Humanities and Social Sciences
The Bachelor of English and Communication Studies (BECS) is an undergraduate programme at the School of Development and Social Engineering (SDSE), Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Pokhara University. It is a blended course between academic and professional orientation. It aims to produce graduates with competent academic, technical and practical knowledge, skill and technology to meet the national and international demand of professionals, communicators and enthusiast academics in English.
The objectives of the Bachelor of English and Communication Studies are to help students to:
Why to join Bachelor of English and Communication Studies (BECS) at Pokhara University?
Admission Eligibility and Procedure
Students should have scored minimum of D+ Grade in all subjects in 10+2 (Secondary Level)
Anyone who has completed 10+2 or intermediate level or its equivalent in any discipline from a recognized HS Board/College is eligible for applying to Bachelor of English and Communication Studies (BECS).
A reasonable fee is set for the program which is payable in installments by semester.
As per the rules of PU scholarship, up to 20 per cent students, who have completed SLC/SEE from public schools, may get scholarship. Separate application is required as per PU Scholarship procedure.
Bachelor of English and Communication Studies is a four years course having eight semesters (two semesters per year) with 120 credits with the following major courses:
Students are required to go for language and communication exposure. In the fourth year, students will carry out an intensive project work focusing on communication. During the project work students will learn practical aspects of English language and communication so that they would be able to bridge University learning with professional practice and beyond. At the end of the project work, students will prepare a report and present their work in a seminar.