Bachelor of
Business Management [BBM]



The BBM program of Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University is designed for aspiring business leaders and managers of the future. The BBM graduates are equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills and self-confidence to assist in effective and successful management, within constantly changing and highly competitive national and global business environment. This course has been designed with the objective of producing middle-level managerial manpower in the sectoral areas.


Program's Objectives

The program is designed with the following objectives:

The program is designed with the following objectives:
1. Develop students’ skills in creative thinking, decision making, leadership, communication, and gain understanding of operations and change.
2. Develop students’ understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation, and effective management of business operations in a dynamic business environment.
3. Prepare students for professional life to work as business manager and entrepreneur.

Eligibility Condition for Admission

Students from all the faculty are eligible to get admission for the BBM program. Students with minimum 45% or 1.8 CGPA in 10+2 are eligible for the admission.


Admission Procedure

Students applying for the BBM program must fill in the application blank with all details of their personal information and past academic records. The selection of students shall be based on a three-stage screening process that includes written test, individual presentation and personal interview. FOM shall conduct a Central Management Admission Test (CMAT) that will test the basic ability of the students in verbal ability and quantitative ability. The test shall be based on the SAT format. The colleges running the program shall conduct the individual presentations and interviews for selecting suitable candidates. The admission committee of the colleges has the final authority in selecting the students for the BBM program.


Course Cycle

First Semester Credit Hours
ECO 211 Introductory Microeconomics 3
ENG 211 English I 3
MGT 201 Principles of Management 3
MTH 211 Business Mathematics I 3
SOC 201 Sociology for Business 3
Second Semester Credit Hours
ACC 201 Financial Accounting 3
ECO 212 Introductory Macroeconomics 3
ENG 212 English II 3
MTH 212 Business Mathematics II 3
PSY 201 Psychology 3
Third Semester Credit Hours
ACC 211 Computer Based Financial Accounting 3
ENG 213 Business Communications 3
FIN 211 Basic Finance 3
SOC 202 Nepalese Society and Politics 3
STT 211 Business Statistics 3
Fourth Semester Credit Hours
ACC 313 Accounting for Decision Making 3
FIN 312 Financial Management 3
MGT 314 Taxation in Nepal 3
MGT 313 Human Resource Management 3
RCH 311 Business Research Methods 3
Fifth Semester Credit Hours
MGT 203 Organization Behavior 3
MGT 314 Legal Environment of Business 3
OPR 311 Introduction to Operations Management 3
MKT 311 Fundamentals of Marketing 3
Focus Area I 3
Sixth Semester Credit Hours
COM 312 Database Management 3
MGT 315 Business Environment in Nepal 3
MGT 316 Introduction to International Business 3
Focus Area II 3
Seventh Semester Credit Hours
ITC 311 E-Commerce 3
MGT 317 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility 3
Elective Course I 3
Focus Area III 3
Focus Area IV 3
Eight Semester Credit Hours
MGT 318 Business Strategy 3
Elective Course I 3
Elective Course II 3
Elective Course III 3
Focus Area V 3
Project Report Writing Or Internship 6

Focus Area Courses: 15 Credit Hours

Focus Area (FA): Bank Operations and Cooperative Management (5 Courses)
BNK 211: Banking Law – FA I
BNK 212: Wholesale and Retail Banking – FA II
BNK 214: Commercial Banking Operations – FA I
BNK 216: Treasury Management– FA IV
BNK 218: Micro Finance and Rural Banking – FA V

Focus Area (FA): Sales and Marketing (5 Courses)
MKT 211: Consumer Behavior – FA I
MKT 212: Advertising and Public Relations – FA II
MKT 213: Creative Selling – FA III
MKT 216: Supply Chain and Channel Management – FA IV
MKT 218: Rural Marketing– FA V

Focus Area (FA): Insurance and Risk Management (5 Courses)
INS 211: Introduction to Risk and Insurance – FA I
INS 213: Commercial Property Risk Management – FA II
INS 215: Life and Non Life Insurance– FA III
INS 218: Micro Insurance – FA IV
INS 214: Commercial Liability Risk Management – FA IV
INS 212: Insurance Broking and Bancassurance – FA V

Focus Area: Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (5 Courses)
EED 211: Entrepreneurship Development – FA I
EED 212: Principles of Small Business Management – FA II
EED 213: Creativity and Innovation – FA III
EED 215: Micro-finance – FA IV
EED 217: Project Management– FA V

Electives: 9 Credit hours (Three Courses)
ELE 221: Emerging Global Business Issues
ELE 224: Organizational Development and Change
ELE 225: Budgeting and Financial Forecasting
ELE 226: Event Management
ELE 227: Service Operations & Management

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