King's College offers generic degree that is equivalent to the one acquired in the US Narottam Aryal Principal
Narottam Aryal is a principal of King's College located at babarmal, Kathmandu.
Affiliated with International American University (IAU), King’s College offers three types of MBA programmes—regular MBA, MBA for Working Professionals and MBA Entrepreneurship.
The regular MBA at King’s College is a two-year programme designed for full-time students or freshers. It incorporates a combination of traditional lectures, practical application, analysis and projects work. According to the college, students in this segment are facilitated for more exposure in various fields.
The MBA for Working Professionals is for the people working in different areas, while those vying for MBA Entrepreneurship should have at least two-year work experience in decision making level.
“Apart from helping students land good jobs, MBA is a professional degree which has universal application,” said King’s College Principal Narottam Aryal.
The college offers a wide range of subjects for specialisation that include Management Information System, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Finance, Marketing and Operation Management and Supply Chain Management.
The college, which started in 2009, has already seen 75 students pass out. According to the college, almost all the graduates have secured good jobs in domestic and international markets.
Why King’s College?
The degree that the college offers is internationally recognised. Aryal said they offer ‘generic degree’ that is equivalent to the one acquired in the US. MBA Entrepreneurship students are provided with an opportunity to develop business plans, and if found feasible, the college offers seed money worth up to Rs 100,000. “In addition, we link the students with the experts from their areas of interest,” said Aryal.
Located at Babarmahal, the college is equipped with the modern infrastructure and assures quality education through activities- based approach.
The college has formed a King’s Communication Centre, which offers students non-credit programmes such as public speaking and professional English writing and training on Chinese language.
> Experienced and professional human resources
> Good infrastructure
> Job placement service
> Centrally located
> Activity-based learning practice
> Quality control
> King’s communication centre
source: The Kathmandu Post, 10 jan 2013