Bachelor classes in agriculture in Chitwan after seven years

By RSS on Mar 05,2018 - 14:05

 The Tribhuvan University (TU) is resuming classes in agriculture science after seven years in Chitwan. The classes under the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science have remained closed here for the past seven years following the government decision to provide land occupied by the Rampur Campus to the Agriculture and Forestry University. 
The TU has announced for applications for Bachelor of Science in Agriculture at Khairhani of eastern Chitwan for this year. According to TU vice chancellor Prof Dr Tirtha Khaniya, the decision to resume the Bachelor degree's classes in agriculture science 
follows the demand of Chitwan people for so. Classes will be held at a building adjoining to the Kharihani Secondary School temporarily and the campus will be shifted to Chainpur of Khairhani Municipality-4. 
Earlier, the government decided to provide 354 bigha of land at Chainpur for the TU to re-establish the agriculture college and allocate required budget towards that end. 
As stated by Dean of Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS), TU, Keshab Adhikari they have got two bigha of land from the Khairhani Municipality to operate practical classes. Other lab-related practical classes will be held at the Bharatpur-based Nepal Polytechnic Institute. There are 50 seats for the programme this year. 

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