Apollo Int'l College , Lakhechaur Marg, New Baneshwor
Apollo Int'l College , Lakhechaur Marg, New Baneshwor

Admission Procedure

Entry Requirement And Admission Procedure

Bachelor of Business Administration


The entry requirement for a new student in BBA will be Intermediate or Higher Secondary level (10+2) or Proficiency Certificate Level (PCL), or equivalent as recognized by Pokhara University. In addition, the student must pass the entrance test conducted by the concerned college.

Documents Required

The applicant is required to submit the following documents with the application form made available by the college by paying a predetermined fee:
• Completed and signed BBA application form
• Official transcripts from the academic institutions previously attended.
Certificates of all degrees should be photocopied and submitted with proper attestation. Enrollment is conditional upon completion of all admission formalities including payment of all fees as determined by the college. Incomplete applications shall not be processed.

Admission Procedure

A notice inviting applications for admission is publicly announced. Application forms and information brochures are provided, on request, after the payment of the prescribed fee.The eligible candidates are informed to take the entrance test. The date and time for the entrance test are informed to the applicants by the colleges. The college may also interview the candidates for the final selection for admission.
The candidates who are given provisional admission under special conditions arc required to submit all necessary documents within a month after their regular classes begin. A student who fails to do so will have his/her admission cancelled.

Academic Schedule and Course Registration

An academic session consists of two semesters. The Fall Semester starts in September and the Spring Semester starts in March. Students are normally admitted to the program in the fall Semester.Students are required to register the courses by themselves from the concerned college at the beginning of each semester. Registration in absence may be allowed only in rare cases at the discretion of the principal. In normal cases, a student’s nominee will not be allowed for course registration of the concerned student, but he/she may complete other formalities.

Attendance Requirements

A student must attend every lecture, tutorial, seminar and practical class. However, to accommodate for late registration, sickness and other contingencies, the attendance requirements will be a minimum of 80% of the classes actually held. If a student is absent in the class for more than four weeks without the permission of the concerned authority, his/her name will be removed from the college roll.

Evaluation System

A student’s academic performance in a course is evaluated in two phases:
• Internally by the concerned faculty member through quizzes, tutorials, lab works, home assignments, class tests, class participation, term papers, formal internal examination etc.
• Externally by the Office of the Controller of Examinations through semester-end examinations.

A fifty percent weight is given to each internal and external evaluation (semester-end examination). A student is required to pass the internal and external evaluations independently. The final grade awarded on the basis of his/her consolidated performance in both internal and external evaluations. A student will get NOT QUALIFIED (NQ) status in the internal evaluation if his/her performance falls below the minimum requirement. Such students will not be allowed to appear in the semester-end examination of that particular course.

Grading System & Other Details
Grade Grade Point Description
A 4.0 Excellent
A- 3.7 Very Good
B+ 3.3 Good
B- 3.0 Good
B 2.7 Good
C+ 2.3 Satisfactory
C- 2.0 Satisfactory
C 1.7 Work Hard
D+ 1.3 Work Hard
D 1.0 Minimum Requirement
F 0 Fail


In some rare and unusual circumstances, if a student is unable to complete all the required works for the course, he/she may be temporarily marked with an incomplete grade “I”. If all the required works are not completed within the following semester, the letter “I” will be automatically converted into “F”. The performance of a student is evaluated in terms of the following two indices:

The semester grade point average (SGPA) which is the grade point average for the semester and is given by:

SGPA = Total honor points earned in a semester/ total number of credit hours taken in a semester.
• The cumulative grade point average (CGPA) which is the grade point average for all completed semester and is given by:

CGPA =:: Cumulative total honor points earned/ cumulative total number of credit hours taken.


Repeating a Course

A course may be taken only once for grade. Since passing of all courses individually is a degree requirement, the student must retake the failing course when offered and must successfully complete the course. A student will be allowed to retake maximum of two courses to achieve a minimum CGPA of 2.0. The grade earned on the retake examination will substitute the earlier grade earned by the student in that course. A student can retake a course only when it is offered by the college/University.

Credit Transfer and Withdrawl

Up to 25% of the total credit hours of the courses completed in an equivalent program of a recognized institution may be transferred! waived for credit on the recommendation of the principal of the college. For the credit transfer, a student must receive a “8” or above grade in
respective course. Courses taken earlier than five years from the time of transfer may not be
accepted for the credit transfer. However, a student transferring from one program to another
program of Pokhara University may receive a credit transfer of all the compatible courses
completed with at least a “C” grade.

Project Work

Students are required to do an independent capstone project that involves fieldwork and its
empirical analysis. At the end, the students must prepare a report of this work in the prescribed
format and submit it to the authorized person/body. The objective of these project works is to
develop students’ skills in research, particularly in areas of data collection, processing, analysis,
and report writing. These reports will be evaluated by the concerned authority.


Students need to do an internship as approved by the college. The purpose of internship is to
provide students with the real-life, on-the-job exposure and an opportunity to apply theoretical
concepts in real-life situation. Students’ interest and intended area of concentration are taken into
account while making the internship placement decisions.

Unfair Means

Students are strictly forbidden from adopting any unfair means in class assignments, tests, report-writing and final examination.The following would be considered as adoption of unfair means during examination:
• Communication with fellow students for help.
• Copying from another student’s script/report/paper.
• Copying from disk, palm of hand, mobile phone, or other incriminating documents.
• Processing from any incriminating documents, whether used or not.
• Any direct or indirect approach to influence teacher for the grade.
• Unruly behavior which disrupts academic program.
If the instructor detects a student using unfair means, the student may be given an ‘F’ at the
discretion of the Examination Board.

Dismissal from the Program

A student must obtain 2.0 CGPA at the undergraduate level. If his/her performance in the past
semesters does not show the possibility of maintaining this CGPA, he/she may be dismissed
from the program.

Degree Requirement

• earn at least a ‘D’ grade in each course as specified in the grading system section,
• complete the internship with ‘Pass’ grade,
• complete all the courses, project work and internship as specified in the curricular structure, section within the maximum time period mentioned in the duration of study section,
• maintain at least 2 CGP A.

Distinction and Dean's List

A student who obtains 3.6 CGPA or above will receive the BBA degree with distinction. The
Dean’s list recognizes outstanding academic performances in the FMS. To qualify, a student
must have 3.7 CGPA or above.


The courses offered in this area are basically of non-business nature. These are offered to widen
the knowledge base of students in social and development issues. A college can also develop
and offer any other non-business elective courses with the prior approval of the Subject
Committee and the Dean.