IT Conclave 2021: Presidential Business School

December 23, 2021 07:15
December 23, 2021 11:15
Hotel Yak and Yeti
IT Conclave 2021: Presidential Business School

Information technology appears to be the foundation of the future economy. The IT business will continue to grow in the next years, necessitating the hiring of more competent workers. Presidential Business School is hosting IT Career Conclave 2021 to bring together all of the industry's professionals and enthusiasts in order to bridge the gap and better understand the industry's latent potential. Join the IT Career Conclave in 2021.

Session: 'IT Career Prospect in Nepal'


Rajan Koirala, Moderator of the session

  • Certified NLP Practitioner and Discovery Coach
  • Chief Business Officer of Edusanjal, Founder/Chief Mindset Officer at Mindset Cube
  • Former Marketing and Communications Head at merojob
  • President at Lions Club of Kathmandu Lotus-RC 2021-22

Drishti Kansakar, Panelist of the session

  • Assistant Production Manager at Incessant Rain Studios, Nepal
  • Four years of experience in SDL Inc., Bangkok.

Prakash Aryal, Panelist of the session

  • Director of Project Management in Cotiviti Nepal
  • Learner, trainer & mentor for Agile, Scrum, Kanban, and SAFe

Yasmine Bhattarai, Panelist of the session

  • Unit Head of Ncell Axiata Limited
  • Information Security enthusiast with 7 years experience, especially in the areas of Threat & Vulnerabilities Management, Incident Handling, Governance & Compliance, Cyber Security Awareness as well as Data Privacy.

Session: 'IT Research & Innovation Prospect in Nepal'


Praynita Karki, Moderator of the session

  • Lecturer and Computer Science Program Coordinator at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kathmandu University.
  • Associated with the Nepal Astronomical Society (NASO) since 2017
  • Research areas include E-governance, Fault Tolerance, Machine Learning

Dr. Bishesh Khanal, Panelist of the session

  • Co-founder and director at NAAMII
  • PhD from INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, France
  • Post-doctoral research at King's College London and Imperial College London UK
  • Key areas of interest include visual perception, learning in low resource language, machine learning and AI with special interest in applying them to global health problems.

Asso. Prof. Dr. Bal Krishna Bal, Panelist of the session

  • Associate Professor and Head at the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Kathmandu University.
  • PhD from Kathmandu University.
  • Research area Natural Language Processing.
  • Contribution include works in fields of Grammar checker, Machine Translation, Text-to-Speech, Optical Character Recognition, Sentiment Analysis etc.

Asso. Prof. Dr. Sanjeeb Prasad Panday, Panelist of the session

  • Associate Professor at Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, IOE, Tribhuvan University.
  • PhD from Osaka Sangyo University, Japan
  • Director of the Information and Communication Technology Center, Institute of Engineering.