Apr 16 2018


BIM (Bachelor of Information Management)
Bachelor of Information Management (BIM) at TU is a four-year program over eight semesters. This course, offered by Tribhuvan University, is designed to integrate IT and management. It entails studying the use of communication systems in business administration and decision-making.

The use and relevance of this course are increasing every single day. The TU BIM course is a blend of economics, computer science, and management, utilizing various tools, techniques, methodologies, and theories to evaluate, analyze, and process information systems. It consists of 126 credit hours.

Objectives of Bachelor of Information Management

The objectives of the Bachelor of Information Management, or BIM, course affiliated with Tribhuvan University for students are as follows:

  1. To make IT professionals efficient in the use of computers and computational techniques, develop helpful information systems, and solve real-life problems in organizations.
  2. To enhance skills in understanding the latest tendencies in software development and database systems.
  3. To develop the ability to manage information in different organizations.
  4. Imparting professional training by integrating IT and management skills.
  5. Help prepare the foundation for postgraduate-level study both within and outside the country.


Admission Requirements in Bachelor of Information Management

Students need to fulfill the following requirements before being admitted to the BIM course or program at TU:
Written Test:
Eligible candidates should appear in the CMAT test (Central Management Aptitude Test) conducted by the Faculty of Management (FoM), similar to the BBA entrance examination. The test follows international testing standards and includes questions from the following four sections:

  1. Verbal skill testing
  2. Quantitative Technique Analysis
  3. Logical Examination
  4. General Knowledge and Awareness Testing
The test consists of 100 objective questions, with 25 questions in each of the four sections. Students must secure at least 40% marks to pass the exam and qualify for the interview.

Students who score a minimum of 40% marks will be called for an interview, and a select few will be admitted based on the merit list.

Entrance Preparation:
To gain admission to reputable colleges offering the BIM course at TU, students need to undergo comprehensive entrance preparation. Various institutions specializing in the preparation of the entrance exam provide classes in different shifts to familiarize them with the test. These institutes also conduct mock tests to build their confidence and teach them techniques for interviews, helping them become accustomed to the environment and alleviate nervousness and pressure.
Additionally, students can access numerous question bundles on different websites on the internet. However, joining preparation institutes is not compulsory, as they can study at home, purchase preparation books, and prepare themselves.

Candidates applying for admission to the Bachelor of Information Management (BIM) course at Tribhuvan University should abide by the following procedures:
  1. Candidates are required to have finished their Plus 2 or an equivalent level from any university or board acknowledged by TU.
  2. Candidates who wish to pursue BIM should have at least a D+ grade in every subject at the +2 level with a CGPA of 1.80 or more or secure a second division at the 10+2 level, PCL, or its equivalent program. However, it is observed that colleges prefer enrolling students who have achieved a first division.
  3. They must follow all the application procedures and guidelines required for the entrance examination.
  4. General Knowledge and Awareness Testing



1st Semester

  • ENG206: English I View Notes
  • IT 231: Foundation of Information Technology
  • IT 232: C Programming
  • MGT 231: Foundation of Business Management
  • MTH 204: Basic Mathematics


2nd Semester

  • IT 233: Digital Logic
  • MGT 241: Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management
  • IT 234: Object Oriented Programming with Java
  • IT 235: Discrete Structure
  • ENG 203: Business Communications


3rd Semester

  • ACC 201: Financial Accounting
  • IT 236: Microprocessor and Computer Architecture
  • IT 237: Web Technology I
  • IT 238: Data Structure and Algorithms
  • STT 201: Business Statistics


4th Semester

  • ECO 206: Economics for Business
  • IT 240: Business Data Communication and Networking
  • IT 241: Operating System
  • IT 239: Web Technology II
  • IT220: Database Management System
  • ACC 202: Cost and Management Accounting


5th Semester

  • IT 242: Software Design and Development
  • IT 243: Programming with Python
  • IT 244: Information Security
  • IT 228: Artificial Intelligence
  • MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing


6th Semester

  • IT 245: Business Information Systems
  • RCH 201: Business Research Methods
  • MGT 236: Business Environment
  • IT 352: Project
  • IT 246: IT Ethics and Cybersecurity
  • FIN 229: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance


7th Semester

  • MGT 240: Strategic Management
  • Elective: Elective I a.IT305 object oriented database management system
    b.IT306 software project management
    C.IT307 operating system
    D.IT308 data mining and data warehouse
    E.IT309 client server computing
  • IT 247: E-Commerce and Internet Marketing
  • SOC 203: Sociology for Business Management
  • MGT 205: Operations Management


8th Semester

  • IT 249: Business Intelligence
  • Elective: Elective II
  • IT230: Economics of Information and Communication
  • IT 350: Internship
  • IT 250: Digital Economy


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