KATHMANDU, Aug 14: Indian Education Service in collaboration with NASA Institute has introduced India’s prestigious institutions BMS Educational Trust and BTL Institute of Technology in Nepal. “The objective is to make quality education in reach for the Nepali students,” stated the press release.
BMS Educational Trust dates back to 1946 when it adapted the Technical Education in India for the very first time. Over the last 65 years, BMS has been ranked among top Engineering College in South Asia and has produced over 30,000 world class engineers.
“I believe that development comes only with quality education which must be accessible to all,” said Dr P Dayananda, Chairman of the Admission Committee at BMS. BTL Institute of Technology, on the other hand, was established in 1997, and has been providing advanced technical education.
The two institutes are also providing students from Nepal special benefits. Nepali students will not have to give any donation, consultation service charge and processing fees. In addition to that, the students will also get spot and direct admissions, easy payment options and international hostel facility at affordable rates.