Maiya Devi Girls’ College (MDGC) was founded in 1997 as a Higher Secondary School for leading girls through education and developing self-supporting attitude in girls. It is affiliated to Tribhuvan University (TU).
Maiya Devi Girls’ College (MDGC) is located at Bharatpur, Chitwan. Maiya Devi College is at the center of Bharatpur city. The credit of the beginning of the college existence goes to the locals/public, social workers and social well-known people, especially Ms. Maiya Devi Shrestha, honorable finance supporter of the college. MDGC has obtained its place for pride through the vision of the team of academics and professional staffs. The college staffs are dedicated in making the best outcome of students academically and personally. To grow a feeling of social and national responsibility in each student is the vision of the college. The college provides advance teaching by using the latest technologies and techniques to improve the quality of education for all the girl students.
The mission of the MDGC is to bring academic excellence by giving functional and skill-based education in every student. To provide a friendly place for learning where all students take pleasure in learning and accomplishing challenges Maiya Devi girl’s college is the best. The first mission is to give priority to women in education and prepare them to become knowledgeable and skillful. The college dreams women to be the leader in different fields as it is dedicated to quality in the academic sector.
AS the college is located at the prime location of Chitwan, Bharatpur the education in Maiya Devi Girls’ College (MDGC) has an educational and friendly environment. The Maiya Devi Girls’ College (MDGC) offers both English and Nepali medium classes in clean and well furnished classrooms. The teachers are well- experienced and committed. The college has well-equipped computer lab, wide playground, and library for students. The pass rate of Maiya Devi Girl’s college is 93% with distinction in every TU and HSEB result including MA topper. Maiya Devi Girl’s College (MDGC) is established and well respected in the community because of the discipline students. The relationship between teacher and students are harmonious which create a perfect learning and teaching environment.
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MA Population Studies
Different types of Books, magazines, Journals, Newspapers and other reading articles are available in the wide area in the library. The Maiya Devi Girls’ College (MDGC) has kept a due focus on the development of library and has regularly updated library which allows the students to read and borrow books.
Maiya Devi Girls’ College (MDGC) has a well-equipped and well-managed computer lab in a separate area in college. This facility has benefited the students by getting access to the internet and e-mail access.
Extra Curricular Activities
The college is fully aware of the extra facilities like sports, entertainment except learning and teaching only. The extracurricular activities help to develop the personality of students. Different sports programs, research-oriented program, quiz-contest and others program are done.
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