Prithvi Narayan Campus, Pokhara, Nepal

TrIbhuvan University Teachers' Association (TUTA)

PN Campus Unit
Founded in 2019 BS, Nepal University Teacher’s Association (NUTA) has become an umbrella institution of university teachers of all universities in Nepal when the concept of multi-university emerged in Nepal.

Tribhuvan University Teachers’ Association (TUTA) is the one among the universities which was organized in 2058 BS the teachers of Tribhuvan University. The association was formally registered at the District Administration Office in Kathmandu. The main objective of the association is to enhance the excellence and academic environment within the university and to protect and safeguard the professional rights and interests of Tribhuvan University teachers.

The association is a purely professional organization of professors under Tribhuvan University. The present executive committee comprises of the following members who represent the faculty members of the campus.

  1. President - Prof. Dr. Bed Nath Sharma
  2. Vice-President - Dev Narayan Sutihar
  3. Secretary - Upendra Paudel
  4. Joint Secretary - Krishna Kumari Pahari
  5. Treasurer - Krishna Prasad Upadhyay
  6. Member - Gajendra Prasad Chwain
  7. Member - Prem Raj Gautam
  8. Member - Bhanu Bhakta Sharma Kandel
  9. Member - Motishwor Thapa
  10. Member - Him Raj Giri
  11. Member - Him Lal Acharya

Publications

  • Pragyamanch (a research journal)
  • Information Diary

Contact
Prof. Dr. Bednath Sharma
President
TUTA PN Campus Unit
Prithvi Narayan Campus (Tribhuvan University)
Bhimkalipatan, Bagar
Pokhara, Nepal
Phone: +977-98560-22173
Email: tuta.office@pncampus.edu.np
Website: www.pncampus.edu.np/tuta.php

The Presidents to Date

The Tribhuvan University Teachers’ Association, PN Campus Unit, has been led by the following faculty members since 2036 BS. They have successfully served the Association as President.

  1.  Maheshwor Man Shrestha
    (2036-2038 BS)

  2.  Pabitra Mani Poudel
    (2038-2040 BS)

  3.  Ganesh Man Palikhe
    (2040-2042 BS)

  4.  Tara Nath Baral
    (2042-2044 BS)

  5.  Bhupati Dhakal
    (2044-2046 BS)

  6.  Bhawani Prasad Pandey
    (2046-2048 BS)

  7.  Tirtha Raj Parajuli
    (2048-2050 BS)

  8.  Prem Bahadur Rai
    (2050-2052 BS)

  9.  Prakash Man Guvaju
    (2052-2054 BS)

  10.  Mahendra Bhusan Thapa
     (2054-2056 BS)

  11.  Bishnu Raj Parajuli
     (2056-2058 BS)

  12.  Dr. Nagendra Lal Shrivastav
     (2058-2061 BS)

  13.  Sabita Vaidya
     (2061-2063 BS)

  14.  Ratna Jung Karki
     (2063-2068 BS)

  15.  Dr. Yama Nath Timilsina
     (2068-2071 BS)

  16.  Dr. Bed Nath Sharma
     (2071 BS – The Present)