APSS Latest Seminar

Seminar on internet and fake information in Nepal: challenges to democracy and freedom of the press

By | December 22, 2023

Kathmandu: Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Purna Bahadur Khadka said on Monday the incumbent government has accorded high priority to the press freedom. Speaking in a program on ‘internet and fake information in Nepal: challenges to democracy and freedom of the press’ co-organized by the Association of Political Science Studies (APSS), the Federation of… Read More »

National Seminar on Disaster Management and Polity in Nepal

By | May 17, 2023

on April 24th, 2023 (11 Baisakh 2080), The National Seminar on Disaster Risk Management Policies and Practices was hosted by the Joint Secretary of MoHA, Mr. Tulsi Prasad Dahal. Mr. Chiri Babu Maharjan, Mayor of Lalitpur Metropolitan City, chaired the seminar, while the Chief Guest was Hon. Narayan Kaji Shrestha, Home Minister cum Deputy Prime… Read More »

Separate ministry for youths sought

By | March 3, 2023

The Himalayan Times – Kathmandu, January 30: Up to 100 youths from different parts of the country today stressed on the need to have a separate ministry for youths to make plans and policies that address youths’ issues and create conducive environment to avoid brain drain. Speaking at the national workshop on ‘Sustainable peace, democracy… Read More »

APSS Career Program

By | February 23, 2023

In cooperation with various private enterprises and government institutions the APSS is gearing up itself with a host of career enhancing activities ranging from capacity building training for personal development to advocacy skills for strengthening political parties, parliaments and government decision process in the context of new political set-up with the federal constitution of Nepal.… Read More »

APSS Recent Activities

By | February 21, 2023

The APSS is politically independent (but supporting a democratic and peaceful politics), scholarly association, established in 2001, supporting and encouraging the training, research, dialogue, roundtables and national cooperation of political scientists, theorists, practitioners, policy makers, journalists, researchers and students either in formal education or those interested in political issues and other intellectuals, across Nepal and… Read More »