NATIONAL COLLEGE AT A GLANCE
• The only college in South Asia to introduce Bachelor in Development Studies (BDevS), Bachelor in Development Finance (BDFin) and Bachelor of Social Sciences (BoSS) programs for the first time
• 589 students (BDevS 458, and BDFin 131) have graduated from the College
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" My time in National College, Baluwatar were best years of my life. It helped me to adapt my daily life to the rapidly changing social and political scenario of the country. It taught me that change and development takes time and all we have to do is - be hopeful. "
" I distinctly remember the day I entered national college as that was the day my life changed forever and the day July was 7, 2006. I was just fresh out of +2 waiting for my result and wondering what subject to chose as I knew that whatever subject I was going to chose from here on out will determine my future forever. So like most student do I looked at various colleges and subject and in the process of doing that I landed up at the gate of National College. Once there I got to know about this new course called Development Studies and was amazed by the variety of subjects that was covered by the course from sociology to economics to environment. As I heard all these I immediately decided that this was the subject for me and got admitted to the college and that was the best decision I have ever made in my life. The college not only gave me the knowledge on the subject itself but it gave me a variety of skills beyond the books which has helped me to compete and standout in the competitive job market of present time. Today I am happily working as a researcher for one of the reputed organization of the country and everything that I have achieved so far in my career and life is all thanks to National College and for that I am eternally gratefully to National College. "
" The Nepal Japan Exchange Program, brought in by National College proved to be an ascending step, both in my personal and professional life. The experience was one of a kind; completely new and embedded with variance of flavors such as: Cross Cultural Experience, First Hand Research Practices, exposure to manifold manner of institutions. With an addition to that, it gave me an opportunity to build friendship with the Japanese people who bear a culture as rich as ours and at the same time, carry with themselves the perspectives of the First World Citizens. "