This new turn in childhood and social research has shifted the paradigm challenging the notion children and young people are merely objects of research. The central argument is that children have now become researchers of their own subjects/issues.
By Purna Prabhat Thapa Sep 21, 2020
Dev Shumsher followed Bir as PM for a brief period of 114 days. A notable action was the relocating the Thapathali Durbar School to the present site on the western side of the Ranipokhari but now allowing also the sons of commoners to be educated there.
By Hemang Dixit Sep 19, 2020
According to a report by the World Economic Forum in 2020, educational attainment gaps has narrowed down across the world with 35 countries achieving 100 percent parity and 120 countries reducing their educational gap by at least 95 percent.
By Novela Acharya Sep 16, 2020
They are superior to diesel pumps as they only require sunlight for fuel, have limited maintenance costs, and are lighter and easier to maneuver in Nepal’s rough terrains.
By Labisha Uprety and Dr. Vishnu Prasad Pandey Sep 10, 2020
Most of the water security studies in Nepal have been context-specific. Some studies have focused on a farmer-managed irrigation system, some have focused on hydropower potentiality and some based on agricultural insecurity
By Pratik Poudel Sep 08, 2020
This is where Covid science as currently practiced completely fails me and all who may come into contact with me. First, lockdown, i.e. converting my home into a hospital ICU and me and family members as its patients work only for the upper and upper-middle class and only for the isolation period, which itself is difficult to maintain.
By Dipak Gyawali Sep 02, 2020
Mother and child is the basic unit of human society, rest all is socially constructed. Naturally, world of literature and art is replete with the energy and possibilities that such a primal source material provides.
By Dhiraj Singh Aug 31, 2020
The tragedy happened despite the fact that those who lost their lives were aware of the risks. Several months ago, they had noticed cracks along the hill slopes and reported to the government agencies in the district as well as their headquarters in Kathmandu
By Ngamindra Dahal, PhD and Hemant Ojha, PhD Aug 25, 2020
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World Bank Group, has released a report on 'Cumulative Impact Assessment and Management: Hydropower Development in the Trishuli River Basin (TRB), Nepal' in July 2020. It may be the first CIA study report in Nepal.
By Batu Uprety Aug 21, 2020
It has already been mentioned that the expansion of Nepal’s territory to the southwest was the first reason for the rivalry of the English towards Nepal. The second reason was that Nepal obstructed the trade route to Tibet and China.
By Prem Singh Basnyat, PhD Aug 19, 2020
Fall Armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) is now also damaging maize crops in the mid-hills of Nepal. Recently, the country recorded invasion of the desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria) damaging crops in over 1,000 hectares of cropland.
By PK Jha, Lalit Prasad Sah and R Muniappan Aug 18, 2020