Amrit Science Campus
Amrit Campus, formally named as Public Science College (PUSCOL) and later named as Amrit Science College (ASCOL), after late Mr. Amrit Prasad Pradhan. Mr pradhan was born in 1918 at Thamel, Kathmandu. He served as headmaster of Jooddha High School in Birgunj for two years and later joined at Tri-Chandra College as lecturer in Chemistry. In 1962, he became founder Principal of Public Science College (present Amrit Campus) and began teaching as professor of Chamistry.
Late Principal Amrit Prasad Pradhan established Amrit Campus with a view to promote the study of Science and Technology in Nepal. The campus has benefited greatly from his spirit or enterprise, dedication and enthusiasm. While on a mission to the United States of a cause connected with the college, he died in an air crash over Mt. Blanc on January 24, 1966. The death of this noble soul was mourned by the nation.
To develop skilled and highly competent human resources in the field of Science and technology
To improve the existing classroom facilities for quality education
To upgrade the existing infrastructure facilities for implementation of new programs
To enhance scientific research activities for human resource development
To establish research oriented education system upto Ph.D. level and to promote all teh departments as the “Center for Excellence”