SAIM College

BBA

About Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) 

 

Eligibility

+2 /HSEB from any stream(Management, Science, Humanities, Education) or Equivalent

Class Timing

6:30 am -12:30 Pm( 6 Days a Week)

Location

Old Banesower, Kathmandu, Nepal 

Duration of Program

4 Years (8 semesters)

Affiliation

Pokhara University

Total Credit

120

 






The BBA is a four-year program structured in eight semesters. The BBA program consists of 120 credit hours including course work, project work and internship work. This course is designed to provide students with practical skills and knowledge in a variety of business administration areas. Students will also be exposed to business and other social science courses to enhance their intellectual ability and managerial skills. To develop the skills and attitude, students are emphasized to participate in class activities, group discussions and individual presentations.

Curriculum Structure 

The curriculum aims to equip students with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and habits necessary for success in the management field. The BBA program provides students with a solid foundation for career growth and prepares them for higher studies. The curriculum comprises the following course structure and semester plan;

Course Structure

Credit Hours

Foundation Courses

39 Credit Hours

Core Courses
57 Credit Hours
Concentration
12 Credit Hours
Electives
6 Credit Hours
Project Work and Internship
6 Credit Hours

 


 


 

 

 

                                                 Semester I                                                                                                      Semester II

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

ENG 101

English I

3

MTH 101

Business Mathematics I

3

ACC 121

Financial Accounting I

3

MGT 111

Principles of Management

3

MIS 101

Computer & IT Applications

3

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

ENG 102

English II

3

MTH 102

Business Mathematics II

3

ACC 122

Financial Accounting II

3

PSY 101

General Psychology

3

ECO 101

 

Introductory Microeconomics

3

 

                                                 Semester III                                                                                                      Semester IV

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

ENG 201

Business Communication I

3

STT 101

Business Statistics

3

FIN 131

Essentials of Finance

3

SOC 101

Fundamentals of Sociology

3

ECO 201

Introductory Macroeconomics

3

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

ENG 202

Business Communication II

3

STT 201

Data Analysis & Modeling

3

MGT 211

Fundamentals of Organization Behavior

3

MKT 241

Principles of Marketing

3

FIN 231

 

Financial Management

3

 

                                                Semester V                                                                                                        Semester VI

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

ACC 221

Basics of Managerial Accounting

3

RCH 311

Business Research Methods

3

MGT 314

Management of Human Resources

3

MGT 311

Fundamentals of Operation Management

3

Concentration I

3

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

MIS 201

Introduction to Management Information Systems

3

LAW 291

Legal Aspects of Business & Technology

3

MGT 212

Business & Society

3

PRJ 491

Project Work

3

Concentration II

3

 

 

                                                 Semester VII                                                                                                      Semester VIII

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

MGT 411

Business Environment in Nepal

3

MGT 312

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

3

INT 391

Internship

3

Elective I

3

Concentration III

3

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

MGT 412

Strategic Management

3

MGT 313

Introduction to International Business

3

MIS 202

Essentials of e-Business

3

Elective II

3

 

Concentration IV

3

 

 

 Concentration Courses 

The concentration courses are available to students from the 5th semester onwards to develop specialized knowledge and skills. The University requires students to take four courses from any of the following concentration areas.

 

Marketing  

Credits

MKT 441  Consumer Behavior

3

MKT 442  Advertising and Sales Promotion

3

MKT 443  Sales Management

3

MKT 445  Service Marketing

3

MKT 444  Retail Marketing

3

MKT 446  Foreign Trade Management

3

Finance 

Credits

FIN 431  Corporate Finance

3

FIN 433  Investment Management

3

FIN 434  Bank Operations and Management

3

FIN 437  Financial Institutions and Markets

3

FIN 432  Microfinance

3

FIN 436  Fundamentals of Financial Derivatives

3

 

 

 

 

 

Human Resource

Credits

HRM 451  Labor-Management Relations

3

HRM 452  Contemporary Issues in HRM

3

HRM 453  Compensation and Benefits Management

3

HRM 454  Negotiation and Conflict Management

3

HRM 455  Performance Appraisal

3

HRM 456  Human Resource Development

3

Small Business and Entrepreneurship

Credits

SBE 461  Small Business Entrepreneurship

3

SBE 462  Small Business Finance

3

SBE 463  Rural Marketing

3

SBE 464  Retail Management

3

SBE 465  Social Entrepreneurship

3

SBE 466  Venture Ideas and Models

3

 







Electives Courses 

The courses offered in this area are primarily of a non-business nature. Students can take these courses to broaden their knowledge of social and development issues. With the prior approval of the Dean and the Subject Committee, a college may also develop and offer other non-business electives. Students should complete two elective courses (6 credits) to graduate BBA program.

Course Code

Credits

NBE 391  Society and Politics

3

NBE 392  Basic Econometrics    

3

NBE 393  Social Ecology and Environment

3

NBE 394   Media and Public Relations

3

NBE 395   Energy and Sustainable Development

3

NBE 396   Management and Technology

3

NBE 397   Population Dynamics and Development Challenges

3

NBE 398   Creative Thinking and Problem Solving

3

 

 

Faculty Members 

Mr. Abhilash Acharya, MA in Psychology (TU)

Dr. Bhuwan Ojha, PhD (TU)

Mr. Bhanu Dawadi, MPhil in English (PoU), EMBA

Mr. Chaturbhuj Bhatt, M.Sc. (CSIT) (TU)

Mr. Dilip Kumar Jha, Master in Business Studies (TU)

Mr. Hari Bhusal, Master of Business Administration (India)

Dr. Kalpana Mishra, PhD in Management (Nepal)

Mr. Jagadish Pant, Master of Business Administration (PoU)

Mr. Kamal Sigdel, Master of Business Administration (PoU)

Mr. Keshaba Raj Gnawali, MPhil in Marketing (KUSOM)

Mr. Kumar Adhikari, MPhil in English (PoU)

Mr. Laxman Pokhrel, MPhil in Marketing (Kusom), Master in Psychology (TU)

Mr. Manoj Kunwar, MPhil in Economics (TU)

Mr. Mukesh Khatiwada, Master of Business Administration (India)

Mr. Pradip Pandey, Master in Information System (MIS), TU

Mr. Prawin Karki (Chartered Accountant)

Mr. Rajendra Aryal, MA in English (TU)

Mr. Sanjeev Jha, Master of Business Administration (PoU)

Mr. Santosh Gurung, MA in Sociology (TU)

Mr. Shree Krishna Pokhrel, MPhil in Management (KUSOM), MBA

Mr. Sudhir Shrestha, ME in Computer Engineering (KU)

Mr. Suresh Bhurtel, MSC in Statistics (TU)

Ms. Tina Rawal, MPhil in Management (Kusom)

Mr. Vijay Lama, MPhil in Management (KUSOM) and MBA

Mr. Yagya Raj Bhandari, MPhil in Finance (TU)



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Enrollment Procedure 

Eligibility

Students who have successfully completed or expect to complete the 10+2 examination or higher secondary examination can apply for the course. Students who have completed their examinations from Boards other than NEB or Tribhuvan University should bring the eligibility certificate from NEB or Pokhara University / Tribhuvan University. 

Document Requirement

The admission process requires to submit following documents;

·   Complete the application form and attach two passport size photographs.

·   Original copy of all certificates and transcripts of SEE or equivalent.

·   Original copy of all certificates, transcripts, and migration to +2 level or equivalent.

·   Certificate of equivalence from CDC if the student has passed grade XII from a board other than NEB, Nepal.

College Admission Test

After submission of documents, the applicants should take computer based college admission test. The test is designed to assess the applicants’ ability in verbal and quantitative reasoning.

Personal Interview

After the applicants are shortlisted based on their score on the admission test, they are required to appear for a personal interview. The applicants will be offered the admission and scholarship based on the assessment of interview, and college admission test.

BBA Evaluation and Grading 

The performance of students is evaluated and graded according to the assessment and grading system of Pokhara University. Internal faculty members evaluate student performance through quizzes, tutorials, lab work, home assignments, class tests, class participation, and term papers. External evaluations are based on the board examination administered by the Office of the Controller of Examinations. The weightage of internal and external evaluation is equal (50 % each). The pass mark in each course will be a minimum Grade of D or a GPA of 1.00. At the end of the program, students need to secure a minimum CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) of C or 2.0.


The academic performance of students will be graded as per the following scale:

Grade

Honor Points(CGPA)

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

0.0

Fail

Tuition and Fee Structure 

The college offers BBA program in the total cost of NRs. 600,000, payable in 24 instalments in the period of 4 years. This charge is inclusive of all the forms, fees and registration applicable for Pokhara University (PU). The fee amount does not include books, stationery, accommodation and other personal expenses.


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