Kshitish Bhattarai

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The aim of this paper is to provide a glimpse of the ICT infrastructure of Nepal, i.e., policies, network facilities, resources, current status of e-Government framework, the prospects of implementing e-Government, opportunities the people and the government will get from it and some of the threats that e-Government projects will face during implementation.
This study analyzes the changes in the relationship between population and land resources in Nepal from 1971 to 1991. During this period, the country's total population increased by 7 million people while it's national per capita holding of cultivated land dropped significantly from 0.17 to 0.13 hectares. However, it was noted that there is a greater(More)
This paper examines social and economic issues pertaining to the micro-irrigation technology based livelihoods of smallholders in villages of Nepal and India. The paper therefore aims to help in policy making by bringing in the ignored micro perspectives. Both qualitative and quantitative methods were applied to generate data on livelihoods of respondents.(More)
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