Nepal College of Management, promoted by Gurukul Education Foundation and affiliated to Kathmandu University, was established in August 1999, with the goal of imparting excellent learning in business education.
The intensification of the globalization process has exposed the domestic economy to increased risks and challenges besides providing opportunities in the different spheres of the economy including the education sector. NCM has been effortful in meeting the education standards and expectations in response to the modern-day business needs and requirements. Striving to impart quality education with analytical and practical orientation, the NCM has emerged as one of the pioneer business schools in the country today. NCM has been committed to, and attained continued success in, contributing to the development of business education in general and the students’ academic and professional goals in particular.
By introducing specialized courses in the pertinent areas of business significance, NCM has given focused attention to developing innovative pedagogies coupled with deploying sound methods of educational delivery for grooming professionals who are highly skilled, vibrant, and confident. As the College run by a trust, the NCM believes that education should be imparted with a social conviction and not as a process of obtaining vested motive in violation of academic and social responsibility.
In year 2010 NCM started a new program – Bachelor in Hospitality Management (BHM)- a practical oriented and industry relevant study program of high disciplinary rigor that equips students with substantial grounding
Nepal College of Management is promoted and run by Gurukul Education Foundation, a not-for-profit educational trust, in affiliation with world class Kathmandu University.
Message from the dean
Nepal is currently undergoing a phase of massive changes politically, socially, culturally and economically. With promulgation of new constitutions, the political structure in Nepal changed from unitary to federal states with implications on