MPA 1st : Research Methods in Public Administration-I

Masters in Public Administration Subject: Research Methods in Public Administration-I Course Objective The objective of this course is to familiarize the students with the application of various elementary statistical methods required to conduct social and behavioral research in public administration and prepare research reports. Course Title: Research Methods in Public Administrative-I                  Course No.: PA 540  Nature of the Course: Analytical and Professional Core                       Duration of the Class: 60 minutes Duration of the Course: 100 Lecture hrs.                                               Full Marks: 50 Year : 1st               … Click to Read more“MPA 1st : Research Methods in Public Administration-I”

MPA 1st : Public Policy

Masters in Public Administration Subject: Public Policy Course Objective The objective of the course is to provide the students with the generic, conceptual, methodological and analytical knowledge and skills appropriate for analyzing issue-areas of public policy in the changed context of national and international environment. The course will emphasis on familiarizing the students with a number of approaches, methods and analytical techniques public policy making addressing the complex, interdependent and multidisciplinary nature of contemporary policy problems. After completing its study, the students are expected to be capable enough to analyze, plan, and manage different aspects of public policy making process. Course Title: Public Policy                                                    … Click to Read more“MPA 1st : Public Policy”

MPA 1st : Development Management

Masters in Public Administration Subject: Development Management Course Objectives The objective of this course is to give a comprehensive knowledge of theories and dimensions of Development management and make students able to analyze developmental goals, implementation mechanisms, and the issues related to development management in various sectors such as public, private and the nonprofits.   Course Title: Development Management                                    Course No.: 520 Nature of the Course: Core Course                                             Duration of the Course: 100 Lecture hrs. Duration of the Class: 60 minutes                                                Full Marks: 100 Course of : 1st  Year  … Click to Read more“MPA 1st : Development Management”

MPA 1st : Fundamentals of Public Administration I

Masters in Public Administration I Subject: Fundamentals of Public Administration Course Title: Fundamentals of Public Administration                    Course No.: PA 510  Nature of the Course: Core                                                            Duration of the Course: 100 Lecture hrs. Duration of the Class: 60 minutes                                                  Full Marks: 100 Year : 1st                                                                                         Pass Marks: 40   Course Objective The purpose of this… Click to Read more“MPA 1st : Fundamentals of Public Administration I”

School Based Teacher Training

School Based Teacher Training: My Experience in the Khumbu Region  Ekraj Koirala (Siddhartha) Background I have been working in the mountainous regions for four years in the capacity of teacher trainer for REED (Rural Education and Environment Development Centre) Nepal. It is a national level non-governmental organization, primarily working in the field of teacher training in rural areas of the country for one and a half decade. The organization has been implementing whole school modality where all teachers gather at a venue. This year, I got an opportunity to coordinate a school-based teacher training program in Kharikhola of Solukhumbu district. This model is a new intervention of our organization and a new approach in Nepali context.  In this brief essay, I discuss the steps of implementation and my observations toward… Click to Read more“School Based Teacher Training”

Throwing the Baby out of the Bath Water

Throwing the Baby out of the Bath Water: The Context of EMI in Nepal Juliet Fry  Juliet Fry is a national director of professional learning of secondary teachers’ of English language in New Zealand. She works for the Ministry of Education. Recently, she had been to Nepal in order to support a teachers’ training program in Khumbu region voluntarily. There is a practice of English Medium Instruction (EMI) for last six years. Choutari editor, Jeevan Karki, who is carrying out an intensive research on English medium instruction (EMI) in Nepal, has managed to talk with her in relation to EMI in community schools of Nepal. You have delivered English Medium training and interacted with teachers recently in Khumbu region. What’s your observation and evaluation on EMI in this region? Well,… Click to Read more“Throwing the Baby out of the Bath Water”

Beginner Courses

Beginner Courses On the off-chance that you’re new to Word, you can outsmart the learning curve by joining a few ord tutorials. Start with Saylor Academy’s Word Processing Using Microsoft Word course and you’re sure to cover all the basics you need to know from the ground up. This beginner course is specifically designed to help adult learners develop word processing skills for the workplace. Course instructor Warren Dym will teach you Word essentials such as the ribbon, the Office application’s main control interface. ALISON’s Making the Switch to Word 2010 will teach you how to use Word 2010 for the first time and doubles as a primer on Microsoft’s word processing software. Another free starter course is Learning GG’s Word 2010 : Beginner, which is aimed at  getting you familiar with… Click to Read more“Beginner Courses”

Basic Computer Skills

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Basic Computer Skills Welcome to a short, easy-to-master, web based course on basic computer skills. Our goal is to give you a solid foundation. Once you have understood these basics, you will have a clear understanding on which to build your future knowledge of and skill with computers. To become acquainted with your computer there are certain basic skills to be mastered. While these skills might seem obvious at first, the fact is that many people never take the time to learn these very important basics. By studying them now, you will both save time later and also improve your daily computer productivity. Each section of this website contains a straightforward, self-paced introduction to these topics. To access information about any topic, single click on that topic’s name below. Estimated… Click to Read more“Basic Computer Skills”

Mоunt Evеrеѕt Hіghеѕt Mоuntаіn of the Earth

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Mоunt Evеrеѕt, аlѕо knоwn іn Nераl, as SAGARMATHA аnd іn Tіbеt аѕ CHOMOLUNGMA, іѕ hіghеѕt mоuntаіn of the Earth. It іѕ lосаtеd іn thе Mаhаlаngur mоuntаіn rаngе іn Nераl. It iѕ 8,848 mеtrеѕ (29,029 ft) high from the ѕеа lеvеl. Thе іntеrnаtіоnаl bоrdеr bеtwееn Chіnа аnd Nераl runѕ асrоѕѕ Evеrеѕt’ѕ рrесіѕе ѕummіt роіnt. Itѕ mаѕѕіf іnсludеѕ nеіghbоurіng реаokayѕ Lhоtѕе, eight,516 m (27,940 feet), Nuрtѕе 7,855 m (25,771 feet) аnd Chаngtѕе 7,580 m (24,870 feet). In 1856, thе Grеаt Trіgоnоmеtrісаl Survеу оf Indіа еѕtаblіѕhеd thе fіrѕt рublіѕhеd hеіght оf Evеrеѕt, thеn knоwn аѕ Pеаok XV, аt eight,840 m (29,002 toes). Thе сurrеnt оffісіаl hеіght оf 8,848 m (29,029 ft) аѕ rесоgnіѕеd bу Chіnа аnd Nераl wаѕ еѕtаblіѕhеd bу а 1955 Indіаn ѕurvеу аnd ѕubѕеquеntlу соnfіrmеd bу а Chіnеѕе ѕurvеу іn 1975…. Click to Read more“Mоunt Evеrеѕt Hіghеѕt Mоuntаіn of the Earth”