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Universal college was established in 1998 by a team of professionals. The mission of Universal college is to make itself a centre of excellence in Nepal by offering a student-focused teaching-learning environment so as to educate students for leadership roles in business and behavioral sciences.
Along with +2 program, Universal College offers graduate and post-graduate programs such as BBS, BBA, BSc in Biochemistry, BA with English, Journalism and Sociology as major subjects and MA in English in affiliation with Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu. The standard of the Universal college is substantiated by its outstanding academic performance every year at its all levels. As a result, Universal College has an international reputation for excellence in education and our students are recognized all over the world.
Motto: We do not give fish to our students, we teach hem fishing skills.
There will be a written examination of 100 marks to be eligible for the enrollment in Class XI at Universal College. Out of 100 marks, 20 marks for English, 40 for Maths, 30 marks for Science and 10 marks for General Knowledge are allocated. The students have to secure 40% to be qualified in Science program.
The students of Management and Humanities have also to face written examination of English, Maths and GK Only and 40% marks are required for admission.
The students have to face an interview of 20 marks. The interview will be based on the courses which they have already passed.
Interaction does not carry any marks but it will be an asset to maintain their higher degree of belonging and responsibility. Universal College encourages the parents and guardians in regular visiting the colleges throughout the academic year.
BBA- morning shift, 7:00 to12.30
BBS- morning shift, 6.15 to 10.30
BSc CSIT- morning shift, 7:00 to13:00
BA- morning shift, 6:15 to 10:30
MA- morning shift, 6:15 to 9.40
Universal College provides merit/need based significant number of scholarships under several titles. Deserving students may get detailed description of scholarship provision from the college administration.