in performance/quality

·         directing objectives to maximise profitability

·         recording, analysing and distributing statistical information

·         monitoring performance

·         supervising technical or laboratory staff.

 

Sales executive

Sales executives promote products and services to customers and negotiate contracts with the aim of maximising sales profits.

Sales executives are the key point of contact between an organisation and its clients: answering queries, offering advice and introducing new products.

Their work includes:

·         organising sales visits

·         demonstrating/presenting products

·         establishing new business

·         maintaining accurate records

·         attending trade exhibitions, conferences and meetings

·         reviewing sales performance

·         negotiating contracts

 

Retail manager

Retail managers are responsible for every aspect of the day-to-day supervision of retail outlets, including sales, staff, stock and resources management.

A retail manager’s role is to run a store successfully. Working on the shop floor, they are in constant contact with their customers and staff. Ensuring their staff give great customer service as well as dealing with the financial side of the store and people management.

Typical responsibilities of the job include:

·         recruiting, training, supervising and appraising staff

·         managing budgets

·         maintaining statistical and financial records

·         planning

·         promoting and marketing the business

·         dealing with customer queries and complaints

·         overseeing pricing and stock control

·         maximising profitability and meeting sales targets

·         ensuring compliance with health and safety legislation

·         preparing promotional materials and displays

 

Marketing assistant

Marketing assistants support the work of marketing managers and executives on projects directed at maximising company profits and developing sales strategies or marketing campaigns.

Marketing assistants are responsible for:

·         compiling and distributing financial and statistical information such as budget spread sheets

·         analysing questionnaires

·         writing reports, company brochures and similar documents

·         organising and hosting presentations and customer visits

·         assisting with promotional activities

·         visiting customers/external agencies

·         helping to organise market research

 

Marketing account manager

Direct marketing account managers liaise with clients, suppliers and agency staff in the administration of campaigns and the co-ordination of associated work.

Direct marketing strategies are used to create direct one-to-one promotional and sales relationships between advertisers and targeted groups of customers who are contacted via email, social media, the internet, telemarketing, direct mail, or advertising campaigns.

Typical responsibilities of the job include:

·         consulting clients about campaign requirements and objectives

·         formulating strategies

·         passing proposals on

·         agreeing timescales and budgets

·         supervising staff

·         monitoring and chasing work progress

·         writing reports

·         analysing, interpreting and presenting results

·         delivering ideas and final products to clients for review

·         financial administration

·         delivering presentations

 

Marketing executive

 

Marketing executives aim to maximise profits through developing sales strategies that match customer requirements and promoting products, services or ideas

Marketing executives work closely with other employees such as advertising, market research, production, sales and distribution staff.

They are responsible for:

·         analysing and investigating price, demand and competition

·         devising and presenting ideas and strategies

·         promotional activities

·         compiling and distributing financial and statistical information

·         writing reports

·         organising events and product exhibitions

·         monitoring performance

·         managing campaigns on social media

 

Management consultant (strategic)

Strategic management consultants advise organisations about key strategic issues concerning restructuring and progression, as well as how to improve profitability, competitive advantage, share value and efficiency.

The job involves:

·         determining and clarifying strategic and operational problems via consultation

·         identifying problems and seeking solutions

·         reviewing current strategy

·         undertaking research into the industry sector, markets and competitors

·         collecting, analysing and interpreting data and statistics

·         compiling and presenting information verbally, visually and in writing

·         identifying and assessing the pros and cons of possible strategies

·         outlining objectives

·         developing, advising about and implementing agreed solutions

 

Management accountant

Management accountants aid managerial planning and commercial decision-making tasks by providing appropriate financial information and undertaking related accounts administration.

Responsibilities of the job include:

·         preparing reports, budgets, commentaries and financial statements

·         undertaking financial administration and internal audits

·         liaising with managerial staff and other colleagues

·         developing and managing financial systems/policies

·         negotiating and obtaining finance for major projects

·         controlling income and expenditure

·         creating business strategies to generate shareholder value