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Citizen leader's appeal: 'Resolve not to interfere politically in the university'


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Civil society leaders have appealed to political parties to resolve not to interfere in the university. On Monday, under the leadership of Kedarbhakta Mathema, the former vice-chancellor of Tribhuvan University, 67 civic leaders jointly issued an appeal and demanded that the autonomy of academic and academic institutions be kept intact and that no unhealthy and unnecessary political interference of any kind be shown.

Citizen leader's appeal: 'Resolve not to interfere politically in the university'

They have submitted the appeal to Prime Minister and Chancellor of Tribhuvan University Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Monday. They request the political parties and their leadership to make a clear statement, jointly and as soon as possible publicly and to fully comply with that commitment.

'Educational and other public institutions that are established for the greater good of the society will be able to grow, thrive and perform the expected role under the care and protection of the society and the state. But in the name of 'protection' in the democratic system, any kind of encroachment on the autonomy and academic freedom of the institution cannot be accepted. It has become necessary. It has been pointed out that university health science institutes and high-level institutions established for research are seriously affected by repeated unnecessary political interference. The leaders have expressed their sorrow that political maneuvers and the influence of politics have started to be the deciding factors in the selection of leadership and the appointment and promotion of teachers and employees of such institutions.

They have commented that educational institutions have been forced to go through a state of directionlessness, indolence and despair for a long time due to undesired activities. On Monday, the educationists led by Mathema met Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal and thanked him for stopping Bhagwanda in the appointment of officials of the University.

They say that the appointment of Rector and Registrar recommended by the Vice-Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor has sent a positive message to the university. In response, Prime Minister Dahal promised that officials will be appointed in other universities and institutes on the same model. At the beginning of the

meeting, educationist Manprasad Wagle, Dr. Arjun Karki, Jagdish Prasad Agarwal and others participated.

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