NASC Discussion

Theme: Opportunities and Challenges of National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) in Federal Context

Speaker: Mr. Sushil Gyewali

Theme: Review on "Civil Service Management and Administrative Systems in South Asia"

SpeakerDr. Narendra Raj Paudel

 

Date: September 11, 2018 ( Bhadra 26, 2075) Tuesday

Time: 15:30-17:00 hrs ( 3.30 pm to 5 pm)

Venue: Kailash Hall, Sampada Sadan

 

Theme: PUBLIC SECTOR INNOVATION: THE RISE OF POLICY INNOVATION LABS –A CASE FOR INNOVATE NEPAL

Speaker: Mr. Greg McFarlane

 

Date: 16 August 2018 (31 Shrawan 2075) Thursday

Time: 15:30-17:00 hrs ( 3.30 pm to 5 pm)

Venue: Kailash Hall, Sampada Sadan

 

Theme: Institutionalizing Local Governments: Reflections from Capacity Building Support to LGs from NASC

Speaker:Mr. Rajendra Adhikari

Date: 16 July 2018 (32 Asar 2075) Monday

Time: 4.15 pm -5.00 pm

Venue:Kailash Hall

The speaker shared the experience and learnings gained through implementation of Policy Management Capacity Building Programme for Local Governments, 8 different local governments across 7 provinces, during May-June 2018.

Mr. Adhikari is the director of Studies at NASC.

Theme:Entrepreneurship for Poverty Alleviation and Economic Development

Speaker: Gopi Khanal, Dr. Lakshman Pun and Dr. Ramji Neupane

Date: April 15, 2018 ( Baisakh 2, 2075) Sunday

Time: 10 am to 12 noon

Venue: Prithvi Hall, NASC

Theme:Gender and Social Inclusion in Nepal

Speaker: Pratap Kumar Pathak

Date: 8,March, 2018 (24 Falgun, 2074), Thursday

Time: 11.00-12:30.00 hrs

Venue: Prithvi Hall, NASC

Theme: जन आवागमन र सीमा व्यवस्थापन

Speaker: Mr Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

Date: 10 February 2018 (27 Magh 2074) Saturday

Time: 10:00-12:00 hrs

Venue: Prithvi Hall, NASC

Theme: The Role of Politics and Bureaucracy in Democratic and Prosperous Nepal.

Speaker:Gagan Thapa, Member of Parliament

Date: January 30, 2017 ( Magh 16, 2074)

Time: 10:00- 12:00

Venue: Auditorium Hall, Nepal Administrative Staff College,Jawalakhel

Theme: National Integration: Recalling the History

Speaker: Prof. Dinesh Raj Pant

Date: 11 January 2018 ( 27 Poush 2074) Thursday

Time: 13.00-16.00 hrs

Venue: Prithvi Hall, NASC

In this series, the speaker brought insights from his years' long experiences, research and engagement with promotion of Sanskrit, Nepali Language, Culture, Literature and heritage. Nepal has rich and established culture, value systems and heritage since prehistoric period. 

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