Unfortunately, Nepal’s universities do not, in general, enjoy good reputations. Politicization is a main reason for that. But a new institution, University of Nepal, plans to avoid that pitfall by establishing itself as a public university, governed by a board of trustees.
More importantly, says today’s guest and member of the development board, Dovan Rai, UoN will offer a liberal arts education. Graduates will be equipped to deal with a broad range of future challenges, not only those contained within their field of specialization.
To be located in Nawalparasi district, in south-central Nepal, UoN could be opening its doors as soon as two years from now.
You can let us know what you thought of our chat on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. We’re Nepal Now or Nepal Now pod. You can also write to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re not already subscribed to Nepal Now, why don’t you like, follow or favourite the show now wherever you’re listening to this. And if you think more people should hear the show, help spread the word by reviewing us on Apple Podcasts.
Thank you to Suraya Logan for helping with Nepal Now’s social media. My name is Marty Logan. I produced this show and I’ll talk to you again soon.
University of Nepal
Fundraising contact — email@example.com
Nepal Now social links
Thanks as always to Nikunja Nepal for advice and inspiration.
Music: amaretto needs ice ... by urmymuse (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/urmymuse/57996 Ft: Apoxode
Stay in touch on: