Monday March 30,2020

News FY 2073-74

Nabil Bank and The British Council join hands for fee collection

Nabil Bank and The British Council (TBC) have entered into an agreement to facilitate payment of fees by students for various tests including IELTS. Mr. Sashin Joshi, Chief Executive Officer of Nabil Bank and Dr. Jovan llic, Country Director of The British Council signed the agreement in an event held today at the Bank. 

With this partnership, students can now visit Nabil bank’s selected branches for payment of fees for tests conducted by TBC.  Bank will be offering this service from its branches namely, Butwal, Biratnagar, Chitwan, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Birtamode, Pokhara and 9 Kathmandu valley branches namely, Teendhara, Lalitpur, Kaushaltar, Maharajgunj, New Road, Naya Baneshwor, Kantipath, Balaju, Chabahil from 15 June 2017 and 18 June 2017 respectively.  This service aims to benefit students residing outside Kathmandu as well.   

Mr. Sashin Joshi, Chief Executive Officer stated “We are pleased to partner with The British Council for the collection of test/ IELTS fees from our branches. It will facilitate students of various locations for easy payment through its many branches. We will also be rolling out online payment service in due course. It is a privilege to partner with a prestigious institution like The British Council to facilitate students who wish to pursue higher studies.”


Dr. Jovan llic, Country Director of The British Council stated “Nabil Bank is a highly recommended bank that is one reason we have chosen Nabil Bank as our IELTS payment partner. We hope to receive the same level of professional service which we have heard about. British Council is thankful with Nabil Bank for this partnership and easing the payment process for our IELTS test takers”.


The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. British Council creates friendly knowledge and understanding between the people of the UK and Nepal. British Council changes lives by creating opportunities, building connections and engendering trust through UK Qualifications, sharing UK and Nepal expertise and by creating employment opportunities for Nepali citizens. 



Mr. Sashin Joshi,Chief Executive Officer of Nabil Bank  and Dr. Jovan llic, Country Director of The British Council signing the agreement.