Out of them there are 14 compulsory papers from first to fourth semester. The student may opt for three optional courses in the third and one in the fourth semester. Objectives The objective of these courses is to impart up-to-date knowledge of the theories and methods of sociology to the students along with training in field-work and secondary data analysis. The second objective is to provide skilled human resource for Nepal development needs.
Introduction to the Study 1.
It has have abundance potentiality in agriculture, in spite of its tough topography, its potentiality in agro product is favored by its peculiar climatic zones and geography.
Nepal is primarily an agricultural country with about Timber has been and still is the major source of energy daily used by massive rural population in Nepal. This total dependence on fire wood as the source of energy for cooking has resulted in deterioration of the quality and quantity of forests and has posed a serious threat in maintaining ecological balance, thereby manifesting various problems like deforestation, flood, Global warming, soil erosionlandslides, climate change and severe health problems.
The pressure on forest resource for energy fulfillment is considerably increasing due to high population growth in rural areas causing scarcity of energy for cooking as well as other various purposes.
As a consequence, many people in the rural areas are burning livestock dung and other agricultural residues as an alternative of timber. This has been one of the factors in deterioration of environment and soil fertility in the country. Nevertheless, the energy pattern and its utilities in rural Nepal have created a serious health problem to rural housewives.
However, it is felt a bit earlier to capitalize on the alternative energy sources like biomass energy has still not into practice to the extent at which its prospects are realized in rural development. While international interests in these uses have been most noticeable in the technical and developing communities in the last years, serious development efforts in this field began about 50 years ago in Asia.
The first historical biogas system was introduced by Father B. R Saubolle in at St. Since then, the technology has proved its worth in Nepal to draw interest and involvement of various private and public sector institutions including the donor agencies has groomed up. Fuel wood being the principal energy source among these biomass fuels, its demand far exceeds the sustainable supply Rijal In addition, there are other socio-economic, environmental and health related adverse impacts, many of which are disproportionately suffered by the women and the poors.
On the other hand, Nepal is dependent on the imported fossil fuel; the rising price of fossil fuel in the international market is a burden on its foreign exchange and trade deficit, it on the other aspect has weakened the consumption capacity of basic goods.
Due to these manifold adverse impacts associated with traditional biomass fuels, there have been efforts from all sides to substitute these traditional energy sources with alternative energy sources, which are cleaner and greener.
It is ironic that Nepal, endowed with one of the largest hydropower potentials in the world, that so far a very low percent of its existing potential is only tapped.
In addition to this following questions will be answered. What is the impact of biogas in rural energy conservation? What is the impact of biogas in rural environment conservation?
What is its impact to rural poverty alleviation? The specific objectives of the study are: The other hypothesis that can be tested from this stipulated dissertation is that there is no significant difference between the biogas non users and bio gas users No significance difference between the Health of biogas users and non biogas users in rural area Bio gas uses and non users have similar contribution to the rural environment and energy conservation.
The rationale of the study lies in the fact obtained from the analysis of the respondent view towards the Biogas plant installation.
Methane leakage calculation in the study includes the leakage only from the slurry tank but not from the compost tank, the inlet or the pipes, valve or burner. As the study focus to the various components of the rural development it has not addressed the rural education, rural infrastructure development and rural level of awareness.
This research will enable the study to look at the problem in both descriptive and exploratory manner. It will also look into the problem by exploring the views of different set of respondents, as well as by exploring different literatures related with the study.
It is a work plan owing to the objective of the research.Dec 02, · My research work in progress will be guided by Professor of Central Department of Rural Development, Tribhuwan University Campus, Kirtipur; my research instructor will be of great valued to reach to better attheheels.com: Rajendra Pokhrel.
Founded in , the Central Department of Sociology/Anthropology (CDSA) is one of the largest teaching departments at Tribhuvan University in terms of both student enrollments and faculty. Each academic year, more than students enroll themselves .
Djadoeg Djajakusuma (–) was an Indonesian film director and promoter of traditional art forms. During the Japanese occupation from to he was a translator and actor. In the national revolution which followed, he worked for the military's educational division and several news agencies, as well as in drama.
In he joined . TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY TRI CHANDRA MULTIPLE COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY/ANTHROPOLOGY LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION This dissertation entitled CONFLICT IN WILDLIFE RESERVE BETWEEN LOCAL PEOPLE AND NATIONAL PARK has been prepared by Mr.
Uttam Raj Regmi under my supervision and guidance. Course Description. The major Rural Development courses for the three-year Bachelor's level are designed to make students familiar with the basic concepts, theories and approaches of rural development with reference to Nepal, simple knowledge of mathematics and statistics, situation analysis of rural economy of Nepal and problems, .
Tribhuvan University office of the controller of examination, Balkhu has published the results of following examination: Updated on 5 September