This college was built in 2013 by the Italian Charity Fruili Mandi. In order to attract teachers and students, KASIN has funded an inaugural four day visit by experts and professors from Chitwan Rampur College (Nepal’s only Agricultural College recognised by the Tribhuwan University.) and from Kathmandu .
As a result the college now has two graduate teachers and two interns teaching 80 students. This will help them move away from the subsistence farming techniques employed at present and to make the transition to modern farming methods. This should encourage school leavers to stay in the area rather than to migrate to Kathmandu or even the Gulf in search of employment.