Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA)
Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) is a long felt professional academic programme introduced by the faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University in the year 2001 AD. Putting aside the traditional and conventional methods of teaching-learning, the program aims at producing bachelor level graduates of international standards in Management education with applied and pragmatic philosophies of acquiring knowledge. Above all, the program is directed to prepare the people to face successfully in the field of ever expanding and challenging knowledge economy. Bhaktapur Multiple Campus feels proud to be the first campus in Bhaktapur district to introduce this programme from academic year 2070/71.
Producing socially responsible, creative, broad minded, competent management professionals to meet the need of middle level managerial positions in and outside the country.
- Prepare students to be fit for middle level managerial positions
- Develop students’ skills in objective oriented business management and making them capable of understanding and problems solving on business.
Applicants are required to appear in the written test-CMAT (Central Management Admission Test) conducted by the Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University. Students must secure a minimum of 40% in CMAT in order to qualify for the interview. The test will follow the standard testing pattern and may include areas like verbal ability, quantitative ability, logical reasoning and general awareness.
On the basis of the performance in written test, candidates will be short listed for interview. The campus grants admission to the successful candidates strictly on merit basis. Only sixty four seats are available for admission in BBA including four seats reserved for deserving students recommended by Dean Office of faculty of management.
Students desiring to get admission for BBA program in this campus must have:
- Passed + 2 , PCL, Intermediate or other equivalent level from TU or other board, institution or university recognized by TU
- Secured at least second division marks in aggregate or at least “C” in all subjects.
- Studied English as a full paper carrying at least 100 marks
- Secured sufficient marks in CMAT exam as well as in personal interview
The general teaching pedagogy will include class lectures, group discussions, case studies, practical exercises, laboratory work, project work, term papers and internship. The teaching faculty will determine the choice of the teaching methodology according the needs of the course.
The concerned teacher/instructor shall develop a detailed course outline and work plan at the beginning of each semester and also recommend the basic text and other reference materials for teaching-learning of course modules.
Examination, Evaluation and Grading System
The BBA program is executed through the semester system. The regular program is completed in eight semesters. The internal (ongoing) evaluation and the external (end of semester) examination carry 40 percent and 60 percent weightage respectively. The semester examinations are conducted by FOM. The final grade of the student is determined on the overall performance in the internal and external examinations. Student must secure a minimum of grade ‘B’ or Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 in the internal evaluation in order to qualify to appear in the semester examination. At the end of the semester, the pass marks of external exam will be 50% (Grade Point 2.70). By taking this 50% or Grade Point 2.7, the students should achieve minimum Grade B or Cumulative Grade Point Average (CPGA) 3.0, (60%) to pass the semester. The grading system is as follows:
|Grade||Grade Point Average (GPA)||Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)||Remarks|
|A-||3.7||3.70 – 3.99||Very good|
|B+||3.3||3.30 – 3.69||First Division|
|B||3.0||3.00 – 3.29||Second Division|
|B-||2.7||2.70 – 2.99||Pass in Individual paper|
If the marks obtained by students in the internal exam is more than 20% compared to, the marks obtained in external exam at the end of the semester, the marks will be maintained at least 20% more out of the marks obtained in internal exam.
Make-up Examination and Re-registration
For the students of 2074/075 (2017 AD) will be only in the semester cycle, but in the context of 8th semester students make-up exam will be conducted if they are failed only in two subjects. If the student fails in the make-up, In case of failure in one or more courses at the end of semester examination, he/she shall have to re-register and repeat the course as per the course cycle. The examination of the registered course shall be held as per the course style.
Students are required to attend regularly all lectures, practical classes, seminars and presentations as required by the course. A candidate for the examination must have attended a minimum of 80% of such activities in order to be eligible to appear in the semester examination.
The university confers BBA degree to the students after the successful completion of the following requirements.
- Completion of 120 credit hours as prescribed with a minimum of pass grade in all course with an aggregate (Cumulative Grade Point Average) CGPA of 2.70.
- A minimum of grade C in the internship program
- Completion of the program within 7 years from the time of registration.
Curricular Structure and Credit hours
- Management and allied 72 credit hours
- Computer related courses 18 credit hours
- Specialization area courses 24 credit hours
- Internship 6 credit hours
Total 120 credit hours
- Well furnished class rooms
- Sufficient computer lab and library
- Use of multimedia to facilitate teaching learning process
- Regular seminars and PowerPoint presentations
- Guest lectures ,Audio video class and films ,industrial orientation, focused group surveys, project works and publications
- Wi-Fi inside college premises
After completing specialization courses in the 8th semester, the students will be involved in internship program for a period of eight weeks. The system of internship program is launched by TU for BBA students especially with a view to impact practical knowledge of what they study in the campus. This program is a part of study carrying 6 credit hours. All the students should compulsorily participate in the internship program by joining some business or non business organizations and work there for two months. Each student shall prepare an individual internship report in the prescribed format based on the work assigned to him/her in the respective organization.
Core Area Courses
(Each course carries 3 credit hours)
|MGT 201||Principles of Management||
|ECO 201||Micro Economics||
|MTH 201||Business Mathematics I||
|IT 201||Computer System and Information Technology Appications||
|MGT 202||Human Resource Management||
|ECO 202||Macro Economics||
|STT 201||Business Mathematics II||
|IT 202||Introductory Database||
|ENG 203||Business Communication||
|STT 201||Business Statistics||
|ACC 201||Financial Accounting||
|FIN 201||Business Finance||
|IT 203||Management Information System||
|MGT 204||Business Law||
|MGT 206||Business Environment in Nepal||
|ACC 202||Cost and Management Accounting||
|PSY 201||Basic Psychology||
|MKT 201||Fundamentals of Marketing||
|MGT 207||International Business||
|FIN 202||Basic Financial Management||
|MGT 205||Operations Management||
|SOC 201||Sociology for Business||
|ACC 203||Corporate Taxation in Nepal||
|RCH 201||Business Research Methods||
|MGT 203||Organizational Behaviour||
|SOC 202||Nepalese Society and Politics||
|ITC 206||E- Commerce||
|Three Specialization Courses
MGT 209: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
PRJ 350: Summer Project
|9 Credit Hours
3 Credit Hours
3 Credit Hours
|Three Specialization Courses
MGT 208: Business Strategy
|9 Credit. Hrs
3 Credit Hours
|MGT 350: Internship||3. Cr. Hrs|
Mrs. Gyani Shah Malla – BBA Director
Mr. Tulsi Ram Ghemosu – BBA Dy. Director
Mr. Prashu Ram Gelal- Former Director