Five Additional Campuses Will Be Opened by Far-Western University;- Five further campuses are going to establish under Far-Western University. This will include Dadeldhura’s Bhim Datta Many Campus, Baitadi’s Purachaudi Multiple Campus, Jhalari’s Krishna Baijanath Multiple Campus, Bajhang’s Deep Multiple Campus, and Bajhang’s Sunkuda Multiple Campus, according to Yagyaraj Pathak, the university’s registrar.
The government has given its approval for the campuses’ closure, and the university’s programs, he claims. As per the plan, the university’s academic programs should begin in 2075 B.S. However, there was a delay because of the rejection of the closure by the government. The university now has eight faculties that educate. Moreover, the government has chosen to run Dadeldhura Hospital as a division of Far-Western University.
Five Additional Campuses Will Be Opened by Far-Western University. The university’s vice-chancellor, Amaraj Joshi, has announced plans to start horticulture and forestry programs in the following academic year. He clarified that the university has agreements with the Ministries of Health, Education, and Science and Technology to make this possible and that these programs will be provided through the faculty of agriculture. In addition, he noted that thanks to a tripartite agreement with the institution, the postgraduate procedure in engineering and horticulture has already started.
The university’s vice chancellor recently confirmed that there are currently eight faculties operating at the university. It includes management, education, science and technology, engineering, agriculture, law, and health sciences. The institution began its program in 2071 B.S. The university has 23,399 total students enrolled in 16 campuses’ worth of centrally and locally run programs, according to the vice-chancellor.
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