The 10th Britain-Nepal Academic Council (BNAC) Nepal Study Day concluded at the Queensland College, Reading, on April 20, 2012.
The event was organised by the Centre for Nepal Studies UK (CNSUK) with the theme “Bringing Academia and Nepali Community Together”.
The two-day Nepal Study Day featured 30 presentations on Nepal followed by discussions on the thesis and research papers. Five wall posters were also presented.
A total of sixty eight participates took part in the event including researchers, post-graduate and Ph D students and professors from renowned Universities in the UK.
The objective of the BNAC is to promote academic and scholarly links between Britain and Nepal through collaborative research, exchange programmes and organising annual lectures and seminars on areas of mutual interest to both British and Nepali academics and researchers, organisers said.
Convener of the Nepal Study Day, Dr Krishna Adhikari, thanked the participants, sponsors and the Queensland College, Reading for their enthusiastic participation and support in making the programme a success. nepalnews.com