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A LEVEL AT ACE


Ace A Level program has been providing fulfilling and transformational learning experience to young students since its launch in 2008.

Ace A Level program has two specific objectives.

(a) Ensure that students are prepared well for their higher studies
(b) Develop students into thoughtful and responsible individuals.

Courses offered at Ace A Level are in the field of management, social sciences and computer science. Relevance of concepts learned to real life application is given strong emphasis not only in the classroom but also through interaction with practicing managers and leaders. Since the program focuses on overall development of students, various non-credit courses, in addition to the regular credit courses are offered to the students. With the objective of developing managerial and leadership skills in students, we engage them extensively in various extra-curricular and co-curricular activities.

Guided by our philosophy that each one of us learns differently and that no one approach is superior to the other, we encourage students to take responsibility for their learning. Teachers facilitate as students learn the fundamental concepts and seek its application in real life.

The teaching learning method includes lectures, small group exercises, management games, project works, case studies and presentations. Computers, statistical kits and audio-visual aids are also extensively used. Lecture sessions are interactive wherein students are encouraged to contribute through active participation.



ADMISSION FEE STRUCTURE SCHOLARSHIPS FACILITIES

ACADEMIC COURSES

Students are required to enroll into at least three and a half credit courses. Minimum of five students need to be enrolled for the credit course availability. The credit courses that are currently on offer are as follows:

01

Accounting-9706

02

Business-9609

03

Computer Science- 9608

04

Economics-9708

05

English General Paper-8021

06

Literature in English-9695

07

Mathematics-9709

08

Nepal Studies-8024

09

Psychology-9698

10

Sociology-9699

Non-Credit Courses

01

Art and Design

02

Photography

03

Theatre

ECA/CCA Activities

Ace A Level program adopts a holistic approach to preparing students for further study, career and life. The program offers fulfilling experience to young aspirants through extensive focus on extra-curricular and co-curricular activities, in addition to providing amenities, resources and an environment for academic excellence.


The major ECA/CCA activities of the academic year 2017/18 have been summarized below.

Orientation Workshop

The Orientation Workshop, a one and a half day residential program was conducted on June 24 – 25 in Hotel Country Villa, Nagarkot. The main purpose of the workshop is to break the ice while knowing college values and developing knowledge on management basics.

Induction Program

The Induction Program commenced from June 26 to July 7. It is designed to prepare students for the intensive workload ahead. These two weeks at the college before the start of regular classes were spent in sharpening the basic skills required by students to succeed in the programme.

Welcome Program

The A2 Level students (Batch of 2016) organized a Welcome Program for the AS Level students (Batch of 2017) on Saturday, August 5, 2017 at Evoke Café and Bistro, Jhamsikhel. This is an annual event conducted by the senior batch to welcome the freshers.

Futsal Tournament

An intra-school Futsal Tournament was organized on July 7, 2017 at Grassroots Futsal, Mandikatar. Boys and Girls Teams from AS and A2 participated in the tournament.

Ace उत्सव 2016

The inter-school talent festival took place at Ace A Level premises for a day on November 10, 2017, in which tenth grade student from various schools inside Kathmandu valley participated in different competitive activities. With support from Program Management Team, the event was conducted and managed by the students.

International exposure

For the international exposure students travelled to Thailand from December 27, 2017 to January 1, 2018. The recreational tour provided students with much required break, and has left behind memories to cherish in the future.

A Visit to Bal Batika

On 25th Dec 2017 students of A-Level visited Bal Batika and even if for a day, created happiness for and with the less fortunate. They organized games and talent shows, gave away stationeries and shared gifts with those in foster care.

Ace Inter A Level Basketball Tournament 2018

With the participation of a sizeable number of colleges inside Kathmandu valley, the Inter A Level Basketball Tournament organized by Ace A Level program from January 27 to February 3 at Dasarath Rangasala Covered Hall, Tripureshwor was a remarkable success. This is an annual event that we have been conducting since 2010.

Guest Lecture

A Level students took the session on Career – Counselling from Bikrant Shrestha, entrepreneur and the proprietor of Yes, Sir Vehicle Rental and Fuchhe Restaurant. This helped them guide, shape, and plan for their future pursuit. The session initiated students to acquaint themselves with the national and international universities and exposed to possible choices.

Ace Portrayals 2018

Ace Portrayals 2018, a medley of Painting, Photography and Stage Play, was conducted at Russian Centre of Science and Culture, Kamal Pokhari on February 9. The event included the following activities.

  1. Exhibition of Theme Based Painting & Photography (Prepared by the Batch of 2017)
  2. Stage Play (Performed by the Batch of 2016)

In order to equip students with the skills required for performing these art forms, formal training sessions were conducted once a week from August, 2017 to February, 2018.

Picnic

A picnic was organized on March 2 at Godawari. The entire A Level students, faculties and management team enjoyed the day with fun filled games and activities.

Farewell Program

The AS Level students (Batch of 2017) organized a Farewell Program for the A2 Level students (Batch of 2016) at Bhangeri Durbar Resort, Nagarkot on March 30-31, 2018. This is an annual event organized by the junior batch to bid goodbye to the graduating students.