Army Institute of Business Administration (AIBA) Savar

Various Fees & Charges

Tuition and other Fees for BBA

All students will be required to pay tuition and other fees as mentioned below for BBA Program for 6 semesters:  

 

SL

Category of Fees/Charges

Frequency

Amount/Fees

(TK)

Total Amount (TK)

1.

Application Processing Fee (Before Admission)

Once

 750.00

 750.00

During Admission

2.

Admission Fee

Once

 25000.00

25000.00 

3.

Student’sDevelopment Fee

Once

200000.00

200000.00

4.

Security Money

Once, Refundable

 5000.00

5000.00 

5.

Semester Fee  

First Semester

45000.00

45000.00

6.

Others

First Semester

5000.00

5000.00

Total:

280000.00

Semester Fee (2nd to 8th Semesters)

7.

Semester Fee  

 

45000.00

45000.00×7=

315000.00

8.

Others

First Semester

5000.00

5000.00×7=

35000.00

Total:

350000.00

Total Payable Amount  

(350000.00+280000.00)-5000.00(Security Money) =625000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuition and other Fees for  MBA

 

All students will be required to pay tuition and other fees as mentioned below for MBA Program for 6 semesters:  

SL

Category of Fees/Charges

Frequency

Amount/Fees

(TK)

Total Amount (TK)

1.

Application Processing Fee (Before Admission)

Once

 750.00

 750.00

During Admission

2.

Admission Fee

Once

 15000.00

15000.00 

3.

Development Fee

Per Trimester

5000.00

5000.00×6

=30000.00

4.

Tuition Fee  

Trimester (1st to 4th)

25000.00

25000.00×4

=100000.00

Trimester (5th  to 6th)

37000.00

37000.00×2=74000.00

5.

Miscellaneous  Fees

Per Trimester

1000.00

1000.00×6

=6000.00

Total:

2,25000.00

 

2.         Deadline for Submission of Fees/Dues

The 1st year (1st semester/ trimester) students will have to clear all the fees during the admission process. For subsequent semesters/ trimesters, the payment of all fees/dues must be maintained semester/ trimester wise and the following rules will apply in this regard:

1)         The semester/ trimester fees can be paid within 15 days after commencement of each semester/ trimester without any penalty.

2)         The students may pay their fees after 1st 15 days within one month time by paying a penalty of Tk 500.00 for each 15 days.

3)         If a student fails to pay the semester/ trimester fees within one and a half month, his/her name will be dropped and the student will have to apply for re-admission, should he/she desires to continue his/her study. If approved, he/she may take re-admission paying re-admission fee.

3.         All fees mentioned in the table will be reviewed as and when necessary by the institute authority.

Academic Curriculum of BBA and MBA

Distribution of Credit

The distribution of credit hours for BBA program is shown below:

 

Semester

No. of Course

Credit

Remarks

 

Single Major

1st

5

15

 

2nd

5

15

 

3rd

5

15

 

4th

5

15

 

5th

5

15

 

6th

5

15

 

7th

5

15

 

8th

5

15

 

Viva

 

03

 

Internship

 

03

 

Total Credit

40

126

 

BBA Curriculum and Syllabus

Course Structure

Course category

No. of Courses

Credit per course

Total credits

General Education (Compulsory)

5

3

15

General Education (Elective)

1

3

3

Allied Courses

10

3

30

Core Courses

14

3

42

Major/Area of concentration

6

3

18

Minor/ Open elective

3

3

9

Capstone Course

1

3

3

Viva

1

3

3

Internship

1

3

3

Total

-

-

126


 

Detailed Course Curriculum

General Education (18 Credits)

 

The courses of general education have been designed to enhance students knowledge on general arts and science subjects. These courses have been divided in two sub-categories. These are compulsory and elective courses.

General Education Courses (18 Credits). The General education courses have been divided in two sub-categories. These are compulsory and elective courses.

i.   Compulsory courses of 16 Credit

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

1.

GED 1101

Functional English

3

2.

GED 1102

Presentation Skill  Development

3

3.

GED 1103

Bangladesh and International Studies

3

4.

GED 1104

Computer and its Application in Business

3

5.

GED 2103

Third Language/Any Subject from Elective courses.

3

Total Credits

15

ii.  Elective Courses 3×1=3 Credits

Ser.

Courses Code

One courses will be offered from the followings:

 

1.

GED 1107

Environmental Studies


 

3

2.

GED 1108

Physical Science

3.

GED 1109

Introduction to Basic Science

4.

GED 1110

Introduction to Philosophy

5.

GED 1111

Introduction to Sociology

6.

GED 1112

Political Science

7.

GED 1114

World Geography

 

Allied Courses (10x3=30 Credits)

 

These courses are designed to instill knowledge on the subjects for application in core and concentration courses. The list of allied courses is given below:

 

The list of allied courses is given below:

 

Ser.

Course Code

Courses Title

Credit

1.

ALD 1201

Business Communication

3

2.

ALD 1202

Leadership

3

3.

ALD 2303

Micro economics

3

4.

ALD 2305

Business Mathematics

3

5.

ALD 2406

Organization behavior

3

6.

ALD 2407

Legal Environment of Business

3

7.

ALD 3508

Macro economics

3

8.

ALD 3509

Business Statistics

3

9.

ALD 3608

E-Business Management

3

10.

ALD 3610

Business Research Methodology

3

Total Credits

30

 

Core Courses (14 x 3=42 Credits)

 

Core Courses : 42 Credits

 

Ser.

Course Code

Course Total

Credit

1.

MGT 1101

Principles of Management

3

2.

ACC 1201

Principles of Accounting

3

3.

MKT 2301

Principles of Marketing

3

4.

FIN 2301

Principles of Finance

3

5.

ACC 2402

Intermediate Accounting

3

6.

FIN 2402

Financial Management

3

7

MKT 2402

Marketing Management

3

8.

OMT 3601

Operation Management

3

9.

EPD 3501

Entrepreneurship

3

10.

HRM 3501

Human Resources Management

3

11.

MIS 3501

Management Information System

3

12.

SCM 3601

Principles of Supply Chain  Management

3

13

ACC 3603

Management Accounting

3

14.

ALD 3611

International Business Environment

3

Total Credits

42

 

Area of Concentration

 

In order to develop specialization in a specific area for concentration for advancement in particular career path, students are required to take course as free elective. The students can choose from eight (8) area of concentration as and when offered. The students will have to complete successfully at least six courses from specific Area of Concentration for completion of a single major. As a general rule, students will have to successfully complete all GE, allied and core courses as pre-requisite for taking courses from any area of concentration along with the courses are given below:

  1. Area of Concentration    : 18 Credits

Minor Courses        : 9 Credits

        [Six (6) courses from Major and three (3) from Minor]

Finance

Prerequisite: Principles of Finance, Financial Management.

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

1.

FIN 4703

Financial Institutions & Markets

2.

FIN 4704

Corporate Finance

3.

FIN 4705

Investment Management

4.

FIN 4706

Portfolio Management

5.

FIN 4707

Working Capital Management

6.

FIN 4708

Merger and Acquisition

7.

FIN 4709

Financial Derivative

8.

FIN 4710

International Financial Management

9.

FIN 4711

Financial Analysis and Control

10.

FIN 4712

Bank Fund Management

11.

FIN 4713

Insurance & Risk Management

12.

FIN 4714

Real Estate  Finance

 

Human Resources Management (HRM)

Prerequisite: Principles of Management, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources Management.

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

1.

HRM 4702

Career Management

2.

HRM 4703

Industrial Relations

3.

HRM 4703

Conflict Management and Negotiation

4.

HRM 4705

International Human Resources Management

5.

HRM 4706

Change Management

6.

HRM 4707

Human Resources Information System

7.

HRM 4708

Labor Laws of Bangladesh

8.

HRM 4709

Organizational Development

9.

HRM 4710

Compensation Theory and Practice

10.

HRM 4711

Negotiation and Dispute Resolution

11.

HRM 4712

Strategic Human Resources Management

12.

HRM 4713

Training and Development

Management Information Systems (MIS)

Prerequisite: Computer and its Application, Management Information System

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

1.

MIS 4702

System Analysis and Design

2.

MIS 4703

Database Management Systems

3.

MIS 4704

Decision Support Systems

4.

MIS 4705

Object- Oriented Programming

5.

MIS 4706

E-Commerce

6.

MIS 4707

Digital Office Automation

7.

MIS 4708

Operating System

8.

MIS 4709

Systems Integration, Security and Internet

9.

MIS 4709

Applied Artificial Intelligence

10.

MIS 4710

Data Communication and Networking

11.

MIS 4711

Management of Innovation and Technology

 

Marketing

Prerequisite: Principles of Marketing, Marketing Management

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

1.

MKT 4703

Global Marketing

2.

MKT 4704

Consumer Behavior

3.

MKT 4705

Brand Management

4.

MKT 4706

Services  Marketing

5.

MKT  4707

Marketing Research

6.

MKT 4708

Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

7.

MKT 4709

Sales and Retail Management

8.

MKT 4710

Industrial Marketing

9.

MKT  4711

Agricultural Marketing

10.

MKT 4712

Integrated Marketing Communications

11.

MKT 4713

Social Marketing and Corporate Social Responsibility

12.

MKT 4714

E- Marketing

13.

MKT 4715

Rural Marketing

14.

MKT 4716

Strategic Marketing

 

Accounting

Prerequisite: Principles of Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Management Accounting

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

1.

ACC4704

Advanced Accounting-1

2.

ACC4705

Cost Accounting

3.

ACC4706

Advanced  Cost Accounting

4.

ACC4707

Financial Information Analysis and Control

5.

ACC4708

Taxation

6.

ACC4709

Auditing

7.

ACC4710

Accounting Theory

8.

ACC4711

Strategic Management Accounting

9.

ACC4712

Accounting Information System

10.

ACC4713

Introduction to Government Accounting

11.

ACC4714

Introduction to Accounting Standards

12.

ACC4715

Working Capital Management

13.

ACC4716

Advance Accounting-(11)

Operations Management

Prerequisite: Introduction to Statistics, Business Statistics, Business Mathematics and Fundamentals of Mathematics

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

1.

OMT4702

Operations Research

2.

OMT4703

Production Planning and Inventory Management

3.

OMT4704

Logistics in Supply Chain Management

4.

OMT4705

Quality Management

5.

OMT4706

Project Management

6.

OMT4707

Productivity Management

7.

OMT4708

Technology Management

8.

OMT4709

Product and Service Development

9.

OMT4710

Enterprise Resource Planning

10.

OMT4711

Strategic Operations Management







 

Entrepreneurship

Prerequisite: Principles of Management, Entrepreneurship, Principles of Marketing

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

1.

EPD4702

Appropriate Technology

2.

EPD4703

Technology Management

3.

EPD4704

Small and Medium Enterprise

4.

EPD4705

Innovation Management

5.

EPD4706

Project Management

6.

EPD4707

Entrepreneurship Development

7.

EPD4708

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management

8.

EPD4709

Building and Sustaining a Successful Enterprise

9.

EPD4710

Managing Change

10.

EPD4711

Conflict Management and Negotiation

Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Prerequisite: Principles of Marketing, Principles of Supply Chain Management, and Operations

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

1.

SCM4702

Procurement Management

2.

SCM4703

Logistics Management

3.

SCM4704

International Supply Chain Management

4.

SCM4705

Production Planning & Control

5.

SCM4706

Total Quality Management

6.

SCM4707

Negotiation

7.

SCM4708

Finance in Supply Chain Management

8.

SCM4709

Retail Management

9.

SCM4710

Customer Relationship Management

10.

SCM4711

Supply Chain Sustainability

11.

SCM4712

IT in Supply Chain Management

12.

SCM4713

Strategic Supply chain Management

 

Capstone Course (1x3=3 credits)

 

The capstone course ensures the students to integrate their knowledge acquired in remaining courses of the program.

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

Pre-requisite

Credit

1.

MGT 4802

Strategic Management

At least 84 credits to be completed including Principles of Marketing , Principles of Management,

Principle soft Accounting, Principles of Finance and Principle of Supply Chain Management.

 

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Internship Program

 

On Completion of the course work, the students must complete the internship program as part of BBA degree requirement. The internship is a capstone experience that allows students to integrate knowledge and skills developed in the classroom and apply them in a professional setting. The internship program for BBA is of 3 academic credits. It will be undertaken after the final semester and must be completed before graduation. The students will have to prepare, submit and defend an internship report on a selected project in order to complete the program successfully.

Ser

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

Remarks

1.

INT 4801

Internship (Single major)

3

  • Undertakes this program at the end of final semester.
  • As a general rule, student must complete all the academic course work.

Computation of CGPA

CGPA will be computed after each semester to determine the academic standing of the student in the program. Calculation of CGPA will be done following a 4 step procedure as following:

a.         Step-1. Grade Points earned in each course will be computed basing on credit hours in that course and the individual grade earned in that course by multiplying both.

b.         Step 2. All subject grade points (determined at Step 1) will be added to determine the Total Grade Points Earned.

c.         Step 3.  Credits of all courses will be added together to determine the Total Number of Credits.

d.         Step 4. CGPA will be determined by dividing the results of Step 2 by result of Step 3.

Incomplete Grades.      For any incomplete course work, a student may be assigned the grade ‘Incomplete’ (if permitted by Academic Council of AIBA), which will be recorded as ‘I’ with an alternative grade based on the work completed at that point in time. The alternative grade will come into effect if the student fails to complete the course requirement within 4 weeks from the publication of the provisional results.

Repeating/ Retaking Courses.     Since passing of all courses individually is a degree requirement, a student earning an ‘F’ grade in any course shall be required to improve the grade by retaking the course offered in the subsequent available semester. A student earning a grade of A- or below may also elect to improve the grade by retaking the course when offered in the subsequent semester. In order to retake a course, the student must apply as such at least 4 (four) weeks before the commencement of the semester. However, a candidate can not retake any course after graduation. In this case, the student desiring to retake a course shall have to apply to the Head of Department to withhold his/her graduation. The grade earned on the retaken course will be shown in the transcript along with an ‘R’ symbol depicting ‘Retake’. However, the grade earned on such course(s) would be used for computing the final CGPA. A course can be retaken only once.

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTERNSHIP RULES

Introduction

 

1.         The BBA program of AIBA is a full time multidisciplinary course of 123 credits. Undergoing through internship program is essential for completion of the program. These rules outline the details of the internship program and job placement guidelines.

 

General Information

 

2.         Internship is an important academic program in any business related program. It provides the interns with exposure to real life situations in business organizations. It acts as a window to the world outside the familiar academic surrounding. The interns can use their theoretical knowledge in actual situations in real organizations. Further, this program also provides interns an opportunity to be assessed by prospective employers as well as establish and expand their network of contacts.

 

3.         The duration of the internship program is 12 weeks and will be equivalent to 3 credits. Out of this, 10 weeks are for organizational attachment and 2 weeks for internship report finalization, deposition and defence. During organizational attachment, the interns will have to work on a project concerning a business problem of the organization. The project is selected either by the intern in consultation with the supervisor (explained later) or it is selected either by the organization. Faculty advisor (explained later) approves/modifies the project in consultation with supervisor.

 

Purposes of Internship Program

 

4.         Internship program serves a multitude of purposes for all the involved parties. Following are some benefits that can be derived through a planned and well coordinated internship program:

 

a.         All Students.  All interns get an exposure to the real business environment and become familiar with organizational practices and culture. They grow an ability to work on real business problems and learn to apply acquired theoretical knowledge to practical fields. Internship also helps them learn the concepts of various fields of management practically, thereby the program itself works like a laboratory work.

 

b.         Network of Students.     Internship program can especially help them to grow a network of contacts in the business world. Through internship, these students get an opportunity to be evaluated by the prospective employers. This is likely to shorten their subsequent job search procedure, leading to possible employment.

 

c.         Host Organizations.   All organizations need efficient management staff to excel. Finding the right and most suitable candidate is a difficult job, especially when recruitment has to be done basing on past performances in different educational institutes and an interview. Internship program gives the organizations an opportunity to evaluate and select the most suitable candidate for employment. Any dynamic business organization continually evaluates various projects for future expansion of their business. Such studies are expensive when done by professional management consultants. Internship allows them to get professional standard project works done at the cheapest.

 

Selection of Organizations

 

5.         Most important criteria for selection of organizations will be that the organizations must be suitable to fulfill the learning purpose. It must be realized that the major market of the BBAs in Bangladesh are in the private sector. Some of the criteria that may be further looked into while choosing may be:

 

a.         Reputed international organizations dealing with development like World  Bank, ILO, UN affiliated bodies (UNDP, UNICEF etc), MIF etc. Internship in these organizations may elevate the overall image of AIBA to a great extent.

 

b.         Multinational companies and large local business companies (preferably in the private sector) where a close to ideal management setup exists.

 

c.         Multinational organizations those are involved in manufacturing some products with their manufacturing plants in Bangladesh.

 

d.         Service industries like leasing companies, banks, insurance companies, airlines etc.

 

e.         Organizations which are expanding their product/service lines and operating in the growing/ maturity stage of the Life Cycle.

 

f.          Organizations which have the ability to accommodate large number of management staff and are prime players in the private sector job market of Bangladesh.

 

g.         Organizations of SenaKallyanSangstha, The Army Welfare Trust etc who needs professional management assistance in order to excel, provided those business ventures are large enough to be useful and has suitable potentialities to grow.

 

h.         Organizations run or managed by the three services or AFD, like Khulna Shipyard, BMTF etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outline of Schedule

 

6.         The following schedule to be strictly followed for the internship program:

 

Ser

Event

Responsibility

Time

1.

Initial coordination with organizations

PRO (Public Relation Officer)

2 months before attachment

2.

Listing of organization

PRO (Public Relation Officer)

1 month before attachment

3.

Finalizing placement, nominating faculty advisors, writing formal letters to organizations

PRO (Public Relation Officer)

20 days before attachment

4.

Coordination with supervisors, selection of projects, acceptance of proposal

Batch Coordinator

1st  and 2nd week

5.

Organizational attachment ends

 

10th  week

 

6.

Submission of final report

Interns, Faculty advisors

11th  week

 

7.

Oral defence of report and grading

Batch Coordinator

12th  week

 

8.

Completion of preparation of transcripts

Institute

By last day of 12th  week

 

9.

Letter of thanks forwarded to host organization along with 1 x copy of internship report

PRO (Public Relation Officer)

Within next 2 weeks

 

7.         Internship Placement Committee.   This committee is responsible for coordinating and ensuring every aspect necessary for a successful internship program. The composition of the committee is as follows:

 

a. Chairman Internship Placement Committee.

Director, AIBA

 

b. Internship Placement Officer.

Concerned Batch Coordinator or

Assigned Faculty Member, AIBA

 

c. Coordinator.

Public Relations Officer, AIBA

 

 

8.         Internship Defense Committee.       This committee is responsible for evaluating the report submitted by the intern. In this regard, intern will have to present his/her paper preferably through multimedia presentation in front of the committee at a scheduled date and time. The composition of the committee is as follows:

 

 

 

a.  Chairman Internship Defence Committee.

Director, AIBA

b.  1 x External Evaluator/ Member.

(One for each intern from a panel of members)

Professors from reputed university preferably with PhD

c.  2 x Internal Evaluator/ Member.

Batch Coordinator (Defendant)

1 x Nominated Faculty Member

AIBA

 

Grading

 

15.       Internship will be 3 credit course in the BBA Program. After the grades have been submitted by the faculty advisors, the placement officer will compile all and forward a grade sheet to the chairman.

 

16.       Grades of internship will be based on the proposal, the report itself, the presentation and comments in the intern evaluation sheet. Passing grade will be C, failing which an intern will have to rewrite the report or redo the whole internship before he/she can be awarded the degree (Tabulation sheet is attached as annex C)

 

Repeating Internship

 

17.       If an intern fails to attain the passing grade, the faculty advisor will have two options:

 

a.         If the problem is mainly with the report itself or minor in nature and can be rectified within a short span of time, the student will be asked to rewrite the report or part of it and deposit within one week.

 

b.         If the problem is of major in nature for example, a copied work, a low quality work or if the problem relates to personal behavior, responsibility, sincerity or discipline of the intern, the student will be asked to redo the internship with next batch of students.

 

c.         Chance of repeating the internship (whether rewrite or redo) will be allowed maximum once. In case of a student failing to attain a passing grade after rewriting or redoing once, he/ she will be withdrawn from the program.