PM urges Far Western University to teach curriculum promoting region's identity

2017-08-11

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Kathmandu, August 10: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has urged the Far Western University (FSU) to design curriculum so as to promote the originality and identity of the far-west region.  

In his address to the sixth Senate of the University here today, the Prime Minister urged the University to ensure the reflection of far west language, culture and indigenousness in its curriculum and contents.  He took the time to say that time had come for the University to prioritize the expansion of its scope.  

"The act of granting the affiliation (for constituent campuses) should fall under the University priority list," he suggested.  The PM, who is also the Chancellor of the university, wished the University based in the ever backward area to come up with its plan for self development.  Also speaking on the occasion, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Education, Gopalman Shrestha informed the Senate that the government was positive toward allocating required additional budget to the University.  

The University that was established in August 2010 at Punarbas of Kanchanpur as per the 'multi-university' concept currently runs Bachelor and Master's degrees classes under the faculties of management, humanities, educ