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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. Master of Science in Community Forestry (CF)
  5. 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.

TU, IOF represented in COP27 at Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

On behalf of Tribhuvan University, Institute of Forestry, the Campus Chief of Pokhara Campus, Prof. Binod Prasad Heyojoo represented in COP27 at Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt from November 10 to 12, 2022. Prof. Heyojoo participated in a preparatory meeting for a joint side event organized by the IAEA, Bolivia, Nepal and UNEP under the IAEA technical cooperation project INT5156 “Building Capacity and Generating Evidence for Climate Change Impacts on Soil, Sediments and Water Resources in Mountainous Regions

The side event was aimed to share the insights into the climate change impacts on soil, sediments, water and cryosphere dynamics in mountainous regions, highlighting local communities’ pressing concerns of fresh water scarcity and loss of quality, and growing lowland water demand worldwide. Prof. Heyojoo, one of the panelists in the event presented on “The importance of mountains for water supply of billions of people, specifically for the Himalaya region”.

The recording of the event can be viewed in

and the details of the event is covered in

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