Prithvi Narayan Campus, Pokhara, Nepal

A Seminar Organized for MA Students (Second Year English Group)

TU-PNC, 2 April 2016: The students of MA 2nd Year at the Department of English organized a one-day seminar on Saturday, 2 April 2016. The seminar was held in the English Resource Center, Prithvi Narayan Campus, Pokhara.

The seminar was on the course in Nepal Studies and five students presented their papers on topics related to the course. The details about the topics and presenters are given below:    


1.      Historical Significance of Jang Bahadur’s Visit to Europe (With Reference to Whelpton's Jang    Bahadur in Europe)                                                                                                                                                Presenter: Abhishek Kunwar

2.      The Concept of Print-Capitalism and the Birth of Modern Nepali Literature and Modern Nepal (With reference to Chalmers’ “Pandits and Pulp Fiction”)                                                                                Presenter: Sita Acharya

3.      The Unification of Nepal by Prithvi Narayan Shah and the Question of Ethnic Identity: The Problem of Integration and Its Solutions (With reference to Kramer's "The Janajati and the Nepali State")                                                                                                                                                    Presenter: Soman Rana

4.      The Concept of Nation-State in Nepal: From Gorkha Kings to the Panchayat System (With reference to Burghart's "The Formation of the Concept of Nation-State in Nepal")                                     Presenter: Yam Kumari Thakuri

5.      The Formation of Nepali State from the Perspective of Anderson’s Print-Capitalism and Burghart’s Ant

Published by: Dept of English
Published on 2016-04-02

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