October 11, 2012

Vijay Dashami and Dashain Vacation

Dashain is approaching and we are all ready to celebrate it to the fullest. Enough talks are there around KU regarding the Dashain Vacation this year. We had come to know that KU will be giving a month's vacation including both Dashain and Deepawali this year. Though, with the results published recently, everyone knows that the classes will run between the festivals.

Though KU is scheduled to be closed from coming Monday, students are already moving to their homes- esp. those who belong to farther places. It can be assumed that classes of coming Sunday and Monday would not be conducted properly as many students have already planned their departure tomorrow or on Saturday.

Anyways, I wish all the students, teachers and everyone here at KU a Happy Vijaya Dashami. Good Luck and Best Wishes.

Blood donation programme organized by KUYRCC

Today, Kathmandu University Youth Red Cross Circle (KUYRCC) has organized a blood donation program. The program formally started at 10am and continued until 4pm. Total of 204 students donated blood in the programme. The programme was conducted in the CV Raman Dining Hall, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel.

Even before the programme started there was a huge mass of students, eagerly waiting for the Remote Blood Collection Van of Red Cross Society. I was glad to see so many students ready to volunteer for organizing the programme with ease.

KUYRCC had a target of 200 blood donors for today's programme. The target was easily fulfilled. Thanks to the students of Pharmacy department, and all the volunteer students.

October 08, 2012

Results of 1st year 2nd Semester (2011 batch) Published

Today, the results for Results of 1st year 2nd Semester (2011 batch) has been published by Examination Controller of Kathmandu University.

Like always, with the results published many of the students seem unhappy; they have been seen crushing the life in KU. The results were quite surprising, as many of the students who had not expected to fail have failed. Few students have come to a point where they will have to re-join KU with the students of 2011 batch, repeating the 2nd semester starting this fall.