December 2011

My friends loathed the subject what they used to refer as "POM", a shorthand for the Principles of Management. Even the books adapted to suit the University's syllabus were quite voluminous. Since this subject had a large book with all theoretical contents to learn, understand and remember, most of the students loathed studying it. However, this was the best subject for me during my first semester study of BBA. A few subjects were just a repetition of the high school course, especially "Business Mathematics" and "Computer Application". However, this subject was new and therefore, quite interesting.

We were introduced to presentations right from the first semester of our BBA degree. We indeed made a few presentations as well however, due to the lack of knowledge and experience most of them weren't that good!

While I couldn't make a good presentation during the first semester, I tried to fill that void in the second semester by creating better slides than that of the previous semester. The presentation assignment was as usual a group work, however, I was lucky, as always, to find lazy mates in my group thus getting an opportunity to do the whole work by myself.

While I was a fairly average student during my lower secondary and high school education, I am gradually taking a leap in my undergraduate course of study. I had never expected, until my high school was over, that I would end up joining BBA. However, joining this 4 year program has proven to be a good fortune for me especially when I have a good deal of time to do extra activities like writing this post in my blog.

Why I joined BBA?

When I decided to join BBA, the first and the most appealing reason was less hours in the college. During my A Levels I couldn't involve in extra-curricular activities which I really wanted to do. And since I was the student of Science, I had to study more periods in a week than my counterparts did in the non-science stream for the same number of subjects. Therefore, I was primarily concerned about finding a good deal of time for myself to do whatever I liked. Mind me, I mostly like to do creative and productive things.

Bachelor of Business Administration is a cherished undergraduate program for business studies. And since entrepreneurs are business innovators, it is at first tempting to choose BBA to learn entrepreneurship. To put simply, what I mean is +2 graduates aiming to become entrepreneur in the future generally look for a business related course. However, after studying BBA for a year and a half, I now don't recommend it for prospective entrepreneurs anymore. In my opinion, they should rather look for the subject of their interest or hobby such as biology, or genetic engineering and so on. As soon as you learn the secrets of the field of your interest, you can quickly figure out how to make a business out of your idea.

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a great degree for anyone who is willing to make their career in the management sector. With its aim to prepare students for entry-level managerial positions such as line managers, supervisors, etc, this program has great future prospects and career advancing opportunities. Moreover, BBA is an excellent program to prepare yourself for MBA degree. Therefore, the potential of this popular program cannot be underestimated.

Business of Bachelor Administration (BBA) is an undergraduate course of study aimed at students willing to make their careers in the business and management sectors. It is a four year course of study based on semester system, meaning that the curriculum will change every semester (a period of six months). The program is composed of a total of eight semesters.

As a part of an academic assignment we were required to perform a research of a firm in our first semester. The assignment was of 'Management', one of the two core subjects and most favorite subject of mine in the first semester of BBA.

I chose to research on 'Chitwan Beekeeping Resource Center', a firm which is located not too far from my house. I was especially interested in this firm because I was more interested to know about the profession of apiculture, i.e., beekeeping, and that was because I wanted to know whether honey produced from these farms was really nutritious or not. This was however, my personal objective and not the objective of the research report in itself. Adding personal objectives helps me work with higher dedication and that's my personal strategy.

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