Central Campus of Technology, Dharan is the fore runner of food technology education in Nepal. To date, the campus has produced more than 500 highly qualified food technology graduates. Annually, nearly 25 percent of them go abroad for further studies. Ten percent of them find Government jobs and the rest go like hot cakes in various food industries on Nepal and abroad. The scope of food technology education in Nepal has increased dramatically in the past few years. As a result, by 2014, there are 11 academic institutions where food technology education is offered. In the light of recent trend in food technology education in Nepal.
Message from campus chief
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dil Kumar Limbu
Dear Students, Parents, and Well Wishers! It’s my great pleasure to welcome you all in Central Campus of Technology (CCT). It is situated at a very beautiful height at north-east corner of Dharan city. It is surrounded by peaceful and natural environment, really a suitable place for study.
Message from Chairperson
Prof. Pashupati Mishra
Dear Students, Parents, and Well Wishers! On behalf of Campus Management Committee, I welcome you all in Central Campus of Technology (CCT), Hattisar, Dharan. Located at the foothills of Bijayapur Height, it is surrounded by peaceful and serene environment which is suitable for learning and research.
Central Campus of Technology (CCT), a constituent campus of Tribhuvan University, inherits its present name and form from the erstwhile Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IASTech) established in Dharan in 1972.