Bachelor of Business Administration


The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program of Pokhara University aims to provide students with foundational knowledge and practical skill in various areas of business administration. It also intends to develop intellectual ability and managerial skills in students through business and other social science courses. Besides, the program helps the students to develop proper attitudes and qualities required for managing business functions.


The BBA Program is an intensive 4-year course stretched over eight semester of full time study, with every academic year having two semesters. The Fall Semester starts in September and the spring semester in March. Students are normally admitted to the program in the fall semester. Maximum duration allowed for the BBA program to be completed is eight years i.e.,16 semesters. Students are required to complete internship and project work during their study period. After completion of the course requirements students are awarded with the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) by Pokhara University.

Objectives of the program

  • Prepare students with sound knowledge and proper conceptual underpinnings of business management.
  • Prepare students for professional career in business or public management at entry level managerial position.
  • Inculcate positive attitudes, abilities and practical skills that are essential for a socially responsible and competent manager.
  • Awareness of the environmental factors, social/functional relationships, and ethical standards that affect business and administrative decisions within an organization.
  • Develop ability to work in teams and individually, and
  • Develop adequate foundation for higher studies in management.

Curricular Structure

The curriculum is designed to equip students with the competencies, knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for success in management field. The coursework gives students a broad and holistic view of the challenges in today’s business environment. Besides lectures, the classes are facilitated by case studies, group discussion, project assignments, field visits, class presentations and other teaching methods. In addition to this, term-paper writing, seminars and project works are the common teaching methods used by the faculty to achieve the objectives of various courses. Throughout the program emphasis is placed on students’ active participation and involvement in learning with the role of a faculty member mostly confined to that of a guide and counselor.

A student needs to complete 120 credit hours of course work, project work and internship for earning BBA degree. A full time student has to take a minimum of 12 credits per semester.

Foundation Courses

39 Credits

These courses develop students’ communication skills and provide them with strong foundation in economics, behavioral sciences, statistics, mathematics, information technology and legal environment of business.
  • ENG 101
    English I
  • ENG 102
    English II
  • MTH 101
    Business Mathematics I
  • MTH 102
    Business Mathematics II
  • STT 101
    Business Statistics
  • STT 201
    Data Analysis and Modeling
  • ECO 101
    Introductory Microeconomics
  • ECO 201
    Introductory Macroeconomics
  • SOC 101
    Fundamentals of Sociology
  • PSY 101
    General Psychology
  • ENG 201
    Business Communication I
  • ENG 202
    Business Communication II
  • MIS 101
    Computer and IT Applications

Core Courses

57 Credits

These courses will help student to understand principles and practices in the basic and functional area of management and develop their ability to synthesize and appreciate.
  • MGT 111
    Principles of Management
  • LAW 291
    Legal Aspects of Business and Technology
  • MIS 201
    Introduction to Management Information System
  • MGT 211
    Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour
  • ACC 121
    Financial Accounting I
  • ACC 122
    Financial Accounting II
  • ACC 221
    Basics of Managerial Accounting
  • FIN 131
    Essentials of Finance
  • FIN 231
    Financial Management
  • RCH 311
    Business Research Methods
  • MKT 241
    Principles of Marketing
  • MGT 311
    Fundamentals of Operations Management
  • MGT 313
    Introduction to International Business
  • MGT 312
    Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
  • MIS 301
    Essentials of e-Business
  • MGT 212
    Business and Society
  • MIS 301
    Essentials of e-Business
  • MGT 411
    Business Environment in Nepal
  • MGT 412
    Strategic Management

Concentration Courses

12 Credits

The concentration courses will help students to develop specialized and focused skills in the areas of their choice. Students are required to select four courses from any one of the concentration area offered by the college.


  • ACC 421
  • ACC 422
  • ACC 423
    Advanced Management Accounting
  • ACC 424
    Accounting Information System
  • ACC 425
    Accounting Report and Financial Statement Analysis
  • ACC 426
    Special Topics in Accounting


  • MKT 441
    Consumer Behaviour
  • MKT 442
    Advertising and Sales Promotion
  • MKT 443
    Sales Management
  • MKT 444
    Retail Marketing
  • MKT 445
    Service Marketing
  • MKT 446
    Foreign Trade Management


  • FIN 431
    Corporate Finance
  • FIN 432
  • FIN 433
    Investment Management
  • FIN 434
    Bank Operations and Management
  • FIN 435
    Risk Management and Insurance
  • FIN 436
    Fundamentals of Financial Derivatives
  • FIN 437
    Financial Institutions and Markets

Human Resource:

  • HRM 451
    Labour-Management Relations
  • HRM 452
    Contemporary Issues in HRM
  • HRM 453
    Compensation and Benefits Management
  • HRM 454
    Negotiation and Conflicts Management
  • HRM 455
    Performance Appraisal
  • HRM 456
    Human Resource Development

Small Business and Entrepreneurship:

  • SBE 461
    Small Business Entrepreneurship
  • SBE 462
    Small Business Finance
  • SBE 463
    Rural Marketing
  • SBE 464
    Retail Management
  • SBE 465
    Social Entrepreneurship
  • SBE 466
    Venture Ideas and Models

PRJ 491 Project Work

3 Credits

Students are required to undertake independent project assignment that involves fieldwork and empirical analysis of the information collected from the field. The students are also required to prepare a project report on a prescribed format. The objective of the project work is to develop students’ skills in research, particularly in areas of data collection, processing, analysis, and report writing. The evaluation of the project work shall be external. Only ‘Pass/Fail’ grades are awarded in the internship.

INT 391 Internship

3 Credits

The BBA students are required to undertake an internship program approved by the Head of the program. A faculty supervises the student intern. The primary goal of internship is to provide a student with a real-life on-the-job exposure and an opportunity to apply theoretical concepts in real life situation. Student’s interest and intended area of concentration are taken into account while making internship placement decisions. The normal duration of the internship is 6 to 8 weeks, and it is undertaken during the summer after completing at least 48 credit hours of course works. The students must submit the internship report to the host institution and the University and give a seminar to the faculty and students.

A student must obtain ‘Pass’ grade in the internship. Failure to obtain passing will call for a retake of the internship program. Such retake may be allowed at most only once.

Course Registration

Students are required to register courses at the beginning of each semester. Since registration is a very important procedural part of the credit system, all students must present themselves at the college. Registration in absence may be allowed only in rare cases at the discretion of principal. A student’s nominee cannot register for courses but will only be allowed to complete other formalities.

Teaching Pedagogy and learning values

The BBA Program adopts rigorous theoretical instruction complemented by case-based teaching, term-paper writing, seminars and project work to emphasize on the application of concepts and theories to identify, diagnose and solve managerial problems. Up-to-date and relevant course materials are used to provide students with a solid theoretical base and conceptual clarity. Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on active participation and involvement of students in learning with the role of a faculty member mostly confined to that of a guide and counselor.

Students are also encouraged to consult the faculty during office hours for academic assistance. SAIC also adopts critical approach to learning which offers the students long lasting benefits than conventional management courses.

Evaluation and Grading System

A student’s academic performance in a course is evaluated in two phases as:
  • An Internally (session work) by the concerned faculty member through quizzes, tutorials, lab works, home assignments, Presentation, case studies, class tests, class participation, term papers etc.
  • Externally by the Office of the Controller of Examination through Semester-end examinations.
  • A fifty percent weight is given to internal and fifty percent weight is given to external evaluation (Semester-end examination) and A student is required to pass the internal and external evaluation independently and the final grade awarded to a student in a course is based on his/her consolidated performance in both internal and external evaluations.
  • A student will get NOT Qualified (NQ) status in the internal evaluation if his/her performance falls below the minimum requirement. Such students will not be allowed to appear in the semester-end-examination of that particular course.
  • The student’s performance is evaluated and graded on a letter grading system with a 4-point scale. In order to graduate, a student should achieve CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) of 2.0 or better.
  • Only in very rare and unusual circumstances, if a student cannot finish all the required works for the course, he/she may be awarded an incomplete grade of “I”. If all the required works are not completed within the following semester, the grade of “I” will be automatically converted into “F”.

Degree Requirements

For graduation a student should have:
  • A ‘D’ or better grade in each of the courses as specified in the curricular structure section.
  • Completed all the courses, project work and internship as specified in the curricular structure section within the maximum time period specified in the normal and maximum duration of study section.
  • Completed the internship with ‘Pass’ grade.
  • A CGPA of 2 or better.
A student, whose performance in the past semesters does not show the possibility of maintaining this CGPA, may be dismissed from the program.

Attendance Requirements

The students must attend every lecture, tutorial, seminar and practical classes. However, to accommodate for late registration, sickness and other contingencies,and the attendance requirements is set for a minimum of 80% of the classes actually held. If the student is absent from the college for more than four weeks without permission of the principal, his/her name will be removed from the college roll.

Requirement Details

Anyone having Intermediate of Higher Secondary or Proficiency Certificate Level or equivalent as recognized by Pokhara University can apply for admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration program. Admission to the program is based on academic promise of applicants as indicated by their academic records, statement of objectives, recommendations, scores on entrance test and performance in the personal interview.

Admission Process

The admission process at the college involves:
  • Submission of complete application form, two letters of recommendations and transcripts of all previous degrees (SLC onwards) along with payment of the admission test fee within the date specified. The candidates, who are given provisional admission under special condition, are required to submit all necessary documents within a month of the beginning of regular classes. Otherwise, the admission will be cancelled
  • Taking Admission Test Administered by the College. Applicants are tested for their aptitude to study management through a written Admission Test administered by the University/College. The test is designed to assess the applicants’ ability in verbal and quantitative reasoning and proficiency in English language.
  • Personal Interview. After the applicants are short-listed on the basis of their score in the admission test and previous academic achievements, they are required to appear for a personal interview.

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Student's Voice

Wheel of fortune or is that fate, drawn towards me to joined BBA program at SAIC in year 2017. I have been dazed and swayed by people around me since the very first day.Coming from a science background from +2 SAIC has helped me to fill the vacuum between management and science world. I have got convenience to step out of my comfort zone through presentation, extra curriculum activity, group task which contribute me to become successful person. I'm always grateful and pride to say i am SAIC, pupil.

Parbati Thapa, 2017

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