Lila Chemjong

Title: Visiting Lecturer of Central Department of Rural Development

Name: Lila Prasad Limbu (chemjong)

Address: Chubise Rural Municipality Ward No-8, Basantatar, Dhankuta, Nepal.

Email: Lila_chemjong@yahoo.com

Academic Degree: M.A. in Rural Development, B.A. and B.ed. in Economics and English

 JOB HISTORY

Lecturer: 2069/06/09BS. to till now.

Lower Secondary Teacher: 2055/09/21 to 2060/06/25 BS.

Secondary Level Head Teacher: 2060/09/ 22 to 2064 BS.

Secretary, Community Forest User Group,

Member, Atharsaya, Secondary School Management Committee.

Member, Basantatar VDC Dhankuta education Boad

Head Teacher, Atharsaya, Secondary school, Basantatar VDC ward No-5,

Researcher of high commitssion of janajati Listing

Member of Research committee NIMS College,  Kanibahal, Lalitpur.

Chair Man of Research committee AIMS College, Lagankhel, Lalitpur.

Voice Chair Man SDS society, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Secretary Chaubise Sewa Samaj Kathmandu, Nepal.

January 1, 2017 to till now.

PUBLICATIONS:

Role of Laha in Rural Development in Nepal, [page 25 to 32],International Journal of Scientific Research and Reviews, 3(2):244-252

April-June 2014, A Feasibility Study on Ole-Resin Based Turpentine Oil Industry in Bhimeshwor Municipality of Dolakha District. [page 244-252] ,(Available online www.ijrr.org)  .

The Role of Pine Trees in Rural Development,(Available online www.ijrr.org)

February (2016) Humanities and Social Science Journal, The Controlling System of water Leakage in Drinking ,Water and Sanitation   project of Gorkha Welfare.

May (2016). American Journal of Water Recourse, Rise the Compulsion Theory in Drinking Water Project.

June (2017). Drinking Water Sustainability Analysis in Nepal. (Lambert Publishing Academy in German.)

RESEARCH WORK

February( 2004 )A study on Socio-Economic  Impact Traditional Laha Production System at Basantar VDC in Dhankuta District, Central  Department of Rural Development, Kritipur, Kathmandu.

March( 2006).A Feasibility Study on Oleo- Resin Based Turpentine Industry at Basantatar VDC of Dhankuta District, Central Department of Rural Development, Kirtipur, Kathmandu.

July (2016).The Comparative Study of Sustainability Between British Gurkha Rural Drinking Water Supply System and Nepalese Government Drinking Water Supply System at Basantatar VDC in Dhankuta District.