“Ritz is committed to impart pragmatically skilled based education needed by the global market of today.”

Dr. Vijaya Kumar Poudel is the Chairman of Ritz College of Engineering and Management. He has completed his Ph.D. in Economics from Tribhuwan University. He is also the Executive Chairman of Himal Educational Foundation and Research Center (Pvt Ltd), past 14 years.

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Dr. Vijaya Kumar Poudel
Chairperson

The college takes pride in giving unique exposure and opportunities to the students to outstand in the global context.”

Gambhir Man Tuladhar is the CEO of Ritz College of Engineering and Management. He is a Ph.D. student enrolled in Kathmandu University, while an M.Phil, MBA degree holder. He is also the consultant for Ministry of Education, UNESCO and DANIDA Nepal.

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Gambhir Man Tuladhar
CEO

“We strive for quality education and prepare students for every forth-coming challenge, along with world-wide placements.”

Balram Paudel is the Honorary Principal of Ritz College of Engineering and Management. He is the Fellow Chartered Certified Accountant (FCCA) and is working for UNDP Nepal.

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Balram Paudel
Honorary Principal

“Ritz is all about providing a holistic learning environment with an interdisciplinary approach to mitigate the challenges of the 21st century.”

Tulsi Ram Rijal is the Principal of Ritz College of Engineering and Management. He has completed M.Phil in English (TU), M.A in English (TU), M.Ed in Leadership & Management (KU). Since, 2009, he has been devotin... See More

Tulsi Ram Rijal
Principal

About College

Established in 2009, under Milestone Network, the college span across the area of 12 acres of land area in the Balkumari, Lalitpur area in a peaceful environment. We are Nepal’s first college to introduce three different under graduate programs (BBA, BHM & B.E) under one roof. We are ISO 9001:2015 Certified College, operating educational programs under Pokhara University (PU).

Ritz College of Engineering and Management has produced graduates of the highest caliber who are able to work at every level of management within the engineering, hospitality and management sector.

Ritz is proud of the exceptional alumni outcomes. We are the only college in Nepal who has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with banking & financial institutions, food & hospitality industries and engineering companies.

We represent excellent and outstanding education in Nepal. Our unique undergraduate programs prepare every student for a stable career. We also equip them with every necessary business acumen to work with professionals outside the industry. The balance of real industry training and theory provides graduate, a genuine advantage while competing for future employment opportunities.

What qualities (Q) can a graduate expect from Ritz College of Engineering and Management?

  •  Attainment of methodical, systematic, coherent and in-depth knowledge related to management, hospitality and engineering industry, along with their underlying principles and concepts associated with the industry.
  •   An overall appreciation of the environmental, cultural and social contexts, of the industry.
  •  Thorough knowledge of the operation and development of the issues and its significance to both community, industry including sustainability.
  •  Capacity to collaborate, relate, exchange views and ideas through networking, teamwork, conflict resolution and negotiation.
  •  Ability to grasp and communicate the subject matter effectively and appropriately in the context of literacy, numeracy, communication, and, technology skills.
  •  Aptitude to evaluate, research, and execute the ideas broadly.
  •  Effectively identify, formulate and solve problems to generate ideas, and demonstrate a fullaer capacity for initiative, judgment, entrepreneurial thinking.
  •  A stronger commitment to self-directed learning and intellectual formation.
  •  Determination to the concept of punctuality, professionalism, rigorousness, and excellence.

Ritz brings in a modern career-centric approach to higher education. Our only aim is to provide graduates with a globally oriented skillset, making them a valuable commodity. Therefore, we ensure students more than a graduate degree. The courses and degrees offered by us are delivered through prestigious faculty with strong linkage to the subject-matter.  

Our Courses

Faculty Engineering
Course Bachelor of Civil Engineering
Course Duration 4 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description

B.E(Civil Engineering) is a four years' Engineering course including eight semesters under the affiliation of Pokhara University. Each semester is of six months' duration.

  1. Students should have scored minimum of "C" Grade in all subjects in 10+2 (Secondary Level)

    OR

    I.Sc. or 10+2 (Science), or I.E. or equivalent 2nd division or above from University or boards recognized by Pokhara University.

  2. Should apply in the prescribed form for entrance test.
  3. Should enclose with the application form attested copies of relevant certificates of all examinations passed along with three recent passport size photograph.
  4. Must pass the college entrance test and personal interview.
  5. Only the student passing the interview, will be eligible for an admission.
Syllabus

Semester-I

Engineering Mathematics-I

Physics

Thermal Science

Engineering Drawing

Programming in C

Basic Electrical Engineering

 Semester-II

Engineering Mathematics-II

Applied Mechanics-I

Chemistry

Object Oriented Programming in C++

Communication Techniques

Mechanical Workshop

Semester-III

Engineering Mathematics-III

Applied Mechanics-II

Civil Engineering Materials

Fluid Mechanics

Strength of Materials

Engineering Geology

Project-I

Semester-IV

Probability and statistics

Surveying-I

Basic Electronics Engineering

Numerical Methods

Hydraulics

Structural Analysis 1

Semester-V

Building Technology

Engineering Hydrology

Structural Analysis-II

Soil Mechanics

Water Supply Engineering

Surveying-II

Project-II

Semester-VI

Irrigation Engineering

Design of Steel (limit state) & Timber Structures

Foundation Engineering

Sanitary Engineering

Concrete Technology & Masonry Structures

Survey Field Project

Semester-VII

Design of RCC Structures

Transportation Engineering-I

Hydropower Engineering

Estimating and Valuation

Engineering Economics

Elective-I

Semester-VIII

Construction Project Management

Engineering Professional Practice

Transportation Engineering-II

Elective-II

Project-III(Major Project)

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Faculty Management
Course Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Course Duration 4 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description

BBA is a four years' management course including eight semesters under the affiliation of Pokhara University. Each semester is of six months' duration.

  1. Must have completed the intermediate, Proficiency Certificate or 10+2 level, in Humanities or Science or Management Stream from Tribhuvan University or from any other University or Board recognized by TU/NEB securing Pass Percentage above.
  2. Must have obtained grade "C" or above in each subject in aggregate for GPA.
  3. Should apply in the prescribed form for the entrance test.
  4. Should enclose with the application form attested copies of relevant certificates of all examinations passed along with three recent passport size photograph.
  5. Must pass the college entrance test and personal interview.
  6. Only the student passing the interview will be eligible for admission.
Syllabus

Semester I (Credit Hours 15)

» English I

» Business Mathematics I

» Financial Accounting I

» Principle of Management

» Computer and IT Applications

Semester II (Credit Hours 15)

» English II

» Business Mathematics II

» Financial Accounting II

» General Psychology

Introductory Micro Economics

Semester III (Credit Hours 15)

» Business Communication I

» Business Statistics

» Essentials of Finance

» Fundamentals of Sociology

» Introductory Macro Economics

Semester IV (Credit Hours 15)

» Business Communication II

» Data Analysis and Modelling

» Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour

» Principles of Marketing

» Financial Management

Semester V (Credit Hours 15)

» Basics of Managerial Accounting

» Business Research Methods

» Management of Human Resources

» Fundamentals of Operations

 Management

» Concentration I

Semester VI (Credit Hours 15)

» Introduction to Management

Information Systems

» Legal Aspects of Business and

Technology

» Business and Society

» Project Work

» Concentration II

Semester VII (Credit Hours 15)

» Business Environment in Nepal

» Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

» Internship

» Elective I

» Concentration III

Semester VIII (Credit Hours 15)

» Strategic Management

» Introduction to International

Business

» Essentials of e-Business

» Elective II

» Concentration IV

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Faculty Management
Course Bachelor of Hotel Management
Course Duration 4 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description

Bachelor in Hotel Management (BHM) is one of the most sought and desired degrees by the students all around the world. This course provides training and skill developments to meet the needs of people seeking employment in management positions in the Hotel Industry.The successful completion of Bachelor in Hotel Management provides rewarding academic Hotel career ahead. The curriculum for BHM is structured to produce a Hotel Professional, after the successful completion of the course.

BHM is a four years' hotel management course including eight semesters under the affiliation of Pokhara University. Each semester is of six months' duration.

  1. Must have completed the intermediate, Proficiency Certificate or 10+2 level, in Humanities or Science or Management Stream from Tribhuwan University or from any other University or Board recognized by TU/NEB with pass percentage above.
  2. Must have obtained grade "C" or above in each subject in aggregate for GPA.
  3. Should apply in the prescribed form for entrance test.
  4. Should enclose with the application form attested copies of relevant certificates of all examinations passed along with three recent passport size photograph.
  5. Must pass, college entrance test and personal interview.
  6. Only the student passing the interview, will be eligible for an admission.
Syllabus

Semester I (Credit Hours - 22.5)

   

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

THS 161

Fundamentals of Tourism and Hospitality

3

FNB 171

Food Production & Patisserie I (Theory)

3

FNB 191

Food Production & Patisserie I (Practical)

 

FNB 172

Food and Beverage Service I (Theory)

3

FNB 192

Food and Beverage Service I (Practical)

1.5

RDM 181

Accommodation Operations I (Theory)

3

RDM 191

Accommodation Operations I (Practical)

1.5

ENG 101

English I

3

MGT 111

Principle of Management

3

   

22.5


 

Semester II(Credit Hours - 22.5)

   

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

FNB 174

Food Production & Patisserie II (Theory)

 

FNB 194

Food Production & Patisserie II (Practical)

 

1.5 FNB 175

Food and Beverage Service II (Theory)

3

FNB 195

Food and Beverage Service II (Practical)

 

RDM 183

Accommodation Operations II (Theory)

3

RDM 193

Accommodation Operations II (Practical)

1.5

MTH 105

Basic Mathematics

3

ENG 102

English II

3

FHN 191

Food Hygiene and Nutrition

3

   

22.5


 

Semester III (Credit Hours - 22.5)

   

Course Code

Course Description

Credit

Hours3 FNB 271

Food Production & Patisserie III (Theory)

3

1.5 FNB 291

Food Production & Patisserie III (Practical)

1.5

FNB 272

Food and Beverage Service III (Theory)

3

1.5 FNB 292

Food and Beverage Service III (Practical)

1.5

RDM 281

Rooms Division Management I (Theory)

3

RDM 291

Rooms Division Management I (Practical)

1.5

ACC 125

Hospitality Accounting I

3

MIS 201

Introduction to Management Inf. System

3

SOC 101

Fundamentals of Sociology

3

   

22.5




 

Semester IV (Credit Hours - 22.5)

   

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

FNB 274

Food Production & Patisserie IV (Theory)

3

FNB 294

Food Production & Patisserie IV (Practical)

 

FNB 275

Food and Beverage Service IV (Theory)

3

FNB 295

Food and Beverage Service IV (Practical)

1.5

RDM 283

Room Division Management II (Theory)

3

RDM 293

Room Division Management II (Practical)

1.5

ACC 126

Hospitality Accounting II

3

PSY 101

General Psychology

3

ENG 204

Business Communication For the Hotel Industry

 
   

22.5

 

Semester V (Credit Hours - 18)

   

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

HRM 153

Hospitality Human Resources Mgmt.

3

STT 105

Business Statistics

3

RCH 311

Business Research Methods

3

FIN 133

Fundamentals of Financial Management

3

MKT 143

Hospitality Marketing

3

     

Specialization 1 (Choose One)

   

FNB 371

Advance Food & Beverage Management

3

3 RDM 381

Advance Accommodation Operations Mgmt.

3

   

18


 

Semester VI (Credit Hours - 18)

   

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

MGT 312

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

3

MGT 216

Tourism Business Environment

3

ECO 105

Tourism Economics

3

MGT 412

Strategic Management

3

PRJ 494

Project work

3

     

Specialization 2 (Choose One)

   

FNB 372

Advance Food Production Management

3

RDM 382

Advance Room Division Management

3

   

18


 

Semester VII

   
     

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

INT 396

Internship

6


 

Semester VIII

   

Course Code

Course Description

Credit Hours

INT 397

Internship

6

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Meet Our Team

Vijaya Kumar Poudel

(Chairperson )

Balaram Poudel

(Honorary Principal )

Tulsi Ram Rijal

(Principal )

Our FAQ

Located at ........... near ......., our College is served by regular & quick public transport – buses, micro-vans, and tempos.

Admission is given on the basis of an Entrance Examination which is mandatory, comprehensive, and has to be cleared or on the basis of SEE grades. A personal interview closely conducted by the College Management is compulsory for all students accompanied by their parents.

Yes, our college offers varied scholarships to students on a need-cum-merit basis.

Some of our co-curricular activities include debating, elocution, essay writing, painting, drama, project, and excursions.

Our Library is full of text-books, reference books/encyclopedias, and journals/ newspapers/magazines to keep the students well-informed. We have transportation facility as well.

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