A day symposium organized
One day Symposium on Environmental Assessment (EA): Trends, challenges,
Prospects and Opportunities was organized by the Department of Environmental
Science and Engineering, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel on December
23, 2012 at CV Raman Auditorium. On the occasion, Dr. Sanjay Nath Khanal,
Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering (DESE) delivered
opening remarks. The relevancy of the symposium was highlighted by Dr.
Nawa Raj Khatiwada, Program Co-ordinator and faculty of DESE. Dr. Bhadra
Man Tuladhar, Registrar of Kathmandu University was also present during
the opening session.
Dr. David Green, Mr. Bhai Raja Manandhar and Mr. Surya Man Shakya presented
papers on different issues. The papers are available for download.
1.EIA and Leadership
Assessment of Infrastructure Projects in the national context
Assessment of Infrastructure Projects in the regional and international
list for the MSc Environment and Natural Resources and MSc Bridge Course
Department has new Head from September
From 1 Sept 2012, Prof. Subodh Sharma has been assigned the responsibility
of Head of the Department of DESE. Congratulation!.
Application call for the admission in
undergraduate level (2012)
Department invites application for the admission
in undergraduate level starting from August. Please check the university
page (www.ku.edu.np) for details. The brochures
of B.Sc. environmental science
and B. Tech. Engineering are
available for download.
International Symposium on Mountain Resource
Management in a Changing Environment organized.
The Aquatic Ecology Centre, Kathmandu University, and Institute of
Forestry, Tribhuvan University in collaboration with the Department
of International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric), University
of Life Sciences, Norway, successfully organized the symposium on “Mountain
Resource Management in a Changing Environment” at Park Village
Resort, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, Nepal, from May 29-31, 2012. Please
click here for the symposium presentations and pictures.
Applicatin call for M. Sc. Environment
and Natural Resources, M. S. by Research in Glaciology, and Pre-M. Sc.
bridge coures programs. (Published 2nd August,
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION INTO M. Sc./Pre-M. Sc.:
Students who have completed 4 years undergraduate programs in Environmental
Science, Agriculture, Forestry, or other related field of study with
minimum 2.5 CGPA or 50% or more in aggregate marks are eligible to
apply. Fresh graduates from 3-year undergraduate programs will be
required to take a 1-year pre-M.Sc. bridge course beginning in August
2011. Applications for the Pre-M.Sc. bridge course can be also submitted
during the period specified below.
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION INTO M.
S. by Research in Glaciology:
This program is offered in collaboration with ICIMOD and funded by
the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Students having completed
a 4-year Bachelor’s degree in Hydrology, Meteorology, Geosciences,
Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering or Civil Engineering
with minimum 2.5 CGPA or 50% or more in aggregate marks are eligible
to apply. Priority will be given to qualified female candidates, marginalized
groups and candidates with sound health and high altitude field work
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
Application forms are available at the administration office, School
of Science, Block 06, Dhulikhel, Kavre, or on-line at the Kathmandu
University, School of Science, Department of Environmental Science
& Engineering website (Graduate Application Form). Submit completed
application form and application fee of Rs. 800 along with photocopies
of previous academic and citizenship certificates to the department
office at Dhulikhel, Kavre.
Last date of submission of application is 25th August 2011.
Only short listed candidates will be informed to appear for interview
on Friday, 26th August 2011. Orientation and classes
will commence from Sunday, 28th August, 2011.
For more information contact:
Roshan M. Bajracharya, Ph.D., Head
Department of Environmental Science & Engineering
Phone: 9851049645 or 011-661399 (ext. 2238)
A position available for PhD research
scholar (Published 17 January
Candidates keen to conduct research on “Forest
restoration and alternative land uses on forest and soil carbon pools,
fluxes and sequestration” and earn a PhD degree from Kathmandu
University are encouraged to apply. More
Two days Seminar on Climate Change and
Sustainable Use of Natural Resource in Nepal
Nature and Social Concern Society (NSCS), a student
club of the department is organizing two day seminar on “Climate
Change and Sustainable Use of Natural Resource in Nepal “on on
the occasion of World Earth Day at C.V Raman Auditorium, Kathmandu University
from Thursday, 22nd April, 2010 to Friday, 23rd April, 2010 starting
at 9:30 AM. For more information, please contact NSCS
International Conference on ECOREC –
Ecosystem Responses to Environmental Change
Aquatic Ecology Centre on behalf of the Kathmandu
University (KU) invites the scientific community to the "International
Conference on ECOREC – Ecosystem Responses to Environmental Change
to be held from November 13-17, 2010
Nepal. The main purpose of this conference is to address the issues
of recent environmental changes in soil, water, forests, air and climate.
Biological assessment is gaining recognition as a practical, cost-efficient
and effective approach for tracking environmental change. Papers within
the following themes are invited for presentation as oral or poster.
For details, please click here
of abstract extended till June 30, 2010
). For the pictures of
the conference venue, please click here