To produce human resources, who can lead society and country for their transformation and prosperity through vibrant social, economic and scientific activities.
HIC aspires to contribute towards vibrant transformation and prosperity of the Nepali society through the availability of competitive human resources in the field of Science, Humanities and Business Management.
● Power Point for teaching learning activity. ● E-library ● Well equipped modern labs for physics, Chemistry, Biology & Computer labs ● Transport facilities when needed
as one of the best academic institutions in Nepal. It is run by a team of dedicated educationists, professionals and renowned academicians. Our students, faculties and staff share a commitment to work hard for the advancement of our society. Recognized as an academic center for teaching-learning in Nepal, HIC is committed to providing the quality education at affordable fees to secondary and bachelor's degree students to enable them to face the contemporary challenges.
HIC has adopted the state-of-the-art student-centered teaching-learning method. We believe that learning cannot be effective unless a student is motivated towards the contents of respective subjects. Students, therefore, are encouraged to participate in the teaching-learning process physically as well as mentally. In addition to class room lectures, we consistently apply learning methods such as group discussion, case studies, excursions, project works and presentations to broaden exposure, knowledge and skills of students.
The professional team of Herald International College is a source of pride for the college. Our lecturers and staff members are qualified in their fields and have relevant expertise. The HIC "family" includes faculty and employees. All HIC members have a sense of belonging and a similar culture. All teachers and staff are encouraged to be involved in the lives of students as mentors and role models, in addition to their academic obligations. Collaboration is emphasized, as is a commitment to maintaining professional competency through continuing education.
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