Ms. Roshani Bhujel

Designation: 
Training and Research Officer
Area of specialization: 
GESI, Qualitative Research, Governance and Development
Education: 
MA in Economics

Reach her at: roshani.bhujel@nasc.org.np

Qualification

MA in Economics ( Rank Holder), Osmania University, Hyderabad, India (2014) B.A. in Development Studies (First Division with Distinction), Kathmandu University, Nepal (2011)

Training and Professional Course

Master Training of Trainers (MToT) on GESI/GRB organized by NASC on Jan 6th-10, 2019

Training of the Trainers (ToT) organized by NASC on 5th to 11th July, 2018

Training of Trainers (ToT) on Gender, Identity and Transformation, February 4-8, 2017,The Asia Foundation (TAF) & USAID

Short-Term Training Workshop on Input-Output Analysis and Social Accounting Matrix, June 12-13,2016, Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS)

2nd Training Programme for Young South Asian Scholars on Labor Economics: Theories, Methodologies and Research Issues, December 2-13, 2014, ILO, ESCAP and IDRC|CRDI

Work Experience

Training and Research Officer, Nepal Administrative Staff College

Economist, Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS), July 2015- November 2017

Research Analyst, International Network for Alternative Financial Institutions (INAFI-Nepal), July 2014-June 2015

Research Associate, Asian Study Center for Peace and Conflict Studies (ASPECT-Nepal), August 2011-July 2012

Research and Consulting

Mitigating Conflict and Improving Implementation of Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) Policies through a People-to- People Approach in Nepal, August 2017, TAF&USAID

Outcome Monitoring of Livelihood and Assets Creation School Meals and Mother and Child Health & Nutrition Programme, September 2016-March 2017), WFP Nepal

The Role of Remittances as Effective Development Finance for Sustainable Development in Nepal (Research team member),November 2015-March 2016, KOICA and IOM Development

Publications

Gender and Migration with reference to Nepal (Co-authored), September 2016, International Symposium on Asian Development

Calling: Female Labor Migrants, SAMBAD, Vol no: 37, July, 2016 Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS), Kathmandu, Nepal

 http://www.iids.org.np/Sambad_37.pdf

Coordinated Development of Manufacturing Industry with Particular Reference to building Production Network in South Asia (Assisted), July 2014, SASEPS

State of Foreign Direct Investment and Employment Opportunities in Nepal, SAMBAD, Vol no: 35, July 2014,Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS) http://www.iids.org.np/Sambad_35.pdf

Efficiency of Public Expenditure: A case of School Leaving Certificate Examination of Community Schools of Nepal, August 2012, Nepal Education Journalists’ Group http://www.ejg.org.np/page.php?id=133

Insidious Spiral, 14 February, 2014, Republica, http://myrepublica.com/portal/index.php?action=news_details&news_id=69 453 · Poor NOC, always in debt, 20 January 2012, The Kathmandu Post http://www.ekantipur.com/the-kathmandu-post/2012/01/21/free-thewords/poo...

None for the Road, 5 February, 2012, The Kathmandu Post http://www.ekantipur.com/the-kathmandupost/2012/02/05/oped/postplatform-...

Special Assignment

Lead a research team for the study funded by TAF and USAID titled Mitigating Conflict and Improving Implementation of Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) Policies through a People-to- People Approach in Nepal (February 2016- September 2017)

Area of Interest

Qualitative and Quantitative Research, M&E, Public Policy, GESI/GRB

Awards

Rank Holder (MA in Economics), 2014

Silver Jubilee Scholarship Award 2012-2014, Embassy of India, Kathmandu to pursue MA

Merit Scholarship Award 2005-2007, Sainik Awasiya Mahavidhlaya, Bhaktapur to pursue intermediate level