British Faculty launches Nepal’s first cybersecurity and digital forensics program

Introduction of the Cyber ​​Safety and Digital Forensics course.

KATHMANDU: The British Faculty (TBC) launched Nepal’s very first (Honors) Cyber ​​Safety and Digital Forensics course.

This yr TBC was the primary institute in Nepal to obtain approval from the British Accreditation Council (BAC).

And now, in partnership with the College of the West of England, they’re providing this model new program accredited by the Engineering Council and the British Laptop Society within the UK.

In the course of the official launch of this system by Bam Bahadur Mishra, Deputy Governor of the Nepalese Rastra Financial institution (NRB), he mentioned: “Since Nepal had a nationwide ATM assault, NRB has felt that there’s a nice demand for specialists in digital forensics.”

“When that occurs we should spend some huge cash bringing experience into the nation, however the course means we have already got these specialists right here,” he added.

Anil Kumar Dutta, the joint secretary of the Ministry of Communications and Data Expertise, acknowledged that he’s at present making an attempt to determine a cybersecurity heart and continued to encourage different faculties in Nepal to observe in TBC’s footsteps and introduce programs like this one within the nation to carry college students the chance to remain right here to obtain their diploma.

Vishal Upadhyaya, Ncell’s Chief Data Officer, then introduced info and figures exhibiting the expansion and challenges within the space on the time.

As well as, representatives from Information Nepal made displays highlighting the significance of the course.

Rajen Kandel – the CEO and Founding father of the British Faculty introduced that admission to all programs is now open.


Subscribe Us to receive our latest news in your inbox!

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here