BBM-A

Bachelor of Business Management-Applied (BBM-Applied) programme is 4-year undergraduate degree in Business Management. The Campus is willing to run the BBM-Applied from academic year 2020 as an autonomous program. The course structure is designed to provide students with world-class education in the fields of Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Operations, Human Resource and other functional business areas.

Bachelor of Business Management-Applied (BBM-Applied) programme is 4-year undergraduate degree in Business Management. The Campus is willing to run the BBM-Applied from academic year 2020 as an autonomous program. The course structure is designed to provide students with world-class education in the fields of Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Operations, Human Resource and other functional business areas. Keeping this matter into consideration, an effort will be made to create awareness among students with respect to culture, environment and challenges of business organization through classroom lectures, assignment, project and presentations, case studies, industrial visits, special workshops, seminars etc. BBM-Applied graduates are expected to develop the following skills after completing the undergraduate degree (BBM-Applied).

  • Managerial Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Decision Making Skills
  • Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Problem Solving Skills
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BBM-APPLIED PROGRAM’S MISSION AND OBJECTIVES

The mission of LBC's autonomous Bachelor of Business Management (BBM-Applied) Program is to produce middle-level qualified and skilled management professionals to fulfill the middle level managerial positions in the rapidly growing business sectors in national and regional levels.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF THE BBM-APPLIED PROGRAM
  • Develop students’ managerial skills for the effective operations of business.
  • Develop students’ understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation, and effective management of business operations in a dynamic business environment.
  • Prepare students for professional life to work as business manager and entrepreneur.
  • Prepare students to identify the need of the society & help the society to fulfill the social needs

 

PASSING GRADE AND GRADING SYSTEM

The final evaluation of students is done through the examination conducted by office of the BOARD OF EXAMINATION (Parikshya Sanchalak Samiti). Students must secure a minimum of grade ‘B’ or Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 in the internal evaluation in order to qualify to appear in the semester-end examination. In order to pass the semester examination the student must secure a minimum of grade ‘B-’ or 2.7 (50%) in individual paper. The grading system shall be as follows:

GRADING SYSTEM

Grade

Grade Point Average (GPA)

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

Marks Obtained in Percent

Remarks

A

4.0

4.00

90% & above

Distinction

A-

3.7

3.70-3.99

80%-89.9%

Very Good

B+

3.3

3.30-3.69

70%-70.99%

First Division

B

3.0

3.00-3.29

60%-69.9%

Second Division

B-

2.7

2.70-2.99

50% - 59.9%

Pass in Individual Paper

F

 

Below 2.70

Below 50%

Fail

 


MAKE-UP EXAMINATION AND RE-REGISTRATION

In case of failure in one or more subjects at the end of semester examinations, students can appear in make-up examination in the subsequent semester. A student can appear only on two courses (6 credit hours) in the make-up examination. If the student fails in the make-up examination, he / she shall have to re-register and repeat the course as per the course cycle. At the end of the 8th semester, if student fails in two subjects make up examination will be held within a month of 8th semester result publication. if student fails in more than two subjects in any semester end examination, then s/he shall have to re-register in the same semester. The examination of the re-registered courses shall be held as per the course cycle.

ATTENDANCE 

Students are required to attend regularly all theoretical and practical classes, assignments, study tour, field trip, seminars and presentations as required by the course. A student is required to attend at least 80 percent of such activities in order to qualify for the semester-end examination.

CREDIT TRANSFERS AND WITHDRAWAL

The program allows students to transfer the credits earned by them in similar program of other universities recognized by Tribhuvan University. A student who has partially completed the BBM-Applied program and would like to discontinue his / her studies shall also be allowed to withdraw from the program. In such cases, a certificate specifying the credit earned by the student in the program shall be provided.

CURRICULAR STRUCTURE

The BBM-Applied program requires the students to study a total of 120 credit hours. The curricular structure of the program comprises of the following four separate course components.

Courses

Credit Hrs.

Duration

Foundation Courses

33

Eight Semesters in Four Academic Years

Core Courses

63

Focus Area Courses

9

Elective Courses

6

Undergraduate Research Project Report

6

Internship

3

Total

120

 

BBM-APPLIED COURSE STRUCTURE

Foundation Courses (33 Credits)

  1. Business English-I [ENG-201]
  2. Business English-II [ENG-202]
  3. Business Mathematics-I [MTH-201]
  4. Business Mathematics-II  [MTH-202]
  5. Business Statistics [STT-201]
  6. Introductory Microeconomics [ECO-201]
  7. Introductory Macroeconomics [ECO-202]
  8. Psychology [PSY-201]
  9. Sociology for Business [SOC-201]
  10. Computer & IT Applications  [ITC-201]
  11. Business Communication [MGT-205]

Core Courses (63 Credits)

  1. Business Management [MGT-201]
  2. Principles of Small Business Management [MGT-202]
  3. Business Environment [MGT-203]
  4. Management Information System [MGT-204]
  5. Organizational Behaviours [MGT-206]
  6. Human Resource Management [MGT-207]
  7. Business Research Methods [MGT-208]
  8. Entrepreneurship [MGT-209]
  9. Production and Operations Management [MGT-210]
  10. Legal Aspect of Business  and Technology [MGT-211]
  11. Media & Public Relations [MGT-212]
  12. Strategic Management [MGT-213]
  13. Elementary Finance [FIN-201]
  14. Financial Management [FIN-202]
  15. Commercial Banking and Insurance [FIN-203]
  16. Fundamentals of Marketing [MKT-201]
  17. International Trade [MKT-202]
  18. E-Commerce [ITC-202]
  19. Financial Accounting-I [ACC-201]
  20. Financial Accounting-II [ACC-202]
  21. Managerial Accounting [ACC-203]

Focus Area Courses (9 Credits)

There are 4 focus areas i.e. Finance, Accounting, Marketing and Management. Students can pursue BBM-Applied courses only in one focus area.

Finance

  1. Strategic Financial Management [FIN-204]
  2. Fundamentals of Investment [FIN-205]
  3. Stocks and Commodity Market [FIN-206]                                                               
  4. Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital [FIN-207]                                          
  5. Financial Derivatives [FIN-208]        

Accounting

  1. Contemporary Accounting [ACC-203]
  2. Essentials of Auditing [ACC-204]                                                                
  3. IT and Computer Accounting [ACC-205]                 
  4. Taxation [ACC-206]
  5. Advanced Financial Accounting [ACC-207]

Marketing

  1. Service Marketing [MKT-203]
  2. Rural Marketing [MKT-204]
  3. Global Marketing [MKT-205]
  4. Supply Chain and Logistics Management [MKT-206]
  5. Consumer Behaviour [MKT-207]

Management

  1. Organizational Development and Change [MGT-214]
  2. Performance Management [MGT-215]
  3. Quality Management [MGT-216]
  4. Innovation Management [MGT-217]
  5. Leadership Development [MGT-218]

Elective Courses (6 Credits)

  1. Compensation Management [ELE- 303]
  2. Conflict Management [ELE-304]
  3. Econometrics [ELE-305]
  4. Public Relations Management [ELE-306]
  5. Strategic Human Resource Management [ELE-307]
  6. IT for Managers [ELE-308]
  7. Management Accounting for Decision Making [ELE-309]
  8. Tourism and Hospitality Management [ELE-310]

Undergraduate Business Research Project and Internship (Total 9 Credits)

Undergraduate Research Project Report [PRJ-401]– 6 Credits

Internship [INT-301]– 3 Credits

 

CURRICULAR STRUCTURE & COURSE CYCLE

 

BBM-Applied 1st Year

Semester-I

 

Semester-II

S.N.

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

 

S.N.

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

1

ENG-201

Business English-I

3

 

1

MGT-202

Principles of Small Business Management

3

2

MGT-201

Business Management

3

 

2

ACC-201

Financial Accounting-I

3

3

MTH-201

Business Mathematics-I

3

 

3

ENG-202

Business English-II

3

4

ECO-201

Introductory Microeconomics

3

 

4

MTH-202

Business Mathematics-II

3

5

ITC-201

Computer & IT Applications

3

 

5

ECO-202

Introductory Macroeconomics

3

 

BBM-Applied 2nd Year

Semester-III

 

Semester-IV

S.N.

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

 

S.N.

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

1

PSY-201

Psychology

3

 

1

MKT-201

Fundamentals of Marketing

3

2

STT-201

Business Statistics

3

 

2

FIN-202

Financial Management

3

3

FIN-201

Elementary Finance

3

 

3

MGT-204

Management Information System

3

4

MGT- 203

Business Environment

3

 

4

MGT-205

Business Communication

3

5

ACC-202

Financial Accounting-II

3

 

5

MGT-206

Organizational Behaviours

3

 

 

 

 

BBM-Applied 3rd Year

Semester-V

 

Semester-VI

S.N.

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

 

S.N.

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

1

MKT-202

International Trade

3

 

1

FIN-203

Commercial Banking and Insurance

3

2

ACC-203

Managerial Accounting

3

 

2

MGT-209

Entrepreneurship

3

3

MGT-207

Human Resource Management

3

 

3

MGT-210

Production and Operations Management

3

4

MGT-208

Business Research Methods

3

 

4

MGT-211

Legal Aspect of Business  and Technology

3

5

SOC-201

Sociology for Business

3

 

5

 

Focus Area-I

3

 

BBM-Applied 4th Year

 

Semester-VII

 

 

Semester-VIII

S.N.

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

 

S.N.

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

1

MGT-212

Media & Public Relations

3

 

1

ITC-203

E-Commerce

3

2

MGT-213

Strategic Management

3

 

2

 

Focus Area-III

3

3

 

Focus Area-II

3

 

3

 

Elective-II

3

4

 

Elective-I

3

 

4

PRJ-401

Undergraduate Research Project Report

6

5

INT-308

Internship

3

 

 

 

 

 
ELIGIBILITY CONDITION FOR ADMISSION

The candidate applying for admission to the BBM-Applied program must have:

  • successfully completed a twelve-year schooling or its equivalent from any board or institution recognized by Government of Nepal.
  • passed 10+2 or equivalent examinations from recognized academic institute with second division (securing 45% and above) or 1.8 CGPA are eligible to enroll in this program and
  • complied with all the application procedures.
ADMISSION CRITERIA

Eligible applicants are required to appear in the entrance test known as LBC Management Admission Test (LBC-MAT). The test will follow the international testing pattern and standards based on a two-stage screening process that includes written test, and personal interview.

WRITTEN TEST

It includes the areas like:

  • Verbal Ability
  • Quantitative Ability
  • Logical Reasoning
  • General Awareness

There shall be altogether one hundred (100) objective questions in the LBC-MAT containing twenty (25) questions in each section with a total weightage of 100 marks. Students must secure a minimum of 40% in the LB-CMAT in order to qualify for the interview.

INTERVIEW 

Applicants securing above cut off point marks in the LBC-MAT will be short-listed. Only short listed candidates will be interviewed and selected for admission.

EXAMINATION, EVALUATION AND GRADING SYSTEM

The BBM-Applied program will be executed through the semester system. The regular program shall be completed in eight semesters. The internal (ongoing) evaluation and the external (end of semester) examination shall carry 40 percent and 60 percent weightage respectively. For internal evaluation, the course instructor will independently evaluate every student's performance by keeping the records of their activities. Similarly, two internal examinations will be taken by Department of BBM-APPLIED to test student's competence.

The following criteria have been set for the specific internal evaluation:

Internal Evaluation Criteria

 

Seminar/Group Discussion/Presentation/Case Study Analysis

Unit Test-I

(After the 20% completion of the course)

Pre-Board Exam (After the 60% completion of the course)

Unit Test-II

(After the 80% completion of the course)

Send-Up Exam (After the 100% completion of the course)

 

Attendance

Total

Marks Allocated

5

5

8

5

12

5

40

For external evaluation, the semester examinations shall be conducted by office of the BOARD OF EXAMINATION [Parkshya Sanchalak Samiti, Sec. 54 (1), TU Autonomous Rules-2062 with amendment of 2063]. The final grade of the student shall be determined on the overall performance in the internal and external examinations.

 

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