Friday, December 14, 2007

Universities and colleges in Nepal

and colleges in nepal

Tribhuvan University

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Tribhuvan University

Logo of Tribhuvan University

Established 1959

Type Public

Chancellor Girija Prasad Koirala, Prime Minister of Nepal

Vice-Chancellor Not Appointed

Students 150,000

Location Kirtipur, Nepal


Tribhuvan University is the largest and the oldest university of Nepal. It is
situated in Kirtipur. The university was established in 1959 as the first
university of the country. It is the largest university in Nepal, With more than
150,000 students and faculty, this is the major university of Nepal.

There are institutes of medicine, engineering, science and technology, forestry
and faculties of social sciences and humanities, management, education and law.
Tribhuvan University also hosts four think tanks.

The university has 65 integral colleges and more than 200 affiliated colleges
throughout the country.

Kathmandu University

Kathmandu University

Vision Quality Education for Leadership

Established 1991

Type Public

Chancellor Prime Minister of Nepal

Vice Chancellor Professor Suresh Raj Sharma

Registrar Professor Bhadra Man Tuladhar

Location Dhulikhel, Nepal

Students 2072


Kathmandu University was started in 1991 with the motto "Quality Education for
Leadership". The University operates through its six Schools of Science,
Engineering, Management, Arts, Education and Medical sciences. The University is
operating from premises at Dhulikhel, Kathmandu and Bhaktapur.

As of 2000, the present number of students enrolled in Kathmandu University is
about 1268 and the number of students enrolled in the affiliated colleges are

Kathmandu University Medical School (KUMS) is one of the undergraduate
schools of Kathmandu University. It is located in Kavrepalanchok District,
Nepal. KUMS has about 221 students in the M.B.B.S. program.


The school was conceptualized by joint efforts of Dr.Arjun Karki, Kathmandu
University and Dhulikhel Hospital. It was established in 2001 in association
with B and B Hospital, Scheer Memorial Hospital and Hospital and Rehabilitation
Center for Disabled Children.

Aims and objectives

The school is a non-profit organization with a motto of producing "technically
competent and socially responsible" doctors. The main focus of the organization
is to improve the health status of Nepal.


Dean: Professor Dr Narendra Bahadur Rana

Associate Dean: Dr. Ram Kantha Makaju

The Administrative Director for Basic Science Block: Professor Dr N.P.Sinha and

The Academic Director for Basic Science Block: "Professor Dr. Kun Yong Sohn"

The Clinical Director: Professor Dr Ashok Kumar Banskota

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