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15 Feb

The 7th NESAJ Knowledge Transfer Symposium 2012 on “Modern Technologies and Policies for Nation Building” 19 February 2012, The University of Tokyo, Komaba Research Campus, Tokyo


PROGRAM
10:00 – 11:00 Opening Session
10:00 – 10:10 Welcome by Dr. Ved Prasad Kafle, Chair, Symposium Organizing and Program Committee
10:10 – 10:30 Opening Address by H.E. Dr. Madan Kumar Bhattarai, Ambassador, Embassy of Nepal
10:30 – 10:35 Remarks by Mr. Om Gurung, President, Non-Resident Nepali Association – Japan
10:35 – 10:40 Remarks by Dr. Vishnu Prasad Pandey, President, Nepal Engineers’ Association – Japan Center
10:40 – 11:50 Vote of Thanks by Mr. Bimal Adhikari, President, Nepal Students’ Association in Japan (NESAJ)
10:50 – 11:00 Group Photo and Short Break
11:00 – 12:20 Keynote Session Chair: Dr. Shobhakar Dhakal, Director, Global Carbon Project, NIES
11:00 – 11:20 Keynote Lecture: Student life in Waseda University, GITS/MMLab Prof. Mitsuji Matsumoto, Waseda University
11:20 – 11:40 Invited Presentation I: Development governance: An old challenge for new Nepal

22 Feb

President of the Nepalese Students Association in Japan Mr. Bimal Adhikari,

President of the NRN Japan Chapter Mr. Om Gurung,

Executive and other members of the NESAJ,

Representatives of different organizations,

Distinguished Friends and Well-wishers of Nepal,

Ladies and Gentlemen:

I am very happy to come to the premises of the prestigious University of Tokyo and thank the host for kindly inviting me to attend this programme and speak before you.  This is a wonderful opportunity for me to interact with so many scholars who are the veritable backbone of our country and symbol and representative of our future. I am all the more happy to have the opportunity to be a participant in the 7th NESAJ Knowledge Transfer Symposium 2012 on such a very useful and quite pertinent topic "Modern Technologies and Policies for Nation Building" barely within ten weeks of my arrival as ambassador to this great country. I congratulate the NESAJ for making such fruitful endeavours in arranging symposium on such a multi-disciplinary area.

12 Apr

टोकियो, चैत ३० – नेपाली राजदुतावास टोकियोले हाल हस्तलिखित राहदानी लिएका जापानवासी नेपाली नागरिकहरुलाई मेसिन रिडएबल पासपोर्ट (एमआरपी) लिनका लागि आग्रह गरेको छ। नेपाली राजदुतावास टोकियोले एक सुचना जारी गर्दै एमआरपीका लागि फारम संकलन गरि राहदानी विभाग काठमाडौ पठाउनुपर्ने र त्यहाँबाट राहदानी बनेर आउन समय लाग्ने हुनाले अहिले भएको राहदानीको म्याद सकिनु अगावै एमआरपीका लागि आवेदन दिन अनुरोध गरेको छ ।

एमआरपीका लागि केहि प्राविधिक प्रकृया पुरा गर्नुपर्ने हुनाले आवश्यक फारम, फारमका हुनुपर्ने विवरण, साइज फोटोको साइज र गुणस्तर आदिको विस्तृत रुपमा जानाकारीका लागि राहदानी विभागको वेभसाइट www.cpo.gov.np मा अथवा नेपाली दुतावास टोकियो लिन सकिने जानाकारी दिइएको छ।

18 Mar

Respected All NESAJ Members,

Namaste!

I would like to notice you all that 5th regular meeting (final meeting)of the 13th executive committee has been completed which was held from 12th March to 15th March under the chairmanship of the president Mr. Bimal Adhikari.Its our great pleasure to convey the minuting of fifth regular meeting to all the respected members of this family. I would like to express my deep thank to all of you for making it till the end.We have discussed on the following agendas, and have summarized them as listed below.

24 Feb

Dear all respected personnel and friends !!!!

We would like to notice you all that the final report of the 7th NESAJ knowledge Transfer Symposium is uploaded. The final Report can be uploaded from the DOWNLOAD SECTION OF THE HOME PAGE NESAJ 13thexecutive would like to give our sincere gratitude to all those contributors and participants for the successful completion of the Symposium.

Thank you and have a good time!!!!

Secretary, NESAJ 13th executive committee

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