Alumni’s Column

Mount Annapurna was the school(now college) where I spent the most valuable stage of my life and learnt the value of being the self. The memories are still fresh and the academic excellence of my school I am still proud of today helped me nurture the qualities and caliber which pushed me to this level today. I feel fortunate to be the ex-student of this institution. Its development and progress as a prestigious college of management and hotel management in the town under the cosmos group is really a matter of  pride for the alumni of the institution like me.

Biplab Poudel

Executive Director, Hotel Barahi Pokhara

Director, Gandaki Development Bank

 

 

I had always believed that a person’s success depends on how their foundation of life has been laid and our school, Mount Annapurna has made this belief of mine even stronger. My school has provided me the foundation/base that I needed to build a wonderful career and perform at the best. I will always be thankful to my school that always showed me righteous way and values of life.

Wish my school success always

Shraddha Joshi

Resourcing Manager

Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Limited

Naya Baneshwor, Kathmandu

 

 

The goodness of the school and its faculties , my lovely friends. I can never forget. This school provided me the platform that I was able to take my initial but effective footsteps into the future.

It seems like only yesterday me  being at the school and cherish all the moments when I was there.

The years have gone, but made us strong.

The path was long , but walked together with a song.

There were fear and tears, but we also had reasons to cheer.

Destiny is no matter of chance. It is a matter of choice. I feel proud of being the alumni of this institution.

Dr. Subash Bhattarai

M.B.B.S, M.D.

Manipal Teaching Hospital , Pokhara

 

 

A faded memory of attending the kindergarten classes at “The seto Durbar” about 30 years ago, sweet remembrance of playing, participating in various activities and learning from caring teachers at “Tundikhel” during my early adolescence and finally graduating the High school level in the year 1992…all jog my memory of my school days at Mount Annapurna. I was always proud to be a student of one of the most reputed schools in Pokhara. In fact the recollection of my schooldays commemoration inspired me to conduct my M.Phil research in “Learner Centered Teaching” from Kathmandu University in 2006. Today , I realize that the foundation of leadership that I developed during my school days at Mount Annapurna , be it Seto Durbar, Tundhikhel or Arghaun, have a great impact in my present career.

Bishwa Udhir Poudel Gharti

 

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