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FSU election, student organizations registered in almost all campuses


04 March 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Student organizations have been registered for the election of the free student union (FSU) at Tribhuvan University.

Student organizations have registered their organizations at campuses in an enthusiastic manner in order to participate in the FSU election, said the Director of the TU Student Welfare and Sports Directorate, Pashupati Adhikari.

Adhikari shared, “Student organizations of all campuses except one or two across the country have registered their organizations after the publication of the FSU election schedule. The FSU election is scheduled for March 19.

As per the election schedule, student organizations were given a deadline to register their organizations till Friday evening (March 3).

Adhikari mentioned that student organizations of all campuses except the Ayurved Campus in Kathmandu Valley have been registered.

Similarly, March 5 is the deadline given for the Agriculture Campus of Lamjung, out of Kathmandu Valley, to register student organizations.

Likewise, student organizations have also been registered in 21 constituent campuses in Kathmandu Valley. Nineteen student organizations have been registered in TU Central Campus, seven in Pulchowk Engineering Campus, 17 in Nepal Law Campus, 11 in Padma Kanya Multiple Campus, 12 in Shankerdev Campus, 24 in Tri Chandra Campus, 17 in Ratna Rajgya Campus, 16 in Nepal Commerce Campus and 14 in Amrit Science Campus, he added.

The student organizations would register nominations towards proportional and first-past-the-post elections from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm on March 11.

Publish Date : 04 March 2023 18:11 PM

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