IT course prepares learners to develop applications for the workplace

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Er. Anil Lal Amatya
Principal/Director
Asian School of Management and Technology

Founded by a group of academic experts and social workers including professors, researchers, authors and IT Professionals, Asian School of Management and Technology is a state-of-the-art college that offers management and science courses. The college imparts graduate and undergraduate IT courses at an affordable cost. In addition, it offers BIM, B.Sc. CSIT, BCA, BBM and BIM programs in affiliation with Tribhuvan University.  The college endeavors to produce skilled manpower required for the field of management and IT sector in Nepal.   Er. Anil Lal Amatya is the Principal/ Director at Asian School of Management and Technology. High standards and convincing ambience for each student with regard to academic performance, co-curricular activities, and career development are the underpinning factors of ASMT. Excerpts:

Could you tell us about the distinct features of Asian school of Management and Technology?

All the colleges have followed the same syllabi designed by the University. Still, each campus has some unique features that distinguish it from others. Our college has some uniquely exceptional features that distinguish it from its contemporary institutions. In addition, the college conducts professional courses at the end of each semester. Similarly, the college has established robotics club and drone club. Students organize workshop to share ideas about making robots and drones. In the same way, the college has set priorities for the implementation of students’ learned expertise in their project. Since we focus on implementation of pedantic knowledge into the real field, we’ve created a healthy and competitive environment among students where they expose their creativity and innovation skills through different models of projects.

It is rumored that there is a dire scarcity of qualified and dedicated teachers to teach the newly introduced subjects in Nepal. How have you managed teachers at your institution who can deliver right knowledge to learners?

We have managed to recruit qualified, highly experienced and dedicated faculty of teachers who are given amicable environment so that they work permanently. We provide attractive salaries and stipend to teachers as a motivation.

You have been actively involved in teaching profession for many years, especially in IT sector. What are the fundamental differences between BCA, BIM and B.Sc. CSIT courses?

Some years back, there was a concept that computer education was to be studied only by the students of engineering programs; but at the present, it is considered to be a necessity in all sectors of service. Acknowledging these ubiquitous needs and necessities, Tribhuvan University has introduced BCA, BIM and B.Sc. CSIT. Based on the syllabi, we can say that BIM is studied by students of management program; BCA is studied by Humanities students and B.Sc. CSIT is studied by students with science background. In fact, B.Sc. CSIT is the study of both system and application. Similarly, in BIM and BCA priorities are given to the applications of various systems.

Most private colleges in Nepal are running newly introduced courses in recent days. How is the scope of these courses in the context of Nepal?

The human resources of B.Sc. CSIT develop system and the other two apply the system in the workplace. So, such human resources have high demand in a large number of companies, industries and corporations, such as insurance company, banking and IT companies. In addition, such human resources have high demand not only in the country but in the global economy. Therefore, we can infer that these courses have a wide range of scope across the world.

How do you acknowledge the performance of your graduates in the global market?

We have been able to produce highly qualified and diligent human resources that are assets to the growing economy of the country. In this regard, we have successfully been producing adept graduates with first division and distinction results. Many of them have created the sector of job by establishing many IT companies inside the country. Similarly, a large numbers of our graduates are working in foreign lands taking up the top-most positions in renowned organizations. Therefore, they are capable enough to compete in the global setting.

What message would you like to convey to ten-plus-two graduates?

First of all, I suggest them they should relinquish the idea of going abroad for higher studies (bachelor level). I assure all the students that there are many colleges established from private sector in Nepal with an aim at imparting global standard quality education in a low fee structure. I also suggest students choose a right college and a right faculty by analyzing their interest, competency and career prospects. Moreover, while selecting an appropriate college for bachelor qualifications, students should take feedback from former students of the college and other reliable sources. We are fully committed to imparting quality education by analyzing your need and interest. So, I suggest that you pay a visit to our college and acquire all the information about our jaw-dropping facilities for the learners before deciding on enrollment in other colleges.

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