Himalayan WhiteHouse International College (College of Management and Technology)

Ramshahpath, Putalisadak, Kathmandu
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Salient Features

Department of Student Affair (DOSA)

The Department of Student Affairs (DSA) is the student representing body at WhiteHouse which works to elevate students' extracurricular experience and helps excel in different aspects of an exciting student life at the college. DoSA also acts as a bridge between the students and management that foster innovation creativity and initiatives that originate directly from the students. The department is managed completely by either an alumni / and a graduating student. This also gives an opportunity for the students to become academically as well as professionally engaged. The department focuses on managing student events, designing student growth, development programs, and handling students' queries and suggestion. 

Business and Economic Research Cell (BeREC) 

HWIC has started Business and Economic Research Cell (BeREC) where students, faculties and scholars are engaged in research activities in business and economic disciplines. BeRC publishes bi-annual Business and Economic Research Journal. The Cell also organizes national and international conferences annually. BeREC has maximum participation of students for the seminar and internship report writing on various themes. Students learn via hands on training on data analysis, scientific writing and international research paper replication followed by numerous short training courses. 

LeadBox Toastmasters Club 

LeadBox Toastmasters Club is a vibrant and supportive community working towards developing better communicators and leaders. The Club provides an encouraging and an active platform to develop public speaking and leadership skills along with mentorship. The Club not just provide a platform to practice public speaking skills in front of an audience but also provide effective feedback on how to improve skills in order to become the best public speaker. WhiteHouse has established the LeadBox Toastmasters Club of WhiteHouse Kathmandu where the students can improve their communication, public speaking and leadership skills.

 White House Entrepreneurship and Development Cell (WeDC)

White House Entrepreneurship and Development Cell (WeDC) explores entrepreneurial thirst and spirit inside Whitehousians and serves as a platform for idea generation, screening and implementation The Cell supports students to start new venture through expert service and helps them in business consulting, networking as well as funding opportunities. The cell also conducts different types of workshops and trainings to connect with start-up consultants and supporters. 


Admission Guidelines

BHM

Eligibility: 

  • A minimum of Grade D+ or CGPA 1.6 in all subject.

Selection Procedure

  • Appear in White House Management Admission Test (WHAT)
  • Written Test          50
  • Interview              50

BBA and BLAS

Eligibility: 

  • A minimum of CGPA C with at least D+ in all subjects in +2 or equivalent exams.

Selection Procedure

  • Appear in White House Admission Test (WHAT)
  • Written Test          50
  • Interview              50

Graduation Requirements

  • A minimum of 2.00 CGPA at the end of the course.
  • Maximum time period allowed for the completion of the course: 14 semesters (7 years).

MBA

Documents Required

  • SLC/SEE: Mark Sheet and Character Certificate
  • +2 & Bachelor: Academic Transcript, Character Certificate, Provisional Certificate and Original Migration Certificate.

 Eligibility: 

  • Applicants must have minimum 45% or 2.00 CGPA in Bachelor Level

 Selection Procedure

  • Written Test: White House General Aptitude Test (WGAT)
  • Group Discussion
  • Interview

   Intakes: 

  • July/August (Fall season) - 30 seats
  • January/February (Spring season) - 30 seats

EMBA

Documents Required

  • SLC/SEE: Mark Sheet and Character Certificate 
  • +2 & Bachelor: Academic Transcript, Character Certificate, Provisional Certificate and Original Migration Certificate.
  • Job experience: Letter from the organization

Eligibility: 

  • A Minimum of 2.00 CGPA or 45% in Bachelor level or equivalent exams + 1 year of work experience , Or
  • A minimum of 40% in Bachelor level or equivalent exams + 2 year of work experience 

(Note: Work experience gained after the completion of Bachelor's degree is only taken into account.)

Selection Procedure

  • Written Test: White House Graduate Admission Test (WGAT)
  • Interview

Intakes: 

  • July/August (Fall season) - 30 seats
  • January/February (Spring season) - 30 seats

BE Civil &  in Biotechnology (B. Tech)

+2 (Biology or Physical group)/Diploma or equivalent degrees with minimum of “C” in each subject or 45% in aggregate.

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

BHM

White House College offers Scholarships for the deserving applicants on merit basis. For this, aspirants must submit a written application addressed to the head of the college.  

BBA and BLAS

White House College offers Scholarships for the deserving applicants on merit basis. For this, aspirants must submit a written application addressed to the head of the respective program. 

Merit/Scholarship offers (For BBA and BLAS)

  • Semester SGPA 3.25 and above:Scholarship amount Rs. 5,000 in next semester.
  • Semester SGPA 3.50 and above:Scholarship amount Rs. 10,000 in next semester.
  • Semester SGPA 4.00 and above:Scholarship amount Rs. 20,000 in next semester.
  • If the scholarship of 10% and above is granted earlier, clauses will not be applicable.
  • Scholarships will be granted till sixth semester only. 

MBA

  • a. HWIC Retention Scholarships (seats: five) all retained WhiteHouse graduates two-third
  • (67%) waiver on Admission Fee
  • b. HWIC merit stipends seats unlimited Securing 3.5 to below 4.00 SGPA- stipends amount
  • NPR. 10,000/- in the next semester and securing 4.00 SGPA amount NPR. 20,000/- in the
  • next semester (Applicable for 1st & 2 nd Semester).

EMBA

  • At least two candidates from the same organization join together, each candidate will be provided a waiver of Rs. 5,000 in the last installment of the program fee.
  • If three or more candidates from the same organization join together, each candidate will be provided a waiver of Rs. 10,000 in the last installment of the program fee.

BE Civil & Biotechnology(B.Tech)

  • Merit: 5 percent of total admitted students on the basis of entrance examination.
  • Reservation: 5 percent of total admitted students on the basis of reservation quota.

ABOUT US

Himalayan WhiteHouse International College-CMT is located in Ramshahpath, Putalisadak, Kathmandu. It was established in the year 2001 A.D., with a vision of ‘Center for Excellence in Education’ as one of the leading Management and Technology Colleges in Nepal. It has been offering quality education with a profound knowledge of college management strategies. The college is therefore ranked as the top leading institution providing Management, Hospitality, Engineering, and Liberal Arts programs in Nepal.

The college has been providing undergraduate programs in Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM), Bachelor in Liberal Arts & Science (BLAS), Bachelor of Civil Engineering (B.E. Civil), and Bachelor in Bio-Technology (B.Tech) courses. It has also offered graduate programs in Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) courses.

WhiteHouse focuses on the combined approach to quality academics, outstanding faculties, and state-of-the-art facilities to mold students for global competition and challenge to become global achievers and leaders. Further, they are groomed with organization, communication, innovation, and leadership skills in an environment where they are challenged, encouraged, and equipped for their career options.

Vision

To be a center of excellence in professional education, research, and training thus producing graduates and professionals with exceptional leadership qualities to serve national and global needs. 

Commitment:

  • To provide opportunities for quality education for all deserving students.
  • To design and deliver curricula meeting the national and global changing needs through student-centric learning methodologies as well as through well trained and supportive faculties.
  • To promote overall personality with alumni, academia, and industry.
  • To strengthen the educational social responsibilities of the institution.

Values

  •  Commitment
  •  Professionalism
  •  Integrity
  •  Competitiveness
  •  Openness to diversity
  •  Entrepreneurship

Message from the Principal

Toya Narayan Poudel

It gives me immense pleasure to welcome you all on the premises of the Himalayan WhiteHouse International College, School of Science and Technology. We are proceeding ahead with the motto of “Quality Education for The Nation” creating the fully conducive environment for skill manpower.   The educational scenario around the globe is constantly changing, and has been welcoming new sorts of practices and programs. Technical education plays the vital role in changing society and quality of life. Considering the necessity of the modern era our college has been conducting technical as well as management programs. With the committed and qualified faculties, along with the top-notch technical minds and skills, our college aims to provide quality education. Education is not just a process of giving knowledge and ethics but to guide one’s life in a right path creating the job opportunity oneself or exploring the new idea in this challenging world.

I would like to urge the aspirant of the technical education that they have to start keeping the deep interest of changing them as “The starting point of all achievement is desire”, when one desires he/she certainly meets the targets. Here in this college, we nurture our students to become confident, compassionate, and enthusiastic about the many opportunities that the world has to offer. They become resilient problem-solvers who see the world with discerning, thoughtful and compassionate eyes.  They are not only the local citizens but also the global citizens ready to take on the world and accept any new challenges that the world will throw at them in this period of globalization.  They learn today, so that they will lead tomorrow, what we expect. An engineer should have ethical principles and professionalism. He/she should be administrator, manager, entrepreneur and many more. So, here in this college one can soar enjoying other faculties and spectrum which is essential in this competitive era.

Thus, I would provide warm reception to you all who have the keen interest of cherishing the dreams of technical graduates and masters. I urge all parents/ guardians/ well-wishers not to hesitate to visit us in college premises at Putalisadak, Kathmandu. We will provide not the fish but the fishing rod and skill, which supports the learners in their entire life.