WHY PNMHI

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071-522505

info@pnmf.org

Sunauli Road (Sita Nursery)

Bhairahawa, Rupandehi

Nepal

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With our principal motto of knowledge, skills, and wisdom, we focus on both career and character.

OUR RESOURCES

PNMHI has a dedicated team of highly qualified & experienced programme coordinator, lecturers and demonstrators and other support staffs as per CTEVT and national standards.

The C-MLT programme is affordable because PNMHI is run by a non-profit organization (PNMF) and there are several scholarships available for the meritorious and needy trainees as well.

Advanced facilities for training include printed, projected and non-projected media, audio-visual, computer-based instruction materials and the ultra-modern training building (under construction).

Professional practice,field visits in healthcare service centre/hospital or research centers recognized by the Government/Ministry of Health or concerned government authority. PMNHI has its own co-educational state-of-the-art fully equipped laboratories including histopathology & cytology, hematology, biochemistry, microbiology, serology and parasitology labs.

OUR VALUES

Importantly, we focus on a holistic approach of learning that draws from the following traits: Use of modern technology and open access resources, establish peer network, and enhance learning in math, science, and language; Appreciation for liberal arts values and interdisciplinary interactions; Emphasis on creativity and innovation; Community engagement and social awareness; and Commitment to the environment and sustainability.

OUR LOCATION

We pride in our local heritage and being near the world heritage site of Lumbini, the birth place of the Buddha. We are surrounded by the unparalleled natural beauty and the cultural diversity of the hills and the plains,which includes magnificent hill stations, organic farmings, national parks, rivers and lakes, all within a short driving distances (click here).Importantly, we believe in diversifying intellectual growth and concentration away from the capital city of Kathmandu.