Central Campus of Technology
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Student welfare

Asst. Prof. Arjun Ghimire
Students Welfare Head
Central Campus of Technology

The aim of today's education is to foster all-round development with a special focus to incorporate three major genres of education: (i) reasoning, (ii) psychomotor, and (iii) emotional learning. This is where terms like extracurricular- and co-curricular activities come in. Extracurricular activities are not explicitly tied to the curriculum but have important role in all round development of the student. Generally speaking, co-curricular activities are an extension of the formal learning experiences in a course or academic program. Co-curricular activities usually complement the regular curriculum. In T. U. constituent campuses, these activities are administered by Student Welfare Chief (one of the faculties appointed by the Campus Chief). In the process of applying for QAA certification, CCT has formed a parallel Co-Curricular Activity Committee which also does the work of Student Welfare Committee. Free Students' Union (FSU) and other student organizations are important stakeholders in different co-curricular and extracurricular activities.

The Student Welfare Society (SWS) is a legal entity responsible for the welfare of students of university. It the representative body of students working for their welfare. It works in coordination with college management for the wellbeing of college family. It also helps college to carry out extracurricular activities for the overall development of students. It appeals the rights of the students and supervises the welfare activities in the Campus which play a significant role in their career building. It also provides a platform to the students to voice their opinions and suggestions to take the institution to a great height.