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2.31 Lakhs

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2.31 Lakhs
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Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 3 Years

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a three years full-time undergraduate course offered by IIS University, Jaipur.

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Eligibility Criteria

Candidates, who have passed Higher Secondary/Intermediate (10+2) any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto, shall be eligible for the course.

Student Reviews

It was amazing I enjoyed it thoroughly

Posted on 31 Aug' 16 by Ayushi
Batch of Jan. 1, 2016 | BBA
Though our college infrastructure is not up to the mark but there are other great things about college!They have experienced faculty who give maximum knowledge to students!College is good in academics and other activities also.College gave me maximum it could possibly give!
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It was very excellent.

Posted on 21 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2016 | BBA
ICG has got a unique infrastructure, our college provides students the facility of using a library which consists of two floors. My college life could be more happening if the hostel we share should have been built on the campus itself. Placement offer which I received from my college was around 2 to 3 lacs p.a . In the hostel, the best thing is that every room has A/c's installed and also the hostel has very good WiFi facility. The student crowd in the college is very diversified as there are almost students from every part of India and the different cultures we share in our country is mixed up and everyone is very comfortable in settling within the circumstances. Faculties are highly experienced. My college is affordable as it promises better Return on Investment to every student.
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Best Curriculum and Co-cuuricular package

Posted on 23 Oct' 15 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2015 | BBA
Great experience to be a part of ICG, best recreational and co-curricular activities, ICG fest is the great bonanza, best infrastructure and sports facilities which includes basketball, tennis, badminton. Also nice guilds which includes NCC, NSS, Sports & cultural. One of the best annual functions ever held every year in the month of December. Best faculties of management and great placements which offers good packages.
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My college experience from the very first day !

Posted on 14 Oct' 15 by Himanshi Tekwani
Batch of Jan. 1, 2017 | BBA
This past week I've been noticing how college fresher’s are so obviously college fresher’s. They wear lanyards, spend hours picking out their first day of school outfit, and cheer out wrong names of players at games. While I find all this amusing, I also totally remember the excitement, anxiousness and remarkable amount of cluelessness that comes with being a brand spankin' new college freshman. My first year of college was certainly an experience. I say "experience" because "Experience is what you get when you didn't get what you wanted." The first semester of my freshman year of college was a whole bunch of not getting what I wanted. Not getting things that I applied for. Not fitting into the group of people that I wanted to be friends with. Not achieving the grades I wanted (and kind of assumed I would get). That's just a whole lot of experience right there. But experience is often the most valuable thing one has to offer. I was able to learn a lot and have a very successful and enjoyable second year-- and I'm hoping to keep using my experiences to improve and grow as a student and person. And since experience is probably the most valuable thing to offer college freshmen (except for free food because free food always wins), here are some things I learned/wished I would have realized during my first semester of college. 1) Get self-motivated. I spent a lot time trying to get myself motivated, listening to inspirational music and reading articles on study tips. But I actually spent very little time being motivated and working hard. I didn't want to start studying or doing homework until I felt fully inspired. Which meant that very little work actually got done. During my second semester, I learned that we just have to dive right into working hard. We can't wait till we feel fully ready. Because when do we ever feel fully ready for anything? Like basically never. I'm pretty sure I leave my apartment every morning rushing and feeling like I must have forgotten something. Second semester, I started to love doing work in coffee shops and libraries. I learnt to love working hard. I don't need any outside sources to convince you to want to work hard; I wanted to work hard for yourself. 2) It'll get better. The campus didn't feel so unfamiliar. homework felt much doable and even possibly enjoyable. my time management skills got better. It just takes some time. The thing i love most is that the teachers here are helpful, caring and understanding. Also, there are so many events and activities which provide us with opportunities to showcase our interests and talents in various fields.. want to just be able to hit the ground running. But we'll first have to learn to walk. Yeah, the first semester is a struggle, but a worthwhile one that teaches a whole lot about one's own self. During the first semester, it felt like you should be excited to be in college, but you're just not. You're constantly confused by people who say "I love college" and "College is the best time of your life." But I gave it a few months and i came to really love where I am at. I believe that my campus is beautiful, and i constantly refer to IIS as the best university EVER. I found a group of friends who you can really talk to and not stress about fitting in with. And i really hate the thought of being away from college and its endless opportunities and freedom. So, even though my first semester of my fresh year was just four months straight of not getting what I wanted, it was an experience I wouldn't trade. And it's an experience that I offer to current college freshmen to learn from. But, even more valuable than my lessons learned, is your own experience. Everyone has a different adjustment to college. Maybe others are the ones who can and will hit the ground running. Or maybe there are a few like me, who just need to learn to be patient. Sometimes, even if we feel like we're not getting what we want out of college, just realize that it is an experience for us to learn and grow from. Because this is just the beginning. -himanshi tekwani ICGian BBA Sem III
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