NEPsychNet-472- Seminar: Psychology & Mass Media in Nepal-2011

Following the successful seminar last year, we are pleased to invite you to a seminar program on “Psychology & Mass Media in Nepal” this year again. The seminar is being organized by Central Association of Psychology Students (CAPS) with support of Central Department of Psychology, Tribhuvan University and Nepalese Psychology Network.

Prof. Ayan Bahadur Shrestha is our chief guest who will give a talk on his book publications. He has published numerous books related to psychology which include Prarambhik Manobigyan (1979), Manobigyan ka kehi Rochak tathayaharu (1995), Shikchya Manobigyan ka bibidh pakchya (19??), Manobigyan ka kehi kura (2004), and Siknu ra sikaunu (2010). According to Prof. Shrestha, some more books are going to be published in future which is under preparation. In addition to that, he has published his academic writings in journals such as Nepalese Psychologists, International Journal of Psychology, Education and Development, etc.

The program will also feature the talks by Prof. Shishir Subba, PhD and Mr. Abindra Raj Dangol.

Venue: Center for Nepalese and Asian Studies (CNAS) Seminar Hall, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur

(near Faculty of Education canteen).

Date: 28 December 2011 (Wednesday)

Time: 12 – 2 pm

Contact: Laxman Nath, Secretary, CAPS (9849391535)
Sagoon KC, Assistant Secretary, CAPS


Program Schedule

Speaker About Speaker Time
Welcome Note Mr. Sujen Man Maharjan, MA President, CAPS 12:00-12:15 pm
Opening Remarks Prof. Shishir Subba, PhD Prominent Psychologist 12:15-12:30 pm
Book Publications Prof. Ayan Bahadur Shrestha, PhD Senior Professor and Psychologist 12:35-1:30 pm
Social Media & Nepalese Psychology Mr. Abindra Raj Dangol, MA Psych. student 1:35 – 2: 00 pm
Closing and Refreshment After 2:00 pm



6 thoughts on “NEPsychNet-472- Seminar: Psychology & Mass Media in Nepal-2011

  1. wow this is a great chance to see psychology nearly, I would luv to come there. Are we provided certificates also for attending this program? That would be a plus point in the process of my abroad study plan.

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