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Admission Fall 2014 will only for BBIT (Hons.) degree program. Institute will not entertain the MBIT Direct program intake for Fall 2014.

Candidate must create a user account to apply for online admission, if you have already created an account then please login and maintain your BBIT application.

Result Awaiting Candidates should update their submitted application immediate after result announcement i.e. within stipulated time period.

Once you have filled and submitted your application, a unique form number will be generated for application reference, after submission of the application you will be only allowed to update application, ensuring that only one application can be processed by one candidate.

We will process your application after receiving Challan Form.
BBIT (Hons.) Admission Fee
Online Admission Form Submission Fee
Rs. 300/- (Three hundred only)
 
In Person/Offline Admission Form Submission Fee
Rs. 500/- (Five hundred only)

 
 
 
 
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 Bachelor of Business and Information Technology Honors
 
Programmes --> BBIT (Hons.)
 
  It is a 4 year full time study program spread over eight semesters. Each Semester comprises of 18 weeks. Students are offered courses in Business and Information Technology which blend into a coherent and professional degree program. The courses of study may be changed from time to time by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies. Such changes will be notified before the commencement of the semester in which they will take effect.  
     
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  Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible for the BBIT (Hons.) Program a candidate must have: Intermediate or Equivalent qualification from a recognized Board or University.
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  Admission Criteria

Admission merit is determined on the past academic record and the marks obtained in the Entry Test given to the students for admission. The academic record is evaluated by giving weighted percentage marks obtained in Matriculation, F.A./F.Sc. or its equivalent examinations (50% marks required to be eligible). The net merit is calculated by the following formula.

[0.4 * Percentage marks in Secondary School Certificate examination + 0.6 * Percentage marks in Intermediate examination]

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  Assessment of Study Progress

Students’ progress is assessed by formal examinations, quizzes, cases, projects, and home assignments etc. There will be two compulsory examinations in each Semester for each course; Mid-Semester and Final Examination. The dates for these examinations are announced well in advance. Mid-Semester examination takes place during 9th week, while the final examination is given at the conclusion of the course. In addition to these exams, sessional work comprising quizzes, class work, home assignments, class presentation and class discussion if any, and Semester papers is also carried out. The grades in the above examinations and sessional work are determined and given by the concerned instructors. If a student fails to appear in any examination, quiz or fails to submit the Semester paper/home assignment in time or is unable to give his presentation on due date, he/she will be awarded zero mark in respective examination/ assignment etc.

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 Award of Degree
For the award of BBIT (Hons.) degree, a student must have:
  1. Passed courses totaling at least 138 credits from the courses given below.
  2. Completed an internship and a project under the supervision of a member of the faculty and submitted a detailed project report.
  3. Obtained a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.3 or higher out of a maximum of 4.0.
  4. fulfilled other requirements outlined in the rules & regulations section of the prospectus.
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 Scheme of Study (Semester wise breakup)

BBIT (Hons.) Program will be spread over eight Semesters of 18 Weeks each. Five courses will be offered every Semester and there will be TWO Classes per course per week of 1½ hour duration each.

SEMESTER 1

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

GEN

4083

Introductory Mathematics

3

GEN

4043

English Composition

3

GEN

 

General Optional Course No. 1

3

IT

4054

Information Systems

4

MGMT

4023

Business Organization & Management

3

 

 

 

16

 

SEMESTER 2

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

GEN

4293

Mathematics for Management Sciences

3

GEN

4243

Business Communication

3

GEN

4154

Islamiyat & Pakistan Studies

4

GEN

 

General Optional Course No. 2

3

IT

4074

Introduction to Programming Concepts

4

 

 

 

17

 

SEMESTER 3

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

ACCT

4013

Principles of Accounting

3

ECON

4033

Microeconomic Theory

3

IT

4084

System Modeling

4

IT

4154

Object Oriented Programming

4

STAT

4134

Business Statistics I

4

 

 

 

18

 

SEMESTER 4

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

ECON

4133

Macroeconomic Theory

3

FIN

4153

Business Finance

3

IT

4134

Database Systems

4

MKTG

4163

Principles of Marketing

3

STAT

4234

Business Statistics II

4

 

 

 

17

 

SEMESTER 5

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

ACCT

4113

Cost Accounting

3

IT

4144

Data Warehousing & Data Mining

4

IT

4184

Data Comm. & Computer Networks

4

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 1

3

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 2

3

 

 

 

17

 
 

SEMESTER 6

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

MGMT

4183

Human Resource Management

3

IT

4104

Distributed Computing Environment

4

IT

4174

Introduction to E-commerce

4

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 3

3

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 4

3

 

 

 

17

 

SEMESTER 7

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

TRN

4276

Business Internship & Project

3

 

 

 

3

 

SEMESTER 8

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

BUS

4263

Business Law

3

IT

4124

Project Management

4

MGMT

4194

Operations Research

4

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 5

3

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 6

3

 

 

 

17

 

SEMESTER 9

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

MGMT

4233

Organization Theory & Design

3

TRN

4264

Seminar on Current Bus & IT Trends

4

TRN

4276

Business Internship & Project

3

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 7

3

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 8

3

 

 

 

16

 

SEMESTER 5

Total Credits

138

Total Courses

39

Project

1

Years to Complete

4

 

Area of Specialization Courses

Atleast 8 Courses from any one out of four Area of Specializations

Course Code

Course Name

Cr. Hr.

Comments

FINANCE

 

FIN

4213

Advance Financial Management

3

Area of Specialization
Courses
(Any 8)

FIN

4223

International Finance

3

FIN

4233

Commercial Banking

3

FIN

4243

Capital Budgeting & Inv Decisions

3

FIN

4253

Money & Capital Markets

3

FIN

4263

Credit Risk Analysis

3

FIN

4273

Introduction to Derivatives

3

FIN

4283

Emerging Trends in Finance

3

FIN

4293

Financial Econometrics

3

MARKETING

 

 

MKTG

4213

Marketing Management

3

Area of Specialization
Courses
(Any 8)

MKTG

4223

Marketing Research

3

MKTG

4233

Retailing & Merchandising Mgmt

3

MKTG

4243

Selling & Sales Management

3

MKTG

4253

Sales Promotion & Adv Mgmt

3

MKTG

4263

Franchise Structure & Mgmt

3

MKTG

4273

Industrial Marketing

3

MKTG

4283

Direct Marketing Strategies

3

MKTG

4293

Principles of Transportation

3

MKTG

4203

Mktg for Non Profit Organizations

3

ACCOUNTING

 

 

ACCT 4213

Intro to Accounting Information Systems

3

Area of Specialization
Courses
(Any 8)

ACCT 4223

Auditing

3

ACCT 4233

Accounting Techniques for Managers

3

ACCT 4243

Tax Accounting for Management Decisions

3

ACCT 4253

Financial Statement Analysis

3

ACCT 4263

Advance Auditing

3

ACCT 4273

Emerging Trends  in Accounting

3

ACCT 4283

Corporate Accounting

3

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

 

IT 4413

Object Oriented Software Engineering

3

Area of Specialization
Courses
(Any 8)

IT 4423

Computer Organization

3

IT 4433

Operating systems

3

IT 4443

Computer & Network Security

3

IT 4453

Network Programming

3

IT 4473

Visual Programming Techniques

3

IT 4483

Theory of Automata

3

IT 4493

Compiler Construction

3

IT 4513

Distributive Database Systems

3

IT 4523

Web Enabled Database Systems

3

 
Note: Term wise course offering is subject to modification to accommodate board of studies recommendations as well as faculty availability.
 
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 Master of Business and Information Technology (MBIT)
 
Programmes --> MBIT
 
  Admission Fall 2014 will only for BBIT (Hons.) degree program. Institute will not entertain the MBIT Direct program intake for Fall 2014.  
 

(Exit Degree of Bachelor of Business & Information Technology - Hons. BBIT - Hons., after 2 years)

 
     
  It is a 2 year full time study program spread over four semesters, at the end of which students will get BBIT (Hons.) degree if the degree requirements of BBIT (Hons.) are fulfilled. Afterwards, the students with CGPA of 3.0 or more may opt for MBIT degree. Each Semester comprises of 18 weeks. Students are offered courses in Business and Information Technology which blend into a coherent and professional degree program. The courses of study may be changed from time to time by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies. Such changes will be notified before the commencement of the semester in which they will take effect. Please not that if student has not achieved 3.0 CGPA by the end of second year of MBIT Direct, he /she can not be promoted to the MBIT program and has to exit with BBIT (Hons.) degree instead.  
     
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  Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible for the MBIT Direct Program a candidate must have: Bachelors or Equivalent qualification from a recognized University. Students are required to provide equivalence certificate from university of the Punjab to be eligible for admission.
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  Admission Criteria

Admission merit is determined on the past academic record and the marks obtained in the Entry Test given to the students for admission. The academic record is evaluated by giving weighted percentage marks obtained in Matriculation, B.A./B.Sc./ B.Com or its equivalent examinations (50% marks required to be eligible). The net merit is calculated by the following formula.

0.7 [0.2 * Percentage marks in Secondary School Certificate Examination
+ 0.3 * Percentage marks in Intermediate examination
+ 0.5 * Percentage marks in Bachelors (B.A./B.Sc./B.Com.) Examinations] + 0.3 [Percentage marks in the Entry Test]

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  Assessment of Study Progress

Students’ progress is assessed by formal examinations, quizzes, cases, projects, and home assignments etc.  There will be two compulsory examinations in each Semester for each course; Mid-Semester and Final Examination. The dates for these examinations are announced well in advance. Mid-Semester examination takes place during 9th week, while the final examination is given at the conclusion of the course. In addition to these exams, sessional work comprising quizzes, class work, home assignments, class presentation and class discussion if any, and Semester papers is also carried out. The grades in the above examinations and sessional work are determined and given by the concerned instructors. If a student fails to appear in any examination, quiz or fails to submit the Semester paper/home assignment in time or is unable to give his presentation on due date, he/she will be awarded zero mark in respective examination/ assignment etc.

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 Award of Degree
For the award of BBIT (Hons.) degree, a student must have:
  1. Passed courses totaling at least 76 credits from the courses given below.
  2. Completed an internship and a project under the supervision of a member of the faculty and submitted a detailed project report.
  3. Obtained a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.30 or higher out of a maximum of 4.0.
  4. Fulfilled other requirements outlined in the rules & regulations section of the prospectus.
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 Scheme of Study (Semester wise breakup)

MBIT Program will be spread over six Semesters of 18 Weeks each. Five courses will be offered every Semester and there will be TWO Classes per course per week of 1½ hour duration each.

SEMESTER 1

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

ACCT

4013

Principles of Accounting

3

BUS

4153

Business Communication & Report Writing

3

ECON

4233

Economic Analysis

3

IT

4054

Information Systems

4

MGMT

4023

Business Organization & Management

3

 

 

 

16

 

SEMESTER 2

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

IT

4074

Introduction to Programming Concepts

4

FIN

4153

Business Finance

3

BUS

4253

Business Law

3

MGMT

4213

Statistical Analysis & Decision Making

3

MKTG

4163

Principles of Marketing

3

 

 

 

16

 

SEMESTER 3

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

IT

4084

System Modeling

4

 

SEMESTER 4

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

MGMT

4183

Human Resource Management

3

IT

4154

Object Oriented Programming

4

IT

4134

Database Systems

4

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 1

3

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 2

3

 

 

 

17

 

SEMESTER 5

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

IT

4184

Data Communication & Computer Networks

4

IT

4174

E-Commerce (Functions & Technology)

4

MGMT

4233

Organization Theory & Design

3

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 3

3

 

 

Area of Specialization Course No. 4

3

 

 

 

17

 
 

SEMESTER 6

Course Code Course Name Cr. Hr

TRN

4276

Business Internship & Project

6

 

 

(To be offered after completion of entire coursework)

 

       
 

SUMMARY

Total Credits

76

Total Courses

21

Business Internship

1

Years to Complete

2

 

Area of Specialization Courses

Atleast 4 Courses from any one out of four Area of Specializations

Course Code

Course Name

Cr. Hr.

Comments

FINANCE

FIN

4213

Advance Financial Management

3

Area of Specialization
Courses
(Any 4)

FIN

4223

International Finance

3

FIN

4233

Commercial Banking

3

FIN

4243

Capital Budgeting & Inv Decisions

3

FIN

4253

Money & Capital Markets

3

FIN

4263

Credit Risk Analysis

3

FIN

4273

Introduction to Derivatives

3

FIN

4283

Emerging Trends in Finance

3

FIN

4293

Financial Econometrics

3

MARKETING

MKTG

4213

Marketing Management

3

Area of Specialization
Courses
(Any 4)

MKTG

4223

Marketing Research

3

MKTG

4233

Retailing & Merchandising Mgmt

3

MKTG

4243

Selling & Sales Management

3

MKTG

4253

Sales Promotion & Adv Mgmt

3

MKTG

4263

Franchise Structure & Mgmt

3

MKTG

4273

Industrial Marketing

3

MKTG

4283

Direct Marketing Strategies

3

MKTG

4293

Principles of Transportation

3

MKTG

4203

Mktg for Non Profit Organizations

3

ACCOUNTING

ACCT 4213

Intro to Accounting Information Systems

3

Area of Specialization
Courses
(Any 4)

ACCT 4223

Auditing

3

ACCT 4233

Accounting Techniques for Managers

3

ACCT 4243

Tax Accounting for Management Decisions

3

ACCT 4253

Financial Statement Analysis

3

ACCT 4263

Advance Auditing

3

ACCT 4273

Emerging Trends  in Accounting

3

ACCT 4283

Corporate Accounting

3

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

IT 4413

Object Oriented Software Engineering

3

Area of Specialization
Courses
(Any 4)

IT 4423

Computer Organization

3

IT 4433

Operating systems

3

IT 4443

Computer & Network Security

3

IT 4453

Network Programming

3

IT 4473

Visual Programming Techniques

3

IT 4483

Theory of Automata

3

IT 4493

Compiler Construction

3

IT 4513

Distributive Database Systems

3

IT 4523

Web Enabled Database Systems

3

 
Note: Term wise course offering is subject to modification to accommodate board of studies recommendations as well as faculty availability.
 
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 Department Policies

Program Coordinators are available to provide administrative, academic, research, and student development guidance to the students for effective learning. The program coordinators are thoroughly familiar with the above mentioned responsibilities at the same time they are available for the coordination and facilitation regarding student mentoring. They maintain, evaluate and improve various administrative and academic processes of the Institute to ensure top class quality through guidance, orientation, and facilitation. Prof. Nasir Malik (Program Coordinator Academics & Business Studies) and Prof. Asim Tanveer (Program Coordinator IT) are available for all the help a student requires.

 
Semester Sytem at IBIT
Institute operates on semester system basis: Fall semester beginning in September and Winter semester in February. However, the institute is offering a condensed summer term to the currently enrolled / continuing students. Duration of each regular semester is 18 weeks.
Credit Hours
Credit for course work is recorded in Credit Hours. For most courses, three credit hours represent two class meetings per week of 90 minutes each. For application/computer classes, the ratio may differ somewhat from course to course. Majority of the courses offered at IBIT are of either three or four credits. 
Course Numbering System
Courses offered at IBIT are numbered in a way that first 2-4 alphabets represent the discipline of study, next three digits represent the level of courses, and the last digits represent the credit hours of the course.
Example of a Course Code/Number

MGMT 4023

MGMT

402

3

Business Organization & Management

Discipline

Course level

Credit hours

Course Code Prefix

Discipline

ACCT                          

Accounting

BUS                            

Business and related courses

ECON

Economics

FIN                              

Finance

GEN

General education courses in the disciplines of natural sciences, social sciences and humanities

IT                                 

Information Technology & Computer Science courses

MGMT                         

Management

MKTG                          

Marketing

STAT                           

Statistics

TRN                                                       

Training & Projects

Projects or courses with TRN prefix consist of internship and projects. Registration for such courses typically requires special permission as well as successful completion of a specific number of courses. Courses numbered 400 - 499 are either BBIT (Hons.) or foundation courses. Courses numbered 500 - 599 are either MBIT or advanced level courses. In certain circumstances, MBIT students are often offered 400 level courses for foundation work.

 

 
  Grading System

A numerical point value is assigned to graded work which is as follows:


W.e.f Fall 2008
GRADING SYSTEM

Percent Marks

Letter Grade

Grade Points

85 – 100

A

4.0

80 – 84

A-

3.7

75 – 79

B+

3.3

70 – 74

B

3.0

65 – 69

B-

2.7

61 – 64

C+

2.3

58 – 60

C

2.0

55 – 57

C-

1.7

50 - 54 D 1.0

Below 50

F

0.0


Grade ‘I’: Incomplete

This grade is awarded only on the basis of illness supported by medical evidence, or compassionate grounds or other unusual circumstances on the recommendations of the faculty member(s) concerned, the student advisor and with the approval of the Director. The period allowed for completion shall not be more than two months from the commencement of the next semester. After that period, student will automatically be assigned a grade ‘F’ in the course.

Grade “W” “WF“: Withdraw / Force Withdrawal

Grade “W” is requested by the student to avoid a poor or failing grade in a specific course with the recommendation of the faculty member and approval of the program coordinator. Last date to request for a grade ‘W’ ends two weeks from the mid Semester exam of a particular course. A student is not required to repeat the course with the grade ‘W’, if the course is not part of the graduation requirement of the program. This grade will not be calculated in the CGPA.
Director can grant a grade ‘WF’ to a student with excessive absences due to student’s own conduct and / or exceptional circumstances (e.g. death/accident etc in immediate family). Both of the above mentioned grades are not calculated in the CGPA.

Grade Point Average and its Calculation

Grade Point Average (GPA): The Grade Point Average equals the Total Number of Points earned divided by the Total Number of Credit Hours for which grades are earned.

Calculating GPA: In order to compute GPA of a Semester, initially a student will need the Total Number of Credit Hours earned. For this, you will need to add up the credit hours of course for which a letter grade (A,A-,  B+,B, B-, C+,C, D or F) has been received.

After this, the student will need to calculate the Total Number of Points earned. To do this, the student will need the information from the Grading System Table. Grade Points associated with each Letter Grade (you have earned in a specific course) is multiplied by the number of credit hours that specific course is worth to get grade points earned in that specific course.

Lastly, the student will add grade points earned for individual courses taken in a Semester to get the Total Number of Points earned in all the courses registered.

Divide Total Number of Points earned in a semester by Total Number of Credit Hours.

For example: If the student obtains a grade A in four credit hours course of  “Introduction to Programming Concepts” , the grade points for that course would be: 4 (Credit hours for Programming Concepts) x 4 (grade points for A). Continue in this manner for all letter graded courses you have taken and then add the number of grade points you have completed. Finally, divide total grade points earned by total credit hours earned.

GPA = Total Grade Points earned
          Total Credit Hours earned

No

Course Code

Course description

Letter Grade

Grade Points

Course Credit Hours

Total Grade Points

 

 

 

 

x

y

x * y

1

MGMT 4023

Business Organization & Management

A

4

3

12

2

GEN 4043

English Composition

A-

3.7

3

11.1

3

IT 4074

Introduction to Programming Concepts

B

3

4

12

4

ACCT 4013

Principles of Accounting

D

1

3

3

 

 

Total

 

 

13

38.1

GPA in the semester = 38.1/13   =  2.93

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is the Grade Point Average for the entire work at any given period of time. It is calculated in the same manner as above except the calculation will be done on the basis of all the courses completed in all the semesters at any specific period of time.


 
  Attendance Policy
IBIT requires a student to have an EIGHTY FIVE (85) percent attendance in each course, to obtain a passing grade. However, in case of unforeseen/exceptional circumstances (e.g., accident / death of father, mother, real sister/ brother etc.), the Director can relax the requirement to EIGHTY (80) percent.
Leave Form must be submitted for any planned absence with parent’s/guardian’s approval.

ONLY for students enrolled in the first Semester: Students not complying with the attendance policy in all the registered courses will result in admission cancellation.

Summary of Attendance Requirement

In % age

In Number *

Classes in each Semester

100%

36

Attendance Required

85%

30

Absents allowed for unforeseen circumstances beyond
student control

15%

6

Attendance Required (Including exceptional circumstances)                 

80%

29

Absents allowed (Including exceptional circumstances)

20%

7

* Applicable to all courses with approximations.

Students are advised to attend all (100%) classes in each subject. Absents allowed for unforeseen circumstances is a facility to accommodate inherent human limitations and should ONLY be utilized under very severe unavoidable situations. 


 
  Probation & Expulsion Rules
Rules for Promotion & Probation for BBIT (Hons.)
»  Student has to maintain CGPA of 2.30 throughout his/her degree program for his/her promotion otherwise he/she will be removed from the rolls of the Institute.
»  In case a student is able to obtain GPA of 1.80 or more but less than 2.30 he/she will be promoted to the second semester on probation. The candidate, who fails to secure 1.80 GPA in the first semester, shall stand automatically dropped from the rolls.
»  At the end of the second semester and before the last semester, a student must obtain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.30 and must also pass at least 75% of the courses offered to his/her batch in order to be promoted to the next semester. If any of the preceding two conditions is not complied with by a student he/she shall be removed from the rolls of the Institute. This rule will supersede all other rules which allow a student to drop or withdraw from a course including force withdrawals in a course.
»  It is responsibility of the student to plan his/her courses in a way that he/she meets the requirement of passing 75% of the courses offered to his/her batch by the end of 2nd semester with a minimum CGPA of 2.30.
»  If a student has not availed opportunity of probation during the first two semesters then he/she will have the right to avail probation once in the following semesters.
»  A student, who completes all the courses and has not been required to repeat any course(s), obtains CGPA of less than 2.30 but not less than 2.20 at the end of the last semester, may be allowed to repeat upto two courses in which he/she had obtained the lowest grades, in order to improve the CGPA so as to obtain the minimum of 2.30 failing which he/she shall be removed from the rolls of the Institute.


Rules for Promotion for MBIT
»  Student has to maintain CGPA of 3.00 throughout his/her degree program for his/her promotion otherwise he/she will be removed from the rolls of the Institute.
»  In case a student is able to obtain GPA of 2.70 or more but less than 3.00 he/she will be promoted to the second semester on probation. The candidate, who fails to secure 2.70 GPA in the first semester, shall stand automatically dropped from the rolls.
»  At the end of the second semester and before the last semester, a student must obtain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.00 and must also pass at least 50% of the courses offered to his/her batch in order to be promoted to the next semester. If any of the preceding two conditions is not complied with by a student he/she shall be removed from the rolls of the Institute. This rule will supersede all other rules which allow a student to drop or withdraw from a course including force withdrawals in a course.
»  It is responsibility of the student to plan his/her courses in a way that he/she meets the requirement of passing 50% of the courses offered to his/her batch by the end of 2nd semester with a minimum CGPA of 3.00.
»  A student, who completes all the courses and has not been required to repeat any course(s), obtains CGPA of less than 3.00 but not less than 2.90 at the end of the last semester may be allowed to repeat one course in which he/she had obtained the lowest grade, in order to improve the CGPA so as to obtain the minimum of 3.00 failing which he/she shall be removed form the rolls of the Institute.


Rules for Promotion for MBIT – Evening (Executive Program)
»  Same as the Rules for Promotion for BBIT (Hons.)
 
  Degree Requirements
BBIT (Hons.) degree consists of 138 credit hours, MBIT degree consists of 90 credit hours, MBIT (Via BBIT-Hons.) consists of 36 credit hours, MBIT (Executive) degree consists of 75 credit hours and M.Phil (Via MBIT.) consists of 30 credit hours. PhD program will require completion of at least 24 credit hours before a student appears for his/her comprehensive exam and readiness to start his or her research. BBIT and MBIT areas of specialization shall consist of a specified set of courses comprising of 24 and 12 credit hours respectively taken within a single field of specialization.

Please refer to the respective scheme of studies approved by Board of Studies – IBIT for updated degree requirements.

Graduation Rules

Following conditions have to be fulfilled to be eligible for the degree:

  • A CGPA of 2.3   is required to be attained by BBIT and CGPA of 3.0 is required for MBIT students.
  • Successful completion of all the requirements specified in respective scheme of study approved by the Board of Studies - IBIT.
  • BBIT students are required to successfully complete an IT Project.
  • MBIT students are required to undertake internship of 8 weeks duration and a comprehensive exam.
  • Grade ‘F’ and Grade ‘I’ in any of the courses will result in the ineligibility to graduate till passing the respective course.
  • A student will be allowed to replace his/her two lowest grades in order to graduate if his/her CGPA falls below 2.3 but 2.2 in the last semester in BBIT programs.
  • Student must display good character/behavior throughout his/her stay in the Institute.
  • A Student who fails to register in any semester or fails to produce the director’s approval to drop the semester will have his /her name struck from the students roll of the Institute. His/Her readmission will be governed by the University’s rules and regulations for each class.
  • A Student with an “F” grade can avail two chances to improve his/her “F” grade before it becomes part of his/her CGPA calculation.
  • A specialization course will only be offered if a minimum of 10 students register for such specialization course.

Time Limits on Completion of Degrees

Students proceeding to the degrees at the Institute of Business & Information Technology must complete their respective degrees within two years of the date of their formal session completion.


 
  Record Keeping
IBIT will keep academic record (Exams, Quizzes, Assignments, Projects) of each student for two Semesters only. After which the academic record will be destroyed and IBIT will not be responsible for any liability.
 
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