"IT Skills with managerial knowledge."
BIM, a four years (eight semester) programme of Trubhuvan University, is a blend of IT and management courses. Nowadays, the entire organizational concept has been computerized and this has been a global phenomenon. Under such circumstances, no one can achieve perfection without the knowledge of information technology and proper management of information. So, BIM is basically the application of Information Technology in managerial pursuits. It is a degree that really works to raise you up to the costliest and the best of IT managers with a well co-ordinated synthesis of computer applications as well as your managerial skills.
MISSION AND OBJECTIVES
The mission of the Bachelor of Information Management ( BIM ) program is to develop socially responsible, scientific approached and result-oriented IT professionals. The BIM program is designed to equip graduates with specific skills and attributes required to be an efficient technocrats.
The specific objectives of the program are to:
The completion of BIM opens a wide horizon for the student with multiple future options for advance study and rewarded employement. The BIM graduate commands central role in information management of an organization. Being a software engineer with managerial insights, the student is expected to be providing crucial support to all functional areas as well as strategic management. The student, in particular, is expected to play a key role in the MIS function of the organization. In addition, BIM graduates can find the diversity of jobs that exist for them including Software Engineers, System Analysts, Designers, Network Administrators, Database Administrators, Web Developers, Managers, IT Officers, Instructors, etc.
The graduates can apply for MBA program, MIS or other areas as well as MS in Computer Science or Computer Information System.
The general teaching methodology includes class lectures, group discussions, case studies, practical exercise, laboratory work, project work, and term papers. The teaching faculty according to the needs of the course will determine the choice of the teaching methodology.
The concerned lecturer/instructor shall develop a detailed course outline and work plan at the beginning of each semester and also recommend the basic text book and other reference materials for teaching-learning of the course modules
INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT PROJECT
Students during the eight-semester shall be attached to organizations where they have to work for a period of eight weeks. Each student shall prepare an individual report in the prescribed format based on his or her work in the respective organization assigned to him/her. Evaluation of the industrial attachment shall be based on the project report. The report must be submitted by the end of the eigth semester. Students must secure a grade 'c' in the industrial attachment project. The industrial attachment project report shall carry a value equivalent to 6 credit hours.
Affiliation: Tribhuvan University
No. of seats: 66
Duration of Course: Four Years (Eight Semesters)
ADMISSION SCHEDULE will be published later for the academic year 2078
CMAT Application Form : January 07 - Feb. 05 2021 (Poush 23 - Magh 23, 2077).
Date of Admission Test: Feb 13, 2021 (Falgun 01, 2077) Saturday
Time: 8:00 AM
Contact Nagarjuna College phone +977 15010670 or 5010559 for further information.
(Limited seats available.)
Those who have passed the Cmat test (BBA or BHM) of TU can join BIM Programme as well.
Also, Know About Withdrawl
The program allows students to transfer the credit earned by them in a similar program of other universities recognized by Tribhuvan University. The maximum credit transfer allowed to a student shall be 30 course credit hours. The FOM shall have the authority to decide on the credit transfers.
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
The BIM program comprises of the following four separate course components:
27 credit hours
|Analytical and support courses||
27 credit hours
|Information technology and computing courses||
60 credit hours
6 credit hours
|Internship: Industrial attachment project||
6 credit hours
126 credit hours
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(on going) evalution shall carry 40 percent weight while the external (end of semester) examination shall carry 60 percent weight. The final grade shall be determined on the overall performance in 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 evalution 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 Commulative Grade Point Average(CGPA) of 2.0.
Students who secure a Semester Grade of 'D' is not promoted to the next semester.
The grading system shall be as follows:
|Let ter Grade||
Cumulative Grade point Avarage
|A||3.5 to 4.00||First Division with Distinction|
|B||2.0 to 2.4||First Division|
|C||2.0 to 2.4||Second Division|
|D||1.5 to 1.9||Pass in idividual paper|
|E||0 to 1.4||Fail|