Field Work of Urban Governance and Dev. Mgmt.

Nongovernmental Organizations in Nepal: Roles and Policy Issues 1. Historical Background Nongovernmental organization (NGOs) are proliferating in the world today, and their role in development process, especially in the developing nations, has gained wide recognition. They have become supplementary agencies often more successful than government authorities in reducing the problems of disadvantaged places and people (Ojha, 1996). The emergence of formal nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) is a relatively recent phenomenon in Nepal. However, the concept of community-based organization (CBO) has a long historical tradition. At present, the scope of the NGO community has broadened in both number and character. People-based or community-based systems are not new to Nepal. Social welfare and non-profit entities in Nepal can be traced back to the Lichhavi period. But many of the people-based organizations gradually  eroded  after  the  unification  of  Nepal and  the subsequent Shah-Rana rule. Modern volunteerism in Nepal in the form of providing temporary relief through social welfare was introduced by Tulsi Mehar. In the early 1950s, Tulsi Mehar set up the Gandhi Charkha… View All ….“Field Work of Urban Governance and Dev. Mgmt.”

Field Work of Rural Development

  A Report on POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN NEPAL               Submitted by: Name: Ishwar Kumar Bhattarai Exam Roll No. 9620113 ( Private ) T.U. Reg. No.: 6-1-999-848-2004 Central Department of Public Administration Tribhuvan University     In Partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Master degree on Public Administration (MPA)                   Submitted to: Central Department of Public Administration Tribhuvan University March, 2016 Introduction Nepal is a land locked country in South Asia bordered by China to the north and India in the south, east and west. The total land area of the country is 147, and Nepal’s population is around 25.8 million (Central Bureau of Statistics, 2006). The population growth rate of the country is approximately 2.2 in number where as its GDP is around 3 percent. Nepal is one of the least developed countries in the world and its per capita income is about 300 US dollar. The literacy rate in the country is around 54… View All ….“Field Work of Rural Development”

Curriculum with Syllabus: Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Curriculum: Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program Objective The objective of the Master’s Degree program in Public Administration (MPA) is to produce high-level human resources in order to serve public affairs management of the government, non-government, public enterprises and private sectors. The program focuses on areas of specialization such as Development Administration, Human Resource Development, Public Finance, and Law and Order Administration. After successful completion of the program, a student will be able to function as an administrator/manager in government, non-government, public enterprises and private sectors. The MPA program specifically aims to: Curricular StructureThe curriculum for MPA degree comprises of four separate and distinct course components as follows : Core Courses: Core courses integrate all functional areas and provide the students with an appreciation of the diversity and interrelationship of Public Administration, Development Administration, Public Policy Analysis, Public Financial Administration, Public Personnel Administration and Organizational Behavior. Analytical and Professional Core Courses: Analytical courses are designed to enable the students to develop the skill of identifying and analyzing the problems. It includes subjects – Research… View All ….“Curriculum with Syllabus: Master of Public Administration (MPA)”