Management Committee

CAMPUS MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

CENTRAL CAMPUS OF TECHNOLOGY, DHARAN

S.N.

Name

Post

1

Prof. Pashupati Mishra

Chairman

2

Prof. Basanta Kumar Rai

Member

3

Asst. Prof. Lalita Shrestha

Member

4

Asst. Prof. Dambar Bahadur Khadka

Member

5

Mr. Mugadhan Ri

Member

6

Mr. Ambika Sambahangphe

Member

7

Mrs. Shila Bajracharya

Member

8

Mr. Kailash Agrawal

Member

9

Mr. Surya Prakash Pandhak

Member

10

Mr. Sibaraj Marattha

Member

11

Mr. Krishna Prasad Bhattarai

Member

12

Asst. Prof. Peshal Pokhrel

Member

13

Mr. Govinda Pokhrel

Member

14

Mr.Kedar Prasad Acharya

Member

15

Mr. Saurav Sanjel

Member

16

Asst. Prof. Ganesh Tamang

Member

17

Mr. Tanka Bahadur Karki

Member

18

Mr. Gopal Shrestha

Member

19

Mr. Nabin Kumar Shrestha

Member

20

Dr. Pushpalal Homagain

Member

21

Associate Prof. Dr. Ganesh Bahadur Thapa

Member

22

Associate Prof. Dipak Sapkota

Member

23

Prof. Dr. Dhan Bahadur Karki

Secretarial Member

 

Executive Committee

S.N.

Name

Representation

Post

1

Prof. Dr. Dhan Bahadur Karki

Campus Chief

Chairman

2

Associate Prof. Basanta Kumar Rai

Head of Departments

Member

3

 

Faculty Members

 

4

Mr. Prabhat Kumar Shrestha

Nominee from the V. C.

Member

5

Dr. Dil Kumar Limbu

Assistant Campus Chief

Member Secretary

6

Mr. Hemanta Khanal

Assistant Campus Chief

Member

7

Mr. Nabin Kumar Shrestha

Section Officer

Member

 

The Board of Directors is vested with power to make all important decisions for the welfare and development of the campus, education, employees and students. It also has the power, among other things, to tap and mobilize resources and employ staffs. The main functions of the Board are to

  • Formulate management policy for maintaining high standards of teaching, training and research activities.
  • Formulate policies for long-term development of the campus.
  • Approve/Sanction yearly budget and programs.
  • Develop relationship with foreign institutes.

The decentralization system has overtime made significant contribution to the development of the campus. Its decision to make provision for enrollment of some students on donation quota has significantly strengthened the campus financially.

The Board members (except student union representative) have a tenure of 4 years.

The Board as such is very inclusive in its make up: members represent almost all strata and sections of population that has to do with education.

Executive Committee

The executive committee consists of seven members and the members have a tenure of 2 years. The main functions of the executive committee are:

  • To formulate policy for the administration/management of quality education, pedagogy, and research environment on the campus.
  • To prepare plans and policies for the development, extension and progress of the campus.
  • To approve long-term plan of the campus.
  • To sanction annual budget.
  • To implement/execute the decisions from the TU senate and the Academic Council.

 

Campus Authorities

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS AT CCT (Update required)

At present, there are 9 departments, including Central Department of Food Technology (CDFT), for the management of these programs. Campus chief is the head of the academic programs that deal with Bachelor levels. Master degree and Ph. D. program in the Food Technology are administered by CDFT. Other master degree programs are administered by the respective centers.

Departments: campus /collage unites have a sub-department, and is generally administered by program coordinators instead of chairpersons. Below is given the list of Departments, Sub- departments and the current chairperson (as of 2014).This also includes Student Welfare Department.

  1. Department of Food Technology
  2. Department of Food Quality Control
  3. Department of Nutrition & Dietetics
  4. Department of Compulsory Subjects
  5. Department of Biology
  6. Department of Physics
  7. Department of Chemistry
  8. Department of Microbiology
  9. Central Department of Food Technology (CDSFT)
  10. Department (M.SC. Microbiology)
  11. Student Welfare Department

Functions/roles of Departments

The functions/roles of Department and Central Department in the academic programs are explicitly defined and documented. The department is headed by a chairman, usually referred to as HOD (Head of the Department).  The department chiefs, unless under special circumstance, have a 3 year tenure. The HoD of the central Department, however, has a 4 year tenure.

The department prepares time table /class routines for relevant subjects every academic session and distributes the works between the Faculties. Very often, a joint meeting of different committees is essential to sort out/ resolve common problems and work out the routine for regular classes, practical exams, and dissertation. The chairman of the Department monitors day-to-day progress to the course and supervises his/her faculty members for effective delivery of class lectures.

Administration Department