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Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) – Pokhara University


Bachelor of Business Administration

🏛 Pokhara University (PU)
Duration: 4 Years

Pokhara University’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program aims to provide students with basic knowledge and practical skills in several areas of business administration. 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.

BBA is a four-year, eight-semester curriculum provided by Pokhara University’s 46 Business Schools. These schools can accommodate a total of 3,888 students. Pokhara University awards 396 BBA Scholarships per year.


  • having a solid understanding of the fundamentals of company management,
  • are well acquainted with the broad contexts of commercial organizations in Nepal and beyond,
  • analytical, problem-solving, and communication abilities
  • Having the ability to handle organizational difficulties using electronic media and technology
  • having the ability to operate both in groups and alone, and
  • have an understanding of the environmental elements, social/functional interactions, and ethical norms that influence business and administrative decisions inside an organization.

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.

Documents Required

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.

Admission Procedures

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.

Curriculum Structure

1st Semester

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
ENG 101English I3
MTH 101Business Mathematics I3
ACC 121Financial Accounting I3
MGT 111Principles of Managements3
MIS 101Computer and IT Application3

2nd Semester

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
ENG 102English II3
MTH 102Business Mathematics II3
ACC 122Financial Accounting II3
PSY 101General Psychology3
ECO 101Introductory Microeconomics3

3rd Semester

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
ENG 201Business Communication I3
STT 101Business Statistics3
FIN 131Essentials of Finance3
SCO 101Fundamentals of Sociology3
ECO 201Introductory Macroeconomics3

4th Semester

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
ENG 202Business Communication II3
STT 201Data Analysis and Modeling3
MGT 211Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior3
MKT 241Principle of Marketing3
FIN 231Financial Management3

5th Semester

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
ACC 221Basics of Managerial Accounting3
RCH 311Business Research Methods3
MGT 314Management of Human Resources3
MGT 311Fundamentals of Operations Management3
Concentration I3

6th Semester

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
MIS 201Introduction to Management Information System3
LAW 291Legal Aspect of Business and Technology3
MGT 212Business and Society3
PRJ 491Project Work3
Concentration II3

7th Semester

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
ACC 221Basic of Managerial Accounting3
RCH 311Basic Managerial Accounting3
MGT 314Management of Human Resource3
MGT 311Fundamentals of Operations Management3
Concentration III3

8th Semester

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
MGT 412Strategic Management3
MGT 313Introduction to International Business3
MIS 202Essential of E-Business3
Elective II3
Concentration IV3

Fee Structure

The fee structure varies between colleges. On average, the BBA fee in PU-affiliated college is around 7-8 Lakhs.

Attendance Requirement

Every lecture, tutorial, seminar, and practical class must be attended by the student. To account for late registration, illness, and other unforeseen circumstances, the attendance requirement will be a minimum of 80% of the classes actually held. If a student misses more than four weeks of class without authorization from the appropriate authorities, his or her name will be taken from the college roll.

Evaluation System

The academic achievement of a student in a course is evaluated in two stages:

Internally, by the relevant faculty member, via quizzes, tutorials, lab work, home assignments, class tests, class participation, term papers, formal internal examination, and so on.

Externally, through semester-end examinations administered by the Office of the Controller of Examinations. Each internal and external evaluation (semester-end examination) is given 50% weight. Internal and external evaluations must be passed independently by the learner. The final grade is given based on his/her overall performance in both internal and external evaluations.

If a student’s performance falls below the minimum standard, he or she will be marked as NOT QUALIFIED (NQ) in the internal evaluation. Such students will not be permitted to take that semester’s final examination.

Grading System

Pokhara University uses a letter grade system with four points. Students will be assigned the following letter grades:

GradeGrade PointDescription
D1.0Minimum Requirement

Project Work

Students must complete an independent capstone project that includes fieldwork and empirical analysis. Finally, the students must create and submit a report on their work in the approved format to the authorized person/body. The goal of these project works is to help students improve their research skills, notably in data collecting, processing, analysis, and report writing. The relevant authority will assess these reports.


Students must complete an internship that has been approved by the college. The goal of an internship is to offer students real-life, on-the-job experience and the ability to apply theoretical principles in a practical setting. When determining internship placement decisions, the student’s interests and desired areas of concentration are considered.

Degree Requirement

A student should do the following in order to graduate:

  • Get at least a ‘D’ in each course as specified in the grading system section,
  • Complete the internship with a ‘Pass’ grade, and
  • Complete all courses, project work, and internships as specified in the curricular structure section within the maximum time period specified in the duration of the study section,
  • Maintain at least a 2 CGPA.

Scope / Jop Aspects

The scope of BBA is wide-ranging, offering graduates diverse opportunities in both corporate and entrepreneurial environments. With their comprehensive knowledge of business administration, BBA graduates can pursue careers in management, marketing, finance, human resources, operations, consulting, and more, across various industries and sectors. Additionally, BBA serves as a solid foundation for further education, enabling graduates to pursue advanced degrees and specialized fields of study.

Salary Prospects

The salary depends upon your skill and experience. Just after your graduation, if you don’t have any experience, you will get a salary of around NPR 25,000 for a few months. After you have gained some experience, you can expect at least NPR 50,000 for at least 2-3 Years.

With 4-5 Years of experience in a certain field, BBA students can easily make over NPR 1 Lakhs if they utilize their skills properly.



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