Events & Programs at TUCL

Events and Programmes at TUCL is a records of activities organized at/by TUCL. Some programmes are sponsored by National /International agencies, Embassies. We express our sincere thanks to all who helped us to grow at the present state and hope their cooperation and assistance continuously. This heading provides information to all those interested on us and maintain brief chronological history of our activities. We would be delighted to response to your further enquiry.

Event date Activities No. of Participants Financial assistance Donation of Books Remarks
Mr. Tsutomu Hiraoka, Japanese Ambassador and Dr. Govind Prasad Sharma, Vice Chancellor of Tribhuvan University jointly established Japanese Study Centre at T.U. Central Library
Presentation of Botanical Journals of Linear Society Taxon to TUCL by the Eminant Scientists from U.K., USA and Japan
Organization of National Seminar on Information Literacy Technology by TUCL with the financial support from T.U. Human Resource Development and Welfare Council 45
Organisation of Scholarly Journal Editors Workshop by TUCL andHimalayan Journal of Science 25
Organization of 5 days INASP/PERI Workshop on Using the Internet, Electronic Journals, Electronic Resources & Library Management from Nov. 24th to 28th, 2003 26
Organization of INASP/PERI Introductory Workshop in Nepal from July 10-11, 2003 23
Late Mr. Rishikesh Shah's collection of 565 books was donated to TUCL by his son Shree Prakash Shah
Mr. Krishna Mani Bhandary, Chief Librarian attended International Meeting of Reduce Digital Divide for archivists, librarians, teachers, journalists and scientists from March 14-16, 2003 in Lugano City, Switzerland organized by Swiss National Commission f
Exhibition of photographs on portraying the destruction and devastation of Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack in the heart of America's Trade and Defence Centre.
INASP (International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications) Nominated TUCL as a National Coordinating Agency for the implementation of PERI in Nepal