• Conducting effective coursework, projects, workshops, seminars, industry visits, and real-time corporate demonstration by industry leaders and experts builds the foundation for the practice of holistic marketing.
• Guiding to become a team player in addition to head to head competition in the corporate arena.
• Supporting in every sphere of education to explore their potentialities to present our country and University beyond the boundary through their extra-curricular activities.
The department aims to provide students an integrated education which includes theoretical knowledge, real-life experience, and research. The purpose of this mission is to prepare students for the right path which will lead them to a dynamic career.
Business Administration in Marketing will pursue the vision statement of BUP "the need-based education and research" by putting together students' education, faculty research, and academia-industry collaboration.
1. To Understand the scope and role of human resources in work organizations 2. To understand the competing models of HRM that affect the design and operation of HR policies 3. To understand how HR specialist work is integrated with that of line managers, top management strategists and employees/workers 4. To have knowledge of and be able to apply ethical and legal frameworks to HRM 5. To understand the international nature of contemporary HRM and the issues raised by working across cultures. 6. To know about the HR practices in our country
1. Appreciate the importance of human resource management as a field of study and as a central management function;
2. Understand the implications for human resource management of the behavioral sciences, government regulations, and court decisions;
3. Know the elements of the HR function (e.g. – recruitment, selection, training and development, etc.) and be familiar with each element’s key concepts & terminology; and
4. Apply the principles and techniques of human resource management gained through this course to the discussion of major personnel issues and the solution of typical case problems.
1. Human Resource Management Gary Dessler 2. Human resource Management S. P. Robbins 3. Implementing Best Practices in Human Resources Management Hugh Secord 4. Human Resource Management Robert L. Mathis, John H. Jackson, Sean R. Valentine
Engage students in sound mathematical thinking and reasoning. This should include students finding patterns, generalizing, and asking/answering relevant questions. 2. Provide a setting that prepares students to read and learn mathematics on their own. 3. Explore multiple representations of topics including graphical, symbolic, numerical, oral, and written. Encourage students to make connections among the various representations to gain a richer, more flexible understanding of each concept. 4. Analyze the structure of real-world problems and plan solution strategies. Solve the problems using appropriate tools. 5. Develop a mathematical vocabulary by expressing mathematical ideas orally and in writing. 6. Enhance and reinforce the student’s understanding of concepts through the use of technology when appropriate
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Statistical Techniques in Business & Economics by Douglas A. Lind, William G. Marchal, Samuel Adam Wathen