BIM
BIM

BIM is a four year (with eight semester) degree affiliated to Tribhuvan University. Main objective of this degree is to provide professional education with the blend of information technology along with managerial skills. The degree prepares IT professionals proficient in the use of computers and computational techniques in order to develop effective information systems to solve real life problems for any organization.

Eligibility for admission in BIM
The candidate 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 (45%) in the twelve-year schooling or equivalent

Admission Criteria
Student has to appear in CMAT test conducted by the University. Only the short listed candidates from the written test (CMAT Test) will be interviewed and selected for admission.

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 evaluation shall carry 40 percent weight while the external (end of semester) examination will carry 60 percent weight. The final grade shall be determined on the overall performance in the internal and external examinations.

Passing Grade and Grading System
Students must secure a minimum of grade 'C" or Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 in the internal evaluation 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 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.0. Student who secures a Semester Grade of 'D' is not promoted to the next semester.

The Grading System shall be as follows:

Letter Grade Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) Division
A 3.5 to 4.00 First Division with Distinction
B 2.5 to 3.4 First Division
C 2.0 to 1.9 Second Division
D 1.5 to 1.9 Pass in Individual Paper
F 0 to 1.4 Fail

 

BIM Course Structure:
Information Technology and Computing courses: 60 credit hours
Management Courses: 27 credit hours
Analytical and support courses: 27 credit hours
Elective courses: 6 credit hours
Internship: 6 credit hours
Total Credit hours: 126

 

BIM Course Composition
First Semester: Syllabus (download)
   
MGT - 201 Principles of Management
ENG - 201 English Composition
MTH - 201 Basic Mathematics
ITC – 211 Computer Information System
5. Digital Logic
Second Semester: Syllabus(download)
SOC - 201 Sociology for Business
MTH - 202 Discrete Mathematics and Its Application
MGT - 204 Business Communication
IT - 213 Structured Programming
IT - 214 Data Communication & Computer network
Third Semester: Syllabus (download)
ACC - 201 Financial Accounting
IT - 215 Web Programming I
IT - 216 JAVA Programming – I
IT - 217 Computer Organization
STT - 201 Business Statistics
Fourth Semester: Syllabus (download)
ACC - 202 Cost and Management Accounting
ECO - 201 Microeconomics
IT - 218 Data Structure and Algorithm with Java
IT - 219 Web Technology - II
IT - 220 Database Management System
Fifth Semester: Syllabus (download)
MKT - 201 Fundamentals of Marketing
ECO - 202 Macro Economics
IT - 221 Computer Graphics
IT - 222 JAVA Programming II
IT - 223 Advance Internetworking
Sixth Semester: Syllabus (download)
FIN - 201 Business Finance
MGT - 202 Human Resource Management
MGT - 206 Business Environment in Nepal
IT - 224 Software Engineering
IT - 225 Computer Security and Cyber Law
IT - 351 Summer Project
Seventh Semester: Syllabus (download)
ITC - 226 Management Information System
ITC - 227 IT Entrepreneurship and Supply Chain Management
ITC - 228 High Speed Network and Multimedia Networking
LOG - 201 Critical Thinking and Decision making
MGT - 203 Organizational Relations
MGT - 202 Human Resource Management
Eighth Semester: Syllabus (download)
ITC - 229 Computer Security and Cyber Law
ITC - 230 Economics of Information and Communication
ITC - 301 System Administration Win NT
  Elective II
  Internship: Industrial Attachment Project
Eighth Semester: (Elective)  
ITC - 307 Software Project Management
ITC - 303 Computer Based Financial Engineering
ITC - 305 Object Oriented Analysis and Design
ITC - 306 Object Oriented Database Management System
ITC - 308 Operating System
ITC - 309 Data Mining and Data Warehousing

 

Credit Transfer & Withdrawal

Credits earned by student can be transferred to other universities recognized by Tribhuvan University. The maximum credit transfer allowed to a student shall be 30 credit hours. The faculty of management has the authority to decide a credit transfer.

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 certificate specifying the credit earned by the student in the program shall be provided.