Teach​ ​For​ ​Nepal​ ​–​ ​King’s​ ​College​ ​Public​ ​Service​ ​Scholarship

TFN Fellowship enables outstanding young graduates to serve as teachers and leaders in rural and remote communities in Nepal, and to work for national level systemic change for ending education inequity in Nepal. The need for capacity development of the graduates of the Fellowship extends beyond the Fellowship. Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program at…

Intercultural exchange program with Labitrie School, Tournefeullie, France

King’s College has entered into an agreement with Labitrie College, Tournefeuillie, for the intercultural student and faculty exchange program 2019/20. This partnership will facilitate an exchange of educational and pedagogical methods and promote au pair culture in both countries. Ten students and two faculty from King’s College have visited France under this program. Under this agreement…

Gender Based Projects in Nepal – Is design and execution of Gender Responsive Budget for Socioeconomic Welfare?

– By Upasna Acharya Ms. Acharya is Assistant Professor at Center for Research and Development, King’s College.   Public Procurement in Practice Public procurement is one of the tools that helps governments achieve economic development and social transformation goals. The procurement system, in general, has significant impact on country’s economy and occupies substantial share in…

King's College blog about hydroelectricity

Status and Issues on public procurement processes- Outcomes of some infrastructure projects from Province 7, Nepal

By Bharat P. Bhatta Background Public Procurement (PP) includes all activities of acquiring goods and services ranging from the purchase of stationeries at government offices to financial and legal services and commissioning of large-scale infrastructure projects like roads, bridges, airports, buildings and so on. Made by a government department or any government-owned organizations, this always…

Four day workshop by BUCSBIN partners

As a part of Building University Capacity to Support Business Incubation in Nepal (BUCSBIN) project, two lab-masters from Oamk Labs, Oulu University of Applied Sciences – Finland, facilitated a four-day workshop for 30 participants from various educational institutions. The workshop titled “Inspiration, Iteration & Innovation – Introduction to learning in Oamk LABs” ran from April…