MBA Job Holders

MBA Job Holders


MBA job holder is a master's level program of Pokhara University that targets young aspirants  who want to earn an MBA degree and gather work experience simultaneously. is a basic managerial degree that prepares students for a variety of management jobs. It is taught from a worldwide viewpoint.

Working professionals who wish to acquire an MBA degree can benefit from this program. It is, nevertheless, equally helpful for students seeking a tough graduate business education with a strong global focus and experiential learning possibilities.

Salient Features

The prominent features of the program are the process of continuous evaluation of a student’s performance and the flexibility to allow the student to progress at a pace suited to his/her individual ability, subject to the regulation of credit requirements. A student’s performance in a course is evaluation internally by the concerned faculty member and externally by the Office of the Controller of Examinations (COE).  In each term, the academic performance of the students will be judged through (a) continuous In-term Assessment and (b) End-term Examination.

Internal Evaluations

The mode of evaluation in a given course is decided by the concerned faculty who may assign varying weights to one or more of the evaluation modes and will announce such weights at the beginning of the course. The concerned faculty shall be responsible for the continuous in-term evaluations and will evaluate the academic performance of students in each course offered in any or a combination of:

  • Written test
  • Quizzes and oral test
  • Workshop practices
  • Assignments
  • Term paper
  • Project work
  • Case studies, analysis and discussion
  • Open Book test
  • Class participation and
  • Any other test deemed suitable by the concerned faculty member.

The in-term evaluation shall have in general a total weight of 60 percent.

End-term Examination

There will be an end-term examination in the courses offered during the term. The end-term examination may be based on problem-solving questions, analytical questions, and case studies or any other formats as demanded by a course.  

The first and the last trimester courses shall have a 60% weight on internal ongoing evaluation and a 40% weight on the external examinations. The end-term examinations of the first and the final trimesters shall be conducted by the COE. The college/school shall organize the evaluation of all courses under the close supervision and monitoring by the COE and the Office of the Dean. Detailed instructions to this effect will be issued by the Office of the Dean. The college/institute shall also be responsible for evaluating the Internship Project, graduate seminar, term papers, practicum, and the Graduate Research Project.

Grading Mode

In each course, the academic performance of a student will be evaluated on a 4-point scale as follows:

Grade Grade Point Description
A 4.0 Excellent
A- 3.7
B+ 3.3 Good
B 3.0



B- 2.7
C+ 2.3
C 2.0 Pass Individual Course
F 0.0 Fail

Degree Requirements

In order to graduate a student is required to maintain at least a 3.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average. No student can graduate with ‘F’ in any particular course. The maximum time allowed to complete the MBA degree is four years from the date of admission into the Program.


Applicant must have bachelor degree or equivalent with 15 years of formal education (12 years of schooling and three years of graduation) in any discipline with minimum CGPA 2.0 or 45% in bachelor's level.

Admission Criteria

Exam Type, Questions and Duration: 

For Fee Paying: 

Pokhara University, FMS, will conduct PUMAT, which will include 100 objective questions with 5 answer options comprising sections of Verbal ability-25, Quantitative ability-25, Logical-Reasoning-25, and General Awareness-25. Duration of the examination will be of 2 hrs. After the Dean's office publishes the Merit List of the PUMAT, the candidates who qualify the test will have to apply for admission to the program and college/s of their choice. The final merit score will be published by the concerned colleges after including the mark scored by the student in personal interview and mark allocated for their previous academic achievements/records. The final merit score will be the basis for admission

For Scholarship:

There will be a separate examination for scholarship as per the PU's Scholarship Rules. This test includes 150 objective questions with 5 answer options comprising sections of Verbal ability 40. Quantitative ability 40, Logical Reasoning 40, and General Awareness 30. Duration of the Examination will be of 3 hrs. Please visit for scholarship details.

                                                                 Trimesters Total (Rs)
First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth -----
63,000 38,000 38,000 38,000 38,000 38,000 38,000 50,000 341,000

Job Prospects

  • Marketing manager.
  • Medical and health services manager.
  • Management consultant.
  • Financial manager.
  • Business operations manager.

Curricular Structure

The curriculum lasts 32 months and is divided into 8 trimesters. Students must complete 66 credits, which include 27 courses, three practicums and seminars, an eight-week internship, and a Graduate Research Project Report (GRP).

 Students are required to complete 7 foundation and analytical tool courses (18 credits), 10 core and functional courses (20 credits), 2 capstone courses (6 credits), 4 concentration courses (8 credits), 2 electives (4 credits), and graduate research project, internship, seminars, and other projects (10 credits).

Trimester I

Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
STT 501 Business Statistics 3
IMS 521 Management Information System 3
ACC 515 Financial Reporting and Analysis 3

Trimester II

Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
MGT 541 Emerging Concepts in Management 2
ECO 511 Economic Analysis for Business 3
COM 505 Managerial Communication 2
COM 506 Communication Skill Practicum 1

Trimester III

Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
ECO 512 Macroeconomics and the Global Economy 2
STT 502 Data Analysis for Decision Modeling 2
FIN 531 Financial Management 2
MKT 561 Marketing Management 2
IMS 522 E-Commerce Practicum 1

Trimester IV

Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
ACC 516 Managerial Accounting 2
MGT 542 OB and Leadership 2
RES 611 Business Research Methodology 2
MGT 545 International Business 2
MGT 547 Business Development Plan: Graduate Seminar 1

Trimester V

Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
MGT 546 Operations and Service Management 2
MGT 543 Human Resource Management 2
  Concentration I 2
  Concentration II 2

Trimester VI

Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
  Concentration III 2
  Concentration IV 2
MGT 544 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 2

Trimester VII

Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
  Elective I 2
  Elective II 2
MGT 548 Internship 3

Trimester VIII

Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
MGT 549 Business Environment Analysis 3
MGT 550 Strategic Management 3
RES 612 Graduate Research Project 3
MGT 551 Corporate Governance: Graduate Seminar 1