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The approximate amount of money that has been generated for the university's development efforts till this date is worth Rs. 155 million. Of this sum, Rs. 70 million is for land, Rs. 60 million is for building construction. The remaining Rs. 25 million is for development of the road, on landscaping and on purchasing equipment. The additional amount of money required to complete the entire construction work, as per the master plan, is Rs. 1.3 billion. This is equivalent to US $ 25.86 million. Of this the amount Rs. 856.6 million or 67% of the entire cost has to be allocated for civil construction. The remaining allocations are for procuring furniture, equipment vehicles and books and journals.

Encouragement Features

Kathmandu University has been able to attract a pool of committed and qualified faculty members. Through the help of these faculty members curricula for various programs have been drafted. Schools are offering programs at the undergraduate as well as the post-graduate levels. These programs have elicited encouraging responses from students and parents. Except for the School of Management all other schools have already started operating at the university's premises at Dhulikhel. Four batches of students have completed their MBA programs from the School of Management. The first convocation of the university was held on August 7, 1995 and the convocation address was given by an eminent management guru Dr. M.B. Atreya of India. The second convocation was held on December 8, 1996 and the convocation address was delivered by Professor N. Gyanam, Vice Chancellor, Pondichhary University and the President of Association of Indian Universities. The third convocation was held on November 9, 1997 and the convocation address was delivered by Professor (Dr.) M. Rammohan Rao, Director, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India. The fourth convocation was held in September 17, 1998 was addressed by the prominent scholar and ex-vice chancellor of Norwegian Institute of Technology, Norway. For the first time in Nepal, Kathmandu University convocated a batch of mechanical, electrical, electronics and computer science and engineering graduates.

In our endeavour to develop Kathmandu University we believe that these are definitely some encouraging indicators.

Essential practical ingredients for quality education are good faculty members, good students, good library and a good environment. Putting together all these elements is indeed a daunting task and requires substantial financial resources. Despite the difficulties we intend to do just that. We are committed to developing an institution of high academic standards in Nepal together with friends of the university.

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