Course Profile: Bachelor’s of Management Studies

Everythig you need to know about the Bachelor’s of Management Studies course offered by the University of Delhi.

How do you take admission in this course?

To take admission in this course, students need to give a DU JAT exam by Delhi University. This is usually conducted in the month of June, but was delayed due to COVID this year. The DU JAT entrance exam is a short form for Delhi University Joint Admission Test. The DU JAT is designed to test your quantitative ability, Reasoning and Analytical Ability, General English and Business and General Awareness.

After the test there is a group discussion and Interview. 85% weightage is given to the test, and 15% to the GD and Interview.

What are the Cut-offs?

General- 130-135
OBC- 75-80
SC- 45-50
ST- 22-28

What is the Course Structure like?

BMS includes Strategic Management, Managerial Economics, Bank Strategy and Management, Entrepreneurship, Introduction to International Business and Leadership. You can do a specialisation in the final year in Finance, Marketing, HR and GBO

What are the Colleges that offer this course?

The colleges that offer this course are, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Deen Dayal Upadhyay College, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Shri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce. Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College, Ramanujan College, B.R. Ambedkar College, College of Vocational Studies, Gargi College, Lakshmibai College, Maharaja Agarsen College, Aryabhatta College, Shivaji College, Shri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College.

What are the Career Options for DUJAT?

After pursuing BMS, one can do Project Management, Enterpise Management, Human Resource Management and Development, Customer Management, Data Management and System Analysis and Financial Management.

What do the placements at DU look like after BMS?

Some of the top recruiters that participated in DU’s placement drives (SSCBS) were Goldman Sachs, Boston Consulting Group, McKinsey & Co., Colgate, Palmolive, FTI Consulting, Bain Capability Center, DE Shaw, Deloitte and Uniter Airlines amongst others.

What do students have to say about the course?

“Doing for BMS at an undergraduate level has provided me with profound knowledge about management and entrepreneurship. The course gives you a holistic view of the corporate world as it focuses more on the practical aspect, which includes internships, case studies, presentations, problem-solving projects and skill-based learning.

The course structure offers specialisation in Finance, Marketing, HR and GBO in the final year and is very similar to an MBA. So, if one wants to dive into business management, BMS is the perfect course. 

The course provides holistic learning and equips one with reasoning, analytical, research-based, leadership, critical thinking and communication skills.”

Vishudh Verma, 2nd Year, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies

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