- Teacher: Ram Parsad Timilsina
Course Objectives: The course aims to provide students with a sound understanding of environmental forces affecting business operations and to develop their ability to analyze such environmental forces in the Nepalese context. The focus of the course is therefore to review the major environmental forces and analyze their dynamics applicable to Nepalese business.
Course Description: The course covers the relevant political, economic, legal, socio-cultural, and technological environmental aspects of Nepal and their effects on Nepalese business. In addition, it covers the regional and global environmental factors influencing Nepalese business scenario.
Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students should be able to: analyze and identify the opportunities, limitations, and constraints of business; pinpoint the changes in the environment and the impact on Nepalese businesses.
- Teacher: Bijendra Sharma Poudel
BBA Fifth Semester, Theory and Practice research methods, 3 Credit hours
- Teacher: Dr. Lekha Nath Bhattarai
This course aims to acquaint students the basic fundamentals of micro economic theory. It enhances the skills of the students in tabular and graphic interpretation of the economic concepts with respect to business decisions.
- Teacher: Basanta Kumar Shrestha
This course aims to provide fundamental concepts of Entrepreneurship and deals with issues related to the establishment, development, and management of a small enterprise. It provides students with real world examples and practical hands on exercises, and provides practical guidelines for developing a business plan to lunch and run a successful business.
- Instructor: Bishwash Raj Poudel
Essential of Finance: This course aims to provide student with an understanding of fundamental concepts of business finance. It will lay the foundation in students for their specialization in finance and equip them adequately to under take financial analysis and decisions.
- Teacher: Saroj Kunwar
Macroeconomics Theory, it includes the introductory courses on macroeconomics theory.
- Instructor: Dr. Lekha Nath Bhattarai
Retail Marketing, for 7th Semester, Marketing Concentration Subject
- Teacher: Subash Poudel
Sociology(101.3)Course Objectives: This courses aims to provide students with the basic concepts of sociology along with the Knowledge about cultural and social institutions and process.
Course Contents: 1. Introduction to Sociology 4 hours
Meaning of sociology, Nature of sociology, Methods of sociology (Scientific methods and limitation, sociology as science), Subject matter of sociology
2. Theories8 hours
Meaning of perspective and their uses in sociology, Major theoretical perspective of sociology Functionalist conflict and interactions: Basic assumption their strength and weakness. Relationship of business management with social sciences (Sociology anthropology)
3. Basic Concepts of Sociology 14 hours
Society: meaning and nature and types (Pre-industrial and industrial society) Community: meaning and nature. Culture: meaning, characteristics and function, Cultural contents (Material and non material culture) and elements of culture (Norma, values, beliefs, knowledge, technology, signs), Groups: meaning, nature, importance and classification of groups (Primary and secondary) and factors enforcing group formation. Organization: meaning, nature, formal organization and Weber‟s bureaucracy. Social institution: meaning, nature, function and types (primary and secondary)
4. Basic Social Institutions 10 hours
Marriage: Meaning, characteristics, function and types (Monopoly, polygamy, endo and exogammy0,factor effecting marriage ( Industrialization , organization, education ,legislation).family: meaning, characteristics, types(Nuclear and joint , patriarchal and matriarchal, functions, nuclearization and changing function of family .Kinship: meaning, rule of decent, kinship usages(Rule of avoidance and joking relationship), Education System: Meaning of education, function of education (Functionalists view and conflict view) Religion: meaning( religion as system beliefs and practices) sacred and profane and meaning conflict approach). Political System: meaning and basic features of 36 democracy and totalitarianism meaning and function of welfare state. Economic System: capitalism and socialism, meaning and basic features with their strength and limitations.
5. Socialization 3 hours
Meaning of socialization, primary socialization (Theory of Fraud, Mead, Cooley and Piaget) Agents of socialization, Impact of man on society and impact of society in man.Personality: meaning, static and dynamic nature of person
- Teacher: Sarad Kumar Paudel
Principles of Management _Morning
- Teacher: Bishwash Raj Poudel
ACC 121 Financial Accounting I Day/Morning
The course will cover the nature, scope and functions of accounting; basic fundamental concepts and generally accepted accounting principles and practices; the accounting cycle; journalizing adjusting entries, preparation of financial statements; accounting for cash and cash equivallent transactions. the course will also include computer based project work/ case studies.
- Instructor : Resham Raj Sharma
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