An interaction on "Technology Transfer and Experience Sharing among Nepali Scholars" was jointly organized by the Embassy of Nepal, Non-Resident Nepali Association, (NRNA) Denmark and International Nepali Literary Society (INLS) at Kobelvaenget 65. Copenhagen on 20 January 2018. A total number of 90 persons including 47 PhD holders/ PhD scholars took part in the programme. Various presentations including Technology transfer on Waste Management Technology, Agriculture/Farming based technology, medicines and Livestock were made by Nepali scholars.
Presentation on Opportunities for enrollment in different universities in Denmark was also made. This is the first programme organized in Denmark, which mainly focused to help students seeking for academic improvements (such as higher studies and professional jobs after their study) as well as possibilities of knowledge/technology transfer to Nepal from Nordic countries.
An informal group of Scientific-Academic Panel comprising scientists, researchers and PhD scholars has been formed with the objectives of direct interaction with Nepali Scientific-Academic Panel (NepSAP). The proramme was coordinated by Dr. Sailesh Malla and Dr. Nabin Aryal on behalf of the Scientific-Academic Panel. The Embassy will organize other programmes in collaboration with Scientific-Academic Panel in accredited countries on specific areas giving priority on burning issues of Nepal.
The summary of the report of the programme will be sent to the concerned authorities of Nepal for possible implementation. In the programme, H.E. Yuba Nath Lamsal, Ambassador of Nepal to Denmark expressed happiness on the active participation of PhD scholars and assured them to extend every possible cooperation to organize such programmes in the coming days.. He stated that such programme would be significant to transfer technology/knowledge in Nepal since Nordic countries including Denmark are exemplary in many sectors.
Deputy Chief of Mission/Minister Counsellor of the Embassy Mr. Dornath Aryal delivered welcome remarks on behalf of the organizers. Dr. Sailesh Malla highlighted the importance and objectives of the programme and the role of Scientific-Academic Panel. Mr. Yam Lai Subedi, President, NRNA, Denmark and Mr. Shashi Dhakal. President of International Nepali Literary Society (INLS) spoke on the occasion as co-bosts and they expressed happiness to be involved in the programme. Furthermore, they also assured to collaborate to organize such programme in future. The programme was conducted by Dr. Nabin Aryal.