Bishnu Bahadur Khatri

E-mail: khatri.bishnu@gmail.com

G.P.O. Box: 5021, Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone: + 977-1-4336725 (Res.), 9841288432

+977-1-4331383(Office)

CURRICULUM VITAE 

Bishnu Bahadur Khatri

Assistant Professor

Central Department of Rural Development

TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY

 

 

Professional Experiences in Teaching
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Short Term Consultant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Associate

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Research Associate

Central Department of Rural Development, TU, Kirtipur (From Sept.18, 2015 to till date)                             Task and Responsibilities

·         Prepare and present lectures on Research Methodology to the Master’s Level students.

·         Supervise the field studies & dissertation, carried out by Master’s Level students.

·      Organize and conduct the trainings, seminars, workshops and interaction program on the current agendas and approaches on Rural development in the Nepalese as well as global context.

·      Supervise the dissertation, carried out by Master’s Degree Level students.

Central Department of Population Studies, TU, Kirtipur (From Nov, 2011 to Sept. 2015)

                            Task and Responsibilities

·         Prepare and present lectures on Principles of Demography and Morbidity & Mortality to the Master’s Level students.

·         Supervise the field studies & dissertation, carried out by Master’s Level students.

·      Organize and conduct the trainings, seminars, workshops and interaction program on the current agendas and approaches on population and development.

Supervise the dissertation, carried out by Master’s Degree Level students.

 

Programme Co-ordinator (From May, 2009 to May, 2012)

M. Ed. Population Education Program

University Campus, Department of Health and Population Education, T.U., Kirtipur, Nepal

From: January 2006 to 2011 Nov.

Task and Responsibilities

·      Prepare and present lectures on Research Methodology and Statistical Methods & Techniques to the Master’s Level students.

·         Supervise the field studies & dissertation, carried out by Master’s Degree Level students.

·      Organize and conduct the trainings, seminars, workshops and interaction program on the current agendas and approaches on population and development in the Nepalese as well as global context.

·      Organise and development of teaching and extracurricular activities to avail critical thinking.

 

Professional Experiences in Research

 

Nepal Earthquake 2015: Socio-demographic Impact Study, July, 2015 to till date conducted by CDPS, TU and supported by UNFPA and IOM in coordination with MOHP, GON.

            Task and Responsibilities

·         Support to Team Leader and prepare training manual, data collection tools

·         Conduct training to the field enumerators and supervise and monitor to the field enumerators

·         Review documents and prepare report

 

 

 

Training Workshop on Survey Data Analysis 01-07 September, 2015, Organized by CDPS/TU In Collaboration with  MoHP/GoN and UNFPA

Task and Responsibilities

Assist in the organization of training workshop in close coordination with Coordinators and Lead Facilitator

– Assist in the preparation of Compendium, Data base, Power point, Narrative report and compilation

– Assist in the facilitation of the technical sessions as per the programme schedule

 

Resource Flow Survey 2014, from Oct 01 to Dec 01, 2015 conducted by CDPS, TU and Supported by UNFPA/NIDI

Tasks: To collect information of the project tracks financial resource flows based on the “Costed Population Package” of population activities especially in family planning services, basic reproductive/maternal health services and basic research, data and population and development analysis in government departments.

 

UNFPA CP7 Outcome 3 Study: 3nd Round, March 08 – April 15, 2015, conducted by CDPS, TU and Supported by UNFPA in the coordination of Ministry of Health and Population, GoN.

           Task and Responsibilities

·         Evaluation of development plan, programmes and budget allocation in different time period in district development line agencies (DDC, DPHO, DEO, WCO)

·         Analyze the annual district development plan and programmes of different districts

·         Analyze the budget allocation of different programmes in districts

·         In-depth interview to planning officer and statistician on budgeting and data management system

·         Conduct FGDs with district level Youths and Youth Networks

 

Training Workshop on Survey Data Analysis 16 -22 November, 2014, Organized by CDPS/TU In Collaboration with  MoHP/GoN and UNFPA

Task and Responsibilities

Assist in the organization of training workshop in close coordination with Coordinators and Lead Facilitator

– Assist in the preparation of Compendium, Data base, Power point, Narrative report and compilation

–  Assist in the facilitation of the technical sessions as per the programme schedule

 

National Ageing Survey 2014, August – September conducted by Ministry of Health and Population, GoN and Centre for Social Science Studies, Kathmandu.

Task and Responsibilities

·         Monitor and supervise the field researchers

·          Checking their filled up survey questionnaire form and provide feedback for quality control

·          Checking data quality and survey procedure for consistency and uniformity of data

Baseline Survey of The Impact Evaluation of the Nepal Bridge Improvement And Maintenance Project, October 10 – December 31, 2014, The World Bank

Task and Responsibilities

As a Quality Control Supervisor,

– Assist WB IE task team in the implementation of the IE in the implementation of the IE.

– Work with IE specialist (baseline data) or IES (baseline)  to ensure effective data collection and cleaning.

– Visit to data collection sites to monitor and supervise both quantitative and qualitative field survey.

– Check whether the selected households for enumeration are according to randomized sampling process.

– Rigorously observe and check household enumeration in each site visited.

– Prepare and submit field supervision and monitoring report.

 

Resource Flow Survey 2013, from Sept 01 to Oct 01, 2014 conducted by CDPS, TU and Supported by UNFPA/NIDI

Tasks: To collect information of the project tracks financial resource flows based on the “Costed Population Package” of population activities especially in family planning services, basic reproductive/maternal health services and basic research, data and population and development analysis in government departments.

 

 

UNFPA CP7 Outcome 3 Study: 2nd Round, April 15-May 15, 2014, conducted by CDPS, TU and Supported by UNFPA in the coordination of Ministry of Health and Population, GoN.

Task and Responsibilities

·         Evaluation of development plan, programmes and budget allocation in different time period in district development committee, and other line agencies

·         Analyze the annual district development plan and programmes of different districts

·         Analyze the budget allocation of different programmes in districts

·         In-depth interview to planning officer and statistician on budgeting and data management system

 

Resource Flow Survey 2012, from October 01 to 21, 2013 conducted by CDPS, TU and Supported by UNFPA/NIDI

Tasks: To collect information of the project tracks financial resource flows based on the “Costed Population Package” of population activities especially in family planning services, basic reproductive/maternal health services and basic research, data and population and development analysis in government departments.

 

National Consultation with Policy Makers and Civil Society Leaders on Reproductive Health and Family Planning Beyond 2014 (ICPD +20), 17-18 May 2013 Organized by ICOMP, Malaysia and CDPS/TU, Nepal, and Supported by The David & Lucile Packard Foundation, USA.

 

Resource Flow Survey 2011, from October 01 to 20, 2012 conducted by CDPS, TU and Supported by UNFPA/NIDI

Tasks: To collect information of the project tracks financial resource flows based on the “Costed Population Package” of population activities especially in family planning services, basic reproductive/maternal health services and basic research, data and population and development analysis in government departments.

Research Associate Health and Social Care Needs Assessment of Elderly: The Context of Piloting Service Developments and Care of Elderly in Pharping, Kathmandu, Nepal, 2012 conducted by CDPS and supported by UNFPA.
Field Coordinator  SLC Study Team, Kantipath, Kathmandu                                                 From: 17 Nov. 2004 to 10 Feb. 2005

Details of task assigned

·            Assist the senior professional of SLC study in field based activities.

·            Coordinate & monitor the research assistant & junior field researchers.

·            Conduct focus group discussion with senior academician & key personnel related with educational activities.

·            Prepare field report & transcribe focus group discussions and prepare FGD report.

Consultant Trainer   Private Agencies Collaborating Together (PACT Project, Nepal)From: May 1996 to March 1998

Detailed of Task assigned

·         Assist the senior professionals of PACT in their training, workshop and seminars.

·         Carryout monitoring and evaluation of NFE program.

·         Participate in report presentations and discussion.

·         Conduct facilitator training and workshop for the NFE to CBOS, NGOs.

·         Frequent field visit for monitoring & supervision of NFE program conducted by local NGOs.

Research Grants and Research Works (as a Principal Investigator)
  Faculty Research Grant 2013, University Grants Commission (UGC), Bhaktapur–  The Interface between Population Dynamics and Climate Change and Its Impact on People’s Livelihood of Chitwan District. (Duration: one year).

Team Member: Faculty Research Grant 2009, University Grants Commission (UGC), Bhaktapur

–  The Need and Relevance of Local Curriculum in Restructuring School Education in Nepal. (Duration: one year).

Research Fellowship – 2008, Development Research Centre, Sussex University, UK

–          Patterns and Utilization of Rural-Out Migrant Remittance Flow at Household Level: A Case Study of Khanigaun Village of Gulmi District, Western Nepal. (Duration: Six Months).

Mini Research Grant – 2005, University Grants Commission (UGC), Kathmandu, Nepal

·         Causes & Consequences of Rural-Urban Migration Especially after the Upsurge of ‘Maoist People’s Movement’ 1996. (Duration: Six Months).

Regional Research Grant – 2004, Nepal Health Research Council , Nepal

-To Carry out the Research on Utilization of Safe Motherhood Practices in Rural Area of Western Nepal (Kumal Community, Gulmi). (Duration: Six Months).

Small Research Grant – 2004, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Nepal Program, Nepal

·         To carry out the Study on The Role of Community Forestry in Rural Development in Tarai Arc Landscape (Dovan, Palpa). (Duration: Four Months).

SAI “M.A. Support Scheme – 2003”  Hiedelsberg University, Kathmandu Office/GTZ, Kathmandu, Nepal 

-To carry out the Study on Utilization of Family Planning Services in Gajuri VDC, Dhading District. (Duration: Six Months).

Published Articles   ·   Khatri, B.B. (2014). Open learning and distance education: An alternative education delivery system Published by Faculty of Education, Dean Office, TU, Journal of Academia Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 6-11 February, 2014.·   Khatri, B.B. (2013). Total quality management: Prospects and challenge in Nepal Published by Faculty of Education, Dean Office, TU, Journal of Academia Vol.2, No.2, pp. 17-26 September, 2013.

·   Khatri, B.B. (2013). Inclusive education: An educational reform Published by DEPAN, Journal of Academia Vol. 1 No. 1 July, 2011, pp. 154-161.

·   Khatri, B.B. (2011). Causes and consequences of rural-urban migration after the Maoist movement in Nepal published by Central Department of Education, TU, Nepalese Journal of Educational Studies vol.1 No.1 Pp 27-30, March, 2011.

·   Khatri, B.B. (2006). Rights-based approach to development: An integrated framework published by Central Department of Health, Population and Physical Education, T.U. Kirtipur, HEPPASS Biannual Professional Journal, Volume 2, No.1 Pp. 17-26, August-September, 2006.

·         Khatri, B.B. (2005). Regional gender ddisparities in Nepal: A situational analysis published by Central Department of Health, Population and Physical Education, T.U. Kirtipur, HEPPASS Biannual Professional Journal, Volume 1, No. 1, Pp. 10-13 August-September, 2005. Nutritional Situation in Nepal and Related Precautions published by centre for awareness promotion, Nepal (NGO) in Chetana  Vishesanka, 2004, P. 79-81.

·         Gender Equality and Equity in Education of Nepal Published in Birti Monthly Bulletin, Bhadra, 2062 (in Nepali Version).

·         Multiple Demographic Risks in Nepal: The Learning Issues (Forthcoming).

·          Plights of Internally Displaced People in Nepal (Forthcoming).

Thesis Supervision ·         Study of Protein Energy Malnutrition under Five Years Children in Chuate VDC, Nuwakot, By Rumanad Ghimire, 2069·         Nutritional Status of Primary School Children of Lamjung District, By Hareshwor Mishra, 2070.

·         Workplace Health Promotion for Teachers: Understanding and Practices of Nepalese Teachers on Health Promotion, By Kalpana Khanal, 280839/063.

·         Knowledge of Infection among HIV Cases and Their Satisfaction from VCT Services in Kahtmandu Nepal, By Bal Kumari Gyawali, 280401/062.

·         Safe motherhood Practices among the Married Women and its Relation to the Family Role in Lekhanath Municipality, by Bikash Lamichhane, 280671/062.

·         Food Behavior of Gurung and Magar Childrens of Lamachaur VDC, Kaski, By Chitra Bahadur Thapa, 280686/062.

·         A Comparative Study on Child Feeding Practice on Different Ethnic Groups of Tanahun District, by Lalu Prasad Sharma, 280722/062.

Interested Areas Research and Teaching in Socio-demographic cross cutting issues and social policy.

 

 

Trainings, Workshops and Seminars (in reverse chronological order, starting with the most recent study)
Period Name of the institution Name of studies/Trainings/Workshops Results obtained
June 25-26, 2015 Health Policy Project Bolstering Political Commitment to Family Planning in Nepal: Garnering the Evidence Advocacy Plan and Message Finalization Workshop Completed Successfully
August 29-31, 2013 Ministry of Health and Population & Ministry of Local development, Nepal National workshop on Comprehensive Assessment of Civil Registration & Vital Statistics (CVRS) in Nepal Completed Successfully
March 25-28, 2013 CDPS, DFID, British Council, & DelPHE Partners National Training Workshop on Research Methodology Completed Successfully
21 November, 2012  CDPS & UNFPA  National Workshop on “ICPD Beyond 2014 Operational Review Process in Nepal” Completed Successfully
November 2- 6, 2012 CDPS, DFID, British Council, DRC, University of Sheffield, UK & Bournemouth University UK National Training workshop on Systematic Reviews on Research Completed Successfully
July 27-31,  & November 8-13, 2009 & April 8-12, 2010 Alliance for Social Dialogue, Nepal and Open Society Institute, USA Critical Thinking Methodology for In-Service Teacher Trainers  (Three series completed)
July 3 – 9, 2008 CPRT, Tribhuvan University & UGC National Training on Research Methodology Completed Successfully
9 March, 2008 – 17 March, 2008 SAMReN, Bangladesh and University of Sussex, UK Second Residential Training Workshop on Migration, Globalisation, Security and Development ,,  ,,
7 Jan., 2007 – 13 Jan., 2007 Nepal Chemical Society & Department of Chemistry, Tri-chandra Campus, Nepal National Workshop on Basic  Phyto-chemical Techniques ,,    ,,
15 Dec., 2006 – 29 Dec., 2006 Nepal Health Research Council, Nepal Training on Advanced Health Research Methodology ,,
13 Sept.,2006 – 22 Sept.,2006 Nepal Health Research Council, Nepal Intensive Training Workshop on Training of Trainers’ on Advanced Statistical Measures Used in Epidemiological Research Designs ,,
20,23,27,30 March and 3 April, 2006 Ministry of Health and Population, GON, Nepal Workshop on Population Perspective plan ,,
12 Feb.,2006- 13 Feb.,2006 Social Inclusion Research Fund Secretariat, SNV/Nepal, Kathmandu. Civil Society Forum Workshop for Research Program on Social Inclusion and Nation Building ,,
24 Oct.,2005-28 Oct.,2005 Faculty of Education, Population Unit, Tribhuvan University & UNFPA, Nepal Refresher Workshop of Teacher Educators on Health and Population Education ,,
26 June, 2005 – 27 June, 2005 Central Department of Education, Tribhuvan University, Nepal Seminar on The Role of Tourism and Mountaineering Education in Nepal ,,
14 March, 2005 -19 March 2005 Nepal Health Research Council, Nepal Training Of Trainers (TOT) on Research Management ,,

                   

Subject based Academic Involvement

Member, Rural Development Subject Committee, TU

Member, Health & Population Subject Committee, TU

Member, Tourism & Hospitality Subject Committee, TU

Member, Curriculum Development Working Committee for M. Ed. (Population Education), TU

Member, Curriculum Development Working Committee for M. A. (Development Studies), TU

              

   ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Level Board Institution Year
M.A. (Rural Development) T.U. University Campus, Kirtipur, Nepal 2003
M.A. (Population Studies) T.U. University Campus, Kirtipur, Nepal 2000
B.Sc. T.U. Tri-Chandra College, Kathmandu, Nepal 1998
B.A. T.U. Tri-Chandra College, Kathmandu, Nepal 1997
I. Sc. T.U. Butwal Multiple Campus, Butwal, Nepal 1994
S.L.C. HMG Board Himalayan M.V. Hastichaur, Gulmi, Nepal 1991

Academic Publications (Text book, Reference books & Research book)

Date of Publication & ISBN Name of the Books Publisher & Publication Place
2012, AugustISBN: 978-9937-8557-4-7 Research and Statistics in Population Education ( in Nepali Language) Kriti Prakashan, Kathmandu
2012, AugustISBN: 978-3-659-21760-9 Role of Community Forestry in Rural Development of Nepal: Community Forest User Groups of Dovan, Palpa ( in English Language) Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany(Research book) Search : https://www.lap-publishing.com/catalog/details//store/ru/book/978-3-659-21760-9/role-of-community-forestry-in-rural-development-of-nepal
2012, MayISBN: 978-9937-549-35-6 Population and Development (in Nepali Language) Kriti Prakashan, Kathmandu
2011, NovemberISBN: 978-9937-8743-0-4 Demographic Measures and Techniques (in Nepali Language) Kriti Prakashan, Kathmandu

 

 Affiliated Professional Organizations

Secretary (Central Executive Committee), Democrat Professor’s Association, Nepal (DEPAN).

Former Treasurer, Democrat Professors’ Association, Nepal, University Campus Unit, TU.

Life Member, Nepal Council of World Affairs (NCWA), Nepal.

Life Member, Population Association of Nepal (PAN), Kathmandu.

Member, Society for Democratic Thinking, Kathmandu.

Member, Rural Development Association of Nepal (RUDAN), Kathmandu.

Knowledge / Skills

  • Fluency in written and Spoken both English and Nepali.
  • Skills in Report and Proposal Writing.
  • Handle Computer Application: MS-Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SPSS, internet surfing/Email.
  • Knowledge of Program Management (Planning and Control), Strategic Thinking and Analytical Skills, Effective Coaching and Team Building Skills,
  • Demonstrated Professional Maturity and Commitment for Organizational Objectives, Reporting and Negotiating Skills, Ability to Inspire and Steer Results, Motivation to Work under Pressure, Good Interpersonal Skills, and Appreciative Inquiry.

 

Personal Information

 

Father’s Name         :              Durga Bahadur Khatri

Date of Birth            :              05 January, 1975

Sex                           :              Male

Nationality               :              Nepali

Marital Status          :              Married

Address                    :              * Permanent: Hastichaur -2, Gulmi

* Correspondence: G.P.O. Box 5021, Kathmandu

Contact No.             :              014336725, 9841288432 (Mobile)

Email                        :                         khatri.bishnu@gmail.com, kcvivek2003@yahoo.com

 

REFERENCES

 

  1. Prof. Prem Sharma, PhD (Head of the Department)

Central Department of Rural Development (CDRD)

Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone: 4331383 (Office)

  1. Prof. Yogendra Bahadur Gurung, PhD

Central Department of Population Studies (CDPS)

Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone: 9851128857 (Mobile)

 

Certification

I, the undersigned, certify to the best of my knowledge that this CV correctly describes my qualifications and my experiences.

Signature & Date: 2016/01/27