The Tribhuvan University (TU) has decided to give priority to appointing part-time teachers who get excellent marks in related subjects and get gold medals.
By issuing new guidelines on additional classroom management at the university, the university has now paved the way for giving priority to the best students for teaching.
Prada Shivlal Bhusal, Principal of Tribhuvan University, informed that the directive has been issued with the objective of managing the teachers in the extra classes of the university in a new way and sent to all the campus heads for implementation. The directive has been issued with effect from September 1, Trivi said.
According to the new directive, part-time teachers working in the university will no longer be contracted. Earlier, the university had a provision to contract part-time teachers. The services of contract teachers were also ensured. Now, teachers will be appointed and managed in a new way.
According to the SOA, the teachers will be remunerated at the rate of Rs 15,000 per credit and Rs 500 per period for taking classes according to the counter-credit system.
Teachers will be paid on the basis of five months in the case of semester system and 10 months in the case of annual system.
Provision has been made for no person to take any less than three credits or less than one hundred integer courses or subjects in the same academic session.
In addition, the university has taken a policy of involving retired teachers from Tribhuvan University and those on the alternative list in additional results as per the results published by the Tribhuvan University Service Commission.
The university has instructed the subordinate campuses to make arrangements for the retired teachers to take classes from such teachers if they want to take classes after retirement.