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Bachelor in Information Technology (BIT) – Tribhuvan University

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Bachelor in Information Management

🏛 Tribhuvan University (TU)
Duration: 4 Years

Introduction

Bachelor in Information Management is a 4-year (semester-based) course run by Tribhuvan University (TU)’s Institute of Science and Technology (IOST). Currently, 12 colleges all over Nepal are running this course and these all are constituent colleges of Tribhuvan University.

College NameLocation
Amrit Science Campus (ASCOL)Lainchaur, Kathmandu
Patan Multiple CampusPatan Dhoka, Lalitpur
Bhaktapur Multiple CampusDoodhpati, Bhaktapur
Padma Kanya Multiple CampusBagbazar, Kathmandu
Birendra Multiple CampusBharatpur, Chitwan
Mahendra Multiple CampusNepalgunj, Banke
Thakur Ram Multiple CampusBirgunj, Parsa
Bhairahawa Multiple CampusSiddharthanagar, Rupandehi
Ramsworup Ramsagar Multiple CampusJanakpur, Dhanusha
Siddhanath Science CampusBhimdatta, Kanchanpur
Central Campus of TechnologyDharan, Sunsari
Mahendra Morang Adarsha Multiple CampusBiratnagar, Morang

The Bachelor in Information Technology (BIT) program is modeled after the courses taught at authorized foreign universities, with the exception that the entry students have completed twelve years of schooling in any stream or equivalent from any recognized board.

In addition to the foundation and core Information Technology courses, the program includes many optional courses to fulfill the undergraduate academic program requirement as well as the demand for new technology development and implementation.

Students in the four-year BIT program must complete foundation and core courses in information technology, as well as courses in mathematics, statistics, management, economics, sociology, psychology, research methodology, technical writing, and certain electives.

All undergraduate students must complete 120 credit hours of information technology and related courses and will have opportunities in software development, information security, database administration, network and system administration, and all sectors that develop and/or use information technology.

Objective

The primary objective of the BIT program is to offer students with extensive knowledge and skills in the design, development, and application of information technology in many fields. It is expected that graduates of this degree would be equipped with the essential information technology understanding to compete in today’s global environment.

Eligibility

A student who seeks admission to the BIT program:

  • Should have completed a twelve-year education in any field or equivalent from a university, board, or institution recognized by TU.
  • Should have at least a second division in their +2 or equivalent OR a ‘C’ grade or CGPA 2.0 in all subjects in Class 11 and 12 by taking English and Mathematics for 100 marks. Or,
  • Passed A level in any subject with at least a ‘D’ in English and Mathematics. Or,
  • Completed the 3 Year Diploma in Engineering program taking both English and Mathematics from CTEVT.
  • Candidates who failed (NG) at least two topics in the 12th or comparable test and filled out the examination application form for grade improvement would be permitted to apply for the BIT entrance examination.

Courses Structure

First Year

First Semester

Courses CodeCourse TitleCredits HoursFull Marks
BIT101Introduction to Information Technology3100
BIT102C Programming3100
BIT103Digital Logic3100
MTH104Basic Mathematics3100
SCO105Sociology3100
Total 15500

Second Semester

Courses CodeCourse TitleCredits HoursFull Marks
BIT151Microprocessor and Computer Architecture3100
BIT152Discrete Structure3100
BIT153Object Oriented Programming3100
STA154Basic Statistics3100
ECO155Economics3100
Total 15500

Second Year

Third Semester

Courses CodeCourse TitleCredits HoursFull Marks
BIT201Data Structures and Algorithms3100
BIT202Database Management System3100
BIT2023Numerical Methods3100
BIT204Operating Systems3100
MGT205Principles of Management3100
Total 15500

Fourth Semester

Courses CodeCourse TitleCredits HoursFull Marks
BIT251Web Technology I3100
BIT252Artificial Intelligence3100
BIT253Systems Analysis and Design3100
BIT254Network and Data Communications3100
ORS255Operations Research3100
Total 15500

Third Year

Fifth Semester

Courses CodeCourse TitleCredits HoursFull Marks
BIT301Web Technology II3100
BIT302Software Engineering3100
BIT303Information Security3100
BIT304Computer Graphics3100
ENG305Technical Writing3100
Total 15500

Sixth Semester

Courses CodeCourse TitleCredits HoursFull Marks
BIT351NET Centric Computing3100
BIT352Database Administration3100
BIT353Management Information System3100
BIT354Research Methodology3100
Elective I3100
Total 15500

List of Electives:

  1. Geographical Information System (BIT355)
  2. Multimedia Computing (BIT356)
  3. Wireless Networking (BIT357)
  4. Society and Ethics in IT (BIT358)
  5. Psychology (PSY359)

Fourth Year

Seventh Semester

Courses CodeCourse TitleCredits HoursFull Marks
BIT401Advanced Java Programming3100
BIT402Software Project Management3100
BIT403E-commerce3100
BIT404Project work3100
Elective II3100
Total 15500

List of Electives:

  1. DSS and Expert System (BIT405)
  2. Mobile Application Development (BIT406)
  3. Simulation and Modeling (BIT407)
  4. Cloud Computing (BIT408)
  5. Marketing (MGT409)

Eighth Semester

Courses CodeCourse TitleCredits HoursFull Marks
BIT451Network and System Administration3100
BIT452E-Governance3100
BIT453Internship6200
Elective III3100
Total 15500

List of Electives:

  1. Data Warehousing and Data Mining (BIT454)
  2. Knowledge Management (BIT455)
  3. Image processing (BIT456)
  4. Network Security (BIT457)
  5. Introduction to Telecommunications (BIT458)

Evaluation

Except for project work and internships, all courses should have an internal weightage of 40% and an external weightage of 60%. The internal weightage for the course with laboratory work is divided into 20% laboratory work and 20% internal evaluation. To pass a course, a student must get a minimum of 40% in each area.

The overall weightage of all categories will be added to the final grade and grade point in each course. There will be a separate practical test in the presence of an external examiner for the 20% weightage of lab work.

Different assessors assess the project work and internship. To pass Project Work and Internship, students must receive at least 40% in each evaluator’s review, and the final grade and grade point will be the total of all evaluations. An external examiner will be assigned to evaluate the final presentation.

Grading System

Each student’s mark in each subject is determined by internal and external evaluations of his or her overall performance. For continual internal evaluation, several evaluation criteria are applied. External evaluation is primarily based on the Institute of Science and Technology (IoST) test.

Each course grade is issued using a letter grade that shows each student’s total achievement in each course. The chart below depicts letters together with their associated grading scale, grade point, and performance evaluations.

Letter GradeGrading ScaleGrade PointPerformance Remarks
A90-1004Outstanding
A-80 – less than 903.7Excellent
B+70 – less than 803.3Very Good
B60 – less than 703Good
B-50 – less than 602.7Satisfactory
C40 – less than 502.3Pass (Acceptable)
F0 – less than 400Fail

Each student’s performance in each semester will be evaluated in terms of Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA), which is the semester’s grade point average. The SGPA is computed as

SGPA=(Total Grade Points Earned in a semester) / (Total Number of Credits Earned in the Semester)

The cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is the average of all semester grades. The CGPA is determined as follows:

CGPA: (Total Grade Points Earned) / (Total Number of Credits Completed)

Final Examination

Tribhuvan University’s Institute of Science and Technology will administer final exams at the conclusion of each semester for all courses excluding Project Work and Internship. This final test is worth 60% of the total weightage.

Fee Structure

The fee structure of the BIT courses at Tribhuvan University is around 3.5 Lakhs. Since it is available in only constituent colleges of TU, you will find similar fee structures in all colleges.

Course Fee Structure
TU BITNPR 3.5 Lakhs

Scope / Jop Aspects

  • IT Consultant
  • Software Developer
  • Data Analyst
  • Project Manager
  • Systems Analyst
  • Business Analyst
  • E-commerce Manager
  • Database Administrator
  • Network Administrator
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Data Scientist
  • Information Security Analyst
  • User Experience (UX) Designer
  • Business Intelligence Analyst

Also, Watch the video on TU BIT

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