Mr. Anil Kumar Gupta

Designation: 
Training and Research Officer

anil.gupta@nasc.org.np

Qualification

  • M.Phil. in Development Studies (Distinction), Kathmandu University School of Education (2016-2018).
  • M.Ed. in Population Education (First with First Division), Department of Health, Physical and Population Education, Tribhuvan University (2011-2013).
  • M.A. in Population Studies/Demography (First with First Division), Central Department of Population Studies, Tribhuvan University (2009-2011).

Training and Professional Course

  • Fiscal Federalism and Good Governance, Management and Development Institute, Gurgaon, India (March 25-30, 2019).
  • Master of Trainer on Gender Equality and Social Inclusion and Gender Responsive Budgeting, Nepal Administrative Staff College and UN Women Nepal (January 6-10, 2019).
  • Building Capacity to Use Research Evidence.  Jointly organized by Nepal Administrative Staff College (NASC) and Harvard University (March 20-23, 2017).
  • Public Administration and Governance. Conducted by the Singapore Cooperation Enterprise Jointly Sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore and Institute of Public Administration, Qatar (October 10-13, 2016). 
  • Using Evidence for Smart Policy Design. Jointly organized by Nepal Administrative Staff College (NASC) and Harvard University (July 19-20, 2016).
  • Certificate Course on Integrity Building. Jointly organized by NASC and Integrity Action (September, 29-06 October, 2015).
  • Promoting Affirmative Action at Work Place. Organized by NASC (16-17 June, 2015).
  • Training of Trainer. Organized by NASC (April 20-19 May, 2015).
  • Research Methodology, Proposal and Thesis Writing Skills. Organized by Health, Physical and Population Education Department (March 22-27, 2015).
  • Training on Right to Information (RTI). Jointly organized by NASC and National Information Commission (March 28-30, 2015).
  • Data Management in Epi Data and Data Analysis in SPSS. Organized by Central Department of Population Studies (January 02-12, 2012).
  • Research Methodology. Organized by Central Department of Population Studies (December 23-28, 2012).

Work Experience

  • Training and Research Officer, Nepal Administrative Staff College (5 January 2015-Present)
  • Secondary Level School Teacher, Government of Nepal (March 2014 – January 2015)

Research and Publications

Special assignment

  • Research Manager, Nepal National Governance Survey 2017/18 (2017-18).
  • Research Manager, Capacity Need Assessment of Local Government 2018/19 (2018-19).
  • Data Analyst, Nepal National Governance Survey 2017/18 (2018).
  • Data Analyst, Public Services in Nepal: Citizen's Experiences, 2017 (2017)
  • Editor (Member), Cases of Public Administration in Nepal, Vol. 3, 4 and 5. Published by Nepal Administrative Staff College.
  • Supporting Editor, Journal of Management and Development and Development Studies, Vol. 28 and 29. Published by Nepal Administrative Staff College.

Paper Presentations

 

  • Policy Discourse and Research Conference on Public Policy and Governance in South Asia, 10-11 July, 2017. Paper title "Corruption in Nepal: Level, Pattern and Trend Analysis".
  • Public Policy and Governance in South Asia: Towards Justice and Prosperity, 28-29 June, 2018. Paper titled " Citizen Charter in Public Sector Organization: Does It Really Work?.
  • Annual Conference on Public Administration and The Future: Challenges and Opportunities in Realizing SDGs and Directions fo Reform and Capacity Building, 22-23 May, 2019. Paper titled "Know Your Citizen for Transforming Public Service Delivery: A Step Taken in Nepal by National Governance Survey:. (Jointly presented with Maki I. Tsumagari)
  • Public Policy and Governance in South Asia: Expanding Public Choices and Market Opportunities, 4-5 July, 2019. Paper Titles "Accountability in Nepali Bureaucracy: What Matters" and Politicians and Bureaucrats Relation's in Local Governance of Nepal. 
  • International Conference on Technical and Vocational Education and Training, 11-12 September, 2019. Paper title "Job Accountability in Nepali Bureaucracy: What Does Matter?.

Area of interest

  • Population and Development, Accountability, Transparency, Politicians and Bureaucrats interface, Representative Bureaucracy, Citizen Trust in Public and Political Institutions, Research Methods, and Contemporary Development and Educational Issues.

Awards

  • Nepal Bidhya Bhusan "Kha", Government of Nepal (2015) (for being gold medalist in Population Studies/Demography)
  • Best Employee Award, Nepal Administrative Staff College (2019)