Kathmandu Technical School, Crown Institute of Business and Technology collaborate to elevate technical education standards in Nepal 

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Kathmandu: Kathmandu Technical School (KTS) and Crown Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT, Australia) have taken a significant stride towards promoting technical education in Nepal and creating global opportunities for students through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). 

The MoU signing ceremony was held at KTS in Sukedhara, Kathmandu, where  Manoj Paudel, Chairperson of KTS, and Deepak Khadka, CEO of CIBT, signed the document on behalf of their respective organizations on Friday. 

This partnership brings together two esteemed institutions and holds the promise of offering world-class technical courses to both local and international students. KTS, renowned for its unwavering commitment to academic excellence in Nepal, is set to further raise educational standards through this strategic alliance. This collaboration seamlessly aligns with CIBT’s expertise in providing quality education in diverse fields, including Accounting, Business, Marketing and Communication, Information Technology, and Leadership and Management. 

Speaking at the ceremony, Manoj Paudel, Chairperson of KTS, expressed his excitement about the partnership, stating, “This MoU is a momentous step forward in our quest to offer education that meets global standards. Together, we are dedicated to equipping our students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in an increasingly competitive world.” 

Deepak Khadka, CEO of CIBT, echoed this sentiment, stating, “We are thrilled to bring our expertise and experience to Nepal through this collaboration. Our courses are designed to bridge the gap between theory and practice, ensuring that graduates are ready to make meaningful contributions in their chosen fields.” 

The signing ceremony was graced by the presence of distinguished personalities, including Prakash Sharma, National Project Coordinator, ILO, Country Office for Nepal. Sharma shared his insights on the partnership’s potential, saying, “This collaboration exemplifies the kind of innovation and cooperation that can drive positive change in the education sector. 

It holds the promise of enhancing employability and opening doors to international career pathways.” Garima Paudel, Lead Operations Director of KTS, highlighted the significance of this partnership for students, asserting, “By bringing Australian-standard technical courses to Kathmandu, we are nurturing a generation of professionals who can thrive not only locally but on the global stage. 

This is a pivotal step towards unlocking a world of opportunities for our students.” The MoU signing marks the beginning of an exciting journey, where KTS and CIBT together embark on a mission to provide education that prepares students for success in an interconnected world. The academic community eagerly anticipates the positive impact of this collaboration, as the future shines brighter than ever for Kathmandu Technical School and its prospective students.