The BBM program of Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University is designed for aspiring business leaders and managers of the future. The BBM graduates are equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills and self-confidence to assist in effective and successful management, within constantly changing and highly competitive national and global business environment. The course design focuses on producing managers, leaders who will be laying foundation for success of an organization further augmented by embedding the entrepreneurial mindset to the undergraduate students. The course curriculum is categorized into business tools course, business foundation course, focus area course and elective course. The course also provides exposure for student to get engaged in internship program to give them access to real working world.

BBM program is designed with the following objectives:

  1. Enhance students’ skills in creative thinking, decision making, leadership, communication, and gain understanding of operations and change.
  2. Stimulate students’ understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation, and effective management of business operations in a dynamic business environment.
  3. Prepare students for professional life to work as business manager and entrepreneur.

    The program covers total 120 credit hours dividing 15 credit hours in each semester. Each semester constitutes of 16 weeks of intensive study. The performance of students will be evaluated through ongoing in-semester evaluations and semester-end examinations. The in-semester (internal) evaluation shall generally have a total weight of 40 percent in each course. The semester-end examinations on course work related subjects shall have a total weight of 60 percent.

Minimum Academic Requirements (10+2: HSEB/ CBSE/ ISC or equivalent Boards)

 

  • Minimum D+ grade in each subject of grade 11 and 12 with CGPA 1.8 or more Or 
  • Minimum score of second division marks in 10+2, PCL or Equivalent in any discipline. Or 
  • Students who have passed grade 11 and are waiting for grade 12 results can also apply. However, they have to submit passed certificate of grade 12 at the time of admission. 
  • A minimum of 40% in GMAT

 Minimum Academic Requirements (A- Levels)

  • Should have completed 3.5 credit (GP plus 3 credit courses).
  • Should have been provided equivalence by Nepal Education Board.

The BBM program is based on the student-centered learning approach. The general teaching methodology of the program includes interactive lectures, students’ presentations, case studies, and projects. The teaching faculty shall determine the appropriate teaching-learning methods suitable for each course.

The BBM program is an intensive professional program. This program demands a very high level of commitment from students. Students are required to attend regularly all classes and presentations as required by the course. Students failing to attend 80 % of classes shall not be allowed to appear in the semester-end examinations.

 

The performance of students will be evaluated through ongoing in-semester evaluations and semester-end examinations. The FOM shall have the final authority in conducting, evaluating and awarding grades in semester-end examinations. The course facilitator (instructor) shall decide the grades in the in-semester evaluations.

  In-semester Evaluations The in-semester (internal) evaluation shall generally have a total weight of 40 percent in each course. The concerned faculty shall be responsible for the continuous in-semester evaluations. The in-semester evaluation shall be based on a student’s performance in class presentations, case analysis, and project assignments, class tests and others as required by the course. A student must secure a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 or Grade C in a course in order to be eligible to appear in the semester-end examination of that course. The in-semester evaluations will be based on the following components:
In-Semester Evaluation: 40 marks 
Evaluation ActivitiesWeight in %
In-semester pre-board Examination40
Class-room activities (Class presentations, case analysis, group works etc)30
Projects and Assignments20
Class Attendance and discipline10
Total100%
  Semester-end Examinations The semester-end examinations on course work related subjects shall have a total weight of 60 percent. The semester-end examination shall be based on problem solving questions, analytical questions, and case studies or any other formats as demanded by a course. The duration of the examination shall be 3 hours for theory courses. Courses having practical components shall have two-hour practical examination.

The grading system followed in the BBM program will be based on the absolute performance of a student in the in-semester evaluation and semester-end examinations. The performance of a student in the program shall be made on a four-point scale. The final evaluation of students is done through the examination conducted by Tribhuvan University. Students must secure a minimum of grade ‘C’ or Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 in the in-semester evaluation in order to qualify to appear in the semester examination. The grading system of semester examination shall be as follows: 

 
Letter GradeCumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)Division/Remarks
A3.50 – 4.00First Division with Distinction
B2.50 – 3.49First Division
C2.00 – 2.49Second Division
D1.50 – 1.99Pass in Individual paper
EBelow 1.50Fail
  Normal and Maximum Duration of Study The normal duration and the maximum duration for the completion of the requirements for the various programs are as follows:
  1. Normal duration 48 months (8 semesters)
  2. Maximum duration 96 months (16 semesters)

The BBM program extends over eight semesters (four academic years). The BBM degree is awarded upon its successful completion of all the following requirements specified by the curriculum.

  1. The successful completion of 120 credit hours as prescribed with a minimum of passing grade in all courses with CGPA of 2.00.
  2. A minimum of grade ‘C’ obtained in the Project Report Writing Or Internship.
  3. Completed all the course requirements as specified in the curricular structure section within the maximum time period specified in the normal and maximum duration of the study section.

Business tool courses: 36 Credit hours (Each course constitute of 3 credit hours)

  1. ECO 211: Introductory Microeconomics
  2. ECO 212: Introductory Macroeconomics
  3. ENG 211: English I
  4. ENG 212: English II
  5. ENG 213: Business Communications
  6. MTH 211: Business Mathematics I
  7. MTH 212: Business Mathematics II
  8. PSY 201: Psychology
  9. RCH 201: Business Research Methods
  10. SOC 201: Sociology for Business
  11. SOC 202: Nepalese Society and Politics
  12. STT 211: Business Statistics

 

Business foundation courses: 60 Credit hours

  1. ACC 201: Financial Accounting
  2. ACC 211: Computer Based Financial Accounting
  3. ACC 212: Accounting for Decision Making
  4. ACC 213: Corporate Taxation in Nepal
  5. FIN 211: Basic Finance
  6. FIN 212: Financial Management
  7. IT 231: E-commerce
  8. IT 232: Database Management
  9. MGT 201: Principles of Management
  10. MGT 202: Human Resource Management
  11. MGT 203: Organizational Behavior
  12. MGT 205: Operations Management
  13. MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal
  14. MGT 207: International Business
  15. MGT 208: Business Strategy
  16. MGT 209: Business Ethics, Social Responsibility
  17. MGT 211: Legal Environment of Business
  18. MKT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing

 

Focus Area Courses: 15 Credit hours

Focus Area: Bank Operations and Cooperative Management (5 Courses)

  1. BNK 211: Banking Law
  2. BNK 212: Wholesale and Retail Banking
  3. BNK 213: Futures and Options Markets
  4. BNK 214: Commercial Bank Operations
  5. BNK 215: Capital and Money Markets
  6. BNK 216: Treasury Management
  7. BNK 217: Cooperative Management
  8. BNK 218: Micro Finance and Rural Banking
  9. BNK 219: Investment Banking

 

Focus Area: Sales and Marketing (5 Courses)

  1. MKT 211: Consumer Behavior
  2. MKT 212: Advertising and Public Relations
  3. MKT 213: Creative Selling
  4. MKT 214: Sales Force Management
  5. MKT 215: Retail Management
  6. MKT 216: Supply Chain and Channel Management
  7. MKT 217: Industrial Marketing
  8. MKT 218: Rural Marketing

 

Focus Area: Insurance and Risk Management (5 Courses)

  1. INS 211: Introduction to Risk and Insurance
  2. INS 212: Insurance Broking and Bancassurance
  3. INS 213: Commercial Property Risk Management
  4. INS 214: Commercial Liability Risk Management
  5. INS 215: Life and Non-Life Insurance
  6. INS 216: Private Property Risk Management
  7. INS 217: Global Trade and Marine Insurance
  8. INS 218: Micro Insurance

Focus Area: Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (5 Courses)

  1. EED 211: Entrepreneurship Development
  2. EED 212: Principles of Small Business Management
  3. EED 213: Creativity and Innovation
  4. EED 214: Entrepreneurial Marketing
  5. EED 215: Micro-finance
  6. EED 216: Small Business Planning and Creation
  7. EED 217: Project Management 

Electives: 9 Credit hours (Three Courses)

  1. ELE 221: Emerging Global Business Issues
  2. ELE 222: Information and Technology Management
  3. ELE 223: Management of Foreign Trade
  4. ELE 224: Organizational Development and Change
  5. ELE 225: Budgeting and Financial Forecasting
  6. ELE 226: Event Management
  7. ELE 227: Service Operations Management
  8. ELE 228: Labor Relations Management
  9. ELE 229: Negotiation Skills
  10. ELE 230: Real estate Management

 

PRJ 351: Project and Report Writing: 6 Credit hours

Or

MGT 351: Internship: 6 Credit hours

Semester I: 15 Credit Hours

  1. ECO 211: Introductory Microeconomics
  2. ENG 211: English I
  3. MGT 201: Principles of Management
  4. MTH 211: Business Mathematics I
  5. SOC 201: Sociology for Business

 

Semester II: 15 Credit Hours

  1. ACC 201: Financial Accounting
  2. ECO 212: Introductory Macroeconomics
  3. ENG 212: English II
  4. MTH 212: Business Mathematics II
  5. PSY 201: Psychology

 

Semester III: 15 Credit Hours

  1. ACC 211: Computer Based Financial Accounting
  2. ENG 213: Business Communications
  3. FIN 211: Basic Finance
  4. SOC 202: Nepalese Society and Politics
  5. STT 211: Business Statistics

 

Semester IV: 15 Credit Hours

  1. ACC 212: Accounting for Decision Making
  2. FIN 212: Financial Management
  3. MGT 202: Human Resource Management
  4. MKT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing
  5. RCH 201: Business Research Methods

 

 

Semester V: 15 Credit Hours ( There are 4 categories is Focus area course)

  1. ACC 213: Corporate Taxation in Nepal
  2. Focus Area Course I
  3. MGT 203: Organizational Behavior
  4. MGT 205: Operations Management
  5. MGT 214: Legal Environment of Business

 

Semester VI: 15 Credit Hours

  1. Focus Area Course II
  2. IT 212: Database Management
  3. MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal
  4. MGT 207: International Business
  5. MGT 209: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

 

Semester VII: 15 Credit Hours

  1. Elective Course I
  2. Focus Area Course III
  3. Focus Area Course IV
  4. IT 211: E-commerce
  5. MGT 208: Business Strategy

 

Semester VIII: 15 Credit Hours

  1. Elective Course II
  2. Elective Course III
  3. Focus Area Course V

4. Project Report Writing Or Internship- 6 credit hours

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