Fifteen Nepalese Government officials (Chief Judges, Judges, District Judges, Registrar, Under Secretary and Section Officer) from different courts of Nepal left for the Republic of Korea recently to participate in “Judicial Development for High- level Official, Nepal” training program organized by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) which will last until May 30, 2013.
The prime objective of the training program is to share Korea’s experience in the field of judicial development, support for advancement of judicial system and administration in Nepal and to contribute in establishing the development plan of judicial system reflecting Korean experience and know how. The program includes a series of sessions and group discussions, field visits on Korea’s judicial system. This is one of the multiyear training programs which started from 2012 and will last until 2015. In 2012, 15 high level judicial officials already participated in program.
At an orientation program for the participants held at the KOICA Nepal Office on May 13, 2013, Representative of KOICA Ms. HaengLan Jo highlighted that this is the multi year program aiming for the improvement of the judicial system in Nepal. Therefore, feedback and suggestion from the participants is very important in order to improve the program of another year and to achieve the desired objective. She expressed her hope that their stay in Korea will be informative and the participants will be better equipped with new knowledge and will be responsible for promoting judicial development in Nepal