School of health science is CTEVT constituent school, established at Bharatpur-10 Chitwan, Nepal in 1997. It is approximately 180 KM southwest from Kathmandu (capital of Nepal) by road and is well connected with air transport. The building premises of former Institute of Medicine ANM campus Bharatpur was renovated by Republic of Korea through Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), inaugurated on Tuesday 4th February 1997 (2053/10/12 BS) and dedicated to Nepal Government on 2nd December 1997 (2054/08/17 BS). At the same time KOICA has provided teaching learning material, equipment and other physical facilities. The school started instructional activities from March 1st, 1997 (2054/11/17 BS) with 50 students of PCL in General Medicine. From 1997 to 2005 the school was managed by joint cooperation between CTEVT and Korean NGOs. Now it is managed by School Management Board chaired by Chief District Officer of Chitwan.
Under the CTEVT umbrella, this is the first school in Nepal to produce certificate level manpower for health sector. Currently the school is offering certificate level course in seven distinct health science facilitator. General Medicine, Medical Laboratory, Pharmacy, Ophthalmic Science, Diagnostic Radiography, Physiotherapy and Dental Science.
School of Health Science is recognized as a “Centre of Excellence” in producing competent health professionals in Nepal.
School of Health Science produces competent and confident skill health workforce required for the promotion and development of quality health services in Nepal.
- Run quality Medical and Allied Health Courses
- Develop TVET Medical and Allied Health Course Hub.
- Generate Income
- Develop Academic and Carrier Counselling Services
- Develop and maintain physical infrastructure
- Provide Community services