isms | 31 January, 2013 22:31
Date: January 31, 2013Technical Training Center at Kathmandu University is developing curriculum for Mechanical and Automobile training with the mission to “To fulfill the skill workforce in contest of modern advance technology”. The vision of the project is to make Technical workforce development and employment to meet the increase of rising generation in the project target area through support on the establishment of Technical Training center at Kathmandu University This project is running in cooperation with Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
The project is looking for young and energetic Office Secretary as per following terms and conditions.
Post: Office Secretary
Contract period: Feburary 2013 to July 2, 2013
Salary: Rs. 15000/- per month
Working hours: Office hours with frequent site visit
1. Bachelor’s degree in related fields
2. Good knowledge in Computer skill and ability to use computer and related software
3. Good ability to write letters, reports in English, Nepali and Korean (Must)
1. Assisting the Project manager to design and develop curriculum
2. Assisting the Project manager to for proposal writing and preparing budget.
3. File handling and recording.
4. Conducting meetings, seminars and workshops.
5. Planning and implementing the programs through various work activities.
6. Knowledge of Computer basics as e-mailing, MS WORD, MS EXCEL
with various groups of Experts in related field to arrange workshops along with
the public, industries, and entrepreneurs.
candidate will be given priority.
Only shortlisted Candidates will be called for the selection process
Please send your application with motivation letter, copies of all credential, copy of citizenship along with two passport size photos to the following address by February 5, 2013.
isms | 31 January, 2013 13:40
An interaction program is organised by Department of Civil and Geomatics Engineering; Geomatics Engineering program on January 30, 2013 at School of Engineering meeting room, Kathmnadu University to discuss on future collaboration with Open data for resilence Initiative (Open DRI) Nepal.
Mr. Subash Ghimire, Assistant Professor and Co-ordinator of Geomatics Engineering program extended warm welcome to the Guests and participants and presented on the different activities of the Geomatics Engineering Program of Kathmandu University. Similarly, Mr. Shashish Maharjan, Lecturer of Geomatics Engineering Program presented on various open street mapping (OSM ) activities carried out by the program. Likewise, Dr. Nama Raj Budhathoki, Open DRI Nepal lead presented on different issues of Open street mapping and activities carried out by Open DRI Nepal.
Mr. Ryan Sommerville, Regional co-ordinator, Open DRI south Asia and Mr. Robert Soden, Open DRI technical lead, The World Bank, Washington DC have expressesed their willingness to work together in this sector with the University. Mr. Janak Raj Joshi, co-ordinator of Geomatics Engineering Program, LMTC, Mr. Pankaj Dawadi, undergraduate program co-ordinator from Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Geomatics Engineering faculties from Kathmandu University Mr. Nawaraj Shrestha and Mr. Ganesh Dhakal, Mr. Lekhnath Dahal and Abhash Joshi, Instructors from LMTC actively participated in the interaction program. The interaction program has found out the following interconnected areas for potential collaboration.
· Organising a Mapathon for international Open Data Day on February 2013.
· Digitising building footprints, mapping point of interest (POIs), and validating data in the Kathmandu Valley
· Collecting socioeconomic and building structural data
· Organising a Hackathon sometime later in 2013
Mr. Subash Ghimire, Assistant Professor and Co-ordinator of Geomatics Engineering program also proposed vote of thanks to the guests and participants for their valuable time to discuss on various OSM issues.
isms | 30 January, 2013 14:39
Kathmandu University, RenewableNepal Programme
4th Call for Application for
R& D Project Funding Support
New Applications for Applied Research and Development (R&D) Project Funding Support from RenewableNepal Programme are invited from Nepalese Research Institution (University, College, and other organization qualifying as a research institution) in partnership with Nepalese Energy Industry, and preferably also in partnership with Norwegian/Foreign Research Institution and Norwegian/Foreign Energy Industry, to conduct Applied R&D for industrial development in Nepal in the area of Renewable Energy. The proposed project duration shall be of one year, planned for start from July/August 2013.
RenewableNepal is a Programme for supporting research based industrial development in Nepal. It provides funding support to collaborative R&D projects related to renewable energy technology, planned and implemented by R&D institution in Nepal in cooperation with local industries and Norwegian/foreign institutions & industries. The Programme is jointly managed by Kathmandu University (KU), Nepal, and SINTEF Energy Research (SEfAS), Norway. It is funded by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad).
The programme is open for participation by all Nepalese and Norwegian/foreign Research Institutions and Industries on competitive equal opportunity basis within the Programme Framework. The Principal Applicant shall be a Nepalese Research Institution, which applies for funding support from the Programme to implement a conceived R&D project with the partners. The Principal Applicant and the Partners shall refer to Application Call Document, General Terms and Conditions, Application Forms & General Guidelines for preparing and submitting the application. These documents are available at http://www.ku.edu.np/renewablenepal for download or can be requested by e-mail to email@example.com.
The deadline for submission of application is 08 March 2013
In order to assist the application procedure, an Application Assistance Seminar will be organized at Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, on 12 Feb 2013 (Tues, 10 AM). Please note that prior registration for the seminar is required. The participants shall have referred to the stated documents and preferably started preparing application. Please send e-mail for participation in the seminar by 09 Feb 2013.
NOTE: The application preparation may require considerable time and coordination between the partners. Please refer to the documents and start preparation as soon as possible. Please contact the Programme office by e-mail for assistance.
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Block 08, Room 506, Dhulikhel, Kavre
isms | 27 January, 2013 15:22
Videoconference took place between Dr. Mahavir Pun, Prof. Mahesh Banskota, Dr. Sagar Raj Sharma from Kathmandu Model Hospital Video Conferencing Center and MDEVS students of Kathmandu University who are on an internship field visit to Nangi VDC, Myagdi from Himanchal High School Video Conference Center, Nangi VDC, Myagdi. In the conference, students share and make queries related to field research experiences to Dr. Pun and Prof Baskota to strength their field visits.
At the mean time, Faculty and PhD student of KUSOA also joined the session through newly installed videoconference center at KUSOA, HatiBhan that helps to share the resources and experience to the student in Magdi.
isms | 27 January, 2013 15:21
isms | 24 January, 2013 14:20
Kathmandu University enhances its Video Conferencing Service. In addition to the Central Campus, Dhulikhel, the service has been established in School of Arts and Education, Hattiban, and School of Management, Balkumari too. Information System Management Section (ISMS) has successfully installed and tested it on 22 January, 2013. The service can be used by all the faculty members, students, researchers as well as staffs of the university in coordination with the ISMS.
isms | 16 January, 2013 15:05
Prof. Norbert Bartel from the Department of Physics and Astronomy, York University, Toronto, Canada delivered a seminar on the topic “Testing Einstein's Universe” on 15th of Jan. 2013 at Kathmandu University. The seminar was followed by a film on the Gravity Probe B Mission which is written, directed, narrated and produced by Prof. Bartel. The program was organized by the Department of Natural Sciences, School of Science at the E-learning room in Prof. Inge Johansen Engineering Block, KU. It was attended by faculties and students of School of Science and Engineering. The seminar was also attended by the Registrar, Prof. Bhadraman Tuladhar, Dean of School of Science, Prof. Panna Thapa and the Controller of Examination, Prof. Pushpa Raj Adhikary. Dr. Deepak Prasad Subedi, Head of the Department of Natural Sciences, conducted the program. After the seminar, Prof. Bartel also visited the Plasma Physics laboratory at the department. After the visit of the department, Prof. Bartel was presented a Token of Love by Prof. Tuladhar at his office.
isms | 13 January, 2013 12:26
isms | 13 January, 2013 11:40
PhD in Tourism, Conflict and Peace at the Department of Development Studies, SoA
Mr. Pranil Kumar Upadhayaya, PhD candidate at the Department of Development Studies, School of Arts, KU successfully defended his PhD thesis amidst the presence of various national and international scholars, academicians, researchers and students at the Hattiban Complex, KU on Jan 11, 2013.
The title of the Thesis was Tourism Amidst Armed Conflict in Nepal: Consequences, Copings and Contribution to Peace-building, which was supervised by Dr. Bishnu Raj Upreti (from NCCR North South), Dr. Sagar Raj Sharma (from the Department of Development Studies, KU) and Dr. Laurent Goetschel (from Swiss Peace Foundation).
This research is part of the ongoing collaboration between the NCCR North South and the Department of Development Studies, Kathmandu University. Among the present in the defense were Dr. Laurent Goetschel, Dr. Andrea Iff (Swiss Peace Foundation), Prof. Bhim Subedi (Tribhuvan University), Dr. Mahesh Banskota (Dean, SoA) and several other faculties, students and members from the private sector.
isms | 07 January, 2013 14:34
isms | 01 January, 2013 13:41
Renewable Nepal Project PID-379 invites applications from interested graduates on monitoring activity of the biogas plant that is to be started as soon as possible. Please contact the project leader with your latest bio data.
Jyoti U. Devkota
Renewable Nepal Project