Norwegian Program for Capacity Development in Higher Education and Research for Development (NORHED), aims to strengthen the capacity of higher educational institutions in developing countries to produce higher-quality graduates, high-quality research, and more inclusive higher education. The NORHED-II program has funded the “Research Based Education for Development of Hydropower Professionals for the Himalayan Region (Hydro-Himalaya)” project at Kathmandu University.
In Hydro-Himalaya Project we are working towards the three pillars of Sustainable Development: Quality Education, Technology Development, and Industry Development.
Strengthen the research-based education within hydropower engineering at Kathmandu University by producing a better-qualified workforce in the Himalayan region.
Transfer of academic and research competence from Kathmandu University to the Nepalese and Himalayan region universities in the field of hydropower engineering.
Bridging academia and industry for sustainable solutions and practices.
Balaram Tara Energy Block 28 “A”, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel
Phone No 9861936212