By Bishal Deep Basnet on Mar 13,2018 - 17:41
There are quite a lot of BBS colleges in Nepal. But thankfully, the 3rd national B schools Rating-Ranking Awards has revealed the top 3 best BBS colleges in Nepal.
This event was organized by New Business Age Pvt. Ltd.
Here's the list of the three colleges with some description of the colleges.
The DAV Business School is a premier educational institution. At DAV, the faculty is in constant pursuit of intellectual capital.
DAV is quite committed to MBA professional education. Along with intense action-based learning drive our one-on-one learning approach.
DAV attempts to connect with its students through thoughts and actions, bridging the gaps between business theory and practice in doing so.
Nepal Mega College, situated at Babarmahal, Kathmandu, is a leading academic institution of higher learning founded by senior professors, excellent faculty members, and the passionate group of educationists with an aim of imparting value based education to the aspiring youth. Team Mega is committed to the objective of the earnest pursuit of academic excellence.
Nepal Mega College is offering plus two in Science, Management, Humanities, BBS, BSW, BAMCJ (Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Journalism), MBS, MA Rural Development.
College of Applied Business (CAB) founded in 1998 AD by a group of experienced educationists and professionals is a non-profit institution committed to excellence. The college believes that competent and excellent manpower is the prerequisite for the overall development of the nation.
As an institution affiliated with NEB and Tribhuvan University (TU), CAB has a choice of programmes to cater to expectations of students. At present, it offers 10+2 in Management and 4 undergraduate programmes of TU: BBS, BIM, BBA and B.Sc CSIT.
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