• Start date


  • Duration

    2 Year

    Full Time

  • Classification

    Hotel Management


  • Accerediation code

  • Places available

    ACHS College


About Management

+2 in management course is designed to develop a strong foundation on management studies. Students learn to become competent, confident and academically sound in their area of study and will therefore have the benefit of deciding, at the end of course, what aspects of business management studies would interest them at under graduate programs. The faculty offers courses designed to deliver both theoretical foundation and practical knowledge in Business Management, Business Administration, Hotel Management, Travel and Tourism Management.

Program Highlights:

  • This is very multidisciplinary course, with the opportunity to undertake exciting extra courses other than ones in CSIT syllabus. Student studying this course will gain highly sought-after skills in computer programming, database development, networking, website development and computer security.
  • Practical hands-on experiments is th emost important requirement in any IT courses, for the purpose we have well equipped modern labs which will be used to illustrate how the theoretical concepts learned on class applies to the real context and the challenges it brings. These are vital skills for gaining entry into organizations, which demands confident and technically equipped IT graduates.
  • Opportunity to employ the knowledge learnt in the classroom to real world scenarios via extracurricular framework boosting leadership, motivation, and self-satisfaction.
  • Gain industry experience through co-operative placement internships every year.

Course Detail

  • Year 1

    • Compulsory English
    • Compulsory Nepali
    • Mathematics / Social Studies and Life Skills
    • Accountancy
    • Economics

    Optional Subject
    • Business Studies
    • Computer
    • Business Mathematics
    • Hotel Management

  • Year 2

  • List of Electives

Teaching and Learning
At ACHS we aim to provide a unique experience. Studying Computer Science with us will give you the chance to follow your academic curiosity and explore this fascinating subject.

A significant amount of students work will be project-based team work, tackling real problems. Students will see how computer science is directly applicable to solving problems, across a broad range of areas.

The emphasis throughout is on independent learning, supported by hands-on practical experience and regular meetings in small groups with personal tutors. Students receive practical help and support from experienced lecturers and industry experts adding further to their learning and stimulating interest. This approach is supported by conventional/guest lectures, practical/tutorials, trainings and comprehensive on-line learning resources.

Coursework and assessment
Unseen examinations account for about 20-40% of the assessment. These assess student’s abilities in the selection and application of knowledge, problem solving, and the design and evaluation of software prototypes.

Other assessment is mainly through laboratory-based coursework that provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of computer science by tackling specific problems on a more realistic scale, both individually and in groups.
The remaining assessment is through reports and presentations, where, in particular, student demonstrates the transferable skills they have acquired. Some courses in second and final year the non-examination assessment is mainly made up of the practical project.

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements for this course are normally:

  • Students must have completed SEE or equivalent with a minimum GPA 1.6. He/She should have minimum D+ in English, Nepali, Social Studies and EPH.
  • Student must have minimum GPA of 1.6. He/She should have minimum D+ in English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. For Hotel Management Student must have minimum GPA of 1.6 with minimum D+ in English, Nepali, Mathematics and Social Studies


Our Cooperative Placement Programme is designed to allow students to expand and refine the skills they have learned throughout studies so far. Employers involved in the Programme fully support students’ development, assess their progress and aim to provide a constructive learning environment to share fresh ideas and further develop computational knowledge.

Our Placement Unit will be on hand to support you in finding suitable placement opportunities. They will assist you in preparing your CV and with interview techniques. They’ll also be in contact with you during your placement so that you’ll be fully supported while you gain the experience that employers value so highly.

In the world of computing, qualified graduates with the appropriate skills and aptitude are high in demand. Our graduates are qualified to pursue the following positions:

  • System Analysts
  • Software Engineers
  • Database Developers
  • Database Administrators
  • Network Administrators
  • Web Developers
  • Computer Games Developers
  • IT Consultants
  • Artificial Intelligence Specialists
  • IT Support Engineer


Fixed Fee & Finance


The full-time undergraduate tuition fee for 21/22 entry will be    with different scholarship schemes. 

Important Information

The course is programmed to foster key skills such as

The course is programmed to foster key skills such as analysis and design, programming, software building, maintenance of new developments, database administration, and system administration. This course covers all the requirements of a BSc CSIT degree in Nepal, as well as internationally.

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