Awards for the Bihari Krishna Fellowship for Ethnographic Research 2022
Awards have been made in the Bihari Krishna Fellowship for Ethnographic Research managed jointly by the Central Department of Anthropology (CDA), Tribhuvan University, and Social Science Baha. The fellowships were open to students and faculty at the CDA.
Accordingly, the Bihari Krishna Fellowship under the year-long ‘PhD Ethnographic Research’ category was awarded to:
- Santosh Kumar Bhagat for the ethnographic study entitled ‘Practice of Hydropower Development: Gaps of Plan and Policy in Project Implementation and Its Implication to Displaced People 2022’.
- Bhim Prasad Rai for the ethnographic study entitled ‘An Ethnographic Study of the Sense of Loss in the Post-Earthquake Situation among the People of Thangpal villages, Sindhupalchowk district, Nepal.
Likewise, the Bihari Krishna Fellowship under the six-month ‘PhD Dissertation-to-Book’ category was awarded to:
Suresh Dhakal to work on his dissertation, ‘Democracy in Everyday Life: Ethnography of Participation and Representation in Rural Nepal’.