Over 7,000 students graduate at TU 41st convocation
She urged the graduating students to address the challenges posed by the existing brain drain trend among youth of the nation. She said, skill oriented, knowledge-based curricula should be integrated in the courses of the higher studies for generating self-employment in the future.
Similarly, Prime Minister and Chancellor of the university, KP Sharma Oli, extended his best wishes to the university to produce competent human resources through the quality education system in the country in the future.
He even urged the TU to overcome the challenges posed by the graduates "who know how to read and write, but nothing else" in the future.
He further urged them to remember "who I am and what are my responsibilities" and prove oneself in the global world.
Likewise, the Minister for Education, also the ex-officio TU Pro-Chancellor, Giriraj Mani Pokharel and Vice-Chancellor Tirtha Raj Khaniya had also spoken on the occasion.
(With inputs from the Rastriya Samachar Samiti)