Department of Business Administration

Introduction

The syllabus of Bachelors of Business Administration is designed to give students a business degree in banking and finance. The students will have an opportunity to deepen their understanding of business ventures in the entrepreneurship courses, which induce setting up of a business. The BBA program develops business leaders through knowledge and key skills that form part of the course. It also gives strategic direction to the students, influence people and make good use of financial, technical and human resources. The BBA program of GCWUF helps students develop their creative thinking that will enable them to realize their maximum potential. They will benefit from the expertise of our faculty members who are practitioners and consultants in the field, and who will share their experiences of management and organizational cultures with the students to prepare them for the challenging environment.

Vision

To be recognized for world-class research and education at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, attracting staff and students of the highest quality, and engaging them productively with civic society at national and international platforms. In two to four years, the Department aspires to be a leading business department. To be recognized for world-class research and education at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, attracting staff and students of the highest quality, and engaging them productively with civic society at national and international platforms. In two to four years, the Department aspires to be a leading business department.

Mission

To undertake research and teaching of an international standing that encourages staff and students to engage critically with practice and policy and to deploy their professional skills in an engaged, enlightened and enterprising manner. To undertake research and teaching of an international standing that encourages staff and students to engage critically with practice and policy and to deploy their professional skills in an engaged, enlightened and enterprising manner.

Programs Offered

BBA ( Bachelor in Business Administration ) [Four Years Degree Programme ]

  • Program Duration: THE duration of BBA Program is 4 years.
  • Eligibility Criteria: F.A/F.SC/I.COM/I.C.S/A-LEVEL Or equivalent with at least 45 % marks (2nd Division).
  • Seats Allocation :  The total number of seats is 120-150.
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DR.NAUSHEN SYED

Assistant Professor, Business Administration

Doctorate Degree Phd in corporate management from Beijing Jiaotong University from beijing china.




SHAHIDA PARVEEN

Assistant Professor, Business Administration

Qulification Not Present




SABITA MARIAM

Lecturer, Business Administration

Master/ MS (18 Years) Degree MS MANAGEMENTMaster/ MS (18 Years) Degree MBA




KANWAL SHAHEEN

Lecturer, Business Administration

M-Phil (18 Years) Degree MS Business Administration




SADAF AMBREEN

Lecturer, Business Administration

M-Phil (18 Years) Degree MS Banking and Finance




ROMASSA ATIF

Teaching Assistant, Business Administration

Master/ MS (18 Years) Degree MBA (3.5) YEARS




ANIQA ZUBAIR

Teaching Assistant, Business Administration

M-Phil (18 Years) Degree Management Sciences




ROHMA YOUSAF

Lecturer, Business Administration

Master (17 years) Degree MBA Marketing




AROOJ AZHAR

Lecturer, Business Administration

Qulification Not Present




IRAM BASHIR

Lecturer, Business Administration

Doctorate Degree PhD Business Administration




DR.MISBAH HAYYAT BHATTI

Assistant Professor, Business Administration

Qulification Not Present




DR. SHAMIM

Assistant Professor, Business Administration

Qulification Not Present




DR.ANUM TARIQ

Assistant Professor, Business Administration

Qulification Not Present




SAIRA

Lecturer, Business Administration

Qulification Not Present




Publications

1. Books

2. Research Paper

SADAF AMBREEN.In: Impact of Free Cash Flow on Profitability of Firms Listed in Karachi Stock Exchange,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,310-4929,Lahore: Academy of Business & Scientific Research;Lahore: Academy of Business & Scientific Research,02-DEC-06. p.113-122
KANWAL SHAHEEN.In: Towards a Hybrid Model of Strategic Thinking: Revisiting the paradox of strategy development versus design,editor,(eds.)title series title and number, 2617-3018,Nil;nil,01-AUG-12. p.166-171
KANWAL SHAHEEN.In: The Role of Continuous Professional Development Program in Public School Teachers: A Comparative Study of Kindergarten and Elementary School Teachers,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,???2226-5651,Nil;nil,01-JUL-14. p.37-50
KANWAL SHAHEEN.In: An Investigation of the Relationship between Compulsory Citizenship Behaviour and Psychological Withdrawal,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,1805-3602,Nil;nil,15-JUN-19. p.331-343
KANWAL SHAHEEN.In: The Mediating Role of Psychological Need Thwarting in the Relationship Between Compulsory Citizenship Beh,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,1664-1078,Nil;nil,15-NOV-19. p.1-10
KANWAL SHAHEEN.In: Should I buy this Clothing Brand? Investigating the Impact of Consumer Brand Engagement Dimensions from Brand Resonance Model Perspective,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,2075-6909,Nil;nil,15-JUN-20. p.85-105
SABITA MARIAM.In: Enhancement of employee innovative work behavior through psychological empowerment and organizational culture.,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,1013-5316,Lahore;Nil,06-JAN-15. p.32-36
DR.NAUSHEN SYED.In: Mediating role of liquidity policy on the corporate governance performance evidence from pakistan.,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,2288-4637,SOUTH KOREA,461-713;SHINHEUNG-DONG SUJEONG-GU,SEONGNAM,GYEONGGI,07-JUL-20. p.15-23
DR.NAUSHEN SYED.In: stock market response to terrorist attacks:an event study approach,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,2288-4645,SOUTH KOREA,461-713;SHINHEUNG-DONG SUJEONG-GU,SEONGNAM,GYEONGGI,10-AUG-20. p.31-37
DR.NAUSHEN SYED.In: IMPACT OF ICT ON enterpreneurial self efficacy in emerging economy:sustaining lock down during covid-19 panademic.,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,HSM-201066,SOUTH KOREA,461-713;SHINHEUNG-DONG SUJEONG-GU,SEONGNAM,GYEONGGI,22-SEP-20. p.1-15
3. Chapter Contributed

4. Seminar Information

5. Conference Proceeding