Many Indian students prefer to study MBBS in Nepal, because it is one of the neighbouring countries of India. It is also known as the federal democratic Republic of Nepal. Nepal is one of the best Tourism countries in the world. Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal, and also it’s one of the largest city in Nepal. Nepali is the official language of Nepal. English and Hindi are commonly spoken by most of the people in Nepal. The medium of education in all Medical Colleges in Nepal is English.
Table of Contents
1. Quick Summary
2. Why Study MBBS in Nepal
3. MBBS Course
4. Top Medical Colleges In Nepal
5. Eligibility and Admission Process
6. Visa Processing
7. History of Nepal
9. Cost Of Living:
11.Food and Culture
13.How To Reach
|Area:||147,181 square kilometers|
|Population:||2.93 Crores (Census for the year 2017)|
|Currency:||Nepalese Rupee (1 INR = 1.60 Nepalese Rupee, 1 Nepalese Rupee = 0.63 INR)|
|Timezone:||UTC+05:45 (Nepal Standard Time)|
|Time Difference:||Nepal is 15 minutes ahead of India|
|Borders With:||India and China|
|Cost of Living:||Rs 16,000 per month in Nepalese Rupee|
|Number of colleges approved by MCI:||4|
These are the eligibility for applying for the MBBS course in Nepal.
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Nepal is situated in South Asia, between China in the north and India in the south. the total land area spread across 147,181 square kms. Nepal country can be divided into three geographical regions they are the Himalayan region, mid hill region, and Terain region. Nepal also called as “water towers of South Asia” with 6,000 rivers that depend on snow-fed or rain.
The cost of living in Nepal is cheap, for living a simple life. The single bedroom Apartment Rent Per Month in Nepal is 16,000 in Nepalese rupee. The travel expenses in local transport(bus) is 20 in Nepalese rupee. The grocery prices are almost the same as the price in India. If you want to eat a meal in an ordinary restaurant, it costs 250 Nepalese rupees. There is a slight difference in living cost compared to Indian standards.
The Climatic conditions of Nepal vary from one place to another in accordance with the geographical features. In the northern part, summers are cool and winters are severe. In the southern part, summers are tropical and the winters are mild. Nepal holds five seasons which are spring, summer, monsoon, autumn, and winter. The Kathmandu Valley has a pleasant climate with the average summer temperature 19°C – 35°C and the winter temperature is 2°C – 12°C respectively.
The Himalayas stand as a barrier to the cold winds blowing from Central Asia in winter and forms the northern boundary of the monsoon wind patterns. 80percent of the rain in Nepal is received from the monsoon on June to September average of annual rainfall is 1,600 mm, but it varies by eco-climatic zones in Nepal.
The food habits of Nepal depend on the people, it differs from one region to another. Nepal doesn’t have a particular food style. The Nepali food has been influenced by Indian and Tibetan styles of cooking. Nepalis do not eat beef, because Hindus worship the cow. Cow is the national animal of Nepal.
The Nepali foods are dal(lentil soup), boiled rice and tarkari (curried vegetables), with achar (pickle). Curried meat is very popular, but is saved for special occasions, as it is relatively more expensive. Rotis (flatbread) and dhedo (boiled flour) also make meals in some homes. Momos (steamed or fried dumplings) is one of the most popular snacks among Nepalis.
Culture of Nepal:
Cultures and traditions differ from one part of Nepal to another. The capital city Kathmandu helps to mingle people from a different religion. Kathmandu Valley serves the country’s cultural diversity.
People of Nepal:
Nepal has nearly 101 ethnic groups of people speaking over 92 languages in their locality. Most of the ethnic groups have owned their mother tongues. People who live in the northern region of the Himalayas are Tibetan-speaking peoples and Several ethnic groups live in the middle hills and valleys.
Kathmandu Valley represents a cultural diversity in Nepal. The natives of the Kathmandu Valley peoples are the Newars. Terai People is one of the main ethnic groups in Nepal, they speak north Indian dialects like Maithili, Bhojpuri. Hinduism and Buddhism religions are followed by Nepalis. Nepal follows these religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Jainism, Sikhism. The majority of Nepalis are either Hindus or Buddhism and also religious harmony is one of the unique features of Nepal.
If you want to see the true beauty of nature, Nepal country is the one. It holds the Holy Himalayas, hills with green valley farmlands. It has a wonderful climate for the whole year. Nepal country is connected by airway from New Delhi in India. To reach Nepal from Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi to Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu with the arriving time of 1 hour 30 minutes.
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