message from chairperson
It gives me immense pleasure to extend sincere gratitude to all the stakeholders, including students, parents, teachers as well as the management committee members, for their valuable contribution in strengthening the teaching-learning process at the Koteshwor Multiple Campus (KMC). Their indefatigable attempts have made possible for the campus to reach its present height.
I take this splendid opportunity to significantly value the commitment of the campus to make the educational experience of the campus more quality-oriented. As the campus has already submitted Self-Study Report (SSR) to the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Nepal to participate in the process of UGC-led Quality Assurance and Accreditation (QAA) program. Thus, I am confident that the collective efforts of all the students, parents, faculty members, management committee and community will help to initiate further reforms.
Today, while KMC has successfully completed the 30 years of educational achievement with the assistance of dedicated and experienced faculty members, administrative staff, visionary management committee, and hardworking students, we leave no stone unturned in achieving the long-cherished vision of contributing to bring positive and constructive changes in the society by providing quality education at affordable price. QAA program is anticipated to help us in materializing the same as its entire process intends to assure and ascertain the policy level, institutional level, curricular level and infrastructure level reforms. Having shifted to new building located at Jadibuti, with over 3000 students and more than four dozens dedicated and qualitative teachers engaged in the faculties of Commerce, Education, and Humanities, the Campus is planning to launch more streams and specializations as per the demand of time and need of the society.
During the unprecedented crisis, triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, KMC tried its best to reduce the impact of pandemic on the regular teaching leaning process by initiating the online classes for the students, which helped the campus to incorporate latest technologies in the teaching-learning processes.
Until today, campus has performed significantly well in all the disciplines; thus, I would like to take this opportunity to wish KMC a better success in implementing its vision and mission, and reforming its policies as to be instructed by the PRT from the University Grants Commission, which is awaited at the moment.
I sincerely request guardians, teachers, staff, students, educationists, social workers and business communities to extend their generous supports in making this institution as a center of educational excellence.
Ram Babu Nepal
Chairperson, Campus Management Committee