Unit & Cells

Unit & Cells


Library Management Cell

Message from LMC coordinator

Dear Students and respected Faculties,
Books are the best friends of human kind. They always give but never ask anything from the readers. Library of Nesfield International College contains all kind of books that our students need during their study. Besides, it holds books of literature, politics, societal development, fashion, research journals, magazines, newspapers and many more. The library has 40 seating capacity reading tables. Similarly, it is enriched with 15 desktop computers connected with high speed internet. We are the member of Nepal Library and Information Consortium (NeLIC) from which you can get free access to a hundred of thousands of academic materials from through out the world. We request you to visit the library regularly and explore the new avenue for the rest of your life, your family, and the society in whole.

Prof. Dr. Santosh Raj Poudyal

LMC coordinator

LMC Members


  1. Advance the library as an electronic library through the use of educational management information technology,
  2. Develop the library as a supplementary system of classroom teaching work,
  3. Enhancing the satisfaction of students, teachers and other stakeholders towards library facilities,
  4. Develop the library as a reference material source for researchers.


  1. To make the library technology-friendly in time
  2. To develop the necessary policies and rules for the operation and upgrade of the library
  3. To study, make plans to modify and add library-related services and activities, and give related advice to the college administration
  4. To facilitate communication between the library and its users; students, teachers, and the community
  5. To closely monitor the activities and services the library delivers to its users
  6. To conduct a library audit

LMC Events


Extension and Extra-curricular Cell

Message from EEC coordinator

Dear Students,

Nesfield International College encourages Student-centered learning through engagement, challenge, exploration, and reinforcement. The College runs programs like speech, debate competitions, expert engagement sessions, and more to help students develop their latent skills. To improve their numerical skills, the students are also enrolled in courses like Excel and Tally training, data analysis training, APA training, etc. To improve communication abilities, we also offer French language classes. The college organizes several Extracurricular Activities (ECA) that involve both indoor and outdoor activities for the learners’ holistic development. ECA such as student grooming programs, games and sports, leadership training, language courses, basic computer courses, debate, speech, Food Fiesta, various Carnivals, and so forth are planned and executed by the Extension and Extra-Curricular Cell (EEC).

Purushottam Ghimire

EEC coordinator

EEC Members


  1. To improve the standard of living in society by conducting extension and outreach programs with the participation of the community
  2. To increase students’ knowledge, skills and concepts related to rural and community development programs 
  3. Organizing sports events and extracurricular activities to develop the personality and professionalism of students
  4. To mobilize the Alumni Association
  5. Provide technical support to form and operate various student clubs 
  6. To create an atmosphere of coordination and cooperation between alumni associations, student clubs and other mechanisms 
  7. To help the Alumni Association and Student Clubs mobilize resources for social development
  8. To ensure health-related facilities for stakeholders within the college 


  1. Conducting training for faculty and staff to conduct extension and outreach programs in a planned and effective manner
  2. Conducting extension and outreach programs
  3. Developing sports-related services, organizing sports events and conducting other extracurricular activities 
  4. Conducting training on communication, use of information, group work, personality development, civic responsibility, and the like
  5. Provide basic health services to sick students, teachers and staff 
  6. Providing advice, suggestions and technical support to the Student Council as needed to carry out its work
  7. Establishing relationships with Alumni 
  8. Form and operate various student clubs
  9. Assisting the Alumni Association and Student Clubs in raising and mobilizing resources for social development activities
  10. Conduct programs to increase the reputation of the college

EEC Events


Internal Quality Assurance Committee

Message from IQAC coordinator

Dear Students, Faculties, and Friends,
Quality is a culture. It lies everywhere. It is the human perception towards the factors surrounded. It is hard to measure, trace, and report. University level is that where one learns to manage things in such a way that optimum return along with sustainable development is possible. Nesfield International College is dedicated to provide quality education to students, quality academic mechanism to faculties, and quality operating environment to the staffs. We are always ready to inject on activities and resources that are necessary to introduce and uplift quality parameters and actions. We are also in the process of getting Quality Assurance and Accreditation (QAA) under University Grants Commission (UGC) Nepal. If you aspire quality, you are welcome to Nesfield International College.

Arun Kumar KC

IQAC coordinator

IQAC Members


  1. To develop and implement the Quality Parameters to ensure the academic quality of the campus.
  2. Acting as a facilitator to improve educational quality,
  3. To carry out internal quality improvement work under the standards set by the University Grants Commission, as well as to make necessary preparations for the successful completion of quality assurance work from external levels, and
  4. To collaborate with internal and external stakeholders for quality improvement.


  1. To improve the internal quality of the college 
  2. To review the academic quality of the campus and to conduct research and evaluation
  3. To ensure the quality of academic, research and administrative activities based on the criteria, standards and guidelines set by the UGC
  4. Conducting training, seminars and discussion programs to improve educational quality
  5. Formulate and implement the annual action plan based on the norms, standards and indicators set by the UGC
  6. To prepare a self-study report and submit it to the UGC
  7. Publishing and disseminating information related to quality improvement
  8. Auditing the legislative and academic internal quality annually,
  9. Prepare annual progress report related to quality improvement
  10. Conducting various programs required for quality assurance
  11. Collecting suggestions from faculties, staff, students and stakeholders

IQAC Events


Research Management Cell

Message from RMC coordinator

Dear Students and Faculties,
Nesfield International College believes in research based education. Students from all the programs are encouraged to read research journals, prepare project reports on their own, and share practical knowledge with peers and teachers. The college has initiated research program and grants for the faculties in order to enhance their research skill. From the year 2015, we are publishing ‘The Batuk’; a peer reviewed journal of interdisciplinary studies bi-annually. Your innovative ideas to uplift teaching-learning activities are always welcome.

Prof. Bijay Gopal Shrestha

RMC Coordinator

RMC Members


  1. Corporate development of research systems and internal capacity of the college
  2. Conduct community-based research and contribute to community development
  3. Develop a plan for the research lab and expansion of the facility
  4. Build relationships with local, national, and international agencies
  5. Develop research projects
  6. Provide research-related consultancy services
  7. Arrange requirements for students’ research work


  1. To reform research mechanisms and the eco-system of the college
  2. To develop research-related capacity of internal stakeholders
  3. To conduct community-based research and tracer study
  4. To develop a plan for the extension of the research lab and facilities
  5. To conduct research in collaboration with external agencies
  6. To plan the budget for research activities and projects
  7. To recommend economic support for the research projects
  8. To develop and implement research-related policies and strategies
  9. To publish research journal (The Batuk) and research reports
  10. To award mini-research to teachers and students
  11. To facilitate teachers and students publishing of research articles
  12. To conduct workshops, conferences, seminars & conferences for faculty development and facilitate their participation
  13. To monitor students’ research works

RMC Events


Education Management Information System Cell

Message from EMIS coordinator

Dear Students, Faculties, and Parents,

This is the age of information technology. Data readily available for the analysis is worthy than any other assets. Nesfield International College has initiated paperless administrative activities since last few years. Education Management Information System (EMIS) is a web based avenue through with students, faculties and administrative staffs are managing academic and administrative activities. All the concerned parties can get access on related materials and information via their gadgets. The system is linked up with our library too. You can search, book, renew the materials from your comfort zone. EMIS has made possible to bring the whole education and administrative system of Nesfield International College under one-click mode.

Himal Bhandari

HOD Computer

EMIS Members


  1. Making the EMIS user-friendly 
  2. Integrating EMIS with educational methods and other related activities
  3. To manage information for the formulation, implementation, decision, monitoring and evaluation of the policy plan
  4. Contribute to increasing the academic success rate of students by integrating technology with teaching-learning activities
  5. To prepare printing and electronic materials to be published
  6. To inform interested parties about college activities through the use of appropriate means of communication
  7. Evaluate the collected data and make necessary decisions
  8. Updating electronic means of communicating information


  1. Establish easy access to EMIS for all
  2. Managing reliable internet in the college
  3. Creating an environment for using educational technologies
  4. Integrating of EMIS with educational methods and research
  5. Analyzing strategic information and ensuring their usage 
  6. Integrating the EMIS and library
  7. Updating information and statistics about the college
  8. To control the misuse of educational information systems
  9. Prepare and publish a prospectus and other printing materials
  10. Updating the college website, social media and EMIS
  11. Collaborate with the RMC to collect suggestions from stakeholders regarding the published information 

EMIS Events


International Student Support Committee

Message from ISSC coordinator

Dear Students, Faculties, and Parents,

Nesfield International College management is aware of branding initiatives that are necessary for the value addition to students and other stakeholders. Relationship with social institutions is always on the top priority of the college. For the establishment of good relation with the members of the society, the college regularly disseminates the information related to academic, extracurricular activities, social events and the like via its social media platform, official websites and other paid media. You can physically visit college to get more information and data that are publicly available at public relation desk and other officials of the college

Jeet Shrestha

ISSC coordinator

ISSC Members


The goal of the International Student Support Committee will be to facilitate the legal process for the students who want to be admitted from around the world and to provide counselling services to the admitted students to create a study environment and to facilitate their adjustment in Nepali society.


  1. Complete the immigration process for students coming from abroad, adjust them to the internal and external society of the college, and provide other necessary support in the study process
  2. Assist in the admission process for students who wish to come to study at an international level
  3. Assisting international students  in the visa process
  4. Assist in completing the administrative and legal process according to the rules of the Government of Nepal
  5. Arranging a hostel for international students
  6. Provide information about the prevailing laws of Nepal
  7. Provide Nepali language training to students from abroad 
  8. Coordinate with embassies to solve problems of students from abroad

ISSC Events


Grievance Redressal Cell

Message from GRC coordinator

Dear Students,
Life is a journey. New things come not only from books but also from real life experience. College is a part of society. It contains humans from a number of culture, religion, values, beliefs, economic status, and territory. Maintenance of harmony within such heterogeneity is possible only through regular interaction between all. Nesfield International College provides students the platform to be mobilized for in-college and off-college activities. We work for student empowerment and thus encourage students to manage such activities on their own. Remember that if you hear you forget, if you study you learn, if you do you understand, and if you repeat you remember.

Arun Kumar KC

GRC Coordinator

GRC Members


  1. To create an environment where students, staff, and professors can submit complaints and grievances through the use of the educational information management system.
  2. To establish a means of creating an environment where written and verbal complaints can be made in the case of external stakeholders.
  3. Resolve grievances and complaints as soon as possible and with judicial certainty.
  4. Doing the necessary work to minimize the negative impact that may arise from the complaints, considering the seriousness of the issues.


  1. To establish and operate a means of reaching the relevant body for complaints.
  2. Formulate the necessary policies and rules to investigate and resolve matters related to complaints.
  3. Investigate complaints and complaints and take necessary action.
  4. Using educational information and management systems to create an environment that allows complaints and complaints to be made between the parties, including ensuring the necessary confidentiality.

GRC Events


Career Guidance Cell

Message from CGC coordinator

Dear Students,

The college has established a Career Guidance Cell to offer career guidance and assist students in understanding their professional aspirations. Students can take non-credit courses at the institution to develop their professional abilities. Additionally, the Career Guidance Cell encourages students to develop self-employment skills that help them investigate work opportunities. The Career Guidance Cell also provides students with career counseling, mentors them as they explore work opportunities, suggests them for job placements, and helps them consider other options. Additionally, the college has set up a work career where students may learn about openings, chances for self-employment, notices regarding entrepreneurial trainings by organizations, and more.

Rocky Maharjan

CGC Coordinator

CGC Members


    1. Providing lifestyle counselling and guidance services
    2. Organizing discussions, group discussions, workshops, seminars, webinars, trainings, conferences, and events related to professional capacity building and entrepreneurship development
    3. Establish and manage an incubation centre 
    4. Encourage the culture of innovation, risk-taking, leadership, and entrepreneurship within the institution, creating an environment conducive to entrepreneurial thinking
    5. Developing and conducting soft skill programs for students
    6. Build connections with local industries, businesses and investors to provide students with exposure to real-world experiences
    7. Providing internship and placement services


  1. Providing life counselling and guidance services to all students.
  2. Conducting various programs for students to make decisions about career strategies
  3. Select and develop soft skills and non-credit courses to enhance the professional abilities of students
  4. Work to introduce an entrepreneurial mindset among students, faculty, and staff
  5. Organize workshops, seminars, and training for the professional and entrepreneurial development of students
  6. Facilitate connections with stakeholders to create a supportive network for career advancement and business startups
  7. Organize events to showcase students’ startups, allowing them to demonstrate their products or services within the college premises
  8. Managing internship and job placement services for students.

CGC Events