BMS Syllabus and Subjects:

The BMS course provides an adequate basic understanding of the management also to expose students practically to the behavioural aspects of an organization and on the hierarchy-based interaction of the same.

The BMS course syllabus is designed in such a way that it helps candidates to acquire leadership qualities along with problem-solving and decision-making skills to manage and work in a team. The below mentioned are the BMS course subjects for the 3 years course divided into 6 semesters:

Sl.No BMS Syllabus YEAR-1
1 Foundation of Human Skills
2 Introduction of Financial Accounts
3 Business Law
4 Business Statistics
5 Business Communication
6 Principles of Management I
7 Introduction to Computers
8 Business Environment
9 Industrial Law
10 Computer Applications in Business
11 Managerial Economics I
12 Business Mathematics


Sl.No BMS Syllabus YEAR-2
1 Introduction of Cost Accounting
2 Environmental Management
3 Management Accounting
4 Managerial Economics II
5 Marketing Management
6 Business Aspects of Banking & Insurance
7 Production Management & Materials Management
8 Strategic Management
9 Productivity and Quality Management
10 Direct & Indirect Taxes
11 Export-Import Procedures & Documentation
12 Cooperatives & Rural Markets


Sl.No BMS Syllabus YEAR-3
Research Methods in Business
Public Relations Management
Human Resource Management
Service Sector Management
Financial Management
Elements of Logistics Management
Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
8 Elective I
Special Studies in Marketing
Special Studies in Finance
11 E-Commerce
12 Project Work
Entrepreneurship & Management of SME
Operation Research
International Finance
Indian Management Thoughts & Practices
International Marketing

The candidates pursuing Bachelor of Management Studies [BMS] are required to study the following subjects in their curriculum throughout the duration of their course:

  1. Strategic management
  2. Managerial Economics
  3. Bank Strategy and Management
  4. Entrepreneurship
  5. Introduction to International Business
  6. Leadership
  7. Advanced Financial Accounting
  8. Accounting
  9. Introduction to finance
  10. Operations and Information management
  11. Human resource management
  12. Introduction to marketing
  13. Micro Economics
  14. Organizational Behaviour
  15. Business Law
  16. Organizational Strategy

BMS Specializations:

The specialization choices for Bachelor of Management Studies [BMS] students are:

  1. Marketing
  2. Human Resource Management
  3. Finance
  4. Resource Allocation