TU BBS first Year all subject syllabus

TU BBS first Year all subject syllabus
TU BBS first Year all subject syllabus

Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) is a four-year course with report writing in the fourth year. TU BBS first Year all subject syllabus.

 There are 5 subjects in BBS first year. They are Business English, Business Statistics, Microeconomics, Fundamental of Accounting & Analysis, and Principle of Management.  All five subjects are compulsory. 

Following are the BBS first-year subject and their respective Subject Code.

Subject CodeSubjectTeaching Hour
MGT 201Business English150
MGT 202Business Statistics150
MGT 207Microeconomics150
MGT 211Financial Accounting and Analysis150
MGT 213Principle of Management150

TU BBS first Year all subject syllabus

Following is the detailed course content of the different subject

Business English

Code: MGT 201

Lecture Hour: 150

Full Marks: 100

Pass Mark: 35

Course Content

Following is the course of content

Unit 1: Interdisciplinary Approach to learning English ( 15 Marks )

Following are the unit One content

  1. Invitation
  2. Ancient Tales
  3. Education
  4. Actions and Consequences
  5. Television
  6. Crosscultural Bridge
  7. Cultural Anthropology
  8. The Human Condition
  9. Natural Science
  10. Humor and Satire
  11. Critical and Creative Thinking
  12. Love
  13. Life and Death

Unit 2: Functional English Language Texts ( 15 Marks )

  1. Paragraph to short Essay
  2. Descriptive Essays
  3. Narrative Essay
  4. Opinion Essay
  5. Comparison and Contrast Essay
  6. Cause and Effect Essay

Unit 3: Reading for Writing ( 40 Marks )

Following is the Unit 3 content.

  1. Introduction to the Topic, Reading, and Discussion
  2. Personal Written Response
  3. Further Reading, Writing, and Discussion.
  4. Focus on Writing Skills
  5. Formal writing skills
  6. Grammar and Punctuation

Unit 4: Style ( 15 Marks )

  1. Choosing
  2. Following and flouting conventions
  3. Live and dead metaphors
  4. Patterns of words in a text
  5. Patterns of grammar in a text
  6. The textual orchestration of patterns
  7. The effects of the medium
  8. Sequences of Word and events.
  9. The selection of significant detail.
  10. Personal attitude, involvement, and emotion.
  11. Style and ideology.
  12. A note on the poetic.
  13. Suggestions for projects.

Business Statistics

Subject Code: MGT 202

Lecture Hours: 150

Full Mark: 100

Pass Marks:

Following is the course of Content

  • Introduction to statistics
  • Classification and presentation of Data
  • Measure of Central tendency
  • Measure of Dispersion
  • Skewness, Kurtosis, and Moments
  • Simple Correlation and Regression Analysis
  • Analysis of Time Series
  • Index Number
  • Probability
  • Sampling and Estimation
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Determinant
  • Matrix


Subject Code: 207

Lecture Hours: 150

Pass Mark: 100

Pass Mark: 35

Following is the content of Microeconomics

  • Introduction
  • Theory of Demand and Supply and Equilibrium Price
  • The elasticity of demand and supply
  • Theory of Consumer Behavior
  • Theory of production
  • Cost and Revenue Curves
  • Theory of Product Pricing
  • Theory of Factor Pricing

Financial Accounting and Analysis

Subject Code: MGT 211

Lecture Hour: 150 hours

Full Marks: 100

Pass Mark: 35

Following is the course of content

  • Company: Conceptual and theoretical foundation
  • Financial Statement of the Company
  • Analysis of Financial Statement of a Company
  • Company growth, Merger, combination, and Liquidation
  • Depreciation and its effect on the financial statement of a company
  • Price Level change
  • Long-term Planning – Capital Budgeting

Principle of Management

Subject Code: MGT 213

Lecture Hours: 150

Full Marks: 100

Pass Mark: 35

Following is the course of content

  • The Nature of the organization
  • Introduction to Management
  • Management: History and Current Thinking
  • EnvironmentalContext of Management
  • Planning and Making the decision
  • Fundamentals of Organizing
  • Leadership and Motivation
  • Fundamental of influencing ad communication
  • Control and Quality Management
  • Managing in the Global Arena
  • Management trends and Scenarios in Nepal.

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Principle of Management Notes: CLICK HERE

Microeconomics Notes: CLICK HERE

Accounts Notes: CLICK HERE