Celebrating 20 Years (2000-2020)
17th Annual Nepal Lecture, 14 Nov. 2019
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BNAC 17th Nepal Study Days (Nepal Conference) Edinburgh
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16th Annual Nepal Lecture (01.11.2018)
Prof. Joanna Pfaff rof. Dr. Joanna Pfaff-Czarnecka, of Bielefeld University Germany delivered The ...Read More
PhD Dissertation Prize 2018
Prof. David Gellner displays the memento presented to the winner of the PhD Dissertation Prize 2018....Read More
16th Nepal Study Days (Nepal Conference) 2018
Organised at Durham University on 16-17 April 2018.Read More
15th Annual Lecture (2017)
Prof. Pitmaber Sharma delivered 2017 annual lecture on Some Reflections on Federalism and De...Read More
15th Nepal Study Days 2017
Organised at Bournemouth University, 12-13 April 2013Read More
Nepal Study Days 2016
Organized at Liverpool John Moores University; 14-15 April 2016.Read More
Britain-Nepal Bicentenary Workshop 2016
Marking the 200 years of the establishment of Britain-Nepal relations, BNAC organized a workshop on...Read More
Britain-Nepal Academic Council
The Britain-Nepal Academic Council was established on 23 May 2000 at a large meeting at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London of British academics and researchers interested in various aspects of Nepal.
The objective of the Council is to promote academic and scholarly links between Britain and Nepal through, inter alia, collaborative research, exchange programmes and organisation of annual lectures, and seminars on areas of mutual interest to both British and Nepali academics and researchers.
Prof. Surya Subedi, who was the founding chairperson of the Council, served in this capacity for ten years before handing over responsibilities to Prof. Michael Hutt in 2009. Prof. David Gellner took the position on 25 April 2014. Dr Krishna Adhikari, who is the current Chairman, to...
The BNAC would welcome donations from individuals ...Read More