Kathmandu University (KU) was established to complement the role of the Government of Nepal in higher education after the major political change in the country in 1990. By then, the education programs in Nepal were more teacher student focused on classrooms and textbook oriented. Very limited practical, laboratory, or project-based self-learning flexibility were available. Before KU was established, less than 10 percent of students were enrolled in the technical education sector including Engineering, Agriculture, Forestry, and Medicine. The challenge of KU, as the complementary institute was to get established as a new Nepalese university, providing an opportunity to study courses of global attraction, especially in technical areas, and offer unique pedagogical techniques to make teaching-learning more effective and interesting for students. see more…
The Vision of Green Hydrogen Lab (GHLab) is “Nepalese industries specialized to produce, store, transport, and use green hydrogen at a commercial level”. The logo of the Green Hydrogen Lab is a reflection of the vision it carries. see more..