Fee: NPR 1,053,000

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BScIT) at Presidential Business School is a four year120 credit program designed to produce middle and supportive level IT practitioners. The program is a unique blend of Information Communication Technology (ICT) which covers a wide range of areas from its theoretical, mathematical, and algorithms foundations to leading-edge developments in computer intelligent systems, robotics, computer vision, system design and development, bioinformatics, and data-mining/data warehouse. The program produces determined, skilled and qualified human resources to solve real-life IT problems. The students, as IT practitioners, are trained to apply and explore the fundamental IT business development concepts with ethical and social awareness.

The program will allow our students to enter into the technologically advanced world where they will be engaged with various tasks allowing them to have an edge. This course will include designing, programming, knowledge on theoretical systems, networking and the like which are essential for getting into the advanced and dynamic IT sector. As IT has become part of every sector, this course will open a new path and career opportunities for anyone interested in pursuing it.

The degree empowers the students to function in socioeconomic design and development applying the learned skill effectively. Besides, to hone their knowledge and skills, students will work independently in three distinct components as listed below:

  • Develop effective methods to solve any type of computing problems
  • Invent modern global ways to use computers in IT sectors
  • Innovate, Design, Develop and Implement software according to the global trend


Students with 12 years of schooling including High School (SLC)/+2/A-Level or equivalent degree in any discipline from a board of Nepal or from any other board across the globe recognized by CDC of Government of Nepal with minimum score of 2.0 GPA or 45% or equivalent grade are eligible to apply for the program. For A-Level graduate, 3.5 credits are required.