Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

  • Introduction
  • Curricular Structure
  • Admission
  • Examination & Grading System
  • Graduation
  • Scholarship

Bachelors of Management Studies (BMS)

Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)  is a 4 years program. Campus is willing to run the BMS from academic year 2020 as an autonomous program. Bachelors of Management Studies (BMS) promise an efficient and innovative skills development in the candidates, which are indispensably required in the different business sectors. The knowledge of business and management develop a general management perspective in them. The duration of the course is four year and its syllabus is divided in to eight semesters. The course is an important and career providing in nature which opens many jobs for the candidates after its completion.


BMS program aims to develop the lateral thinking skills, communication skills and social responsibilities among the students. It also strengthens the analytical, interpersonal organizational & decision making skills among the students.


To provide a basic understanding of modern management practices and to train the students in communication skills effectively which inculcate entrepreneurship skills.

To help students develop competency and skills to make them employable.

To sensitize students towards the challenges in the global market.


The BMS 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.


Credit Hrs.


 Foundation Courses


Eight Semester in 
Four academic years

 Core Courses


 Elective Courses


 Specialization Area Courses


Research Project Report







Foundation Courses (36 Credits)
  1. ENG 201 English I
  2. ENG 202 English II
  3.  MTH 201 Basic Mathematics
  4. STT 201 Business Statistics I
  5. STT 202 Business Statistics II
  6. ECO 201 Economics I
  7. ECO 202 Economics II
  8. PSY 201 Foundation of Psychology
  9. SOC 201 Foundation of Sociology                           
  10. MGT 211 Business  Law
  11. ITC 201   IT and E-Commerce
  12. MGT 209 Communication and Legal Drafting
Core Courses (63 Credits)
  1. MGT 201 Principles of Management
  2. MGT 207 Human Resource Management
  3. MGT 206 Organizational Behavior
  4. MGT 202 Small Business Management
  5. MGT 203 Tourism and Destination Management
  6. MGT 204 Agri-Business Management
  7. MGT 212 Strategic Management
  8. MGT 205 Retail and Supply Chain Management
  9. MGT 209 Entrepreneurship Development
  10. MGT 208 Business Research Methods
  11. MGT 2010 Contemporary Management Issues
  12. ACC 201 Financial Accounting I
  13. ACC 202 Financial Accounting II
  14. ACC 203 Cost  Accounting
  15. ACC 204 Management Accounting for Decision Making
  16. FIN 201 Financial Management I
  17. FIN 202 Financial Management II
  18. FIN 203 Corporate Finance
  19. MKT 201 Fundamentals of Marketing
  20. MKT 202 Foundations of International Business
  21. MGT 218 Events Management
Specialization area Courses (15 Credits)

There are four specialized areas i.e. Finance, Accounting, Management, and Marketing Students can pursue BMS course only in one specialized area.

  1. ACC 205 Business Accounting
  2. ACC  206 Accounting For Partnership
  3. ACC 207 Fundamentals of Taxation in Nepal
  4. ACC 208 Practice in Auditing
  5. ACC 209 Co-operative Accounting
  1. FIN 204 Essential of Investment
  2. FIN 205 Financial Institutions and Market
  3. FIN 206 Cooperatives Management
  4. FIN 207 Micro Finance
  5. FIN 208 Bank Management
  1. MGT 214 Project Management
  2. MGT 215 Creativity and Innovation
  3. MGT 216 New Venture Creation
  4. MGT 217 Labor Relation
  5. MGT 218 Quality Management
  1. MKT 203 Consumer Behavior
  2. MKT 204 Integrated Marketing Communication
  3. MKT 205 Service Marketing
  4. MKT 206 Strategic Brand Management
  5. MKT 207 Digital and Social Media Marketing
Elective Courses (6 Credits)
  1. ELE 301 Foundation of Econometrics
  2. ELE 302 Data Analysis and Modeling
  3. ELE 303 Development Economics
  4. ELE 304 Public Relations Management
  5. ELE 305 Political Science
Research Project Report (RPR) and Internship (Total 6 Credits)
  1. PRJ 401 Research Project Report ( 3 credit)
  2. INT 301 Internship ( 3 credit)

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.

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.


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.


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.


The BMS 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. The semester examinations shall be conducted by office of the BOARD OF EXAMINATION [ParikshyaSanchalakSamiti, 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.

  • Group A: Brief Answer Question (10Q*2M=20marks)

                           There will be 10 compulsory questions.

  • Group B: Descriptive Answer Question (6Q*10M=60marks)

                           There will be seven Questions and six are compulsory

  • Group C: Case Analysis/Comprehensive Question (1Q*20M=20marks)

                           There will be maximum four questions.


The final evaluation of students is done through the examination conducted by office of the BOARD OF EXAMINATION (ParikshyaSanchalakSamiti). Students must secure a minimum of grade ‘B-’ or Grade Point Average (GPA) 2.7 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 CGPA ‘B-’ or 2.7 .The grading system shall be as follows:



Grade Point Average (GPA)

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

Marks Obtained in percent





90% & above




3.70 - 3.99

80% - 89.9%

Very Good



3.30 - 3.69

70% - 79.9%

First Division



3.00 - 3.29

60% - 69.9%

Second Division



2.70 – 2.99

50% - 59.9%

Pass in Individual Paper



Below 2.70

Below 50%




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. If the student fails in the make-up examination he / she shall have to re-register and repeat the subject as per the course cycle. At the end of the 8th semester if student fail at maximum in two subjects makeup examination will be held within a month of 8th semester result publication. Students who passed in individual paper with grade “B-“ or GPA 2.7 but fails to score grade ‘B’ or GPA 3.0 can opt for betterment examination in semester cycle up to four courses to filling up betterment examination form.


Students are required to attend regularly all theory and practical classes, assignments, study tour, field trip, seminars and presentations as required by the course. A student is required to attend at least 75% percent of such activities in order to qualify for the semester examination. Campus chief may condone attendance shortage up to 5% for individual student for reasons to be recorded.


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 BMS 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.



The BMS program extends over eight semesters (four academic years). The BMS degree is awarded upon its successful completion of all the following requirements specified by the curriculum.

  • The successful completion of 120 credit hours as prescribed with a minimum of passing grade in all subjects with GPA of 2.7 and CGPA 2.7.
  • A minimum of grade ‘B-’ obtained in the Internship.
  • Completion of courses for the fulfillment of the requirements of the BMS program must occur within seven years from the time of registration with grade ‘B’ or CGPA ‘3.0’ or 60%.

There will be biannual intake and each section will have 60 students.

  • Scholarship quota 20% of the total intake
  • The entrance topper i.e. LBC-MAT will also enjoy the scholarship of 50% of semester fees only in 1st semester.
  • Students shall have to pass SLC/SEE and 10+2 level of education from Nepalese Government/Community/Trust institution to apply for scholarship.
  • He/she shall be a citizen of Nepal. Students who are eligible and selected for scholarship shall be awarded with 50% semester fees waiver as scholarship.
  • The scholarship is divided as 50% to Meritorious (Private and Public) and remaining 50% is applicable for economically unprivileged students (applicable only for Govt. and Community Institutions).
  • Students shall have to pass each semester to enjoy the continuity of scholarship.
  • Special scholarship to differently able students as per their grade certified by concerned authority
Special scholarship of sports :
  1. District level sports personnel – 20% waiver of semester fees if produced district level genuine certificate issued by district sports authority
  2. State/Province level sports personnel – 30% waiver of semester fees if province level genuine certificate is produced by the concerned
  3. National Level sports personnel – 50% waiver of semester fees if national level genuine certificate is produced by the concerned issued by Government of Nepal
  4. International Level sports personnel – 100% waiver of semester fees if International level genuine certificate is produced by the concerned issued by International Sports authority and authorized by Government of Nepal.
  5. 50% semester fees waiver for SEE topper
  6. 100% scholarship for the NEB level topper