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BBA Subjects – Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) | BBA in Nepal

BBA Subjects

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a degree awarded by colleges and universities upon completion of undergraduate study in business management fundamentals and must include advanced courses in accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, strategic management, supply chain management, and other subjects related to business management.

BBA students are prepared to handle managerial positions in business and public administration in order to start a career in these fields.. It will provide them with the necessary knowledge and skills to take on responsible positions in domestic and global business organizations with modern impersonal skills and technical knowledge of current global business trends. By combining the study of social sciences and humanities with the study of business and management, the program provides students with a better understanding of the world, society, business, and life. Designed specifically for starting or advancing a career in management, the curriculum consists of four targeted learning competencies.

This degree will give a broad understanding of the functional parts of a company and their interconnections, while also allowing specialization in a particular area. The BBA curriculum exposes students to a variety of “core subjects” and generally allows them to specialize. This degree also equips students with practical, managerial, and communication skills, as well as decision-making abilities. The curriculum of many programs includes training and practical experience, such as case studies, presentations, internships, and visits to industrial sites.

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Legal Aspects of Business and Technology – Syllabus BBA 6th Semester | Pokhara University

Legal Aspects of Business and Technology Syllabus BBA 6th Semester

Legal Aspects of Business and Technology Syllabus BBA 6th Semester

Course Title:Legal Aspects of Business and Technology
Course code: LAW 291
Credit hours: 3

Course objectives
This course provides an introduction to Nepalese law, with a particular emphasis on those aspects of the law that impact most upon business and technology. It is designed for students with no legal background and serves as an introduction to legal concepts. An important aim of this course is to place business and technology in their proper and prominent legal context. The intention of this course is to prepare students to be successful both personally and professionally in an information-based society.

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Introductory Macroeconomics – Old Question Paper 2014 Spring | Pokhara University

Introductory Macroeconomics Old Question Paper 2014 Spring

Introductory Macroeconomics Old Question Paper 2014 Spring

1. a. “The various issues of macroeconomics are always concerned with economic expansion and contraction.” Explain. [7]
b. Draw the circular flow of income and expenditure in four sector economy. [8]

2. a. What is disposable income? How the national income be measured by income method? [7]
b. The table presents the price of a unit of aggregate output for year 2013 and 2014. Calculate Nominal GDP and Real GDP for year 2014. [8]

Items Output 2013

(Metric Tonnes)

Price 2013


Output 2013

(Metric Tonnes

Price 2014


Rice 2000 40 4000 50
Wheat 5000 25 6000 30

3. a. Explain briefly the classical theory of income and employment. [7]
b. Explain the various determinants of consumption. Suggest to raise marginal propensity to consume. [8]
4. a. Using IS-LM model explain the equilibrium interest rate and income under the following circumstances.
i. The Central Bank decreases money supply. [3]
ii. The Government increases taxes. [3]

b. Behavioural and Structural equations of an economy are given below:
I=50, G=50, X=10, M=5+0.1 Y , b=0.8 and t=0.25.
where I, G, x, M, b and t have their usual meanings.
i. Find the equilibrium level of national income. [3]
ii. Find the foreign trade multiplier. [3]
iii. Find the equilibrium value of import. [3]

5. a. What are the leakages in multiplier? Explain. [7]
b. The rate of interest is at a point where the liquidity preference curve equals the supply of money curve”. Explain. [8]
How equilibrium level of national income is determined by the equality of aggregate demand and aggregate supply in a three sector economy? Explain.

6. a. Define monetary policy. Discuss about the objectives of monetary policy in the developing countries like Nepal. [7]
b. “Inflation may seem natural and inevitable to a person, why is inflation a problem and what exactly are the cost that inflation imposes on a society? Explain. [8]

7. Write short notes on any two: [2×5=10]
a. Characteristics of Business Cycle
b. Macroeconomic Equilibrium
c. Effective Demand

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