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TU implements automated system in all subordinate offices


05 September 2023  

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KATHMANDU: The Tribhuvan University has implemented automated system at its all subordinate offices in order to make its services easy, smooth and effective.

With this, all the activities carried out in all offices including registration, invoices, circular, decisions that should be submitted to higher body would be executed through automated system.

This system was implemented at the TU central office from July 17. Total 529 User IDs are in operation so far. Vice-Chancellor of the TU, Prof Dr Dharma Kant Banskota, officially inaugurated automated system at Kirtipur-based Registrar Office.
On the occasion, he said his important goal of upgrading the TU as paperless administration has been fulfilled.

He expressed hope that the automated system would be successful to make the service further systematic, strong and effective as technology has become mandatory life system of the office.

Banskota directed to make service recipients satisfied through easy and smooth service by promoting the use of modern technology.

Publish Date : 05 September 2023 14:07 PM

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