Bachelor of Computer Information Systems (BCIS) is a four-year, eight-semester curriculum provided by Pokhara University’s 3 Colleges. It is intended to provide both theoretical and practical knowledge of computer information systems and IT. The course successfully integrates two of the most powerful disciplines: management and information technology.
BCIS has been developed to provide students with the opportunity to learn the fundamental principles and job-related knowledge of computers, as well as a flare for the theory, tools, and procedures of modern management. It is a rare opportunity to be a graduate with equal skill in two subjects.
Entry Requirements and Admission Procedures
A new student in BBA must have completed Intermediate or Higher Secondary level (10+2) or Proficiency Certificate Level (PCL) with at least 50 percent or 2.0 CGPA, or an equivalent approved by Pokhara University. In addition, the student must pass the entrance exam administered by the relevant college.
The candidate must submit the following documents along with the application form provided by the relevant college/school, along with a set fee:
BBA application form signed and completed Official transcripts from prior academic institutions attended.
All degree certificates must be photocopied and accompanied by valid attestation.
Enrolment is contingent on the fulfillment of all admission processes, including payment of all college-determined costs. Applications that are incomplete will not be processed.