Monthly Archives March 2014


Curricular Structure of Master of Finance and Control (MFC)

The curricular structure and teaching pedagogy of the MFC focus on practical approach of learning accompanied by the sound theoretical and practical knowledge and skills both so that the successful graduates will be competent enough to continue job at different organizations with high performance.

Students of MFC program are required to complete 30 courses including practicum, graduate research project, and internship (grand total equivalent to 62 credit hours).

To be qualified for the degree, students are required to attend full-time classes in the college with a minimum of 80 percent attendance, must complete all graduate research projects, project works and internship.


Curricular Structure:

First Semester

RES 501-2: Statist...

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Internal Evaluations

The internal evaluation will contain 50% of total weightage. The concerned faculty will be responsible for internal evaluation which will consist of all or any combination of the following:

(a) Written test

(b) Quizzes and oral test

(c) Workshop practices

(d) Assignments

(e) Term paper/essay writing

(f) Project work

(g) Case studies, analysis and discussion

(h) Presentations

(i) Class participation and

(j) Any other test deemed suitable by the concerned faculty member.

b. End-term Examination

The end term examination will comprise of 50%. The end-term examinations shall be conducted by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Management...

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Admission Requirements and Procedure

Eligibility: Anyone having a bachelor degree or equivalent with 15 years of formal education (12 years of schooling and three years of graduation) in any discipline with minimum 45 percent of the aggregate marks or 2.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average in undergraduate level can apply for admission to MFC. Admission to the program is based on academic records, recommendations, scores on entrance test and performance in the personal interview and group discussions. The entrance test may be computer based or manual with essay/case writing and/or individual presentations.

Admission Process: The admission process in the MFC involves submission of complete application form, two letters of recommendations, transcripts of all previous degrees (Bachelor, Certifi...

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The Faculty of Management of Tribhuvan University offers a variety of courses in general, functional and sectorial management areas. The courses are designed according to the need of the country and the international trends in management education.

The mission and objectives of Faculty of Management (FOM) is to contribute to the development of efficient and capable manpower for the business, government, and social sectors. FOM is continuously involved in development and upgrading of its curricula, teaching methods, and examination system. Its programs are designed with greater degree of flexibility that allows the incorporation of the latest development in theory and practice of management...

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Mr. Mahesh Kumar Basnet – Accounts Officer
Mr. Mukunda Pd. Rimal – Assistant Administrator
Mrs. Lalita Aryal – Assistant Administrator
Mr. Shree Krishana Bista – Typist
Mrs. Chumban Gautam – Head Assistant
Miss Rupa Adhikari – Head Assistant
Mrs. Kabita Kumari Upadhyay – Assistant Store
Mrs. Sabitri Thapa – Peon
Mrs. Kalpana kunwar – Peon
Mrs. Laxmi Pode (Deula) – Sweeper
Mr. Gyan Bd Tamanag – Sweeper
Mr. Ram Sewak Paswan – Bagaiche

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