Education is a right and not a privilege. It is indeed the differentiating characteristic in success. The positive impact of Education on earning, wages, and economic growth is well documented. It is, therefore, an outlook that gives a definite purpose in life. Although education may encompass information, knowledge, and skills, its boundary extends far beyond these points. Garnering wisdom, insight and selfless ambitions are also encompassed by education. The education, in fact, is the elixir to becoming a responsible citizen and a good human being. The preceding sentences are a precise depiction of what NMC has envisaged.
New Millennium College has existed for more than a decade and has been playing a seminal role in the growth of the educational sector in Nepal. By virtue of being housed in Kathmandu, it attracts the best of the minds in the country-be it faculty or students.
With education at an inflection point, we at NMC are conscious of our responsibility as a premier institution of the country and therefore, groom future leaders by following a judicious blend of theory and practice, using highly innovative teaching pedagogy. The approach to pedagogy combines fieldwork, case studies and instrumented feedback with a strong emphasis on concepts and theory. The intent is to encourage intellectual curiosity and open minds to the adventure of ideas. Our endeavor is to produce system thinkers and problem solvers, who go in to make this world a better place to live. And our alumni, who we consider our assets, are a testimony to the fact.
NMC rewards initiative, novelty and thinking outside the box. Our students are individualists of enormous intellectual energy with a talent for collaboration and teamwork. We are a group of diverse individuals, who possess flair and dynamism that develops in a metropolis like Kathmandu and thrive on challenges both inside and outside the classroom.
If you are stimulated by cost-effective and high value-adding degrees and motivated by rigorous academics, then NMC is the place for you.
Shyam Prasad Mainali