B.Sc. CSIT 2078 Admission Merit List

The following list of students have been selected to get admitted at ACHS based upon their IOST Entrance Score. The admission needs to be completed by 15th Chaitra 2078 (29th March 2022).
In case the student(s) decline to get admitted or fail to get admitted by the above-mentioned date, the students on the waiting list will be eligible to get the admission.

B.Sc. CSIT 2078 Admission Merit List

B.Sc. CSIT 2078 Admission Merit List 

B.Sc. CSIT 2078 Admission Merit List (Waiting)

Study BBM in Nepal

Selecting the perfect study program and place to study BBM in Nepal is a crucial decision that will have a huge influence on your future. This blog will provide you some food for your thoughts if you have recently completed your +2 education and are interested in a career in business but are unsure which career path to choose to follow your ambition. Before you continue, consider why obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Nepal is preferable to studying overseas.

What is Business Management?

The Business Management program is an industry-based management course that enables students to build critical and analytical abilities as well as an in-depth understanding of many business topics. It cultivates abilities such as entrepreneurship, interpersonal communication, and leadership that aid graduates in obtaining better work chances and professional advancement. As a result, it is aimed towards aspiring future company executives and managers.

The program is designed with the following objectives:

A. Develop students’ skills in creative thinking, decision making, leadership, communication, and gain an understanding of operations and change. 
B. Develop students’ understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation, and effective management of business operations in a dynamic business environment. 
C. Prepare students for professional life to work as business managers and entrepreneurs.

Business Management Vs Business Administration

In terms of Tribhuvan University (TU) we can find only a subtle difference between BBA and BBM. Both the courses comprise 4 years of duration with 8 semesters offered with 120 Credit Hours. The teaching-learning pedagogy and assessment are the same for both the courses including the student marking evaluation through 60 marks of board examination and 40 marks of internal assessment with the same grading system. 

We can find a major difference in the specializations offered by both the courses. BBM provides specialization in:
I.          Bank Operations and Cooperative Management
II.        Sales and Marketing
III.       Insurance and Risk Management
IV.       Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
IV.       Accounting.

While BBA provides specialization in:
I.          Banking and Finance
II.        Industry and Services Management
III.       Micro-Enterprise Management
IV.       Sales and Marketing Management
V.        Account Specialization

Additionally, we can find 9 elective courses in BBM during the 4-year long span of time:
I.          Emerging Global Business Issues
II.        Management of Foreign Trade
III.       Organizational Development and Change
IV.       Budgeting and Financial Forecasting
V.        Event Management
VI.       Service Operations Management
VII.     Labor Relations Management
VIII     Negotiation Skills
IX        Real estate Management

Due to the existence of another prominent business and management curriculum – BBA – since Tribhuvan University established a new business and management curriculum in the shape of Bachelor of Business Management (BBM), it has been seen as a sub-par education by management students. However, this might be viewed as a misunderstanding on the part of the students, as they do not fully comprehend the curriculum and the benefits of BBM, and few experts have attempted to explain this. We are attempting to illustrate why management professionals feel BBM is a considerably excellent management degree presently. Some key benefits of studying BBM are listed below:

A. You can specialize in what you want to do with your career with five different specializations.
B. BBM is the only curriculum where you can specialize in Entrepreneurship.
C. BBM offers an advanced accounting curriculum that includes computer-based financial accounting as well as a theoretical approach and paper-based practice of accounting.
D. Do you know that in BBM, you may pick from nine elective courses? These optional courses can help you achieve your dual specialization BBM degree.
E. BBM opens the doors for amazing career prospects in your interested field.

Business Management in Nepal
The BBM curriculum at Tribhuvan University’s Faculty of Management is an industry-based management degree that educates students to acquire critical and analytical abilities as well as in-depth understanding of many facets of business.

BBM graduates have the knowledge, skills, and self-confidence to help with effective and successful management in a rapidly changing and highly competitive national and global business environment. This course was created with the goal of developing middle-level managerial talent in various sectors.

The student-centered learning approach is applied in the BBM program. Interactive lectures, student presentations, case studies, and projects are all part of the program’s basic teaching style. The teaching faculty is responsible for determining the best teaching-learning strategies for each subject.

What are the Career Opportunities in the Business Sector in Nepal?
After acquiring a BBM degree, you will have a plethora of work opportunities. Job options following BBM are mostly determined by the students’ interests. The following are some of the sectors/areas where BBM graduates are employed:
A.        Sales & Marketing
B.        Retail
C.        Hospitality
D.        Banking & Insurance
E.         Consultancies
F.         Industrial Houses
G.        Educational Institutes
H.        Public Sector Enterprises
I.          Marketing Organizations
J.          Export Companies

Eligibility for BBM in Nepal

There are some of the very basic criteria for an aspirant to study BBM in Nepal. Students applying for admission to the BBM program must have:
i. Successfully completed a 12-year schooling program or its equivalent from any university, board, or institution recognized by Tribhuvan University.
ii.  Minimum D+ grade in each subject in grades 11 and 12 with a grade point average (gpa) of 1.80 or above / Obtained at least second division in the 10+2, PCL, or comparable program
iii. Complied with all the application procedures.


Written Test:
Eligible applicants must take the Central Management Admission Test (CMAT), which is administered by the Faculty of Management. The exam will be conducted in accordance with worldwide testing patterns and standards. It covers topic such as:
I. Verbal ability
ii. Quantitative ability
iii. Logical reasoning
iv. General awareness.

The CMAT will include a total of one hundred (100) objective questions, with twenty-five (25) questions in each part and a total weight of one hundred (100) marks. In order to be considered for the interview, students must score at least 40% on the CMAT.

Short-listed candidates will be the ones who have scored higher than the cut-off number in the CMAT. Only those who have been shortlisted will be interviewed and admitted.

If you are considering pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business management and preparing for the entrance exam, we recommend seeking assistance from professionals or experienced individuals. Getting assistance from professionals or experienced people can benefit you not only in the written admission exam but also in the interview. You can begin preparing on your own if you are extremely confident.

Bachelor in Business Management: Course Highlight
Course Level:                                    Under-Graduation
Duration:                               4 Years
Examination Type:               Semesters
Eligibility:                              Intermediate degree (+2) with a minimum of 50 percent or CGPA of 2 on a scale of 4 from a recognized university or board
Admission Process:               Merit and Entrance Based

The BBM in Nepal has a significant impact on the national and global economies since it creates a significant amount of money and employment. Studying business management provides you an advantage over other professionals because of its adaptability and breadth of application.

BBM is one of the greatest areas to work in Nepal, and it pays highly. If you want a degree that will equip you with both leadership qualities and academic understanding, business management is the program for you. If you’re thinking of enrolling in a business course, go ahead and do it.

Scope of BHM in Nepal

Because BBM teaches you specifically in one of the five core areas, you will have a fantastic job opportunity in that field, as you will be among the few who have been specifically prepared for that field and will stand out among others with other business and management degrees. In the fiscal year 2017/18, the country’s entire insurance market grew by 22.74 percent to Rs 57.53 billion, up from Rs 46.87 billion in the previous fiscal year. This is a vast industry with a lot of room for expansion, and it will take thousands of skilled people to attain the potential market size. You’ll have a lot of job options if you get a BBM in Insurance and Risk Management or Accounting.

Similarly, the BBM in Bank Operations and Cooperative Management is becoming a popular degree among banks and financial institutions since it provides students with superior training in banking. Sales and marketing are among the highest-paying and most creative occupations available to management students in Nepal. Students with a BBM in Sales and Marketing degree have a lot of opportunities to advance in the sales and marketing industry, especially because practically every company (whether manufacturing or service-based) needs a significant sales and marketing department. Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development are the backbone for the development of any country that not only helps the students but also creates many job opportunities for the people living in the country solving the rapidly growing problem of unemployment. As a result, BBM graduates have unparalleled job opportunities following graduation.

Why is ACHS also one of the best BBM colleges in Nepal?

ACHS is one of the leading and professional BBM colleges in Nepal. In academic collaboration with Tribhuvan University in Nepal, ACHS offers a 4- year, 8- semester advanced business course commonly known as Bachelor of Business Management.

The program aims to equip students with abilities such as entrepreneurship, interpersonal communication, and leadership that aid graduates in obtaining better work chances and professional advancement. It covers a wide range of areas from the various levels of management in various businesses and organizations.

In addition, students also have the prospect of indulging in research and development relevant to the industry’s emerging issues such as bank operations and cooperative management, sales and marketing, insurance and risk management, entrepreneurship and enterprise development, and accounting.

ACHS is a well-known campus with a large family of students from many fields, including Management and Information Technology. This implies that management students can swiftly work with IT students to build initiatives that combine the two disciplines. There isn’t a better way to learn than to work on a collaborative project together.

The principle of Where Innovation Meets Excellence has been institutionalized at ACHS, which means that there are numerous learning opportunities outside of the classroom where you may put what you’ve learned in class into practice. These activities also help you build a variety of professional skills that can help you advance your career when you graduate.

ACHS has excellent teaching faculty members that have received updated management training. They not only give excellent education but also provide assistance with projects and personal/professional growth. One more important reason to study BBM at ACHS is the well-equipped learning facilities. Furthermore, several guest lectures from industry leaders provide you with not only a greater understanding of workplaces but also a lifetime networking opportunity. With all of these advantages, ACHS is one of the finest universities for BBM.


The webinar on “AI and ML: What’s in it for everyone?” by Ms. Aditi Gajurel, ML Engineer Associate, FuseMachines, conducted on June 10, 2020 was organized by Asian College of Higher Studies (ACHS) .

The session introduced us about AI and ML. She discussed on what is AI, how has AI developed, where are the fields in which AI can be used, why is AI important and the threats of AI. She also discussed about narrow, general and super AI. She included some of the AI used in our daily life like: recommender system, automatic spam detection in email e.t.c. She explained about how AI has evolved from 60’s to present, from evolution of telescope to the Sophia robot. Humans are good in logic and machines are good at computation so the integration between these two factor can help to build powerful AI relating with AlphaGo competition. At the end, she gave some ideas about the resources to start who are interested in AI. Overall session was very interactive and fruitful.

Lastly, I would like to thank Ms. Aditi Gajurel for giving us helpful information about AI and ML and also to our college, Asian College of Higher Studies for organizing such aN interactive and helpful webinar which has helped us a lot to gain knowledge about AI and ML.

Suchita Shakya, CSIT 7th Semester.


The event “AI and ML: What’s in it for everyone?” was organized on 10th July, 2020 and I personally would like to thank both our college and Ms. Aditi Gajurel for conducting this event.

This event discussed the what, when, how and why of AI along with threats of AI. The event also discussed past development of AI, the present scenario and what’s in store for AI in the future. 

Discussions on the impact of AI on our daily lives, research, technology and how it will bring about revolution in the future freeing us from mental labor of doing repetitive mundane tasks was the highlight of the event. It was a highly interactive, intuitive and insightful event. 

This event was a great introduction to machine learning and Artificial Intelligence for any student willing to get into these fields.

Nabin GC, CSIT 7th Semester.


As the seminar have been held by our college ACHS every Sunday and Wednesday this Wednesday June 10, 2020 was the session regarding to  Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning (AI and ML) where the session was taken by ML Engineer Associate of Technology and FuseMachines Ms. Aditi Gajurel.

The session included basic definition of AI and ML, Types of AI and ML, why we need AI, view of AI and ML and its threat. The whole session was conducted through the discussion over different view, ideas and thinking about above topic. Different basic as well as new term and ideas were raised and discussed. Various fact and ongoing situation on AI and ML was discussed. At the end the tips and some knowledge about starting career on AI was also provided. The session was simple, basic but full of different amazing and curious topic which built the platform learning for something new and something deep about the AI and ML.

The session was very fruitful where the idea of starting career in AI for interested student was also provided. I personally found this seminar very fruitful and helpful.  I am  heartily thankful to Ms. Aditi Gajurel and our college authorities for conducting this seminar.

Sanjay Shrestha, CSIT 5th Semester.


The session on topic “AI and ML: what’s in it for Everyone?” was fruitful for students who is new and interested in technology, organized by ACHS College, on 10th June 2020 mentored by Ms. Aditi Gajurel, Associate ML Engineer at Fusemachines.

From this webinar I got to know about many unknown terminology related to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and also clarified my many misconceptions related to these topics. Ms. Aditi Gajurel started this session by some basic questions like What AI is, Why we need AI, Where we can use AI and How AI is going to change the world. Also while going through these questions she asked us what we think about these questions, which made this session more interactive. She also cleared the doubts of many students in between the session.

Overall, this session was very informative. This session made me to realize that automation is going to be new electricity which is going to revolutionize the advanced world. Finally, I would like to express my gratitude towards Ms. Aditi Gajurel to give us her time and also I would like to thank ACHS college for organizing such a wonderful webinar.

Saurab Tharu, CSIT 1st semester.


Our college has been doing webinars on every Sunday and Wednesday on different topics. This Sunday, we had two days’ session on June 5th and 6th on ‘Getting hands-on with R‘ by Mr. Binot Jung Bogati

He is an alumnus of our college who is a data scientist and data miner. The session was informative for ACHS’s students as well as for attendees from outside the college. In these two days, we learnt the basics of R of programming and its uses, data loading, packages installing and importing and data visualizing. We started this session from very basic, like the use of R studio to data loading and visualizing.

I learned that R is a programming language and free software environment for statistical computing and graphics which is widely used among statisticians and data miners for developing statistical software and data analysis. In addition to this, he also explained the debugging in R studio, build-in function in R language, and also gave resource material to learn more about the R programming

This session was very fruitful for a student like me who didn’t have any knowledge of R programming and R studio. I would like to thank our mentor Mr. Binot Jung Bogati for your precious time, giving the resources and insight on R and our collage management team for creating such a teaching and learning environment and making this time productive. Looking forward to more such webinars

Lhakpa Dolma Sherpa, BCA 3rd Semester.


Coming to the webinar with no prior knowledge of R, I did not feel pressured as the pace of the session was to my preference. I appreciate the resources Mr. Binod Jung Bogati, the resource person had prepared for us so that we could follow along.

I cannot say that I have developed complete knowledge of R in the 4+ hours, that would undermine R. But I can say for sure that I have developed a good foundation in these 2 sessions. These sessions were definitely resourceful.

Momik Shrestha, BCA 3rd Semester.


Our college, Asian College of Higher Studies has been organizing webinars for the past few weeks . The webinar  on  ‘Working with Git and Github’ by  Mr. Diwash Shrestha conducted on May 30 ,2020 was fruitful. This event has helped to know about working of Git.

In this session, Mr Diwash Shrestha gave a explanation on each of the terminology  that are involved in Git like cloning, branch, pull request, merge. He also explained about the important commands that are involved in running a Git.

I was pleased to know about how Git plays an important role for the software developers. While working in a project, teamwork is done with the help of Git. Git is a Distributed model means your work is your own. You can let others see only what is necessary. Not everything has to be public.

At the end Mr Shrestha assigned some task. Overall it was a interactive session. I am grateful and proud to be a member of ACHS family and would like to thank our management team for organizing such  a session in this difficult times. In future, I aim to participate in these sort of educational events and encourage my college to organize more creative programs in future.

Kritam Dangol , CSIT 7th Semester.


This webinar was really helpful to me in many ways. It showed me the way to work efficiently with my friends on different aspects of a project. Unlike different Youtube videos, which at some point show language as an obstacle to education, it was simple to understand.

It might have been because of the similarity he faced in our phase in past. He was more open-minded and welcoming towards questions regarding the topic. This made the class more interactive and operative, is what I think at least for me. The fundamentals of anything should always be strong for further progress and this webinar did the same for me as it helped me to grasp the basic of GIT and GITHUB. It will assist me greatly in future. I hope it is same for other too.

Smaran Sapkota, CSIT 1st Semester.


The webinar on “Myths and Realities of Digital Marketing” by Mr. Ullekh Niraula conducted on May 24,2020 organized by Asian College of Higher Studies has helped to know about the digital world and the common misunderstanding that arises on digital marketing.

We have heard about term digital marketing in our daily life and limited it to Facebook boosting or marketing from the social media but that is not all about it. Digital marketing such as Search Engine Optimization (SEO), content marketing, influencer marketing, social media marketing and optimization, e-mail marketing, displays various kind of advertisement, games which are common in our daily life and we prefer to use. It’s main idea is to capture the targeted customer through the WhatsApp and Facebook and the increasing use of social media is creating new opportunities for digital marketers to attract the customer through digital platform. It is cost effective and have commercial impact in business.

In this session which was provided by Mr. Ullekh Niraula who showed complete demonstration of all the technicalities used in digital marketing was very fruitful to the one pursuing the career and also to those who wants to have basic idea and do some things themselves without the need of the others. Since Mr. Niraula avoided the theoretical concept and showed up practical demonstration the session was very much intriguing.

He gave us brief idea on how we can use the services and prerequisites
for doing such task which cleared all our false concepts about digital marketing which we have been building up till now. So, I found this webinar to be the most fruitful to every student as everything was described in such a fascinating and easy manner so that every
one could understand it very simply.

Lastly, I would like to express my gratitude to Asian college of Higher Studies for organizing such events and taking time to search the right person suitable for presenting of the topics amidst the problem that is currently occurring worldwide. Again, with deep gratitude I want to thank Mr. Ullekh Niraula for providing information in such clear manner and removing ambiguity about the digital marketing.

Yours sincerely,
Sagar Dulal, CSIT 7th Semester.


On 24th May, 2020 the webinar was conducted by Asian Collage of Higher Studies on “Myths & Realities of Digital Marketing “ which was mentored by Mr. Ullekh Niraula, the CEO of Digital Gurkha. Extremely informative seminar that will undoubtedly influence my manuscript writing from now on. In this session, the resource person Mr.Ullekh Niraula introduced us about what digital marketing is. According to him, digital marketing is the component of marketing that utilizes internet and online based digital technologies such as desktop computers, mobile phones and other digital media to promote products and services.

Similarly he also made us clear about how it works. According to him, Digital marketing uses various strategies to reach one key goal through different routes. Similarly, all digital marketing strategies work together to generate traffic, create awareness and transform leads into loyal customers for the business. Furthermore, he also explained us about benefits and types of digital marketing. As per him, I came to know that digital marketing helps to target our ideal buyers. It also helps us to connect with mobile customers. Also a properly planned  and well targeted digital marketing campaign can reach the right customers at a much lower cost than traditional marketing methods.

Also, he mentioned the types of digital marketing such as Search engine optimization, Email marketing, Online Marketing, Smartphone Marketing. He also cleared the doubts of students in Q/A part of the session . Attending this webinar was really beneficial.

Lastly I would like to express my gratitude to collage administration for organizing such an amazing  webinar  which could help every student in future who attended the webinar. Similarly, I would like to thank Mr. Ullekh Niraula for providing us information about myths and realities of digital marketing. Hope to see more webinars in future.

With regards, 
Hemraj Deep Budhathoki, CSIT 3rd semester.


Overall the webinar was good. His way to truthfully present the world of digital marketing gave some useful insights on what digital marketing is? And how it works? For some people like me who are very new to this topic it was quite fascinating to see how digital marketing works in real time, how feasible it can be for Nepali market.

The take away for me form the webinar was digital marketing is just another form of marketing with the help of different platform. We still require marketing skill which relates to management and knowledge of management is also important though we are students of science.

Complying with he said I also think it is an easy to get subject also going through his sentences I can now put digital marketing in my “seek to” list for career in Nepal.

Sumit Gupta, CSIt 1st Semester.

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