Don Bosco Institute of Technology (DBIT) is one of the best Management Institutes of GGSIP University in Delhi NCR and it offers a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), a three-year undergraduate program that familiarizes students with the managerial functions, develops excellent communication skills and decision-making abilities that are required to manage and run a successful business enterprise. The emphasis on quality and excellence has made DBIT among the top GGSIP University BBA Colleges in Delhi-NCR. This course covers all core management subjects which helps students to learn theoretical as well as practical aspects of business management which aids them to become successful managers, entrepreneurs, and leaders. Regular workshops and internships transform the students into efficient professionals who are prepared to take on any challenge that comes their way. Moreover, management games and role-play activities are also conducted in the class regularly. DBIT, owing to its focused goals, and innovative and practical learning-based teaching pedagogy has secured a name for itself in the field of management education and is one of the best BBA Colleges in South Delhi. Students at the end of the course secure placements in reputed companies and DBIT is proud of its alumni who have proved their mettle in the industry, by performing to the best of their abilities
An aggregate of 50% marks in Class XII is the eligibility. An aggregate of the best four subjects (unless otherwise specified) including English and Compulsory Subject(s) will be considered for the same.
Students must appear in Common Entrance Test conducted by GGSIP University, Delhi. Only CET-qualified applicants shall be considered for admission. Through University Counselling which is subject to the fulfillment of eligibility and admission criteria, students will be able to make it to the college.
(With effect from 2017) A student is required to complete 140 credits for the completion of the course. However, for the award of the degree, even 132 credits would be enough.
(With effect from 2021) A student is required to complete 142 credits for the completion of the course. Even if 134 credits only are completed still the degree can be secured.