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Parts of Research Paper | How to write a Research Paper ?

Parts of Research Paper | How to write a Research Paper? Research paper is a scientific writing that shapes up an idea into words with solid and verifiable evidence. The main goal of a research paper is to assemble different opinions, perspectives, corroborations and facts on a subject matter from various resources like articles, books, other research papers, interviews and elucidate the details and findings in one's own words. The most popular types of research papers are argumentative papers, analytical papers, definition papers, compare and contrast papers, cause and effect papers, reports and interpretive papers.

What is Clean Feed Rule in Nepal ? Importance of Clean Feed

 The Government of Nepal has made clean feed policy mandatory since Kartik 7, 2077. Government of Nepal had actually tried to implement this policy a year before but Cable TV operators were not well prepared at that time & urged some time to the government. Then, the Government of Nepal provided a period of one year for them to be fully prepared with clean feed channels & has been mandatorily implemented from the date.  What is the Clean Feed Rule in Nepal ? Clean feed is a provision of foreign advertisement less television channels in Nepal. Non Nepalese TV channels are not allowed to show their advertisements in Nepal. So the basic principle behind this is that foreign advertisements should not be fed to Nepali people via non Nepalese TV channels. If foreign companies wish to show their ads to Nepali people, they have to make it in Nepali setup & are only able to give it to the Nepalese TV channels. Before implementation of clean feed, the foreign channels were showing th

Federal Nepal: Provinces & Local Levels of Nepal

Federal Nepal: Provinces & Local Levels of Nepal According to article 56 of constitution of Nepal, the main structure of the federal democratic republic of Nepal shall be of three levels namely the federation, the state & local levels. As per the present constitution, Nepal has 7 states/provinces & 753 local levels. The new structure divides Nepal into 77 districts & 6,743 wards. The political division of Nepal can be visualized as below: The local levels include metropolises (6), sub metropolises (11), municipalities (276) & gaupalikas (460). 7 States of Nepal Province No 1 Capital: Biratnagar Chief of State: Somnath Adhikari Pyasi Chief Minister: Sherdhan Rai Districts: 14 Local Levels: 137 Metropolises: 1 Sub Metropolises: 2 Municipalities: 46 Gaupalikas: 88 Province no 1 lies in eastern region of Nepal. Its boundary touches both of the neighbouring countries of Nepal i.e. India & China. Mount Everest, the highest peak of the world is located in this state. A

National Parks of Nepal | Wildlife Reserve and Conservation Areas

National Parks of Nepal | Wildlife Reserve and Conservation Areas How many National Parks are there in Nepal ? - 12 Which is the largest national park of Nepal?                           - Shey Phoksundo National Park  Which is the smallest national park of Nepal? - Rara National Park

Hydroelectricity in Nepal | Hydropower Projects in Nepal

Hydroelectricity in Nepal | Hydropower Projects in Nepal There are more than 6000 rivers with a total reach length of 45000 km flowing in our country. They occupy about 3.9 % of the total land of Nepal. The snowy mountains & glacier lakes are also our major water resources. This makes Nepal to be the second richest country in water resources after Brazil in the world. Nepal contains 2.27% water of the total water resource in the world. Due to such resources, we have a huge potential of hydropower production which is theoretically found to be 83000 MW. Out of this, 42000 MW of hydroelectricity is feasible economically & technically.

Tourism in Nepal | Tourist Destinations in Nepal

Tourism in Nepal | Tourist Destinations in Nepal Relatively stronger economy, new business propaganda, advancement in technologies and infrastructures, increased number of social media platforms have abridged down this huge globe into a small locus. It has been relatively easier to reach every nook and corner around the world in recent times. As a result, the tourism industry has fostered to today's extent. Tourism industry is one of the major sectors in which the economy of Nepal relies upon. From the plain lands in Terai to the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest, variation in land topography, climate, culture and traditions exist that make Nepal a perfect spot to be visited at least once in a lifetime. Due to the prolific presence of various attractions for tourists in Nepal, the tourism industry has been a helping hand in the country's economic growth.

Public Private Partnership | PPP in Nepal

Public Private Partnership (PPP, 3P or P3) is a frequently pronounced term in the field of infrastructure development & contract management. It is widely adopted model mainly for public service delivery. So, before diving into the concept of public private partnership, it is good to know about public service delivery & the various options available for it.

Development Issues | Challenges of Economic Development in Nepal

Nepal is a beautiful South Asian landlocked country lying on the laps of Himalayas, covering an area of 1,47,516 square km. It is surrounded by two giant nations; China in the north & India in rest of the sides. From huge Himalayas to hills and then Terai, more than 3 crore people have made Nepal their habitat and earn their livelihood.

Watershed & Watershed Delineation | Calculating Catchment Area

What is Watershed & Watershed Delineation ? A watershed is all the land & water which contributes runoff to a common point or outlet point. It is also called catchment or drainage area. The terms catchment & watershed are found to be used interchangeably. So, watershed area is the land area, from where all the surface runoff converges to a single point to give common discharge. Watershed delineation thus refers to creating boundary that represents the contributing area for a particular outlet point.

Sustainable Development Goals 2016 - 2030 | SDGs in Nepal

What are Sustainable Development Goals ? Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the goals set by United Nation Organization ( UNO ) in 70th session meeting held in September 2015. The SDGs contain 17 goals, 169 indicators & 232 sub indicators. The 17 SDGs were adopted by 193 member countries of UNO & came into effect on January 1, 2016. The 17 SDGs are: