Eak Prasad Duwadi

KU-staff
Associate Professor,
School of Management
KUSOM Balkumari Laitpur
9851208617
eak@ku.edu.np
Bio
Honors and Awards
Research
Other Position
Biography

He is an Associate Professor of English at Kathmandu University, Nepal. He is the author of the book-- God’s Greatest Gift and other non-fictitious fictions. He has got published 15 research articles and book chapters in international peer-reviewed journals and books. Also often contributes to national dailies-- The Kathmandu Post and The Himalayan Times. He went to Ohio University, USA in 2013 as a SUSI grantee, and has been the recipient of US State Department funded e-teacher scholarships with the University of Oregon, University of Maryland Baltimore County NIC State University, and did an A-Level English Literature Course with University of Cambridge.

Honors and Awards

In 2022 Nepal Bidhyabhusan Medal by Nepal Government (waiting)

In 2019 The Chancellor's Medal given by Pokhara University

January 2016-2017 RDI Project of UGC Nepal

June 5- July 18 2016 US Embassy Dhaka

April 12, 2016- April 16, 2016 Invited to speak in IATEFL 2016 Conference, UK

July 4, 2013- August 16, 2013 U.S.-Government-sponsored SUSI 2013 in OU

June - September, 2012 e-teacher training in University of Oregon

January 5 - March 21, 2012 e-teacher training in Maryland University

June - November 30, 2009 AS/A Level literature in University of Cambridge

2005 Book Review Competition / British Council Nepal

Vidhya Puraskar 1991 by Madan Puraskar Trust

Research

Professional Communication, Linguistic, Literature, Critical Thinking, Aristotle's Rhetoric, Logic, Thesis Adjudicator,  Educator, Creative Writer, Researcher and Teacher Trainer, Program Developer

Other Position

Managing Editor of NELTA Journal 

Adjunct Faculty of Health English at Dhulikhel Medical Institute Kavre, June 2006 -- August 2009

English Teacher at Kathmandu University High School, Chaukot Kavre, March 2005 to February 2009

General English BBS Program Teacher at Siddhartha Vanasthali Institute, Balaju, Kathmandu, June 2003 to March 2005