bimstudentProspect for Career & Advanced Education

A BIM graduate commands a vital role in the information management of any organization they are enrolled in to. Being a Software Engineering with managerial insights, s/he is expected to provide crucial support to all functional areas as well as for strategic management. S/he, in particular, is expected to play a key role in the MIS function of the organization which of course a BIM student is more than qualified for. With the completion of the BIM program provides the students will be exposed to a wide variety and choices of employment opportunities and further degrees. BIM program provides the students with manifold future prospects for advance studies and rewarding employment.

In addition, BIM graduates can find jobs in almost every work arena. The diversity of opportunities that exists for them include Software Engineers, Programmers/Analysts, System designers, Network managers, Database Managers and Trainers/Instructors among others. On the other hand, the graduates aspiring for advanced education have significant advantages. Four years of study of the comprehensive syllabus helps them to get straight entry into the Master Degree Program in any of the recognized universities worldwide. S/he can opt for a MBA program in MIS or other areas in Computer Science or Computer Information Systems.

Curricular Information

Affiliation: Tribhuvan University
Program Duration: 4 years
Total Credit Hours: 126
Eligibility: +2 or Equivalent with 1st Division

Academic Program

Demand for IT professionals is extensively growing globally and Nepal is no exception. Hence, the Faculty of Management (FOM), Tribhuvan University has developed the BIM program to cater to the need of this trend.

The mission of Bachelor of Information Management (BIM) program is to develop socially responsive and result oriented IT professionals. The BIM program is designed to equip graduates with the skills and attributes required to become an efficient and effective IT professionals to match up with the fast paced world of today.

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Objectives of the program are:

1. To prepare IT professionals proficient in the used of computers and computing techniques in other to develop effective information systems to solve real life problems in an organizational environment.

2. To develop students skills, and understand trends of software development and database management, so that they can analyze information systems and hence manage the information of the organization.

3. To provide professional education to students with the blend of information technology and managerial skills.

To prepare students to proceed onto the post graduate level study in Information Management in and outside the country.

Course Composition

Foundation Courses (24 Credit Hours)
  • ENG 201: English I
  • MGT 204: Business Communications
  • SOC 201: Sociology for Business
  • MTH 201: Basic Mathematics
  • MTH 202: Discrete Mathematics
  • STT 201: Business Statistics
  • ECO 201: Microeconomics
  • ECO 202: Macroeconomics
Business Courses (30 Credit Hours)
  • ACC 201: Financial Accounting
  • ACC 202: Cost and Accounting Management
  • FIN 201: Business Finance
  • MGT 201: Principles of Management
  • MGT 202:  Human Resource Management
  • MGT 203: Organizational Behaviour
  • MGT 205: Operations Management
  • MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal
  • MGT 208: Business Strategy
  • MKT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing
IT and Computer Courses (60 Credit Hours)
  • IT 211: Computer Information System
  • IT 212: Digital Logic Design
  • IT 213: Structured Programming
  • IT 214: Data Communication and Computer Network
  • IT 215: Web Technology – I
  • IT 216: Java Programming – I
  • IT 217: Computer Organization
  • IT 218: Data Structure and Algorithm with Java
  • IT 219: Web Technology – II
  • IT 220: Database Management System
  • IT 221: Computer Graphics
  • IT 222: Java Programming – II
  • IT 223: Advanced Internet Working
  • IT 224: Software Engineering
  • IT 225: Computer Security and Cyber Law
  • IT 226: Management Information System
  • IT 227: Object Oriented Analysis and Design
  • IT 228: Artificial Intelligence
  • IT 229: IT Entrepreneurship and Supply Chain Management
  • IT 230: Economics of Information and Communication
Elective Courses (6 Credit Hours)
  • IT 301: System Administration – Win NT
  • IT 302: Graphics User Interface Programming with C++
  • IT 303: Computer Based Financial Engineering
  • IT 304: Electronic Reporting and Repairing
  • IT 305: Object Oriented Database Management
  • IT 306: Software Project Management
  • IT 307: Operating Systems
  • IT 308: Data Mining and Data Warehousing
Internship and Summer Project (6 Credit Hours)
  • IT 350: Internship
  • IT 351: Summer Project

Course Cycle

First Semester (15 Credit Hours)
  • ENG 201: English I
  • IT 211: Computer Information System
  • IT 212: Digital Logic
  • MGT 201: Principles of Management
  • MTH 201: Basic Mathematics
Second Semester (15 Credit Hours)
  • IT 213: Structured Programming
  • IT 214: Data Communication and Computer Network
  • MGT 204: Business Communication
  • MTH 202 : Discrete Mathematics
  • SOC 201: Sociology for Business
Third Semester (15 Credit Hours)
  • ACC 201: Financial Accounting
  • IT 215: Web Technology – I
  • IT 216: Java Programming – I
  • IT 217: Computer Organization
  • STT 201: Business Statistics
Fourth Semester (15 Credit Hours)
  • ACC 201: 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 (15 Credit Hours)
  • ECO 202: Macro Economics
  • ITC 221: Computer Graphics
  • ITC 222: Java Programming II
  • ITC 223: Advanced Internet Working
  • MKT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing
Sixth Semester (18 Credit Hours)
  • FIN 201: Business Finance
  • IT 224: Software Engineering
  • IT 225: Cyber Security and  Cyber Law
  • IT 351: Summer Project
  • MGT 202: Human Resource Management
  • MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal
Seventh Semester (18 Credit Hours)
  • IT 226: Management Information System
  • IT 227: Object Oriented Analysis and Design
  • IT 228: Artificial Intelligence
  • MGT 203: Organizational Behaviour
  • MGT 205: Operations Management
  • MGT 208: Business Strategy
Eighth Semester (15 Credit Hours)
  • IT 229: IT Entreprenuership and Supply Chain Management
  • IT 230: Economics of Information and Communication
  • Elective I
  • Elective I
  • IT 350: Internship