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B.B.A. (Shift I & II)

Department of Business Administration

One of the pioneer departments of our college, the Under Graduate Department of Business Administration was established in the year 1992 (Shift I).The course was also started in the Second shift in the year 2015.

We believe in

‘And unconditional courage to dream,

A never ending thirst for knowledge,

A true passion to excel,

A strong conviction to break free,

A clear vision to build,

A lasting desire to achieve,

A firm commitment to inspire’

The B.B.A course was rated the ‘Top 10 Best B.B.A Programmes in the Country’ by the India Today – AC Nielsen Survey (featured in June 18, 2012 India Today Magazine).


The course curriculum for students admitted during the year 2017-18 is as follows:

Foundation Courses

  • English I&II
  • Language I&II

Core courses and Allied courses

  • Financial Accounting (with Accounting Software I)
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Statistics and Operation Research
  • Business Environment
  • Marketing Management
  • Managerial Economics
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Cost and Management Accounting
  • Entrepreneurial Development and Small Business Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Research Methods in Business
  • Human Resource Management
  • Production Management
  • Advertising and Brand Management
  • Financial Management
  • Business Regulatory Framework-I & II
  • Introduction to E-Commerce
  • Retail Management
  • Business Policy and Strategic Management
  • Project


  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Tax and Investment Planning

It is proposed to introduce the following specializations for the candidates to be admitted during the academic year 2018-19.

Shift I

Shift II

Business Analytics Marketing Management Entrepreneurship Development Human Resource Management
Advanced Data Management Logistics and Supply Chain Management History of Business Talent Management
Introduction to  Data Analysis Marketing for the Digital Economy Small and Family Business Management Organizational Development


Teaching Methodology

The teaching methodology of the department ensures that the students are exposed to a holistic educational experience in an active and dynamic learning environment giving them the opportunity to identify & realise their potential and to achieve excellence.

Some of the pedagogical initiatives of the department include:

  • Management games – It involves the practical application of theoretical concepts/subjects in the form of thought inciting and motivating games like quizzes, puzzles and advertisement designing etc.
  • Management Stories – The often told stories from epics like Mahabharata, Ramayana, Panchatantra are reiterated in the class environment and linked with principles of management and lessons learnt from them.
  • Book Review – Students are encouraged to read self improvement books, biographies, success factors in business etc. so as to inculcate the best leadership practices.
  • Film Appreciation – Visualisation has a great impact on learning. The students improve their business acumen by viewing and analyzing films on biographies of business legends, popular feature films that have management-related messages.
  • Scrap book – A compilation of related real time information helps the students to stay updated with the current business scenarios.
  • Audio- Video Cognitive Correlation Test – An audio/video presentation is made based upon which students are required to take up an MCQ test.
  • Open-Source Technology – Students are encouraged to use Open-Source technologies to create classroom activities that enhance their conceptual learning.


The co-curricular activities and competitions for students are organised under the aegis of the Department Clubs. The Department has 2 Student Clubs – Drucker’s Progeny (Shift-I) and Mercatus (Shift – II). The Department Club trains the students to inculcate leadership qualities by providing the office bearers a chance to conceive and execute various events like Guest lectures, Workshops, Seminars and Symposia.

The Department also organizes Competitions at an Intra Mural and Intercollegiate levels. These events are designed to enhance the Skill-set of the students and prepare them for Corporate Careers. Some of the Competitions include

  • Crisis Management
  • Mime
  • Auctions
  • Business Quiz
  • Potpourri.
  • Stress Interview
  • B-Plan Writing
  • Product Packaging
  • Elevator Pitch
  • Jingle Making
  • Market your Product
  • Event Management
  • Code Breaker
  • Web Designing
  • App Marketing

At the Intercollegiate Competitions conducted in the year 2018, a total of 125 students from 15 colleges participated in the competitions and the overall trophy was bagged by Madras Christian College.


The Department publishes two student journals annually – ‘M-Power’ – Shift I and ‘Business Insights’ – Shift II. These Journals act as a medium to develop the journalistic and research skills of the students. The Themes for the year 2017-18 are ‘New Age Entrepreneurship’ (M-Power, Vol. 17) and The Global Mindset’ (Business Insights, Vol.1).


In order to inculcate a culture of research and to develop the presentation skills of the students, the department organises Annual National Level Student Paper Presentation Competition. This is the flagship event of the department and witnesses a participation of a large number of teams from top-notch colleges. The winners are selected by an eminent panel of judges comprising academicians, researchers, entrepreneurs, industry representatives and trainers. The theme for the year 2018 was ‘The New Age Entrepreneurship’. Attractive cash prizes are awarded to the winners and the winning team for 2018 was bagged by Mount Carmel College, Bangalore.


In order to supplement the curriculum and to provide real time exposure, the department organizes several Guest lectures and Workshops every semester. Academic experts and Industry professionals are invited to address the students on the latest trends in business.


An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of teaching. The students of the department get a hands-on experience through practice school in the following areas.

Marketing Management

  • Space Marketing for the department Journal
  • Concept Marketing for seminars and workshops

Entrepreneurship Development

  • Business on Campus
  • One-Day Business


As a part of the curriculum in the course on ‘Production Management’, the students are taken on a field trip to a production unit to enable them to witness the real time production systems and material handling procedures. In February 2018, the students visited TI Diamond Chain, Ambattur.


The research skills of the students are developed in the following ways:

  • Core Course on Research Methods for Business offered for all students.
  • Students are encouraged to undertake survey based internships  in corporate organisations
  • Students of B.B.A have to take up research based industry projects in the final semester in any of the functional areas of management- HR, Marketing, Production, Systems, etc.
  • Thrust areas of student research  include
  1. Marketing research and consumer behaviour
  2. Human Resource Management
  3. Retailing
  4. Advertising and Branding
  5. Socio-economic issues


The department is committed to the cause of creating a sense of social responsibility among its students. The students are encouraged to undertake several outreach and community development programmes. Between the years 2009-2016, the students undertook a community service project to promote awareness about emergency response procedures and victim care during the golden hour.

During the year 2017-18, the department launched ‘Kaushal Dhan’, a project to impart entrepreneurial and vocational skills training to the under privileged. During the year, 12 vocational skill training workshops were organized for 169 beneficiaries (parents of students of adopted schools, The Chennai High-school, Koturpuram and M.O.P Primary School, Triplicane).


ACADEMIC RESULTS – The department has recorded 100% Pass during the last three batches (2012-15 onwards)









Dr Lalitha Balakrishnan

M.Com., M.Phil., M.B.A., Ph.D. Principal Financial Accounting, Working Capital Management, Strategic Management 33
2 Dr.Uthira.D M.Com.,M.Phil.,M.B.A.,Ph.D. Vice Principal and

Director M.B.A




3 Dr.Archna Prasad M.Com.,M.B.A.,


Dean (Students) and Head B.B.A (S-I) Accounting,

HRM, Law

4 Ms. Gitanjali S.Jindger M.Com.,M.B.A.,M.Phil. Associate Professor & Head – B.Com (A&F) S-I Accounting, Law, Finance and Management 3
5 Ms.V.Sudha




Associate Professor and Head- B.Com(CS) Accounting and Finance 13
6 Dr.M.Vijayalakshmi M.B.A.,Ph.D. Assistant Professor and Head-B.B.A(S-II) Marketing & Human Resource 7 publications

One book – Co author

7 Dr.K.Sindhu M.Com.,M.phil.,


Associate Professor and Head – B.Com Honours Accounting, Law and Banking 10
8 Dr.C.S Srividya Prathiba M.Com.,M.B.A.,M.Phil.,Ph.D. Associate Professor & Head – B.Com (A&F) S-II Organizational Behaviour 16
9 Dr.Nisha.U M.Com.,MBA.,


Assistant Professor and Head – B.Com (MM) Marketing Communication, Consumer Behaviour Marketing Research, Advertising, Retail Marketing and Services Marketing. 22
10 Ms.Ramya Raman M.B.A. Assistant Professor and Head – M.B.A Human Resource and Marketing 6
11 Dr.D.S Latha M.B.A., M.Phil.,


Assistant Professor and Head – M.A.(HRM) Labour Legislation,

Personnel Management, Work Place Counselling, HRM

12 Dr.R.A Rabika Begum M.Com.,M.Phil.,M.B.A.,Ph.D.,


Associate Professor Corporate Accounting,

Income Tax Law & Practice, Commercial & Industrial Law

13 Ms.Vijayalakshmi Sailapathi M.Com., M.B.A., M.Phil., Assistant Professor Finance & Entrepreneurship 2
14 Ms.Sangeetha Manoj M.B.A. Assistant Professor Entrepreneurship,

Strategic Management, Business Regulatory Framework

15 Dr.M.Hemalatha M.Com.,M.Phil., Ph.D. Assistant Professor Accounting & Finance, Management

Indirect Taxation

16 Ms.S.Sasikala Devi M.Com.,M.phil.,M.B.A.,


Assistant Professor Income Tax,

Cost Accounting, Management Accounting and Business Laws

17 Ms. Gowri S M.Com.,M.Phil. Assistant Professor Indirect Taxation, Industrial Laws and Auditing


18 Ms.Aditi A.Samant M.B.A., M.A(H.R). Assistant Professor Marketing, Operations Management 1
19 Ms.N.Krupa M.B.A., M.Com. Assistant Professor Accounts & Business Law
20 Ms.K.J.Rachel


M.Com.,MBA. Assistant Professor Marketing,

Management, Law

21 Dr.U.Kavitha M.Com.,Ph.D. Associate Professor Business Law, Banking Law & practice, Cost Accounting and Income Tax
22 Dr.E.Nirupama M.Com.,M.Phil.,M.B.A.,Ph.D.


Associate Professor Finance,

Financial Management, Security Analysis & Portfolio Management

23 Dr. Sumangala Devi K.C M.Com.,M.Phil.,M.B.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor Accountancy and Law 10
24 Dr. Chitra Dey M.B.A.,Ph.D. Assistant Professor Organizational behavior,

Business Policy Management




25 Dr.Priyanka Sharma M.B.A.,


Assistant Professor Finance, Accounts,


26 Ms.Lakshmi Ganesh M.Com. Assistant Professor Accounts, Taxation
27 Dr.S.Kavin Mary M.B.A., M.Phil.,



Assistant Professor Behavioural Science in Management 3
28 Dr.Shakila P


M.Com.,MBA., M.Phil., Ph.D.


Assistant Professor Business Finance & Human Resource Management 15
29 Ms.Nishkala.S M.Com;M.Phil Assistant Professor Accounting , Finance
30 Ms.Pavitra .M.Davey M.Com., Assistant Professor Marketing 2
31 Dr.Madhumathy M


MFC.,M.Phil., Ph.D.


Assistant Professor Finance & Taxation 9
32 Ms.Shamili S M.Com., Assistant Professor Accounting , Finance
33 Ms.Shyamala Krishnamurthy M.B.A. Assistant Professor Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship Development
34 Ms.G.Vinodhini M.B.A.


Assistant Professor Marketing & Human Resource Management
35 Ms. Ramya Venkat M.M.S (Hons)


Assistant Professor Marketing and Finance
36 Ms.V.S Neela M.Com.


Assistant Professor Advanced corporate Accounting,

Financial Management,

Auditing and Assurance,

Cost accounting and Financial Services

37 Ms.M.Abinaya M.Com. Assistant Professor Entrepreneurship,

Supply chain Management,

Change Management

38 Ms.Vaishnavi C.S.D M.Com. Assistant Professor Accounting &Finance,

Financial Management, Costing , Economics and Business Law

39 Ms.M.Nisha M.Com.,M.Phil.,B.Ed. Assistant Professor Entrepreneurship, Retail Marketing,

Advertising and Brand Management

40 Ms.Elisha Abraham M.com. Assistant Professor Accounting,

Entrepreneurship and Retail Marketing

41 C. Nandhini M.Com., ICWA


Assistant Professor Finance, Accounts,

Costing, Taxation


The prominent recruiters for the department are

  • Ernst & Young LLP
  • The Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Procon
  • Venture Intelligence
  • Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Mc Kinsey & Company
  • Scope International Pvt. Ltd.
  • Goldman Sachs Services Ltd.
  • Cognizant Technology Solutions
  • Wipro technologies
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Citi Bank
  • Reach Management Consultant
  • Ford Ltd.
  • Adgear


The department has amongst its alumnus more than 100 successful entrepreneurs. Besides, several alumni hold prominent positions in diverse fields.




Vinitra Srinivasan 2003-06 Director-Operations, NVS MACS Pvt. Ltd.
Mohammed Sujeetha 2004-07 IPS Officer
Smruthi Rajagopalan 2005-08 Brand Manager, L’Oreal India Pvt. Ltd.
Trisha Shetty Hareesh 2008-11 Lawyer
Nitya Vasudevan 2007-10 Manager, Finance, Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Ltd.
Vishaka Gopinath 2010-2013 Co-Founder, Social Monks
Riddhi.R.Kalra 2014-17 IIM Trichy



Director-Operations, NVS MACS Pvt. Ltd.

I’ve had a great experience at MOP where I discovered and gained many of my skills. The several opportunities offered by the college allow for multi-faceted development, which have been very useful and a lot of fun. The college nurtures intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs, equipping each girl graduating from this college with independence and confidence. I have witnessed this not only as a student but also as a member of the Board of Studies (2013- 2015).

ANANDHI R V (2005-2008)

Business Management Analyst- The World Bank

It was through their campus recruitment drive, that I had the opportunity to apply at the World Bank Group in Chennai. M.O.P was and is relatively new when compared to many of other institutions in Chennai. However it stands strong and always delivers excellent candidates for hiring companies.

The quality of education provided at M.O.P is holistic. The principal and faculty members stand as a role model to show how smart, strong and independent women should be. The focus has never been to get top scores but to identify what we love to do. MOP encourages women to become entrepreneurs and provides many opportunities for students to explore. Be it sports, radio jockeying or designing, our college is always open to new ideas and is ready to assists us to become successful in our chosen path.

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