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    Binay Karki

    Hello, can anyone tell me everything about the new semester system which is implemented in MBS from last year by Tribhuwan University? how the answers are evaluated? is there 1st division, 2nd division , distinction system as in percentage basis. Please make me clear


    Soni Rajlawat

    There are no changes so far….


    Binod Gurung

    Can someone please explain how many semester are there in MBS. Is it 4 semester or
    Is it possible to join second semester in after passing first semester from another campus or uni?

    thanks in advance


    ammi sainju

    Semester system of MBS will be will given priority or not as MBA… which will be the best MBS or MBA in present context…


    Suju Bhattarai

    Tribhuvan University has implement semester system in MBS program. it is a two-year program consisting of four semesters and 63 credit hours. the program comprises of three different course components (1) Core Courses (2) Specialization Courses (3) Thesis Writing. The program focuses on equipping students with conceptual knowledge if business and management and familiarize the business environment. it intends to enhance individual’s entrepreneurial skills to enhance entrepreneurial skills and encourage them to conduct real research.
    students will be evaluated on two components: in-semester evaluation and semester end examination.
    In-Semesters examination: Evaluation will be based on the student’s performance in case analysis, presentations, assignment, term paper etc. In-semester evaluation carries a weight of 40% in each subject.
    Students need to fulfill the following criteria in order to attain the final examination
    – Should have 80% attendance
    – Obtain 40% Marks in internal examination
    In the fourth semester, students need to do the original research and write the thesis on the basis of the research.

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