Tribhuvan University was established in 1959 AD. There are 5 universities in Nepal among them TU is the firstborn university. It is located at Kirtipur just 5 km away from Kathmandu. TU was operated in association with the Indian embassy and the government of India. More than 4400 courses are presented by TU. The university has more than 600 affiliated colleges. Since it is government supported it is less expens
TU offered the following faculties:
- Faculty of humanities and social sciences
- Faculty of management
- Faculty of education
- Faculty of law
The university is assembled by:
There are five institutes at the university:
- Institute of Agriculture and animal science
- Institute of Forestry
- Institute of Medicine
- Institute of Engineering
- Institute of science and technology
The decision for the Tribhuvan University is made by the following councils.
The decision on policies, budget and rules and regulation for running the university are assembled by the university council. It also helps in formation of special committees and commissions.
It creates the decision on grants, affiliation to private campuses and appointment of the university by executing the university council.
The decision on educational, policies and practises are maintained by the academic council. The council take responsibility regarding curricula, teaching, examination and research.
Research Coordination Council
It plays a vital role in making the policies on TU research activities, approves guidelines for researchers and co-ordinates the function of university level research organisation.
The Planning council creates the long and short plans for the university. It takes the responsibility for developing annual programs and evaluating implementation programmes.