BHAIRAHAWA, April 15, 2023
Rupandehi Campus recently organized a two-day Research Seminar/Workshop on Research Methodology and Research Design, funded by UGC Nepal. The program, which took place on April 14 and 15, saw the participation of 50 participants from Rupandehi Campus and other nearby colleges. The event was chaired by RMC Head Mr. Basant Mani Pokhrel, and it was a success thanks to the facilitators who gave insightful presentations.
Prof. Dr. Gitu Giri gave a presentation on General Orientation to qualitative research, and Mr. Prabin Gyawali presented on SPSS and data analysis. Additionally, Dr. Santosh Gyawali talked about research design, and Dr. Ashok Bhandari presented on quantitative data analysis. The diverse range of topics covered by the facilitators provided participants with a comprehensive understanding of research methodology and design.
The event was graced by Chief Guest Associate Prof. Mr. Dilli Raj Bhattarai, who emphasized the importance of research in academic settings. He said, “Research is the backbone of any academic institution, and it is imperative that students gain the necessary skills and knowledge to conduct research that contributes to society’s development.”
RMC Head Mr. Basant Mani Pokhrel also expressed his appreciation for the event, stating that the program was an excellent opportunity for students to learn more about research methodology and design. “We are delighted to have hosted this workshop, and we hope that students will use the skills and knowledge they have gained to contribute to research and development in Nepal,” he said.
Participants also expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to attend the workshop. One participant, assistant professor Subodh Bhattrai from Rammani Campus, said, “This workshop was an excellent opportunity for me to learn more about research methodology and design. The presentations were informative and practical, and I gained valuable insights that I can apply to my research projects.”
The organizers extended their special thanks to the facilitators and well-wishers who supported the program directly and indirectly. The event was a great success and provided participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to conduct research that contributes to society’s development.