Mr. Anil Kumar Gupta

Designation: 
Training and Research Officer
Area of specialization: 
Accountability, Transparency, Politicians and Bureaucrats interface, Socio-culture Diversity, Representative Bureaucracy, Demography, Quantitative Research Methods, Contemporary Development and Educational Issues.

anil.gupta@nasc.org.np

Qualification

  • MPhil in Development Studies (Distinction ), Kathmandu University (2018).
  • MEd in Population Education (First Class First), Tribhuvan University (2013). 
  • MA in Population Studies (First Class First), Tribhuvan University (2011).

Training and Professional Course

  • Building Capacity to Use Research Evidence, Harvard Kennedy School and Nepal Administrative Staff College (20-23 March 2017).
  • Public Administration and Governance, Singapore Cooperation Enterprise and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore and Institute of Public Administration, Qatar (October 10-13, 2016).
  • Using Evidence for Smart Policy Design, Harvard Kennedy School and Nepal Administrative Staff College (July 19-20, 2016).
  • Certificate Course on Integrity Building, Administrative Staff College and Integrity Action (September 29-06 October, 2015).
  • Promoting Affirmative Action at Work Place, Nepal Administrative Staff College (June 16-17, 2015).
  • Training of Trainer. Nepal Administrative Staff College (April 20-19 May, 2015).
  • Training on Right to Information, Nepal Administrative Staff College and National Information Commission (March 28-30, 2015).

Work Experience

  • Training and Research Officer, Nepal Administrative Staff College (January 2015- Present).  
  • Research Manager, Nepal National Governance Survey 2017/18 (2017-18)     
  • Secondary Level Teacher, Government of Nepal (March 2014- January 2015).

Research and Publication

  • Corruption in Nepal: Level Trend and Pattern Analysis. Journal of Management Studies Vol. 28 (pp. 36-52) 2018.  Authors: Anil Kumar Gupta, Shiva Hari Adhikari and Gyan Laxmi Shrestha. file:///C:/Users/LAPTOP/Downloads/Article%203%20Corruption%20in%20Nepal.pdf 
  • Politicians and Bureaucrats Relation in Local Level Governance: A Qualitative Inquiry. Submitted to Nepal Administrative Staff College (2018). Researchers: Anil Kumar Gupta, Trilochan Paudyal and Sundar Shrestha.
  • Emerging Political Economy Analysis of Education Governance at Local Level. Submitted to The Asia Foundation (2017/18). Researchers: Punya Prasad Neupane, Trilochan Pokharel, Trilochan Paudyal, Ishwari Ghimire, Anil Kumar Gupta and Anita Paudyal.
  • Quality of Public service Delivery in Nepal: Further Analysis of Nepal National Governance Survey 2017/18. Researchers (2018): Trilochan Pokharel, Bhim Prasad Subedi, Rajendra Adhikari, Shiva Hari Adhikari and Anil Kumar Gupta.
  • Multiculturalism in Nepali Public Sector Organizations in 14th South Asian Management Forum (2017).  Authors: Shiva Hari Adhikari, Anil Kumar Gupta and Gyan Laxmi Shrestha (2017).  
  • Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Training Manual.  Submitted to Nepal Administrative Staff College. Author: Chaya Jha, Jaya Sharma, Shiva Hari Adhikari, Anil Kumar Gupta, Rameshwor Bhandari and Pratistha Koirala (2017).
  • Representative Bureaucracy in Nepali Civil Service: Exploring the Encounters of the Women (ongoing 2018/19). Researchers: Anil Kumar Gupta, Gobinda Bhandari and Sushma Manandhar. 
  • Does Workforce Diversity Influence Employee Performance? An Empirical Analysis of Nepali Civil Service (ongoing 2018/19). Researchers: Shailendra Bhatta, Anil Kumar Gupta and Devi Dutta Bhatta.
  • Accountability and Performance of Nepali Bureaucracy: A Survey of the Ministry of Education. MPhil dissertation submitted to School of Education, Kathmandu University. (2018).
  • Citizen Charter in Nepali Public Sector Organizations: What Does Evidence Say?. Submitted to Nepal Administrative Staff College. Researchers: Anil Kumar Gupta and Gyan Laxmi Shrestha (2017).
  • An Economic Analysis of the Gap between Desired and Actual Fertility: Evidence from Rautahat, Santapur (m.)-6. M.Ed. dissertation submitted to the Department of Health, Physical and Population Studies, Tribhuwan University (2015).
  • Dimension of Social, Economic, and Political Exclusion of Madheshi: A Case from Rautahat, Santapur (m.)-6. MA dissertation submitted to Central Department of Population Studies, Tribhuwan University (2012). 

Special Assignment

Research Manager-Nepal National Governance Survey 2017/18

Area of Interest

Accountability, Transparency, Politicians and Bureaucrats interface, Socio-culture Diversity, Representative Bureaucracy, Demography, Quantitative Research Methods, Contemporary Development and Educational Issues. 

Awards

  • Nepal Bidhya Bhusan “Kha”