Research Associate, Livelihoods, Energy International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)
“The most challenging aspect of studying in AIT under the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change (EECC) were meeting the deadlines for countless assignments and presentations on top of mid-term and final examination each semester. But now I realize, had I not been challenged then, I might have not been competent now. AIT has equipped me with necessary skills and ability to work effectively under time constraints. My supervisor at work often praises me for being efficient at work, for which the credit goes fully to AIT.
While lectures are delivered in every academic institution, AIT way of education ensures that every student fully participates in the courses being offered. Moreover, students also get opportunities to participate and showcase their hobbies and extracurricular skills during cultural show and mini Olympics, held at AIT every semester.
For me personally, along with the quality education, other aspects of AIT, specially, the quiet, green and scenic AIT campus, chance to play football every evening on the AIT ground, the swimming pool and the gym were huge factors which kept me motivated and happy during my two years stay here.”