Mr. Bishnu Bahadur Khatri

Name: Mr. Bishnu Bahadur Khatri

Title: Associate Professor

Permanent Address : Hastichaur -2, Gulmi District, Nepal

Mailing Address: G. P. O. Box: 5021, Kathmandu, Nepal


Phone: + 977-1-4336725 (Res.), + 977-9841288432 (Cell), + 977-1-4331383 (Office)

Academic Degree: Master’s Degree in Rural Development and Population Studies from Tribhuvan University (TU)

Teaching Experiences

Associate Professor: Central Department of Rural Development, TU, Kathmandu (June 28, 2019 to till date)

Assistant Professor: Central Department of Rural Development, TU, Kathmandu (Sept.18, 2015 to June 27, 2019)

Assistant Professor: Central Department of Population Studies, TU, Kathmandu (Nov, 2011 to Sept. 2015)

Teaching Assistant: Central Department of Education, TU, Kathmandu, Nepal(January 2006 to Nov. 2011).

Professional Experiences in Research

Team Member: Nepal Earthquake 2015: Socio-demographic Impact Study, (2015 to 2016 UNFPA and IOM.

Team Associate: Training Workshop on Survey Data Analysis 01-07 September, 2015,UNFPA/CDPS.

Team Associate: Resource Flow Survey 2014, from Oct 01 to Dec 01, 2015CDPS/UNFPA/NIDI.

Researcher: UNFPA CP7 Outcome 3 Study: 3rd Round,  2015, conducted by CDPS/UNFPA

Team Associate: Training Workshop on Survey Data Analysis 2014, CDPS/MoHP/GoN and UNFPA.

Central Supervisor: National Ageing Survey 2014, GoN and Centre for Social Science Studies.

Short Term Consultant: Baseline Survey of the Impact Evaluation of the Nepal Bridge Improvement and Maintenance Project, October 10 – December 31, 2014, The World Bank (WB).

Academic Research

Principal Investigator: Root Causes and Consequences of Domestic Violence Against Women at Household Level in Tadi Rural Municipality of Nuwakot District, 2018, Rector Office, TU.

Principal Investigator: The Interface between Population Dynamics and Climate Change and Its Impact on People’s Livelihood of Chitwan District, 2014, UGC, Nepal.

Team Member: The Need and Relevance of Local Curriculum in Restructuring School Education in Nepal, 2013, UGC, Nepal.

Principal Researcher: Patterns and Utilization of Rural – out Migrant Remittance Flow at Household Level: A Case Study of Khanigaun Village of Gulmi District, Western Nepal, 2009, RMRRU/DRC, UK.

Principal Investigator: Causes & Consequences of Rural-Urban Migration Especially after the Upsurge of ‘Maoist People’s Movement’ 1996. (2007, UGC Nepal).

Area of Interest: Socio-demographic Issues, Migration, Rural Environment and Social Policy.