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Master in Information and Communication Technology Education

Tribhuvan University announce M.Ed. in Information and Communication Technology Education (ICTEd) is a semester-based programme. The programme will be conducted at Sanothimi Campus, Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, and Central Department of Education Kirtipur, Kathmandu

History:

Eligibility Criteria:

Applications for admission to this full-time course are invited from the interested candidates with the following requirements:

  1. B.Ed. with Information and Communication Technology Education (ICT Ed.) specialization or
  2. B.Ed. in Mathematics with bridge course on ICT Ed. conducted by Faculty of Education, TU or
  3. Master of Education with 10-month ICTE training successfully completed

Grading System

General information about the grading system of Master of Education

Grading System of MEd Tribhuvan University
Grading System of MEd Tribhuvan University

(M.Ed.) Faculty of education, Tribhuvan University

GPA: Grade Point Average

SGPA: Semester Grade Point Average

CGPA: Cumulative Grade Point Average

Letter Grade Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) Percentage Equivalent Remarks
A 4 90 & above Distinction
A- 3.70 to 3.99 80-89.99 Very Good
B+ 3.30 to 3.69 70-79.99 Good
B 3.00 to 3.29 60-69.99 Fair
B- 2.70 to 2.99 50-59.99 Pass in individual Paper
F Below 2.70 Below 50 Fail

Course structure (new)-2021

First Semester

Compulsory Subject

  1. Ed.
  2. Ed.

Mejor

  1. ICT. Ed 515: Computer Architecture
  2. ICT. Ed 516: Java Programming
  3. ICT. Ed 517: Educational Technology
  4. ICT. Ed 518: Advance Operating System

Second

BCA Elective Course list

  1. CAPS476 Applied Psychology
  2. CACS477 Geographical Information System
  3. CACS478 IT in Banking
  4. CACS479 Hotel Information System
  5. CAER480 Enterprise Resources Planning
  1. CACS482 Knowledge Engineering
  2. CACS483 Advance DotNet Technology
  3. CACS484 Database programming
  4. CACS485 Data Administration
  5. CACS486Network Administration

Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA)

Tribhuvan University has launched the Bachelor of Computer  Application (BCA) program from the academic year 2074/75.  In the first phase, this program was launched in six (6) constituent campuses of Tribhuvan University and is allocated 35 seats each.

Currently, 120 colleges are running the BCA program with affiliation from Tribhuvan University. The BCA program of TU is for 4 years. The program runs on the semester system. It will be run under the faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences

Objective 

The objective of the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Application (BCA) at the faculty of Humanities and Social Science of Tribhuvan University is to Produce high-Quality computer application users and developers

Durations

Eight semesters (four academic years)

Medium  of Instruction and Examination

English

Entry Requirements

High school graduates in Any Discipline (+2) or Equivalent and must be nominated from Entrance Examination conduct by Dean Office  

Academic Schedule

The fall semester in September and Spring Semester begins in February.  

Evaluation

The semester is evaluated using the system of continuous assessment (Internal and External Assessment). University Conducts end semester Examination.

Examination Scheme (subjects with Practical)

Internal Assessment

External Assessment

Total

Theory

Practical

Theory

Practical

20%

20% (3hr)

60%(3Hr)

100

Examination Scheme (subjects without Practical)

Internal Assessment

External Assessment

Total

100

40%

60%(3hr)

Grading System of BCA

Letter grades are used for awards to a student. The pattern of grading is as follows

Letter

Grade point

Description

A

4.0

Excellent

A-

3.7

 

B+

3.3

 

B

3.0

Good

B-

2.7

 

C+

2.3

 

C

2.0

Satisfactory

C-

1.7

 

D+

1.3

 

D

1.0

Work satisfying minimum requirement for Credits

F

0

Failing

Another letter used for ‘I” for Incomplete. End of Semester students obtain Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and end of program students obtain Cumulative Grade point Average (CGPA).

SGPA=Total honor points earned in a semester  /Total number of credits registered in a semester.

CGPA= Total honor points earned/Total number of credits Completed