| Home | Faculty Info | Programs | Colleges | Contact |
 
  - PhD
- M. Phil
- PGDPS
- MBA
- MBS
- BBA
- BBS
- BIM
- BHM
- BTTM

You are here: Home > Programs> BIM

 
I. Bim Programme's Mission and Objective
The mission of faculty of management's Bachelor in information Management (BIM) program is to develop social responsible ,scientific approached, result oriented information technology (IT) professional .The BIM program is designed to equip graduates with the skills and efficient information technology professionals. The specific objectives of the program are to:
  • Prepare IT professional proficient in the use of computers and computational techniques in order to develop effective information system to solve real life problems in the organizational milieu.

  • Develop student's skill in object -oriented software design methods and data management systems.

  • Provide professional training to student by combing information technology with managerial skills.

  • Prepare students to proceed on to post graduate level study in information management within and outside the country.

[ Goto Top ]

II. Eligibility Conditions for Admission
The candidates applying for BIM program must have :

  • Successfully completed a twelve -year schooling or equivalent from any university, board or institution recognized by Tribhuvan university.
  • Secured a minimum of second division in the twelve year schooling or equivalent.
  • Compiled with all the application procedures.

[ Goto Top ]

III. Admision Criteria
Written test:
Applicants are required to appear in the entrance test conducted by the faculty of management. The test will follow the international testing pattern and standard. It include areas likes.

  • Verbal ability
  • Quantitative ability
  • Logical reasoning
  • General awareness

Interview: Only short-listed candidates from the written test will be interviewed and selected for admission.

[ Goto Top ]

IV. Teaching Pedagogy
The general teaching methodology includes class lectures, group discussion, case studies, practical exercise, laboratory work, project work, and term papers. The teaching faculty according to the needs of the course will determine the choice of the teaching methodology.

The concerned teacher/instructor shall develop a detailed course outline and work plane at the beginning of each semester and also recommend the basic text and other reference materials for teaching-learning of the course modules.

[ Goto Top ]

V. Industrial Attachment Project
Students during the English semester shall be attached to organizations where they have to work for period of eight weeks. Each student shall prepare an individual report in the prescribed format based on his or her work in the respective organization assigned to him/her. Evaluation of the industrial attachment shall be based on the project report. The report must be submitted by the end of the English semester. Students must secure a grade 'c' in the industrial attachment project. The industrial attachment project report shall carry a value equivalent to 6 credit hours.

[ Goto Top ]

VI. Examination, Evaluation and Grading System
The BIM program will be executed through the semester system.There will be altogether eight semesters required to complete the regular program. The internal(on going) evalution shall carry 40 percent weight while the external (end of semester) examination shall carry 60 percent weight. The final grade shall be determined on the overall performance in internal and external examinations.P

Passing Grade and Grading System
Students must secure a minimum of grade 'C' or Grade Point Average(GPA) of 2.0 in the internal evalution in order to qualify to appear in the semester examination. The passing grade in the semester examination for an individual paper is also grade 'D' or GPA of 1.5.In order to pass the semester examination the student must secure Grade 'C' or the average Commulative Grade Point Average(CGPA) of 2.0.

Students who secure a Semester Grade of 'D' is not promoted to the next semester.

The grading system shall be as follows:

Letter Grade
Cumulative GradePoint Average (CGPA)
  Divisions
A 
3.5 to 4.00  
 First division with distinction
B 
2.5 to 3.4   
 First division
F 
2.0 to 2.4   
 Second division
 
1.5 to 1.9
 Pass in individual paper
F 
0 to 1.4  
 Fail


Make-up Examination and Re-registration
Students who secure a semester grade of 'c' but failing in one or more courses at the end of semester examinations can appear in make-up examination in the subsequent semester. A student can appear in only two courses (6 credit hours) in the make-up examination. If the student fails in the make-up examination he/she shall have to re-register and repeat the course as per the course cycle. A student can re-register only two courses (6 credit hours) in a semester. The examination of the re-registered course shall be held as per the course cycle.


Attendance

Students are required to attend regularly all lectures, practical classes, seminar and presentations as required by the course. A candidate is required to attend at least 80% of such activities in order to be eligible to appear in the semester examination.

[ Goto Top ]

VII. Credit Transfers and Withdrawal
The programme allows students to transfer the credit earned by them in similar program of other universities recognized by Tribhuvan University. The maximum credit transfer allowed to a student shall be 30 course credit hours. The FOM shall have the authority to decide on the credit transfers.

A Student who has partially completed the BIM program and would like to discontinue his/her studies shall also be allowed to withdraw from the program. In such cases, a certificates specifying the credit earned by the student in the program shall be provided.G

[ Goto Top ]

VIII.  Graduation Requirments
The BIM program extends over eight semesters (four academic years). The BIM degree is awarded on its successful completion. All candidates for the BIM degree must fulfill the following requirements:

  • The successful completion of 120 credit hours as prescribed with passing grade of D or GPA of 1.5 in all the papers with an aggregate CGPA of 2.00.
  • A minimum of grade C obtained in project work.
  • Completion of courses for the fulfillment of the requirements of the BIM program must occur within seven years from the time of registration

    [ Goto Top ]

IX. Curricular Structure
The BIM program comprises of the following four separate course components:

Management courses
27 credit hours
Analytical and support courses
27 credit hours
Information technology and computing courses
60 credit hours
Elective courses
6 credit hours
Internship: Industrial attachment project
6 credit hours
Total
126 credit hours
Course Composition
I. Management Courses    
27 credit hours 
MGT 201

Principles of management

3 credit hours
MGT 202 Human resources of management
3 credit hours
MGT 203 Organizational Relations
3 credit hours
MGT 204 Business Communication
3 credit hours
MGT 205 Operations Management  
3 credit hours
ACC 201 Financial Accounting  
3 credit hours
ACC 202 Cost and Management Accounting
3 credit hours
FIN 201 Business finance 
3 credit hours
MKT 201 Principles of marketing 
3 credit hours

[ Goto Top ]

II. Analytical and support courses 
27 credit hours 
ENG 201

English Composition  of management

3 credit hours
MTH 201 Basic mathematics 
3 credit hours
MTH 202 Discrete mathematics
3 credit hours
STT 201 Statistics
3 credit hours
ECO 201 Micro economics 
3 credit hours
ECO 202 Macro economics
3 credit hours
LOG 201 Critical Thinking and Decision Making
3 credit hours
SOC 201 Sociology  
3 credit hours
PSY 201 Psychology
3 credit hours

III. Information Technology and Computing Courses
60 Cr. Hours
ITC 211 Computer Information system
3 credit hours
ITC 212 digital Logic 
3 credit hours
ITC 213 Structured Programming 
3 credit hours
ITC 214 Data Communication and Computer Network
3 credit hours
ITC 215 Data Structure and Algorithm
3 credit hours
ITC 216 Object Oriented Programming
3 credit hours
ITC 217 Microprocessor programming 
3 credit hours
ITC 218 Database Management System
3 credit hours
ITC 219 Web Technology
3 credit hours
ITC 220 Computer Organization 
3 credit hours
ITC 221 Computer Graphics
3 credit hours
ITC 222 JAVA Programming 
3 credit hours
ITC 223 Artificial Intelligence 
3 credit hours
ITC 224 Client Server Computing 
3 credit hours
ITC 225 Software Engineering 
3 credit hours
ITC 226 Management Information System
3 credit hours
ITC 227 IT Entrepreneurship and Supply Chain Management
3 credit hours
ITC 228 High Speed Network and Multimedia Network
3 credit hours
ITC 229 Computer Security and Cyber   Law  
3 credit hours
ITC 230 Economic of Information and Communications
3 credit hours

IV. Elective Courses 
6 Credit hours 
ITC 301

System Administration -Win NT

3 credit hours
ITC 302 Graphics User Interface Programming Using C++ 
3 credit hours
ITC 303 Computer Based Financial  Engineering  
3 credit hours
ITC 304 Electronic Reporting and Auditing of Accounting Information
3 credit hours

V. Internship
6 Credit hours

 Course Cycle

First Semester   Credit Hours
1
MGT 201 Principles of Management
3
2
ENG 201 English Composition
3
3
MTH 201 Basic Mathematics
3
4
ITC 201 Computer Information System
3
5
ITC 202 Digital Logic 
3

Second Semester    
1
SOC 201 Sociology        
3
2
MTH 202 Discrete Mathematics
3
3
MGT 204 Business Communication
3
4
ITC 213 Structured Programming
3
5
ITC 214 Data Communication and Computer Network 
3

Third Semester    
1
STT 201 Statistics        
3
2
PSY 201 Psychology
3
3
ITC 215 Data Structure and Algorithm
3
4
ITC 216 Object Oriented Programming
3
5
ITC 217 Microprocessor Programming
3

Fourth Semester    
1
ACC 201 Financial Accounting      
3
2
ECO 201 Micro Economics
3
3
ITC 218 Database Management System
3
4
ITC 219 Web Technology 
3
5
ITC 220 Computer Organization 
3

Fifth Semester    
1
ACC 202 Cost and Management Accounting
3
2
ECO 202 Macro Economics
3
3
ITC 221 Computer Graphics
3
4
ITC 222 JAVA Programming
3
5
ITC 223 Artificial Intelligence
3

Sixth Semester    
1
FIN 201 Business Finance
3
2
MGT 205 Operations Management
3
3
MKT 201 Principles of Marketing
3
4
ITC 224 Client Server Computing 
3
5
ITC 225 Software Engineering
3
   
Seventh Semester   
1
LOG 201 Critical Thinking and Decision Making
3
2
MGT 203 Organizational Relations
3
3
MGT 202 Human Resource Management
3
4
ITC 226 Management Information System
3
5
ITC 227 IT Entrepreneurship and Supply  Chain Management
3
6
ITC 228 High Speed Network & Multimedia Network
3

Eighth Semester    
1
ITC 229 Computer Security and Cyber Law
3
2
ITC 230 Economic of Information & Communications
3
3
  Electives I
3
4
  Electives II
3
5
IM 210 Industrial Attachment Project
6