It gives me immense pleasure to welcome you all on the premises of the Himalayan WhiteHouse International College, School of Science and Technology. We are proceedingahead with the motto of “Quality Education for The Nation” creating the fully conducive environment for skill manpower. The educational scenario around the globe is constantly changing, and has been welcoming new sorts of practices and programs. The technical education plays the vital role changing society and quality... See More

Prof. Toya Narayan Paudel
Principal

Kathmandu, Metropolitan City, Putalisadak, Kathmandu

http://www.whitehousegsm.edu.np/

About College

WhiteHouse College of Management and Technology under the aiges of Himalayan Whitehouse International College. At  WhiteHouseCMT,  students  are  encouraged to think for themselves, conduct  their  own  research,  and  analyze   their   own   findings.   As   students  of  higher  learning,  they  utilize their innovation to discover the  answers  to  life’s  questions.  They learn to be independent and responsible   thinkers,   mentored   by   a   team   of   highly   qualified   professors,  and  supported  by  a  competent  and  caring  staff.  The  openness to new ideas, driven by a thirst for knowledge, leads more and more students to WhiteHouse. Here,  their  innovative  spirit  finds  release. 

 

They  discover  all  sorts  of   creative   means   to   multiply   their  limited  advantages,  to  think  outside the box, to see limitations not as obstacles but as portals to opportunities.  And  they  harness  the courage and determination to finish  what  they  start,  to  believe  in  themselves,  and  to  take  on  responsibility. They learn the ethics of doing business and relating to others,  of  being  true  to  oneself  and  the  values  of  family,  school,  and    society.   With    openness,    innovation,        and        courage,        WhiteHouse  students  become  an  unstoppable   force   for   change.   The   school   supplies   the  tools,   clears the path, and puts dreams into  focus.

 

Combining  these  with  a  student’s  strength  of  character  and belief in oneself, success for a WhiteHouseCMT  graduate  is  assured.  "The  BBA,  BLAS,  Executive  MBA  and  MBA  courses  at  WhiteHouse  College of Management and Technology will arm you with the contemporary ideals  backed  up  with  a  solid  theoretical   base   and   practical   perspective.  Your  journey  will  be  forward-looking  from  then  on  as  WhiteHouseCMT  hands  you  the  reins  to  your  career  PATH  and  DREAMS."

Our Values

We transform lives by creating and sharing knowledge, while instilling values that prepare leaders for tomorrow's world.
 

  • Excellence: We value excellence in teaching, research and school management.
  • Creativity: We value innovation and creative thinking.
  • An Entrepreneurial Culture: We value effective decision making and entrepreneurial implementation of ideas.
  • Ethical Behavior and Respect: We value ethical practices and diverse perspectives.

 

Features:

  • Seminars and exposure visit for MBA students 
  • Graduate Development Programs (Non- Credit)
  • Finishing school sessions in 3rd & 4th Semesters
  • Job Placement guaranteed including business organizations.

Vision

WhitehouseCMT is a lifetime partnership analyzing and adopting a creative thinking approach from a local and global perspectrive, grooming for challanges in the corporate world perferred by both the student and the industry envisaging in advancing theories and practices through cutting edge teaching pedagogy, research and infrastructure.

Mission

Providing quality, student-centered business education. Engaging in relevant research and expanding the frontiers of knowlwdge and business education. Extending our education research and outreach efforts to be responsive to the driving force of our economy including globalization, sustainability, ethics entrepreneurship,innovation and business education

Goals

The goal of WhiteHouseCMT is to attain academic excellence and Extra-Curricular brilliance. We strive to create a harmonious discipline in and outside the college premises which directly and indirectly affects the society positively. In our academic session, we endeavor to make sure our students have fun learning and sharing

 

Motto

Think now. Think Smart. Think Ahead.

Our Courses

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

Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM) Program provides complete theoretical and practical training of hospitality industry where the students learn the real-life situation to improve skill, knowledge and competencies to become successful managers and entrepreneurs. Students receive hand-on experience and training to be able to easily handle any department of hospitality industry where they can apply their theoretical learning in real life situation. The Contribution of in-semester and semester-end assessment in the aggregate evaluation is in the ratio of 60:40 being 60 in-semester and 40 end-semester.

 

SALIENT FEATURES

  • Updated Syllabus
  • One-year internship program at national and international 5 Star Hotels.
  • Specialization alternatives In different areas.
  • Industry and corporate exposure.
  • International Paid internship for interested students
Syllabus
SEMESTER-I      

18 Credit Hours              

BHM/111     English for Hospitality      
BHM/112        Principle or Management    
BHM/113 Food & Beverage Service-I
BHM/114 Food Production-I                  
BHM/115              Front Office Operation-I 
BHM/116      House Keeping-I
SEMESTER-II      

18 Credit Hours              

BHM/121     Fundamentals of Travel &Tourism     
BHM/122        Personality Development                         
BHM/123 Food & Beverage Service-II
BHM/124 124Food Production-II
BHM/125              Front Office Operation-II
BHM/126      House Keeping-II              
SEMESTER-III    

18 Credit Hours              

BHM/131     Food Science & Nutrition
BHM/132        Principles of Accounting
BHM/133 Food & Beverage Service-III
BHM/134 Food Production-III                                    
BHM/135              Hotel French
BHM/136      Economics of Tourism and Hospitality
SEMESTER-IV      

18 Credit Hours              

BHM/141     Customer Safety & Security Management    
BHM/142        Hotel Accounting   
BHM/143 Bartending & Beverage Management
BHM/144 Food Production-IV
BHM/145              Organizational Behavior
BHM/146      Statistics
SEMESTER-V           

18 Credit Hours              

BHM/151     Hotel Maintenance and Engineering
BHM/152        Hospitality Law
BHM/153-1 Event & Banquet Management
BHM/153-2  Bakery & Confectionery
BHM/154     Entrepreneurship Development
BHM/155      Hospitality Management Information system
BHM/156 Human Resources Development In Hospitality
SEMESTER-VI      

18 Credit Hours              

BHM/161     Hospitality Marketing
BHM/162        Food and Beverage Management
BHM/163-1 Rooms Division Management
BHM/163-2 Food Production Operation
BHM/164 Professional seminar in Hospitality Management
BHM/165              Research Methodology
BHM/166      Strategic Management
SEMESTER-VII      

18 Credit Hours              

BHM/171 Internship/Report Writing
SEMESTER-VIII      

18 Credit Hours              

BHM/181     Internship/Report writing

 

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Faculty Science & IT
Course Bachelor Of Information Technology
Course Duration 4 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description

The Bachelor of Information Technology is a four year program in information technology having 139 credit hours. This program provides the good knowledge in computer science, communication technology and their application in the respective fields.

This program focuses on the systems development aspects of employment in the information technology profession. Students gain extensive experience in developing information and communications technology to address the needs of modern organizations.

The information technology related units covered in the course include basic programming constructs and modern programming environments, networking engineering principles and wireless networking protocols, object-oriented software architectures, data base management system, multimedia system, Financial management and accounting, and software quality management. Information Systems units include database management, corporate IT strategy and governance, information systems analysis and design, document and workflow and management support.

Information technology (IT) is all about developing, building and maintaining software technology systems to meet the challenges faced by business and society. We train IT graduates to be technically savvy, creative and flexible.

The students will learn to work on a team for producing and implementing substantial networked or distributed software -based system to address current and emerging needs of local business, government and community organizations.

 

ELIGIBILITY FOR ACADEMIC

Students seeking admission to Bachelor of Information Technology programs must have completed intermediate in any stream with Mathematics or Business mathematics in plus 2/ Bachelor of Information Technology Diploma ( at least 100 marks ) from a recognized institutions securing at least second division (45%).

Aspiring students must pass the Entrance Examination conducted by Purbanchal University.
 

SCHOLARSHIP

The scholarship in this program shall be awarded on the following basis:

  • Five percent scholarship on the basis of merit of entrance examination conducted by Purbanchal University.
  • Five percent scholarship on the basis of reservation quota specified by Purbanchal University. Degree Award After successful completion a student will be awarded degree entitled “Bachelor of Information Technology” by Purbanchal University.
Syllabus
1

Mathematics - I

2 Fundamental of information system
3 Technical Communicative English
4 Basic Electrical System and circuits
5 Principal of Management
6 Programming in C
7 Project – I

 

First year / Second semester

1

Mathematics - II

2 Electronics Devices and circuits
3

Digital logic

4

Object oriented Programming in C++

5

Financial Management and Accounting

6

Project – II

Second year / first semester:

1

System analysis and Design

2

Numerical Methods

3

User interface Design

4 Microprocessor and Assembly language
5 Data structure and Algorithms
6

Project – III

Second year / Second semester

1

Computer Architecture

2

Data Base management system

3 Principle of Electronic communication
4 Operating system
5

System analysis and Design

6 Marketing Management
7

Project – IV

Third year / First semester:

 

1

Probability and Statistics

2

Data Communication

3 Society and Ethics in information technology
4

Computer Graphics

5

Operating system

6

Project – V

Third year /Second semester:

 

1

Computer network and telecommunication

2

Embedded system Programming

3

Data Mining and Data warehousing

4

Management information system

5

Web technology and programming

6

Project – VI

Fourth year / First semester:

 

1

Network Programming

2

Software engineering

3

 Multimedia system and communication

4

Distributed processing

5

Artificial intelligence

6

Elective – I

Fourth year /Second semester:

1

Project Management

2 E-Commerce
3

Wireless Communication system

4 Elective – II
5

Project –VII

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Faculty Science & IT
Course B.Tech in Biotechnology
Course Duration
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description
Syllabus
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Faculty Engineering
Course Bachelor in Electronics & Communication Engineering
Course Duration 1 Year
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description

Bachelor of Electronics and Communication Engineering is a four year program with 162 credit hours. This program is the utilization of science and math applied to practical problems in the field of communications. Electronics and communication engineers are engaged in research, design, development and testing of the electronic equipment used in various communication systems. They contribute in the domain of modern communication devices as cellular telephones, radios and television.

Studying electronics and communication engineering is the dream of every aspirant due to a number of reasons – growth, job opportunities, salary range and continuous industry growth.

The major driving force for the present day Information Technology revolution is the development in Electronics & communication Engineering. The advancements in microelectronics, satellite and optical fiber technology, analog and digital communication techniques have resulted in developing complex electronics devices, circuits and equipment capable of implementing fast and efficient telecommunication systems. Real time transfer of audio and video signals is now possible with recent trends in broad band technologies. Penetration of electronics has now revolutionized other areas like health care, instrumentation, automation, remote sensing, signal processing etc.

Syllabus

First year / First semester

1

Mathematics - I

2 Computer Concept
3 Physics
4 Engineering Drawing - I
5 Workshop Technology
6 Communicative English
7 Computer Programming

 First Year / Second semester

1

Mathematics – II

2 Object Oriented Programming C++
3 Applied Mechanics
4

Chemistry

5

Engineering Drawing II

6

Electro Engineering Material

7

Electrical Engineering I

Second year / First semester

1

Mathematics – III

2

Thermo, heat and mass transfer

3

Digital Electronics

4

Electronics Devices

5

Mechanical and Properties of Solid

6 Electrical Engineering II

Second Year / Second semester

 1

Applied Mathematics

 2

Instrumentation I

 3

Microprocessor

 4 Electronics Circuit I
 5

Electrical Machines and Drives

 6

Applied Sociology

 7

Electromagnetic

Third year / First semester

 1

 Numeric Methods

 2

Electronics Circuit II

 3

Signal and System

 4

Power Electronics

 5

Control System

Third year / Second semester

 1

Research Methodology

 2

Probability and Statistics

 3

Communication System I

 4 Computer Graphics
 5

Filter Design

 6

Digital Control System

7

Engineering Economics

Fourth year / First semester

 1

Web Programming Techniques

 2

Organization and Management

 3

Computer Architecture

 4 Antennas and Propagation
 5 Communication System II
6 Elective I

Fourth year / First semester

 1

Telecommunication

 2

Engineering Professional Practice

 3

Digital Signal Processing

 4 Instrumentation II
 5 Elective - II
6 Elective I
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Faculty Engineering
Course Bachelor of Civil Engineering
Course Duration 4 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description
Syllabus
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Faculty Humanities
Course Bachelor in Liberal Arts and Sciences
Course Duration 4 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description
Syllabus
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Faculty Management
Course Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Course Duration 2 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description
Syllabus
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Faculty Engineering
Course Bachelor of Computer Engineering
Course Duration 4 Years
Course Fees NRs./-
Course Description

Bachelor of Computer Engineering is a four years program with 140 credit hours. This program focuses on the study of Computer Science and Electronics Engineering. BE Computer focuses not only software but also on hardware with emphesis on the integration of latest technology.
A computer engineer, is responsible for developing, testing and evaluating the software that make our computers work. They may help in the development of new computer games and business applications, or even in the design of entirely Computer Engineering new operating systems. A computer engineer may also be responsible for constructing and managing an organization’s computer system and supplying technical support. A computer engineer typically works in an office or laboratory environment as part of a team and enjoys a traditional work schedule.


DEGREE AWARD

After successful completion a student will be awarded degree entitled “Bachelor of Computer Engineering” by Purbanchal University.

Syllabus

First year / First semesterCourse Structure:

 

1

Mathematics - I

2 Physics
3 Communication English
4 Engineering Drawing
5 Elements and Devices of Computing technology
6 Workshop technology
7 Computer Programming

First Year / Second semester

1

Mathematics – II

2 Object Oriented Programming
3 Chemistry
4

Applied Mechanics

5 Electrical Engineering
6

Digital logic

Second year / First semester

1

Mathematics – III

2

 Information System Design

3

 Data Structure and Algorithms

4

 Computer Organization and Architecture

5

 Electronics Devices and Circuits

6  Project I

Second Year / Second semester

 1 Microprocessor
 2 Database Management System
 3 Free and open source Programming
 4 Discrete Mathematics
 5 Communication System
 6

 Applied Sociology

Third year / First semester

 1 Numerical Methods
 2

Algorithms Analysis and Design

 3

Computer Graphics

 4

Operating System

 5

Research Methodology

 6

Project

Third year / Second semester

 1

Project and organization Management

 2

Theory of Computation

 3 Multimedia technology
 4 Computer Network
 5

Probability and Statistics

 6 Engineering Economics

Fourth year / First semester

 1

Entrepreneurship

 2

Artificial Intelligence

 3 Software Engineering
 4 Simulation and Modeling
 5

Project

 6

Elective – I

Fourth year / Second semester

 1

Cryptography

 2

Engineering Professional Practice

 3 Data Mining and Data Warehousing
 4

Advance Computer Architecture

 5

Elective II

6

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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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