The CDS programs fundamentally focuses on research and training. Research basically enhances the students’ capacity to present their quality of knowledge coherently in competitive research based market. With the enhanced research and training capacity, they would be able to explore the funding for Thesis Research in line with the CDS support. This will provide ample opportunity to the students to find a huge platform for higher studies and to generate the job independently.
The CDS regularly conducts training activities on;
Project Preparation and Design
Community and Institutional Development
Project Evaluation and Analysis
Monitoring, Poverty and Livelihood
Reconstruction and Development etc.
The workshop activities that the college is on progress in organizing the events on the issues and challenges on poverty reduction efforts under PAF activities through the partner organizations. The research studies on progress are on Land Issues, Assessment of Poverty and Livelihood, Baseline Evaluation Studies on Socio-economic, RWSS, Commercial Pressure on Agriculture Land etc.
EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNITY LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PARTNER NGO IN INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT OF LIVESTOCK COMMITTEES, JUNE 2009 Team Leader: Bharat Shrestha, PhD Supports: Ms. Srijana Upreti, Pradeep Mahato The Community Livestock Development Project (CLDP) was commenced from December 2005 for six years with loan from Asian Development Bank (ADB) so as toreduce incidence of poverty amongst rural poor through gender and socially inclusive approaches and to improve the levels of food security, […] Read more
Program Manager: Bharat Shrestha, PhD
Supports: Mohan Sharma, Sudarshan KC, Laxman Neupane, Sandesh Silpakar.
PAF has covered a large number of sub projects through new and practical based modalities for program implementation which involved a number of processes, types and areas. Despite of regular monitoring in different forms, an assessment on a totality was to be made so as to identify the gap between policies and practices, assess the […] Read more