Management and Accounting (25 X 1=25)
Management: Concept, Principles and Functions.
o Planning, organizing, directing, controlling and co-ordinationad space
o Motivation and performance evaluation
o Service delivery management
o Human Resource Management
Basic knowledge and emerging concept of Accounting system.ad space
o Accounting principles
o Types of Accounts
o Concept of Audit, Internal control system
o Ratio Analysis (Liquidity ratio, Turnover ratio, Profitability ratio, Solvency Ratio)
o Inventory Management
o Financial Statement (Profit and Loss Account, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement)
o Concept of Government Account.ad space
Economics and Banking (25 X 1=25)
Concept of Economics (Microeconomics and Macroeconomics)
Facets of Nepalese Economy
Macroeconomic Indicators: GDP, GNP, HDI, Per capita income, Investment, Consumption, Saving, Inflation, Public debt, Foreign Trade, Remittance, BOP, Price Index, Foreign exchange
Recent economic affairs.
Monetary and Fiscal Policies, trade policies, industrial policy, commercial policy.
Nepal Rastra Bank- history, organizational structure, functions, objectives.
Banking and financial Institutions- history and functions.
Banking Rules and Regulations (Nepal Rastra Bank Act 2058 BS, Bank And Financial
Institutions Act, AML/ CFT, Foreign Exchange Regulation Act 2019
Financial access and Financial Inclusion- Use of technology.
Capital market, Money market and Insurance : concept, history and function
Mathematics and Information Communication Technology (25 X 1=25)
Mathematics (15 X 1=15)
Fraction and Decimal
Profit and loss
Ratio and Proportion
Statistics (Mean, Median, Mode, Standard Deviation)
Information Communication Technology (10 X 1=10)
Computer- Concept, History and its Types
Computer hardware and software
Computer fundamentals and terminologies
Operating System (OS)
Basic security concepts
Nepal Rastra Bank, the Central Bank of Nepal, was established in 1956 under the Nepal Rastra Bank Act, 1955, to discharge the central banking responsibilities including guiding the development of the embryonic domestic financial sector. Since inception, there has been a significant growth in both the number and the activities of the domestic financial institutions.