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Kathmandu College of Science and Technology
Kathmandu College Of Science And Technology is located at Kalimati, Kathmandu. KCST is Tribhuvan University (TU) affiliated and is offering B.Sc and M.Sc. Microbiology. KCST is highly dedicated to developing potential and skills in students that are related to the study and practice of Microbiology and develop correlation with the national and international organization for cooperative works in research as well as human resource development. KCST management staffs believe that providing a well managed and friendly environment can further help students gain more knowledge in the related field. As microbiology is more experimental work rather than descriptive students are provided with enough resources needed for their study. The demand for microbiology graduates is more in number of areas like research and development, applied microbiology and education.
Objectives of KCST (Kathmandu College of Science and Technology)
The need for microbiology manpower in national and international level is very high so to fulfill the need for skilled manpower is the main vision of the KCST. As the KCST is Tribhuvan University affiliated the college staffs maintain the excellence and developing academic standard of research by conducting programs to meet the increasing need for the national and international organization.
This course is designed for three-years and it is affiliated to Tribhuvan University. This Program includes microbiology as the main subject and Botany, Chemistry as the optional subjects. . To join this program, the students must be from Science background in plus2 (10+2).
This course is of two-years which is carried under the supervision of Tribhuvan University (TU). This program deals with the various features related to medicine that have environmental importance. The main focus of this program is to develop the knowledge of students in theoretical, practical and research field of microbiology. The students must have good academic records in B.Sc Microbiology.