For BA or BBS programs:
Any candidates who have completed 10+ 2 or equivalent securing minimum D+ grade in all subjects of Grade 11 and 12 are eligible for admission in BA or BBS programs of Tribhuvan University.
For BBA program:
Students who have 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.
For Masters program in Nepali or Rural Development:
Students holding a Bachelor‘s degree in the respective subjects from any university recognized by Tribhuvan University shall be considered eligible to apply for admission. An applicant seeking admission must take Entrance Examination as required by the Dean‘s Office, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
For B.Sc. or B.Sc. CSIT program:
The candidate must have completed 10+2 or equivalent examinations (with Biological Stream) with Minimum 'C' grade in all subjects to be eligible for admission.
In the Historical city Bhaktapur, 2016 Kartik 19 B.S. has been marked as one of the most important dates in terms of an education. The sole reason behind it was the establishment of Bhaktapur Multiple Campus which sparkled as the stepping stone of an education for the youngest city in Kathmandu Valley.
As we all know that the establishment of an educational institution in Rana Regime was mostly just in the paper and it’s a bitter truth. In that era, in Bhaktapur, there was just one school named Bhaktapur English School and one Sanskrit Pathshala and Kanya Pathshala as the learning center for an education. Bhaktapur English School was later changed to Shri Padhma High School in 2003 B.S. Mostly all the educational institutions used to be named after Rana Regime and Padhma High School was one among it. It was said that there was not a single graduate in Bhaktapur around 2003 B.S.
From an ancient Era, Bhaktapur was mostly interested in Kalakaushal, TantraMantra and Religion, because of that it couldn’t progress in an Education and maybe it was because Bhaktapur was considered and given importance as an agricultural hub among brother cities in Kathmandu Valley. Business and Agriculture was the main specialization of Bhaktapur. Still then, there were a wise people interested in literature at the era of Madhyakal. After 2003 B.S., Vidyarthi Niketan & Sharada School were established. After the fall of Rana Regime in 2007 B.S., people of Bhaktapur were still lacking the higher education and Kathmandu was only the option to get it for long years.
The urge of getting a higher education was being stucked for people around here and finally, the wait was over after a long attempt to get it and in 2016 Kartik 19 B.S., Public College was granted permission for the establishment for serving the education up to intermediate level. This all was possible due to the participation of the then Samsad late Jagannath Acharya, Prof. Yaishwaryalal Pradhananga, magistrate Pushkarlal Maskey, Principal Chandra Bahadaur Shrestha, Sarbagybhakta Malla, Durgaprasad Hada, and peoples & the students. The college aid and trust committee were established under the chairmanship of the then magistrate Pushkarlal Maskey.
The college aid and trust committee was acting like the management committee and it decided to run 5 specific subjects and on the auspicious day of 2016 Kartik 19 B.S., Bhaktapur College was established
It offers both Bachelor Programs and Master Program. In Bachelor level, it offers BBS, BA, B.Sc and B.Sc CSIT. In Master level, it offers MBS degree, MA in Rural Development and MA in Nepali.
Bhaktapur Multiple Campus has rigid mission to serve Bhaktapur with the best quality education that can be afforded specially by local people and other, contributing in the field of education.
Bhaktapur Multiple Campus has a vision of improvising and updating the institution to the greatest extent and providing services at it's best. Bhaktapur Multiple Campus also aims at progressing day by day with successful stories of students.