Public Youth Campus (PYC) is a key constituent campus of Tribhuvan University's (TU) Faculty of Management. The campus has an unrivaled place in the history of management education in Nepal, having been established in 1971 (2028 BS) with the establishment of the New Education System Plan.
Students must have completed the BBS degree from Tribhuvan University or other colleges affiliated to TU.
The students who passed BBM, BBA, BTTM, BBS, BPA, BMS, BHM or equivalents in any discipline with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 or second division marks are eligible to enroll in the Masters of Business Management (MBM) programme. Students who are waiting for results of bachelor level can also apply. However, they have to submit passed certificate at the time of admission.
Sudents must have successfully completed 10+2 in any institute recognized by Tribhuvan University. Student must have English as their full subject in +2 or equivalent level. Applicants who are interested must pass CMAT exams conducted by TU and secure at least L 35% marks. Lastly students must go under some admission tests which are, Written Test, Group Discussion Test and an Interview.
Students with a minimum score of second division marks in 10+2, PCL or equivalent may apply for admission at Public Youth Campus and students who completed their 1st year and waiting for 2nd year results may also apply. Students will be appearing Written Test and Interview for selected admissions.
Candidates applying for this course at Public Youth Campus must have successfully completed the PCL or +2 in Commerce from HSEB, or from Tribhuvan University, or any other institute recognized by TU, Student must have studied English as a full paper in PC level or the 10+2 course. Mainly the candidate must satisfy any other requirements including the entrance test as conducted by Faculty Board or the Campus Concerned.
Public Youth Campus is dedicated to provide a high-quality educational experience via rigorous academic standards and practical application. The faculty team's aim is to develop future managers and leaders capable of dealing with the complex, competitive, and demanding environment of management and business operations.
PYC has a magnificent learning legacy in which instructors and students have demonstrated remarkable mutual cooperation, understanding, trust, and devotion, almost evocative of ancient seats of learning. Academics frequently describe it as a TU-constituent campus where political or disruptive actions would have little impact on or damage its instructional atmosphere.