Master in English

Why MA English at RR campus?

  1. We have experienced faculty with foreign university degree
  2. We have regular classes
  3. We conduct classes in conducive and home-like environment
  4. We launch classes with power point
  5. We run regular formative exams to strengthen our pupils academically
  6. We offer academic counseling for further and abroad studies 
  7. We focus on amiable socialization
  8. We enthuse pupils  for academic research writing via term papers


The M.A. English courses offer students insight into literature, language, culture, and history.
Besides studying required core courses that reflect the nature of the discipline, students will have the
flexibility of selecting courses from different areas such as language, literature, rhetoric and humanities.
While retaining the fundamental philosophy of humanities education—cultivation of humanistic values
and critical thinking—this syllabus aims at developing students’ creative, critical, and communicative
skills that they need in their academic and professional life. Focus on writing, intensive study of literary
genres, emphasis on interpretive and cultural theories, and the incorporation of interdisciplinary and
comparative study are some of the underlying features of the courses. The syllabus requires a
participatory and inquiry-based pedagogy for effective teaching and learning.
The courses seek to:
 develop linkage between the B. A. English syllabus and the M. Phil. syllabus,
 apply traditional and modern literary theories while reading and teaching literary texts,
 train students to use English for effective communication,
 help students produce creative and critical writing,
 sharpen students creative and critical thinking,
 cater to students’ need of gaining knowledge of literature and ideas,
 provide flexibility to the teachers in developing courses of their interests,
 develop courses that emphasize close reading and relationship among form, content and
 ensure application of critical theories in the interpretation of texts, and
 adopt interdisciplinary methods and approaches, and
 enable students to comprehend and respond to issues and problems.

The syllabus reflects the current trends in English Studies that have radically expanded the scope
of the discipline. Taking into account the curriculum models adopted in many universities across the
world, it recognizes and draws upon multiple traditions, communities, and literatures. The syllabus,
therefore, comprises of a productive mix of canonical and non-canonical texts, traditionally-recognized
literary and semi-literary genres, and expressive artifacts from multiple cultural traditions. The goal is to
enable students to read, interpret and critique texts in a wide range of modes, genres and media. The
syllabus, hence, envisions the following general objectives:
 to realign the canons and methods,
 to stress interrelationship among literary criticism, theory and cultural studies,
 to foster critical and creative thinking,
 to promote research in the humanities,
 to give exposure to a wide range of global literary texts, and
 to introduce area studies.

Course Structure and Teaching Program
In order for students to be awarded MA degree in English, they will have to successfully
complete 20 courses, each carrying 3 credits. The courses will be offered over 4 semesters. The syllabus
consists of courses, grouped under “required” and “electives.” While courses grouped under “required”
are compulsory, students will have the flexibility of selecting courses from the “elective” groups. Each
semester, students will have to complete 5 courses, worth 15 credits.

Eligibility for Admission
Students holding a bachelor’s degree in English from any university recognized by Tribhuvan
University shall be considered eligible to apply for admission to M.A. English program. An applicant
seeking admission must take Entrance Examination as required by the Dean’s Office, Faculty of
Humanities and Social Sciences. Admissions will be based strictly on merit.

Program Policies
Attendance: Six hours of absences in a course constitute grounds for failure in the course.
Plagiarism: Plagiarism refers to the appropriation of another’s work and the unacknowledged submission
or incorporation of that work as one’s own offered for credit. Appropriation includes quoting or
paraphrasing of another’s work without giving credit thereof. In case of plagiarism, students will be
penalized. Depending on the severity of the case, punishment may range from failing the assignment to
expulsion from the program.

Research and Thesis
In the fourth semester, students will have an opportunity to opt for a thesis, worth 3 credits. In order to
meet the thesis requirement, students will have to submit 1) Review of Literature relevant to the research
topic (10-15 pages in length) and 2) a well-researched paper (20-25 pages in length) that engages with the
existing scholarship and presents a persuasive argument on issues related to language, literature, culture,
and/ or theory. Candidates also will have to go through an oral examination (viva voce) and defend their
positions. The oral examination will consist of 25% of the total thesis grade.

Evaluation Scheme and Examinations
Course outcomes will be evaluated through a continuous internal evaluation system and end-of-semester
final examinations.
Internal (continuous) Evaluation: Except for the writing-intensive courses, the internal continuous
evaluation for each course comprises of 40% of the total grade, distributed as follows:
 One research essay of 5-7 pages (double-spaced) 50% of Internal Grade
 Mid-term examination 30% of Internal Grade
 Presentation, attendance, participation, reading quizzes, etc. 20% of Internal Grade
Final Examinations: There will be final examinations for each course at the end of the semester, and
they carry 60% of the total grade.

Grading System
Each course carries 3 credits with 48 teaching hours, spread over 16 weeks. The final grade for each
course will be reported in a letter grade, indicated by the letters A, A-, B+, B, B-, and F. To pass a course,
students must receive a B grade. The Cumulative Grade Point will be calculated on the scale of 4 as
indicated below.

Letter Grades       Grade Points           Equivalent Numerical Grade Points             Performance Remarks
A                                  4.0                               90 and above                                                 Distinction
A-                                 3.7                               80-89.9                                                           Very good
B+                               3.3                                70-79.9                                                            First Division

B                                 3.0                                60-69.9                                                            Second Division
B-                               2.7                                 50-59.9                                                             Pass in individual subject
F                                0                                     below 50                                                           Fail

Courses Offered at RR Campus
The following is the list of courses offered during the entire MA program, spread over 4 semesters.
First Semester
(Required Courses)
ENGL 551 Introduction to Literature and Literary Analysis
ENGL 552 Academic Writing (I)
ENGL 553 Literary Criticism
ENGL 554 Ideas and Themes in Poetry
ENGL 555 Themes and Trends in Fiction
Second Semester
(Required Courses)
ENGL 556 History of British and American Literature
ENGL 557 Critical Stylistics
ENGL 558 Modern and Contemporary Literary Theory
(Any two courses)
ENGL 559 Postcolonial Studies
ENGL 560 Travel Writing
ENGL 561 Non-fiction (from the Margin)
ENGL 562 Literature of War, Conflict and Trauma
ENGL 563 Media Studies
ENGL 564 Environmental Literature and Criticism
ENGL 565 Children’s Literature

Third Semester
(Required Courses)
ENGL 552. 1 British and American Drama
ENGL 552.2 Ideas and Themes in Contemporary Poetry
ENGL 552.3 Academic Writing (II)
(Any two courses)
ENGL 552.4 Nepal Studies
ENGL 552. 5 South Asian Studies
ENGL 552.6 19
century studies
ENGL 552.6 Modernist Studies
ENGL 552.7 Gender and Masculinity Studies
ENGL 552.8 Life Writing and Autobiography
ENGL 552.9 Literature and History
ENGL 552.10 Translation Studies

Fourth Semester
(Required courses)
ENGL 553.1 Experimental Fiction
ENGL 553.2 Cultural Studies
ENGL 553.3 Language and Communication
(Any two courses)
ENGL 553.4 Postmodernist Studies
ENGL 553.5 Performance and Theatre Studies
ENGL 553.6 Single Author
ENGL 553.7 Thesis Writing
ENGL 553.8 Economics and Literature
ENGL 553.9 Interpersonal Communications
ENGL 553.10 English Language Teaching (ELT)

Masters in Sociology

Why do We Study Sociology at Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus?

Sociology is an increasingly popular subject in the Tribhuwan University. Thousands of students have been admitted in this subject annually in different colleges. Significant number of students in sociology have been admitted each year in Ratna Rajya Laxmi campus. Here are five very good reasons to study Sociology at RR Campus.

  1. We have young energetic team
  2. Sound educational environment
  3. Sociology students report high levels of student satisfaction 
  4. Past Result is better
  5. RR campus is centrally located
  6. Evening shift for MA semester and day shift for BA program is available


Sociology is the scientific study of human society. Main objective of sociology is to study human interaction scientifically and analyze the relationship between human and society. It studies the facts about how individuals are associated with and affected by each other. Hence, sociology is the subject that concerns with human and his/her relationship with institutions like family, education, economy, religion, politics, law and alike. It explains us how and why human behaviors are shaped by local, regional, national and global context. Multiple aspects of individuals and society are studied in sociology.

Through its different theoretical perspectives sociology as a leading subject in social science deals how society can be understood? What kind of relationship exists between society and human beings? How to understand critically the social issues and its processes? How to understand the relationship between individuals and units of social structure? Thus, students who have been well trained in sociology know how to think critically about human social life, social process, social change and development as well.

Eligibility for Admission

Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus is offering Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree program in sociology. A Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with any subject from TU or any other universities recognised by TU are eligible to apply for M. A. Programme in sociology. Similarly, with + 2 level in any subject are eligible to apply for Bachelor of Arts (BA) in sociology. An applicant seeking admission to M.A. Sociology must appear in an entrance examination of one hour’s duration conducted by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tribhuvan University.

Curriculum Structure of Master’s Level in Sociology

The course Sociology offers altogether 18 papers and a compulsory thesis in fourth semester. Out of them there are 14 compulsory papers from first to fourth semester.

First Semester

Paper Code No. Title of Course Credit hrs. Remarks
1. So561 Introduction to Sociology 3  


2. So562 Qualitative Research Methods in Sociology 3
3. So563 Structural-functional Approach 3
4. So564 Caste and Class 3
5. So565 Theories of Social Change and Development 3

Second Semester

Paper Code No. Title of Course Credit hrs. Remarks
1. So571 Marxist Perspective 3  


2. So572 Quantitative Research Methods in Sociology 3
3. So573 Practice of Social Change and Development in Asia 3 *Optional any three
4. So574 Politics and Society: Interface between Nation, State and the Globe 3
5. So575 Sociology of Health 3
6. So576 Household and Family in Transition 3

Third Semester

Paper Code No. Title of Course Credit hrs. Remarks
1. So581 World-System Perspective 3  


2. So582 Basic Statistics in Sociological Research** 3
3. So583 Sociology of Gender 3  


any three

4. So584 Identity, Inequality and Intersectionality 3
5. So585 Migration, Social Network, Remittance and Development 3
6. So586 Sociology of Ageing and Disability 3
7. So587 Power Leadership, Governmentality, and Development 3
8. So588 Urban Sociology 3
9. So589 Sociology of Disaster 3

Fourth Semester

Paper Code No. Title of Course Credit hrs. Remarks
1. So 591 Agency/Micro versus Structure/Macro Perspectives 3  


2. So 592 Survey Research and Computer Data Analysis  (Practical)** 3
3. So 593 Thesis 6
4. So 594 Gender, Power and Sexuality 3  


any one

5. So 595 Changing Livelihoods 3
6. So 596 Market and Society 3
7. So597 Sociology of Education 3
8. So598 Sociology of Tourism 3
9. So599 Research Design and Writing 3

*Optional courses will be offered on the basis of availability of teaching faculty and number of students.

Master in Population Studies

Why Population Studies must Study at Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus ?


Welcome to the Department of Population Studies of Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus, Tribhuvan University. The Department is offering Three Years Bachelor and Semester-based Master Degree program in Population Studies.

The main mission of the department is to enhance the technical and theoretical understanding along with the knowledge and skills of students on demographic and social sciences required to compete in the global and national job markets. We, basically, focus on preparing competent professionals in the field of demography, social justice, proposal writing, monitoring and evaluation, report writing, research and intensive data analysis by applying quantitative and qualitative techniques.

However, the main purpose of the Master Degree in Population Studies is to produce competent demographers with a strong background in the population theory and methods of demographic analysis techniques who can critically analyze the interrelationship between population factors and development with its various ramifications based on primary and secondary data.

Since, demographers are supposed to collect information/data and analyse about basic vital events like birth and death rates, migration, population growth, population distribution, structures, urbanization, environment, reproductive and sexual health and right, contraceptive use, employment status, nuptiality, poverty, access to sanitary status, education, life expectancy, and these statistics are very much essential in the context of national building and development. Demographers are also capable of predicting what will happen in the future based on current demographic parameters, which may be helpful to avoid or plan the potential problems and they may have capacity to study why things happen and what the consequences are, including the effects of population trends on the natural resources and environment for instance climatic changes including various infrastructures.

Salient Features

  1. RR Campus is the first among the faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Campuses in the Valley, which has started teaching “Population Studies” as “Population Education” at undergraduate level since 1980s.
  2.  It is centrally located Campus.
  3.  The Department has a bunch of experienced and qualified 17 faculty-members:

3.1 Having foreign university degree

3.2 Having latest data analysis and report writing tools and technical skills, who are competent,

dedicated and hard working

3.3 Having intensive work experiences with different field of research in Social Sciences,

Demography and Population Studies

3.4 Recently, three faculty members of the Department have been selected from Nepal to

participate in Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) 2018 Fellows Program. The main

purpose of this DHS Fellows Program is to enhance and strengthen the capacity of the faculty

members by providing essential technical knowledge and skills on how to analyze and use DHS

data properly

  1. Department has regular classes
  2. Department imparts knowledge on practical and market oriented packages
  3. Department emphases on field-based research and thesis work by using statistical technique and computer
  4. Department uses of multi-media modes in teaching learning activities
  5. Department runs student-friendly learning environment

Who can apply in Population Studies?

  • Bachelor Level Course:

Candidates, who have completed grade 12 in any discipline from a national and international university or institute recognized by Tribhuvan University can apply in Bachelor Level.

2    Master Level Course:

Candidates, who have completed Bachelor in any discipline from a national and international university or institute recognized by Tribhuvan University can apply in Master Level.

Nature of Course and Teaching Program

The Master degree is a thesis program, which has to be completed over four semesters. The duration of each semester will be of six months. Each semester consists of 5 courses, each carrying 3 credits. The third and fourth semesters have the provision of “optional courses” as well where students will be choosing courses from “optional groups” in addition to compulsory courses. They are also required to submit a thesis worth of 3 credits in the fourth semester as a prerequisite to complete Master degree. Thesis write-up will consist of 75 percent and viva voce will consist of the remaining 25 percent of the total grade of the thesis.

Nature of Examinations and Evaluations System

  1. Internal Examinations:

Internal Examinations for each course will be held in the department, which worth of 40 percent of the

total grade. Such as:

1.1 One research paper of minimum 7 to 10 pages (double-spaced) is assigned 50 percent of

Internal Grade

1.2 Mid-term examination is assigned 30 percent of Internal Grade

1.3 Attendance, presentation, and active participation in the class is assigned 20 percent of

Internal Grade

  1. Final Examinations: There will be held final examinations by Dean Office for each course at the end

   of the semester, and they are assigned 60 percent of the total grade.

Grading System

Each course will have 3 credit hours with 48 teaching sessions, which will be completed in 16 weeks of time span. The final grade for each course will be reported in numerical grade from 0 to 4 grade points. To get through the course, students must receive 2.7 grade points. The Cumulative Grade Points will be calculated on the 4 points scale as indicated below:

 Grade Points       Equivalent Numerical Grade Points         Performance Remarks

4.0                               90 and above                                      Distinction

3.7                               80-89.9                                               Very good

3.3                               70-79.9                                                First Division

3.0                               60-69.9                                                Second Division

2.7                               50-59.9                                                Pass in individual subject

0.0                              below 50                                               Fail

 Courses of Master degree in Population Studies Offered

The following is the semester wise list of courses designed to offer in Master Degree in Population Studies:

 First Semester: 5 courses x 3 credit hours = 15 credit hours

Paper Code No. Subject Title Full Marks
Compulsory Courses                                                                                    
I Pop. 551 Principles of Demography – I 50
II Pop. 552 Applied Statistics for Population Studies 50
III Pop. 553 Demographic Methods for Population Analysis – I 50
IV Pop. 554 Population, Health and Development 50
V Pop. 555 Population, Resource and Development 50

Second Semester: 5 courses x 3 credit hours = 15 credit hours

Paper Code No. Subject Title Full Marks
Compulsory Courses                                                                                   
VI Pop. 556 Principles of Demography – II 50
VII Pop. 557 Population  Dynamics and Nepalese Society 50
VIII Pop. 558 Demographic Methods for Population Analysis – II 50
IX Pop. 559 Research Methods for Population Analysis 50
X Pop. 560 Population Poverty and Human Development 50

Third Semester: 5 courses x 3 credit hours = 15 credit hours

Paper Code No. Subject Title Full Marks
Compulsory Courses
XI Pop. 561 Computer Application in Population Studies (census and survey data analysis) 50
XII Pop. 562 Migration and Development 50
XIII Pop. 563 Demographic Methods for Population Analysis – III 50
XIV Pop. 564 Population, Gender and Development 50
XV (Options) Pop. 565.1 Population and Development Policies 50
Pop. 565.2 Demographics of Ageing and Social Welfare
Pop. 565.3 Population, Environment and Development
Pop. 565.4 Urbanization and Urban Rural Linkage

Fourth Semester:

3 courses x 3 credit hours = 9 credit hours and Thesis 6 credit hours = 15 credit hours

Paper Code No. Subject Title Full Marks
Compulsory Courses                                                                                    
XVI Pop. 566 Population Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation 50
XVII Pop. 567 Demographic Methods for Population Analysis – IV 50


XVIII (Options)

Pop. 568.1 Health, Morbidity and Mortality  




Pop. 568.2 Reproductive Health
Pop. 568.3 Population and Social Justice
Pop. 568.4 Family and Household Demography
Pop. 568.5 Population and Conflict Resolution
XVIX Pop. 569 Thesis 100

Master of Arts in Political Science (MAPS)

Political Science is known as a master discipline and it is very useful, old and important discipline of social science. Now the world is becoming more advanced and challenging for everyone due to the new innovative human idea. Study of Humanities and Social Science give great ideas on human life and gives us the idea on exercising state powers and authority. This subject has a long history in university educational system and it is spread all over the world. In this context, Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus (R. R. College) is going to start Mater Programs in Political Science from 2018 February academic session.


M.A. Program in Political Science (MAPS) is a major discipline under the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science in Tribhuvan University. It is reputed postgraduate program of the University and now going to conduct at R.R Campus from 2018.  The Campus is renounced Constituent Campus of Tribhuvan University located and central heart of Kathmandu Valley, in which Major Humanities and Social Science Subjects are taught. Basically, this program offers:

  1. an opportunity to get theoretical and practical knowledge on different dimensions of Political Sciences.
  2. an in-depth knowledge about multi dimensional approaches to the study of political science in global and local context.
  3. various methods of research including qualitative and quantitative techniques in general and their application in particular.

Medium of instruction and requirements

As per the provision of rules and regulation of the University medium of instruction will be in English. The Exam (external and internal) will be conducted in English medium, thus students must possess sound knowledge in English.

  • As per TU rule, 75% attendance in class work will be compulsory.

Fee structure

  • Fee structure will be decided by TU and the Campus.

Administering Examination

  • Final exam will be conducted by Dean’s Office of Humanities and Social Science of the University.

Criteria for Internal Assessment

  • The students are requires to submit the internal assessment seminar paper, review paper, report, thesis as well as other assigned work to be given by concerned class teacher on time, as decided by the Campus. Overall grading system will be depended on both external and internal examination. The measurement of grading will be based on the following criteria:


S.N. Assignment Description Weightage/Value
1 Attendance and active participation in class room teaching 75% compulsory attendance of total class 10%
2 Individual and group research paper (GRP) Presentation in class room 10%
3 Term paper and mid-term exam Presentation in-house seminar 20%
4 Written Examination Written exam conducted by Dean’s Office 60%

 Curriculum Structure of Master’s Level in Political Science

 First Semester

Paper Code No. Title of Course Credit hrs. Remarks
1. MAPS-551 Political Philosophy 3  


2. MAPS-552 Modern Political Theory 3
3. MAPS-553 International Politics 3
4. MAPS-554 Public Administration 3
5. MAPS-555 Research Methodology 3

Second Semester

Paper Code No. Title of Course Credit hrs. Remarks
1. MAPS-556 Constitution and Government 3 Required
2. MAPS-557 Public Policy and Governance 3
3. MAPS-558 Conflict, Peace and Development 3
4. MAPS-559 International Law 3
5. MAPS-560 Politics and Government of Nepal 3

Third Semester

Paper Code No. Title of Course Credit hrs. Remarks
1. MAPS-561 Comparative Government: Unitary and Federal Systems 3  


2. MAPS-562 Politics and Governance of South Asia 3
3. MAPS-563 Nepalese Politics and Political Behaviour 3
4. MAPS-564  Foreign Policy and Diplomacy of Nepal 3
5. MAPS-565(1)  International Political Economy 3 *Optional

any three

6. MAPS-565(2) Diplomacy 3
7. MAPS-565(3) International Organization 3

Fourth Semester

Paper Code No. Title of Course Credit hrs. Remarks
1. MAPS-566 China and India 3 Required
2. MAPS-567 Diplomacy and Human Rights 3
3. MAPS-568(1) Regional Studies:Middle East 3 *Optional

any one

4. MAPS-568(2) Southeast Asia 3
5. MAPS568(3) West Europe and USA 3
6. MAPS-569 Thesis Writing 6

*    Optional courses will be offered on the basis of availability of teaching faculty and number of students and Thesis Writing has made a compulsory for each and every student for the completion of Master’s Degree in Political Science. It is equivalent to Two Papers, i.e. Six Credit hours in Final Fourth Semester.

नेपाली विषयमा स्नातकोत्तर


यस रत्न राज्यलक्ष्मी क्याम्पसमा स्नातक र स्नातकोत्तर तहमा नेपाली विषय पढाइ हुन्छ । त्रिभुवन विश्वविद्यालयले प्रवीणता प्रमाणपत्र तह पढाउन्जेल यस क्याम्पसमा प्रवीणता प्रमाणपत्र, स्नातक र स्नातकोत्तर तीन ओटै तहमा नेपाली विषय पढाइ हुँदै आएको थियो । प्रवीणता प्रमाण पत्र तथा स्नातक तहमा अनिवार्य र ऐच्छिक रूपमा नेपाली विषय पढाइ हुन्थ्यो । हाल त्रिभुवन विश्वविद्यालयले प्रवीणता प्रमाणपत्र तह ‘फेज आउट’ गरेको परिप्रेक्ष्यमा यस क्याम्पसमा स्नातक र स्नातकोत्तर तहमा मात्र ऐच्छिक नेपाली विषय पढाइ    हुन्छ ।

स्नातक तह

स्नातक तहको पहिलो वर्षमा १०० पूर्णाङ्कको अनिवार्य नेपाली विषय पढाइ हुन्छ भने पहिलो, दोस्रो र तेस्रो वर्षमा गरी ५०० पूर्णाङ्कको ऐच्छिक नेपाली विषय पढाइ हुन्छ । ऐच्छिक नेपाली विषय नलिई अरू नै विषय पढ्ने विद्यार्थी पनि कार्यमूलक पत्र अन्तर्गत नेपाली विषयकै ‘कार्यमूलक नेपाली पत्रकारिता’ विषयप्रति आकर्षित भएका छन् । स्नताक तह तेस्रो वर्षको परीक्षा दिइसकेपछि ऐच्छिक नेपाली विषय लिने विद्यार्थी मात्र होइन, अन्य विषय लिएर अध्ययन गरेका सबै विद्यार्थीहरू नेपाली विषय अन्तर्गतकै कार्यमूलक नेपाली पत्रकारिता विषयप्रति आकर्षित हुँदै आएका छन् ।

स्नातकोत्तर तह

यस क्याम्पसमा वि.सं. २०५३ सालमा स्नातकोत्तर तहमा नेपाली विषय पढाइ सुरु भएको   हो । रात्रि समूहमा कक्षा सञ्चालन हुने यस विषयमा  सुरुका वर्षदेखि नै उत्साहजनक सङ्ख्यामा विद्यार्थी भर्ना हुने गरेका छन् । वर्षे प्रणाली चलुन्जेल प्रत्येक वर्ष करिब १५० र त्यसभन्दा बढी विद्यार्थी भर्ना भई अध्ययन गर्थे ।

वर्षे प्रणालीको दोस्रो वर्षको दसौँ पत्रको प्रयोजनका लागि लेखाइने शोधपत्र तथा सृजनपत्रको स्तरीयता देखेर नै आफू यस क्याम्पसमा अध्ययन गर्न आएको विद्यार्थीहरूको भनाइ छ । यहाँ विषयवस्तुको गहिराइ, शोधपत्र लेखनमा पालन गर्नुपर्ने शोध विधि, लेखनका ढाँचा र शैलीमा अद्यावधि भई शोधपत्र लेखनमा विद्यार्थीलाई अभ्यास गराइन्छ । नेपाली विभागबाट गराइने यस किसिमको कार्यबाट पनि विद्यार्थी यसै क्याम्पसमा अध्ययन गर्न आकर्षित भएको उनीहरूको भनाइ छ ।

शैक्षिक वर्ष २०७४ साल (सन् २०१७)  देखि सत्र (सेमेस्टर) प्रणाली लागु भएपछि नेपाली विषयमा स्नातकोत्तर तह सञ्चालन भएका काठमाडौँ उपत्यकाका क्याम्पसमध्ये यस क्याम्पसमा सबैभन्दा बढी विद्यार्थी भर्ना भई अध्ययन गरिरहेका छन् । २०७४ को माघे सत्र (सन् २०१८) मा पनि करिब करिब ४० जना विद्यार्थीले यसै क्याम्पसमा अध्ययन गर्न भनी भर्ना फारम भरेका छन् ।

यस क्यम्पसमा नेपाली विषयमा स्नातकोत्तर तह सञ्चालन हुँदादेखि नै दक्ष तथा अनुभवी प्राध्यापकहरू संलग्न हुनुहुन्थ्यो । विद्यावारिधि गर्नुभएका प्राध्यापकहरूले विद्यार्थी मैत्री एवं प्रविधि मैत्री वातावरणमा सौहार्दपूर्ण ढङ्गले अध्यापन गराएर मन जित्न सफल भएकैले विद्यार्थीहरू यस क्याम्पसमा अध्ययन गर्न आउने गरेको स्नातकोत्तर तह दोस्रो सेमेस्टरमा अध्ययनरत विद्यार्थी बताउँछन् ।

सेमेस्टर प्रणालीमा अध्यापन प्रक्रिया

सेमेस्टर प्रणालीमा भर्ना भएर पढ्ने प्रत्येक विद्यार्थीको छुट्टा छुट्टै फाइल बनाइने छ र प्रत्येक विद्यार्थीको हाजिरी तथा पढाइका गतिविधिको मूल्याङ्कन विवरण तयार पारिने छ । विद्यार्थीको हाजिरी,  दैनिक क्रियाकलाप, आवधिक पत्र लेखन तथा आन्तरिक मूल्याङ्कनलाई सक्रिय रूपमा लागु गरिने छ । यस आन्तरिक मूल्याङ्कनबाट ४० प्रतिशत अङ्कभार वहन हुने छ र ६० प्रतिशत अङ्कको बोर्ड परीक्षा  लिइने छ ।

मूल्याङ्कन प्रक्रिया

उपर्युक्त अनुसारको मूल्याङ्कन प्रक्रिया दुई प्रकृतिको हुने छ

(१)  आन्तरिक मूल्याङ्कन (२) सत्रान्त परीक्षा

आन्तरिक मूल्याङ्कन

आन्तरिक मूल्याङ्कनका लागि ४०% अङ्कभार छुट्याइएको छ । उक्त मूल्याङ्कन कार्य सम्पन्न गर्न निर्दिष्ट पाठ्यवस्तु अन्तर्गत रही विषय शिक्षकद्वारा निम्न आधारहरू अवलम्बन गरिने छ

उपस्थिति – ५ अङ्क

शिक्षण सिकाइमा सहभागिता- ५ अङ्क

पहिलो आनतरिक मूल्याङ्कन- १० अङ्क

दोस्रो आन्तरिक मूल्याङ्कन- २० अङ्क

बाह्य परीक्षा

हरेक सेमेस्टरको अन्तमा त्रिभुवन विश्वविद्यालय, डिनको कार्यालयले ६० % अङ्कभारको सत्रान्त परीक्षा लिने छ ।

त्रिभुवन विश्वविद्यालयको यस क्याम्पसमा मानविकी सङ्कायका विषय मात्र पढाइ हुन्छन् । विगत केही वर्षदेखि अरू क्याम्पसमा भन्दा बढी विद्यार्थी भर्ना भई पढ्ने भएकाले यो क्याम्पस स्नातकोत्तर तहको नेपाली विषय पढाइ हुने केन्द्रीय क्याम्पस जस्तो देखिन पुगेको छ ।

सेमेस्टर प्रणालीमा पढाइ हुने पाठ्यक्रमको रुपरेखा

पहिलो सत्र

५५१ ऐतिहासिक तथा समाज भाषाविज्ञान (क्रे.आ. ३)

५५२ संस्कृत काव्यशास्त्र (क्रे. आ. ३)

५५३ पाश्चात्य समालोचना सिद्धान्त र नेपाली समालोचना (क्रे.आ. ३)

५५४ आधुनिक नेपाली निबन्ध र लोक साहित्य (क्रे.आ. ४)

५५५ आधुनिक नेपाली फुटकर कविता (क्रे.आ. ३)

जम्मा (क्रे.आ. १६)

दोस्रो सत्र

५५६ सामान्य भाषाविज्ञान (क्रे.आ. ३)

५५७ पाश्चात्य साहित्यका वाद र समालोचना पद्धति (क्रे.आ. ३)

५५८ पूर्व आधुनिक नेपाली साहित्य (क्रे.आ. ३)

५५९ आधुनिक नेपाली नाटक र चलचित्र सिदधान्त (क्रे.आ. ४)

५६० आधुनिक नेपाली खण्डकाव्य (क्रे.आ. ३)

जम्मा (क्रे.आ. १६)

 तेस्रो सत्र

५६१ आधुनिक नेपाली कथा (क्रे.आ. ३)

५६२ आधुनिक नेपाली महाकाव्य (क्रे.आ. ३)

५६३ साहित्येतिहास सिद्धान्त र नेपाली साहित्यको इतिहास लेखन (क्रे.आ. ३)

५६४ भाषिक अध्ययन परम्परा (क्रे.आ. ३)१


५६५ नाटककार बालकृष्ण सम र उनका नाट्यकृति (क्रे.आ. ३)


५६६ महाकवि लक्ष्मीप्रसाद देवकोटा र उनका कविताकृति


५६७ नाटककार विजय मल्ल र उनका नाट्यकृति (क्रे.आ. ३)


५६८ कवि मोहन कोइराला र उनका कविताकृति (क्रे.आ. ३)

५६९ शोध तथा सृजन विधि (क्रे.आ. ४)

जम्मा (क्रे.आ. १६)

      चौथो सत्र

५७० आधुनिक नेपाली उपन्यास (क्रे.आ. ३)

५७१ पूर्वीय दर्शन र पाठ सम्पादन (क्रे.आ. ४)

५७२ भाषिक अध्ययनका प्रमुख पद्धति (क्रे.आ. ३)


५७३ आख्यानकार विश्वेश्वर प्रसाद कोइराला र उनका आख्यान कृति (क्रे.आ. ३)


५७४ आख्यानकार भवानी भिक्षु र उनका आख्यउन कृति (क्रे.आ. ३)


५७५ आख्यानकार पारिजात र उनका आख्यान कृति


उपन्यासकार ध्रुवचन्द्र गौतम र उनका उपन्यास (क्रे.आ. ३)

५७७ शोधपत्र लेखन (क्रे.आ. २+४=६)‍


सृजनपत्र लेखन (क्रे.आ. २+४=६)‍

जम्मा क्रे. आ. १६

जम्मा क्रे. आ. १६+१६+१६+१६=६४

पुनश्चः पाठ्यांश ५६४ लिने विद्यार्थीहरूले पाठ्यांश ५७२ मात्र लिन पाउने छन् । पाठ्यांश ५६५ वा ५६६ वा ५६७ वा ५६८ लिने विद्यार्थीहरुले पाठ्यांश ५७३ वा ५७४ वा ५७५ वा ५७६ मध्ये कुनै एक पाठ्यांश लिन सक्ने छन् ।