Little Angels' is considered a pioneer in the field of education, dedicated to educating and transforming children through inspiration. Since its inception in 1981 as a modest school for sixty-day scholars in a rented house, it has impacted the lives of hundreds of young minds, developing skills and assisting students in realizing their true potential. The college is now considered one of the country's most prominent educational institutions.
Little Angels' College of Management (LACM), which is affiliated with Kathmandu University, provides bachelor's degrees in Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Information System and Bachelor in Hospitality Management programs.
Little Angels' College Of Management (LACM) is built upon a strong foundation of academic excellence. Established in 1999, LACM has already developed a reputation for excellence in its outstanding management education.
Our vision is to create one of the finest leading management and hospitality colleges focusing on entrepreneurial and career oriented programs in Nepal having diversified students for quality Education with affordable price.
LACM is driven by the mission to provide students with the best knowledge, skills, and practical exposure they need to succeed and encompass in a well-rounded educational and social work environment.
Little Angels’ College of Management (LACM) stands on the strong foundation of the academically reputed institution of Little Angles’.
The course faculty members are more than just lecturers. They coordinate the course content and motivate students towards a self-learning process.
We have established a good relationship with the corporate houses, where our graduates regularly visit, work, and learn the real execution of business management and strategies.
The BBA, BBIS, and BHM programs are affiliated to Kathmandu University (KU) in direct coordination with Kathmandu University School of Management.
The psychological counseling services encourage each student's development and empower them. Aside from guiding students in making educated decisions about academics, vocations, and life objectives, the counselor also aids students in exploring potentials, pursuing goals, and understanding their set of abilities and how to use them effectively.
Tutors with proven competency and experience provide tutoring to students who require extra attention select courses.
The library at LACM has a large collection of books covering a wide range of topics. There is something to pique and engross every reader's curiosity, from scholarly studies to classic books, inspiring autobiographies on famous characters, and remarkable lives. Students can use the facility to conduct research and finish projects and assignments.
Computer education has become a required part of the curriculum due to the rapid growth of technology. An IT department staffed by highly qualified specialists, as well as state-of-the-art hi-tech computer labs, ensure that all students' technological demands and requirements are met.
The convenience store is available for students to easily buy essential items, toiletries, and stationery within the LACM premises.
The Placement Cell is a podium for aspiring students to meet and interact with their prospective employers. The department organizes various workshops and on campus hiring programs to assist the students in raising their possibility of being hired.
Internships are designed to assist students gain a better understanding of real-world work situations, engage with professionals, and explore a variety of career options. LACM students participate in internship programs in management, technology, and the hospitality and tourism industries both domestically and globally.
Nepali and non-Nepali nationals with a minimum of 50 percent in aggregate or CGPA 2.0 on a scale of 4 and a minimum "C" grade in each subject from a university/board recognized by Kathmandu University with a Plus two degree or equivalent study program of at least two years duration in any discipline with a minimum of 50 percent marks in aggregate or CGPA 2.0 on a scale of 4 and a minimum "C" grade in each subject. GCE Advanced Level students must have passed at least three subjects at A level and one general paper at AS level with the above-mentioned marks/grades.
Nepali or non-Nepali nationals with a minimum of 50 percent in aggregate or a CGPA of 2.0 on a scale of 4.0 and a minimum ‘D+' grade in each subject from a university/board recognized by Kathmandu University with a 10+2 or intermediate or equivalent level study program of at least two years duration in any discipline with a minimum of 50 percent in aggregate or a CGPA of 2.0 on a scale of 4.0 and a minimum ‘D+' A minimum of three topics at A-Level and one general exam at AS Level are required for GCE Advanced Level students.
Note: During the admissions process, these criteria may alter based on the school's choice.