BHAKTAPUR: Third Nepal Winter School — an 11-day international school (workshop) on scientific research — is being held at Khwopa Engineering College (KhEC) in Liwali, Bhaktapur.
The school has come into operation under the aegis of NAMI, an organisation engaged in scientific research and study, and on the management support from KhEC.
As many as 120 national and international trainees are participating in the school. The participants range from a minimum Bachelor’s Degree to PhD holders by education. Some 30 scientists from different countries are imparting training to the participants.
The workshop that began on December 21 is to be concluded on December 31. Shreyasha Poudel from the host organisation, NAMI, shared that the organisation has been conducting such workshops once a year. This is the third time that they conducted the school, she added.
The workshop has been hosted to help those engaged in scientific research and study.
Engineer and Associate Professor of KhEC, Rabindra Foju, informed that the programme was organised to advance the developing countries on scientific research and study along with the developed countries.
As informed, research papers will be published on different topics in the school named ‘artificial intelligence’.
Researcher of NAMI, Dandapani Poudel shared that a discussion will be held in the school to properly utilise artificial intelligence.
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