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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...

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  • March 31, 2020 Notice: Postponement of NSD 4-5 May 2020

    18 March 2020 We are sorry to announce that Nepal Study Days due to take place on 4-5 May 2020 has been postponed until further notice. This is a precautionary measure following the increase in the number of coronavirus cases in London. The situation is predicted to be increasingly worse in coming weeks. While we […]

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  • Call for applications for the ‘BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2020′ January 09, 2020 Call for applications for the ‘BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2020′

    06.01.2020 Following the success and popularity of the PhD Dissertation Prize in 2018 and 2019, the Britain-Nepal Academic Council (BNAC) is pleased to announce its ‘PhD Dissertation Prize’ for 2020. To mark the 20th year of the BNAC’s existence, we are pleased to announce two prizes this year. Applications are invited from eligible candidates by […]

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  • BNAC and Martin Chautari Initiate a New Lecture Series. December 18, 2019 BNAC and Martin Chautari Initiate a New Lecture Series.

    Britain Nepal Academic Council (BNAC) and Martin Chautari have started a collaborative initiative to organise a new lecture series themed as the Martin Chautari – BNAC Lecture Series. The idea is to promote knowledge exchange between the two organisations, by offering BNAC members and other UK-based academics and researchers a  platform for sharing their research […]

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  • BNAC organised various activities related to Nepal during its 17th Nepal Study Days in Edinburgh April 17, 2019 BNAC organised various activities related to Nepal during its 17th Nepal Study Days in Edinburgh

    Britain Nepal Academic Council’s 17th Nepal Study Days was successfully organised in Edinburgh on 15-16 April 2019. The event was jointly organised by the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) and University of Edinburgh (UoE). The first day of the event was held at the RBGE and the second at the UoE. There were altogether 32 […]

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  • Dr Samuele Poletti is awarded BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2019 February 26, 2019 Dr Samuele Poletti is awarded BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2019

    The Britain Nepal Academic Council (BNAC)’s PhD Dissertation Prize (2019) is awarded to Dr Samuele Poletti for his PhD dissertation chapter ‘The good, the dead and the Other: Chronicles of a Nepali Phantasmicide’ A panel of judges from the BNAC comprising Dr Stefanie Lotter, Prof. Padam Simkhada and Dr Sara Parker, awarded the prize to […]

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  • February 10, 2019 Condolence message

    We are sad to pass on the news of the demise of Dr Singha Bahadur Basnyat, who was the Ambassador of Nepal in London from 1997 to 2003, on 5th February 2019. We would like to express our deepest and heartfelt condolences to the grieving family. We would like to put on record that it […]

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  • Call for applications for the ‘BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2019’ October 02, 2018 Call for applications for the ‘BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2019’

    15.09.2018 Following the success and popularity of the PhD Dissertation Prize 2018, the Britain-Nepal Academic Council (BNAC) is pleased to announce its ‘PhD Dissertation Prize’ for 2019. Applications are invited from eligible candidates by 31st November 2018. Details of the call including eligibility criteria and instructions for preparing your application are as follows: Eligibility Applicants […]

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  • BNAC Appoints New Team of Officers April 19, 2018 BNAC Appoints New Team of Officers

    BNAC’s Annual General Meeting held on 17 April 2018 elected a new team of officers for four years

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  • Dr Marina Korzenevica is awarded BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2018 April 11, 2018 Dr Marina Korzenevica is awarded BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2018

      London The Britain Nepal Academic Council (BNAC)’s first PhD Dissertation Prize (2018) is awarded to Dr Marina Korzenevica’s paper ‘Young People Navigating Political Engagement through Post-war Instability and Mobility: A Case from Rural Nepal’. The paper was published in Geoforum 74 in 2016, and can be accessed through this link https://www.sciencedirect.com/s cience/article/pii/S001671851630149X. A panel […]

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  • Call for applications for the ‘BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2018’ December 25, 2017 Call for applications for the ‘BNAC PhD Dissertation Prize 2018’

    BNAC is pleased to announce that a ‘PhD Dissertation Prize’ of £250 has been set up to encourage and reward a PhD student or graduate. Students registered for a PhD in South Asia, the UK, or in other EU countries are invited to apply for the Prize

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