Marshyangdi Multiple Campus (MMC), established in 1990 (2047 B.S.), is the first and a leading community campus affiliated with Tribhuvan University. It is situated in the heart of Besishahar city, the headquarter of Lamjung district. MMC came into existence through the collective endeavor of distinguished academicians, social workers, political figures and general public from the community. Founded with the motto of providing quality education basically to the students coming from the rural area of Lamjung, Manang, Tanahun and Gorkha districts and the students who are from underprivileged and marginalized groups as well as middle class backgrounds at affordable cost. MMC has grown, both in size and in reputation into one of the leading higher educational institutions of the district within short period of its establishment. Nurtured by dedicated and experienced lecturers and efficient working staff, the campus instills the values like compassion, selflessness, dedication, love for fellowmen and above all the thirst for wisdom and knowledge into students and prepares them for the challenges of the modern competitive world. At the end, MMC feels proud to share the fact that it has been selected as a deserving community campus for the Second Higher Education Project of University Grant Commission on national level assessment with the support of World Bank.
Marshyangdi Multiple Campus will be the nationally reputed best public campus for higher and technical educational of the nation.
Marshyangdi Multiple Campus exists to foster quality education at affordable fee structure to fulfill the national requirement, to uplift the society and nation by producing quality graduates compatible to labor markets.
Marshyangdi Multiple Campus has made a history and is dedicated to shape the future for the betterment of students as well as the education system of Nepal. It has earned faith and credibility of community and is committed to preserve it through education in a disciplined and enlightening environment.
Total Land Area: 70 Ropani
Total Students: 987
Total Teaching Staffs: 26
Total Non-teaching Staffs: 6
NO of Books in the Library: 7000