Bachelor's in Information Technology (BIT)

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    A Bachelor in Information Technology (BIT) is a Bachelor’s degree for an undergraduate program course in the field of Information Technology. It is a 4year (8 Semester) course, consists of 126 credit hours designed to provide the fundamentals of information technology that help the students to boost the knowledge and skill in programming, system analysis, and design, project management, computer networks and communication, software and database. Bachelors in Information Technology (BIT) offers several courses to fulfill the demand for new and future technology. Bachelor of Information Technology has become one of the most popular and demanding IT Course in Nepal.

    The bachelor in Information Technology is an academic program consisting of core and advanced IT units. When the students get enrolled in the 4 year BIT program at Tribhuvan University students get an opportunity to learn many subjects such as sociology, psychology, research, mathematics, statistics, economics, and some other elective subjects.

    The curriculum of this course is designed to cover all the market’s demands and to provide in-depth knowledge about the principles of computing or programming. BIT provides an undergraduate degree in the field of Information technology and computer science under the faculty of the Institute of Science and Technology (IOST) at Tribhuvan University, designed to provide knowledge of Information Technology. Students looking for top BIT colleges in Bhaktapur, Kathmandu Valley, and all over Nepal usually join Samriddhi College.

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    Why study BIT Course in Nepal?

    The main aim of running the Bachelor in Information Technology (BIT) programs is to develop skills in related IT fields. This program develops the skills that are essential for both computer professionals and IT specialists. The design and implementation of the BIT course offer new challenges when compared to the traditional computing environment. The recent emergence of global business, new technologies for data processing and data communication, equipped specialized science graduates to focus on professional careers in Information Technology. BIT course is designed in such a way that not only students from science backgrounds can get enrolled in it but also students from management. The program provides in-depth knowledge about the principles of software design and development, as well as key operational aspects of computing, programming, Networking, Computer system manager. 

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    Objectives to study BIT Course. 

    The main objective of this program mainly focused on producing skilled professional IT technicians in the field of the Digital world. The Information Technology field is accentuated with software engineering, software development, computer networking, network security specialist, mobile communication, and many more. 

    Some of the objectives to study BIT in Nepal are as below:

    1. To develop skills in a student to accept the rapidly changing information technology.
    2. Providing an in-depth understanding of and experience with computer systems.
    3. Developing creative and analytical skills that provide a basis for technological problem-solving
    4. Enable students to build their knowledge in hardware and networking to an extensive level.
    5. Equipping students with the technical knowledge required for an IT professional to handle multitasking situations and to assess and develop computer-based solutions.
  • Why study BIT at Samriddhi College?

    As we know there are numerous BIT colleges in Nepal under the affiliation of Tribhuvan University. BIT is introduced in Nepal to accept the globally changing information technology and to produce IT professionals which directly deal with changing information technology. 

    Though there are some government colleges that are running BIT programs. To study BIT at government college students should be ranked at the top in the exam conducted by TU IOST. As we know there is a reasonable fee in government colleges. But all the students could not get the chance to get admission to government colleges. Some of the private colleges are also running BIT programs.


    Among the various private colleges to study BIT at a reasonable fee Samriddhi college will be the right destination for the students. Samriddhi is one of the most renowned names in the field of serving IT College in Nepal. Samriddhi College will be the best choice because of some special features, the college conducts workshops every year. It has its own new building, fully furnished computer lab with modern generation computer, updated curriculum, peaceful learning environment, experienced teacher, best management system along with visiting guest lectures. Samriddhi College also provides an Internship program for bright students. Samriddhi is the trusted name for serving Quality Education.  and Samriddhi college also runs BScCIST, BCA, BBS(IT Enable), and BSW Course Successfully.

  • Eligibility & Admission Process for BIT.

    Admission Process for BIT:

    Certain criteria need to be fulfilled by students to study BIT. Some of the important are listed below;

    • Students should collect and submit the admission form to their interested college nearby. Generally, the admission form opens every year in the month of Bhadra/Ashoj.
    • No need to fill the form from different colleges, one form is sufficient to be eligible to attend the entrance exam for BIT. More than one form can be invalid. 
    • Students must have secured 35% marks in entrance out of 100% to clear the entrance exam and get admission

    BIT Eligibility Criteria:

    Certain academic criteria need to be fulfilled by the students to be enrolled in a BIT program because the academic requirement is important. The Eligibility Criteria for the BIT course is listed below: 

    • Students must have passed +2 level.
    • Students must have scored 2 CGPA with a minimum of D+ in each subject.
    • Students must pass the entrance examination conducted by TU IOST.
    • For A-level students, should have completed 3.5 credits also should have been provided equivalence by NEB. 
    • A student from Management, Science can apply for this course with the above-mentioned academic requirements. 
    • Passed 3 Years Diploma in Engineering program from CTEVT taking both English and Mathematics.


  • BIT Credit Hours 

    The entire BSc.CSIT course is of eight semesters (four academic years).  There is a separate semester examination after the end of each semester.

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  • BIT Course Structure 


    BIT Course Structure 


  • First Semester (15 Credit Hours)
    1. Introduction to Information Technology (BIT 101)
    2. C Programming (BIT 102)
    3. Digital Logic (BIT 103)
    4. Basic Mathematics (MTH 104)
    5. Sociology (SCO 105)
  • Second Semester (15 Credit Hours)
    1. Microprocessor and Computer Architecture (BIT 151)
    2. Discrete Structure (BIT 152)
    3. Object-Oriented Programming (BIT 153)
    4. Basic Statistics (STA 154)
    5. Economics (ECO 155)
  • Third Semester (15 Credit Hours)
    1. Data Structures and Algorithms (BIT 201)
    2. Database Management System (BIT 202)
    3. Numerical Methods (BIT 203)
    4. Operating Systems (BIT 204)
    5. Principles of Management (MGT 205)
  • Fourth Semester (15 Credit Hours)
    1. Web Technology I (BIT 251)
    2. Artificial Intelligence (BIT 252)
    3. Systems Analysis and Design (BIT 253)
    4. Network and Data Communications (BIT 254)
    5. Operations Research (ORS 255)
  • Fifth Semester (15 Credit Hours)
    1. Web Technology II (BIT 301)
    2. Software Engineering (BIT 302)
    3. Information Security (BIT 303)
    4. Computer Graphics (BIT 304)
    5. Technical Writing (ENG 305)
  • Sixth semester (15 Credit Hours)
    1. NET Centric Computing (BIT 351)
    2. Database Administration (BIT 352)
    3. Management Information System (BIT 353)
    4. Research Methodology (RSM 354)
    5. Elective I   

    List of Electives:

    1. Geographical Information System (BIT 355)
    2. Multimedia Computing (BIT 356)
    3. Wireless Networking (BIT 357)
    4. Society and Ethics in IT (BIT 358)
    5. Psychology (PSY 359)
  • Seventh Semester (15 Credit Hours)
    1. Advanced Java Programming (BIT 401)
    2. Software Project Management (BIT 402)
    3. E-Commerce (BIT 403)
    4. Project Work (BIT 404)
    5. Elective II

    List of Electives:

    1. DSS and Expert System (BIT 405)
    2. Mobile Application Development (BIT 406)
    3. Simulation and Modeling (BIT 407)
    4. Cloud Computing (BIT 408)
    5. Marketing (MGT 409)
  • Eighth Semester (15 Credit Hours)
    1. Network and System Administration (BIT 451)
    2. E-Governance (BIT 452)
    3. Internship (BIT 453)
    4. Elective III

    List of Electives:

    1. Data Warehousing and Data Mining (BIT 454)
    2. Knowledge Management (BIT 455)
    3. Image Processing (BIT 456)
    4. Network Security (BIT 457)
    5. Introduction to Telecommunications (BIT 458)