Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA)
The BBA at Pokhara University is a four year program spread over eight semesters with 120 credits that prepares students for leadership and responsibility in the areas of business and management.
The program offers special training in the areas of Business Education, Accounting, Marketing, and Finance, Human Resource Management, etc. with additional input through seminars, workshops, guest lectures and conferences.
Our BBA degree provides you with the knowledge and skills in general management, to progress in your career in a management environment across all sectors. The BBA program has been developed for people like you who need to know how business organizations function, through an in-depth investigation of key general management functions and of what it takes to manage such functions. The intended outcome of this qualification is the development of general business managers who are equipped with the skills to perform their roles and responsibilities more effectively, and to create career progression and entry opportunities for graduates.
What can you expect?
The BBA program will assist you if you are new to business or have been working, to move into general management. It broadens your understanding of local and international general business administration and management practices, so you can generate and implement integrated plans, and make decisions based on a holistic understanding of organizational structure, systems, culture and strategy.
The College offers various types of bursary to the deserving students in the BBA program:
NEB/University Topper : 100% admission fee and 50% tuition fee
80% and /or Above : 50% admission fee and 25% tuition fee only.
Second Semester to Eight Semester
SGPA – 4.00 : 25% tuition fee
SGPA – 3.75 : 15% tuition fee
The curriculum is designed to equip students with the competencies, knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for success in the management field. The BBA program provides students a basis for career growth and prepares them for higher studies. The curriculum comprises the following semester plan:-
|Business Mathematics I||3|
|Financial Accounting I||3|
|Principles of Management||3|
|Computer and IT Applications||3|
|Business Mathematics II||3|
|Financial Accounting II||3|
|Business Communication I||3|
|Essentials of Finance||3|
|Fundamentals of Sociology||3|
|Business Communication II||3|
|Data Analysis and Modeling||3|
|Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour||3|
|Principles of Marketing||3|
|Basics of Managerial Accounting||3|
|Business Research Methods||3|
|Management of Human Resources||3|
|Fundamentals of Operations Management||3|
|Introduction to Management Information Systems||3|
|Legal Aspects of Business and Technology||3|
|Business and Society||3|
|Business Environment in Nepal||3|
|Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship||3|
|Introduction to International Business||3|
|Essentials of e-Business||3|
The concentration courses will help you to develop specialized and focused skills in the areas of your choice. Students are required to select four courses from any one of the following concentration areas offered by the University.
|Advertising and sales Promotion||3|
|Foreign Trade Management||3|
|Bank Operations and Management||3|
|Risk Management and Insurance||3|
|Fundamentals of Financial Derivatives||3|
|Financial Institutions and Markets||3|
|Advanced Management Accounting||3|
|Accounting Information System||3|
|Accounting Reports and Financial Statement Analysis||3|
|Special Topics in Accounting||3|
|Contemporary Issues in HRM||3|
|Compensation and Benefits Management||3|
|Negotiation and Conflict Management||3|
|Human Resource Development||3|
|Small Business and Entrepreneurship||3|
|Small Business And Entrepreneurship||Credit|
|Small Business Entrepreneurship||3|
|Small Business Finance||3|
|Venture Ideas and Models||3|
The BBA program offers an additional list of the following elective courses. You are required to successfully complete two non business elective courses, equivalent to 6 credits to graduate the BBA program.
|Society and Politics||3|
|Environment and Ecology||3|
|Media and Public Relations||3|
|Energy and Sustainable Development||3|
|Technology for Development||3|
|Population Dynamics and Development Challenges||3|
|Creative Thinking and Problem Solving||3|
Students who have successfully completed or expect to complete intermediate or higher secondary examinations with minimum second division are eligible to apply. After the academic process, applicants has to go through Academic test and Interview before enrolling into the program.
- Complete application form together with two passport size photographs.
- Original copy of all certificates and transcript of SEE or equivalent.
- Original copy of all certificates, transcript and migration of +2 level or equivalent.
- Certificate of equivalence from CDC if the student has passed grade XII from the board other than NEB, Nepal.
Faculty of Bachelor of Business Administration
Ms. Kalpana Mishra, PhD in Management (Nepal)
Ms. Laxmi Dhungel , PhD in Education ( KU)
Ms. Brinda Thapa, PhD in Psychology (UK)
Mr. Rajeev Ghimire, Mphil in Economics (TU)
Mr. Keshav Gyawali, M.Phil in Marketing (KUSOM)
Mr. Shree Krishna Pokhrel, M.Phil in Management (KUSOM), MBA
Mr. Laxman Pokhrel, M.Phil in Marketing (KUSOM) and MA in Psychology (TU)
Ms. Menuka Gurung, M.Phil in English (PoU)
Mr. Bijaya Lama, M.Phil in Management (KUSOM) and MBA
Mr. Naveen Marashainy , M.Phil in English( KUSED)
Mr. Bishal Shrestha, Mphil in Finance (KUSOM)
Mr. Bhanu Dabadi, M.Phil in English (PoU), EMBA
Mr. Hari Bd. Baniya, MA in Mathematics (TU)
Mr. Suresh Panthi, MBS (TU)
Mr. Laxman D. Panta, MA in Communication (TU)
Mr. Santhos Gurung, MA in Sociology (TU)
Mr. Shankar Mishra, MBS (TU)
Mr. Madhav Bhatt, MSC in Statistics (TU)
Mr. Pradip Pandey, Master in Information System (MIS)
Mr. Hari Bhusal, MBA (India)
Mr. Dipesh Dahal, MBA (PoU)
Mr. Mukesh Khatiwada, MBA (India)
Mr. Sharad Ojha, MBS (TU)
Mr. Abhilash Acharya, MA in Psychology (TU)
Mr. Saroj Uppadhya, MBA (PoU)
Mr. Sanjeev Jha, MBA (PoU)
Mr. Bibek Aryal, MBA (TU)
A wonderful blend of numerous techniques such as tutorials, guest lectures, seminars and workshops, internships, independent projects works, presentations, management games, case studies, research projects, discussions and many more constitute our pedagogy.