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Tribhuvan University Office of the controller of examination Balkhu today publishes the examination results of  LLM  Second Year (2072) and BALLB Fourth Year (2074).  

 The examination of LLM Second Year was held on Chaitra 2073 while that of BALLB Fourth year was held on Ashadh-Sharwan 2074.

Result Statistics is presented in this table:


BALLB 4th Year

LLM Second Year







Failed and Partially Absent






Leisure Port is organising the second edition of the Pinkathon Kathmandu on February 24.The event will feature half marathon, 10km, 5km and 3km races for women, informed Namraj Joshi, Proprietor of Leisure Port — a travel and entertainment agency — at a press meet today.

About Pinkathone

Pinkathon is more than a Marathon. It is the seed of change. It is the beginning of a movement carried forward by a growing community of empowered women, who share a belief that a healthy family, a healthy nation and a healthy world begins with empowered women.

The first step in empowerment is taking control of your own health, respecting yourself and understanding and celebrating the value you bring to your family and society. Empowerment is not a gift of society; it is a gift you give yourself.

How it started?

milind-smallThe Pinkathon is India’s Biggest Women’s Run, founded by Mr. Milind Soman (Ironman/Supermodel/Fitness Enthusiast) and Ms. Reema Sanghavi, organised by the United Sisters Foundation and created with the specific purpose of getting more and more women to adopt a fitter lifestyle for themselves and their families, and to highlight the need for increased awareness other issues that put women’s lives at risk.

Nepal Chapter

Leisure Port has initiated the introduction of the Nepalese chapter of Pinkathon. United Sister’s Foundation has provided Leisure Port with the responsibility of organizing the Women’s Run – Kathmandu Going Pink in the Nepalese capital on 24th February 2017.

The event promises to begin a Pink Revolution in Nepal. It can be taken to other cities and towns of Nepal in the coming days.

Tribhuvan University office of the controller of examination, Balkhu today publishes an urgent notice for the students of MBS and MPA which appeared in the examination started from Kartik 17, 2074 and conducted by OCE but could not pass the exam. Such students are notified to fill the exam application form by paying the required fee via respective campuses, and the private students via exam  controller office. 

Last date to submit exam application form: Falgun 15, 2074. 
Colleges/Campuses should submit collected applications form within Falgun 16, 2074. 

The examination will start from Falgun 25, 2074 according to earlier published exam schedule. 

Special Notice: 

Students who are eligible to sit the Masters second year examination going to held from Falgun 25, 2074 but failed to submit the exam application form are informed to submit exam application forms within Falgun 15, 2074 paying double fee. Private students can submit their application form via exam controller offices. 

Campuses should submit the collected application forms by fulfilling all the formalities within Falgun 16, 2074. 


The examination will start from Falgun 25, 2074 and will end on Chaitra 18 

Examination Time: 12 to 4 pm. 

Tribhuvan University Office of the controller of examination Balkhu  publishes the examination results of  Master of Business Studies (MBS) Second Year.  MBS Second Year examination was held on Kartik-Marg 2074.

Out of 11 thousands 582 students who have appeared the examination of MBS Second Year, only 4 thousands and seventy five students passed the examination. The pass percentage in MBS second year is only 31.18%.

Remarks Counts
Absent 1372
Expelled for Two Years 11
Expelled 15
Failed 3802
Failed and Partially Absent 2306
Passed 4075
Result withheld 1
Grand Total 11582

Some of the features that can be introduced to attract tourists can be visits to the homes of workers to learn about their lives; treks through tea estates; tours to tea processing factories and first-hand experience of how tea leaves are plucked.

When it comes to tea, or tea gardens for that matter, the place that comes to our mind is Ilam, a far-eastern district in Nepal. Ilam is a tea heaven, as it has the right combination of soil and climate conditions for growing tea leaves.

Tea is grown in around a three dozen districts of Nepal these days but Ilam appears on the top for producing tea leaves with distinctive aroma and taste. Ilam has a rich history and tradition of tea plantation. It is now the right to time to promote Nepali tea and tea growing areas in the global market. While tea can help growers earn money, systematic development of tea gardens can also turn the regions where it is grown into tourist destinations. Thus, the country as a whole can earn from what we can say tea tourism.

According to data of Nepal Tea and Coffee Development Board, Nepal produces altogether 24,200 tonnes of tea on an average every year, of which 5,800 tonnes is orthodox tea. Similarly, Nepal is exporting tea (basically orthodox) worth almost Rs 2.4 billion every year.

Thousands of people are employed in more than 50 tea refinement factories across the country. This way, there are dual benefits from tea industries—on the one hand they support the national economy by producing exportable tea and increase job opportunities and on the other, they tourists.

China, where tea is believed to have originated, has a museum dedicated for tea conservation. This also functions as an institute for people who want to know everything about tea—its history, plantation, culture associated with tea farming and tea drinking and refinement. The jungle from where tea was introduced for the first time 3,000 years ago is a declared a conservation area. Thousands of tea experts from around the world visit the place to learn and share knowledge about tea. Tourists in huge numbers visit the area to enjoy the tea gardens. Similarly, Sri Lanka and Kenya are also famous for their tea gardens in the world. Japan’s initiative to change tea production sites into lucrative tourist businesses is also notable. Chinese and Japanese people take tea not only as a drinking substance but as an epitome of their civilisation. These countries also organise “tea testing ceremonies” annually where tea enthusiasts form around the world gather to take a sip of the unique flavour of tea.

Tea has become a part of livelihood in these countries and it is served as one of the basic components to express their respect and hospitality to the guests. Hilly regions of India like Darjeeling and Assam are famous for tea plantations, which attract tourists in droves. In Uttarakhand of India, the state government is taking initiatives to promote tea tourism. The concept of tea and tourism is not only linked with natural beauty of its gardens. Tea enthusiasts around the world encourage people to understand the health benefits of tea. Especially westerners are more aware about the benefits tea.

Tea tourism means visitors can stroll around the serene tea gardens or learn about the entire production process. People can also visit the factories to know about the tea refinement process, which could be a fascinating experience altogether.


Tea gardens enhance the natural beauty of hills. Tea production which was started in Nepal 150 years ago has finally started becoming a source of earning for many. Even local people are earning a living from tea farming at a small level, which has supported livelihood of many households. This has also uplifted the economic status of locals.

Nepal basically produces CTC and orthodox tea. Since the latter has higher demand in the foreign market, it has high export potential. Promoting tea tourism will mean introduction of more hospitality businesses in the area where tea is planted. This will ultimately result in more employment opportunities. Hence tea tourism has multiple benefits.

Learning from India, China, Sri Lanka and Kenya among others, where thousands of tourists come to know about tea and gain wonderful experience of tea farming zones, Nepal also now needs to focus on promoting tea tourism.

With new federal set-up already in place, governments at local and provincial levels should work to bring appropriate policies for tea growers. The most effective way can be providing tea farmers with necessary hospitality management skills and teach them how their tea gardens can attract tourists.

The private sector should be encouraged to invest in this sector. Similarly, new and short trekking routes should be identified for tourists to stroll around the tea gardens.

Developing the traditional and historical tea gardens of Ilam can be developed as “open tea museum”. Tea festivals on annual basis in tea plantation districts can also be helpful in attracting tourists. Such festivals can be a good platform for orienting tourists about the tea culture in the country. Some of the features that can be introduced to attract tourists can be visits to the homes of tea workers to learn about their lives; treks through tea estates, tours to tea processing factories and first-hand experience of how tea leaves are plucked. Though a simple procedure, for tourists seeing how tea leaves are plucked off by people with a deft motion of their nimble fingers can be a sheer joy. It is high time Nepal started promoting Nepali tea and tea tourism.

Source: The Himalayan Times


Tribhuvan University, Institute of Science and Technology, Dean office, Kirtipur publishes the examination results of M.Sc Physics held according to the Grading system. M.Sc First Year Second Semester exam held on 2074 sharwan of the 2072 (regular and partial of earlier groups).

The roll number of the passed students is mentioned here.


Tribhuvan University, Faculty of Management today publishes the results of Master of Business Studies Admission Test (MBS-AT)-2018. The entrance examination was held on Falgun 5, 2074.

Students who have passed Bachelor level or equivalent and have got at least 40 marks in MBS-AT are eligible for the enrollment in MBS program according to Tribhuvan University (TU) semester system operational guidelines 2070.

Public Service Commission (lok sewa aayog) today publishes the examination center for the recruitment of the Officer CADET of Nepal Army.  Written examination of the same is going to start from Falgun 13 and will end on Falgun 16. 

Advt No: 074/075/26

Position: Officer CADET

Paper And Written Exam With Date and Time


General Knowledge (GK)

13 Falgun, 2 PM


14 Falgun, 2 PM


15 Falgun, 2 PM


16 Falgun, 2 PM




Tribhuvan University, Faculty of Management, Dean Office, Kirtipur today publishes the examination routine of  Master of Finance and Control (MFC)-regular examination-2018 of 3rd Semester. The examination is going to commence from 4th March 2018 (i.e. Falgun 20, 2074). 

  1. Examination Time: 12 PM on wards
  2. Examination Center: Campion College, Kupondole, Lalitpur Phone 5521753


Tribhuvan University, Faculty of Management, Dean Office, Kirtipur today publishes the examination routine of MBA in Global Leadership and Management (MBA in GLM)-regular examination-2018 of 2nd and 4th semester. The examination is going to commence from 4th March 2018 (i.e. Falgun 20, 2074). 

  1. Examination Time: 12 PM on wards
  2. Examination Center: Campion College, Kupondole, Lalitpur Phone 5521753.

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