October 2019

NIMS inks agreement with two colleges
Education
NIMS College has signed a formal agreement with Gaurishankar Multiple Campus (GMC) in Dolakha and Annapurna Model College (AMC) in Butuwal in order to enhance mutual cooperation in enhancing the reach of NIMS College beyond Kathmandu valley and extending support to these institutions in enhancing quality education. This is in line with NIMS vision of delivering global quality education in Nepal. As part of the collaborative agreements, the NIMS College offers support to GMC and [...]
Media Release: NIMS College and Western Sydney University, Australia signed a credit articulation agreement
Education
I am excited to announce that NIMS College has signed a credit articulation agreement with Australia’s Western Sydney University (Western) last month. Under this agreement, the NIMS College students who have successfully completed two years or more of the Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) course from NIMS College and fulfilled Western’s English requirement, can enrol in a Western Sydney University Bachelor of Accounting or Bachelor of Business, with an expected completion rate of two years [...]
Student Centered Training on Leadership, Creativity and Business Innovation Announced
Education
Rare opportunity of training from globally renown Professor on Creativity and Leadership! NIMS College is pleased to announce a course on Leadership, Creativity and Business Innovation for students of NIMS College and consortium partners of NIMS College. This is part of a larger initiative of NIMS College entitled Academic and Personal Competency Enhancement Training Systems (APCETS). APCETS is designed as an additional and complementary system of learning on top of the curriculum of Tribhuvan University [...]
Research and engagement in higher education teaching and learning
Education
By Dr Mani Ram Banjade and Mr Ishwari Banjade The landscape of higher education teaching and learning marks a remarkable shift. As per the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, the number of students enrolled in higher education institutions continue to rise. It is expected that the number of enrolments will reach 594.1 million by 2040 compared to 214.1 million in 2015. Despite the improvement in students enrolment globally, enhancing the quality of teaching-learning remains a major [...]