isms | 09 July, 2012 14:55
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isms | 09 July, 2012 10:29
Assistant Professor Mr. Purusottam Kharel (Faculty of DOCSE/Ph.D. Candidate) has published following two research papers in an International Journals.
1. “Failure Factors of e-Government Implementation in Nepal”
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research
ISSN 0973-4562 Volume 6 No. 8 (2011)
Research India Publication
2. “e-Government Implementation in Nepal: A Challenges”
International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science * Software Engineering
Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2012
ISSN: 2277 128X
isms | 08 July, 2012 13:26
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isms | 08 July, 2012 13:16
isms | 06 July, 2012 12:52
Kathmandu University School of Arts and the Nepal Tourism Board have collaborated to bring out a peer reviewed Journal on Tourism and Development. The first Issue of the Journal was jointly launched by the Vice Chancellor Professor Suresh Raj Sharma and the Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism Dr. Ganesh Joshi in a small ceremony some months back. The link for the journal is provided below. As work is proceeding on the second issue , authors are welcome to submit well researched articles on Tourism and Sustainable Development. Articles, research notes and other comments can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please find the link for the journal
isms | 05 July, 2012 13:26
isms | 01 July, 2012 14:07
Prospects of Environmental Engineering: An Experience Sharing of KU Alumni
Forum for Environmental Conservation and Management, FECAM (A student body KU ENVE Students) in association with Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, KU)
Venue: CV Raman Auditorium, Kathmandu University
Date: July 05, 2012
Time: 12:00-16:00 hrs.
Paper Presentation I :
Speaker : Mr. Anish Ghimire, A graduate of Environmental Engineering Program, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand (KU ENVE Graduate Batch 2005)
Paper Presentation II :
Speaker Ms. Shuvi Neupane, A graduate of Environmental Engineering Program, National Institute of Technology, Trichurapalli, Tamil Naddu, India (KU ENVE Graduate Batch 2005)
Paper Presentation III:
Ms. Anusa Airi, Program Officer, Nepal Water for Health, NEWAH, Nepal ( KU ENVE Batch 2005)
Paper Presentation IV :
Mr. Suman Dhun Shrestha, Project Co-ordinator, Environment and Public Health Organization, ENPHO(KU ENVE Batch 2010)
For further details, kindly Contact the following students of FECAM, KU, Dhulikhel
isms | 01 July, 2012 14:00
Graduation Ceremony of MEEPE under NOMA Fellowship Program
The graduation ceremony of the 4th batch (2010-2012) of Master of Engineering in Electrical Power Engineering (MEEPE) under NOMA Fellowship Program was held on Friday, 29th June 2012 with the graceful presence of His Excellency the Norwegian Ambassador to Nepal, Mr. Alf Arne Ramslein as chief guest. Eleven graduates, 5 from Zambia and 6 from Nepal were conferred the graduation provisional certificates. There were four females among the eleven. Pramila Chaudhary, Manisha Malla, Nabina Pradhan, Daisydaria Muleya Michelo, Mathew M’Kandawire, Collins Mumba, Ezekiel Muyembe, Mabvuto Mwanza, Mandip Pokharel, Grishma Ojha and Mandip Luitel were the graduates who spent their first semester at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway and the rest three at Kathmandu University. On this occasion, the Registrar of KU, Prof. Dr. Bhadraman Tuladhar welcomed the guests and the Program Coordinator Mr. Brijesh Adhikary highlighted the chronological details, achievements and future strategy for MEEPE. Professor Dr. Bhola Thapa, the Dean of School of Engineering congratulated the graduates and mentioned the success of KU in accomplishing the program with quality right on time. His Excellency Mr. Ramslien congratulated KU and all the graduates for the success completion of the program and wished for a better personal and academic life. He also reiterated the commitment of Norwegian Government for the support to the Nepali people even in all odd hours. Representing the graduates, Mr. Mathew M’Kandawire expressed his gratitude for the efficient management, quality education, and great social life at Kathmandu University. He also thanked NTNU and Norwegian government for their support and appealed for further support to Kathmandu University. Finally, the Honorable Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Suresh Raj Sharma concluded the ceremony with congratulations and highlights on the success of Kathmandu University, its goals and the role of the alumni in spreading the fame of the University with their contribution to the society they are working in.
Heartiest congratulations to all the graduates!