Education is the most powerful weapon Dear beloved students, Hearty and warm welcome to. VS Niketan, V.S. NIKETAN one of the pioneer institutions in Nepal, aims imparting need responsive quality education for current and further generation of students. VS Niketan prides itself on being an education center of excellence by preparing students for the challenges ahead with programmes and counseling that are both relevant and progressive. Moreover, it fully supports the principles of social, mora... See More

Dr.Babin Pokhrel
Founder Director

Kathmandu, Metropolitan City, Minbhanwan, Kathmandu Thapathali, Kathmandu

+977-1-4111899 +977-1-4111602, +977-1-4106576

https://vsniketan.edu.np/

About College

Inspired By Excellence & Innovation Established in 2038 and directed by academician Dr. B.R. Pokharel, VSN has received a national reputation for high quality education in different streams. Its graduates occupy admirable positions in medi­cine, engineering, banking and administration here as well as abroad. VSN is renowned for career-oriented programmes, personal education­al resources and top quality teaching faculties. It offers all the challeng­ing disciplines for higher education to its prospective students. VSN is leading and biggest institution in the country. It has maintained high educational reputation and offered the facilities to widen the horizons as well as to support the ambitions of the students.

Our Courses

Faculty Management
Course Bachelor of Business Management (BBM)
Course Duration 4 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description
Syllabus

Semester I: 15 Credit Hours
1. ECO 211: Introductory Microeconomics
2. ENG 211: English I
3. MGT 201: Principles of Management
4. MTH 211: Business Mathematics I
5. SOC 201: Sociology for Business

Semester II: 15 Credit Hours
1. ACC 201: Financial Accounting
2. ECO 212: Introductory Macroeconomics
3. ENG 212: English II
4. MTH 212: Business Mathematics II
5. PSY 201: Psychology

Semester III: 15 Credit Hours

1. ACC 211: Computer Based Financial Accounting
2. ENG 213: Business Communications
3. FIN 211: Basic Finance
4. SOC 202: Nepalese Society and Politics
5. STT 211: Business Statistics

Semester IV: 15 Credit Hours
1. ACC 212: Accounting for Decision Making
2. FIN 212: Financial Management
3. MGT 202: Human Resource Management
4. MKT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing
5. RCH 201: Business Research Methods

Semester V: 15 Credit Hours
1. ACC 213: Corporate Taxation in Nepal
2. Focus Area Course I
3. MGT 203: Organizational Behavior
4. MGT 205: Operations Management
5. MGT 214: Legal Environment of Business

Semester VI: 15 Credit Hours
1. Focus Area Course II
2. IT 212: Database Management
3. MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal
4. MGT 207: International Business
5. MGT 209: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

Semester VII: 15 Credit Hours
1. Elective Course I
2. Focus Area Course III
3. Focus Area Course IV
4. IT 211: E-commerce
5. MGT 208: Business Strategy

Semester VIII: 15 Credit Hours
1. Elective Course II
2. Elective Course III
3. Focus Area Course V
4. Project Report Writing or Internship

Semester I: 15 Credit Hours
1. ECO 211: Introductory Microeconomics
2. ENG 211: English I
3. MGT 201: Principles of Management
4. MTH 211: Business Mathematics I
5. SOC 201: Sociology for Business

Semester II: 15 Credit Hours
1. ACC 201: Financial Accounting
2. ECO 212: Introductory Macroeconomics
3. ENG 212: English II
4. MTH 212: Business Mathematics II
5. PSY 201: Psychology

Semester III: 15 Credit Hours

1. ACC 211: Computer Based Financial Accounting
2. ENG 213: Business Communications
3. FIN 211: Basic Finance
4. SOC 202: Nepalese Society and Politics
5. STT 211: Business Statistics

Semester IV: 15 Credit Hours
1. ACC 212: Accounting for Decision Making
2. FIN 212: Financial Management
3. MGT 202: Human Resource Management
4. MKT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing
5. RCH 201: Business Research Methods

Semester V: 15 Credit Hours
1. ACC 213: Corporate Taxation in Nepal
2. Focus Area Course I
3. MGT 203: Organizational Behavior
4. MGT 205: Operations Management
5. MGT 214: Legal Environment of Business

Semester VI: 15 Credit Hours
1. Focus Area Course II
2. IT 212: Database Management
3. MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal
4. MGT 207: International Business
5. MGT 209: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

Semester VII: 15 Credit Hours
1. Elective Course I
2. Focus Area Course III
3. Focus Area Course IV
4. IT 211: E-commerce
5. MGT 208: Business Strategy

Semester VIII: 15 Credit Hours
1. Elective Course II
2. Elective Course III
3. Focus Area Course V
4. Project Report Writing or Internship

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Faculty Humanities
Course Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA)
Course Duration 1 Year
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description

Bachelor of Arts in Computer Application (BCA) is a semester based course (eight semesters) intended to produce high quality computer application users and developers. After the completion of the course, BCA graduates can apply for various posts like system analysts, system managers, project managers, database administrators, system designers and programmers. Furthermore, they are also eligible to study in any faculties which come under the Management and Information Technology such as MCA, MIT, EMBA, and MBA.

Eligibility
i. Minimum D+ grade in each subject of grade 11 and 12 with CGPA 2.0 or more
ii. Minimum score of second division marks in 10+2, PCL or equivalent in any discipline
iii. They must appear and pass in BCA entrance exam conducted by Tribhuvan University.

Syllabus
Courses Credit Hours
Computer Application (Core Courses) 71 (4*2+ 3*21)
Elective Courses 12 (3+3+3+3)
Mathematics and Statistics Courses 9 ( 3+3+3)
Language Courses 6 (3+3)
Social Sciences and Management Courses 15 (3+3+3+3+3)
Project & Internships 13 (2+2+6+3)

 

First Semester

 

SN Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
1 CACS101 Computer Fundamentals & Applications 4
2 CASO102 Society & Technology 3
3 CAEN103 English I 3
4 CAMT104 Mathematics I 3
5 CACS105 Digital Logic 3

 

Second Semester

 

SN Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
1 CACS151 C Programming 4
2 CAAC152 Financial Accounting 3
3 CAAC153 English II 3
4 CAAC154 Mathematics II 3
5 CAAC155 Microprocessor and Computer Architecture 3

 

Third Semester

 

SN Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
1 CACS201 Data Structures &Algorithms 3
2 CACS202 Probability and Statistics 3
3 CACS203 System Analysis and Design 3
4 CACS204 OOP in Java 3
5 CACS205 Web Technology 3

 

Fourth Semester

 

SN Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
1 CACS251 Operating System 3
2 CACS252 Numerical Methods 3
3 CACS253 Software Engineering 3
4 CACS254 Scripting Language 3
5 CACS255 Database Management System 3
6 CACS256 Project I 2

 

Fifth Semester

 

SN Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
1 CACS301 MIS and e-Business 3
2 CACS302 DotNet Technology 3
3 CACS303 Computer Networking 3
4 CACS304 Introduction to Management 3
5 CACS305 Computer Graphics and Animation 3

 

Sixth Semester

 

SN Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
1 CACS351 Mobile Programming 3
2 CACS352 Distributed System 3
3 CACS353 Applied Economics 3
4 CACS354 Advanced Java Programming 3
5 CACS355 Network Programming 3
6 CACS356 Project II 2

 

Seventh Semester

 

SN Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
1 CACS401 Professional Ethics 3
2 CACS402 Cloud Computing 3
3 CACS403 Internships 3
4   Elective I 3
5   Elective II 3

 

Eighth Semester

SN Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
1 CAOR451 Operations Research 3
2 CAPJ452 Project III 6
3   Elective III 3
4   Elective IV 2
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Faculty Management
Course Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Course Duration 2 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description
Syllabus
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Faculty Humanities
Course Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
Course Duration 4 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description

Under the faculty of humanities and social sciences of Tribhuvan University (TU), Bachelor of Arts in Social Work is a four year academic program renewed with new curriculum. The main of aim of this course is to generate generalist social workers to address and solve social problems of Nepal. In this course, students will be learning basic theories, principles and methods of social work through intensive field-work. After graduation, some of the job prospects for the students are government organizations, I/NGOs, research institutions and consultancies, news agencies and so on.

Eligibility
i. Students seeking admission in Social Work must have secured at least D+ in all subjects in Grade 11 and Grade 12.
ii. Passed + 2 or Intermediate or PCL from TU or from any other institution recognized by TU with a minimum of 45% marks.

Syllabus

First Year

 

Social Work Rural Development
SW 421 Introduction to Social Work RDS 421 Theories of Development
SW 422 Basic Sociology for Social Work RDS 422 Basic Research Methods

 

Second Year

 

Social Work Rural Development
SW 423 Basic Psychology for Social Work RDS 423 Economics and Development
SW 424A Social Case Work Practice RES 424 Society and Development

SW 424B Social Work Practice with Groups

Third Year

 

Social Work Rural Development
SW 425 Social Issues and Leadership Development RDS 425 Governance and Development (Elective Paper)
SW 410 Social Issues and Leadership Development RDS 410 Development Practices
SW 424B Social Work Practice with Groups RDS 411 Entrepreneurship

 

Fourth Year

 

Social Work Rural Development
SW 426 Theoretical Ideologies of Social Work

RDS 426 Environment and Development

 

SW 427 Social Problem, Identifications and Interventions RDS 427 Planning and Project Management
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Our FAQ

Located at ........... near ......., our College is served by regular & quick public transport – buses, micro-vans, and tempos.

Science
Management
Humanities
 

Admission is given on the basis of an Entrance Examination which is mandatory, comprehensive, and has to be cleared or on the basis of SEE grades. A personal interview closely conducted by the College Management is compulsory for all students accompanied by their parents.

Yes, our college offers varied scholarships to students on a need-cum-merit basis.

Some of our co-curricular activities include debating, elocution, essay writing, painting, drama, project, and excursions.

Our Library is full of text-books, reference books/encyclopedias, and journals/ newspapers/magazines to keep the students well-informed. We have transportation facility as well.

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