Call for Abstracts:
NRNA-ICC 2nd Knowledge Sharing Conference
“Sharing Knowledge, Experience, Skills, and Values to help improve Science & Technology, Entrepreneurship, Policy, and Practice in Nepal.”
Date: Saturday & Sunday, September 5th-6th, 2020
Abstracts Due August 15, 2020
Please send your abstract to: Session Chair (See detail below)
The NRNA-ICC invites scholars, professionals, institutions, industry practitioners, entrepreneurs, and problem solvers to share their new ideas, research, experience, original research results or outcomes, lessons learned, and practical development experience at the NRNA-ICC 2nd knowledge sharing conference. Presenters will also have an opportunity to network with many experts and learn skills and discuss opportunities.
We invite everyone to submit an abstract (maximum of 500 words) on subjects of broad interests which can be applied in the Americas and Nepal.
1.COVID-19 Impact in FDI, Economy, and Tourism
Chair: Lawyer Mr. Dilli Bhatta; firstname.lastname@example.org
2.Public Health, Medicine and Technology
Chair: Dr. Shyam Thapa; email@example.com
3.Innovation, Technology Transfer and Knowledge Sharing
Chair: Dr. Manoj Karkee; firstname.lastname@example.org
4.Research and Development in Agriculture, Forestry and Allied areas (science, policy and practice)
Chair: Dr. Krishna Hari Gautam; email@example.com
5.Engineering, Infrastructure Development, and Public Safety
Chair: Er. Kedar Shrestha; firstname.lastname@example.org
6.Exchange of Knowledge and Skills in Nursing Practice
Chair: Ms. Parbati Pandey; email@example.com
7.Energy, Environment, Science & Technology
Chair: Mr. Sahaj Man Shrestha; firstname.lastname@example.org
8.Education, Social Empowerment, and Development
Chair: Dr. Hari Gurung; email@example.com
Abstracts are due on August 15, 2020 at 11:59 pm (EST, Toronto Canada). Accepted abstracts will be notified by August 22, 2020.
Please send your abstract as an attachment to respective session chairs (see above), including the following contact email: (to be developed)
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References: Please follow APA or any standard writing and referencing guidelines.
Sharing knowledge and experience more effectively can help solve complex problems. In these uncertain economic times, the exchange of knowledge, skills, and expertise (practicality) could be a useful basis of collaboration to solve complex problems. However, such a partnership requires strong interactions and relationships between experts, problem solvers, and society. Diasporans and organizations like NRNA-ICC can play an essential role in strengthening such interactions and connections. By bringing expert communities closer together, they can also help bridge the knowledge and skill gaps and pave the way for future collaborations.
The NRNA-ICC’s second knowledge-sharing conference’s goal is to bring together a great diversity of people and key stakeholders from the Americas and Nepal and exchange knowledge, experience, skills, and opportunities to strengthen the science and technology, human resources, entrepreneurship, policies, and practices in both regions. It also aims to build meaningful relationships between scholars, professionals, institutions, industry practitioners, entrepreneurs, problem-solvers, and the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors in Nepal and the Americas, and pave the way for future collaborations to solve some of our most challenging problems.