Madhav Kumar Darlami Magar – Co-ordinator

madhav darlami

Co-ordinator

Policy Research Program: ISDRI /Integrated Social Development and Research Institute; Kathmandu  Nepal

Citizen of Nepal; Born on May 7, 1982

Married; One son

Fluent in written and spoken Nepali and Hindi; English (spoken)

Permanent Residence:

Tilpung-3, Ramechhap  District Janakpurp  Zone, Nepal

Mobile Phone: +977-9851101216

Email: mgr.mdv@gmail.com

Country Visited: Germany, India, Belgium, Portugal and France.

Current Affiliation:

Secretary: Nepal Magar Association, Central Committee http://www.magarsangh.org.np

Nepal Magar Association (NMA) is non-partisan and non-profit making Magar indigenous peoples’ organization established in 1982. NMA is a common and representative organization of Magar indigenous peoples of Nepal. Magar community is the largest ethnic group of indigenous nationalities of Nepal compromising 7.14 percent out of total population that is 16, 22,421 in number as per census record of 2001.

Previous Affiliation:

President: Nepal Magar Student Association, Central Committee.

Vice President: Nepal Indigenous nationalities Student Forum, Central   Committee

Education:

M.A. (2014):        Institute: Trichandra Multiple Campus, Tribhuwan University, Nepal

Program: Sociology and Anthropology

 Dissertation Title: Nature, Culture and the Adaptation of the Yakhas: An Ecological – Anthropological Case Study.

M.B.S. (2008): Institute: Sankardev Campus, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

                                Program: Management

                                Dissertation Title: A Study on Cash Management in Nepal Telecome.

B.B. S. (2005): Institute: Saraswati Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

L.L.B. (Runnung): Nepal Law Campus, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal.

I.Com. (2003): Saraswati Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

S.LC. (1999):  Tamakoshi  Janajagriti  Highschool Ramechhap, Board/HMG, Nepal.

Summary

I have diverse knowledge with more than 12 Years of experience. Specifically Social Inclusion and justice for Minorities and disabled people as well as banking Institutions and it is divided into main four parts like Research (Formative and Summative), Program Coordinator, Monitoring, Training and Evaluation of any Project and Several Cooperatives, Financial institutions and Banks to Monitor their Performance. I am summarizing my experience as above objectives and I will be able to carry out any related job.

Experience

Senior Vice Editor,

June  2011 – Nov 2013 Lalitpur

Gurkha Sainik Aawaj Monthly Magazine.

Field Coordinator

Janajati Empowerment Project (JEP)

august 2005 – Oct 2007 (3 months) Kathmandu, Lalitpur

Janajati Empowerment Project (JEP) is a unique joint initiative between Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN) and Enabling State Programme (ESP)/ DFID. JEP has given a special emphasis over socio-economic empowerment of Highly Marginalised Janajati groups who are amongst the poorest of the poor and live in utter deprivation.

Researcher

Government of  Nepal Ministry of  FinanceYouth and Small Entrepreneur Self-employment Fund, Secretariat

March 2012 – June 2012 (4 months)Kathmandu

-Prospects of Indigenous and Marginalized Cast/ Ethnic People for Self Employment in Nepal, A Study of Suspad Chhemawati VDC of Dolakha District and Chisapani VDC of Ramcchap District.

Skills & Endorsements

Program Evaluation

Program Monitoring

Proposal Writing

Training

Teacher Training

Public Speaking

Diploma in Computer

Interests

Journalism

Management training,

Free lance photography,

Research,

investing.