Duration 4 Years
Start Date Mangsir 2080

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The Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT ) is a four–year (eight semesters) academic program. The curriculum is designed to meet all increasing market demands by providing an in-depth and practical understanding of programming concepts, software design, and development, as well as major operational and specialized aspects of computers. This curriculum prepares students in critical business skills like design and analysis, programming, software design and development, database organization and administration, system and framework organization, computer network and data communication, etc.

All companies require information technology, whether they are small marts or supermarkets, banks, private and government offices, or educational institutions. As a result, computer graduates have a wide range of career and area options. After earning a bachelor’s degree, you can either establish your own business or apply for jobs such as system analyst, web developer, programmer, quality assurance, database administrator, systems administrator, and a variety of other technology-related jobs. 

A spike in career opportunities for students with skills in web design and development, programming, and application development, among other professions, has emerged from the growth of several IT businesses, software development firms, and telecommunication corporations. There has been significant growth in the student’s interest and participation in IT education. People with good programming abilities, system analysis skills, and software testing skills are generally sought by software and information technology organizations. Many institutions provide instruction in the practical skills required to work as a software developer. Due to the importance of logical reasoning and critical thinking in becoming a software professional, this degree covers the whole software development process, from software design and development to final testing. Graduate courses in software engineering, such as a Master of Information Technology (MIT), Master of Computer Application, and so on, are typically pursued by students who complete their undergraduate study in software engineering to a suitable level.

Our BIT graduates are prepared to start their careers in the information and communication industry including IT managers, network, and systems programming. They are well-equipped to meet the information technology requirements of both industrial and commercial enterprises.

  • To offer students with in-depth knowledge and skills in the design, development, and use of information technology in many fields. Graduates of this program are expected to have the requisite understanding of information technology to compete in today’s global marketplace.
  • To develop graduates with a strong industrial emphasis and who have proven the complete range of knowledge and abilities learned in four academic years through relevant projects in each semester. BIT curriculum also trains students for IT industry certifications in networking, systems administration, and programming.
  • BIT program allows students to investigate and identify essential IT industry demands, as well as learn how these expectations are satisfied. Graduates of the BIT course will have a thorough and consistent understanding of the fundamental principles and ideas of information technology.

The plus point that make your study at KCC better than anywhere are:

  • Industry Apprenticeship provides you the opportunity to work in the IT industry and leading Software companies. This renders a competitive edge to you in the job market ;
  • KCC Events Delivers you a wealth of seminars and outstanding speakers from the IT industry and INGOs. Here, you will gain access to new connections, and a new outlook on your career;
  • Workshops are organized on topics like network security, Software engineering, and business trends. It brings together you with specialists from academia, and software ;
  • Specialization in promising areas like IT in Banking, multimedia and application, marketing management, and artificial intelligence ;
  • The project at KCC involves you in the design and development of software systems. You complete the at our state-of-art Computer center, and research unit known as CSDR.

Mr. Raju Kattel

MCA, Purbanchal University, Assistant Professor

Mr. Saroj Pandey

MCA, Purbanchal University. Deputy HoD, Assistant Professor.

Mr. Ashim KC

MCA, Purbanchal University, Lecturer/Coordinator

Mr. Ram Prasad Niroula

MA Mathematics, MEd Statistics

Mr. Kiran Khanal

MSCIT, Pokhara University. Assistant Professor/ System Administrator

Mr. Bikash Neupane

MCA, Purbanchal University, Assistant Professor

Mr. Ramesh Parajuli

MTech IT (Gold Medalist), ITM University, India Assistant. Professor

Mr. Nishan Lamichane

MSC CSIT(Running), Tribhuwan Univeristy, lecturer


Department Administrator

Mr. Binod Khatiwada

Office Assistant

Year:I                                                                                                                                                 Semester:I

Course Code Course Title Credits Lecture(Hrs.) Tutorial(Hrs.) Laboratory(Hrs.) Total(Hrs.)
BIT101CO Fundamentals of Information Technology 3 3 1 2 6
BIT102HS Mathematics-I 3 3 2 5
BIT103HS Technical Communication 3 3 1 4
BIT104HS Society and Ethics in IT 3 3 1 4
BIT105CO Computer programming in C 3 3 1 2 6
BIT106CO Project-I 2 3 3
Total 17 15 6 7 28


Year:I                                                                                                   Semester:II

Course Code Course Title Credits Lecture (Hrs.) Tutorial (Hrs.) Laboratory (Hrs.) Total (Hrs.)
BIT151HS Mathematics-II 3 3 2 5
BIT152CO Digital Logic 3 3 1 2 6
BIT153HS Discrete Structure 3 3 1 4
BIT154CO Object –Oriented Programming in C++ 3 3 1 2 6
BIT155MS Financial Management and Accounting 3 3 1 1 5
BIT156CO Project-II 2 3 3
Total 17 15 6 11 29


Year:II                                                                                             Semester:I

Course Code Course Title Credits Lecture (Hrs.) Tutorial (Hrs.) Laboratory (Hrs.) Total (Hrs.)
BIT201HS Numerical Methods 3 3 1 2 6
BIT202CO Microcontroller 3 3 1 2 6
BIT203CO Data Structure and Algorithm 3 3 1 2 6
BIT204CO Computer Network and Data Communication 3 3 1 2 6
BIT205CO System Analysis and Design 3 3 1 4
BIT206CO Project-III 2 3 3
Total 17 15 5 11 31


Year:II                                                                                                  Semester:II

Course Code Course Title Credits Lecture (Hrs.) Tutorial (Hrs.) Laboratory (Hrs.) Total (Hrs.)
BIT251HS Probability and Statistics 3 3 1 4
BIT252CO Computer Organization and Architecture 3 3 1 4
BIT253CO Operating System 3 3 1 2 6
BIT254CO Database Management System 3 3 1 2 6
BIT255CO Programming in JAVA 3 3 1 2 6
BIT256CO Project-IV 2 3 3
Total 17 15 5 7 29


Year:III                                                                                                      Semester:I

Course Code Course Title Credits Lecture (Hrs.) Tutorial (Hrs.) Laboratory (Hrs.) Total (Hrs.)
BIT301HS Research Methodology 3 3 1 4
BIT302CO Computer Graphics 3 3 1 2 6
BIT303CO Cryptography and Network Security 3 3 1 2 6
BIT304CO Web Technology 3 3 1 2 6
BIT305CO Internet of Things 3 3 1 2 6
BIT306CO Project-V 2 3 3
Total 17 15 5 7 31


Year:III                                                                                                    Semester:II

Course Code Course Title Credits Lecture (Hrs.) Tutorial (Hrs.) Laboratory (Hrs.) Total (Hrs.)
BIT351CO Artificial Intelligence 3 3 1 2 6
BIT352CO Management  Information System 3 3 1 4
BIT353CO Data warehousing and Data Mining 3 3 1 2 6
BIT354CO Simulation and Modeling 3 3 1 2 6
BIT355CO Software Engineering 3 3 1 4
BIT356CO Project-VI 2 3 3
Total 17 15 5 9 29


Year:IV                                                                                                        Semester:I

Course Code Course Title Credits Lecture (Hrs.) Tutorial (Hrs.) Laboratory (Hrs.) Total (Hrs.)
BIT401CO Network Programming 3 3 1 2 6
BIT402CO Digital Governance 3 3 1 4
BIT4** Specialization 1 3
BIT4** Specialization 2 3
BIT403CO Internship 3
Total 15


Year:IV                                                                                                      Semester:II

Course Code Course Description Credits Lecture (Hrs.) Tutorial (Hrs.) Laboratory (Hrs.) Total (Hrs.)
BIT451MS Principles of Management and Entrepreneurship in IT 3 3 1 4
BIT452CO Distributed and Cloud Computing 3 3 1 2 6
BIT4** Specialization-3 3
BIT4** Specialization-4 3
BIT453CO Apprentice Project 3 6
Total 15


**Specialization Area:


Specialization area courses have been designed in three major areas for in-depth knowledge in the area. Students develop specialized expertise in their specialization area. Students are required to take four specialization courses, two courses each in seventh and eight semester, from a selected area of specialization. Currently, three specialization areas (Intelligent Systems and Business Analytics, E-Commerce and Web Application Development, and Climate Change Management ) are offered to the students.


A. Intelligent Systems and Business Analytics


Year :IV and Semester :I ( Specialization 1 and Specialization 2)

BIT421CO: Machine Learning

BIT422CO: Business Intelligence and Data Science BIT423CO: Deep Learning

Year: IV and Semester: II (Specialization 3 and Specialization 4)

BIT471CO:Natural Language Processing

BIT472MS:Supply Chain Analytics


B: Digital Commerce and Mobile application Development


Year :IV and Semester :I ( Specialization 1 and Specialization 2)

BIT428CO: Digital Commerce

BIT429CO:Multimedia and Application

Year :IV and Semester :II (Specialization 3 and Specialization 4)

BIT478CO: Big Data

BIT479CO: Mobile App development


C: Climate Change Management

Year :IV and Semester :I ( Specialization 1 and Specialization 2)


BIT437CO:Remote Sensing

BIT437CO: Data Center and Disaster Recovery Center

Year :IV and Semester :II (Specialization 3 and Specialization 4)

 BIT485CO: Incident Response and Management System

BIT486CO: Climate Change Risk Management

BIT487CO:Disaster Governance


Our Placement Cell is meant to help students build on and improve the abilities they’ve mastered in their studies. Employers with MoU signed with us, completely support students’ growth, evaluate their progress, and strive to create a positive learning atmosphere where students may exchange new ideas and expand their computational knowledge. The placement cell assists students in locating appropriate placement options. The support starts with CV preparation and interview methods and it also develops various soft skills that are essential for a professional career.
Some popular job profiles for a BIT graduate are:
Web developer
Mobile application developer
Software engineer
IT specialist
IT consultant
Cloud architect
Data Communication Engineer
Database Administrator
and many more


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