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Dimensions of Teacher Development is a course beyond methodology, and it covers the key concepts of English language teaching as a professional and various dynamics of teacher development. It addresses the fundamentals of teacher development such as beliefs, maxims, and identities. The course also discusses the second language teacher education and makes an attempt to empower the students to operationalize various teacher learning models and approaches. It also enables them to design and deliver training sessions. Thus, the course aims at producing professionally competent English language teachers and trainers.

 General Objectives

The general objectives of this course are as follows:

·         To make students familiar with the basic concepts of English teaching and teacher development;

·         To acquaint them with the fundamentals of teacher development;

·         To help the students link various learning theories with ELT teaching situations;

·         To provide students with the concept and skill in using the various teacher learning models and teachers’ roles;

·         To enable the students design and deliver training sessions.


Dimensions of Teacher Development is a course beyond methodology, and it covers the key concepts of English language teaching as a professional and various dynamics of teacher development. It addresses the fundamentals of teacher development such as beliefs, maxims, and identities. The course also discusses the second language teacher education and makes an attempt to empower the students to operationalize various teacher learning models and approaches. It also enables them to design and deliver training sessions. Thus, the course aims at producing professionally competent English language teachers and trainers.

 General Objectives

The general objectives of this course are as follows:

·         To make students familiar with the basic concepts of English teaching and teacher development;

·         To acquaint them with the fundamentals of teacher development;

·         To help the students link various learning theories with ELT teaching situations;

·         To provide students with the concept and skill in using the various teacher learning models and teachers’ roles;

·         To enable the students design and deliver training sessions.


Critical Readings in English is a course designed to read critically and write creatively. Thematically organized, this course integrates content knowledge with the higher order thinking skills such as logical reasoning, critical appreciation and synthesizing through reading and writing. It is divided into eight different contemporary themes, namely Diversity, Technology and Education; Globalization and Environment; Travel, Sports and Health; Gender and Equality; Motivation and Inspiration, and Wit and Humor.  Each unit draws on the authentic texts from varied sources such as academic, philosophical, travel, literary books, print and electronic media.


This course provides students with the key tools and strategies necessary to conduct academic research in English and write research-based papers after a thorough immersion into the processes from topic selection to library search and finally to drafting that agrees with the requirements of the MLA style-sheet and the standards of research in the discipline of English literature.

šThis course is designed to develop their proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing. It also intends to equip them with knowledge of vocabulary needed for academic purpose. The course includes listening, speaking, reading and writing components.  The listening, speaking and reading components deal with a wide variety of carefully selected materials. They include, among other things, informative passages on contemporary and critical issues. The writing part includes materials geared to developing various writing skills required for effective communication on matters of general and academic interests.

vTo develop skills of social group work process, methods, intervention, group mobilization
vTo help students develop an appreciation for the distinguishing features of social group work
vTo provide knowledge, skills and values essential to direct practice with groups, family and other variety of settings to achieve social justice
Course Description
vTo enhance knowledge and skills of students on group work methods, techniques, tools needed to practice with groups, families, organizations and communities.
vTo enhance understanding of students in social group work theories, principles, approach, communication skills, and group dynamics.
vTo enhance the ability of students to apply the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom for direct social work practice and act according to social work ethics and values in organizational setting.

The course is designed to enhance the basic generalized theoretical knowledge in the perspective of professional casework. The course tries to give a theoretical framework to guide the knowledge, skill and attitude of students. The course is more practical and skill oriented which helps and prepares students to meet the need of different human service organization of Nepal and the world 'as a socr?i- casewof-iibf-in today's era. This course introduces the theoretical concepts, objectives, pu{pose, scope and historical development of social case work. It provides knowledge of components and process, approaches and application of social case work in different settings. Moreover, the course examines the issues related with individual and provides ideas to solve those problems within the field of social casework.

The aim of the course is to help students on 21st Century skills that today’s students need to succeed in their careers during the Information Age. After the learn and practices of Critical thinking, Creativity, Collaboration, Communication, Media literacy, Flexibility, Leadership, cross-culture adaptation skills, the student will be able to develop and deepen their professional and general competences, to use innovative teaching tools and techniques as well as facilitate classroom.


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Course Description for BA SW first year

SW421: Introduction to Social Work (Theory and Practical) 

Teaching hours: 100(TH)+50(PR)=150 

Full Marks: 70(TH)+30(PR)=100 

This paper is about the basic knowledge of social work as its introduction to students. It primarily focused on contents that help to.be generalist social work practitioner. The course develops from the focus of social work as a profession from the very beginriihg'oflts roots. fiis course also deals with the western and eastem philosophy of social work as a profession. These all contents are expected to build up the capacity and the ability of students in the field of indigenous social work practice in the world in general and in Nepali context in particular. 

Course Objective 

l. To introduce students with the basics of social work discipline, 

2. To enable the students to realize the mission of social work and its role in producing professional social worker, 

3. To enable the students to understand and perceive the code of ethics and principles required to practice social work, and 

4. To identity and analyze the contemporary issues in social work discourses

Unit I: Introduction of Social Work

Unit II: The Profession of Social Work: History, Perspectives and Methods

Unit III: Social Work Values and Ethics

Unit IV: Ethical principles for social work

Unit V: Empowering processes for social work practice

Unit VI: Contemporary issues in Social work

Unit VII: Social Work Practice in Nepal

Unit VIII: Practical (Social Work Practice) 50LH

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This course has been set to the students of BICTE first semester from faculty of education. Students have to read two recommended books viz. English for the new Millennium (EKTA Publishing House) and Academic Vocabulary in Use (McCarthy, M & O'DE, F. 2009). 

This course is designed for the students of B.Ed. which is divided into two parts. The first part is related to the development psychology focusing on the teachers’ need for psychology, human growth, methods of studying characteristic and different stages of development. The second part deals with the psychology of learning that focuses on the nature and principles of learning, different learning theories, factors affecting learning, basic instructional procedures, life skill approach to learning, and educational guidance and counseling.

This course has been designed for the students of B. Ed. third year majoring English as a specialized subject. It provides students with knowledge of planning and managing classes in terms of content, time and resources. In addition, it offers students various insights into understanding the nature of language teaching, teaching methods and teaching materials, along with the modern technology for facilitating successful learning. While focusing on various aspects of language such as vocabulary, grammar, functions, etc. and different basic skills including listening, speaking, reading and writing, the course further aims at helping students develop practical aspects and skills of English language teaching. As language teaching also involves language assessment, the students will also learn about basic principles and procedures of language assessment in this course. Furthermore, this course also engages students in understanding the concepts and processes of teacher development in English language teaching.


 पूर्वीय र  पाश्चात्य समालाेचना  भित्र पाैरस्त्य साहित्य सिध्दान्तका काव्य र साहित्यकाे अन्तर्सम्बन्ध,रसका समिचिन मीमांसा, रस सिध्दान्त र रस सामग्री तथा  विवेचना ,ध्वनि र ध्वनि सिध्दान्त तथा वर्गीकरण,अलङ्कार सिध्दान्तका एतिहासिक रुपरेखा,वर्गीकरण तथा प्रयाेग रीति,गुण र त्यसका सैध्दान्तिक रुपरेखा यसभित्र  समाविष्ट छ । 

पाश्चात्य समालाेचना प्रणालीका समाजपरक, मनाेविज्ञानपरक,


Macroeconomics for Business aims to enhance understanding of macroeconomic principles and Nepalese macroeconomic situation to the Bachelor level students. It will help to inculcate the skills incorporating different macroeconomic domain in assessment of nature of business environment.


This course has been set to the students of BBS 2nd year from Faculty of Management. Students have to read  recommended books Eugene F. Brigham and Michael C. Ehrhardt. Book Review.

Seth Godin is a marketing guru, This Is Marketing represents the culmination of decades upon decades of marketing lessons and advice. You won’t find any scripts or templates, and you won’t find anything scammy or short-term. This book is all about empathy, understanding and being a human (not typical advice you hear in most marketing books, but vital words of wisdom to consider before starting your next project).

This is an integrated course of probability and statistics for students with bachelor’s degrees in Information and Communication Technology (BICTE). This course provides a foundation for the students to understand the basic concept of mathematics to be applicable in the field of technology. The main aim of this course is to develop an in-depth understanding of different aspects of probability and statistics. This course covers correlation and regression, probability distributions, sampling distributions, estimation of parameters, and hypothesis testing.

International business is theoretical approach about international business theory. This subject provides different knowledge to the students .

This course explores speech sounds as physical entities (phonetics) and linguistic units (phonology). In viewing sounds as physical elements, the focus of this course is on articulatory description, types of movements and configurations of the vocal tract to produce sounds in languages. The course aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to produce and analyze both segmental and supra-segmental features of language in general and English in particular. The course, then, focuses on dealing with different theories of phonology and their importance, phonological processes in English, and formulation of different phonological rules. Finally, there is a discussion on English phonology in detail and Nepali phonology in brief along with the techniques and activities of teaching English pronunciation.


This course is offered as a core course for Master's in education level. The course includes four units focusing on theoretical and practical aspects of educational psychology. The course aims to provide students with professional knowledge, skills and understanding about development psychology and learning theories including their educational implications. In regard with developmental perspective, the course gives emphasis to adolescence's growth and development, and problems behavior and disorders arise during this phase. The course explores different schools of learning theories centering on how a child learns in his/her everyday life and their implications in formal education. Finally, the course also introduces knowledge practices related to guidance and counseling in a school setting,  and focuses on teacher's role as a guidance worker and counsellor.

 yo vishyale sahityaprati ruchi jagauchha

English in Usage and Use is an advanced-level course on English syntax that is directly interfaced with semantic and pragmatic dimensions. The Course is integrated in nature that begins with the broader theoretical perspective on the syntactic aspects of grammar and moves through English usage and its use in action and finally ends with their pedagogical extension.


This course aims at exposing the students to the theoretical foundations in Second Language Acquisition (SLA). The course also engages the students in the SLA research. The course consists of four units. The first unit presents the fundamental concepts of SLA and related disciplines. The second unit exposes the students to the various approaches of SLA including the universal grammar and non –language factors. The third unit presents the overview of different theories and models of SLA. The fourth unit introduces the students to the SLA research and language teaching. 


this course for m. ed. students.

This is a core course designed for M. Ed. programmed.  This course aims to equip students with deeper knowledge and understanding of various conceptions of curriculum, theoretical base for managing curriculum development, standards movement of curriculum, as well as models of curriculum development. Besides, this course aims at providing theoretical knowledge regarding curriculum dissemination and implementation as well as curriculum dissemination and implementation practices in Nepal.   


This course contains understanding the foundations of business communication, writing letters, memos, e-mails, and instant messages, writing reports and proposals, oral and non- verbal communications, preparing a dossier for employment.

Course Objectives

This course, while familiarizing students of advanced Business Studies with the foundational theory of business communication, offers an intensive practice of effective business communication-written, oral, verbal, and non-verbal – so that Business Graduates can apply the skills learned in their career and beyond. Besides orienting students to basic theories of effective communication, the course also includes a practicum component in that students towards the end of the semester will have submit a completed writing portfolio that includes a range of writing assignments such as business correspondences, business report, and a dossier for job application. The course follows the seminar model of classroom teaching, in which students participate in in-class discussions and presentations.



MSC 514: Statistical Methods

 Credits: 3 Lecture Hours: 48 

Course Objectives

 The course aims to impart knowledge and skills of statistical techniques ad their applications in solving business problems

 Course Details 

Unit 1: Probability LH 6 Concept and importance of probability, approaches to probability. Additive and multiplicative theorems, conditional probability, Baye’s theorem and decision tree. 

Unit2: Probability Distribution LH 6 Discrete probability distribution: Binomial and Poisson, Continuous probability distribution: Normal Distribution and their properties along with applications.

 Unit 3: Sampling and Estimation LH 6 Sampling techniques, sampling and non-sampling errors, sampling distribution, standard error, application of standard error, concept of central limit theorem Estimation theory, criteria of good estimator, point and interval estimate, relationship among errors, risk and sample size, determination of sample size 

Unit 4: Testing of Hypothesis LH 18 Meaning of hypothesis testing, types of error in hypothesis testing, critical region, one tailed and two tailed test, Parametric Test: large sample test of mean and proportions, small sample test of mean, paired t-test, test of significance of correlation coefficient, variance ratio test, one way and two way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), Non-parametric test: Chi-square test of goodness of fit and independence of attributes, chi-square test for population variance. 

Unit 5: Correlation and Regression Analysis LH 12 Partial and multiple correlation , coefficient of determination , concept of linear and nonlinear regression , multiple regression equation , standard error of estimate for multiple regression, test of regression model and regression coefficients, auto-correlation and multicollinearity , Residual analysis: Linearity of the regression model, Homoscedasticity , Normality of error. 

Reference Books Richard I. Levin and David S. Rubin, Statistics for Management, Prentice Hall of India S.C.Gupta, Fundamental of Statistics, Himalayan Publishing Hous

This course deals on the management aspects of marketing. It includes a study of the marketing system and organization, environment and segment analysis, information system, demand analysis, buyer analysis and competitor analysis, strategic marketing planning, implementation of marketing program and marketing control.


The purpose of this course is to impart knowledge and analytical skills of corporate finance on raising funds most effectively by a corporate firm. At the completion of this course the students will have a clear understanding of the financial environment in which they undertake financial decisions, analyse the impact of leverage/capital structure on value of the firm and cost of capital, raise capital from the capital market by issuing securities, analyse the alternatives of corporate and distress restructuring.