BBA Rural Management Syllabus

  • course years 3 Years
  • type of course Under Graduate
  • course stream Management
  • course type Full Time
Written By universitykart team | Last Updated date Sep, 18, 2023

Review the syllabus of the BBA in Rural Management, encompassing rural development strategies and sustainable practices.

Syllabus of BBA Rural Management

The BBA in Rural Management program is designed for individuals interested in rural development and management. Core courses encompass rural economics, rural marketing, and agricultural management. Specialized subjects include rural entrepreneurship, development planning, and agricultural finance. Students often engage in rural development projects and gain practical experience working with rural communities and organizations. Graduates are well-prepared for careers in rural development consulting, agricultural management, and social entrepreneurship.

Syllabus & Subjects

The BBA Rural Management program is divided into semesters. The BBA Rural Management studies topics are listed below:

Semesters Subjects
Semester I Business Communication and Communication Language
Rural Society and Polity
Ecology and Environment
Rural Marketing Management
Semester II Organizational Behaviour
Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship
Legal Aspects of Business
Semesters III &IV Natural Resources Management
Cooperation and Collective Action
Rural Economy
Rural Institutions, Planning And Development
Understanding WASH Organizations and SDGs
Rural Finance
Semesters V & VI Strategic Management
Rural Entrepreneurship
Rural Value Chain Management
Airline Insurance and Finance
Rural IT
Elective Subjects Water, Sanitation & Hygiene A Rural Perspective
Rural Livelihoods
Rural Marketing
Rural Supply Chain Management


Here are some of the projects for BBA Rural Management

1. Rural development and social forestry.

2. Rural development and climate change.

3. Rural education support for rural areas

4. Rural Health Rural India

5. Rural livelihoods rural politics Migrations of rural people and their causes and negative impacts on urban areas Private

6. Rural Sector Development Rural Traffic Rural Water Supply disinfection and sanitation Sustainable development of rural.

Reference Books

BBA Rural Management books provide students with both a thorough general review of the subject matter and a close examination of their specific area of expertise. The following are some of the books for reference:

Name of Author Name of Book
S. Ramesh Kumar Rural Marketing: Indian Perspectives
G. Shiji and K. Anitha Rural Development: Principles, Policies, and Management
Norman Walzer and Kenneth P. Wilkinson Rural Entrepreneurship
Frank Ellis and Stephen Devereux Rural Livelihoods and Poverty Reduction Policies
Robert Chambers Rural Development: Putting the Last First
Subhash Datta Rural Management: Text and Cases
S. K. Sachdeva Rural Development: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
R. R. Mishra and M. P. Mishra Rural Development: Principles, Policies, and Practices

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