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Tribhuvan University

त्रिभुवन विश्वविद्यालय

Tribhuvan University
Tribhuvan University
logo (blue and red hexagram)

Type Public

Established 1959 (2016 B.S.)

Chancellor Prime Minister of Nepal

Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Tirtha Raj Khaniya[1]

Academic staff

7,049 professorial faculty 5607 other faculty[2]

Students 604,437[3]

Location Kathmandu, Nepal

Campus Kirtipur

Website tribhuvan-university.edu.np

Tribhuvan University
Tribhuvan University
(TU, Nepali: त्रिभुवन विश्वविद्यालय) is a public university in Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal. Established in 1959, TU is the oldest university in Nepal.[4] In terms of enrollment, it is the ninth largest university in the world. The university offers 2,079 undergraduate and 2,000 postgraduate programs across a wide range of disciplines.[citation needed] As of March 2017, the university has 60 constituent campuses and 1,084 affiliated colleges across the country.[5] Since it is government financed, it is less expensive than private universities.

Contents

1 History 2 Academics

2.1 Technical institutes 2.2 Faculties and associated central departments 2.3 Constituent campuses

2.3.1 Eastern Development Region 2.3.2 Central Development Region (Out of Kathmandu
Kathmandu
Valley) 2.3.3 Central Development Region (Inside Kathmandu
Kathmandu
Valley) 2.3.4 Western Development Region 2.3.5 Mid-Western Development Region 2.3.6 Far-Western Development Region

3 Organization

3.1 Council

4 Facilities 5 Societies 6 References

History[edit] Established under the TU Act in 1959, Tribhuvan University
Tribhuvan University
is the oldest and largest university in Nepal. The university was named after the late King Tribhuvan. In its early years, all the postgraduate classes were held at Tripureshwor Campus. The administrative office was also located in Tripureshwor. It was only in 1967, that the university was relocated to its main campus in Kirtipur
Kirtipur
– an ancient town about 5 km south-west of the city of Kathmandu. The university at Kirtipur, which spreads over an area of 154.77 hectares, constitutes the Central Administrative Office and the Central Campus.[6] TU marked its golden jubilee in 2009 organizing programmes. Academics[edit]

Tribhuvan University
Tribhuvan University
Administrative Building

Since its inception, the state-owned university has expanded its programmes. There are five technical institutes and four general faculties. The university offers 115 courses for the technical proficiency certificate level. TU offers 1079 courses at Bachelor's level and 1000 courses at Master’s level. It offers Ph.D. degrees in the technical institutes and faculties. TU ran its programmes only through its constituent campuses before 1980. With the increasing number of students wanting higher education, it was not possible to accommodate all the students in the constituent campuses. This situation led to the establishment of colleges in the private sector because the constituent campuses alone could not meet the demand. From 1979–80, TU started providing affiliation to private colleges. As of April 2016, 1,084 private and public colleges were affiliated with TU.[7] In the 2014–2015 academic session 4,05,341 students were enrolled in TU academic programmes. 1,48,141 (36.55%) students study in its 60 constituent campuses including 38 central departments, while 2,57,200 (63.45%) students study in 1,053 affiliated colleges.[8][citation needed] TU has 7,841 teaching faculty and 7,413 non-teaching staff including the support staff in its constituent campuses. The number of total employees is 15,254.[9][citation needed] Technical institutes[edit] The university administers its science and technology programs, such as BSc, BE, MBBS, etc., through its technical institutes. There are five technical institutes at the university, each taking care of a specific domain within the field of science and technology education.

Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science Institute of Medicine Institute of Engineering Institute of Science and Technology Institute of Forestry

Faculties and associated central departments[edit] There are four faculties and a total of 38 associated central departments at the university:[6]

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Central Department of Anthropology Central Department of Botany Central Department of Buddhist Studies Central Department of Chemistry Central Department of Computer Science and Information Technology Central Department of Culture Central Department of Economics Central Department of English Central Department of Environmental Science Central Department of Biotechnology Central Department of Fine Arts Central Department of Food Technology Central Department of Geography Central Department of Hydrology and Meteorology Central Department of Geology Central Department of Hindi Central Department of History Central Department of Home Science Central Department of Journalism and Mass Communication Central Department of Library Science Central Department of Linguistics Central Department of Maithili Central Department of Mathematics Central Department of Microbiology Central Department of Nepali Central Department of Nepal
Nepal
Bhasha Central Department of Physics Central Department of Political Science Central Department of Population Studies Central Department of Psychology Central Department of Rural Development Central Department of Sanskrit Central Department of Sociology Central Department of Statistics Central Department of Zoology New Master’s Programmes under the Faculty of Humanities and Social Scienes[10]:

Master's Programme in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD)[11] Crisis Management Studies (CMS) Master's of Social Work Sports Science

(The new programmes are designed and run in the semester system.) Faculty of Management

Central Department of Public Administration Central Department of Management

Faculty of Education

Central Department of Education

Faculty of Law

Central Department of Law

Constituent campuses[edit] The following is a partial list of constituent colleges of the university:[12] Eastern Development Region[edit]

Mahendra Ratna Multiple Campus, Ilam Mechi Multiple Campus, Jhapa Damak Multiple Campus, Jhapa Mahendra Morang Adarsha Multiple Campus, Biratnagar Snatakottar (Postgraduate) Campus, Biratnagar Nursing Campus, Biratnagar Purwanchal Campus, Dharan Mahendra Multiple Campus, Dharan Central Campus of Technology, Dharan [13] Dhankuta
Dhankuta
Multiple Campus, Dhankuta Tehrathum Multiple Campus, Chuhandanda,Terhathum Bhojpur Multiple Campus, Bhojpur Mahendra Bindeshwori Multiple Campus, Rajbiraj S.S.M.Yadhav Multiple Campus, Siraha

Central Development Region (Out of Kathmandu
Kathmandu
Valley)[edit]

Dumarwana Multiple Campus,Dumarwana [Bara] Ramshwaroop Ramsagar Multiple Campus, Janakpur Thakur Ram Multiple Campus, Birgunj National Academy Campus, Birgunj Hetauda
Hetauda
Campus, Hetauda Central Campus, Rampur Birendra Multiple Campus, Bharatpur Birgunj
Birgunj
public college, Birgunj

Central Development Region (Inside Kathmandu
Kathmandu
Valley)[edit]

Bhaktapur
Bhaktapur
Multiple Campus, Bhaktapur Sanothimi Campus, Bhaktapur Patan Samyukta Campus, Patan Dhoka Pulchowk Campus, Pulchowk Nepal
Nepal
Commerce Campus, Min Bhawan Thapathali Campus, Thapathali Jana Prasashan Campus, Jamal University Campus, Kirtipur Mahendra Ratna Campus, Tahachal Ayurved Campus, Kirtipur Public Youth Campus, Dhobichaur Saraswoti Multiple Campus, Lainchaur Amrit Campus, Lainchaur Central Campus, Maharajgung Nursing Campus, Maharajgunj Lalitkala Campus, Bhotahiti Trichandra Multiple Campus, Ghantaghar Padmakanya Multiple Campus, Bagbazar Shankerdev Campus, Putalisadak Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus, Pradarshani Marg Nepal
Nepal
Law Campus, Pradarshani Marg Bishwa Bhasa Campus, Pradarshani Marg

Western Development Region[edit]

Gorkha
Gorkha
Campus, Gorkha Lamjung Campus, Sundarbazar Paschimanchal Campus, Pokhara Pokhara
Pokhara
Nursing Campus, Pokhara Pokhara
Pokhara
Campus, Pokhara Prithvi Narayan Campus, Pokhara Tribhuvan Multiple Campus, Palpa Butwal
Butwal
Multiple Campus, Butwal Paklihawa Campus, Paklihawa Bhairahawa Multiple Campus, Bhairahawa Dhaulagiri Campus, Baglung

Mid-Western Development Region[edit]

Mahendra Multiple Campus, Dang Mahendra Multiple Campus, Nepalgunj Nursing Campus, Nepalgunj Surkhet Campus, Birendranagar Jumla Campus, Jumla Musikot Multiple Campus, Rukum

Far-Western Development Region[edit]

Doti
Doti
Multiple Campus, Doti Dadeldhura
Dadeldhura
Campus, Dadeldhura Siddhanath Science Campus, Mahendranagar Kailali Multiple Campus, Dhangadhi Jagannath Multiple Campus, Baitadi Krishna Snatak Campus, Darchula Gokuleshwor Multiple Campus Darchula Mahakali Multiple Campus, Kanchanpur

Organization[edit] See also: Tribhuvan University
Tribhuvan University
Teachers Association TU is government financed but still an autonomous organization.[2] The head of the government, the prime minister, is its chancellor.[14]

Chancellor: Prime Minister of Nepal
Prime Minister of Nepal
(Sher bahadur deuba) Pro-Chancellor: Minister of Education (Dhaniram Poudel) Vice Chancellor: Prof. Dr. Tirtha Raj Khaniya Chairman: Prof. Chaitanya Prasad Sharma Rector: Prof. Dr. Sudha Tripathi Registrar: Mr. Dilli Ram Uprety

Council[edit] Tribhuvan University
Tribhuvan University
has five decision-making bodies:

The University Council is the supreme body that makes decisions on policies, budget, rules and regulations and the formation of special committees and commissions. Executive Council implements operational decisions while the University Council accepts donations to the university. It makes decisions on grants, affiliation to private campuses and appointments of university officials. The Academic Council makes decisions on policies and practices regarding curriculum, teaching, examinations and research. The Research Coordination Council makes policies on TU research activities, approves guidelines for researchers and coordinates the functions of university level research organizations. The Planning Council has an advisory role of preparing plans (long- and short-term), developing annual programs and evaluating programs implementation.

Facilities[edit]

Tribhuwan University International Cricket Ground Central Library

Societies[edit]

Nepal
Nepal
Chemical Society Nepal
Nepal
Mathematical Society Nepal
Nepal
Physical Society

References[edit]

^ edusanjal.com/blog/prof-dr-tirtha-raj-khaniya-vc-tribhuvan-university ^ a b Tribhuvan University ^ "Tribhuvan university".  ^ "Nepal :: Health and education". Britannica Online Encyclopedia. Retrieved 2010-02-09.  ^ "FSU elections held in just 143 colleges". Republica. 2 March 2017. Retrieved 2 March 2017. TU has 60 constituent colleges and around 1,084 affiliate colleges including community colleges across the country, according to TU officials.  ^ a b "About Us". tribhuvan-university.edu.np. Tribhuvan University. Retrieved 6 October 2016.  ^ "Over 1,000 colleges only temporarily affiliated to Tribhuvan University - The Himalayan Times". The Himalayan Times. 2016-04-09. Retrieved 2017-01-24.  ^ "About Us - Tribhuvan University
Tribhuvan University
of Nepal". tribhuvan-university.edu.np. Retrieved 25 May 2015.  ^ "about us".  ^ "Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Tribhuvan University
Tribhuvan University
of Nepal". tribhuvan-university.edu.np. Retrieved 2017-10-14.  ^ "Masters Program in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD)". Wikipedia. 2018-04-09.  ^ "LIst of Constituent Campuses of Tribhuvan University". Tribhuvan University's Official Website. TU. Retrieved 31 May 2016.  ^ http://www.cctdharan.edu.np/ ^ "PM Dahal stresses need of reforming TU". Retrieved 2017-01-24. 

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