Himalayan News Service
KATHMANDU: Tribhuvan University is all set to conduct the examination of bachelor’s level second part, according to Dayaman Karmacharya, Controller, TU Examination Controller Office.
According to TU ECO, the exams will be held from November 29 to December 29.
This is TU’s second attempt to complete the examinations after their first effort to before Dashain failed.
Students from few constituent campuses in the Valley are filling the exam forms and they will submit it by December 2, said Karmacharya. “Students from all the campuses outside the capital have already filled the forms,” added Karmacharya.
Ratna Rajya Campus Chief Gopal Chandra Pokhrel said they started the form fill-up from today as per the new fee structure implemented by TU. Leaders of the student unions in the campus have agreed to accept the new fee structure after discussions, added Pokhrel. About two dozen students of the campus filled their forms today.
Likewise, Minbhawan Campus also started distributing forms from yesterday and about four dozen students have already submitted their forms. Other campuses in the Valley have also initiated form distribution, except Shankardev and Tahachal campuses, where account offices are yet to be opened by the unions.
Meanwhile, a meeting of 13 student unions, issuing a press statement, reiterated the unions’ stance to protest the imposition of increased fee structure to the students enrolled before the implementation of the new fee structure. A delayed Supreme Court’s verdict has prolonged the row, said the unions in the joint press statement.
Talking to this daily, All Nepal National Free Students; Union Vice President Rachana Sing said TU had pressurised them without settling the problem through dialogue. By publishing exam schedules, the university has undermined the unions, said Khadka.
Niskal Rai, a bachelor’s level Student at Shankar Dev Campus, expressed his unhappiness about the protracted protest by the unions.
Unions never care about our valuable time and future, said Rai, adding they only concentrate on protests for petty reasons.