TU approves autonomy law
Kathmandu, Jan. 12- The general assembly of the Tribhuvan University (TU), the largest and oldest university of the country, passed the ‘Rules regarding autonomous educational institutions or colleges under TU-2006’.
The Regulation aims at promoting quality education by making the affiliated campuses and institutes autonomous, providing maximum admission facilities to the programs on higher education, utilising new technologies in the teaching and learning processes and making the education more pragmatic, according to Information Section of the University.
The Regulation has also focused on making the institutes and campuses under the TU economically self-reliant by further consolidating the existing system of providing lump-sum grant and improving administrative measures, it is said.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister Mainali pointed out the need of developing the TU as a more renowned centre for higher studies, research and quality education.Vice-chancellor of the University Professor Dr. Govinda Prasad Sharma highlighted the role of the TU in producing efficient human resource for the country.Registrar Professor Gitabhakta Joshi and Rector Professor Dr. Mahendra Singh shed light on different activities of the University.