Nowadays getting an MBA is almost like a norm among students but very few really know what business administration is all about. Business administration is mainly a field that incorporates different types of management positions. Different kinds of businesses require skilled administrators to increase their chances of success. This is a great field for aspiring young students because it offers plenty of opportunities for personal and professional growth. If you are organized and motivated then expect to fit right in. Administration encompasses finance, human resources, economics, advertising, logistics, marketing, management and operations. Any student who wants to enter into this field should be good at mathematics, economics, and statistics as these skills come into play in administrative jobs.


Fees can cost anywhere in the range of R 50,000 to 2,00,000 per annum depending upon ranking of the college.


A degree in business administration can open many exciting opportunities for you, make sure to pick the right choice because in this field, if you pick the ‘right fit’ then it becomes that much easier to climb the ladder of success.

  1. Accountants
  2. Auditors
  3. Administrative Services Managers
  4. Advertising and Promotions Managers
  5. Advertising Sales Agents
  6. Agents and Business Managers of Artists, Performers, And Athletes
  7. Art Directors
  8. Billing, Cost, And Rate Clerks
  9. Biofuel Production Managers
  10. Biomass Power Plant Managers
  11. Bookkeeping, Accounting, And Auditing Clerks
  12. Budget Analysts
  13. Chief Executives
  14. Chief Sustainability Officers
  15. Compliance Managers
  16. Computer Operators
  17. Correspondence Clerks
  18. Couriers And Messengers
  19. Court Reporters
  20. Data Entry Keyers
  21. Energy Auditors
  22. Executive Secretaries And Executive Administrative Assistants
  23. File Clerks
  24. Financial Managers
  25. First-Line Supervisors of Office And Administrative Support Workers
  26. General And Operations Managers
  27. Geothermal Production Managers
  28. Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll And Timekeeping
  29. Hydroelectric Production Managers
  30. Management Analysts
  31. Marketing Managers
  32. Medical And Health Services Managers
  33. Operations Research Analysts
  34. Payroll And Timekeeping Clerks
  35. Public Relations And Fundraising Managers
  36. Public Relations Specialists
  37. Purchasing Managers
  38. Regulatory Affairs Managers
  39. Sales Managers
  40. Spa Managers
  41. Treasurers And Controllers
  42. Wind Energy Operations Managers
  43. Wind Energy Project Managers


Starting salary can be anywhere between R 10,000 – 20,000. Your salary would depend on the position you hold therefore you need to sharpen your skills and showcase your capabilities from day one in order to get quick promotions. Experienced administrators can earn anywhere between R 50,000 to R 60,000 per month.

Those pursuing a career in business administration need to be extremely skilled and responsible. As a business administrator, you will need to oversee day-to-day operations in business, develop strategies for improvement, study market trends, implement principles of business ethics, learn best leadership practices and manage budgets among other things. If you are goal-oriented, organized, and have great people skills then you will go very far in this field.


BBA – 2-3 years

Post Graduation Diploma in Management (Full time) – 2 years

Post Graduation Diploma in Management (Part time) – 3 years

Ph.D (Full time) – 3 years


BBA – 60% in 10+2

BEST Institutes

Christ College, Bangalore

Amity International Business School, Noida

Mount Carmel College, Bangalore

CT Group of Institution, Punjab

Samalkha group of Institution, Delhi

SRM University, Sikkim

Reality Byte

Working in a corporate has many upsides and downsides like any other job. Your pay package is something to look forward to every month but you also need to put in a lot of effort and hard work on a daily basis to ensure you are a valuable asset to the company where you are working. The best thing is that there are opportunities abound within corporate roles. But in order to grow, you need to learn from every opportunity, apply business principles that you have learnt and understand the needs of your customer. If you are good at what you do then you will be able to rise to the top within a short span of time.

Nilesh Satyavrata, Senior Manager, Noida


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