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Presidential Business School (PBS) is an academic institution founded in 2011 AD (initial affiliation from International American University), with the objective of establishing itself as a model center for the prime Management Studies in Nepal. In 2015 AD, PBS shifted the affiliation to Westcliff University as a partner school.
Presidential Business School proposes to promote quality education in Nepal and is offering BBA and MBA program.
Realizing that Nepali students migrate abroad for higher studies with the USA always as the first priority PBS has decided to provide international degrees in Nepal with state of art facilities and international exposure giving access to corporate practices and an environment to students to become professionals with effective support of leaders from the local reputed business and corporate houses.
PBS has before it the vision of transforming the lives of individuals by inculcating critical thinking techniques as well as engendering a sense of good culture, self-awareness and moral/ social responsibility. This vision will be dedicated both to the development of globally competitive human resources and to the rebuilding of a nation that exerts enough leverage—economic or otherwise— to be factored in global affairs. As such, PBS remains committed to providing locally honored and internationally recognized business education for undergraduate and graduate students of management.
The programs of study we offer have an exclusively personalized attention to students, an integrated and updated curriculum, and selfless dedication of the faculty, which as a composite then ultimately helps create an extraordinary classroom environment and boost career prospects for our graduates.
• Honesty in work
• Sincerity in relationships
• Respect for self and others
• Responsibility for one’s actions
• Willingness to learn from mistakes
• Adherence to regulations
• Care for resources
• Questioning spirit
• Competence and development
• Social values and nationalism
Presidential Business School
PO Box No: 25840, Buddhanagar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Job Placement Cell
works to establish and foster a wide range of corporate relations with the reputed business houses in Nepal that make room for internship or/and job placement of our MBA/BBA graduates whenever needed.
The PBS team at the Job Placement Cell comprises friendly professionals who deliver their specialist input into this cause of the Cell for the welfare of the PBS graduates.
Research based interactive learning
PBS emphasizes on enabling an environment rather than dictating the process. Faculty members serve as facilitators and motivators for students. The college emphasizes on conceptual clarity, and on application of knowledge and skills to the problem-solving of the real world.
Lecture sessions at PBS are characteristically interactive with the faculty members facilitating the learning process so that students get a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. The discussions in the class are complemented with case analysis and presentations, reviews and feedback of presentation, robustly participatory project-work involving studies of real organizations, and internships.
PBS conducts guest lectures where different personalities deliver their own life experiences and motivating learning guides to the students. The guest lectures serve as an important tool for the students to proceed in their academic journey and plan the future. These personalities include the famed corporate leaders, management experts and life-skill trainers.
The guest lectures are conducted in well facilitated auditorium hall.
The selection of the BBA entrants will be based on the applicants’ previous academic performance, interview, and fulfillment of eligibility criteria. The eligibilty criteria are listed below:
Entrance test format
Students should pass through three phases of test for admission in to both the MBA and the BBA programs.
1. Written Test (100 marks), which incorporates the following GMAT components (for MBA)/ CAT components (for BBA)
· English MCQs
· Quantitative Analysis MCQs
· Business/Economics MCQs
· General Awareness MCQs
· Logical Reasoning MCQs
· Reading Section
2. Group Discussion/ Presentation (a session to evaluate presentation and communication Skills for MBA)
3. Interview (a session to assess the attitude and communication skills of students)