Topographically, it is an admixture of hills and dales and geographically, the country is divided into mountains, hills and Terai. The total projected population of Nepal in 2007 was around 26.4 million comprising of various ethnic groups and of different languages. Nepal is now Federal Democratic Republic after prolonged monarchic rule. Although Nepali is the national language and one can readily communicate in Hindi and English.
Chitwan is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal:
The college is situated at Bharatpur in Chitwan district of Nepal. The Chitwan National Park is famous for its variety of wild animals – one-horned rhino, deer and tiger and varieties of birds.It was included in the “world heritage” since 1986. In recent years Chitwan district has become an outstanding district in Nepal and achieved great height particularly in the health sector because of its central location and easy accessibility from all parts of Nepal. The Chamber of Trade and Commerce of Narayangarh has proposed Bharatpur as a “Medical City” because of College of Medical Sciences and its specialized teaching hospital, multiple government and non government medical institutions.
Bharatpur, Narayanghat and Devghat
Twin cities of beauty, commercial importance and spiritual activities. The Narayangarh is the main city in Chitwan District. It has been a center of trade and commerce, transportation and curios since long time. It is situated on the banks of the river Narayani which is the confluence of 7 rivers and it ultimately forming a tributary to the Holy Ganges. The Narayani River is considered to be the holiest river in the country.
The Bharatpur is the headquarter of the Chitwan District, where the College of Medical Sciences is situated .Bharatpur is a centrally located, commercial hub in Nepal, situated on the bank of the holy river, Narayani, which is a confluence of seven rivers, is also called “The Sapta Gandiki”, ultimately joining as a tributary of the holy river Ganges in India. Bharatpur is 146 kilometer away from Kathmandu and can be reached by air and roads. Bharatpur enjoy the unique place in political scenario in the country and is a conglomeration of different culture and ethnic groups. Winter spreads between November to February, the month of December and January is the coldest temperature touching 2 – 3Oc. While the hot summer spreads from May to August and the temperature rises up to 40c. Monsoon which strikes from the month of June until September. One can enjoy the scenic beauty of the rising mountains with the backdrop of snow covered peaks, once monsoon is over.
Nestled amidst great scenic beauty at the foot of the Himalayan Range away from the tenacious onslaughts of pollution on modern urban life, the institute offers the young men and women an excellent climate necessary for full physical, intellectual and spiritual growth: A home away from home.