KUSoEd grads to form alumniSchool of Education graduates from the Hattiban Campus of Kathmandu University have come under an organisation.
School of Education graduates from the Hattiban Campus of Kathmandu University have come under an organisation.
A general meeting of about 110 KUSoEd graduates elected an 11-membered ad-hoc alumni committee coordinated by Bhola Prasad Dahal. The panel represents four PhD, three MPhil and four Master degree graduates. The members include Jiban Khadka, Laxmi Paudyal, Roshan Thapa, Dinesh Kumar Thapa, Usha Bhusal, Pooja Karki, Lila Bishwakarma, Sanjay Timalsina and Bishwanatha Kandel. Established in 1997, KU School of Education (KUSoEd) has been offering higher education at the Master, Master of Philosophy and Doctorate levels.
Addressing the function on Friday, KUSoEd Dean Prof Mahesh Nath Parajuli highlighted the need to develop a network of graduates and the school for mutual learning and development and for enhancing the quality of education across the country.
The 1,350 KUSoEd graduates so far include 110 PhDs, 300 MPhils, 600 MEds (Master of Education) and 300 PGDs (Post-graduate diploma).
The Alumni aims to promote learning, collaboration and networking among the graduates as social capital; to foster enabling environment for students to complete their study on time; to form a bridge between students, graduates and the KUSoEd for academic excellence; and to help KUSoEd market its graduates. The ad hoc panel is tasked with drafting bylaws, strategic plans and programmes.