Kathmandu University News

Kathmandu University expresses solidarity with people of Japan

isms | 18 March, 2011 12:14

 Kathmandu University expresses solidarity with people of Japan


Japanese Ambassador to Nepal, H.E. Mr. Tatsuo Mizuno has hosted special dinner program at his official residence in Tahachal in the honor of Kathmandu University officials on March 17th 2011 evening. During the program, Ambassador Mr. Mizuno briefed about recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The dinner was attended by Prof. Dr. Suresh Raj Sharma, VC of KU, Prof. Dr. Bhadra Man Tuladhar, Registrar KU, Prof. Dr. Ramkatha Makaju, Director of Dhulikhel hospital and Mrs. Andrea Makaju, Dr. Bim Prasad Shrestha from School of Engineering and Dr. Sagar Raj Sharma from School of Arts at Kathamandu University.

The program was also attended by Japanese Embassy officials looking after Japanese governmental overseas developmental assistance program in Nepal.

Dr. Suresh Raj Sharma has expressed deep condolence for the bereaved family of Japan worst hit by recent earth quake and tsunami and handed over the letter expressing solidarity with people of Japan to over come casualty caused by recent natural disaster. Dr. Bhadraman Tuladhar has also expressed similar concern. Dr. Ramkantha Makaju appreciated Japanese governmental support extended to Dhulikhel Hospital and assured the Japanese ambassador to let him know how Kathmandu University family can help the people of Japan at this time.

It was agreed to establish Japan Desk at central library of Kathmandu University at Dhulikhel to disseminate accurate information of recent disaster and ongoing rescue activities in Japan. The ambassador of Japan has assured to provide information materials from the Embassy of Japan to Kathmandu University to be kept in Japan Desk.

During the meeting several areas of cooperation between Japan and Kathmandu University and Dhulikhel hospital were discussed.



Prof. Tuladhar Reappointed as the Registrar

isms | 17 March, 2011 11:25

Prof. Tuladhar Reappointed as the Registrar

Rt. Hon'ble Prime Minister and Chancellor of Kathmandu University Mr. Jhala Nath Khanal has reappointed Prof. Dr. Bhadra Man Tuladhar as the Registrar of Kathmandu University as per the Kathmandu University Act 2048. The appointment is effective from March 16, 2011 for four years.

Dr. Tuladhar is a Professor of Mathematics. He is also one of the founders of Kathmandu University, and a Life Member in its Board of Trustees.

Participation of Dr. K. Jha in World Conference 2011

isms | 14 March, 2011 11:42

Dr. Kanhaiya Jha, an associate professor of mathematics in School of Science, presented his research paper as an invited speaker entitled “Generalized common fixed point theorem in metric space by altering distances between points” in the Fifth World Conference on 21st Century Mathematics (WC) 2011 organized by Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences (ASSMS), GC University, Lahore, Pakistan from February 9-13, 2011. The ASSMS that was established in 2003 by the name of Prof. Dr. Abdus Salam (1924 – 1997), the Nobel Laureate of Theoretical Physics in 1979, has become a unique and leading research center of mathematics in Pakistan as well as in SAARC region.

Dr. Jha also got an opportunity to work with Prof. Dr. Josip Pecaric from University of Zagreb, Croatia and his research students at ASSMS. Prof. Pecaric is renowned leading mathematician of Convex Analysis having more than 800 research papers and equivalent citations in American Mathematical Society (AMS) Mathematical Review Numbers. During his visit, Dr. Jha communicated TWO research papers in the peer reviewed mathematical journals. Moreover, Dr. Jha interacted with other professors from different universities about future mathematical events and possible collaborative research activities in Nepal.

KU goes to river bank for street lighting using organic urban waste (vegetables)

isms | 05 March, 2011 22:35

Prof. Dr. Bhadraman Tuladhar, Registrar of Kathmandu University has inaugurated the demonstration  lighting of street lamps by switching on the generator on the eve of MAHASHIVRATRI ( March 2nd 1011 ) at Tankeswar Mahadev tempble of  Kalimati area at Kathmandu Metropolitan City.

Everyday, tones of organic waste are produced from Kalimati market, that can be used to produce biogas by anaerobic digestion process. The produced biogas can be used to generate electricity. Department of Mechanical Engineering at Kathmandu University has collaborated with Tankeswor Mahadev Preservation Society to launch project on installation of biogas plant for generation of electricity for street lighting at Tankeswor Mahadev area situated at the bank of Bishnumati River using vegetable waste of Kalimati Vegetable and Fruit Market. The program is being supported by Canadian Cooperation Organization.

In this project, the students have installed 10 m3 biogas plant as per guideline set by BSP Nepal with slight modification in the feeding section consisting of a chopping mechanism for vegetable waste. The produced biogas can run gas-engine to generate electricity for about 5 hours per day. This electricity can be used for street lighting at Tankeswor area, Mahadev temple, dead body burning areas (Masan ghat ),  ritual house (kiriya ghar), and bhajan ghar using CFL bulbs.

Dr. Rajendra Gyawali delivered a lecture in Belgaum, India

isms | 01 March, 2011 10:23

Dr Rajendra Gyawali delivered an invited lecture on “Pharmacognostical research, development and opportunities in Nepalese Himalayan Plants” in first international conference of society of Pharmacognosy, held in Belgaum India, 18-20 Feb, 2011.
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