Bachelor of Information Technology

Bachelor of Information Technology

4 years
  • Fee:NPR 365,000

Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) program at the Graduate School of Science and Technology (GSST), Mid-West University (MU) is a four-year, practical-intensive academic program aiming to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals concepts of Information Technology, including computer hardware and software programming, networking, database, cybersecurity, AI, machine learning and project management. The program's interdisciplinary nature ensures that learners gain a balanced grasp of theoretical concepts and practical applications, making them adaptable professionals in the dynamic world of technology.


Fostering Innovators and Shaping Technological Leaders through an Information Technology (IT) Degree.

Objective and Learning Outcomes

  • To Demonstrate a high level of technical proficiency in programming languages, database design and management, computer networking, cybersecurity, and other relevant technical areas.
  • To identify new opportunities and develop innovative solutions to address them
  • To exhibit the professional capability to visualize and craft the creative, mental constructions of ideas and concepts from multiple sources to form complex ideas into a new, integrated, and meaningful pattern of the subject within given constraints and
  • To effectively use written, verbal, and non-verbal communication, employ relevant knowledge, skills, ethical judgment, professional commitment, and effective system practices in changing the work environment.


Salient Features

Salient Features of the Program

This program shares the following salient features:

  • Admisison to the program is open for students from any academic background
  • First time launching in the Karnali Province
  • Embeds with highly innovative curricula
  • More than 60% practical and less than 40% theory
  • Offers CFCs (Common Foundation Courses)
  • Market-driven and high career opportunities

Fee Structure

Semester and Fee

First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Total
50,350 44,950 44,950 44,950 44,950 44,950 44,950 44,950 3,65,000


The candidates having sucessfuly passed secondary level or equivalent education with an aggregrate of 50% or 2.00 GPAP out of 4 are eligible for applying for admission.

Admission Criteria

Entrance Examination: 50 Marks

Grade achieved in 12th or equivalent: 30 Marks

Interview: 20 Marks

(*English: 20, Math: 10, Computer: 10, and General Knowledge: 10 marks)

Scores in above categories are aggregated to obtain final score (out of 100) for admission merit list. Only the candidates scoring at least 50% are eligible for their enlist in the mist for admission.


12% admitted students will get scholarship including 100% tuition fee for entrance topper.

Job Prospects

Graduates with BIT degrees have a wide range of career opportunities in various tech industry sectors. Some potential career paths after completing BIT include:

  • Software Developer/Engineer
  • Web Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Systems Analyst
  • Network Administrator/Engineer
  • Data Scientist
  • IT Consultant
  • Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer
  • Cybersecurity Analyst
  • Cloud Solutions Architect
  • AI/Machine Learning Engineer
  • Research Scientist

Curricular Structure

Semester I (16 Credits)

Course Code Course Name
CFC410 Moral Education and Life Skill Development
CFC411 Basic English
CFC412 Computer Fundamentals
BIT413 Discrete Mathematics
BIT414 Fundamentals of Programming
BIT415 Applied Mathematics
BIT416 Database Management System

Semester II (18 Credits)


Course Code Course Name
CFC420 Intermediate English
CFC421 Computer Applications
BIT422 Introduction to Networking and Data Communication
BIT423 Principles of Cybersecurity
BIT424 Principles of Software Engineering
BIT425 Data Structure and Algorithm
BIT426 Object-Oriented Programming I

Semester III (18 Credits)

Course Code Course Name
CFC430 Advance English
CFC431 Glorified History and Culture of Nepal
BIT432 Object-Oriented Programming II
BIT433 Introduction to Data Analytics
BIT434 Human-Computer Interaction
BIT435 Requirements Modelling
BIT436 Web Application Development

Semester IV (17 Credits)

Course Code Course Name
CFC440 Organic Food Health and Happiness
CFC441 Disaster and Humanitarian Response
BIT442 Computer Architecture and Design
BIT443 Enterprise IT Infrastructure System I
BIT444 Fundamentals of Graphic Design
BIT445 Cloud Computing
BIT446 Artificial Intelligence

Semester V (17 Credits)

Course Code Course Name
CFC450 Basic Research Writing Ethics Publication and Seminar
CFC451 Basic Statistics and Bioinformatics
BIT452 Internet of Things
BIT453 Enterprise IT Infrastructure System II
BIT454 Project I
  Elective I

Semester VI (18 Credits)

Course Code Course Name
BIT460 Information System Risk Management
BIT461 Fundamentals of Data Protection and IT Security
BIT462 IT for Local and National Context
BIT463 Data Visualisation
BIT464 Project II
  Elective II

Semester VII (12 Credits)

Course Code Course Name
BIT470 Entrepreneurship and Innovation
BIT471 E-Business Technology
BIT472 IT Project
  Elective - III

Semester VIII (6 Credits)

Course Code Course Name
BIT489 Internship
BIT455 Elective I
BIT455 Software Security
BIT455. Digital Forensic
BIT455 Web Analytics
BIT455, Principles of Machine Learning and Automation
BIT465 Elective II
BIT465 Blockchain and Digital Future
BIT465, Data Warehouse and Mining
BIT465 Cyber Analytics
BIT465, loT Smart Government
BIT473: Elective III
BIT473: Introduction to Machine Learning and Application
BIT473 UI/UX Design
BIT473 AWS Cloud
BIT473 Software Security Management