Benefits & Detail of

Business Administration

Business administration refers to a collection of abilities that include things such as business planning, decision making, problem-solving, communication, delegation, and the time management.


We deliver Lectures and also share our experience with different clients. Our existing students also work on actual tasks for different clients during the course. So they get a lot of portfolios during classes and are then able to present something for a Job or in Business for Clients.

– No age limit
– Minimum Education 12th Class Pass
– I.D Card Copy (Student or His Father / Guardian)
– 2 Snaps of Passport Size

Course Content Detail​s

A one-year Business Administration diploma is a short-term educational program typically offered by vocational schools, community colleges, or technical institutes. It’s designed to provide students with fundamental knowledge and practical skills related to various aspects of business management and administration within a relatively short timeframe.

The curriculum of a one-year Business Administration diploma program typically covers a range of subjects, which may include:

  1. Introduction to Business: An overview of the business environment, organizational structures, and basic business concepts.

  2. Marketing: Introduction to marketing principles, understanding consumer behavior, market research, and promotional strategies.

  3. Management: Basics of management theories, leadership skills, team dynamics, and organizational behavior.

  4. Accounting: Introduction to financial and managerial accounting, understanding financial statements, and basic bookkeeping.

  5. Finance: Basic concepts of business finance, budgeting, and financial analysis.

  6. Human Resources: Introduction to HR management, recruitment, employee relations, and basic employment laws.

  7. Business Communication: Developing effective communication skills for written and oral communication in a business context.

  8. Entrepreneurship: Basics of starting and managing a small business, including business planning and entrepreneurial strategies.

  9. Economics: Introduction to microeconomics and macroeconomics concepts relevant to business decision-making.

  10. Computer Applications: Basic computer skills and applications used in business, such as word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software.

The goal of such a diploma program is to provide students with a practical understanding of various business functions, preparing them for entry-level roles in administrative positions, customer service, sales, or support roles within companies of various sizes and industries. It can also serve as a foundation for further education, such as pursuing a more advanced degree in business or related fields.

It’s important to note that the curriculum and specific subjects covered may vary from institution to institution. Additionally, the effectiveness of the program will depend on the quality of the school and the instructors, as well as the dedication and effort put in by the student.


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