KU forms probe panel

KATHMANDU: Kathmandu University has formed a two-member probe committee on Saturday to look into the alleged leaking of a question paper of Basic Statistics, M Phil (Semester I) exam. The committee comprises Associate Professor Laxman Gyawali and Megh Raj Dangal, president of the Students’ Welfare Council, the KU stated in a press release. The probe committee will submit its report within ten days. “Until the report is submitted, the answer sheets will not be examined,” said KU School of Education. — HNS

Museum goes online

KATHMANDU: Natural History Museum, the only biodiversity museum in the country, on Friday launched its website after 34 years of establishment. “We launched the website to disseminate knowledge and information on the rich biodiversity of Nepal,” said Dr Keshab Shrestha, chief, NHM. “This will help promote biodiversity conservation in the country.” The site — — has information on thousands of species of flora and fauna housed at the museum. — HNS