Master of Business Management (MBM) Program

PYC-MBM emphasizes in equipping its students with highly regarded qualifications, skills and experience that will meet their career aspiration and will enrich their lives-preparing them in the possible challenges they might face in the future. The MBM program is the perfect area for the student who pursue for higher degree in Nepal in the area of Management. PYC has developed a strong linkage with industries and business organizations to explore the areas of employment for the graduation for MBM programme.

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About Programme Director

Dr. jeetndra dangol

Dr. Jeetendra Dangol, Associate Professor at Public Youth Campus, Tribhuvan University, has been teaching Accountancy at BBS, BBA and MBS levels since 1998. An PhD as well as as M.Phil from Tribhuvan University, Dr. Dangol has acquired a good deal of practical experiences of accounting from his two-year association with the Centre for Rural Technology (CRT), and from Auditing in several leading organizations in Nepal and India. Dr. Jeetendra Dangol is also Head of Research Department of Public Youth Campus. He also had experienced as Deputy Director of School of Management, TU (SOMTU).
With paper presented in seminars, one and half dozen of articles and working papers to his credit, Dr. Dangol has also attended a number of workshops and training programmes on management and accounting practices, including a three years’ stint with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) for article-ship.

About PYC-MBM

Developing Managerial practice is a central concern of the Faculty of Management (FOM), Tribhuvan University (TU). The emphasis upon practice is reflected in various Master level programs of the FOM. FOM program lays special emphasis on developing graduates managerial and entrepreneurial skills over a solid foundation of theories and techniques. Through this two-year 60-credit hour program students develop their management skills on the basis of a good understanding of the economics, social, political milieu both at the national and global levels.

Program Objectives

Curricular Structure

Core Courses of MBM Program
The MBM program is anchored by 13 required, rigorous and integrated course modules with 39 credit hours that promote a general-management perspective and that provide a framework for the more function-specific courses that follow. The core course modules are as follows:

The core course modules are as follows:
MGT 511 Emerging Concepts in Management
STT 511 Statistics and Computer-assisted Data Analysis
ECO 511 Managerial Economics
ACC 511 Managerial Accounting and Control
FIN 511 Financial Management
MGT 515 Organizational Behavior
RES 511 Business Research Methodology
MKT 511 Strategic Marketing Management
MGT 514 Human Resource Management
OPM 511 Operations and Supply-Chain Management
ECO 512 Global Economy and International Business
MGT 513 Business Environment and Corporate Governance
MGT 516 Strategic Management and Leadership

The concentration course modules help students to develop specialized and focused knowledge and skills in the areas of their choice. Students are required to select three courses from any one of the concentration areas offered by the University. The concentration courses offered are in the areas of banking and finance, applied marketing, small business and entrepreneurship, and IT management.

FIN 512 Financial Systems in Nepal
FIN 513 Investment Analyses and Portfolio Management
FIN 514 Financial Institutions and Markets
FIN 515 Money and Capital Markets
FIN 516 Performance Management and Control
FIN 517 Marketing of Financial Services
FIN 518 Treasury Management in Banks
FIN 519 Special Topics in Banking

MKT 512 Consumer Behaviour
MKT 513 Advertisement and Sales Promotion
MKT 514 Services Marketing
MKT 515 E-Marketing
MKT 516 Fundamentals of Rural Marketing
MKT 517 Sales and Distribution Management
MKT 518 Strategic Brand Management
MKT 519 Special Topics in Applied Marketing

MGT 512 Small Business Entrepreneurship
MGT 513 Innovation and Product Development
MGT 514 Small Business Finance
MGT 515 Rural Marketing
MGT 516 Retail Management
MGT 517 Social Entrepreneurship
MGT 518 Business Plan for New Venture Development
MGT 519 Special Topics in Entrepreneurship Development
MGT 520 Information and Technology Management
MGT 521 Management Information System
MGT 522 Business System Analysis and Design
MGT 523 Decision Support System
MGT 524 Management of Information Technology
MGT 525 Balanced Business Scorecard: Principles and Methods
MGT 526 E-Commerce
MGT 527 Business Intelligence
MGT 528 Special Topics in Information Technology Management

Students have great flexibility in choosing from a wide variety of sector-focused elective courses offered by the University. The colleges of the University may also design courses of their own choice and relevance in consultation with the Dean and the Subject Committee. Elective course modules, which are introduced rapidly and are updated regularly, reflect the newest ideas, trends, and thinking in sectoral and applied business. Students may select any two course modules from the following courses as sectoral management electives:
MGT 550 Agribusiness Management
MGT 551 Commercial Bank Management
MGT 552 Travel and Tourism Management
MGT 553 Insurance and Risk Management
MGT 554 Micro-finance and Entrepreneurship
MGT 555 E-Business
MGT 556 Management of Sustainable Rural Development and Project Management
MGT 557 Foreign Trade Management and Practices
MGT 558 NGO Management and Development
RES 512 Research Project

Course Cycle (15 Credit hours in each semester)

MBM Course Cycle
Through this two-year 60-credit hour program students develop their management skills on the basis of a good understanding of the economic, social, political milieu both at the national and global levels. The program consists of 4 semesters to accomplish the MBM, which takes 2 years to complete the study.

MGT 511 Emerging Concepts in Management 3 Cr. Hrs
STT 511 Statistics and Computer-assisted Data Analysis 3 Cr. Hrs
ACC 511 Managerial Accounting and Control 3 Cr. Hrs
ECO 511 Managerial Economics 3 Cr. Hrs
MGT 515 Organizational Behavior 3 Cr. Hrs

ECO 512 Global Economy and International Business
FIN 511 Financial Management
MKT 511 Strategic Marketing Management
MGT 514 Human Resource Management
OPM 511 Operations and Supply-Chain Management

RES 511 Business Research Methodology
MGT 512 Sectoral Management Elective I
CON 511 Concentration I
CON 512 Concentration II
CON 513 Concentration III

MGT 513 Business Environment and Corporate Governance 3 Cr. Hrs
MGT 516 Strategic Management and Leadership 3 Cr. Hrs
MGT 517 Sectoral Management Elective II 3 Cr. Hrs
RES 512 Research Project

Teaching Pedagogy

The MBM program is based on the student-centered learning approach. The general teaching methodology of the program includes Interactive lectures Students’ presentations Case studies and Projects. The teaching faculty shall determine the appropriate teaching-learning methods suitable for each course.

The normal duration and the maximum duration for the completion of the requirements for the various programs are as follows:

  • Normal duration 24 months (4 semesters)
  • 60-credit hour program

Eligibility

The minimum qualification required to apply for the program is as follows:

A minimum Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum CGPA score of 2 or 45 percent in the annual system.

Student’s intake will be based on a highly competitive basis with a three-stage screening evaluations.

a. CMAT written test for MBM students.

b. Group Discussions

c. Individual Presentation

d. Personal Interview

Examination and Evaluation

The performance of students will be evaluated through ongoing in-semester evaluations and semester-end examinations. The FOM shall have the final authority in conducting, evaluating and awarding grades in semester-end examinations. The course facilitator (instructor) shall decide the grades in the in-semester evaluations.

In-semester Evaluations
The in-semester (internal) evaluation shall generally have a total weight of 40 percent in each course. The concerned faculty shall be responsible for the continuous in-semester evaluations. The in-semester evaluation shall be based on a student’s performance in class presentations, case analysis, and project assignments, class tests and others as required by the course. A student must secure a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.70 or Grade B minus (B-) in a course in order to be eligible to appear in the semester-end examination of that course. The in-semester evaluations will be based on the following components:

In-semester Evaluation: 40 Marks
Evaluation Activities                                                               Weight in %
In-semester pre-board Examination                                   40
Class-room activities                                                               20
(Class presentations, case analysis, group works etc)
Projects and Assignments                                                      30
Class Attendance and discipline                                           10
Total                                                                                           100

The semester-end examinations on course work related subjects shall have a total weight of 60 percent. The semester-end examination shall be based on problem solving questions, analytical questions, and case studies or any other formats as demanded by a course. The duration of the examination shall be 3 hours for both 3 credit hour courses and 2 Credit hour courses.

The MBM program is an intensive professional program. This program demands a very high level of commitment from students. Students are required to attend regularly all classes and presentations as required by the course. Students failing to attend 80 % of classes shall not be allowed to appear in the semester-end examinations.

Normal and Maximum Duration of Study:
The normal duration and the maximum duration for the completion of the requirements for the various programs are as follows:
Normal duration 24 months (4 semesters)
Maximum duration 48 months (8 semesters)

Students who do not qualify to appear in the semester-end examinations will have to reregister and retake the course as per the semester cycle. Students who are qualified but fail to appear in the semester-end examinations or fail in the semester-end examination can appear in make-up examinations as per the semester cycle. FOM shall organize chance make-up examinations in the last semester only where a student may appear in 6 courses of the earlier three semesters.

Grading System

Degree Requirements

To receive MBM degree the student must have
Obtained an overall CGPA of 3.0 or better after combining the GPAs obtained in all courses and final project;
Completed all the course requirements as specified in the curricular structure section within the maximum time period specified in the normal and maximum duration of the study section.
A ‘B minus’ or better grade in each of the courses as specified in the curricular structure section;

  1. Obtained an overall CGPA of 3.0 or better after combining the GPAs obtained in all courses and final project;
  2. Completed all the course requirements as specified in the curricular structure section within the maximum time period specified in the normal and maximum duration of the study section.

A student is required to undertake a research assignment and prepare a Research Project Report at the end of the fourth semester. The colleges shall assign a faculty member to supervise the research work. The research work must be presented in the format as prescribed by FOM. The evaluation of the research shall be based on the following two components:
Written Report: 70 %
Viva-voce: 30 %
FOM shall conduct the written report evaluation and report presentation through independent external evaluator(s). The marks awarded by each evaluator shall be averaged and awarded to the student. The concerned college shall conduct the viva-voce examination.

Scholarships

Scholarships for MBM program

Fee Structure

Every year, Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University (FOM-TU) conducts the entrance exam to offer admissions to the aspiring candidates into MBM and other various under graduate and post graduate courses. Aspirants qualifying the entrance exam will be eligible for admissions into the Public Youth Campus. Candidates willing to get admissions on the basis of their scores must get familiar with the fee structure of the Public Youth Campus.
The Total Cost of the MBM Program is Rs. 2,50,000.00 (Rs.Two hundred fifty thousands) for two years (four semesters). This fee includes admission fee, semester fee, tuition fee, library fees and all internal examination fees. This fee does NOT include additional charges and semester end examination fees required by TU and Research Project processing fees.

Semester Fee (Rs)
First
100000
Second
50000
Third
50000
Fourth
50000

Total

250000

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