List of graduates finalised for TU convocation
Kathmandu, July 13
The Tribhuvan University senate meeting held on the occasion of 75th anniversary of the varsity today passed the 54th grace list of graduates eligible for participation in the convocation ceremony to be held in December.
A total of 83,425 graduates have been deemed eligible to participate in the convocation ceremony.
As many as 3,877 students graduated from Institute of Science and Technology, 2,208 students from Institute of Engineering, 1,446 students from Institute of Medicine, 258 from Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science and 217 from Institute of Forestry this year.
Similarly, a total of 31,408 students graduated from Faculty of Education, 27,237 from Faculty of Management, 15,927 from Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and 947 from Faculty of Law.
Addressing the Tribhuvan University senate, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who is also the chancellor of the universit, said the government was committed to improving the quality of education.
“Education is the foundation of country’s development. Therefore, the government is committed to improving the quality of education in the country,” he said.
Praising the valuable contribution of Tribhuvan University to producing qualified human resources, Prime Minister Oli suggested to the varsity to focus on technical education.
“We cannot always depend on others for the development of our country. We cannot move ahead without improving the quality of education in our educational institutions,” he said.
Speaking at the meeting, Prof Tirtha Raj Khaniya, vice chancellor of Tribhuvan University, said the varsity had been providing education to Nepali and foreign students for the past 56 years.
“Although we now have several new universities in the country now, Tribhuvan University remains the most popular destination of students from across the country for higher studies,” he added.