KATHMANDU: The reshuffled Nepal Students' Union (NSU) affiliated to the Nepali Congress has proposed date for holding its national general convention in the second week of January, next year.
The Central Working committee meeting of the NSU kicked off in the Capital from Saturday came up with the proposal to hold the general convention in January, said NSU spokesperson UP Lamichhane.
The meeting is expected to take concrete decisions on the issues of organisational strengthening, among others.
At today's session of the meeting, Union President Ranjit Karna presented a political report focusing on educational sector reform, organisational strengthening and improvements in the Tribhuvan University. The report has also raised the issues of arbitrary collection of fees by the TU constituent colleges.
The next meeting of the Union is to take place again on Sunday.
It may be noted that the NSU mother party the Nepali Congress had formed a new working committee under the leadership of Karna after the previous one led by Pradeep Poudel failed to hold the general convention in time.