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isms | 01 June, 2016 07:53

Programs Organized by Dept. of Pharmacy

editorial | 01 June, 2016 06:11

27 May 2016, Department of Pharmacy, School of Science, organized one-day workshop on "Infection Prevention and Control in Hospitals". The workshop was supported by the University Grants Commission. The trainers were Dr. Reetu Baral, Dr. Safiur Rahaman Ansari and Mr. Sitaram Bhattarai, members of Healthy Life Foundation. Dr. Rajani Shakya, Acting Head of Department,  welcomed all the trainers and the participants.

Prof. Dr. Mohan Bikram Gewali, Dean of School of Science, inaugurated the program. The participants were mainly nursing personnel from Scheer Memorial Hospital and Dhulikhel Hospital.

 

On the same day, Forum for Pharmacy (FoP), Students’ club of the Department started a training program on Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), in collaboration with White Mountain Training Institute. This is a four-day program and remaining training will be conducted in June 3-5.

Forty BPharm students participated in the training conducted by Mr. Behrouz Moghaddasi, an Iranian physician and search and rescue instructor, first aid instructor and expert naturalist. 

The program started with a welcome speech by Dr. Rajani Shakya, Acting Head of the Department. Prof. Dr. Mohan Bikram Gyawali, Dean, School of Science, spoke on the importance of the program and welcomed Mr. Behrouh Moghaddasi and the training assistant Mr. Dipesh Shrestha from White Mountain Training Insitute. Mr. Badri K.C, Lecturer, Department of Pharmacy, coordinated this event.

Disaster preparedness, disaster dorms, earthquake awareness and shake out were the major areas covered on the first day. The training topics that will be covered in June 3-5, 2016 are Disaster medical operations, light search and rescue, team organization, disaster psychology, terrorism and CERT.

Interaction with Padma Jyoti, Chairman, Jyoti Group of Companies

editorial | 01 June, 2016 06:05

Entrepreneurship- Three FsFun, Failures and Fruits of Labor

June 5th, 2016 at CV Raman, 12.00to 2,00PM

Interaction with Padma  Jyoti, Chairman, Jyoti Group of Companies, B Tech, I.I.T. Kanpur, Master of Science (S M), Management from Sloan School of Management, M.I.T. USA.

Profile: Management of Industry & Business in Nepal, Chairman, Butwal Power Company Ltd. Vice President, World Fellowship of Buddhists,  Bangkok, Thailand; Former Member of the first Constituent Assembly and Legislature Parliament of Nepal (2009-2013), nominated by the Council of Ministers; Past President, SAARC Chamber of Commerce,  Industry (SCCI);  Past President, Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FNCCI)

Moderator: Arun Sharma, Education in Engineering (India, USA), Law (Nepal) and Management(USA), Over 25 years experience in technology development and transfer with global giants (TI, Motorola, Digital, USA) and technical consultant in Thailand; a fiction writer: four books published and two in works.

Five-Day Training on Hydrological Approach

editorial | 01 June, 2016 06:01

Kathmandu University (School of Science and School of Engineering) in collaboration with OXFAM GB in Nepal has accomplished a training on "Hydrogeological Approach on Spring Source Enhancement". Fifteen participants from OXFAM and 4 students from Kathmandu University took part in the five-day course from 23 May to 27 May, 2016 in Mini hall of CV Raman Auditorium.

The opening ceremony of the training was conducted on 23rd May by Prof. Mohan Bikram Gewali, Dean, School of Science and Prof. Ramesh Kumar Maskey, Associate Dean School of Engineering along with associate professor Kumud Raj Kafle, Coordinator of the training. The training certificates were distributed by the Dean, School of Science, on the final day of the training on 27th of May.

 
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