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TU instructs all campuses conduct online classes

2022 Jan 23, 18:51, Kathmandu
This undated image shows the building of the Tribhuvan University (TU) central office in Kirtipur, Kathmandu in July 2019. Photo courtesy: Rajnish Mahaseth

Tribhuvan University has directed all campuses to conduct online classes from January 25.

Due to COVID surge, each campus has decided to conduct online classes.

For this, all the campuses and departments will have to make the routine for online classes by Monday (tomorrow) and send it to the office of the concerned Dean.

The Information and Public Relations Division has issued a notice stating that a maximum of seven-member online class management committee should be formed under the coordination of the assistant head of each campus to organize the online class. Similarly, all the departments should form a five-member online class management committee under the coordination of the department head.

An online class monitoring committee will be formed under the coordination of the dean to monitor whether the online classes are organized or not, said Yogendra Prasad Dahal of the Information and Public Relations Division.


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