Bachelor of Business Management-Applied (BBM-Applied) program of Tribhuvan University is 4-year undergraduate degree in Business Management. The course structure is designed to provide students with world-class education in the fields of Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Operations, Human Resource and other functional business areas.
Student intake for the BBM-Applied program will be once a year. It is the fall intake and it generally begins from July. In an intake, LBC will admit 88 students only.
Eligible applicants are required to appear the entrance test- Lumbini Banijya Campus Management Admission Test (LBCMAT). It includes Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning and General Awareness. There shall be altogether hundred (100) objective questions in the LBC-MAT containing twenty (25) questions in each section. Students must qualify in the LBC-MAT in order to appear for the interview.
Applicants securing above cut off point marks in the LBC-MAT will be short-listed. Only short listed candidates will be interviewed and selected for admission.
The BBM-Applied program will be executed through the semester system. The regular program shall be completed in eight semesters. The final grade of the student shall be determined on the overall performance in the internal and external examinations.
The internal (ongoing) evaluation shall carry 40% of the total marks. For internal evaluation, the course instructor will independently evaluate every student’s performance by keeping the records of their activities. Similarly, two internal examinations will be taken by Department of BBM-Applied program to test student’s competence.
The external examination shall carry 60 percent weight. For external evaluation, the semester examinations shall be conducted.
To be eliglible for Business Management-Applied (BBM-Applied) program of Tribhuvan University, students must have:
The BBM-Applied program requires the students to study 120 credit hours
First Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours
Second Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours
Third Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours
Fourth Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours
Fifth Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours
Sixth Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours
Seventh Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours