Tribhuvan University/Research Centre for Educational Innovation and Development (TU/CERID)

Established in 1959, is a government-aided public university in Nepal. There are five institutes and four general faculties under which 39 central departments, 62 constituent campuses and 1062 affiliated public and private colleges are running in different disciplines. TU offers Bachelor, Master and PhD programs both in technical and general disciplines. Four research centres including Research Centre for Educational Innovation and Development (CERID) have their glorious history for their contribution in research and knowledge generation for policy making and implementation in the nation. TU runs Master Degree programs through semester system and Bachelor Degree programs through annual system. TU, as the largest and leading university of the nation, accommodates more than 80 percent of the total higher education students of the nation. TU has 8,340 teaching faculties, and 7674 non-teaching staff including the support staff in its different faculties, institutes, constituent campuses and research centers. TU aims to develop competitive human resource for the national development as well as global competition through quality education and research.

CERID under Tribhuvan University has a long-established profile in literacy research.

Dr Surendra Giri, Dr. Kamal Raj Devkota, Professor Sushan Acharya, Professor Dr Binod Luitel, and Mr Deepak Khanal are the UNESCO Chair team members at TU, Nepal.   


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Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur

Kathmandu, Nepal