KSL’s ‘The Kathmandu Dialogue’ concludes
Bhaktapur, 3 September (2018) – Kathmandu School of Law concludes ‘The Kathmandu Dialogue’, its 10-days long International Summer School, Thursday.
The Dialogue was chaired by Prof. (Dr.) Yubaraj Sangroula and centered around the theme of “International Law and the Asia Pacific Connectivity for Shared Future through Economic and Social Interactions”. The Kathmandu Dialogue hosted delegates from six different countries including Bangladesh, China, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Uganda.
The Closing Ceremony was held in the main campus of Kathmandu School of Law at Bhaktapur and was chaired by Prof. Madhav Prasad Acharya. Hon. Dr. Krishna Prasad Oli, Member of National Planning Commission attended as the Chief Guest and respected Professor Geeta Pathak, Professor Kumar Ingnam and Prof. Hongkong Rana of Kathmandu School of Law joined the program as Guests. Professor Geeta Pathak, delivered Vote of Thanks.
The highlights of the program include formation of an alumni association, allocation of ambassadors of the Kathmandu Dialogue for different countries, experience sharing from delegates, screening of a short video of the Kathmandu Dialogue and distribution of Certificates.
The Alumni Association is composed of a President- Mr. Sachin Siwakoti from Nepal, two Vice-Presidents- Mr. Muhammad Asfandyar from Pakistan and Mr. Aakib Sadat Chowdhury from Bangladesh, a Secretary General- Mr. Aditya Pandey from India, a Treasurer- Mr. Bishnu Bikram Karki from Nepal and four executive members: Ms. Tang Biqing from China, Ms. Ojaswi K.C. from Nepal, Ms. Puja Mitra from Bangladesh and Mr. Mehtab Singh Dhaliwal from India.
For ambassadors, Ms. Puja Mitra was elected from Bangladesh, Ms. Tang Biqing from China, Mr. Anurag Sarthi from India, Mr. Bishnu Bikram Karki from Nepal, Mr. Muhammad Asfandyar from Pakistan and Mr. Raymond Muhekyi from Uganda.
In regards to the awards, ‘The Kathmandu Dialogue Fellow’ was awarded to Mr. Aditya Pandey from India; ‘The Socialization Award’ was presented to Mr. Muhammad Asfandyar from Pakistan and Ms. Shreya Sanjel from Nepal. ‘The Extemporaneous Fellow’ was awarded to Mr. Mehtab Singh Dhaliwal from India, ‘The Best Research Paper’ to Mr. Sachin Siwakoti from Nepal and Mr. Anurag Sarthi from India. ‘The Motivational Fellow’ was awarded to Ms. Ojaswi K.C. from Nepal. Ms. Tang Biqing from China and Mr. Bishnu Bikram Karki from Nepal were conferred the title of ‘The Spirit of the Kathmandu Dialogue’ whereasMr. Aakib Sadat Chowdhury from Bangladesh was presented with ‘The Best Discipline’ award.
Apart from these awards, all the delegates were provided with Participation and Appreciation Certificates.
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