BBA in Banking and Insurance (BBA-BI) is a four-year, eight-semester curriculum provided by Pokhara University’s 16 Business Schools.
It aims to offer students with fundamental knowledge and practical skills in a variety of business administration topics. It also aims to strengthen students’ intellectual ability and managerial skills through business and other social science courses. Furthermore, the program assists students in developing the necessary attitudes and qualities for managing corporate functions.
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), 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.
An academic session is divided into two semesters. The Fall Semester begins in September, followed by the Spring Semester in March. Students are typically accepted into the program during the fall semester.
At the start of each semester, students must register for courses from the relevant institution on their own. Only in exceptional circumstances, at the discretion of the principal, may registration in absence be permitted. In most situations, a student’s nominee will not be permitted to register for the student’s course, but he or she may complete other requirements.