CAMS College of Business and Information Technology
CAMS offers undergraduate (BS/BBA) degree of University of Karachi, utilizing innovative technology, academic knowledge and exposure to practical industry experience with sound business ethics foundation. Our graduates make immediate and valuable contribution to their companies and are located all over the world.
CAMS College of Business and Information Technology (CCBIT) was constituted in January 2001 for the conduct of undergraduate degree programs in affiliation with the University of Karachi. CCBIT is a sister concern of CAMS, formulated under a separate Board of Governors.
CAMS College of Accounting and Management Sciences
The CAMS College of Accounting and Management Sciences has imparted education in the fields of Accounting and Finance, Business Administration, and Commerce since 1994. With more than 25 years of experience, the management is committed to provide value-based education with the aim of preparing the next generation to meet the challenges of a dynamically fluctuating business environment.
We offer undergraduate degree programs (BS/BBA and ADC/B.COM) of University of Karachi, professional Accounting courses of ACCA-UK and CA-ICAP, and Intermediate in Commerce of Board of Intermediate Education of Karachi (BIEK).
University of Karachi
University of Karachi is a public university located in Karachi. It is one of the oldest universities in Pakistan established as a federal university in 1951. It is located in the northern part of Karachi and built over 1200 acres of land. It comprises eight faculties; Arts, Science, Pharmacy, Management and Administrative Science, Islamic Learning, Medicine, law, and Education.
BS (Business Administration)/BBA
CAMS College of Business and Information Technology has been affiliated with the University of Karachi since 2001. CAMS offers BS (Business Administration)/BBA program with specializations in:
Our Business Administration program is carefully crafted to deliver in-depth academic knowledge to students and inculcate entrepreneurial skills amongst them through rigorous training and frequent engagement with corporate sectors. The curriculum is designed to give them advanced understanding of management and interpersonal skills and also cover all aspects of expertise that are required to succeed in national and multinational organizations.
BS (Business Administration) morning program is offered to students of HSC (Intermediate) and A’ Levels from all disciplines i.e Pre Medical, Pre Engineering, Commerce, Humanities, Home Economics etc. Eligibility:
- A’ Level (3 passes with minimum ‘C’ grades)
- Intermediate with minimum 45% marks
Students who are awaiting results can apply on the basis of the results of their last class attended
This program is offered to two years degree holders of B.Com, BA, BCS and BSc from recognized universities. These degree holders can enroll in the fifth semester of regular BS program and complete the final two years of a four years degree of University of Karachi at CAMS.
The graduates of University of Karachi’s BS program at CAMS are recognized as outstanding graduates by the corporate sector in Pakistan. Most graduates are engaged with their professional life within two months of their graduation. Some students opt for further studies with international universities and professional bodies. Our Alumni are well placed. Following is a glimpse of some graduates who have excelled globally and nationwide in the corporate sector;
- Adil Zakir – VP Implementation, AmCheck, USA
- Nabeel Ahmed Siddiqui – Head of Marketing, SZABIST
- Adnan Khan Niazi – AVP, UBL
- Bosco Sales – Sr. Manager, Investment Banking, JS Global Capital Ltd
- Rabia Abdul Rehman – Investigation Officer, NBA
Our BS/BBA program is a two semester program and we admit students in
- April-May for August orientation
- September-October for January orientation
FEE STRUCTURE FOR BS/BBA
SESSION 2023 – 2024
|Prospectus & Admission Form||500|
|Admission fee waiver (40% Off)||(20,000)|
- The semester fee is charged at the start of each semester
- Fees are not refundable
- Payments can be made via Bank Pay order drawn in favor of CAMS Private Limited or in cash at the head office or at any branch of Bank AL Habib
- Enrollment (one time) and semester-wise examination fees are charged separately by the University of Karachi
BS/BBA shall follow the rules prescribed by the University of Karachi for affiliated colleges and Semester Examination Rules codified by the University. These are available at the University bookstore and BS/BBA Library for students. Some important issues are highlighted below.
The academic year is divided into two semesters:
Spring Semester: January – June
Fall Semester: July – December
Enrollment with the University of Karachi
Students would be enrolled with the University of Karachi and would be charged enrollment fee (as mentioned in the fees structure section), which is separate from CAMS BS/BBA fees. As per University rules, students are not allowed to enroll in another degree program concurrently.
A student enrolled in any program whose tuition fee is overdue by more than 2 weeks would not be entitled to remain on the student register and his/her name shall be removed. After removal from the register, the student will not be allowed to continue in the program. If the student wishes to be re-admitted into the program, a reinstatement fee of Rs.2,000/= shall be charged.
Students are required to attend 85% of the lectures as per University semester rules. Certain exemptions may be granted to students by the Director in extra-ordinary circumstances faced by an individual student. The student seeking such an exemption need to apply to the Director, mentioning his/her circumstances requiring such exemption.
Absence from classes shall also seriously limit a student’s ability to pass or do well. In cases where a student is seeking special consideration or having progress reviewed, a good record of class attendance may be helpful in showing evidence of commitment to the program.
Students failing to meet the minimum attendance requirement may be reprimanded and/or debarred from sitting in future tests, term, or comprehensive examinations.
The assessment may include a variety of forms such as written examinations, assignments, essays, project reports, presentations, field-work or other forms of assessment appropriate to the objectives of the subject.
The assessment details for each subject are included in the documentation provided at the commencement of each semester. It is important that the students read such information carefully and are clear about the requirements to pass each subject.
As a general guideline, CCBIT faculty shall follow the distribution of marks in a course:
a) Mid-Term Exam
e) Comprehensive Exam
Final Exam by Karachi University
The Final Exam shall be set and conducted by the University of Karachi.
Following is the detail of grading Approved by University of Karachi for BBA/BS, BCS and MBA running in CAMS.
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|90 & above||A+||4||12|
In order to graduate, a student is required to maintain a Cumulative GPA of 2.2 during the program. In some cases, a student with a CGPA of 2.0 may be allowed to re-take a course to improve his GPA, with the permission of the Dean of Faculty of Business Administration of the University of Karachi.
There shall be no supplementary or make-up examinations.
Students should follow specific guidelines determined by the course instructor. This is particularly important in relation to footnote and bibliography standards. In addition, students should check their spelling, grammar, syntax and where relevant the accuracy of the typing.
It is important to note that you should adhere to essay word limits as marks are awarded for quality not quantity and more or excessive work may not be viewed as being better. In many cases work exceeding the required length will be penalized.
Most assignment, projects, essays, case studies, etc, require you to argue a point of view or to demonstrate how you think about an issue – your ability to analyze, diagnose, recommend and implement decision situations.
Many students confuse thinking and writing with collecting descriptive material. It should be limited to what is necessary and be in proportion to the other requirements of arguing and thinking. A lot of description material, no matter how well presented, does not make a good piece of work.
Students will be heavily penalized and possible excluded from the program if they are found submitting work which is not their own or which uses large portions of unacknowledged materials. The normal minimum penalty for such conduct is an ‘F’ grade that assignment/project. Repeat offenders shall be liable to heavier penalties including an ‘F’ grade for the subject and/or expulsion from the program.
Consulting a book article during an examination (except for “open book” examinations), or attempting to communicate or receive assistance from, or copy from the paper of, or providing assistance to another candidate during examinations is not permitted and may incur heavy penalties. Where such misconduct occurs, CAMS BS/BBA shall convene a disciplinary board to conduct an investigation and review the case. The decision of the board shall be final.
Due dates for assignments/projects should be followed by students and work submitted after the due dates will be penalized. Students must seek permission in advance, wherever possible, for any variation to the assessment requirements, including extension of time for assignments or if not sitting for a set examination or class test. Your request should have your reasons and relevant supporting information, such as a doctor’s certificate, where applicable. If you do not seek such permission, you may not be allowed to submit the assignment or re-sit the examination or class test.
Final grades are released by the University of Karachi through an issuance of a provisional marks sheet in the name of each student. A consolidated marks sheet is issued by the University to each student upon graduation.
The University of Karachi shall retain the final examination scripts and project reports.
CAMS BS/BBA may consider your performance unsatisfactory to the extent that you should be excluded from the program. This applies especially when you fail the same subject twice. In this case, you should regard it as automatic that CAMS BS/BBA will take steps to exclude you. Exclusion processes should be regarded as operative from the day of the posting by CAMS BS/BBA of the result for the subject in which you have failed for the second time. Unless a written appeal is lodged within 7 working days from the receipt of the exclusion notice, it will be assumed that you have accepted CAM BS/BBA’s decision to exclude you.
Students may seek permission from the Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration, University of Karachi, for the third attempt in passing a subject in case of special circumstances.
A student may decide to cancel his admission in the program. Such as step should be carefully considered by the student as after cancellation the student shall be treated as a new admission if he wishes to re-join the program. The student should inform the Program Director in writing, mentioning the reasons for cancellation of admission. Normally, such a decision should be taken prior to the commencement of a semester, and no later than the 4th week of a semester. Fees are not refunded when a student withdraws from a subject or cancels enrollment after the 4th week of commencement of classes. All fees of the University of Karachi are non-refundable.
Modular System for BS (BBA) – Four Years Program
(144 Credit Hours Consisting of 48 Courses)
Business English–I (Grammar)
Islamic Studies (For Muslims) or Ethical Behavior (For Non-Muslims)
Introduction to Business
Computer Application in Business
Business English–II (Composition)
Money & Banking
History of Ideas
Oral Communication & Presentation Skills
Leadership and Social Responsibility
Small & Medium Enterprise (SME)
Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
Principles of Accounting
Principles of Management
Principles of Marketing
Introduction to Business Finance
Cost & Managerial Accounting
Production & Operation Management
Human Resource Management
Project Development, Evaluation and Feasibility
Business Research Methods
Business Law and Regulations
Supply Chain Management
Corporate Performance and Planning
Treasury & Fund Management
Leading & Team Work
The library consists of a large collection of books concerning various disciplines of business and computer science. Besides providing supplemental reading material for college courses, there are also books of general interest. CAMS subscribes to newspapers, international and national magazines and academic publications and journals.
Students have access to the computer lab, with over 15 workstations, networked with internet connectivity, scanning and laser printing facility. Word processing, database and spreadsheet software are available for students. An IT Supervisor is also available for assistance and guidance. The College cafeteria offers snacks and meals, soft drinks and tea for students and staff.
Girls Common Room
A separate Girls Common/Prayer Room with a washroom facility is available.
College Van Private transport contractors provide transport facility to students commuting from various areas of Karachi. At the time of admissions, students needing college transport should enquire from Admin Office about the charges and timings of the college transport.
Work placement internships are an integral part of BS/BBA curriculum. The students are required to acquire industry experience during their coursework. Internships during the summer break are mandatory for all students. Part-time students in the evening program are exempted from this requirement.
Job Placement Office
CAMS job placement office assists students in obtaining internships and job interviews for BS/BBA students and graduates. The job placement office also organizes Recruiters’ Day, inviting recruiters from national and multi-national companies to talk about their companies and speak with our students.