Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Issues and Concerns Responses
1 What is MICD? MICD is a master Programme designed for students who are willing to build their career in development sector as it provides academic knowledge and practical skills which are required for managing and leading various development projects in different contexts. 
2 Which University?
  • Mid-western University of Nepal
  • It is public University established by the Government of Nepal with a Parliament Act on June 17, 2010 A. D
  • State supported institution
3 International network  MICD has strong international network with similar universities having similar courses. Pavia (Italy) is the main partner other in Kenya, Palestine, Colombia and Nepal. 
4 Equivalency of the degree?

Master’s Degree

5 Class Hours? 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. from Sunday to Friday 
6 Scholarship? For deserving students
7 Fee Structure? NPR 5,000 per month for 24 months and NPR. 10,000 for Thesis and Internship Supervision fee. Total NPR. 1,30,000/-
8 Attendance?

80% mandatory

9 Student exchange offer/ Exposure to foreign Universities There is a possibility of exposure visit for deserving students that also depends on receiving partner university  abroad 
10 Job Prospects/ Scopes NGOs/INGOs, UN agencies, bilateral and multilateral agencies, different projects, private sectors, academic, training and research institutes and training and public services 
11 Eligibility Bachelors in any discipline (Science, Engineering, Humanities, Education, Management, Social Science, Development Study, etc.)
12 Entrance Test and Process
  • Essay Writing
  • PPT presentation
13 Number of students  35 Nepali students 
14 Who are the faculty University Professors, academicians, development experts, researchers, national and international guest lectures