Student Criteria

MBA


Eligibility

Bachelor Pass with CGPA above 2.75 or 50% (Note:  The final decision of admission is dependent on the basis of performance scores of an applicant in the MBA entrance examination process conducted by KFA Business School prior to the enrolment of the student..)

Mode

The classes are held in regular mode six days a week.

Course Duration

The course duration of the MBA program is 2 Years.

Credit

The total credit completed after the successful completion of the MBA Program is 70 credits

Academic Term

It is a Semester System, and the Board Exams are held every six months

BHM


Eligibility

+2 Pass with 50% above

Course Duration

The course duration of the BHM program is 4 Years.

Academic Term

It is a Semester System, and the Board Exams are held every six months

Credit

Voice of students

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  • The faculty members and Academic department facilitate us in much comfortable way than I thought. I have studied in other colleges in the past but there is no other place like KFA . They guide us to be professional and teach us the contemporary way.

    Anju Duwal - BHM 7th Semester
  • The environment at KFA is sociable and friendly. The lively class atmosphere always encourages and strengthens our determination.

    Robin Rana - BHM 8th Semester
  • Practical classes are my best place at KFA. It offers rich and dynamic collection of academic and professional mixture that no other BHM college offers. The practical instructors are the best among all.

    Sujita Rajbhandari - BHM 5th Semester
  • KFA has changed the way I look at myself. I am more confident and secured about myself. Life at KFA has  made a positive impact on the way I see myself.

    Yunisha Gurung - BHM 3rd Semester

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