Kathmandu University is a vibrant institution with diverse student clubs catering to various interests and passions. The Forum for Pharmacy (FOP) provides a platform for aspiring pharmacists to enhance their knowledge and skills. The Nature and Social Concern Society (NSCS) fosters a sense of environmental and social responsibility among students. The Forum for Environment Conservation and Management (FECAM) promotes sustainable practices and preserving the natural world.
The Kathmandu University Biotechnology Creatives (KUBiC) club encourages innovation and creativity in the biotechnology field.
The Kathmandu University Computational Mathematics Club (KUCMC) engages students in the exciting world of computational mathematics. The Kathmandu University Agriculture Club (KUAC) promotes agricultural practices and awareness.
Finally, the Kathmandu University Computer Club (KUCC) provides a platform for computer enthusiasts to explore and develop their skills. These clubs at Kathmandu University offer students a chance to pursue their interests and contribute to their respective fields while fostering a sense of community and growth.
Girls and Boys Hostel facilities are available inside Kathmandu University premises. Only a limited number of students may be accommodated in the University hostels. Accommodation will be allocated according to KU provision after admission.
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Kathmandu University is located in a mountainous landscape in Dhulikhel Municipality about 30 kilometers east of Kathmandu (KTM) having round-the-year pleasant climate and panoramic Himalayan Views.KU had a very modest start from a rented building at Tangal, Kathmandu. Now, it has been able to create a built up space of 35518 square meters.
Within a period of 15 years, KU has built not only reasonable infrastructure, but also established a track record of academic excellence. At present, the University offers various undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programs in science, engineering, medicine, management, education, arts, pharmacy, environment, music, human & natural resources, information technology and biotechnology through School of Science, School of Management, School of Engineering, School of Medical Sciences, School of Education and School of Arts. In addition to 3369 students studying in its constituent campuses 4897 students are in its affiliated colleges Annual intake capacity of KU is 1088, out of them 280 intermediate, 510 undergraduate, and 298 graduate students. KU affiliated colleges have an annual intake capacity of 1194 students.
The academic programs of the University are based on credit-semester system with continuous internal evaluations. The University has adopted 1 to 10 teacher–student ratio. However, KU is very cautious in recruitment of every single faculty or non-teaching staff. The staff strength at KU is 344 for teaching and 158 for nonteaching. The academic calendar of minimum 230 days is strictly adhered to; admission of students is based on merit, based on their score in the previous examination and written and oral entrance tests.
Every School has its own Teacher Welfare Society, Student Welfare Council and Staff Welfare Society. The Executive Board is composed of members elected by teachers and students for the welfare of their community. Quality control is strictly followed in all programs of the university. In addition, to continually enhance the educational standard, KU has been successfully collaborating with more than fifty universities and institutions of international repute for faculty and students exchange programs, credit transfer and joint research work and exchange information. This has helped KU to establish itself well in the world community.