How to get Migration Certificate of Tribhuvan University (TU)?

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How to get the Migration Certificate of Tribhuvan University (TU).

First of all, mind that once you get a migration certificate then your link to TU is almost finished. So, you must match all the data and correct any errors in any of the documents issued from TU before you apply for the migration. It is because when you walk out with a migration certificate none of your data could be corrected or edited. For example, sometimes your date of birth might be different in the transcript and in the degree certificate. You should match them before applying for the migration certificate. Sometimes, there are spelling errors, errors in the father’s name, etc. In my case, the TU registration number was different. The number in the TU registration slip was different from that written in the transcript. They told me to bring copies of all the four-year mark sheets, and a form obtained from the inquiry section with a voucher of Rs 100 / per document. 

I applied and they issued a new transcript with the correct information, after cancelling the older one. After that, I applied or the migration certificate.

Here is the a to z steps to obtain the Migration Certificate.

1.       Get a format of the letter from the inquiry section. Or else you can download the form from HERE. Print it and fill the information. The JPEG file of that form is illustrated here:

2.       Go to your college or campus. Get the letter signed by the campus chief or the person in authority in the place where it is written. Campus may seek a proof like a character certificate or transcript to have it signed.

3.       Get the letter stamped with the official seal of your campus.

4.       Pay Rs. 1000 /- rupees in the extension counter of Kritipur Branch of Nepal Bank Limited. (It lies inside the premises of Exam Controller's office, Balkhu in the first building when we go up from the door). Global IME counter is on the front fa├žade where as Nepal Bank Limited counter is to the South side. While paying the amount, have the letter (or the form) stamped with the bank seal.

Now, before you go to room number 24, you should have the following documents to submit:


2.       TU Registration Slip (if you don’t have it, you should pay Rs. 1200/- instead of 1000/-

3.       The form (signed by campus chief)

4.       Voucher (Rs. 1000/- for all levels (Inter, Bachelor and Masters). In case you don’t have registration slip the voucher amount is Rs. 1200/-

Obviously, 10AM to 1 PM is the rush hour and there might be a bit crowd. So, if you have all the documents prepared in advance, consider to go to the office after lunch (2PM). You should go to Room no. 24, they will take your voucher and enter your number in a big book with phone number and signature. Then they will send you to room no. 21. This is the room where your migration certificate is printed. You, again, should go to room no.24, but this time to another table (at the next corner). The controller will sign the migration certificate. You are done. This process will approximately take around 15-20 minutes. In the "required documents notice" there is clearly written that students should have recommendation letter from the campus chief and transcript. But they don't care even if you don't have. However, take a copy of your transcript, just in case.

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