Bachelor of Arts in Buddhist Studies is a four years course under the faculty of
The four-year Buddhist Studies Programme at Tribhuvan University consists of seven Papers and one elective course (optional elective for non-Buddhist Studies majors)
Each Course carries 100 full marks. Students have to score at list 40 marks to pass the course. Of the total 100 marks, 30 marks will be based on Continuous/internal evaluation and rest of the 70 marks will be awarded based on the students' performance in the final examination taken at the end of academic year. Student must pass both internal and final Examinations.
To be eligible for admission to four-year BA Buddhist Studies, student will have completed and received a higher secondary certificate (10 + 2) or equivalent degree in any discipline or stream from any institution recognized by Tribhuvan University.
Students are required to take Compulsory English in the first and the third years and Compulsory Nepali in the second year. University offers Alternative English in the second year for International students as an alternative to Compulsory Nepali.
C.Eng.401 Reading and Writing in English
C.Nep.402 Compulsory Nepali
C. Eng.403 Reading and Writing Across the Disciplines
Alt. Eng. 402 Alternative English
Curriculum Structure of BA Buddhist Studies
- BS 421 History of Buddhism
- BS 422 Buddha and His Teachings
- BS 423 Buddhist Literatures
- BS 424 Buddhist Philosophy and Logics
- BS 425 Buddhist arts, Architecture, and Archaeology
- BS 410 Introduction to Buddha and Buddhism
- Buddhist Cultures and Traditions in Nepal
- Research Methodology, Academic Writing, and Art of Translation