Thursday, May 14, 2020

Universities in Nepal

Recently, there are six universities offering higher education in Nepal: Tribhuvan University (TU), Pokhara University (Pokhu), Mahendra Sanskrit University (MSU), Lumbini Buddha University (LBU),  Poorvanchal University (Puru) and Kathmandu University (KU). 

BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS) and National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS) offering undergraduate and postgraduate level medical courses.

There are other institutions, such as the Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) and the Center for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTIVT), which offer higher education programs in both liberal. 

List of Universities of Nepal

Tribhuvan University, Nepal Sanskrit University, Kathmandu University, Pokhara University,
Agriculture and Forestry University, Purbanchal University, Lumbini Bouddha University, 
Far-western University, Mid Western University and Nepal Open University

Founded in 1959, Tribhuvan University is the oldest public university in Asia. Considering the diversity of registration, TU is the most important university in Asia. And the tenth largest university in the world. Tribhuvan University offers a large number of programs and courses with over 3000 College Match programs and 2000 graduate programs. As of March 2017, there were sixty constitutional campuses, one and 084 related schools across the country.

The Asian Country Sanskrit Language University, formerly known as Mahendra Sanskrit Language University, is located in Belizundi, headquartered dong thirteen clicks from Gorhi. Established in 1986, the university offers intermediate and classical subjects in intermediate or northern media, graduate or science, masters or professorship and scholarly courses. The university has twelve parts and thirteen related schools (campuses) in the country.

Meeting the need for the establishment of associate degree autonomy for teaching / learning activities and analysis at multiple levels of Sanskrit language. The educational system of the Sanskrit language to the best of the country.

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