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Tribhuvan University Starts Online Services for Major Documents

News 29 Jan 2024 413 0

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Tribhuvan University Starts Online Services for Major Documents

Tribhuvan University (TU), a renowned institution, marks a significant milestone by launching online services for examination-related documents on January 29, 2024. This initiative symbolizes a major shift towards digitalization in the university's 74-year history.

Key Features of the New Online System

  • Easy Access to Documents: Students can now apply for essential documents like transcripts, provisional certificates, original certificates, and more from the comfort of their homes.
  • User-Friendly Portal: TU's dedicated portal,, allows students to upload required proofs and pay fees through Nepal Bank or Global IME Bank, streamlining the application process.
  • Real-Time Application Tracking: The system provides instant updates on application status, ensuring transparency and efficiency.
  • Quick Turnaround Time: Approved applications result in the preparation of documents within a week, enhancing the overall student experience.

Benefits of the Online Service

  • Convenience and Accessibility: The digital shift eliminates the need for physical visits to the Balkhu office, saving time and effort for students.
  • Improved Service Efficiency: This move is part of TU's broader goal to make all examination-related processes digital, thereby increasing efficiency and reducing manual errors.

Future Developments and Phased Implementation

  • Dual Application Modes: TU plans to maintain both online and in-person application systems temporarily, catering to diverse student needs.
  • Full Online Transition: A complete transition to online services is expected by February 13, 2024, as the university enhances its digital infrastructure.
  • Scope of Online Services: The online service currently covers post-1998 certificates, with plans to digitize older records for comprehensive access.

Challenges and Ongoing Efforts

  • Staffing and Skill Development: TU acknowledges the need for skilled manpower to manage the online system effectively and is working towards addressing this gap.
  • Regional Accessibility: For now, students outside the valley may need to visit regional education directorates to receive their documents, but efforts are underway to simplify this process.

Tribhuvan University's move towards an online examination system represents a significant leap in modernizing academic services, reflecting its commitment to providing students with efficient, accessible, and user-friendly solutions. This development is a major step forward in enhancing the academic experience at TU, aligning with global digital trends in education.

Tribhuvan University

Tribhuvan University (TU)

Kirtipur, Kathmandu

Estd. 1959