With the collective strength of all faculty members, staff, Board members and importantly the guardians, the campus has been running Master of Business Studies which is one of the major attractions for the students aspiring to obtain both theoretical and applied knowledge in their respective fields. In order to ensure the students’ career and good opportunity, the campus organizes various standard and advanced learner-centered programs and activities. Students in addition to being equipped with theoretical knowledge are required to carry out field works, project works, workshops, presentation of relevant case studies and their critical analyses. The teachers always encourage the students to prove themselves to be well trained in their fields and thus ensure success in their academic and professional lives with quality education.
The classes are conducted in the morning shift from 6 : 00 am – 9 : 00 am.
The MBS 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.
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 TU Faculty of Management (FOM) shall have the final authority in conducting, evaluating and awarding grades in semester-end examinations. The performance of students will be evaluated through ongoing in-semester evaluations (internal evaluation) and semester-end examinations (Board Exam). TU Faculty of Management (FOM) has assigned 40 marks to campus as internal evaluation and 60 marks will be carried out by FOM as board exam. The campus conducts ongoing internal evaluation as two terminal exams and several ongoing continuous tests for 100 marks which will be converted to 40 marks for final evaluation.
|Internal Evaluation: 40 Marks|
|Evaluation Activities||Weight in %|
|Terminal Examination : Mid Term Exam
(Class presentations, case analysis, group works etc)
Two Terminal Exams: Mid Term and Pre-Board for 90 Marks.
a) Mid-Term Exam 30 marks:
After completion of 50% of the courses, 2 hours written exam as of Board Exam shall be conducted Mid. Term Exam carries 30 marks
b) Pre-Board Exam as Final term 60 marks:
After completion of all courses, 3 hours written exam as of Board Exam shall be conducted. Pre-board Exam carries 60 marks.
Terminal Examinations shall be conducted as presented in the following table:
|Group||Evaluation Components||Number of Questions and Choice||Weight in %|
|Group A||Case Analysis, Situation Analysis or Extended Problem Analysis as suitable to the course||Two Compulsory Questions||50|
|Group B||Problem solving, Critical Analysis , Oriented Questions||Three analytical Questions with one choice. (Two questions of 15 marks each to be solved by students)||30|
|Group C||Concept Oriented short Answer Questions||Six short Answer Questions with Two Choice. Questions (Four Questions of 5 marks to be solved by students||20|
In case a student remains absent in internal examination due to serious illness will given one-time opportunity to appear in the exam if he/she is able to produce an authorized medical certificate. The internal exam notice will be published by the concerned department or campus.
Final review by Campus
Campus shall review on the above internal evaluation for final evaluation after conversion of 100 marks to 40 marks. Review shall be made on the basis of over all performances, past performances, discipline, attendances and active participation of the student in non credit activities such as event management, community services ,extra activities etc. Students not securing 20 marks in each subject shall not be qualified for Board Exam