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Business Studies (628)

Introduction

This course is an extension of Business Studies of Grade XI. The course emphasizes on the adequate orientation of the study of management. The main thrust of this course is to strengthen the fundamental knowledge acquired by the students at Grade XI and provides in-depth understanding of management functions related to business. In addition, the course also aims to equip the students with suitable tools and techniques of management to carry out management functions successfully that ensure the sustainability and growth of business. Besides, the course also imparts required knowledge on general insurance business along with major emerging management concepts. This is a theoretical course which consists of fourteen units.

Name List of Faculties 

List of Prescribed Books

List of Reference Books

  1. Koontz, Harold and Weihrich, Heinz (2007), Essentials of Management, New Delhi: Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.
  2. K.C., Fatta Bahadur (2007), Principles of Business Studies, Kathmandu: Sukunda Pustak Bhawan.
  3. Shrestha, Bisheswor Man (2007), Business Organization and Office Management, Kathmandu: Global Education Bhotahity.
  4. Rao, V.S.P. and Narayan, P.S. (2005), Principles and Practice of Management, Delhi: Konark Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
  5. Agrawal, GR (2007), Business Organization and Office Management, Kathmandu: M.K. Publishers and Distributors.
  6. Pokharel, Dhruba R., et.al. (2007), Business Organization and Office Management, Kathmandu: Asmita Publication.

 

Evaluation Scheme

Students' performance will be evaluated on the basis of following structure of questions to be administered in the examination.

         
Nature of Questions (Group) Total Questions to be asked Required number of Questions to be attempted Weightage Total Marks
A. Short Answer 10 (Ten) 8 (Eight) 8 for each 64
B. Long Answer 3 (Three) 2 (Two) 18 for each 36
      Total Marks 100

 

NEB Syllabus

For Each Session

Assignments

  • Dashain Assignment

  • 5 Set Model Questions

Past Terminal Exams / Unit Test Questions

Toppers' Answersheets 

NEB's Past Questions

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Model Grid

"Terminal Exam" Model Question Papers

"Unit Test" Model  Question Papers