The Maoist war has led to the decrease of tourism which is the key source of foreign exchange income. Nepal has good prospects of expanding tourism and hydropower for the economic development. Low economic growth and persistent deficits in financial and trade balances in recent years have left Nepal with very limited resources for development funds needed for nation building. At present the major part of increase expenditure comes from other countries as loans and contributions. Nepal has adopted mixed economic policy 1.
Nepal is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is located between Republic of China and Republic of India. The area is 147,181 square kilometers and population is approximately 30 million. The country is divided into three broad geographical belts Terai, Hill, and Mountain region. Kathmandu is the capital city of the nation’s as well the largest metropolitan city.
It is located in the Himalayas and bordered to the north by China, and to the south, east and west by India. Population wise, Nepal is the 41st largest country in the world, with over 26 million residents. The capital of Nepal is Kathmandu. Nepali is the national
The economy of Nepal has been undergoing a gradual change along with the political system, changing from a fully agrarian system to a semi-modern system. However, it shows that something is wrong as Nepal is still one of the poorest countries in the world. Economic development requires economic transformation to constantly generate new dynamic activities (Ocampo et al, 2009), which Nepal lacks. Additionally,
Issues Regarding Education in Nepal Only 7% of students in Nepal make it to 10th grade, and the ratio of boys to girls is 2 to 1. This means that 93% of the population contribute to the cycle of generations that don’t value education. Up to this day the majority of girls still don’t receive an education. This results in a vast disproportion in the general community and especially in a work environment. Another large issue is the education of the ex-Maoist army, since many of the former soldiers remain uneducated and jobless due to army enlistment.
Nepal is still agriculture dominated country where the population is primarily concentrated in rural areas. Over 60% percent of country’s population depended on agriculture for their livelihood and 6.4 million people food insecure (Synnott, P., 2012). Country is categorized into low income with per capita GDP at PPP $ 2260 (World Bank 2014). Small holders and subsistence farmers make up 78 % of all agricultural holding (Synnott, P., 2012); the average size of agricultural land area in the country is 0.7 hectares (CBS 2012). A majority of the agricultural households depend on small farm size for cultivation.
This is the reason people of Nepali origin can be found almost everywhere in India. Also, there are many people of India origin based in Nepal since ages. The royal Shah dynasty of Nepal is believed to have its roots in Rajasthan, India. Of course, history had nothing to do with my road trip. The only reason for choosing Nepal for this road trip was free entry.
The intensity and brutality of the country 's development (mostly in developing countries such as Nepal is severely threatening the existing natural fragilities. This empirical research works on collocating the role of local dimensions
Traditional Water Harvesting Systems in India: Water resource, though renewable, but is a finite resource and hence limited. Rapid population growth, urbanization and industrialization has exerted pressure on the quantity and quality of both surface and ground water. Agriculture in most parts of the country still depends on the rainfall. Failure of monsoon, thus have serious implications on the economy. Adopting sustainable, effective water conservation measures is one of the key aspects to cope up with the acute water scarcity.