The Small Earth Nepal (SEN), in collaboration with the Consortium for Capacity Building (CCB) at the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA with support of the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN), and with technical assistance from the Central Department of Environmental Science (CDES), Tribhuvan University and the Agriculture and Forest University (AFU) is organizing a national-level program entitled the “Graduates’ Workshop on Green Economy” in Kathmandu, Nepal on 28 July 2013.
The Small Earth Nepal (SEN), in this regard, is pleased to invite you to submit the abstract of your research paper (oral/poster presentation) for the workshop, which aims to provide a platform to early career researchers to present their research findings and expose their work to the scientific community, academicians and colleagues. This workshop will also create an opportunity for graduate students and young researchers to learn, share and put forward their thoughts on the theme of green economy.
The workshop will include keynote speeches from experts, paper presentations as well as poster presentations. A panel discussion will also be organized to address the emerging issues of green economy and the scope of young researchers to address those issues.
Who can apply?
Students, early career researchers and academicians from NEPAL, especially those who have already been active in green economy sectors, are eligible to apply.
Sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, eco-tourism, forestry and biodiversity conservation, the techniques of climate adaptation etc.
How to apply?
Please find the application form on following link and submit it by 19 July 2013.
Selected presenters/participants will be communicated via email by 22 July 2013.
A travel allowance will be provided to those selected applicants.
19 July 2013
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The 38th convocation ceremony of Tribhuvan University (TU) was held at Dasharath stadium, Tripureshwor Kathmandu on Wednesday (January 09, 2013) and around 5,394 students from various stream including humanities and social sciences, education, science and technology, agriculture, forestry, included in the grace list participation.
The convocation ceremony was held for the first time out of the TU premises, considering the participation by a large number of students. The TU has removed the provision of wearing the formal national dress in its convocation ceremony this year onwards. However, the wearing of the gown and scarf provided by TU is compulsory.
Addressing the 38th Convocation Ceremony of Tribhuvan University at Dashrath Stadium in the Capital, PM Bhattarai said, “Wheel of history moves either forward or backward, role of youth is important in this process.” Prime minister is also the chancellor of Tribhuvan University.
Rector Professor of Bargain University of Bargain Sigmund Gromo, Tribhuvan University Vice Chancellor Hira Lal Maharjan, and Education Minister Dinanath Sharma, among others were present at the programme.
Persons in picture
Top (from Left to right) Akash Koirala, Santosh Sanjel, Anil Adhikari, Vivek Shrestha, Devendra Paudel and Dinesh Panday
Middle (from Left to right) Dipti Rai, Binita Shrestha, Abiskar Gyawali and Krishna Ghimire
Front (from Left to right) Radhika Bartaula, Pratibha Acharya, Ambika Pandey, Ranjita Adhikari and Pragya Adhikari
The Alltech Young Scientist Award brings together the world’s brightest scientific thinkers from colleges and universities across the globe. Undergraduate and graduate students are asked to register and submit a scientific paper on a topic involving animal feed technologies, agricultural developments or agriculture management.
A student, Dinesh Panday from Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Tribhuvan University who had just completed his graduate level in Agriculture (Soil Science) in this February 2012. Panday won as Young Agricultural Scientist (2010 Nepal first place, 2011 Nepal second place and 2012 India Subcontinent Zone second place with $250 USD) which was awarded by Alltech Young Scientist Program, USA.
The program gives students the opportunity to be rewarded for their scientific discoveries and research and to compete internationally at the highest level. The winners of the undergraduate and graduate Alltech Young Scientist will receive a scholarship of $5,000 and $10,000 respectively, as well as a trophy of recognition.
Results are available https://www.facebook.com/AlltechYoungScientist
- Educational Initiative: Alltech Graduate Programme (dineshpanday.wordpress.com)
- 2012-2013 Alltech Young Scientist Competition (dineshpanday.wordpress.com)
- Urea As a Non-protein Nitrogen Sources for Ruminants (dineshpanday.wordpress.com)