Although cooperative learning is old method of classroom activities in the Western educational setting, it is not widely exercised in Nepalese academia. In this book, an attempt is made to apply cooperative learning in Oral Communication and English Composition class in a public college of Nepal to examine how effective it is perceived among students of various learning levels. The lessons are made in cooperative structure, the feedback from students and the data were analyzed to understand the cooperative learning in Nepal. Results of this study show that cooperative learning groups outperformed individual learners on many measures. Cooperative pedagogy, therefore, is effective approach to be promoted by teachers and educators in Nepalese ELT.