Undergraduate Program

Bachelor of Computer Information System (BCIS)

BCIS is a four-year, 126 credit hour course affiliated to  Pokhara University. The course constitutes the concept of management with the core concept of Information Technology to meet need the modern market. The course introduces you the contemporary concepts, issues and practices of management, and leads you to enhance your skills of information systems and technology which you need to develop management information system.

The course includes two elective courses, which is equivalent to six credit hours of your interest. Moreover, it also offers internship, minor projects (one and two credits), and major project of three credit to graduate from BCIS program.

Besides these,  BIC offers you industry ready non-credit courses to bridge the gap between industry and academic.

Objective of the program

For almost all choice jobs of the future – whether in engineering, natural or social sciences, economics, finance or government, one has to be familiar with the essential fundamentals of computing to understand and leverage technology in the search for scientific breakthroughs, the development of new products and services, or the way work is done in a technologically-driven society. A Computer Science degree involves well developed communication, leadership and management skills coupled with creative technical savvy. “Computing has become the third pillar of science, along with theory and experiment”.


Department Contact Info

Bachelor of Computer Information System (BCIS)

Bharatpur-10, Hakim Chowk
Chitwan, Nepal

056-598892, 598992

[email protected]

Sun – Fri 7:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.


Nabin Kumar Shrestha

Program Coordinator
9801332267

Social Info

BCIS Prospectus

Your Future Prospects

BCIS graduates develop  themselves as problem-solvers with excellent managerial skills which can provide them ample job opportunities such as:

Admission Requirements

To remain in good academic standing and graduate you must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0, which is a “C” average. In addition you must get at least a “C” in all required core courses.

The required documents for application:
  • Duly completed and signed application form.
  • Copies of certificates and transcripts/mark-sheets of all the relevant academic qualification with minimum second division marks.
  • Migration certificates
  • Four passport size photograph.
  • Application processing fees.

Selection Procedure

  • Written Test
  • Interview

Project Based Learning

Boston International College (BIC) truly believes in project-based learning, which enables students to apply their theoretical knowledge and skills learnt into the engaging real-time practical experience. Students enrolled in the BCIS programme are assigned small-scale projects related to the course in each subject by their respective subject teacher. Besides this, the BCIS programme consists of three projects which are to be done in the fourth, sixth and eighth semesters, each of 1, 2 and 4 credit hours respectively. These projects aim to provide students with the experience of developing a medium to large scale project in a small team. All aspects of the development process are considered: problem specification, requirement extraction, system design, implementation, integration, testing and documentation.

  • Normally three or four students work in a team.
  • Students generally work with the tools like JAVA, .NET, PHP, Python, MySQL, Oracle, and so on.
  • Each group is supervised by a supervisor with expertise in the related project.
  • The BIC has a separate Department of ICT Research and Project to systematize the overall activities about the project work.
  • Students project work will be evaluated by project supervisors, internal examiners and external examiners on the basis of project reports.
  • Project demonstration and presentation.

We motivate our students to study research articles published in international journals with higher impact factors in order to be updated about new trends and innovations being developed in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Also, we encourage them to develop their projects with emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (Al) and Machine Learning, Internet of Things (loT), virtual and augmented reality, Robotics and Automation, edge computing, cybersecurity, and so on.

Recent BCIS student projects

  • Hospital Appointment System
  • Khalti book app
  • E-Vaccination System
  • Inventory Management System(continue) Hisab Kitab
  • Blood Donation
  • Airline reservation system
  • Hospital management system
  • Rental house management system
  • Hotel table reservation system
  • Fancy Management System
  • Inventory Management System
  • Grocery Management System To Do List
  • Laundry Management System
  • Event Management System
  • Faculty Feedback System

The BIC organizes an ICT Project Exhibition Day every year where students demonstrate their academic projects with in-house staff, faculties and students as well as invited government authorities, and business experts around the county.

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