Nepal

School of Public Health and Community Medicine 

Ghopa, Dharam,
P.O.Box 7053
Sunsari, Nepal

Jha Nilambar  - Director

www.bpkihs.edu

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Institute Profile

B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS) was established on Jan 18, 1993 and subsequently upgraded as an autonomous Health Sciences University on Oct 28, 1998 with a mandate to work towards developing socially responsible and competent health workforce, providing health care & involving in innovative health research. The Institute, located in Eastern Nepal, has extended its continued health services through teaching district concept to Primary Health Care Centers, District Hospitals and Zonal Hospitals in different districts of the region. This University is aptly named after Bisheshwar Prasad Koirala, Nepal's visionary leader in social uplifting, firm believer of national integration.

BPKIHS has a vision of a self-governing, self-reliant international Health Sciences University attracting students and teachers from all over the world to its constantly innovative educational programs. One mandate of BPKIHS is  to produce skilled health workforce to meet the country's need and also to function as a center of excellence in the field of tropical and infectious diseases. Its best example is the ongoing Kala-azar Project in collaboration with international bodies. BPKIHS has postgraduate, undergraduate, and university certificate programs and from this year starting Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program. It has four colleges: Medical, Dental, Nursing, and Public Health with a 700-bedded Central Teaching Hospital. The medical college has well-established major clinical and basic science departments.

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Nepal Facts

POPULATION:

29,331,000

SIZE:

147,181 Sq Km

GDP (USD):

$18.9 Billion

AVERAGE INCOME:

$1,120

LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH:

- Coronary Heart Disease
- Influenza and Pneumonia
- Stroke
- Lung Disease
- Hypertension

INFANT MORTALITY:

41 deaths/1,000 live births

AVERAGE LIFE SPAN:

Male: 65 
Female: 69

 


Source: WHO, World Bank, World Health Rankings