Nepal Medical Students’ Society is a representative organization of bachelor level medical students established with the aim of providing rightful and timely guidance to the education activities, providing adequate knowledge and skills to the concerned students for serving mankind by the prevention and treatment of diseases and elevation of general health status (NMSS constitution; published on 22nd March 1987)
NMSS is an internationally recognized, non-profit making, non-political and purely professional organization of medical students of Nepal. It is guided in its action by two main principles student welfare and social service. Since its establishment in 1985, NMSS has not only played an important role in uplifting academic environment but also conducted various activities like blood donation, rural health camps, student exchange, cultural programs and celebration of various international days. Our mandate, as we describe it, is to work for overall development of the medical students and young doctors so that they can work as responsible health professional in near future.
Institute of Medicine is one unit of TU looking for all the medical schools affiliated under TU and Maharajgunj Medical Campus is the central campus of TU. Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital(TUTH) is one the most busy and tertiary level referral centre of Nepal located in Maharajgunj, Kathmandu. We are pleased to have our elective in collaboration with TUTH
NMSS is also involved in conducting Reproductive Health Education Program for Adolescents in School.
Nepal remains isolated from the world's major land, air and sea transport routes although, within the country, aviation is in a better state, with 48 airports, ten of them with paved runways; flights are frequent and support a sizable traffic. The hilly and mountainous terrain in the northern two-thirds of the country has made the building of roads and other infrastructure difficult and expensive. Despite the fact, most of the transportation is through roadways and the means are buses, taxis, tempos, rickshaws, automobiles, motorbikes, bicycles, etc. Other means of transportation; though in limited areas; are cable cars (Kurintar - Manakamana Temple)and railways (Janakpur - Jaynagar). Condition of Highways vary from well maintained two lane Highways to potholed and hilly roads. The drive in a later type of roads may give you roller coaster ride. Visitors are permitted to drive their own cars but the vehicles must possess an international carnet. There are regular bus services to Kathmandu and major cities from all the border points. The interior parts of the country are also linked with a number of highways and roads. Any way the network of roads and highways have linked several tourist destinations, cities, Industrial and commercial centers in Nepal. The main highways are from East to West and Link roads from North to south.
Tribhuvan International Airport is the sole international airport in Nepal and has one domestic terminal and one international terminal. At present, about 30 international airlines connect Nepal to destinations in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The airport is in the Kathmandu valley.
Nepal Airlines is the National flag carrier that fly - between Hong Kong and Kathmandu. between Bangkok and Kathmandu. between Singapore and Kathmandu via Bangkok. between Osaka and Kathmandu via Shanghai. between Delhi and Kathmandu. between Bombay and Kathmandu.
Rara National Park is Nepal's smallest and most scenic national park. Rara National Park covers 106 square km. Much of the park is at an altitude of about 3000 meters forested by conifers. The park was established in 1976 and protects some of the most beautiful alpine and sub-alpine ecosystems of the Himalaya. It is considered one of the finest parks in the world. The centrepiece is the pristine Lake Rara at 2990m,
Chitwan(the heart of the jungle) National Park is situated 90 kilometres Southwest of Kathmandu, covering an area of 932 sq.km, it is the first national park of the country. Established in 1973 to preserve a unique ecosystem and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Such a diverse combination of nature provides a perfect habitat for wildlife.
Kathmandu Valley Only at a few places on earth, a visitor can experience a combination of natural and cultural beauty like in the Kathmandu Valley. The valley consists of many temples and monasteries, which house as many idols of Hindu and Buddhism gods, goddesses and buddhas, as there are people. The Kathmandu Valley will be the first destination in Nepal to visit, when you arrive in Nepal.
Muktinath Temple in Mustang district
Muktinath is a sacred place both for Hindus and Buddhists located in Muktinath Valley at an altitude of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorong La mountain pass (part of the Himalayas) in Mustang, Nepal.