BBA Programs

 

BBA is a four years' management course including eight semesters. Each semester is of six months' duration.

  1. Must have completed the intermediate, Proficiency Certificate or 10+2 level, in Humanities or Science or Management Stream from Tribhuvan University or from any other University or Board recognized by TU securing 45% above.
  2. Should apply in the prescribed form for entrance test.
  3. Should enclose with the application form attested copies of relevant certificates of all examinations passed along with three recent passport size photograph.
  4. Must pass the entrance test of T.U. (CMAT), college entrance test and personal interview.
  5. Only the student passing the interview, will be eligible for an admission.

 

BBA is a four years' management course including eight semesters. Each semester is of six months' duration.

  1. Must have completed the intermediate, Proficiency Certificate or 10+2 level, in Humanities or Science or Management Stream from Tribhuvan University or from any other University or Board recognized by TU securing 45% above.
  2. Should apply in the prescribed form for entrance test.
  3. Should enclose with the application form attested copies of relevant certificates of all examinations passed along with three recent passport size photograph.
  4. Must pass the entrance test of T.U. (CMAT), college entrance test and personal interview.
  5. Only the student passing the interview, will be eligible for an admission.

Pokhara University follows a four-point letter grade system. The letter grades awarded to students will be as follows

Grade

Grade Point

Description

A

4.0

Excellent

A-

3.7

 

B+

3.3

 

B

3.0

Good

B-

2.7

 

C+

2.3

 

C

2.0

Satisfactory

C-

1.7

 

D+

1.3

 

D

1.0

Minimum requirement

F

0

Fail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In some rare and unusual circumstances, if a student is unable to complete all the required works for the course, he/she may be temporarily marked with incomplete grade "I". I f all the required works are not completed within the following semester, the letter "I" will be automatically converted into "F". The performance of a student is evaluated in terms of the follwing two indices:

The semester grade point average(SGPA) which is the grade point average for semester and is given by:

SGPA=Total honor points earned in a semester/Total number of credit hours taken in semester.

The cumulative gradepoint average (CGPA) which is the grade point average for all completed semester and is given by:

CGPA=Cumulative total honor points earned/Cumulative total number of credit hour taken.

 

Full Internal Marks:                                                                   50

Unit Test, First assessment and pre-board includes Marks:     35

Assignments includes Marks:                                                     5 

Discipline and attitude includes Marks:                                      5

Attendanceincludes Marks:                                                        5 

Grade

Grade Point

Description

A

4.0

Excellent

A-

3.7

 

B+

3.3

 

B

3.0

Good

B-

2.7

 

C+

2.3

 

C

2.0

Satisfactory

C-

1.7

 

D+

1.3

 

D

1.0

Minimum requirement

F

0

Fail

 

 

Semester I (Credit Hours 15)

 

» English I

» Business Mathematics I

» Financial Accounting I

» Principle of Management

» Computer and IT Applications

 

Semester II (Credit Hours 15)

» English II

» Business Mathematics II

» Financial Accounting II

» General Psychology

» Introductory Micro Economics

 

Semester III (Credit Hours 15)

» Business Communication I

» Business Statistics

» Essentials of Finance

» Fundamentals of Sociology

» Introductory Macro Economics

 

Semester IV (Credit Hours 15)

» Business Communication II

» Data Analysis and Modelling

» Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour

» Principles of Marketing

» Financial Management

 

Semester V (Credit Hours 15)

» Basics of Managerial Accounting

» Business Research Methods

» Management of Human Resources

» Fundamentals of Operations

 Management

» Concentration I

 

Semester VI (Credit Hours 15)

» Introduction to Management

Information Systems

» Legal Aspects of Business and

Technology

» Business and Society

» Project Work

» Concentration II

 

Semester VII (Credit Hours 15)

» Business Environment in Nepal

» Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

» Internship

» Elective I

» Concentration III

 

Semester VIII (Credit Hours 15)

» Strategic Management

» Introduction to International

Business

» Essentials of e-Business

» Elective II

» Concentration IV


 

Attendance 5 marks

  • At least 80%attendance is must. Otherwise, he/she will not qualify for university exam.
  • Attendance above 80% and below 85% - 1 marks
  • Attendance above 85% and below 90% - 3 marks
  • Attendance above 90%and below 95% -  4 marks
  • Attendance above 95% -5 marks
  • Sickness and any other excuses will not be entertained.