Janjyoti Multiple Campus was established in 2058 by a team of education enthusiasts. The sole aim of the campus is to raise the quality of education in the Far Western Development Region. Hence, the campus not only believes in imparting quality education but also focuses on preparing competent and trustworthy citizens for facing the challenges of New Nepal. This is done by positive and holistic approach to education. High academic standard is a priority of the campus and achieved through dedicated services of team of a highly qualified staff.
With the private investment, Janjyoti Multiple Campus has been established to fulfill the demand of education in the Far Western Region. The campus has been providing education at the very nominal fee. The campus focuses on quality and students' discipline. The passed out students of this campus have been teaching in different schools of Kanchanpur district. In the 12 years' period of time, about fifteen thousand students have been produced from this campus.
Janjyoti Mulktiple Campus offers plus two programs: Education, Management, Humanities and Science affiliated to Higher Secondary Education Board of Nepal, and B.Ed, BBS, Bachelor in Arts and Master in Education affiliated to Tribhuvan University.
Janjyoti Multiple Campus runs plus two program on Hotel Management and Travel & Tourism. This program at Janjyoti focuses on theoretical and practical knowledge of national and international levels of Hotel Management along with Tourism.
To facilitate the learning of modern computer technology, the campus has a highly equipped computer lab especially for the students of plus two computer science. The campus has well- equipped science laboratory, resourceful library, and spacious classrooms.
Janjyoti Multiple Campus is located at Bhansi Ward No.18 of Mahendranagar (Bhim Datt) Municipality. It is a very peaceful spot for the sound academic environment far from the clang and clatter of the town. From 2075 BS, Janajyoti Multiple Campus also started offering BCA program in Mahendra Nagar