Mid Western University

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The government of Nepal had formed a team in 07-12-2007 to establish Mid-Western University in Birendranagar within 2009.[1] This will be a regional university for the whole Mid-western Development Regions of Nepal. The office of Vice Chancellor and the Examination Controllers office of Mid-Western University, Birendranagar will open soon in Birendranagar. This university is expected to make the change of strategy over the education system of this region. The locals of this city are very happy by the decision of the government. They had contributed significantly into the fundraising program started by the preparation committee. About 220 Bigha's of land and 15 million Nepali Rupees was raised from the enthusiastic people in this small town.

With the recent appointment of Dr. Padam Lal Devkota as the first Vice Chancellor, the university is supposed to start its operation soon. Admission for the various streams has been started as from the source of Kantipur newspaper. Vice Chancellor is the highest ranking executive in the university because Chancellor of all universities in Nepal is the Prime Minister himself.

Courses Offered[edit]

Postgraduate Courses (Masters)[2][edit]

  • Master in Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master in Business Studies (MBS)
  • Master of Arts in Nepali (MA Nepali)
  • Master of Arts in English (MA English)
  • Master of Arts in Social Work (MA Social Work)
  • Master of Arts in Conflict and Peace Studies (MA Conflict and Peace Studies)
  • Master of Arts in Sociology (MA Sociology)
  • Master of Arts in Anthropology (MA Anthropology)
  • Master of Arts in Rural Development (MA Rural Development)
  • Master of Arts in International Relations (MA International Relations)
  • Master of Arts in Development Economics (MA Development Economics)
  • Master in Educational Sciences in English (MES English)
  • Master in Educational Sciences in Curriculum and Evaluation (MES Curriculum and Evaluation)
  • Master in Educational Sciences in Nepali (MES Nepali)
  • Master in Educational Sciences in Health (MES Health)
  • Master in Educational Sciences in Population (MES Population)
  • Master in Educational Sciences in Education Planning and Management (MES Education Planning and Management)
  • Master in International Cooperation and Development (MICD)

Undergraduate Courses (Bachelors)[edit]

  • Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA..)
  • Bachelor in Business Studies (BBS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics (B.Sc. Physics)
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (B.Sc. Chemistry)
  • Bachelor of Science in Zoology (B.Sc. Zoology)
  • Bachelor of Science in Botany (B.Sc. Botany)
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (B.Sc. Mathematics)
  • Bachelor of Science in Statistics (B.Sc. Statistics)
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (B.Sc. Computer Science)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Nepali (BA Nepali)
  • Bachelor of Arts in English (BA English)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Conflict and Peace Studies (BA Conflict and Peace Studies)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology (BA Anthropology)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Rural Development (BA Rural Development)
  • Bachelor of Arts in International Relations (BA International Relations)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics (BA Mathematics)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Journalism (BA Mass Communication and Journalism)
  • Bachelor in Educational Sciences in English (BES English)
  • Bachelor in Educational Sciences in Mathematics (BES Mathematics)
  • Bachelor in Educational Sciences in Nepali (BES Nepali)
  • Bachelor in Educational Sciences in Health (BES Health)
  • Bachelor in Educational Sciences in Population (BES Population)
  • Bachelor in Educational Sciences in Education Planning and Management (BES Education Planning and Management)
  • B.S.E. in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (BCIE)

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