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  • MBS (Masters in Business Studies)
    • The Masters in Business Studies (MBS) program is a two year four semester course in affiliation with Tribhuvan University. We prepare students for leadership positions suitable for the 21st century global marketplace. With your enhanced leadership capabilities, business management focuses and chosen specialization, you will find awareness of company culture, people, management and leadership. The theory and business management principles acquired during these two years will equip you for diverse real world business situations. The curriculum focuses on high level management capabilities which are transferrable to organizations of all sizes in the public, private or not-for- profit sectors, arming you with the high level skills and “know how” to succeed in senior management roles. With MBS, you can leverage your existing experience with enhanced skills to gain control of your future. While giving educational instruction, we always consider the need of nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit within the students. Alongside the curriculum prescribed by the university, we provide numerous innovative and supportive courses and training packages.

      • Course Duration : 2 Years (4 Semesters)
      • Eligibility : Pass Marks in Bachelor Level and CMAT.
      • Regular Classes : 6:30 am to 9:15 am; 5:00 pm to 7:45 pm
      • Scholarship : The scholarship will be provided for the deserving students on the basis of CMAT score and the interview taken by the college.

      Curricular Structure

      The Faculty of Management (FOM) recognizes the need for both breadth and depth in the total academic pattern. The MBS program has three key components.

      Core Courses:
      Core business courses integrate all analytical and functional areas and provide students with an appreciation of the diversity and inter-relationship of business management issues.
      Specialization Courses:
      Specialization in any one area, such as, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Management and Management Information System enables the student to develop expertise in his/ her concentration area.
      Dissertation:
      The MBS program requires students to conduct original research work during the four semesters of the two year study period. Students are required to write a dissertation based on their original research work. Students writing dissertation are encouraged to write their dissertation within the selected specialization area.
      SEMESTER I
      Module Name Module Code Nature of Course Credit
      Managerial Communication MGT 519 Core 3
      Organizational Behaviour MGT 515 Core 3
      Marketing Management MKT 511 Core 3
      Managerial Economics ECO 512 Core 3
      Statistical Methods MSC 514 Core 3
      SEMESTER II
      Module Name Module Code Nature of Course Credit
      Management Accountancy ACC 517 Core 3
      Business Environment MGT 518 Core 3
      Financial Management FIN  510 Core 3
      Human Resource Management MGT 513 Core 3
      Production & Operations Management MSC 516 Core 3
      SEMESTER III
      Module Name Module Code Nature of Course Credit
      Accounting for Financial and Managerial Decision and Control ACC 519 Core 3
      Research Methodology MSC 521 Core 3
      International Business MGT  522 Core 3
      Strategic Management MGT 523 Core 3
      Entrepreneurship MGT 524 Core 3
      SEMESTER IV
      Subject Nature of the Course Credit
      Finance (Three subjects) Specialization 3 credit per subject
      Marketing  (Three subjects) Specialization 3 credit per subject
      Accountancy (Three subjects) Specialization 3 credit per subject
      Management (Three subjects) Specialization 3 credit per subject
      Information System for Managerial Decisions Specialization 3 credit per subject
      MGT 525 Dissertation   6
      SEMESTER IV
      FINANCE SPECIALIZATION MARKETING SPECIALIZATION MANAGEMENT  SPECIALIZATION
      FIN 650 Asset Management MKT 657 Consumer Behaviour MGT 664 Productivity Management
      FIN 651 Capital Structure Management MKT 658 International Marketing MGT 665 Organization Development & Change
      FIN 652 Working Capital Management MKT 659 Brand Management MGT 666 Quality Management
      FIN 653 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management MKT 660 Sales Management MGT 667 Recent Trends in Management
      FIN 654 Financial Markets and Institutions MKT 661 Retail Management MGT 668 Organizational Theory
      FIN 655 International Financial Management MKT 662 Industrial Marketing MGT 669 Performance Management
      FIN 656 Financial Derivatives and Market MKT 663 Services Marketing MGT 670 Leadership and Communication
      ACCOUNT SPECIALIZATION INFORMATION SYSTEM  SPECIALIZATION  
      ACC 671 Advanced Financial Accounting ICT 678 Computer Applications  
      ACC 672 Corporate Taxation ICT 679 Data Management and Analysis  
      ACC 673 Cost Management ICT 680 Management Information System  
      ACC 674 Contemporary Auditing ICT Enterprise Resource Management  
      ACC 675 Financial and Accounting Control ICT 683 Supply Chain Management  
      ACC 676 Accounting Theory and Financial Reporting    
      ACC 677 Management Control System    

      Admission Procedure

      Students applying for the MBS program must fill the application blank with all details of their personal information and past academic records. The selection of students shall be based on CMAT. The test shall be based on the GMAT or GRE format. There shall be altogether hundred (100) questions in the CMAT containing 20 questions in each section. Students must secure a minimum of 40% in the CMAT in order to qualify for the admission.

      Attendance

      The program demands very high level of commitment from students. Students failing to attend 80% of classes shall not be allowed to appear in the semester end examinations.

      Examination and Evaluation

      The performance of the students will be evaluated through ongoing in-semester evaluations and semester-end examinations. The in-semester evaluations and end semester examinations includes 40% and 60% weight age respectively.

      Grading System

      The grading system followed in the MBS program will be based on the absolute performance of a student in the in-semester evaluations and semester-end examinations. The passing grade in the semester end examination for an individual paper shall be grade “B minus” or GPA of 2.7.

      In order to pass the semester examination the student must secure a minimum of Grade “B” or CGPA of 3.0 (60%).

      Grade GPA Percentage Equivalent Performance Remarks
      A 4.0 90 and above Excellent
      A- 3.7 80 – 89.9 Very Good
      B+ 3.3 70 – 79.9 First Division
      B 3.0 60 – 69.9 Second Division
      B- 2.7 50 – 59.9 Pass in Individual Course
      f 0 Below 55 Fail

      Degree Requirements

      To receive MBS degree the students must have

      • A ‘B ’ minus or better grade in each of the courses.
      • Obtain an overall CGPA of 3.0 or better after combining the GPAs obtained in all courses and final project.
      • Completed all the course requirements within the prescribed time period specified in the normal and maximum duration of the study section.

      Dissertation

      A student is required to undertake a research assignment and prepare a dissertation at the end of fourth semester. The college will assign a faulty member to supervise the research work. The research work must be presented in the format prescribed by the Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University. The evaluation of the research is based on the following two components:

      Written Report:                        75%
      Viva – Vice:                25%

      Co-Curricular Activities

      The Co-curricular Program

      The co-curricular elements of the college are essential for students’ development as intellectually adventurous individuals, and offer ample opportunities for them to engage with each other and diverse members of the wider community. These activities encompass the environment in which students live, complementing and reinforcing classroom learning, and prepare them for successful and fulfilling lives after graduation. They also reinforce the core tenets of the academic program, linking discovery with practice. Students will assume responsibility for some aspects of co-curricular programming. Its purpose is to reinforce a sense of community, and to allow more advanced students to mentor and teach younger students.

      To enlighten the academic capabilities and supporting them in understanding business dynamics the college will provide supportive programs to the students from time to time.

      Panel Discussion: It is an excellent platform for students to interact with Industry Leaders. It is a forum where a diverse range of topics which highlight relevant corporate, civic and socio-economic issues are discussed. Panelists are drawn from various sectors of industry and business.

      Think Local: In an effort to bring the Industry closer to our students, we in regular intervals organize talks and interactive sessions involving executives from the industry.

      Youth Enrichment Services: The students will be provided with the opportunity develop their skills on their own by doing presentations, group work, case studies, role play and simulations.

      Comprehensive Banking Training: We focus on providing adequate basic understanding about the Banking, and other related financial services. Also we are intended on giving adequate exposure to the operational environment in the field of the Banking and inculcate training & practical approach by using modern technology amongst the students to among the students. Training and Placement Cell: At the end of the day, what counts is the student’s potential to be placed in the finest organizations as a first step towards a longer career development. The Training and Placement Cell conducts support program that enhance their chances for a smooth transition from a student to an executive. Corporate Etiquettes: In the growing corporate world it is getting increasingly important to maintain etiquettes defining the business impression. This program aims in conveying this with some basic etiquette guidelines. Every qualified student covets a job in top corporate companies. On being recruited, performance becomes the primary focus and little care is taken for etiquettes that go along for a better performance. We have set platform for students conducting seminars and training session for imparting these skills by experts from corporate world.

      Research and Publication Cell (RPC): The establishment of RPC is to build up students’ knowledge capacity for deeper learning, encourage research and publication by providing monetary support, stimulate discussion of research ideas and methodologies and act as an advocate for the research interests of the students.

      LAC Management Review: It has been conceptualized as a management journal, which empowers businessmen, managers, management students and researchers to perform better on a global business canvas. It will be the initiation of faculty members and students of LA. It will cover a wide range of management subjects and also touches upon various aspects of economy, sociology, psychology and many other disciplines that have a bearing on management and its performance.

      Visiting and Guest Faculty

      1. Professor (Dr.) Fatta Bahadur KC
      2. Professor (Dr.) Upendra Kumar Koirala
      3. Professor (Dr.) Madhav Raj Koirala
      4. Professor (Dr.) Bishambhar Pyakurel
      5. Professor (Dr.) Shayam Krishna Shrestha
      6. Professor Bhawani Shanker Acharya
      7. Professor (Dr.) Siddhartha Sharma 
      8. Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Business Management 
        Amrapali Group of Institutes, Haldwani – Nainital
      9. Asst. Professor (Dr.) Abhay Kumar
        NMIMS University, Mumbai
      10. Associate Professor, Dr Rashmi Soni
        K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies, Vidyavihar, Mumbai 
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