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With its auspicious goal to produce competent and efficient human resource that can be instrumental in conservation and management of biodiversity, environment and natural resources and  development of rural communities, the IOF-PC, with the help of its enthusiastic teaching faculty and spirited staff, has always endeavored to ameliorate its academic environment and administer well designed educational programs that can address the current needs of the country  and the globe in forestry and allied fields. It is committed to satisfying student's quest for knowledge and pragmatic skills that will make all the difference in their professional career. The IOF-PC is currently running the following academic programs:

  1. Master of Science in Forestry
  2. Master of Science in Natural Resource Management and Rural Development (NRMRD)
  3. Master of Science in Watershed Management (WM)
  4. Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Forestry

Beside regular academic programs, it also conducts short-term national and international training and workshops in Forestry and allied subjects.

Consultation workshop on BIOFIN in Nepal

Institute of Forestry, Pokhara Campus conducted two consultation workshops on Biodiversity Finance Initiative in Nepal in collaboration with BIOFIN project/UNDP on November 24-25, 2021. The workshops aimed; to gather ideas on identifying the youth’s role and their engagement in conservation finance, to reflect on bottlenecks on delivery of existing finance mechanism,s and to find ways of engaging the academia.

Targeted participants of consultation workshop were students and faculty members. Both workshops were chaired by Campus Chief, Prof. Binod Prasad Heyojoo and moderated by Project Coordinator of BIOFIN Nepal, Dr. Bijendra Basnyat.  Altogether 32 individuals participated in the workshop organized for students and 20 individuals participated in the workshop organized for faculty members. The campus expresses gratitude to the BIOFIN project for initiating to work together with campus for enhanced teaching & learning and possible collaborative research.

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