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Korea Nepal Institute of Technology (KNIT)

Korea Nepal Institute of Technology (KNIT)

Tamnagar 14, Butwal, Rupandehi, Nepal
  • Nepal
  • Butwal
  • Tamnagar 14, Butwal, Rupandehi

Korea Nepal Institute of Technology is located in Tamnagar 14, Butwal, Rupandehi. It is a constituent technical institute of CTEVT. It was established under the mutual cooperation of Nepal and Republic of Korea in 2010. All the financial and technical support for the establishment of the institute is donated by Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) under Government of Republic Korea. 

The aim of Korea Nepal Institute of Technology is to produce basic and middle-level high tech professional workforce/expert according to the need of nation and overseas. By promoting income-generating activities this institute has the plan to grow up with self-reliance management. 

The institute has planned to establish Industry School Cooperation system. Nowadays, to support the objectives of this institution, KNIT is growing as a high technology based institute under CTEVT.

Vision:

Korea Nepal Institute of Technology will be recognized as the advanced technical institution in Nepal.

Mission:

Korea Nepal Institute of Technology produces qualified technical and vocational education to needy people for employment.

Objectives:

  • Maintain an open avenue of communication among departments, students, stakeholders and line agencies at the institutions involved.
  • Offer technical and vocational programs in the engineering and technology fields.
  • Update curricula, programs, and courses in response to market needs.
  • Enroll qualitative students by using various media and awareness programs.
  • Provide academic advising, counseling, and placement.
  • Sustain institute by income generation activities.
  • Provide an opportunity for professional development, supporting individual, departmental and institute-wide.
  • Establish Industry-School Cooperation (ISC) system with business and industry in order to provide real-world experience and employment.
  • Provide the required institutional support and access to students, instructors, and staffs to realize the full potential advantages of technology.
  • Provide a comfortable teaching-learning environment and facilities that stimulate the learning process.
  • Maintain human resource and physical facilities.
  • Achieve the goals contained in the Master Plan of KNIT.
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