Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program is a TU affiliated, semester based academic program. The program extends over 8 semesters, 120 credit hours in four years. This program is recognized as the best of all programs in Management. This program equips BBA graduates with management theories for day to day business issues, especially focusing on ethically and socially responsible business practices. This program is also helpful to be a self-employed professional in the business field.
This program lays strong foundation of theoretical knowledge and substantial practical understanding through the prescribed courses of the management skills. The package of BBA course covers financial management, accounting practice, human resource management, business law, marketing, economic analysis of business world, psychology, sociology, decision-making and sufficient IT based computer packages.
In order to boost up competency and confidence level of the students this campus provides sound conductive learning environment and extra curricular activities.
|Course Composition – BBA Program|
|First Semester||Second Semester||Third Semester||Fourth Semester|
|ENG 201: English-I||ENG 202: English-II||ENG 203: Business Communication||MGT 204: Business Law.|
|MGT 201: Principles of Management||MGT 202: Human Resource Management||STT 201: Statistics||MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal|
|ECO 201: Micro Economics||ECO 202: Macro Economics||ACC 201: Financial Accounting||ACC 202: Cost and Management Accounting|
|MTH 201 : Business Mathematics-I||MTH 202: Business Mathematics-II||FIN 201: Business Finance||PSY 201: Psychology|
|ITC 201: Computer and Information Technology Applications||ITC 202: Introductory Database||ITC 203: Management Information System||MTT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing|
|Fifth Semester||Sixth Semester||Seventh Semester||Eight Semester|
|MGT 207: International Business||RCH 201: Business Research Methods||Three Specialization Courses||Three Specialization Courses|
|FIN 202: Basic Financial Management||MGT 203: Organizational Behavior||MGT 209: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility||MGT 208: Business Strategy|
|MGT 205: Operations Management||SOC 202: Nepalese Society and Politics||PRJ 350: Summer Project||MGT 350: Internship|
|SOC 201 : Sociology||MGT 210: Entrepreneurship||Note : Student may choose any specilized course for this semester||Note : Student may choose any specilized course for this semester|
|ACC 203 : Corporate Taxation in Nepal||ITC 206: E-Commerce|
BBA is a full time course. Students must attend at least 65 to 70 class days in each semester. The classes are conducted in the day shift from 11 : 00 am – 4 : 00 pm.
|Exam And Evaluation|
The academic performance of the TU BBA students is evaluated on the basis eight semesters. The internal (ongoing) evaluation is carried by campus and external (at the end of semester) is carried by TU Faculty of Management. Internal evaluation carries 40% and External evaluation carries 60% weightage. The final grade of student shall be determined on the over all performances in the internal and external examinations.
|People’s BBA Teaching Pedagogy & Internal Evaluation System|
People’s campus has been evolving as one of the best management campuses in Nepal. Its main goal is to provide “Quality education to all at affordable price“. The Campus is trying to evolve as a learning centre and become a centre of management excellence. To achieve this goal, the campus is continuously improving its teaching pedagogy and internal evaluation system of its students. The Campus has been implementing following comprehensive and continuous Internal Evaluation system (IES) of BBA students.
A.Main IES are:
1) Monthly test:
At least two Monthly tests are carried out. First monthly test is conducted after the completion of 20 to 25 class days of the semester and the second monthly test is carried out after the completion of 20 to 25 class days of the mid-term exam . Each monthly test carries 20 marks. Each faculty is required to maintain internal record as annex-1 and submit it to the campus after the completion.
2) Continuous test:
Continuous test includes Home work, Case study, Project work, presentation skill, communication skill, Attendance and discipline. Each student requires to do all these activities periodically as specified by the faculty in each subject. Continuous test carries 60 marks. Break downs of 60 marks are as follows:
Home work, Class work, Participation in classes: 15 Mark
Project work and Cases studies: 15 Marks
Presentation and communication skill: 15 Mark
Attendance, punctuality and discipline: 15 Marks
Each faculty is required to maintain internal record as annex-1 and submit it to the campus after the completion.
3) Mid-Term Exam:
After the completion of 40% of the courses, a 2 hour written exam as of Board Exam shall be conducted. The Mid term carries 40 marks.
4) Pre-Board Exam:
After the completion of all courses, a 3 hour written exam as of Board Exam shall be conducted. The Pre-board Exam carries 60 marks
B)Evaluation of Total Internal marks 200
1)Evaluation by Faculty:
Two Monthly tests: 40 Marks
Continuous tests: 60 Marks
Mid-term Exam: 40 Marks
Pre-board Exam: 60 Marks
2)Final review by the Campus and conversion of 200 marks to 40 marks
The Campus shall review on the above internal evaluation for final evaluation and convert 200 marks to 40 marks proportionately. The review shall be made on the basis of over all performances, discipline, attendance and active participation of the student in non credit activities such as event management ,community services ,extra activities etc
C) Attendance and Punctuality
1) Students must attend classes regularly. Students, whose attendance is below 80%, may be disqualified for board exam.
2) Students must enter the campus gate before 10.50 AM and be seated in the respective class before the bell. Students, entering the gate after 11 .00 AM, shall not be allowed to go to the class for the period. Students must be punctual in each class and students, entering the class after 5 minutes of the class commencement, shall not be permitted to enter into the class.
3) Students must remain in the campus till 4:00 PM. Students are not allowed to go out of the campus without campus permission .
D)Uniform and Identity card
1)Students are required to wear uniform (dress)as specified by the campus all the time while they are in the campus.
2)Students must hold identity cards all the time inside the campus, and must present it on demand while entering the campus
E) Non-Credit program
The Campus has introduced several non-credit programs in each semester such as event management, study visit, community services, guest lectures from different experts and several extra activities. All students are required to participate in all such activities actively.