Parbat district is located in the western development region with bordering to Kaski, Syangya, Baglung and Gulmi districts. It covers an area of 536. 86 sq. km. and altitude varies from 520 amsl to 3300 amsl. The district receives annual average rainfall of 2500 mm and it includes tropical, sub-tropical and temperate climate zone. The district has not been benefited from the Kaligandaki River, which flows on the west. The river is used for rafting and generating hydropower at Mirmi of Syangja district. The river is also a good source of sand and boulders. The Modi river has high potential for hydro power generation- two hydro projects have already generated power and another is in pipeline. Other rivers of this district are Lungdi, Lasti, Seti, Rati, Pati, Jhare, Malyangdi, Lamaya, Chirdi, Luwa, Bachha and Paiyue.rnBased on the population census of 2011, the total population of the district is 146,590 with 35,719 households, which are distributed in 55 Village Development Committees, 11 Ilakas and 2 constituencies, and Kushma Bazaar is the district headquarters. Brahman, Chhetri, Thakuri, amd Sagyashi (Giri and Puri) cover 60.14% of total population. Adibasi Janajati occupies 18.82% and Dalit 20.3% and 1.35% others. Nearly 90% of the population is Hindu followed by Buddhist (11.82%) and Islam 0.25%. Life expectancy of the people is 58 years (2009) and population density is 344 people/ About 51% of people are farmers, 6% businesspersons, 20% government employees, 12% in overseas employment, 11% in on domestic daily wage labour and 11% are involved in miscellaneous jobs. terms of Human Development, Parbat district is ranked at 14th position (0.504) and it is 18th in terms of human poverty (35.5) and 15th in terms of gender development. Literacy rate is 57.3percent out of which female are 47.5 percent and male are 68.1 percent. Gupteshwor Multiple Campus was established in 2048 with joint effort of the people of Shivalaya VDC and other VDCs in the neighborhood. It is named after Gupteshwor cave that lies 500 m to the west of Kushma bazaar. Initially the campus was affiliated to TU for running classes of Proficiency Certificate Level (PCL) under the Faculty of Management and Humanities. A decade later, in 2058 it started B.A. program to address growing need of higher education. On the other hand, the campus introduced +2 programs affiliated to HSEB due to the phase-out of PCL programs. In course of the extension of academic program, B.B.S. program was added in 2059 and B.Ed. program in 2062 with affiliation to TU. It has been making efforts to offer more educational opportunities and services.rnThe campus has covered the students of entire Parbat district, eastern parts of Baglung district and other districts. The campus has made a significant contribution in the periods of two decades trying to impart the quality education to the students of lower and lower middle class communities. The major economic source of the campus is the studeents' fee apart from the regular grants of University Grants Commission (UGC). Similarly, UGC Second Higher Education Project, Scheeme 'D' selected GMC for other grants. There are 574 students studying in graduate level. Out of which 371 are females, 203 percent males. The graduate students of this campus have engaged in multiple sectors. It is important to identify their employment situation in order to evaluate the standard of the production that will be supportive to make further plans for qualitative education. The study focuses on: what is the situation of graduate passed students from GMC, their social relationship and the way they are supported by the education they have gained from this institution.