editorial | 25 February, 2016 05:40
American author Mr. Don Morreale, who taught in the Humanities and Management Unit during September 2015, got a collection of KU students' reflections/narratives on the April 25 earthquake published in a book by Coyosky Publications, Denver, USA.
The book is entitled Aftershocks: Survivor's Tales of the 2015 Nepal Earthquake. Students of the BBIS, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Pharmacy programs at KU main campus have been the book's principal contributors.
Mr. Morreale plans to donate all the proceeds to an organization working in Nepal for rehabilitation and rebuilding.
isms | 24 February, 2016 08:35
Create new ideas and protect these ideas
a One Day Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights
21 March 2016
Time: 9:30 – 15:30 Hours
Register and confirm your seats as soon as possible
Deadline for registration: 7 March 2016
Jyoti Upadhyaya, Professor of Statistics and
Head, Department of Natural Sciences
Program Detail: http://www.ku.edu.np/news/gallery/1/IPRAnnouncement.pdf
editorial | 16 February, 2016 14:45
editorial | 16 February, 2016 06:45
Mr. Ravi Raj Shrestha (Graduate Student at Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering), Mr. Sunil Khadka (Graduate Student at Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering), Mr. Gaurav BC (Graduate Student at Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering) and Mr. Anil K.C. (Undergraduate Student at Department of Civil and Geomatics Engineering) have attended invitation programme for SAARC countries 1st Batch: Energy under Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth (JENESYS) 2015 programme in Japan from Jan 17 – 27, 2015.
isms | 15 February, 2016 04:05
isms | 15 February, 2016 02:57
editorial | 13 February, 2016 13:11
isms | 09 February, 2016 22:29
editorial | 09 February, 2016 06:30
The program began with the welcome speech by Prof. Dr. Mohan Bikram Gewali and Prof. Byung Gee Kim. The project principal investigator presented the progress report of the project.
The program was concluded with the closing remarks by Prof. Dr. Bhola Thapa, Registrar, Kathmandu University.
The academic partnership program aims to industrialize the natural resources of Nepal.
editorial | 07 February, 2016 12:29
isms | 03 February, 2016 05:25
This is a course as a part of disciplinary development, within the Building Stronger Universities (BSU) II program between Kathmandu University (KU) and Danish Universities that seeks to strengthen the capacity in the field of sustainability. This training program is fully sponsored as a part of disciplinary development under BSU II at KU funded by Danida Fellowship Center (DFC), DANIDA, Denmark. The training course on Sustainability Analysis of Bioenergy Systems will be for 5 days commencing from 13th March to 17th March 2016 from 9 AM to 5 PM at Dhulikhel and Kathmandu.
The course will provide understanding of the complex interactions between a number of environmental and technological parameters related to biomass provision and energy conversion, including understanding of biogas technology for optimizing plant efficiency and sustainability. You will gain tools for understanding and conducting sustainability analyses, through hands-on examples of positive and negative bioenergy cases. The course description along with resource person can be downloaded from the link course description.
Course Trainers: Alastair James Ward, Uffe Jørgensen, and Torsten Rødel Berg, Aarhus University , Bim Prasad Shrestha from Kathmandu University, Nepal
Total Number of Participants: 20
Minimum applicant qualification requirements
Women candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
Please don’t forget to bring your laptop for excel data works.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter mentioning a statement of commitment, to successfully complete the course, their current research and relevance along with C.V and above mentioned requirements to the following address only through email or postal applications before 5 PM, 22nd February 2016.
Thank you for considering this opportunity and we look forward to hearing from you.
For information and application;
Building Stronger Universities (BSUII) at KU
School of Engineering
P.O. Box: 2650, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: 977-011-663736, 977-9751065511, 977-011-663188
editorial | 02 February, 2016 17:00