invites applications for
Weekly Reading Seminar Series
The Seminar Series is an interdisciplinary platform for university and college faculty and other interested individuals to engage in critical scholarly debate in a particular thematic area. A total of eight weekly sessions will be held for each theme. These seminars are primarily meant for university and college teachers but other individuals with at least a master's degree may also apply.
The themes offered are:
Course Fee: Rs. 2,500 for each theme
Last Date of Application: Sunday, 30 March 2014
For details, click here.
Nepā School of Social Sciences and Humanities is an equal-opportunity institution.
Academic Writing Course: English for Academic Purposes
Starting: 17 February 2014
Days: Mondays and Fridays
Time: 7:30 to 9:00 am
The academic writing course is an induction to the necessary competencies of reading, text analysis, academic vocabulary, writing and critical thinking. The main emphasis is on reading and writing skills that are necessary for writing an academic paper or a research proposal in the academic English style. The duration of the course will be 16 weeks.
The academic writing course is a stand-alone course but it will be compulsory for those who wish to apply for the course on Social Science Research and Proposal Writing which is planned to be offered in July 2014.
For the course syllabus, Click here
Graduate Diploma in Social Sciences 2014
Applications for the Graduate Diploma in Social Sciences are now closed. We hearty welcome the new students.
Classes for the first semester are underway.
For information on Graduate Diploma Programme click here
Imagine you are entering your room at dusk. As you push open the door, you see in the dim light a snake coiled on your bed. You freeze in horror. But when someone flashes a torch, you realise with great relief that it is only a coil of rope. Nepali society today is beset with confusion, uncertainties and fears as an old order passeth but the new one, still...Read more...
The third batch of the Graduate Diploma programme will be graduating on 14 December, 2012. By the time they graduate, they will have had spent nearly 11 months at Nepā School, learning new and better ways to read and write, think critically and independently, and question the texts they read and the lectures they hear. On the whole, the students have made ...Read more...
Nepā School’s mailing address:
GPO Box 4524, Kathmandu, Nepal.