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The Made in Nepal Youth SolidarityFestival was formally inaugurated on 24 September 2010, by Rt. Hon’ble Dr. Ram BaranYadav, the President of Republic of Nepal. On the same occasion,President Yadav also inaugurated the new Girls' Hostel and Staff Quarters inKathmandu University. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, the President expressedhis concern that the education sector has been affected by the country’s politicalinstability. Stating that monopoly is not acceptable in democracy, he urged allpolitical parties to stay away from the politics of weapons for a peacefulfuture. He also advised the students to remain untouched by the stench ofpolitics. He praised Kathmandu University for its contribution towards highereducation in Nepal, congratulated for its international reputation, andexpressed the hope that this would continue for a long time ahead.
Prof. Dr. Suresh Raj Sharma, theVice Chancellor of Kathmandu University, spoke about the achievements, setbacksand the satisfaction he felt during the twenty years of the university'sestablishment. Prof. Dr. Bhadraman Tuladhar, Registrar, Prof. Dr. Janga BahadurChauhan, Director of Student Welfare, Mr. Rajendra Khetan, Senate Member,industrialist Mr. Sanjeev Raj Rajbhandari, Constituent Assembly member Mr. KrishnaPrashad Sapkota were among the other dignitaries to formally attend the ceremony.Besides, Deans of different schools, faculties, staffs, and families living inthe staff quarters were also present in the programme.
The ceremony was chaired byMr. Sharad Chandra Mainali, President, Student Welfare Council president.
The festival which runs forthree days will have activities like youth conference, cycle race, photo exhibitionand competition, art exhibition and science project exhibition. There are alsofood and game stalls at the fair.
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Please click to download Report on CIMPA School 2010
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isms | 29 June, 2010 15:45
The students of Masters in Electrical Power Engineering batch 2008-10 under NOMA Fellowship Program received their Certificate o f Degree in the Graduation Ceremony organized by the School of Engineering, Kathmandu University on 29th June 2010 at the C.V. Raman Auditorium, KU. On this auspicious occasion, His Excellency Thor Gislesen, Honorable Norwegian Ambassador to Nepal, was the Chief Guest, who congratulated the graduating students and wished them bright future. Vice Chancellor of Kathmandu University, Prof. Dr. SureshRaj Sharma, awarded the degree to the students and on his congratulatory speech wished the graduating students a successful future. The program officially began with a welcome speech from the Registrar of Kathmandu University, Prof.Dr. Bhadra Man Tuladhar. The NOMA Program Coordinator Mr. BrijeshAdhikary highlighted about the past present and future of NORAD and NOMA Program, its background and success. On behalf of graduating students Mr. Patrick Mukombe Simuchimba presented his views about the MEEPE NOMA program and express his gratitude towards KU, NTNU. Finally, Prof.Dr. Bhola Thapa, Dean of School of Engineering, extended vote of thanks. Distinguished guests from different industries and organization, journalists, local people representatives, faculties and staffs of Kathmandu University were present in the program.
isms | 17 June, 2010 10:35
Uttam Budhathoki, Panna Thapaand Ellaiah Poluri published a paper entitled "ProductionOptimization and Partial Characterization of Xylanase from Brevibacillusborstelensis – MTCC 9874 Isolated from Soil Sample of Eastern Nepal and itsMedium Optimization" in Journalof Pure and Applied Microbiology, Volume 4 No. 1 Page No. 01-09.
Article is in http://www.microbiologyjournal.org/JMAbs.asp
isms | 14 June, 2010 18:18
A new articletitled, "Study of agricultural impacts through fish base variables indifferent rivers" is been published in* International Journal ofEnvironmental Science and Technology* (IJEST), *Volume 7, Number 3, Pages411-615 (Summer 2010). It is also available online at: http://www.ijest.org/
isms | 08 June, 2010 13:34
18 April, Dhulikhel
Oneweek long sports festival of KathmanduUniversity has come to an end. According to final results KU Knightsare the winner with 2 hundred and 84 points. LACM Lions secured the secondposition and was followed by KU Stars and KU Pedators with equal points.
Cricketfinal, Athletics finals, Basketball final, were held on the last day of theevent.
'SportsWeek 2010 was organized by Sports Committee formed under Student Welfare Council(SWC). 'Nothing goes perfect. I am happy with the way it has ended.' saidJangab Chauhan, Student Welfare Director of KathmanduUniversity. SWC President, Saradchandra Mainali shared similar view.He thanked volunteers and KU Sports newsletter team for the role they played inmaking the event successful. KU Souls, KCM Rangers, NCM Wizards were alsoparticipants of the event.
isms | 01 June, 2010 15:31
Vice Chancellor Prof Sharmapresented paper on China Education Exchange Symposium and
visit of Chinese Officials at KU
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isms | 20 April, 2010 11:42
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kathmandu University in collaboration with IBM India organized a 3-days training on IBM DB2 from 15th April 2010 to 17th April 2010. The training was fully supported by IBM India. Mr. Rajib Mundal from Vinsys India (the IBM training partner in India) was the resource person for the program.
There were around 55 participants including graduate students, undergraduate students, and faculty members.
During the 3-days training, the participants learned how to install DB2 on windows and Linux platforms. They also learned about Data objects support by DB2, XML, XQuery, and Securities in DB2. The trainer also provided some ideas on how to score good marks in an IBM certification exam. The participants are expected to sit in for the IBM DB2 certification test later this month.