PCPS College is located in the heart of the Kathmandu valley, at Kopundole, conveniently situated away from the main roads thereby providing a congenial environment for academic pursuits.
Total Building Area
The academic complex spread over an area of 10952 square feet includes the College building, the basketball court and the parking lot. PCPS has provided state-of-the-art facilities in the College building to ensure premium services are in place for students enrolling into the academic programmes that are delivered.
The lecture rooms are spacious, airy, well illuminated and designed to accommodate 30 students in comfortable furniture settings with dedicated internet connectivity and provisions for power-point presentations.
There are two computer laboratories, set up to meet the requirements of the Computer Science and Software Engineering course, one specific for mobile application development.
The tutorial rooms are smaller sized versions of the lecture rooms to facilitate student-module leader interaction on a one-to-one basis or in smaller groups.
The student learning hub is designed to provide the students space for their leisurely activities within the College hours. This is the room to go to and sit down over a cup of tea or coffee and work independently or in small groups during the independent activity or assignments.
Apart from the full-fledged laboratories, there are smaller sized project rooms equipped with the necessities for students planning and working on group projects.
The library is situated at the fifth level and comprises of the digital section housing the online resources in addition to the borrowing and reference section. Ample space with tables, chair are in place for students wanting to work within the library itself.
Audio Visual Room
The audio-video presentation room is equipped with the provisions for recording and playback of practice sessions of presentations so as to provide students with insights into improving one’s delivery, diction and content before the actual presentation in the classrooms.
The group discussion rooms in each floor provides the space for the planning, discussion and implementation phase of group projects, assignments and their close proximity to the faculty rooms ensures that faculty supervision and guidance is at hand whenever required.