Dr. BP BADAL

RESUME

Name –                                    Dr. Bharat Pd. Badal (BP BADAL)

Consultant –                            Rural Development

Specialization –                        Social Welfare Organization

Address –                                Mahalaxmi Municipality 9,  Lalitpur

Parental Address –                  Kavre 6, Kavrepalanchok Dhulikhel

Email –                                    bpb222@yahoo.com

Phone –                                   (Re) 5581554 (Mo) 9841783418

Date of Birth –                                    2033/05/30 [1976 Sep 15]

Country –                                 Nepal

Education

  1. PhD –                         Rural Development TU (2016)
  2. MA RD – Patan Campus (2010)
  3. MA Sociology & Anthropology – Patan Campus (2015)

Involvements

  1. Editor  Research Nepal & Jnabhawana Research Journal
  2. Chairperson Badal Society Nepal
  3. Coordinator Caws – Nepal (LGCDP/LGAF)
  4. Coordinator Janabhawana Campus, Research Management Cell
  5. Lecturer Janabhawana Campus
  6. Visiting Lecturer Central Department of Rural Development (TU Kritipur)

Researches

  1. Badal, B. P. ( 2012). Economic Cycle of Cooperatives – Time to control. Nepalese Journal of Development and Rural Studies (Vol.9 No. 1 Jan-June) , 21-28.
  2. Badal, B. P. (2010). NGO Management in Nepal. Lalitpur, Patandhoka: Thesis – Masters’ of Arts in Rural Development from Patan Multiple Campus TU.
  3. Badal, B. P. (2011). Non Government Organization and Tourism in Nepal. Molung Research Journal , 13-18.
  4. Badal, B. p. (2015). Status of Education of Dalit Women. Lalitpur, patandhoka: Master’s Thesis of Sociology, patan Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University.
  5. Badal, B. P. (2013). Rural Development Model of Nepalese Federalism. (B. Pokharel, Ed.) . Vol.10 No. 2 (Jul-Dec), Nepalese Journal of development and Rural Studies, x (2), 1-18.
  6. Badal, B. P. (2015). Debate on Exogenous and Endogenous Rural Development. Nepalese Journal of Development and Rural Studies, 15-22.
  7. Badal, B. P. (2016). NGOs in Rural Development: A critical Analysis. (B. P. Badal, Ed.) Janabhawana Research Journal, I (01), 8-22.
  8. Badal, B. P. (2016). Tourism Master Plan (2016 – 2021), Mahalaxmi Municipality, Lalitpur
  9. Badal, B. P. (2016). Dimensions of Social Welfare Organizations in Rural Development of Central Nepal. Kathmandu, Kritipur: PhD’s Thesis of Rural development, Dean’s Office, Tribhuvan University

Experiences

  1. School Coordinator: Divyajyoti Eng. Sec.School Lamatar (1998 to 2001)
  2. Program Coordinator: CEHD Nepal Lamatar   (2001 to 2004)
  3. School Principal/president:  Kids’ Kind Education Foundation (2004 to2008)
  4. Director:                         Prakash Weekly (2009 to 2010)
  5. Representative:  Child Right Fund Netherlands (2010 to 20 12)
  6. Financial supervisor                       Kids Shangrila Home – Baudha (2010 to 2014)
  7.   Lecturer (BA Coordinator)             Shikharapur Community College (2011 to 2014)

Publications

  1. bpbadal.blogspot.com
  2. Badal, B. P. (2009). Berlin Bar. Lalitpur: Kids Kind Education Foundation.

A social Novel about a struggle of an orphan in English

  1. Badal, B. P. (2014). Briddasram, Jestha Nagarik ra Ajaka yuwa. Mahalaxmi: Niraj Gyawanli and Ramsharan Basnet.

Collection of articles about Geriatrics

  1. Badal, B. p. (2012, December 11). Briddawasthaka Tanabharuko Nirakaran. The Kavre Times , p. 3. – Article
  2. Badal, B. P. (2012, December 20). Corrupt Philanthropy. The Rising Nepal , p. 4. – Article
  3. Badal, B. P. (2012, December 20). Give a boost to Cooperatives. The Rising Nepal , p. 4. – Article
  4. Badal, B. P. (2011). Manko Bhasha. Kathmandu: Niraj Gyawali / Narayan Badal.

A social Novel in Nepali Language

  1. Badal, B. P. (2012, November 26). Samayaka khutkilaharu . Hamro Indrawati, Kavre , p. 2. – Article
  2. Badal, B. P. (2012, December 16). Tyo Budho Ashirbaad. Khabar Chautari Weekly , p. 2. – Article
  3. Editor “Janabhawana Research Journal (JRJ)
  4. Badal, B. P. (2017). Mayuree Mahal –An empirically verified sociological novel about south Asian nationality, Kentucky: Amazon.