National College, since its beginnings in 1996, has maintained the same education philosophy that some timeless attributes of leadership, skills, intuition, ambition and humility will always be the pillars of developing better human resources.
I take immense pleasure and pride to share with you our joy unbound as National College reaches a very special milestone--25 years of establishment. As for me, personally, it is one of the most cherished moments of my life.
Designed to cater the need for identifying and intervening with the emerging issues and perennial social problems of global phenomenon and Nepalese context ...
BDFin is an interdisciplinary course that combines finance with management, research and development courses.
Bachelor in Development Studies (BDevS) is an internationally recognized and demand driven interdisciplinary academic program ...
Faculties and management staff have adopted various approaches to ensure effective learning strategies including:
Field study is a part and parcel of the academic programs of the College. Each semester, faculties and students conduct field studies in various parts of the country,
The National College students have participated in the Annual South Asian Economics Students’ Meet (SAESM) – also known as ‘mini economic summit’ separately held in Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Colombo (Sri Lanka)....
Much emphasis is given to enhance the research skills of the students. Curriculum have been developed accordingly including the research method, and Report and proposal writing courses. Research skills are embedded through Practical field studies very much from the beginning. Beside these students will have to do research project work
In continuation of the annual seminar on building sustainable society since 2013, BDevS batch of 2019 organized this event last time on July 28, 2020 where high-quality research papers focusing
Field study is a part and parcel of the academic programs of the College. Each semester, faculties and students conduct field studies in various parts of the country, and explore pertinent issues related to the courses being discussed in the classrooms. At the end of field trips, students present their findings to a wider audience consisting of faculty members, classmates as well as guests.
The districts that are generally covered during field studies include Chitwan, Dhading, Dolakha, Kabhre, Kaski, Kathmandu Valley, Lamjung, Makawanpur, Nawalparasi, Nuwakot, Palpa, Rupandehi, Sindhupalchok, Syangja and Tanahun.