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Academic Structure

Academic Structure

The curriculum for BBS degree comprises: A strong foundation in allied areas of business such as language, economic analysis, legal environment, quantitative methods and research methods to prepare graduates to understand, analyze and comprehend the management concepts, theories and practice.
Code Subject
First Year
MGT 201 Business English
MGT 202 Business Statistics
MGT 207 Microeconomics for Business
MGT 211 Financial Accounting and Analysis
MGT 213 Principles of Management
Second Year
MGT 205 Business Communication
MGT 209 Macroeconomics for Business
MGT 212 Cost and Management Accounting
MGT 223 Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management
MGT 215 Fundamentals of Financial Management
Third Year
MGT 204 Business Law
MGT 226 Foundations of Financial Systems
MGT 217 Business Environment and Strategy
MGT 224 Taxation in Nepal
MGT 214 Fundamentals of Marketing
Fourth Year
MGT 225 Entrepreneurship
MGT 221 Business Research Methods
FIN 250 Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
FIN 253 Fundamentals of Investment
FIN 255 Management of Financial Institutions
MGT 401 Final Project

Admission Criteria

  • Must have successfully completed National Examination Board (NEB), Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB)/+2 or equivalent degree securing at least D+ Grade in any subject or at least a second division.
  • Must have studied English as a full paper at the NEB/+2 or secondary level.

Entrance test and Interview

Eligible students would fill the application form distributed by the college and submit in the college administration. Candidates must appear the College Admission Test (CAT) as fixed by the college.
The test comprises the questions related to verbal ability, quantitative ability, business and economics, logical reasoning and general knowledge comprising of 100 marks in total. Each candidate on getting through entrance is called for interview.
The final result of successful candidates for admission is published on the basis of weighted average of the CAT, admission discussion and NEB/+2 marks.