Human resources development and experiential learning

There are countries who follow human rights-based approach to development aims to ensure that even the poorest know their rights and are able to exercise them, Nepal is way behind. Poor people of Nepal are not aware of their rights and are not able to exercise them. They should be given platform for experiential learning for capacity building process. We citizens of Nepal from intellectual circle have to ensure that even the poorest know their rights and are able to exercise them.


NSN represents five ‘s’s : Samriddha Nepal (Prosperous Nepal), Samanupatic Nepal (Proportionate Nepal), Swadhin Nepal (Sovereign Nepal), Sushashit Nepal (well-governed Nepal) and Samunnat Samajwadi Nepal (enriched socialist Nepal).

Five " S " is holistic in approach. It is a process of reconstruction and development in various dimensions of a nation and development of individuals.


The purpose of new model of functioning of the governance system of Nepal is to move away from the traditional functioning of the political parties in the country, which is still monolithic, centralized in structure, power-centric and not inclusive enough. Heavy participation by intellectual circles are encouraged to be part of system so that this new proposed model are well implemented within country and are adopted by other developed countries where their existing models are failing.


We need to focus on economic revolution for some decades. We will basically focus on economic prosperity, inclusion, participatory democracy, good governance and protection of our independence and sovereignty. We need to implement the new constitution to achieve the goal of new economic revolution. Unless we overcome the problems of poverty and lessen foreign dependency, we cannot prevent the dangers of conflict and neither can we ward off the threat to our sovereignty.


In the present context, all existing parties with their old methodology of leadership, party functioning and structure and plans are not able to address the challenges of the 21st century—the demand of entering a new stage of development where the productivity of all citizens need to be unleashed to create a society with equal opportunities for all. Youth of this nation are excited about the new alternative model proposed and feel that this new proposed model will bring more sustainable delivery in the nation.


The society we are trying create will promote individual initiative and ensure social security.. Culturally speaking, it is going to adopt a new political culture of transparency, respecting the value of labour and unity in diversity. It will encourage all cultures, which will help in doing away with the remnants of feudal relations and values, and unleash the productive forces of society to move it towards enriched socialism.


It will provide proportionate representation in the party to the three major clusters of nationalities, the Khas-Arya, the Tibeto-Burman or indigenous nationalities and the Madhesi-Tharu.


The NSN has a mission to start a new methodology of political organisation (participatory and based on inclusion and proportional representation), leadership (fixed term for leadership), and new plans (based on immediate national needs and their implementation).

Five " S " is holistic in approach. It is a process of reconstruction and development in various dimensions of a nation and development of individuals.: A holistic view is aspired in understanding the stakeholders’ livelihoods as a whole, with all its facets, by a manageable model that helps to identify the most pressing constraints people have to face.

A central issue of the approach is the recognition of everyone's inherent

potential for his/her removal of constraints and realization of potentials. Intellectuals of Nepal have to lead in this nation by Identifying these strengths rather than the needs and problems is the starting point of this approach, in order to contribute to the stakeholders’ robustness and ability to achieve their own objectives. . As people are often affected from decisions at the macro policy level and vice-versa, this relation needs to be considered in order to achieve sustainable development. Intellectuals of Nepal have the capacity to emerge as ANALYSTS in these areas. BIG DATA SCIENTISTS are available to generate ANALYTICS and these resources are not tapped by policy makers of Nepal.


Policies, institutions and processes can determine access to assets and influence decision making processes. Have citizens of Nepal been able to choose right people at the decision making places? How much aware are our citizen ?


What kind of exercises on Data Analytics are done in the context of Nepal ??Resources and data analysis capacity are primary constraints to using data more often and/or more effectively for planning and decision-making in Nepal. It is difficult for officials to “get from raw to final data” in their analyses. Vast majority of government data products are tabular reports, incorporating limited analysis and few recommendations.


Nepal has no much data in digital form.. only in papers,registers, and in dhadda.

Google holds crowd source programs and for this we can initiate and improve our Nepali context and data by simply using the Google crowd source app there are diverse feild in which we can contribute but for our precise Nepali contents and translation we can Sum up in translate and handwriting recognition. How do we encourage our society to improve translation exercise?. I am talking to Lawers, UGC and political parties.