Need analysis training program for Nepal Police officers

14 July 2019

A three-week research oriented need analysis training program for Nepal Police officers kicked off in Kathmandu on Sunday. Inaugurating the program organized by Women, Children, and Senior Citizens Service Directorate (WCSCSD) of Nepal Police in technical collaboration with Kathmandu University School of Education, the Director of WCSCSD, Deputy Inspector General of Police Pitambar Adhikari highlighted the context for the capacity building initiatives of the Nepal Police on research skills. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Dean of School of Education, Prof. Mahesh Nath Parajuli emphasized the role of the University in sharing contextual knowledge with various institutions like Nepal Police for the larger public good.  Addressing the ceremony Associate Dean Prof. Laxman Gnawali highlighted the content and the modality of the training program. Deputy Superintendent of Police Tshiring Kipa Lama presented a welcome note and Senior Superintendent of Police Tara Thapa shared the expectations of the participants. Twenty police officers of deferent ranks from different quarters of Nepal Police are participating in the program.