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18 Aug

दुई बर्ष अघि अध्ययनका क्रममा जापान आएका स्व: रमेश तामाङ मृत्वुको खबरले हामी सबै नेपालीलाई दुखित बनाएको छ। स्व: रमेश तामाङको पार्थिव शरीर नेपाल लैजानको लागि नेपाल तामाङ समाज जापानले आर्थिक संकलन गरिरहेको हुनाले सम्पूर्ण जापानवासी नेपालीहरुलाई आफ्नो ठाँउबाट  सहयोग गरिदिनुहुन हार्दिक अनुरोध गर्दछौँ। हामीले हाम्रो बिधार्थी समाजको तर्फबाट तीस हजार एन(¥३००००/-) सहयोग गर्ने निर्णय लिएका छौँ। यदि तपाईहरु पनि सहयोग गर्न चाहानुहुन्छ भने नेपाल तामाङ समाज जापानको खाता नं  १०११०-७८७६३५११ मा रकम संकलन गर्दिनु हुन अनुरोध गर्दछौँ।

13 Aug

आदरणीय जापानमा अध्ययन गर्दै बस्नुहुने साथीहरु,

   कलेज खोज्न र काम खोज्न समस्यामा रहनु भएका सम्पूर्ण बिधार्थीहरुलाई, हामीले अबको केही समय कसेज र कम्पनीको जानकारी दिने छौ। 

हामीले हाम्रो वेबसाइट र फेसबुक पेजको मार्फ़तबाट जानकारी दिने छौँ।। कलेज र काम खोज्ने जानकारी मात्र नभई , आफैले खोज्न सक्ने बनाउने

प्रयास गर्नेछौ।




21 Jun

जुन १४ सम्म चलाइएको भिमाकुमारी बचाँउ अभियानको अन्तिम विवरण यस प्रकार छ।

जुन १४ सम्म ¥१६१६६१ जम्मा  गरि भिमाकुमारी श्रेष्ठ बहिनीको खातामा पठाइएको थियो तर हामी माँझ थप ¥२८००० सहयोग आएको हुनाले थप रकम ¥२८०००/- भिमाकुमारी श्रेष्ठको खातामा पठाइएको कुरा जानकारी गराउन चाहान्छौँ। नेसाजको मार्फत भिमाकुमारी श्रेष्ठलाई सबै रकम गरेर

¥१८९६६१/- सहयोगको स्वरुप पठाइएको कुरा जानकारी गराउन चाहान्छौँ। सम्पूर्ण सहयोगी महानुभावहरुलाई हामी नेसाज परिवारको तर्फबाट धन्यवाद दिदै  भिमाकुमारी श्रेष्ठ बहिनीको उपचार सफल होस् भन्ने कामना गर्दछौँ।

19 Jun


To all participants

NEAJ/NESAJ symposium 2016

On behalf of the Executive Secretary of Nepalese Students’ Association in Japan(NESAJ). I want to thank to all supporters and participants for giving your best and sharing your expertise and knowledge at our NEAJ/NESAJ symposium 2016 on sunday,june 18,2016.

I believe that the knowledge you have shared will help immensely to each and everyone .I on behalf of NESAJ found that each and every seniors and members were cooperative and helpful. Our Program was peaceful and successful beacause of all of yours thoughtful and informative presentation and without your support this event wouldn't have been a success.

I hope each and every participants and supporters had a excellent day and had everything you needed. Thank you again for taking time of your busy time to be with us at the NEAJ/NESAJ symposium 2016.

Executive Secretary


15 Jun

The NEAJ/NESAJ Symposium 2016 on
Technologies and Development Policies
University of Tokyo, Komaba Research Campus
2016 June 18


Venue: University of Tokyo, Komaba Research Campus
Research Building, An Block, 4th Floor, Room No.: 401/402
Please visit the below website for access map of Komaba Research Campus.

Important note: Only the Main Gate is open on weekends. So please enter from it.
Building An block gate requires an ID card to open. There is someone from the organizing committee standing in front of the building gate until 10:00am to help you. In case you come later, please contact in advance to Dr. Krishna Bhetwal (tel. 080-9032-1717) or Dr. Dhruba Panthi (tel. 090-6650-5562).

यहाँ क्लिक गरी फर्म भरेर आफ्नो नाम दर्ता गराउन सक्नुहुनेछ।

9:30 – 10:00 Registration
10:00 – 11:00 Opening Session
10:00 – 10:10
Welcome Address by Er. Dr. Ved Prasad Kafle, Coordinator, NEAJ/NESAJ Symposium 2016 Organizing Committee
10:10 – 10:20
Opening Address by Chief Guest – Mr. Gahendra Rajbhandari, Charge d’Affairs, Embassy of Nepal, Tokyo
10:20 – 10:30
Remark by Distinguished Guest – Mr. Sudan Thapa, President, Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA), Japan
10:30 – 10:45
Vote of Thanks by
- Er. Dr. Jhabindra Prasad Ghimire, President, Nepalese Engineers’ Association in Japan (NEAJ)
- Er. Rishi Ram Parajuli, Former President, Nepalese Students’ Association in Japan (NESAJ)
10:45 – 11:00
Group photo

11:00 – 12:30 Session I – Gorkha Earthquake

Chair: Er. Dr. Ramesh K. Pokharel, Professor, Kyushu University


11:00 – 11:30
Lessons of the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake: What we learned and how we should prepare for the next big one (Keynote Lecture)
Er. Dr. Netra Prakash Bhandary, Associate Professor, Ehime University
11:30 – 11:50
A study on role of historical courtyards as evacuation site during 2015 Gorkha Earthquake
Dr. Lata Shakya, JSPS Postdoc Fellow, University of Tokyo
11:50 – 12:10
Detection of non-linear site response using the main shock and its aftershocks of 2015 Gorkha Earthquake recorded at DMG and KATNP sites in the Kathmandu Valley
Mr. Mukunda Bhattarai, JSPS Doctoral Fellow, University of Tokyo
12:10 – 12:30
2015 Gorkha Earthquake: Ground motion, topographical effects on damage scenario and change in structural properties
Er. Rishi Ram Parajuli, PhD Candidate, Kyoto University

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break (group lunch in nearby restaurants)

14:00 – 15:20 Session II – Gorkha Earthquake, Building, Material
Chair: Er. Dr. Krishna K. Bhetwal, Researcher, University of Tokyo

14:00 – 14:20
The Mental health and Psychosocial Service (MHPSS) issue: A highlighted issue after a Nepal earthquake
Dr. Bijay Gyawali, Clinical Psychologist, Japan IsraAid Support Program
14:20 – 14:40
Evaluation of thermal environment of the temporary shelter of Nepal after massive earthquake in 2015
Ms. Rita Thapa, Research Student, Tokyo City University
Prof. Hom B. Rijal, Faculty of Environmental Studies, Tokyo City University
14:40 – 15:00
Development of a biaxial contact element to analyze eccentric pounding between asymmetric buildings under bidirectional excitation
Ms. Sanjeema Bajracharya, MS Student, Tokyo Institute of Technology
15:00 – 15:20
Finite element analysis of carbon-fibre/epoxy stitched laminates with varied stitched density on in-plane tensile loading
Er. Prabij Joshi, PhD Student, Tokyo Metropolitan University

15:20 – 15:50 Tea Break

15:50 – 17:10 Session III – Water, Education, Energy, Food
Chair: Er. Dr. Achyut Sapkota, Assistant Professor, National Institute of Technology, Kisarazu

15:50 – 16:10
Scenarios analysis for drinking water shortage management in Kathmandu Valley
Er. Dr. Binaya Kumar Mishra, Research Fellow, United Nations University
16:10 – 16:30
Exigency of integrating social media in Nepalese educational context
Mr. Jiwak Raj Bajracharya, PhD Candidate, International Christian University
16:30 – 16:50
A review on HEMS and thermal comfort evaluation of HEMS managed residential building in Japan
Mr. Rajan KC, PhD Student, Tokyo City University
16:50 – 17:10
Quality improvement of frozen paneer by using different freezing methods to minimize the frozen damage
Mr. Rajib Lochan Poudyal, MS Student, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

17:10 – 17:20 Concluding Remarks

For detailed abstracts of presentation and profile of presenters, session chairs, please look at the pdf below.


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