Nepal Engineering College (NEC), Department of Computer Science and Engineering is conducting a five-day research training program titled “The Principles and Tools to Design and Conduct Empirical Research in STEM”. The purpose of the training program is to provide participants with the skills and knowledge necessary for developing and conducting empirical research in the domains of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
The program will take place between April 23-27, 2023 (Baishakh 10-14, 2080) and will be done in a hybrid mode, with participants having the option to attend in-person or online. The program will run daily from 7:30 AM to 2:50 PM and will cover a variety of subjects connected to empirical research, such as study design, data collecting and processing, and interpretation of research results.
According to the Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, nec, Assoc. Prof. Sundar Kunwar, the training program is available online to everyone who is interested, including students, researchers, and professionals in the STEM fields. The workshop will be guided by a group of highly skilled and experienced academics from various national and international institutions, who will share their knowledge and experience with the attendees.
At the conclusion of the program, each participant will get a completion certificate. The certificate will be awarded to both in-person and online participants as proof of the skills and information obtained during the training session.
Prof. Dr. Hari Krishna Shrestha, principal, nec, commented on the program as follows: “We are pleased to organize this training program, which will equip participants with the skills and knowledge necessary for designing and conducting empirical research in STEM. We believe that this program will contribute to the growth and development of STEM research, and we are excited to welcome participants from Nepal and beyond.”
Nepal Engineering College is devoted to providing its students and participants with high-quality education and training, and has a solid reputation for its academic and research programs. With the UGC, Nepal-funded 5-Day Research Training Program, the department hopes to increase its commitment to STEM teaching and research.