The Education Secretary, Suresh Adhikari, acknowledged the need for a thorough examination of the appointment process and individuals accused of intellectual theft, suggesting that the committee should scrutinize and ensure the credibility of those listed.
Concerning inquiries about individuals listed for the Vice-Chancellor position, the Education, Health, and Information Technology Committee has decided to defer the meeting for market exploration, excluding the submission of applications for questioning.
Given the minister's responsibility for parliamentary committees, Secretary Adhikari mentioned his intention to engage in discussions with lawmakers to address questions and provide answers. The Committee convened on Monday to deliberate on the selection of the Vice-Chancellor.
During the meeting, Member of Parliament Sumana Shrestha raised a question regarding intellectual theft and the selection of individuals involved. She suggested the formation of a sub-committee to identify an individual with magical and academic managerial capabilities.