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‘Economic revolution only after political revolution steer country to prosperity’

Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec 30: Former Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhatarai said the countries achieving higher level of progress through economic prosperity had first accomplished political revolution. At the academia industry gathering hosted by the Kathmandu University at Dhulikhel on Friday, Nepal's economic development agendas have been relegated when political revolution

Kathmandu University, Nepal Police Hospital sign agreement

A bilateral agreement has been reached between the Kathmandu University and Nepal Police Hospital, Maharajgunj, in order to collaborate in

Prime Minister Dahal for more research on climate change

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has urged Kathmandu University to conduct more research on climate change and its impact.

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KMC joins hand with Kathmandu University for life-skills education

The Kathmandu Municipal Corporation has forged collaboration with Kathmandu University (KU) to conduct community educational reform programs.

Kathmandu University launches Bachelor of Craft and Design

Kathmandu University, School of Arts and School of Engineering jointly launched the Bachelor of Craft and Design programme.

KU to introduce four-year course on geology and mining

The Dhulikhel-based Kathmandu University (KU) has come up with the concept of 'one local level, one mining engineer'.

Revenue mobilization slow off the mark: Finance Minister Poudel

Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Bishnu Poudel has admitted that we are slow off the mark on revenue mobilization

PM Deuba urges to end educational unemployment, brain drain

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba urged the Kathmandu University (KU) to enable environment that provides quality education to the youths

Protest in Kathmandu University likely to go long

Banepa: Padlock slapped by an agitating side at Dhulikhel-based Kathmandu University is not likely to be lifted. The agitating side

Talks continue to resolve KU problems

Kavrepalanchowk, Sept 3, 2019: Talks are continued to lift the padlock slapped at the offices of Vice-Chancellor, Registrar and Dean