Nepal Mathematical Society (NMS) and Departments of Mathematics, Tri-Chandra Campus celebrated international Day of Mathematics (IDM) on 14 March, 2019 in Tri-Chandra Campus. There was a large participants of senior teachers of Mathematics (Professors Shankar Raj Pant, Hom Nath Bhattarai, Yadav Prasad Koirala, Gaurishankar Shrestha, Krishna Mani Joshi, Bhairaja Ranjit, Keshav Lal Shrestha, Mukunda Bahadur Shrestha etc.) including young researcher and students (B.Sc 3rd year and 4th Year). The program was chaired by NMS President Prof. Dr. Chet Raj Bhatta. The chief guest of the program was Prof. Dr. Hom Nath Bhattarai, Former President of NMS and Vice Chancellor of NAST.
Prof. Dr. Shankar Raj Pant, Former president, NMS, President of Nepal Physical Society, Nepal Botanical Society, Asst. Dean Dr. Khageshwor Mandal, Pro. Dr. Pradeep Bahadur Neupane, Campus Chief of Tri-Chandra Campus, Assoc. Prof. Nishar Ahamad, HOD of Mathematics, put their valuable remarks.
Prof. Bhattarai emphasized the sole objective of IDM to meet its sustainable goal for 2030 and wishes of the grand success of the program.
Dr. Shree Ram Khadka CDM Delivered a talk on “Mathematics on Disaster Management” Dr. Samir Shrestha from KU delivered a talk on “Mathematics Modeling and Computer Simulation” and Mr. Pawan Bishwokarma delivered a talk on “Convergence of the ratio of perimeter of regular polygon to the length of its longest diagonal as the number of sides of polygon approaches to infinity”. The scientific talk was chaired by Prof. Bhattarai, Pro. Pant and Prof. Koirala.
The program was conducted by Dr. Dinesh Panthi and welcome speech by Mr. Mangal Sapkota and vote of thanks by Prof. Sarada Shrestha.
Department of Mathematics and NMS extend hearty thanks to the campus Chief, Tri-Chandra Campus, for the support of the program. We also extend special thank for Chief guest, Guests, former presidents, former HOD of CDM, NMS valued members, students and all for their gracious presence and make this program highly successful.
Department of Mathematics