Born in a country with a large number of rivers, the interest in Hydraulics and Hydrology prodded in me since I started my Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering. The fact that Nepal is one of the richest countries in water resource always used to make me prouder. Therefore I always took exceptional interests in the subjects like water supply, hydraulics, hydrology, irrigation and hydropower engineering
I considered myself lucky that I got the chance to complete my bachelors in Civil Engineering from Pulchowk Campus, Tribhuvan University which is considered as one of the topmost college of engineering in South Asia. During my undergraduate study I was particularly interested in the subjects in which the field visits were also part of the courses. The most important thing that motivated me in those visits was the fact that how the theories I had been studying in the class could be applied there in the field.
I made a large number of tours, field visits and field analysis concerned to the subjects
Water Supply, Hydaulics, Hydrology, Irrigation Engineering and Hydropower. During those visits I felt that even though, Nepal is having sufficiently large water resources, they are not evenly spread in time and space, and that is why droughts and floods normally do occur in the country. Therefore appropriate research should be established for planned development and management of the river basins here. Maintenance, modernizations and safety of structures should be ensured through proper organizational arrangements. There should be a periodical reassessment of the ground water potential on a scientific basis, taking into consideration the quality of the water available and economic viability of its extraction. Irrigation planning needs new construction materials and techniques. The flood forecasting activities should be modernized, value added and extended to other uncovered areas. I already imagine myself working as a researcher in Water