1. Registration and Admission
    The students selected for various programmes at the College of Natural Resources (CNR) are asked to report to the college on 15th July 2013 positively and register on 16th July      2013. Except for extenuating circumstances, late registration will not be entertained.

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A group of twenty students from SIT (School for International Training, based in US) visited CNR on March 24, 2013. During their three days stay at the college, the students attended a series of seminars and went to various field excursions.
 
During their stay, the students interacted  with CNR students and share their views and experiences. The group led by Ms. Isabelle and Mr. Rinzi Sherpa and two other staff left the college on the morning of March 28, 2013.

This is the third group of SIT students to visit CNR. The first group came in early March 2011 and also stayed for five days.
 

Under the dynamism of the Dean of Student Affairs, the first ever Community Support Service (CSS) club at College of Natural Resources (CNR) was constituted this year.
 
The club has highest membership enrolment with 110 members among other clubs of college. By the gender composition 78 are males and 32 females. In addition to the highest member enrolment, the club also has different age groups and experiences which give an added advantage to the performance of the club.
For all those diploma graduates who have registered for the BSc in-service entrance examination, verification of documents and issuing of registration number will be done on 26th December, 2012. Therefore, all those who have registered for the BSc in-service entrance exam should report to Bhakta Shangshon with relevant documents before 10.00 am on 26th Dec. 2012.
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