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BBA (Bachelors of Business Administration)

The BBA, a full-time professional degree program, shall have eight semesters. After successful completion of the eight semesters, students will be awarded BBA [Bachelor of Business Administration] Degree. Further continuation of two more years with successful completion of four more semesters will lead to an MBA degree. Both degrees will be awarded by Purbanchal  University.

The curriculum of BBA will equip the students to excel in every new initiative and they will be recognized both nationally and internationally. This program aims at producing quality management professionals through a well-structured syllabus with a specialization in Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Operations Management, and System.

This program is approved and recognized by the Government of Nepal and affiliated to Purbanchal University, to create an academic center of excellence. The college itself has one of the oldest existences in Chitwan, with one and only Management focused College in the town.

  • World-class learning environment
  • Support from experienced core faculty members
  • Research orientation and paper presentation
  • Continuous learning from the prevailing business environment and corporate leadership
  • Technology-enabled teaching and learning
  • A competitive and collaborative spirit
  • Continuous improvement of processes and systems
  • Focus on management learning & lifelong learning
  • Exposure to national & international seminars.
  • Holistic personality grooming through specialized classes
  • Language lab. for strengthening communication skills
  • Emphasis on teamwork & commitment to success
  • Learning through the mentor-mentee system, case-based learning, small team interaction, project groups and involvement in specialized clubs
  • Placement Cell and training for better employability

Flagship Program for BBA students:

  1. Personal Development Program: This is 21 hours soft skills development program offered to BBA students only as part of their orientation. We conduct this workshop collaborating with LCCI Nepal Pvt. Ltd. ( Primarily soft skills (communication skills, leadership skills and Goal setting etc.) are covered during the sessions. Distinguished industry veterans are the lead facilitators of the events.
  2. Mentorship Chain Program: It is 3 years long collaborative learning program to develop soft skills on students. This program starts from the first semester and normally ends after the 7th semester. Students from multiple semesters collaborate for learning and guided by experts. We offer this program in collaboration with First Avocado Pvt. Ltd. (

BBA Syllabus (Implemented from 2022 Batch) 

Year One (Semester I & II) – Click here to download the syllabus

Year Two (Semester III & IV) – Click here to download the syllabus

Year Three (Semester V & VI) – Click here to download the syllabus

Year Fourth (Semester VII & VIII) – Click here to download the syllabus

Specialization Area (Anyone)
Marketing (Any 5)
Specialization 1-Consumer Behavior
Specialization 2-Advertising and Sales promotion

Specialization 3-Sales and Distribution management

Specialization 4-Marketing of Services
Specialization 5-Brand Management or
Specialization 5-Retail Management

Finance (Any 5)
Specialization 1-Capital Structures
Specialization 2-Working Capital Management
Specialization 3-Financial Institutions and Market
Specialization 4-Financial Derivatives and Risk Management
Specialization 5-Capital Investment and Financing Decisions or
Specialization 5-Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Human Resource Management (Any 5)
Specialization 1- Designing and Managing HR system
Specialization 2- Training and Development
Specialization 3-Organization Development
Specialization 4-Leadership and Team Building
Specialization 5-Industrial Relations
Specialization 5- Conflict management and negotiation

Accounting (Any 5)
Specialization 1-Advanced Cost Accounting
Specialization 2-Advanced Management Accounting
Specialization 3-Taxation Practices in Nepal
Specialization 4-Auditing
Specialization 5-Budgeting
Specialization 5-Company Accounts

International Business (Any 5)
Specialization 1-International Marketing
Specialization 2-International Finance
Specialization 3-Cross-cultural negotiations
Specialization 4-Export Promotion Management
Specialization 5-Forex Management
Specialization 5-Foreign Language (Any one UN language except English)

Course Composition: (Click here to download the syllabus) (Note: This is old course structure i.e., before 2022 batch.)

Semester – I: 15 credit hours

1. FO-111: Business Mathematics

2. FO-112: English

3. FO-113: Business Economics

4. MGT-114: Financial Accounting-I

5. MGT-115: Principles of Management

Semester – 5: 15 credit hours

21. MGT-151: Research Methodology and Report Writing

22. MGT-152: Production and Operations Management

23. MGT-153: Banking and Insurance

24. MGT-154: Project Management

25. MGT-155: Organizational Behavior

Semester – II: 15 credit hours

6. FO -121: Business Communications

7. FO -122: Macro Economic Analysis and Policy

8. FO -123: Business Statistics

9. MGT-124: Principles of Marketing

10. MGT-125: Financial Accounting-II

Semester – VI: 15 credit hours

26. MGT-161: Management Information System (MIS)

27. MGT-162: Public Finance

28. MGT-163: Total Quality Management

29. MGT-164: Tourism Management

30. MGT-165: Entrepreneurship Development

Semester – III: 15 credit hours

11. MGT-131: Cost and Management Accounting

12. MGT-132: Business Finance

13. MGT-133: Database Management System

14. MGT-134: Marketing Management

15. MGT-135: Business Environment of Nepal

Semester – VII: 15 credit hours

31. MGT-171: Supply Chain Management(2 Cr)

32. MGT-172: E-commerce (2 Cr.)

33. MGT- 173: Internship (5 Cr.)

34. XXX-171: Specialization-1

35. XXX-172: Specialization-2


Semester – IV: 15 credit hours

16. MGT-141: Business Law

17. MGT-142: Financial Management

18. MGT-143: Taxation and Auditing

19. MGT-144: Human Resource Management

20. MGT-145: Quantitative Techniques for Business

Semester – VIII: 15 credit hours

36. CAP-181: International Business

37. CAP-182: Strategic management

38. XXX-183: Specialization-3

39. XXX-184: Specialization-4

40. XXX-185 OR XXX-186: Specialization-5


Specialization area

Marketing (Any Five)

Semester – VII

  1. MKT-171: Specialization 1-Consumer Behavior
  2. MKT-172: Specialization 2-Advertising and Sales promotion

Semester -VIII (Any Three)

  1. MKT-183: Specialization 3-Sales and Distribution management
  2. MKT-184: Specialization 4-Marketing of Services
  3. MKT-185: Specialization 5-Brand Management


  1. MKT-186: Specialization 5-Retail Management

Finance (Any Five)

Semester – VII

  1. FIN-171: Specialization 1-Capital Structures
  2. FIN-172: Specialization 2-Working capital Management

Semester – VIII (Any Three)

  1. FIN-183: Specialization 3-Financial Institutions and Market
  2. FIN-184: Specialization 4-Financial Derivatives and Risk Management
  3. FIN-185: Specialization 5-Capital Investment and Financing Decisions


  1. FIN-186: Specialization 5-Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Internal Marks Evaluation Criteria:

Class Test I (After 30% course coverage)

Class Test II (After 60% course coverage)

Class Test III/ Term Paper (After complete coverage)

40% (Average of best two) (12 marks)



95% above- 100% of marks

90% to 95%- 80% of marks

80% to 90%- 70% of marks

20% (6 marks)


Group Discussion/Class Participation

Participation- 40% of marks

Argument- 40% of marks

Leading/Convincing- 20% of marks

20% (6 marks)



Presentation Content- 30% of marks

Communication- 50% of marks

Organization of presentation- 20% of marks

20% (6 marks)



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