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TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Master’s Program in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD)

Buddhanagar , Kathmandu

ADMISSION CALL FOR 2016-2018

Master’s Program in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD), Under the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences calls enrollment application for the years 2016-2018.

The MIRD Program offers both theoretical and practical knowledge in International Relations and Diplomacy. The entire Course is highly participatory and students are expected to interact actively in the class room discussions and periodic seminars and workshops.

Eligibility: Completion of Bachelor degree with at least Second division or 2.0 CGPA in any discipline recognized by Tribhuvan University. Students should also secure an acceptable level or ranking in the entrance exam to get enrolled. The entrance exam will test the prospective student's language proficiency and analytical abilities. Fifty students will be enrolled at a cohort.

Enrollment from Distribution and Submission:

Ashwin 02 - Kartik 30, 2073 (September 18- November15, 2016)

(Office hour's 2:00-8:00 hr.) (Except holidays)

Written Entrance Examination: November 20 (Mangsir 5)

Written Examination Result        : November 25 (Mangsir 10)

Interview                                          : November 27-29 (Mangsir 12-14)

Final Result                                      : December 02 (Mangsir 18)

Enrollment                                       : December 04-09 (Mangsir 19-24)

Class Induction                               : December 11 (Mangsir 26)

First Internal Assessment             : January 8-12 (Poush 24-28)

Second Internal Assessment         : February 12-16 (Falgoon 12-16)

Semester End Examination          : May 15-20 (Jestha 1-5, 2074)

Final Result                                      : July End

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Master’s Program in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD)(Everest Engineering College, Buddhanagar, Kathmandu in front of Budhhanagar Police station)Tel: +977-1-4781219, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Website: www.mirdtu.edu.np

Kathmandu, March 22

Tribhuvan University is all set to establish Trans-Himalayan Research Centre to conduct research on socio-economic, cultural, security and other aspects of Himalayan ranges stretching from South-Central Asia to Latin America.


The establishment of THRC is part of a memorandum of understanding signed between the TU and Sichuan University in China in December 2015 regarding exchange of teachers, researchers, students, and scientific research cooperation.

Dr Khadga KC, coordinator, Master’s programme in International Relations and Diplomacy, today said not only Nepali students but also students from China, India and many other countries will be able to study various aspects of the Himalayan ranges at the centre.

“The main objective of THRC is knowledge production through research on trans-Himalayan range and academic exchange,” Dr KC said, adding, “We are also planning to develop the centre as data bank for Himalayan ranges across the globe.”

He informed that researchers will study various aspects of the Himalayan ranges such as anthropology, culture, population, linguistics, connectivity, social political economy and ecology.“These researches will help bring about prosperity of people in the Himalayan range,” he mentioned.

TU has currently formed a five-member executive committee under the chairmanship of Prof Chintamani Pokharel, dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, TU for the purpose of establishing the centre.

Other members of the committee are Prof Ram Chandra Dhakal, Bimala Shakya and Prof Bhim Subedi.

Similarly, an advisory board comprising Vice Chancellor Tirtha Raj Khaniya, Prof Sudha Tripathi, Dilli Ram Upreti , Prof Bishwombar Pyakurel, Prof Surya Lal Amatya, former chief secretary Lila Mani Poudel, Govinda Nepal and Dr Dilli Raj Khanal has also been formed.

A version of this article appears in print on March 23, 2016 of The Himalayan Times.

New Admission Open 2015-2017

TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Master’s in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD)

ADMISSION CALL FOR 2015-2017

   Master’s Program in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD), under the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, TU calls admission  application for the years 2015-2017.

The MIRD Program offers both theoretical and practical knowledge in International Relations and Diplomacy. The entire course is highly participatory and students are expected to interact actively in the class room discussions and periodic seminars and workshops.

Eligibility: completion of Bachelor degree with at least second division or 2.0 CGPA in any discipline recognized by Tribhuvan University. Students should also secure an acceptable level or ranking in the entrance exam to get enrolled. The entrance exam will test the prospective student's language proficiency and analytical abilities.

Enrollment from distribution and submission:

Ashoj 1-Mangsir 04, 2072 (except public holidays)

(September 18- November 20, 2015(office hrs; 2:00-8:00 hrs)

Extended Deadline (With Double Fee): Nov.21-24, 2015

Written Entrance Examination: December 06 (Mangsir 20)                     :

Written Examination Result  : December 11 (Mangsir 25)

Interview                                 : December 13-15 (Mangsir 27-29)

Final Result                             : December 16(Paush 1)

Enrollment                              : December 17-24(Paush 2-9)

Class Induction                      : December 29, (Paush 14)

Contact Office

Master’s Program in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD)

(Presidential Business School Complex, Buddhanagar, Kathmandu, in front of Budhhanagar Police station), Tel:+977-1-4781219 Mobile No-9846385486

Website: www.mirdtu.edu.np, E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

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